Making Up For Lost Time

If you're wondering where I've been for the past couple days, the answer is quite complicated. On Friday I had my last interterm class. On Saturday I actually drove to Arizona, and then drove back the next day. Then I started new classes on Monday.

Today I was faced with the dilemma of coming up with $4,120.20 by four o'clock this afternoon so that Biola doesn't kick me out of my classes.
I had hoped it would escalate into some type of "Run Lola Run" situation, but considering that I'm not capable of running half a block without wheezing, and that I don't have bright neon red hair, it wasn't nearly as exciting of an experience. Instead I just went to the accounting office and pleaded my case.
Oh money.

If you'd like, feel free to check out a little site I had to make for my Faith Film and Philosophy class over interterm (it's about zombies).

All this action has made me miss out on this year's oscar nominations. Considering what my last bad movie review was, let's see what Benjamin Button's up for...

Benjamin Button:
Best Actor- Brad Pitt
Best Supporting Actress - Taraji P. Henson
Art Direction
Costume Design
FIlm Editing
Best Picture
Sound Mixing
Visual Effects
Best Writing


I must admit, I can't say I had much confidence in the Academy. After all, need I remind you that the hit song "It's Hard Out Here For A Pimp" was deemed artistic enough to receive an Oscar.

In Bruges managed to get a nod with a best writing nomination as well, which is great, if not a little overshadowed by Benjamin Button's 13 nominations.

Oh well.

Dancing Japanese Cat's make everything better.

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