|Car window sunset shot.
Just finished Chase Me by Laura Florand. Super fun! Definitely recommend it if you're a fan of Florand's.
Oh! And The Other Side of Midnight by Simone St. James.
A review and GIVEAWAY of the graphic novel Tales of the Talented Tenth: Bass Reeves.
Ant-Man, starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly
Better than the average Marvel movie. That's really all I have to say about it.
Meet the Patels, directed by Geeta Patel and Ravi Patel
Not what I was expecting. For some reason I thought it'd be a movie-movie rather than a documentary, and perhaps I wasn't in the right mood for it. I did enjoy parts of it, but it also seemed a bit off. Like if someone suggested I make a documentary about my brother trying to find a wife, I'd make this face:
I also thought Master of None did a better and more entertaining job of explaining the whole I'm-in-a-serious-relationship-with-a-white-girl-and-don't-want-to-tell-my-Indian-parents psychology. And now that I think about it, Dev and Ravi have bizarrely similar lives (I know this probably makes no sense to you if you haven't seen Master of None). Anyway, I *would* recommend Master of None, but wasn't super into Meet the Patels. The conclusion was sweet, though.
This week in heidenkindom:
Remember last week when I was talking about getting a moped? Well, on Monday my Mac went completely dead on me. It's a long story, but there was a good chance the hard drive was completely fucked up, which meant I'd have to spend all the money I was planning to use to purchase a moped on a new Mac. Not to mention my dreams of owning the same computer for a decade were dying a cruel death only 3 years short of my goal.
The good news: I took it to the Apple Genius Bar on the off chance it was salvageable, and they were able to fix it! Which means now I can buy a moped! W00t w00t!
|Me after I get a moped.
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