May 30 2005

movie quote monday

Doug Butabi: You can take our phones and you can take our keys, but you cannot take away our dreams.
Steve Butabi: Yeah, because we’re, like, sleeping when we have them.
– Will Ferrell (as Steve) and Chris Kattan (as Doug) in A night at the Roxbury.


May 25 2005

sleep is for the weak . . .

It’s 1:08 am and here I am, still awake, haven’t even drank any caffeinated products in the last six hours, finished my homework, ok well not really, only the stuff that I felt like completing. With only 9 days until graduation, I have absolutely no desire to complete any homework. But here I am, in the wee hours of the morning, with the choice of either going to bed or just blogging my pathetic inability to sleep. The thought of sleeping fills my mind only to be drowned out upon by the thoughts of all the things that I must complete within the next weeks limits. So this is were it leads to, me sitting Indian style with a laptop connected to my wireless internet connection, resting in my lap over cuddled on top of my oversized perfectly worn in dance sweatshirt, looking like Anakin Skywalker with its large hood draped over mine eyes. Only blogging to take away from the mindless insanity of actually sleeping, wow am I really that brainwashed? To think that nocturnality is a healthy lifestyle, to believe that this is not doing major damage to my immune system as I type, with each character my lungs becoming more and more susceptible to illness. And yet, I still sit, I still type each word making my eyes prayerfully get more and more dreary, but alas it workest thou not. Thoughts drowning my mind, ever so slowly, yet quickly at the same time. My two cents of words of wisdom:

“The weirdest feeling is not knowing what to feel”

“Befriending your enemies may seem like a good path, but in reality it just puts your back closer to there knife”

“You never know love until you’ve lost it, you never know your best friend until they die for you, you never know that they both are the same person, until they walk away”

Oh yeah, that reminds me things that I need to post:

Movie Review of: Wimbeldon
Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith

Well, I’m going to go grab some warm milk and attempt to get an hour or two of sleep before school, hopefully that wasn’t to boring, if you fell asleep don’t feel bad, it was intended for that, the effects were just supposed to work on me as well.


May 23 2005

movie quote monday

LYNN: So, what is the last thing that you remember?
ALF: . . . I saw a bright light, and I thought that someone was taking a picture of me, so I smiled . . .
WILLIE: Alf, now did you hear what the nice police man said about not misusing appliances?
ALF: What did you say? Sorry, I was hiding in the drier.

– Max Wright as Willie, Andrea Elson as Lynn, and Paul Fusco as Alf in ALF


May 20 2005

I caved. . .

Ok, for so long I have sworn that I never ever will get a my space. . . well. . . I lied, I caved in. . . I got one. You can access it here allegri. I don’t know how much I will be updating it but its nice cause you can network on it, and stream live music, unlike those with the free (sorry poor high schooler here) version of blogger. It’s were all my links will be to those that aren’t attributed on this site.


May 19 2005

movie quote . . . thursday

John Bridger: How are you?
Charlie Croker: [shrugging] I’m fine.
John Bridger: Fine? You know what “fine” stands for, don’t you?
Charlie Croker: Unfortnately, yeah.
John Bridger: Freaked out…
Charlie Croker: Insecure…
John Bridger: Neurotic…
Charlie Croker: And Emotional.
John Bridger: You see those pillars over there?
Charlie Croker: [looks behind him and sees the pillars] What about them?
John Bridger: That’s where they used to string up thieves who felt fine.

– Mark Wahlberg (as Charlie Croker) and Donald Sutherland (as John Bridger) in The Italian Job