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September 10th, 2003

I have an idea for a new show on TLC. It would be called "Trading Spouses". You and another couple would trade spouses for one weekend and remake them as best you can with a budget of $1000.00.

Allergy season?

The past couple of days have been just nasty for ragweed pollen or something. My nose has been running like Dustin Hoffman, and the Benadryl I took this morning is wearing off. So I'm doing a lot of coughing.

(*koff* *koff*)

See?

Voodoo (the Alan Moore-written graphic novel) turned out to be really quite good. Alien vs. Predator vs Terminator wasn't all that bad either, with the exception of a rather useless android. Punisher was interesting, if bloody, with a couple of shining moments. And LXG... well, if you haven't seen the book by now, I'm not gonna spoil it for you. Just read it.

Zombie Lover (the Piers Anthony novel) isn't what I had hoped. I truly remember the Xanth novels being much better; this one seems like he was forcing himself to write filler material to pad out the length. Maybe it will tie in in the end, but it's seeming pretty random at this point.

Horror Inc. shoot for this weekend is now up in the air. The studio usurped the stage for the weekend, which is something of a story in and of itself. Right now it looks like we will be doing pick-up shots at Thom's. That also means that the Halloween Hootenanny Spooktacular will have to be postponed, probably until New Years. There is some ugliness involved with that, I am sure.

Today I'm actually feeling kinda happy. I have no clue as to why, but it might be the Benadryl. :)

Question of the day

Just for fun:
You are invited on the show "Trading Spouses", so you get to trade your spouse for a long weekend.

Who (or what) would you trade your spouse for?

(note to those of you not significantly partnered at this time: pretend you are.)

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