|Last night, my birthday, and beyond
||[May. 28th, 2006|07:13 am]
Last night we got cable. I have not had cable since I was going to graduate school in Pittsburgh, and I spent the time I wasn't writing papers or drinking dirt cheap PBR watching 7th Heaven reruns. But since I started seeing TV Programmer, I learned that not only is cable a priority, but DVR and HBO and HBO on Demand are a MUST. |
So last night, my sister, B Sea and I planned to watch various things on cable, drink Sparks, eat chips, and go out to Royale Oak (or see midnight X-men type movies.) I came home from work, and finished two out the three things, but I guess I didn't realize how much the library had taken out of me. I went to lie down for a cat nap at around 10:30, and told my sister to wake me up when she wanted to go out. I think you can see where this story is going.
Anyway, the big news is my birthday is coming up. And the weekend of my birthday coincides with the midnight showing of one of my all time favorite movies about the future (aka 1994) at the Sunshine.
Yes. Oh yes. On Saturday, June 17th! At midnight! If you care about me at all, you will be joining me in watching a piece of cinematic history (well, the movie was choreographed by Nigel Lythgoe, who went on to produce American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance AND judges on that dancing show. Amazing! I just found that out this week) B Sea suggested that we dress up in Apple-esque outfits. I already own my futuristic dress. Time for you to get yours! Please come. Or I will cut you.