That is all.
That is all.
My reply? "I tell ya Jason, the more STD's you get, the funnier you become."
Everyone else in the lot seemed to really enjoy our interaction
You can blame gamera_spinning for his Alatriste post. I love Arturo Perez Reverte's books and now I want the hat for Muerte.
Now that proper attention has been given to your savior, I will attempt to help you, if there is any helping you. Telling me that you want the book that they had on display "on that one aisle" at the Border's in Tampa is definately not going to happen. But if you are calm, and considerate I will do my best to find what you are looking for. If you are bitchy, I will most likely take longer, or be a rude jerk, and let's face it, you don't want that. Talking on your cellphone while in my sanctuary is also out, as is ignoring your child if they are screaming.
Why so many additions to this rule? Because I know where the books are! Sure you could use our Title Sleuth computer system, but do you know where Zone C is? I think not? Do you know where we have the floor stack of Why Do Men Have Nipples? Not even all of my coworkers know that. Do you really think you can find my last copy of On Bullshit? Considering the book is thinner than my little finger, we come to the fact that you need me. Thats right, YOU NEED ME. I know where it all is, or I can find it much quicker than if you wandered each aisle. The best part is that most of the time I can find it without the computer, even with the smallest bit of information. This will allow you to get to our long line (which moves quickly if you don't bitch, whine, or try to get more discounts than your deserve), and out the door.
So stop being bastard's, be considerate this holiday season, and come to worship me properly, with Single Malt Jameson, Guinness, and Tasty Kake Butterscotch Krimpets. You'll thank me later.
Sundance Film Festival Collection: Celebrating 25 Years
It includes the following movies: Sex, Lies and Videotape, American Movie, The Usual Suspects, Clerks, In the Bedroom, Smoke Signals, Capturing the Friedmans, American Splendor, Real Women Have Curves, and Boys Don't Cry.
The Amazon.com quote because I'm too tired to think:
This limited edition, special collectors' DVD set celebrates 25 years of the Sundance Institute. It contains ten ground-breaking films that embody the sprit of independence, creative risk-taking, and diversity that define the Sundance Film Festival. Bonus materials include a booklet and an 11th disc with behind-the-scenes footage from the Sundance Institute Labs and never-before-seen interviews with filmmakers and founder Robert Redford."
You are The Lovers
Motive, power, and action, arising from Inspiration and Impulse.
The Lovers represents intuition and inspiration. Very often a choice needs to be made.
Originally, this card was called just LOVE. And that's actually more apt than "Lovers." Love follows in this sequence of growth and maturity. And, coming after the Emperor, who is about control, it is a radical change in perspective. LOVE is a force that makes you choose and decide for reasons you often can't understand; it makes you surrender control to a higher power. And that is what this card is all about. Finding something or someone who is so much a part of yourself, so perfectly attuned to you and you to them, that you cannot, dare not resist. This card indicates that the you have or will come across a person, career, challenge or thing that you will fall in love with. You will know instinctively that you must have this, even if it means diverging from your chosen path. No matter the difficulties, without it you will never be complete.
What Tarot Card are You?
Take the Test to Find Out.
That all changed and I grew to appreciate all forms of music, especially Johnny Cash. And, perhaps like my father, Johnny Cash was a way that my grandfather and I bonded before he passed away. In fact Johnny Cash was played at my grandfathers funeral. Which leads me to were I'm going with the post.
I bought Johnny Cash, American IV: The Man Comes Around, last night at work. I had heard the Nine Inch Nails cover of "Hurt" by Johnny, as well as him singing "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" in the Red Cross commercial, but I never realized all that was on this album has. From Sting's "I Hung My Head", Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus", to the Beatles' "In My Life", each song is his own, pure Johnny Cash. And perhaps I'm tired, or just missing those I've lost, but some of the songs, like Danny Boy for example, choked me up to the verge of tears.
Fucking amazing album. It also comes with a DVD of the "Hurt" video, which is just so amazing, sad, and touching.