My TV needs a "print screen" button! So Shallow Hal was an OK movie. The plot points were all predictable but ignoring that it possessed a wonderful message and several well acted parts. Jason Alexander (the guy that played George Castanza on Seinfeld) lived up to his reputation as a despicable, hated, pathetic character... I just hate that guy (in his roles...). And (back to that print screen moment) the movie includes an absolutely perfect moment of Gweneth Paltrow bending over, straight leg, facing away from the camera, wearing a perfect little purple thong. Self control be-damned... I even blurted out a "wow" as I sat with my wife watching... snicker (good thing she's an understanding soul). Note: under other circumstances, I find her to be rather lanky and not particularly attractive... but, it's hard to argue with a perfect ass shot.
~ gray ftls (and more groovy sox)
~ dk green dress pants... no, really dark... sheesh...
~ black company golf shirt
~ The Mole is on tonight!
~ off to a client site this aft... (I think... kinda depends on the client)
~ something about a monkey... :D
~ that my very precious friend dallandra has a safe journey to Estonia and finds every success over the next year. Be proud of her... she's Canada's first exchange student to that country.
~ my neck didn't hurt... slept wrong...
~ that all is well in the land of my (exceptionally delicious) friend shann in her new house. :D
I’ve been following a lot of the news elements associated with the World Aids Conference going on in Durban (South Africa).
I am reminded of the episode of West Wing that dealt with the SA Politician that ended up assassinated... they talked about how the complex drug cocktail (i.e. protease inhibitors, nucleoside/nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors, etc.) act as a way of slowing or stopping the replication of the aids virus in blood. The central issue being that in order for these drugs to be effective the drugee needs to take the drugs at very specific time intervals... and that most of the target African clients can’t tell time... let alone own a watch. Look up the word Pandemic. Then associate the concept of ...the worst in all of human history... and you begin to wonder what life will be like for your children’s children.
Peace out homeslice...