2004-04-01 18:55:35 ET

Yea, great day... Nothing ever happens especially anything good.

2004-04-01 19:01:49 ET

Ain't that usually the truth. -__- That's life for ya.

2004-04-01 19:12:16 ET

Yea, but nothing is ever that consistant in life. It's breaking all the rules of odds and it aint cool

2004-04-01 19:15:09 ET

Nope, and if it is too constant then that's just scary. Usually it just sux.

2004-04-01 19:26:32 ET

scary is a way of life then

2004-04-01 19:28:03 ET

for some people yes. i suppose i'm one of those people. i like things to be constant. i don't like change, unless i'm the one who instigates it.

2004-04-01 19:39:48 ET

i love change but it hasn't been happening so im frustrated like hell. i think i need to start something, like moving...

2004-04-03 17:23:23 ET

Go ahead. Where would ya move?

2004-04-04 07:27:03 ET

California or Alaska definitely

2004-04-04 17:27:36 ET

Ooh Alaska seems so interesting. I mean not as in "woo this is the most happening town ever." But I think the nature and the northern lights, and the weird days they have should be awesome. I'd love to go in the winter when they get no light at all.

2004-04-04 18:42:06 ET

Thats pretty much the entire reason. Just because it would be a beautiful place to live. Wheres your ideal place to move?

2004-04-04 18:52:05 ET

New York City or London. I love New York, and London is also awesome. I like the weather there, cuz it's always rainy and whatnot.

2004-04-04 19:14:47 ET

mmmm London would be the choice for me. The weather would be wonderful

2004-04-04 19:59:52 ET

Yeah, first I'll go to New York, then London. I would love to do the foreign exchange program in London. That would be awesome!

2004-04-04 20:16:08 ET

I was wrong I'd like to move to New Zealand

2004-04-04 20:23:35 ET

Oooh that seems like another really nice place. I'd also like to go to Japan cuz of their awesome technology.

2004-04-05 08:08:43 ET

Oh yea! Japan would be awesome but since I don't even begin to know the language that rules that one out for me. I just wanna go some place with pretty landscapes

2004-04-06 16:41:30 ET

Yeah, landscapes are a big factor, but so is weather for me. And you don't have to know Japanese...just look at Lost in Translation. It really does help, but you can pull the American act thing. I would wanna learn basic stuff though.

2004-04-06 16:47:11 ET

Oh yea so would I. I have never seen that movie much less heard of it. Whats it about?

2004-04-06 16:49:54 ET

It's about these two Americans who are in Japan. One is a young woman (Scarlett Johansson) and she's traveling with her husband, then there's (Bill Murray) who's a washed up actor doing some commercial, and he's alone. Both of them feel alone in Tokyo, especially since they seem not to know much Japanese, if any at all. REally they're looking for companionship, but most movies turn that into a cop out to make them have an affair. Instead, they just create a great friendship. It's a pretty good movie. You should really see it. So I won't tell you anymore, but I hope you get the idea.

2004-04-06 17:12:18 ET

:P actually makin me watch a movie? psh lol it does sound pretty good I'll put that one on the list of stuff to see

2004-04-06 18:32:56 ET

Yeah, you better!! Seriously though. It was nominated for Academy Awards, and it actually deserved those nominations!

2004-04-06 19:45:06 ET

Wow how often does that happen? Have you heard of a movie called I think Midnight Express?

2004-04-06 20:44:17 ET

Yeah, but i've never seen it. Is it good?

2004-04-06 20:45:56 ET

I actually haven't seen it. My buddy from work was telling me about it. It sounded like an amazing movie! He liked it a lot and we share the same interest in movies so I'm definitely gonna see it

2004-04-06 20:46:22 ET

Yeah, I think I might just see that one now.

2004-04-06 20:52:12 ET

Speaking of movies whats your favorite?

2004-04-06 20:57:21 ET

oh geeze! I have soooo many. I'm not even sure what to say. If you look at my survey some are listed there. I also love old movies from the 40's, 50's, 60's...around there. I looked at your survey and I really have wanted to see Donnie Darko for a while. I heard the Butterfly Effect was like it, and I liked that too. What do you think?

2004-04-06 21:02:21 ET

I haven't seen Butterfly Affect but, actually from what I've heard of it, it does sound kind of like Donnie Darko. It was an amazing movie! Sends you for a spin. The movie builds up just to leave you with a totally different storyline than you first imagined... Oh Mulholand Drive, seen that one?

2004-04-06 21:05:39 ET

No, but I've heard good things about it. I take it I should see that too, right? Motherfucker!!! Now there are sooo many movies I have to see. Gaaah! Have you ever seen Casablanca?

2004-04-06 21:08:32 ET

Yes I have. Excellent movie! Oh Mulholand Drive is such a mind trip. Lol theres a secret to the movie. I had to watch it 4 times before I figured it out. Let me think of some other good ones

2004-04-06 21:14:51 ET

Really? i better rent it and watch closely. Ooh yeah...someone who agrees that Casablanca is excellent. Yes, must think of other good ones.

2004-04-06 21:21:36 ET

I can't remember any other movies by David Lynch off hand right now but anything by him is usually good

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