This movie was way more than I had expected. I had heard less than stellar things about it, but man, this movie was amazing. It was a crossbreed between an AM Homes shorty story collection, early John Waters, and Monty Python - meaning, that it is absurd and so fucking good. I don't know how I am going to rank these when I am done with this marathon, since that is one of my goals, to make a top ten list, because really, I love so many of them so much.
I bought three books today that I have really wanted for only five dollars, including a book I have coveted for at least the past year, if not the last two years, one that is pretty impossible to find except on Amazon for fifteen dollars, and which I got today for only fifty cents: The Letters of Lord Chesterfield. I am so fucking excited to read this but can't decide which one to read first. The other two: MFK Fisher's How to Cook a Wolf and Philip Roth's The Professor of Desire.
For some reason, my work has only scheduled me for two days next week. I am not happy about this and am going to try to pick up three more shifts tomorrow when I go into work tomorrow, will say can't another person work this day and that day, can't that person be me, try to complain to my boss and hopefully get some money, so you know, I can be a consumer and get new jeans and a new computer. Um, book time!!!!