Archive for August, 2005

That’s Right, I Got One.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

People tease me for having a computer again. True, finally I had to get it. I just couldn’t get away with not having a computer. Not having a TV seems easy enough, but a computer is a different story. I got an iMac. It’s beautiful. It’s smaller than a TV, it has the same size as a regular flat screen monitor. With wireless mouse and keyboard, it doesn’t create a tiny bit of clutter on my desk: there is only 1 power cord hidden in the back. It’s neat and sweet. Of course, that’s not the only reason why I got it, or a computer, indeed. I needed one, and why do I need one? I have no idea. Oh right, I don’t know… don’t ask. Oh I am confused now.

Everyone’s Waiting… for…?

Monday, August 22nd, 2005

Six Feet Under was finally over. Last night was the final episode of the awesome beloved show. Today begins with the obsession of the show. Spoiler Alert. Now the episode is titled Everyone’s Waiting, so “waiting” for what? Waiting for everyone to die! Everyone died in the show eventually; as in life, everyone does die. It’s a matter of time, in 1 year? 10 years? Or like Claire, 102 years! That’s really a little too much. I mean, seriously, people love Claire so much that they will all relieve that she lives until 2085. Read the obituary of the rest of the family on the HBO site.

The ending sequence was really fun to watch, to be honest. (Expect the part when Keith dies, it’s just plain stupid. I guess that’s life too as well? Or bad writing?) There are a lot of little nuggets that you have to be really paying attention to realize. Now Durell Charles-Fisher has an Asian boy-friend! That’s really interesting. Ever wonder how Maya Fisher looks like when she gets older? You can find that out in the end sequence too. Yes, I have been reading the show’s website again this morning, plus the obsession of the song playing during the end sequence &151; Sia’s Breath Me.

Well people, it’s time to move on.

Leave Me Alone!

Friday, August 19th, 2005

Super busy this week. I am not writing anything. So leave me alone!

Dead Can Dance Tour

Tuesday, August 9th, 2005

Sometimes I should feel so lucky that I work near the Madison Square Garden. Its marquee display told me today that Dance Can Dance is going to play in the Radio City Music Hall. My jaws literally dropped and I was staring at the display, shocked. I couldn’t believe that they are coming to New York! Once I got back to the office, I got my ticket right away. I have never seen them live before, and I bet this is going to be phenomenal.