I climbed one red (5.11+?) and 11 of the 12 yellow (5.10?) climbs at Vertical Edge tonight. And I couldn’t get the last yellow because we were running out of time and I had just done 4 climbs in a row and I needed to rest and try to come up with a better excuse.
Amy pointed out some rockin’ concerts in downtown Raleigh in the upcoming weeks. I would especially like to hit up some Better Than Ezra.
Someone made a badass real estate looker-upper webpage by merging cragslist with Google Maps.
SAS has this video rental machine in the gym. They’re changing their pricing scheme to $5 a month for unlimited rentals, max of 2 at a time. Here’s the list of movies. Anyone want to watch anything?
Many of the things I write are an excersise in conveying information clearly and with few words. It’s more usable?
More information about the Google Maps hacking at http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000917034960/ and http://18.104.22.168/collab/GoogleMapsHacking.
I kind of wanted to see The Cooler.
These are the ones I’d like to see. Lozenges ◊ for the ones I have already seen but want to see again, and clubs ♣ for the ones I really want to see. And sloppy u with a dot ¿ for ones I’m sure are really dumb but I want to see anyway (ok, so it’s an inverted question mark, but it looks like a sloppy u).
21 Grams (R)
A Fish Called Wanda (PG 13) ◊
About Schmidt (PG 13)
Adaptation (PG 13) ◊ ♣
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (PG 13) ◊
Finding Nemo (G) ◊
Finding Neverland ♣
Hellboy (PG 13)
Hollywood Homicide (PG 13) ¿
House Of Sand And Fog (PG 13)
Lost In Translation (PG 13) ◊
Man On Fire (PG 13) ♣
Matchstick Men (PG 13) ♣
Mystic River (PG 13)
Phone Booth (PG 13) ¿
Ray (PG 13) ♣
Sideways (R) ♣
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (PG)
Stepford Wives, The (PG 13) ♣
The Ladykillers (PG 13) ¿
The Pink Panther Film Collection – A Shot in the Dark (PG 13) ◊ ♣
Van Helsing (PG 13)
I think both Hellboy and Van Helsing need a sloppy u…
And maybe Elf, but I liked Elf, so I won’t say that ;)
Hmm… I’ll give them an upside down letter ∀ for action-adventure. Because action-adventures are always kind of dumb.