I haven't talked much about real life happenings lately:
1. I gots a job! I work as a file clerk in a law firm which specializes in labor law and represents a lot of teachers. :D
2. I got a bit drunk on Oct. 29th and it lead to interesting quotes such as:
"THAT'S A DOG!" *points to said dog*
*sees woman crossing a street in a sari* "I love saris!"
"She has the best Halloween costume." *talking about a woman carrying a baby in one of those baby slings*
3. Glad my state went mostly democratic. Sort of meh about the rest of the country. People focus on the GOP now being republican but it seems that there is still a good number of dems in congress and as puipui
pointed out, the progressive ones seem to be in it.
Other than that, my life is as boring as usual. I'm trying to finish my Harry Potter scarf (which I've been working on for years on and off) before it comes out, but its taking a back seat to this class I'm taking (I have the final tomorrow and I should be studying, but I'm not feeling too hot so fuck it).The new series I'm watching are "Boardwalk Empire" and "The Walking Dead." I watched a couple episodes of "No Ordinary Family," but got turned off that the wife's power is super speed so she began to usurp the father as the more domestic parent because now she can "have everything" (she's excited that she can now attend PTA meetings!). I don't mind her having more time for the family, but she was a kick ass scientific researcher so I felt this sort of undermined the character as they seemed to be focusing on this plot point a lot. Sorry, Julie Benz. I still love you. I do want to see "The Cape" when it comes out.
Also, I feel like the only art history and art world nerd on journalfen sometimes. :(ETA:
Now that the arc ended, Bleach is interesting again! I skipped almost the whole thing! Can anyone give me a run down of what I missed which was significant and what chapters I should, at the very least, read?