Monthly Archives: January 2006

we couldn’t help her. I hope someone can.

Now we have one less dog. I finally gave in and took Molly back to the animal shelter. Who knew, when we adopted the incredibly quiet, calm dog last April, that she’d turn out to be an anxiety-ridden, learning disabled mess?

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her mind is Tiffany-twisted

Inspired song lyrics
(a list in progress)

Fever, when you kiss them
Fever, if you live and learn
Fever, ’til you sizzle
What a lovely way to burn
—Michael Buble, Peggy Lee, et al; Fever

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synthesizers just don’t mesh with the Middle Ages

Tonight we were watching The Thomas Crown Affair (the wonderful 1999 version, with Rene Russo and Pierce Brosnan, which I’ve seen approximately 25 times — not the 1968 version, with Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway, which screams “60’s!” in every frame and is awful). As the movie began I was reminded, as I am on every viewing, how important background music is to my enjoyment of a film and my ability to immerse myself in it.

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