So how do I entertain myself now?

I noticed this week was the last week any of my tv shows will air before going on break due to the strike. That’s what gone? Prison Break, Dirty Sexy Money, Chuck, Heroes, The Unit, Desperate Housewives and The Office. What am I suppose to go now? Go out? Socialize? Looking around on Google tells me that they don’t think that negotiations will end by the end of this year. If it’s anything like the last strike (22 weeks, 500 million dollars lost by industry), I need to start looking at the list of movies I haven’t seen yet and run through them.

28 Weeks Later

Oh man I hate this kid.

Movies movies movies!

With nothing to do for the past weeks, I have been watching movies. Whether with friends in theaters or by myself, my eyes have been glued to some type of motion picture box or screen. I’ll list the movies I saw with like a sentence of how I liked or disliked it. So far, all the movies I have watched I liked or loved. Finding Neverland – What a sweet drama movie, actually made me teary. You know it’s a good movie when it can change your emotions. Crash – Man, this movie seriously moved me. It had so many racist issues of today and shed some on me. Arg, so good, it hit me so hard so many times. Stewie Griffin – The Untold Story – If you love Family Guy, this is a movie about it. It’s seriously funny as hell. I laughed harder watching this then I ...(Read More)

I, Robot

Went to the mall to watch I, Robot with a friend. Set in a future Earth (2035 A.D.) where robots are common assistants and workers for their human owners, this is the story of “robotophobic” Chicago Police Detective Del Spooner’s (Smith) investigation into the murder of Dr. Miles Hogenmiller, who works at U.S. Robotics (run by Greenwood), in which a robot, Sonny (Tudyk), appears to be implicated, even though that would mean the robot had violated the Laws of Robotics, which is apparently impossible. It seems impossible because.. if robots can break those laws, there’s nothing to stop them from taking over the world, as humans have grown to become completely dependent upon their robots. Or maybe… they already have? Aiding Spooner in his investigation is a psychologist, Dr. Susan Calvin (Moynahan), who specializes in the psyches of robots… It was a good movie. I mean, from a non movie ...(Read More)

Psychology of Personality and Troy

If I could change the world, I would make everyone take Psychology of Personality. It’s just one of those courses that’s interesting although has no applicable use in life nor does it fill any specific class requirements for college. The only problem is that I cannot stand the tests since no matter how hard I study, I still can’t seem to get a good grade on it. But the class point system is so diverse that I can make it up in another area. The class discussion and the actual material you learn is quite informative and is the only reason why I like the class so much. For example, studies have shown that a cheerful person dies sooner than a non cheerful person. That itself is quite disturbing and it’s a good thing that it is not public knowledge or people wouldn’t want to be “cheery” anymore. In addition ...(Read More)