|What They Say . . . What I Think . . .
||[Feb. 10th, 2005|01:16 pm]
They say that anything worth doing feels difficult and is obviously the hardest thing to do.
What if you probably could do something really well, and it's easy to do, but you hate it, and you don't want to do it?
I have one eye on the clock. I hate subjugation by time.
In other news, I rented Shawn of the Dead and Ju-On last night. I watched both of them. Talk about wild mood swings! Damn, they were both very excellent! I liked Shawn of the Dead more than Ju-On because the comedy in the former was refreshing. Plus, Ed owned. There's nothing like the jolly ol' token large guy to take the edge off everything.
Why is it that the token large guy and the token black guy always take the edge off . . . but the token large girl and the token black girl (The spy in "24") are always villified? What is it about difference of perception by possession of a vagina?
Exception: Everyone ate up and loved Roseanne Barr on "Roseanne." However, she had a snarky attitude, so she was a gray-area character.