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Thursday is One Day Closer

To Friday. YAY.

So I went up to that other gym today, and it's nice -- but I'm not sure that I'd use it enough, especially since it's further away. I have to ponder on it, because dang it, I REALLY like working out. (Whoever thought I'd EVER say that? I used to spend the runs in gym class looking for something to DELIBERATELY twist my ankle in... never did, though.)

Okay, I know the writer of this is heavily slanted to the left, but seriously, it's scary.

It snowed in Flagstaff today. Only rain down here, but hey, at least there was some rain. It only rained between the time I got to work and lunchtime, so I didn't actually SEE any, but there was definitely evidence of it, including the fact it didn't even get above 78 degrees here in the valley today. But they expect the snow to pretty much be gone by tomorrow afternoon -- still, October snow, not a bad thing!

My cat-poked thumb is all bruised and nasty-looking, but it doesn't hurt at all, oddly. It actually looks to me like a bad spider bite. Cairo seems to be all recovered from his trauma, though.

SQUEEEEEEE!!!!! The BBC has announced that yes, the rumors ARE true, they have recovered some of the lost Doctor Who episodes -- both Doctor Two, The Enemy of the World (ALL episodes -- previously only one survived) and most of The Web of Fear (the first appearance of Lethbridge-Stewart). I've been DYING to see these episodes!!!

You know, Amy has a VERY good point about Raiders of the Lost Ark...


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Oct. 11th, 2013 03:45 am (UTC)
Amy did and now I can't unsee those points and like the boys, I rather want to.

your poor thumb

cool news about Dr. Who
Oct. 12th, 2013 02:05 am (UTC)
Yeah, I know. Dang it, Amy!!!


Oct. 11th, 2013 03:58 am (UTC)
That interview is terrifying. The man is batshit crazy! And I thought the same thing about Amy and Raiders.... Damn.
Oct. 12th, 2013 02:06 am (UTC)
And this is a Supreme Court Justice!!!! (I weep for our country, I really do.)

Damn, indeed.
Oct. 11th, 2013 06:59 am (UTC)
Scalia can be scary, but I also look at from a historian's point of view and the his generation of how he was raised. What he is expressing is from how he was raised and that the opinons of his generation are quite rigid and predjuice compared to the younger generations after him, so that is something one also has to take in why he holds these views, and only with the deaths of the older generations will these predjuices hopefully lessen and younger generations who have been exposed to other alternate lifestyles and the points of view of others will hopefully stop these predjuices.
Oct. 12th, 2013 02:07 am (UTC)
My father, a WWII vet, had his extreme prejudices, certainly, but he wasn't religious to this extreme (and neither is my 91-year-old mother-in-law).

They actually listened to Christ's admonition to keep your religion to yourself and your God, and not preach on the street corners.
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