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Scott Francis Baker


November 26th, 2001

The look on my face is sheer retardation @ 09:59 pm

I'm bored... watching 45 minutes or so of the pop-video VH1 award show. Pop-up video can make everything more entertaining... I wish I had popup video in real life. So when I'm standing in line at Freddie's trying to buy shampoo a little arrow pops up and points to the bald guy ahead of me, "hasn't needed shampoo in 10 years." That'd be cool.

I finished Fellowship of the Rings tonight while the jiggas infested my basement. I'm reading... 10 pages to go, 5 pages to go. Thinking, "there is no way they can finish this in 5 pages," and bam. Book over... What the hell! I don't know how true to the book the movie is going to be, but if they end the movie like they did the book they'll have people demanding their money back. Don't get me wrong, the book was incredible. It just had a slightly odd ending.

So I'm bored, there isn't anything on TV or any project to work on. So I think I'm gonna go to bed a bit early and read the first Harry Potter book. scooty loaned it to me today at work. Right around three hundred (small) pages, written for 6th graders... I'll have it done in ... 5 days.
 
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From:themabbi
Date:November 27th, 2001 03:10 pm (UTC)
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Uhh...do you mean you finished Fellowship of the Ring? If so, yeah, there's no solid ending. The Two Towers picks up exactly where Fellowship leaves off. LotR isn't three books, it's one.

Think of it like the end of Empire strikes back. Very little closure...however, at least you only have to wait one year instead of three for the next flick ;)

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From:muerte
Date:November 27th, 2001 04:13 pm (UTC)
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I finished Fellowship of the Rings tonight while the jiggas infested my basement

So yes that's what I meant... and it was lame the way it ended.
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From:themabbi
Date:November 27th, 2001 08:07 pm (UTC)
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True, if taken by itself. However, try this. Go rent a flick that you've never seen and pop it in. Watch 1/3 of it, then stop it.

Is that a good ending? Hell no, but it's intended that you see the other 2/3 ;)

Scott Francis Baker