|big brother is watching
||[Nov. 25th, 2005|01:46 am]
finally saw 1984 tonight... with the cimpher. now i'm sad. i don't know if i should read the book.|
yeah, no, you shouldn't. hey, r u awake? i'm going home today at noon and it's freezing but i learned to ride backwards and i wanna show u. plus, i still have gretel's anal massage for lovers (volume ii) dvd that i want to give back so that'll give me an excuse to go over and play.
i'm home right now.... i'm down for backwards riding and inward singing. you're away and coming home? there' s critical mass tonight too. text me, cause i'll be away from the puter.
Ohh.. :( The book is really good. I never saw the movie. But sometimes sad things are good to experience every once in a while. I watched RENT Wednesday night and cried my eyes out. Good times.
where is rent playing? i'd like to see.
Oh.. well I saw it down in NJ with my brother.. but I imagine the movie has to be playing somewhere around Boston (I checked, it is). I did mean the movie, btw. Although the musical was excellent of course.. when I saw it like.. 6 years ago.
I haven't seen the movie yet (it's in my queue) but I read the book on my vacation this summer. I laughed my ass off for the first half (the way everyone conspires to believe in lies struck me as hilarious and familiar). The second half, long descriptions of torture (mostly mental) is less funny.
hi urbs. i'll def be on the ride tonight. if you can't make it, i'll come out to wherever you are. if that doesn't work, there's always tomorrow.
i read that back in high school. the movie was good? i didn't even know there was a movie.
sorry, i'm in new york till sunday.
the movie was a bit slow, but it invoked thoughtfulness about the situation. the cinematography was beautiful and surreal. you might enjoy it.
it was just so sad.