If you appreciate a good redemption story:
Gran Torino and The Wrestler are both well worth the time.
While it doesn't help you any:
I got our taxes done today.
I still need to watch:
True Stories - David Byrne's movie about west Texas, even though I've owned the DVD for about 5 years.
I'd like to find:
A copy of Sounds from True Stories, the sort-of soundtrack to the above movie, on vinyl, in a record store (i.e. not on ebay).
If you don't get cable:
You're not missing anything, because the best three shows on TV are Friday Night Lights, 24, and Brothers and Sisters.
What do you call it:
If you get the feeling you've had deja vu before?
I've begun to wonder:
How Saturday Night Live has so many funny people and typically can't muster more than two or three really funny sketches per season. I had almost given up on the show before "Lazy Sunday."
The last day:
Of a Circuit City going out of business sale is a sad sad thing. Mobile phone accessories and photo printers are all that's left.
Ever going to be good for anything other than checking out the pics Lance Armstrong posted from the Ben Harper concert?
"Atlanta Blue," by the Statler Brothers:
I'd been saying how great it would be all night:
And it was really worth it when Ray LaMontagne played "Trouble" for his second song on SNL tonight. Almost makes up entirely for the past 2 albums that I haven't been able to get into.