|Easy... you don't lead 'em so much.
||[Jul. 22nd, 2002|11:59 am]
|[||Your mom ain't listening to
|||||Moby - Extreme Ways||]|
the weekend in review:
Dan and Brandon came by for the evening for a night of video games and flicks. Spent an ungodly amount of time playing Super Smash Brothers Melee (ok, so only a couple hours, but it seemed to consume most of our evening), followed by Being John Malkovich and Full Metal Jacket. Good times, good times.
Went to lunch with Jen. Came home. Fairly uneventful. Spent the day putzing around the apartment, time spent between cleaning, playing SSBM, and messing around online. Went to Perkins with Kat to sit and yap over drinks. She came back to the apartment afterwards and we watched High Fidelity.
Got up shortly before noon, in time to return some tapes (actually, some dvds, but I had to make the American Psycho reference). Found out a short time later that one of the DVDs wasn't in the case. Scoured the apartment, finally found it in the bag from when I rented them. No clue how it got there, but I took it back. I'm sure I owe some sort of late fee now, but that's better than paying for the disc. Finally got around to watching the new version of Ocean's 11. Although I heard a lot of negative things about it from people, I didn't think it was too bad, for a fluff movie. It had it's clever moments and all I really expected was a movie about some guys robbing a joint. It felt like it wanted to be Snatch or Lock Stock but it ended up falling short, but it didn't make it any less entertaining. After that, I put in some quality time with Lost Kingdoms for the Gamecube, followed by some racing action with Wipeout Fusion on the PS2. Boring, sure, but it kept me entertained.
Work work work, followed by going home and being bored. Same shtuff, different day.