So the first time I watched Donnie Darko was 2 years ago, and after seeing it, I remember going back to my room, sitting on my bed for 10 minutes going, "What the fuck was that?", but I loved it. I bought it a month ago, and watched it again, and I was excited to because it had been awhile. The second time, it didn't impress me as much, but still, it fucked with my head. Then tonight, Carly wanted to watch it, so I watched it with her. This time I'm just as confused at the first time. I think I understand it, but then I try to explain it outloud and it makes no sense. I think I figured it out, but then theres other things I don't understand. If you haven't seen it, maybe you shouldn't read the rest of this, FYI. Like the part of the plane that falls on Donnie's house. Was that from the plane that the mom and Sam were on? And was it stuck in the portal until it fell on the house? Did he go back in time just to save Gretchen? Did he see the future, and that's why Frank the Bunny was following him, because Donnie knew he was going to kill Gretchen? I don't get it. Someone help me out here.
Ok, enough of that, I can't think about it anymore or my brian will explode. Last note - I really like the ending song, I looked it up on Kazaa and it's called Mad World, by Gary Jules. So download it, or whine about how you can't download songs.
Tomorrow is Sister Weekend, finally. This goddamn week has gone by so slow. I had a test today in Anthrolpology, the same class that I have a test in on the day I'm supposed to leave to go skiing. I asked my professor after the test if I could take the test early, and he said sure. Sweetass, now I get to go skiing. That's coming up soon too, February 24th. There better still be some snow up there, because our's is finally melting here. I'm sure their will be though, I'll be in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan near Canada. I'm guessing it isn't a balmy 70 degrees up there quite yet.
I went to the library last night and got out three books, so it's going to take me even longer now to finish Dylan. I got Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, The Shipping News by Annie Proloux and Speaking With the Angel by Nick Hornby. I started reading Hornby first; it's a collection of short stories by famous English authors. I've always wanted to read About a Boy or High Fidelity by him, but the Angel one was the only one they had. And Cat's Cradle is still missing from the library here, so I think I'll just have to wait on that one until the summer, but I'll let you know how Breakfast is, Bill.
This post is tres boring, and I apologize. I'm not feeling the blogging tonight. I'll have about four days away from it though, so I'll be back in full force on Monday. Have a wonderful weekend, I know I will be. Try your best not to be jealous.
There is nothing better than taking a shower, and then going to sleep in clean sheets. I dare you to disagree with me, bitches.