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Movie sighting…

I saw a movie being filmed. It’s called He’s Just Not That Into You. There’s big names in it. I didn’t see any this morning on the way to work, at lunch, or on the way home. While I am a movie geek, I just wasn’t interested in acting like one. In fact, if it weren’t for what I saw on the way home, I wouldn’t even mention it here.

I walk past this place twice a day (on the days that I work) and I couldn’t tell you the name of it nor the exact location by name. However, I can tell you that it isn’t named “City Supper Club.” (I think that’s what it said. The pic turned out a bit blurry and I last thought about it 2 hours ago.) Upon seeing this signage and noticing that it had cables running down the wall to a temporary (huge) power outlet, I knew it to be a prop. Therefor I snapped a pic of it. Just for me. (and you)

BTW, if you hit that imdb link up there, it says this movie is in “post-production.” I was under the assumption that that meant they were done filming. Apparently, they’re not.

first blog post evar!

Will some one read this? I don’t know and I don’t care. I just thought I’d start whining writing about my disc golf exploits and anything else that catches my eye. Is it shiny? I’m easily distracted by shiny objects. (not really, but it makes a great excuse whenever I’m late: “Sorry, I was on my way when I was distracted by a shiny object.”)

Why am I doing this? Well, after reading Adrian Belew’s Elephant Blog, I’ve become inspired to waste bandwidth and the time of no one (Who’s gonna read this crap???). For a little while, I’ve also been toying with the idea of keeping track of my disc golf scores, improvements, etc., so here I am. If you’re lucky and I stop being lazy, I might even blog about my Scirocco and my attempts to make it go.

Oh, I also saw The Simpsons Movie. Go see it. Good stuff. And this coming from someone who’s been a fan since the beginning and has been bored with them for at least 5 years.

Next blog: My last round at my home course: Patapsco Valley State Park in Eldersburg, MD.