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I'm tired. I spent three and a half hours mowing my new yards for the first time. Ugh. Work is beating up on me, and I really need to get a weekend away or something. I might just have to live vicariously through gaby723's cruise.

Don't feel like a posting as such, so here's some blathering.

1. When was the last time you laughed? I think last night, watching BBC's Coupling

2. Who was the last person you had an argument with? Sadly, Jen this morning over a scheduling issue. When she gets back home, I will apologize. My work is stressing me out...

3. Who was the last person you emailed? No clue -- someone at work yesterday likely.

4. When was the last time you bathed? Today after finishing mowing the yards.

5. What was the last thing you ate? Bean, Rice, and Cheese Burrito from El Pollo Loco.

My LiveJournal Sitcom
Visiting rialtus (PAX, 9:00): rialtus (Adam West) and guess_that_show (Bea Arthur) collaborate on writing a romance novel. That night, othertim (Jessica Biel) marries carl_and_jen (Brandon Lee)'s co-worker. In the next town over, yummyham (Cate Blanchett) accidentally throws away hmtriplecrown (Denise Richards)'s iPod. Meanwhile, researchguy (Michael Jordan) can't find riversidedimple (Pamela Anderson Lee)'s wedding photo and pretends it was never missing. At the same time, cert (George Lazenby) buys drbear (Denise Richards)'s old wristwatch. Everyone learns a valuable lesson.
What's Your LiveJournal Sitcom? (by rfreebern)

That was scary...

Stolen from othertim, who stole it from The Digital Bits

Warner Home Video has just announced the 11/18 DVD release of The West Wing: The Complete First Season (SRP $59.98). The 4-disc set will include all 22 first season episode of the series in their original full frame (1.33:1) aspect ratio, with audio in Dolby Digital 2.0 surround. Special features will include audio commentaries from series creator Aaron Sorkin and director Tommy Schlamme on five key episodes, including the Pilot, What Kind of Day Has It Been, Take This Sabbath Day, In Excelsis Deo (which features additional commentary from co-executive producer and director Alex Graves) and Celestial Navigation (with additional commentary by co-executive producer and director Chris Misiano), cast and crew interviews, 2 behind-the-scenes documentaries (The Primaries and The West Wing Inauguration), behind-the-scenes footage from the first season (including Capital Beat and Sheet Music), deleted scenes, the Gag Order outtakes and bloopers reel, the Off the Record featurette (outtakes from various cast and producer interviews) and more. We'll post cover art as soon as its available. Good news for fans of TV on DVD!

Amazon has it for $38.99 right now. Pre-ordered. Duh.

Short takes:
Congrats to jiggery_pokery for getting two months LJ free
Saw the end to beg, borrow, and deal 2 and Amazing Race 4. Curious enough to see #3 and #5, respectively.
VH1 will be airing I Love the 80's Strikes Back in October.
Bought some dnL soda. It tastes like ... nothing.

Gotta go. Work to be done...


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Aug. 27th, 2003 12:30 pm (UTC)
How kind! Thank you! :-)
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