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Relaxing on a Weekend - The Cover Story
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Sun, Jul. 25th, 2004 11:46 pm
Relaxing on a Weekend

I basically gave away this weekend to Settlers 2, an old strategy game for the PC. It was nice to just play video games and watch movies for hours straight. Last night I went to visit purly for anime. Around dinner time we were joined by happybluebunny and mikecap. We had a wonderful dinner and then watch "From Hell", a movie about Jack the Ripper. It was actually a rather tasteful treatment of the subject matter, and although I'm not much of a horror fan, I did enjoy it. Or perhaps it was the company. purly was gracious, happybluebunny was charming, and mikecap was witty. A wonderful way to spend the evening.

Today I lazed about my apartment, perhaps for the first time since I moved here. I did some light vacuuming, washed dishes, and picked up the area. Same old story. I did receive word that Professor Lee Becker passed away over the weekend, and that made me sad. Such is life, or death, I suppose. I also indulged myself in going on an analysis of the military situation in Iraq in response to this post. However, now I think its time to retire for the night.

Current Mood: relaxed relaxed
Current Music: Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood - Did You Ever?

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sirroxton
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Adam Augusta
Wed, Jul. 28th, 2004 05:38 am (UTC)

Last night I went to visit jen_savage for anime. Around dinner time we were joined by happybluebunny and mikecap. We had a wonderful dinner and then watch "From Hell", a movie about Jack the Ripper.

o/~ What a swell party this is... o/~ *hic*

What's this Nancy Sinatra stuff? Did his daughter go off and start publishing his obscure musical tracks?


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bronzite
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Robert Bronzite
Wed, Jul. 28th, 2004 10:28 am (UTC)

Nancy Sinatra was Frank Sinatra's wife (hence the song Nancy). The particular track I was referring to was not a remake of Bing and Frank's song, but another song altogether.


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