2004-07-05 05:38:39 ET|
So I might be able to get my hands on a record player for $15, but I need a phonostage. And I don't know where to find one of those. And if I do find one, I don't wanna pay too much for it. Nicole and I have many records between us, and a record player is high on our list of things we must have for when I move in.
And a new sofa bed. Which we put a downpayment on.
And some bookshelves.
'n other miscellaneous stuff.
This is getting exciting. I think the thing I'm most excited about is knowing that I'll be falling asleep beside Her and waking up in the same place every morning.
I need a vacation from both my jobs so that I can let the whole thing sink in fully.
By the way, go see Farenheit 9/11. Having read Dude, Where's My Country?, much of the stuff I already new. But seeing it on screen added more dimension to what I already knew.
The footage from Iraq was deeply disturbing, but very necessary.
I've heard a lot of lefty's damning Micheal Moore for his outspoken way, saying that what he does isn't documentary, and that he edits things for his own message, and therefore how can you accept what he has to say.
I say everythin you read, see or hear is biased in some way. No matter where your news comes from, it has some else's views peppered in somewhere. It's just whether you agree or not. And in 9/11 you see and hear some pretty awful unedited material. Card-carrying Republicans are even talking of voting the other way.
Something's up in that country.
Not like that needs to be pointed out.