PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

On this day in 1972, George C. Wallace was shot by Arthur Bremer and left paralyzed while campaigning in Laurel, MD, for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Got some great news recently, but it's sekrit, so I have to hold on to it. As you can tell from this mention, this isn't one of my strong suits.

Work hasn't been as bad as I expected. I thinK I'm more run-down than most people here.

Only the Baroness came by last night, so she got some quality bebe-holding time in. It was very cute, I have to confess. We opted out of the planned gaming, and after dinner watched A&E's Biography on Buffy, which was very, very lame. It was like a fifth grader's book report on the show, with little to no insight, and not nearly any backstage dirt. Very boring, I highly don't recommend anyone borrow it from me (since I taped it.) (But, I did get the Prom episode on tape right before it, so, yay.)

Afterwards, we watched Mister Frost. Not one of Jeff Goldblum's finer works, but an adequate watch. However, as I haven't seen it in like ten years, I forgotten how 80's it is, and how well, poorly-lit everything is. Oh, and Alan Bates!

Tonight, some gaming (War Machine and Heroclix @ Dream Wizards) followed by a diner visit. Really, the morale of the story is, I need more time to spend with my friends. But this isn't a new complaint.

More news to follow, but let's start with the CBS fall lineup and ABC revives TGIF. Also, a quick story on trying to find the next big sitcom.

CD playing: St. Etienne, "Stormtroopers in Drag"
Fortune Cookie: "You will be called upon to help a friend in trouble."

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