Sunday, April 4, 2004
There's nothing happening that I want to post on, so I though I would just make a stale old personal post. Had to go out and buy a new lawnmower yesterday. The old one kept getting flooded when I would use it. I had to drain the damn thing every time I wanted to use it. So I finally said, "To hell with it. I buying a new one". Spent $120 on a new mower, that's smaller than the one I had before. Have you ever put one of these damn things together? It's harder than hell when you don't have a work bench or something at least waist high to work on. I had to put this thing on my porch and assemble it there. No fun at all. The whole time I was wishing I had a socket set. Had to use a pair of old pliers that aren't too good. I spent way too much time bent over and my back's letting me know it today. Got it together in about an hour and works like a dream. But, I put the wheels too high and it doesn't cut the grass low enough. So now I have to wait 'till it's empty so I can tip it over and lower the wheels. Now I just need to get my weedeater going.

Okay, I know this should be on my Favorites Blog but I wanted to post it here. I went out and bought this DVD yesterday and watched it last night. And all I can say is, Holy Shit. This movie is awesome. It's just as good as the original, and that's saying something. The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the scariest damn movies of all time. This new one will blow you away. But it's not a remake. I think it takes place right after '73 film. I kind of go lost there. It's just as surreal as the first. Remember the dinner scene where the family has that girl tied up and their in all their insane glory? There's a few scenes in the new one that's like that. I got worn out just watching this movie. It physically drained me watching these people go through what they did. It's shot masterfully. I have to say that Leatherface it better in this one, a hell of a lot scarier. I won't give too much away, but there's one scene were he's wearing the face of the girls boyfriend while trying to kill her. Damn. And I have to give the love to my man, R. Lee Ermey. He plays the psycho sheriff to a tee. Rent or buy this, it's worth it. I wanted the deluxe double disk, but they didn't have it so I had to settle for the single disk.
The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing