June 25th, 2004

galileo

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The problem with being in this early is that there's not enough to read on LJ. Don't get me wrong. I'm grateful for what's already up there, but the volume is lacking. Maybe I should add more friends from other time zones.

I can't believe no one wants my crappy monitor or my crappy dishwasher (I posted the dishwasher in Free Stuff on craigslist).

I had dreams about work last night. I don't think I've ever dreamed about work, or at least not my current job. That's what two days of being flooded with proof will do, I guess. If I had to work this hard all of the time, would I dream about work constantly?

Bridge at lunch, and then the movie at the Hatch Shell tonight (assuming I feel like braving the weather). Work should be at a bit more moderate pace since a lot of stuff got approved in the past two days. We shall see.
liberty

Packages?

According to this Globe article, it's not just "packages" (def. 1 from the AHD: "a wrapped or boxed object; a parcel") but any bags larger than 6" x 12" x 4" that will not be allowed on the Orange Line during the convention. The article also says that "all permitted bags will be searched on these trains."

This is certainly not the information that is in the MBTA's DNC brochure. So, either the Globe writer is interpreting this brochure differently than I am, or he has another source of information.

Okay, I just filled out a comment form on the MBTA's Web site, asking them what exactly "packages" means. Watch this space for their reply.
moon

Free Friday Flicks

WBZ's Web site says they can't print the names of the movies due to copyright issues, but they can give "hints". Here are the hints with the movie titles. I haven't seen most of these movies, so I'm looking forward to trying to do this every week.

June 18 - Finding Nemo
Adventures are sure to ensue when this little orange fish leaves safe waters and finds out just how big the ocean is.

June 25 - Monsters, Inc.
Follow Mike and Sully's adventures as they turn screams into laughter

July 9 - Brother Bear
A hunter turns into a bear and learns the true meaning of brotherhood from a young bear cub named Koda.

July 16 - Holes
Stanley and his pals are sentenced to dig holes as punishment at Camp Greenlake, but find burried treasure, too!

July 23 - Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl
Pirate Jack Sparow tries to save Elizabeth, the Governor's daughter, on the haunted ship The Black Pearl.

July 30 - X2
Your favorite Marvel Comics are back...trying to save the President's life and defend their mutant academy.

August 6 - Freaky Friday (2003 version)
This is no ordinary start to the weekend, as mother-daughter Tess and Anna Coleman's wishes come true when they switch bodies and lives!

August 13
To Be Determined

August 20 - Home on the Range
Three cows try to save their farm from an outlaw taking over the area.

August 27 - The Haunted Mansion
Stuck by the storm, realtor's Jim and Sara Evers spend the evening at a haunted estate, and encounter a ghost!

September 3 - Elf
Buddy the Elf travels to New York City in search of his real family when he no longer fits in at the North Pole.