I don't have a whole lot of time before I have to leave for work, so I'll make this fairly short. There's not realy all that much going on right now. My brother's got a friend over, and I'm downstairs, typing away at the computer.

I've been using Macromedia Dreamweaver to update this site. I like it alot. It's pretty easy to use, at least as far as I've seen. I could be very wrong; I mean, it's not like I'm using all sorts of complicated HTML on this site.

Last night, I watched Rushmore. Loved it. The soundtrack was great. They had everything from British pop-rock to Django Reinhardt's Manoir de Mes Reves.

At Elia's house the other night, we watched a couple other movies. First, we saw Brain Donors, then we watched A Day at the Races. I am, bit by bit, turning into a rabid Marx Brothers fan. It all started when Elia and I watched Everyone Says I Love You, and saw the scene toward the end, when they sing "Hooray for Captain Spaulding" in French. It turns out that Elia's a big Marx Brothers fan; he agreed to lend me some of their movies. The only he has at the moment is A Dat at the Races, 'cause his sister took the rest. But that's ok. I can always rent them.

Quote of the day: "Either he's dead, or my watch has stopped."

-Dr. Hackenbush (Grouch Marx, in A Day at the Races, 1937)


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