Last night, I went down to Suite 724 (home of J-Pizzle, Joe, Dan, Robbie and Jason) and was suprised as heck to find Dan, Pizzle, Becka and Joe watching the pinball machine episode of the old Nickelodeon show "Are You Afraid of the Dark".
I was mesmorized. Quite possibly the lowest budgeted TV series ever, besides the fact that it was made during the trasition years from the 80's into the 90's in CANADA! So you can image what ghastly clothes these nerds were wearing.
Anyway, the night got more and more humorous as we sat bemused by the hilariously un-scary tales which flashed through these kids imaginations. One of the skits even shows the GRIP in TWO SCENES! It's great.
It was as if we had all been stuck by the same lightning bolt: for our MA202 final project, we would work together to make a parody of the show involving J-Pizzle'a hometown of Nahant, Massachussetts, which has some abandoned WWII bunkers, built to protect Boston Harbor from the Nazi's. This is going to be a sweet show.
What else is going on in my life? Well, I'm feeling a little better now that the plague seems to have left me. I'm pretty much back to normal, but I am still trying to take it easy--I don't want a relapse.
I'm listening to Men Without Hats Safety Dance and it's certainly waking me up this Wednesday morning.
Thanks to the miracles of E-File, I filed my Federal, Maine and Massachusetts taxes, and I'm going to get a sweet sweet refund. Feds: $0 Ezra: $423 (Not counting Medicare/SS which no one will get back); Maine: $0 Ezra: $172; Massachussetts: $0 Ezra: $27
Yeah! Money! I plan on using the money to do two things--one, buy myself a Panasonic PV GS120 miniDV camcorder, which, after some research, seems to be a great camera for the lowest price.
Two, I plan to pay for the repairs that I will undoubtedly end up needing on my truck over the summer. (Shocks, Dampner Arm, Transmission Mount). Granted, this money will not go all that way, but I'll figure something out.
Have a non-salacious day!