First Blog of the Day

I didn’t write a blog last night, because I was binge watching Voyager, including the unimatrix zero episodes, which I definitely consider a highlight, perhaps the highlight of the series, and then I sat down at the computer and got caught up arguing with people about petty shit, as one does, and when I looked up it was after 1 a.m., and to hell with it.
So, my plan is to write two blogs today, which shouldn’t be too hard, because we’ve got a couple of events to go to this afternoon, a Vernisage of the woman who did the cover for Pink Snow, Daniela Šafránková, and then a meeting of poets with a special guest from New York. There was a 3rd one which we must forego. Why does everybody schedule their events at the same time?
Anyway, I’ll report on those in the 2nd blog. For now, back to yesterday…
Watched three things on Netflix, only one of which I recommend. Marianne and Leonard was great. Done documentary style, lots of interviews, actual footage, it was a beautiful, poetic movie about love, and although I have never been a particular fan of his music, the film took me to a different time and place, and I liked it there.
Then I watched Attack of the Hollywood Cliches. Don’t bother. Just a cheap excuse to show lots of clips of movies from all time, most of which we’ve all seen before.
Then, because, I am embarrassed to say, I had never seen it before, I decided to watch Mad Max. I’m not sure if it’s a case of doesn’t hold up, or was never any good in the first place, but I turned it off for dinner, and don’t care if I see it through to the end or not. I don’t think I missed anything, way back when.

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