04 June 2007

no babies

I went for a run yesterday. I was lying (laying? fuck!) on my bed, listening to Sleater-Kinney, and I thought to myself "this would be so much better if I were moving." So I got dressed, found my running shoes (underneath my skates!), and went for a run through the park. It was sort of raining, which made the stupid heat much easier to deal with, and I really actually enjoyed it.

I also saw Knocked Up last night. I realized a few things--

1. I love Paul Rudd. Also, Seth Rogan. So much.

2. I will see any movie that involves either Paul Rudd and/or Seth Rogan. Or! Even better--a Paul Rudd/Seth Rogan buddy comedy!

3. I still do not want to have babies, ever.

4. Even with Paul Rudd and/or Seth Rogan.


I've decided that I need to play hockey next season. I desperately need to get into shape before the winter, so I guess it's good that I suddenly want to go running.

8 comments:

  1. gotta say that paul rudd being in every movie ever is pretty cool. He is pretty consistently awesome. I wonder id he will play the secondary love interest into his 70s. Glad to hear the movie is good. I won't be seeing it untili get back to the states it seems

    POST ON MY BLOG!

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  2. he really is consistently awesome. any movie is automatically watchable if he's involved.

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  3. you are a fraud, and I may expose you as such. consider this your final warning.

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  4. i...um...what? i'm scared.

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  5. you should be! plagiarist!

    oh and max and i decided today that the best teacher are inherently plagiarists. discuss.

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  6. ohhhhhh now i get it. you're weird. but i promise i will make a whole post about how you came up with "no babies" and how you are clever as fuck.

    and... i don't have an opinion on the teacher as plagiarist thing. explain your position further.

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  7. dude, no.

    I think no babies was a collective effort. You only really plagiarized yourself, by sending me an email that is basically this blog post exactly. So, erm, shame!

    And teachers have to copy the viewpoints of the books from which they teach. It is up to the students to come up with new ideas, but the teachers provide the base. Not applicable to college, hopefully.

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  8. OHHHHH NOW I GET IT GUILTY AS CHARGED

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