DailyAfirmation (dailyafirmation) wrote,

Bad Education

Fortuitously, Scot P. pinged me today asking me if I was sure that I wanted to rent his place for Carnival in P-Town, because he has someone else asking about it. I took the opportunity to back out of my commitment. Not being there the week before the Alaskan cruise will just make things incredibly easier.

This request came up in the "dads" channel today: Any experience with 3 1/2 year old daughter child psychologists? My daughter is acting up @ Montessori school. Now you know you're in trouble when your kid is acting up there. Isn't that a "go with the flow" kind of place, where nobody gets worked up about things?

I worked with Bob B. today to get the cruise booked. Everything's in order. So far so good.

Wonder how popular your names is, and in which decade it was most popular, if ever? How about those new names that all the kids these days have? Caitlin, Briana, Justin, Chase... Type in the name by the right arrow once you go here, to The Baby Name Wizard. Also, if you run your cursor up and down the "waves," slowly, it identifies the name in the analysis. (In order to make the list, the name has to have been one of the top 1000 names in any decade.)

If you want to know exactly in what movies (and in what manner) your favorite actresses have died (and whether they were naked at the time), the obsessive and creepy Cinemorgue is just the site for you. Bette Davis seems to have been doing some good dying.

I met Robert at Joe & Jo's in Durham. I had coffee, he had a glass of red wine, and we shared a plate of vegetables with some ranch dip.

We saw the 7:10 showing of Bad Education at the Carolina Theater. Loved it.

Movie Synopsis: In the early 60s, two boys -- Ignacio and Enrique -- discover love, movies and fear in a Christian school. Father Manolo, the school principal and Literature teacher, both witnesses, and takes part in, these discoveries. The three characters come against one another twice again, in the late 70s and in 1980. These meetings are set to change the life and death of some of them.

I looked at the websites as required for Tuesday's ENG 519 class.

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