Saturday, March 17, 2007

Fear the Turtle

In honor of DJ Strawberry and the rest of the mighty Maryland Terrapins, I am officially taking the weekend off to watch basketball and, well, that's about it.

The turtles take on the Butler Bulldogs today at 3:20 p.m., so I think I'll stay home for that rather than sit through two hours of Viagra jokes from Chris Rock. Have a great weekend.

9 comments:

Candy Minx said...

Hey have a great weekend with march madness! Watched the Illinois game last night, exciting. Have fun! I am still recovering this morning from Inland Empire!!! Yikes!!! but very very cool.

Reel Fanatic said...

From all I've heard it will probably stick with you for a long time, Candy .. I can't wait until I finally get the chance to see it for myself

carrie_lofty said...

Completely off topic, just because I thought you'd be interested: Cate Blanchett + Indiana Jones = Potential to Not Suck.

Divinity said...

I have a Premonition that the Dead Silence that follows The Wind That Shakes the Barley will lead a Nomad to the Tortilla Heaven that hides Behind the Mask.
Yeah, I'm going to see some live music, drink some green beer, and watch a DVD this weekend.

Reel Fanatic said...

Cate Blanchett in Indy 4 is indeed a good sign, Carrie, but I still have to have my worries that Harrison Ford is still just too old to pull this off .. Maybe Shia can turn this into a whole new franchise, but I still have strong doubts

And if your message means you get to see the Ken Loach Irish movie on the big screen, Divinity, I just have to be insanely jealous

Cherrie said...

Oops! Maybe Chris Rock wouldn't have been so bad after all . . .

Reel Fanatic said...

Perhaps you're right, Cherrie ... Watching my beloved Terrapins lose wasn't my ideal of entertainment, but there was plenty of great basketball all the same

Divinity said...

The Wind That Shakes the Barley is on my to-do list, but I really did spend the weekend just hanging out. I'll let you know how it is since I think we're planning on seeing it on Wednesday.

Reel Fanatic said...

Please do, Divinity ... Ken Loach is often too preachy for me, but never boring, and I'm definitely a fan of Cillian Murphy