June 30th, 2010
|10:55 pm - Drakyndra watches stuff. As one does.|
So, despite a distinct lack of response to my post about it, and went and saw Toy Story Three last night. It was very good, and I cried like a baby through, like, the last half.
Though egads, ticket prices get expensive. And now I sound like one of those people complaining about the good ol' days when everything was cheap.
Though you used to be able to see movies at the Hamilton Cinema for five dollars. The selection was crap, but it was cheap.
On the down side, on the way home I lost one of my earrings. And it was one of my nice red dangly ones, too. I like those earrings!
Apart from that, I've been... watching other stuff. New Futurama, subs of the most recent FMA:B episode, the second season of Full Metal Panic. Well, it's bloody cold out at the moments, and I'd rather stay in my room, where I can put the heater on and keep warm.
Oh, and I got back my last SSRM assignment - that one I was working on when you computer was being stupid. Got a H2A for it. Since it was worth 50 percent of the subject mark, and for the 25 percent assignments I got a H2A and a H2B, I'm now extrapolating that my final mark is a H2something.
And I have an appointment at the doctor's tomorrow. (Nothing's actually wrong, just more delightful needle jabbings for me.)
Current Mood: cold
Student Union sells cheap tickets for Hoyts and Village.
Technically speaking, I am no longer a student or part of the Union any more.
.....but what does your student card say?
Let me check... valid until February next year. No Union sticker, though. (I didn't both to renew my membership).
Will they sell cheap tickets if you aren't in the Student Union?
Ah Goldie, source of all Uni knowledge.
I'll keep that in mind. How long are they valid for, anyway?
Oh, what do you think of the recent FMA:B eps? I really don't want the last one to air, lol; it'll really be over then.
Anything in particularly you want me to focus on? I personally don't think they are quite as good as the manga, but given the manga is nigh-on perfect to me, you can see how it might be difficult to live up to. There's a few little niggles about things here and there, but over-all I think this arc has been very well done.
My other thought is that FMA:B has been making the parallels between Ed and Hohenheim - and subsequently the whole "Ed and Al redeeming their father's mistakes" thing even more obvious than the manga.