it's way the hell to early to have to be awake, let alone functional.
though i'd better get used to it, i have 800am classes next semester.
i keep forgetting that stats counts as a major class, so when that grade comes back, it'll count in my major GPA. go little GPA, go. :)
we went and saw Man of the House at Blue Ridge, which was a lot cuter than it had any right to be. Tommy Lee Jones plays a Texas Ranger charged with protecting five Texas cheerleaders who've witnessed a murder. other than a scene at the beginning involving a cow, it was a lot of fun.
they played the xXx: State of the Union trailer, which i hadn't seen yet. oh, but we want to see that. we're going to be patient and wait until it gets to Blue Ridge, though.
they also played a trailer for The Ice Princess back to back with a trailer for Deuce Biaglow. the juxtaposition made my head hurt.
you know, right now i'm not sure who to be more angry at - the seventy-five percent of the people who read the News and Observer's web site, like to click buttons, and think that we should amend the fucking constitution of our fair state to protect our children from freaks like me (i'd love to see some real polling numbers; a self-selected sample on a website is pretty crappy), the people everywhere else in the country who think that we're all like that (and no, that's not a jab at the person whose comment i just replied to, that's just a general observation), or hell, i don't know. the whole thing makes me tired.