Mar. 19th, 2007

mellicious: pink manicure (baa)
You Are A Walnut Tree

You are strange and full of contrasts... the oddball of your group.
You are unrelenting and you have unlimited ambition.
Not always liked but always admired, you are more infamous than famous.
You are aggressive and spontaneous, and your reactions are often unexpected.
A jealous and passionate person, you are difficult in romantic relationships.
mellicious: pink manicure (baseball - Kissimmee)
I took the weekend off. No estate stuff, no going through Mom's closets, none of that. I probably shouldn't have, but I did. Instead, I spent most of the weekend playing Auto Assault with[personal profile] columbina. It's very different from GuildWars, that's for sure - sort of a Mad-Max-meets-Terminator kind of thing. (There's a 14-day free trial link at the top of that page if you're interested in trying it out.)

We also went to see Zodiac. It was a sort of an odd, slow-moving movie, but definitely interesting. The violent parts are mostly right at the beginning, although at least one of them was violent enough to shock me a bit, and I don't really shock all that easily. After that, it mostly settles down into a whodunnit.

In my ongoing Battlestar Galactica cast watch, Tricia Helfer was on Supernatural this past week, and it turned out that (spoiler alert!) her character was dead, and had been dead all along (even though she had been, you know, up walking around and not transparent or anything). So we're actually 3-for-3 on this - one zombie, one dead-guy-with-flashbacks, and one dead-girl-who-doesn't-know-she's-dead. I think three examples is enough to declare this a trend of some sort, although I have no idea why there should be such a trend. Does somebody think BSG stars are just particularly good at playing dead people?

I don't really have much else to say. It was a blessedly uneventful weekend.


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