Twitter Driveby

  • 09:10 I LIVE. It’s been strange to be away so long, internet, even though incessant iPhone email checking meant I was never actually away. #
  • 09:11 @mkcho73 All the lightning bugs I saw as a kid were green. What other color should they come in? #

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Saw part I of Doctor Horrible with Tanja and Rebecca this morning. BRILLIANCE. Go see it, now!

And tonight, we have (cheap student) tickets to Spring Awakening! Clearly, today is a day for fabulousness and musicals.

This past week, Tanja, Rebecca, and I have also been hanging out with Johanne (bartholdy on LJ) and her friend Katrine. Yesterday, we went separate ways. Here’s what happened to them last night:

“Okay, people. We went to see Wanted tonight after dinner. We just took a random cinema. Bought ticket. Came back half an hour later. Suddenly police and people everywhere. We were confused. We went in, which was pretty difficult, but we were eventually allowed because we already had tickets. We are in a room. There is nothing in there, except two guys in suits and some people selling popcorn. Down the stairs, 2 meters away, comes Gary Oldman, Christian Bale, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Christopher Nolan. We totally unwittingly walked right into the opening of Dark Knight. I am still shaking. I was THIS close to everyone involved with presumably my future favourite movie. And I kept whispering Christian Bale… Christian Bale… Christian Bale, without even noticing. Thank you, New York.”


Twitter Driveby

  • 09:51 @fredhicks You roll a 19! The layout is defeated. #
  • 09:53 Freaking F train platform. I’ve been in cooler saunas. #
  • 13:06 @xiehicks Have you angered the forest spirits recently? #
  • 15:38 @mkcho73 If french fries and mac n’ cheese are vegetables, so is deep-fried okra. Trust me, I’m from Texas. #
  • 16:51 @jimmyaquino What’s this, Jimmy? Spaced crew at K. Smith’s store? When? #

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Check out this new John McCain ad. In this message approved by the Senator, the narrator claims, “Beautiful words cannot make our lives better.”

I beg to differ.

“I love you.”

Ironic that “Love” is the name of the spot.