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Looks like Harry Potter is getting his cut of the theme park pie.
Again, sorry for the lack of anything substantial these past few days, kids. But two things you would benefit from knowing are:
1. Yesterday was graduation! Done! Yay! Woot! (Photos coming soon)
2. Tomorrow Iain and I leave on a whirlwind adventure to the Midwest. Definitely stay tuned for updates on that as we’re hoping there are some big ones.
Hope you’re all doing well. I’m especially hoping you’ll want to come with me to Orlando. Please?
The Office hasn’t even been over for two weeks and already I’m missing the hell out of Thursday night Scrantics.
That being said, I really cannot wait to see Evan Almighty, starring everyone’s favorite Regional Manager alongside everyone’s favorite Blood Analyzer and Receptor Compound/Carbon Based Catalyst Isolator. (Don’t worry, you’re not supposed to know what that means. I just wanted you to know how smart Morgan Freeman is.)
In honor of the flick, DotComedy.com is showing daily clips of Mr. Steve in some of his funniest roles and best interviews. We’re already two weeks and one day behind, but if you’ve got time and need a fix, you should check it out.
I am so done with trilogies.
No more teachers, no more books…
So, my Mesoamerican final essay on bloodletting and human sacrifice might have made me want to sacrifice a human of my own, but it’s over! I am done with finals! D-o-n-e!!!
As for tonight, we celebrate with swashbuckling pirate antics! And sweet, sweet dreams of myself and Future Lover Johnny Depp and I being stranded on an island together until the end of time. Meeeeeeeow.
Err… I mean…
Sorry for the slow flow of the Babble recently, guys. Things have been insane over here and I am pretty much running full steam ahead until next Friday mid-morning when brother Iain and I are boarding a plane to Ohio to find some sort of appropriate living situation for yours truly to occupy in a little over a month. That being said, after June 1st I am probably not going to be terribly stationary at home for more than 4 or 5 days at a time. Ohio, Guatemala and then moving, it’s going to be absolutely wild but I’m definitely looking forward to the change of pace and scenery. Lots of photos. Promise.
In advance, I thank you for your patience.
I’ll try and have some interesting or fun or cool things headed your way after tomorrow’s Mesoamerican Archaeology final is finished. We’re workin’ on it. Promise. Maybe a review of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End? In a very Graham family fashion we are all headed out tomorrow night to the Commons to see the first screening. If this shocks you, you obviously haven’t met or heard the legends about my Mother and sister Emily’s obsessive nature when it comes to this movie.
So please don’t think I’ve abandoned you or forgotten about our special bond. I will be back and who knows, after all this is said and done, I think it would be safe to say that we’re going to have reached a new level in our relationship.
Here’s a real doozy valid of your immediate attention.
“Pure political theater.” You know, like Masterpiece Theater for CSPAN.
Happy Monday Morning, kids. Since it is “What the Hell” O’clock Sea Babble Standard time, we need some real laughs so we can stop trying to find the fact that we’re up so damn early… funny. Because it’s pretty unfunny.
So watch this video of FH Jon Stewart. Because it’s hilarious. And has a one second mention/photo of FH John Krasinski. And it’s hilarious.
Which brings us to this week, officially.
Well, officially I am done with classes when I decide to finish my Mesoamerican Archaeology final. Which has to be done by Thursday, officially. And then I am officially d-o-n-e. Officially, this rocks. Then it’s weekend and graduation next Wednesday the 30th. Faaaantastic.
I’ve got some posts I’ve been dancing around for the past few weeks that I will hopefully buckle down to sometime this week, so keep your eyes peeled.
Happy Monday, Unpaid Interns.
I need you to check this out.
I’m game if you are.
Okay. Seriously, someone needs to give me a reason to not go to this.
Okay, I am finally caught up on my television. Finally. And for those who don’t know, The Office rocked my socks so good, that there was little hope for Grey’s Anatomy to pull out the big guns and be the season finale that really took my breath away (That award has already been presented to Beespert.).
That, and the fact that three of my most well-trusted judges of all things Grey’s gave less than stellar reviews, my expectations of this episode, as well as my motivation to get around to it was pretty low. But let’s have a look at “Didn’t We Almost Have it All” and at the end here you can also get my final verdict on the future of my relationship with Seattle Grace Hospital.
(I know my Grey’s audience is significantly smaller than my Office one, so those who want to know can carry on past the jump.)