April 26, 2012

It Was With The Best Of Intentions

Dragging myself home from another long day at the Duck U Bookstore, I had planned to finish my writeup of High School of the Dead Ep06.  That is, after I had dinner of course... that sammitch that rules all other sammitches: the Reuben.  As I munched, I watched what was turning out to be a bad movie.  As a lover of bad movies (see: Wonderduck's collection of 122 MST3K episodes), I stuck with it... and it was a very bad movie indeed.  When Samuel L MF'ing Jackson is overacting so badly that even a Samuel L Jackson fan is astonished by it, you know there's something wrong with the movie.  Anyway, when the movie came to its welcome end, it was almost time for the Bears to make their first round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.  When THAT was done, I took a shower, and then it was now.  1030pm, and I've yet to type a single word for the Ep06 writeup all night.

Fortunately, it's about half-completed already.  One last big push, and it'll be done.  My guess?  Friday or Saturday, hopefully Friday.  It should be worth the wait, I think. 

Posted by: Wonderduck at 09:39 PM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 I guess watching a "very bad movie indeed" is a good warmup for watching the Bears... 

Posted by: Siergen at April 27, 2012 01:27 PM (3/gGt)

2 Hi Wonderduck,
Sorry to add this comment to a random entry, but your website is still acting broken on both Safari and Chrome on my Mac, and also in Safari on iPhone. With some entries, such as "Random Anime Picture #69: That Was... Odd", it's not possible to add comments -- clicking on the Add Comments link just goes back to the main page somehow. And with very long entries such as the HSotD recaps, the blog post is cut off half or two-thirds of the way through and it's impossible to read past that.

Posted by: Mark at April 30, 2012 08:12 AM (n8Xce)

3 The blog post cutoff is a known issue (see this comment thread, amongst many, many others).  I've never heard of anybody say they haven't been able to leave comments before.  Of course, if they can't leave comments, how would I?  

Posted by: Wonderduck at April 30, 2012 07:03 PM (PVVuW)

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