Joshua Gizelt (swashbuckler332) wrote,
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"Angel dust, switchblades, sexually perverse photography involving tennis rackets..."

Went to the doctor, who confirmed that this was basically the next step in the whole flushing out the food poisoning process. I've been instructed to take Imodium as needed and to eat dry, salty foods and broths for the moment. I had a fine supper consisting of pretzels and saltines.

While I'm not really mad at the world right now, I'm still not all that happy with it (read whosamama's most recent post for what was going on in the waiting room while I was in the doctor's office), so this week's quote will reflect that...


Movie Quote of the Week



Father Ripper

Eskimo! Heather Duke underlined a lot of things in this copy of Moby Dick, but I believe the word "Eskimo" underlined all by itself, is the key to understanding Heather's pain. On the surface, Heather Duke was the vivacious young lady we all knew her to be, but her soul was in Antartica! Freezing with the knowledge of the way fellow teenagers can be cruel, the way that parents can be unresponsive. And as she writes so elequently in her suicide note, the way that life can suck! We'll all miss Sherwood's little eskimo. Lets just hope she's rubbing noses with Jesus!

Ghost of Heather Chandler

Is this turning out weak, or what? It was at least 70 more people at my funeral.

Veronica Sawyer

Heather?

Ghost of Heather Chandler

God, Veronica. My afterlife is SO boring. If I have to sing Kumbaya one more time...



As you may have noticed, I've been quite taken with FSM's release of Crossed Swords, the Salkind adaptation of Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper. I tend to run hot and cold on Maurice Jarre, but when he's right for a project (Lawrence of Arabia, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Enemy Mine, etc.), he's great. And he was perfect for Crossed Swords. I haven't seen the film, but the CD is outstanding. Not a dull moment. It's still new, but this release may rank as my favorite Jarre score.
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