Hey remember that time I use to write a blog about events in Boston? Yeah, me neither. I apologize, friends. These past ten days have been unbelievably hectic^max. It brought me back to a few years ago when I was an editor at the school paper and would regularly stay up until 5 a.m. and then have to be at work at in class by 9. I don’t know how I did it, honestly. I had a few nights of staying up into the wee hours of the morning writing term papers – mainly analyzing First Amendment cases – and my body hated me for it. At least I had friends to commiserate with me (Oh hey, Eric!) But it’s all over now! (well, for the most part) Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and after that, there’s only a week and a half of classes left! Woohoo!
So here are few things I’ve meant to write about, but can’t justify having an blog post of their own:
– I’m here to encourage you all to go out – tous les temps. Friday night was a disaster. My body crashed after my sleepless nights. I sat on the couch, unable to move, watching the Celtics. Saturday night though, I met a friend at Boston Beer Works, the one near Fenway Park. I HIGHLY recommend their Blueberry beer. DELIC.
– If you all haven’t seen this video, you need to do so immediately. I guess anything is possible, KG.
-I watched Pirate Radio tonight. I really loved it.
Ty Burr of The Boston Globe reviewed the film and only gave it 2 ½ stars. I disagree. Will Philip Seymour Hoffman win an Oscar again? Probably not. Was it an enjoyable two hours? Absolutely. *I feel the need to say that movies with great soundtracks like this one make me realize I’m alive during the wrong generation. Womp womp.
Ok, that should be all for my random rants. I should be back to my regualarly scheduled posts mañana.