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01 December 2007 @ 03:20 pm
More potpourri..  
My Brain: Ahhh. A chill in the air. The leaves are turning. It's raining. What a lovely autumn.

Retailers and TV: It's Winter.

My Brain: No, it's not. It just barely stopped feeling like summer. It's autumn.

Retailers and TV: No autumn. Winter. Look! See all the snowflakes we've pasted up? Have a Christmas special. WINTER!!

My Brain: But... but... Winter doesn't start until something like December 21st. Technically most of the "Christmas Season" is autumn!

Retailers and TV: No autumn for you! Winter! Go shopping! Watch specials!

My Brain: But... but...

Retailers and TV: NOT AUTUMN! WINTER! CELEBRATE!


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This is why I'm not going to see The Golden Compass.

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When realizing both my cat and I have the same problem turning down free food, the following conversation popped into my head...

PHONE RINGS AT 3:30 AM...

Me: Uh??

postrophe: Biscuits.

Me: Biscuits??

postrophe: Biscuits.

Me:...

Me:...I'll be dressed in five minutes.

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I don't know about you guys, but I never understand people who give Christmas-related gifts as Christmas presents. "Oh. Yay. Something I can't use for another 11 months. I'll put it away somewhere and hope I can actually find it and remember it in 11 months."
 
 
 
Fritters: Christ - Believe - by Lizzaehfritters on December 2nd, 2007 09:37 pm (UTC)
It occurred to me why exactly I didn't want to see it. From everything I've heard, it sounds like he wrote the books out of hate. Narnia was completely different. He didn't write them because he hated all non-believers, whereas it sounds like this guy thinks every type of church, period, is evil and he hates them. Not to mention that if he thinks religion is bad and wrong, he's basically insulting the beliefs of approx. 80% of the planet. I have enough hate in my life and enough people insulting me that I don't need to pay for it. Not to mention I don't want to reward that hate with my money.
"You know, that snake girl..."thatsnakegirl on December 3rd, 2007 01:50 am (UTC)
That definitely makes more sense to me, but I think I'd still like to read the series and read about the series before I go agreeing with you fully.
Frittersfritters on December 3rd, 2007 02:25 am (UTC)
Hey, Your Mileage May Vary.