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Goblet of Fire

As lost weekends go, this one was really pretty nice. Got to see Goblet of Fire in Raleigh on the IMAX screen, which I'd been looking forward to for weeks. First time I'd seen a movie on IMAX - ok, that was pretty cool. griffdog - dude, I cannot TELL you how grateful I am to you for giving up your ticket. I'd promise you my firstborn in recompense, except I have already HAVE a firstborn and she's taken. Seriously, though - that was one of the nicest things anyone's done for me in a long time - I owe you one.

The NICEST thing that anyone's done for me in a long time, of course, is the fact that tricksterquinn came down from DC to see me and the movie. I think that was possibly the best first date ever. Which pretty much sets my geek creds in stone, but there you are. Thanks, Quinn.

And now, back to work. Ah, well. . .


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Nov. 21st, 2005 01:56 pm (UTC)
Well, you sound happy! I'm glad to hear it! It's nice to see you so peppy on a Monday morning!

Nov. 21st, 2005 03:24 pm (UTC)
I'm a little less peppy right this second, as people keep asking me "Did you work on one of these ____ cases?" and the coffee hasn't kicked in yet.

On the other hand, must say that Harry Potter on the IMAX screen ROCKS. Quinn and I both agreed that Xmen on this scale would be just amazing. A 50-ft Mystique - the mind just boggles. :-)
Nov. 21st, 2005 02:08 pm (UTC)
Hey, I spent the weekend alternating losing geek cred and gaining it back, so...

I'm glad you had fun. You really did have fun, right?
Nov. 21st, 2005 03:22 pm (UTC)
*grins* When did you LOSE geek cred?

And yes, I really did have fun, dear. Thanks.
Nov. 21st, 2005 03:32 pm (UTC)
When it occurred to me that I had not seen any of the other movies in the theater, when I admitted I hadn't read the last two books, and when I couldn't remember a lot of what happened in GoF. *shame*

I'm really, really glad. :)
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