from 13 February 2017 (applicable to 2020): Continue reading the day of the valentine
27 November 2018
IT WAS ALL HIS IDEA!
[note: most of this will only make sense if you were or are a member of the Church of the SubGenius]
[second note: this is a long post, so pop a squat and settle in] Continue reading the final death of dr. k’taden legume
This is the true story of one person with a relatively low profile on Twitter and what happened when one of their tweets went viral. That one person is me. Continue reading Going Viral
Hello, my friends! I think you’re my friends. Anyhow, this here blog finally turned three years old recently, which means I can probably start taking off the potty training wheels any time now. I’m going to use this momentous occasion to un-recommend some movies for you! Continue reading happy anniversary, my blog! (contains non-recommendations)
What a year! There’s been good and bad, like so many other years before, as we plow along in this life. It’s been a big year of first time views for me, from new additions in a growing collection of Criterion and Alamo Drafthouse editions to a celebration of John Ford’s career. I’ve winnowed down 116 FTVs to a list of 25 of the best new-to-me films watched in 2014, and here they are, in alphabetical order! Continue reading 2014 in First Time Views: The Top 25
Recently, a group of my friends and I visited a nearby revival house to watch a screening of The Princess Bride (1987). I seriously misunderestimated the enduring popularity of this film, because when we arrived at the theater, there was a line to the box office that ended somewhere around the back of the building. It was impressive. I do not know why I assumed it would be like any other time I’ve visited there — The Princess Bride is a HUGE cult classic, quoted to this day and so ubiquitous in our pop culture that it’s popularity never fully registered with me. It’s always been one of those movies that just was. Continue reading the perils of the revival
Welcome to the Year of Godzilla, in this, the Second Year of Luigi. It is the 60th anniversary of Godzilla’s first screen appearance, a 1954 eponymous debut which was later recut for US audiences and given the eye-catching title Godzilla: King of the Monsters!, exclamation point and all. And now, there’s a new entry in a long-running collection of films about and featuring the giant atomic lizard, another Hollywood-produced bit of early summer blockbustery. Sixty years is a long run, nearly as long as Christopher Lee’s career at this point, with as many ups and downs. Continue reading Godzillas and Monsters
Hello! It’s been…*checks watch*…several weeks since I’ve updated here. My goodness, how the time flies. I don’t know what happened exactly, to make me not update this damned thing more often since the first of the year, so…here we are. Continue reading Happy 2014 (belated)
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,600 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 43 trips to carry that many people.
anna: “should i consider going back to school?”
dave blogger: “while kindergarten sounds like fun it might get boring after a few months”
anna: “perhaps, but at least i got my shoe-tying game on LOCK.”
dave: “tru dat. You show those 5 year olds who’s boss!”
anna: “i’m gonna school them at…well, school, i suppose.”
NOTE: I am recently unemployed, so you might see more posts here. Yay?