Ellen just got back from visiting her father for a week, and she had a good time. We'd been invited by Nate to attend a showing of King Arthur, but Ellen was understandably exhausted. I want to see King Arthur, but I don't care enough to put up with having to watch it in a theater. Besides, I'm not sure what to expect from it. The cast is obviously very solid (after seeing The Hire, I'm pretty much a Clive Owen fan), Antoine Fuqua is a great director, but producer Jerry Bruckheimer makes crap (with one notable exception), and I'm not a fan of Hanz Zimmer's soundtracks.
Instead of seeing King Arthur, we had dinner at Jade Garden, and Ellen indulged my inner fanboy by sitting though Gigantic: A Tale of Two Johns with me (which she liked, by the way).
Anyway, here are a few links I've been meaning to post recently. Knock yourself out.
Vote Ribsin Bacon / Meat-A-Burst in 2004! There are new campaign videos at the official campaign site featuring me in my endless tour across the
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Hey, nocturne152! Remember that link I said I'd post the other night? Well here it is: Cubonics: Slang from Cubicle Land. Courtesy of Al Lowe, who created Freddy Pharkas: Frontier Pharmacist, Leisure Suit Larry, and the much underrated Torin's Passage. If anybody's still reading, he was also Disney's entire software division in the early to mid '80s.