Finally, Iíve seen Spider-man 3. Itís not a bad flick, but I would have ended it with him sitting on the steeple; it would have insured that people would come back for Spider-man 4. I also found his first visit to the jazz club to be a little bathetic, but thatís just me. I did find the black suit awesome if somewhat creepy. Yes, I was entertained for my money, and I had a nice, late lunch afterward. I continue my crush on Spider-man.
I went to see Spider-Man 3 today but haven't a clue about the film. Before the first trailer (for Pirates of the Caribbean 3) was done, there was a loud boom. The screen went dark, and the emergency lights came on. :eek: I was a little taken aback, but sat there. The entire theatre and the encompassing mall had lost power. I got a rain check, so I'll try again tomorrow, and I had an excuse to go out and play in the Highlands, but honestly I wanted to see the movie, grad some dinner, and pick up
Each year I forget somehow the major difficulties caused by a simple horse race. Iíve grown accustomed over the years, but it is a hassle none-the-less. Iíd forgotten that I might not be allowed to cross a street at a chosen intersection. Iíd forgotten that my grocery store gets overrun with people who arenít from the neighborhood and most of whom are from out of town and only interested in buying beer and cigarettes. Iíd forgotten that it can cost up to $40 to park a car in someoneís yardĖand that
I make absolutely no secret to choosing bottles of wine based on type (Shiraz being a favorite) then by how much I like the label. Often this works out well, and Iíve turned up more than a couple of nice, inexpensive brands that Iíd buy again and share. A decent vineyard often employees a decent artist to produce a decent label. At times it doesnít work out at all. With the current bottle Iím not displeased, but Iím also considering going out and Googling the directions to turn wine into vinegar.