Saw it for the second time this weekend. First time in 20-odd years. It was ridiculously awesome.
I'm VERY excited for this film -- I've heard really good things (at least the majority of the time) and I'm enjoying the clips I've seen. The CD actually just became available on iTunes today -- I haven't listened to ALL of it yet, but I really that so far as well. It's a shame they haven't marketed the music very much up to this point.
Why does it have to be limited engagement. The least they can do is build another theater for the new (or return of HISTA, forbid that to happen) show to come.
I like artisan cheeses. Cheeses that go well with wine and have unique character. There has been a big surge in interest in wine in America. People are learning to appreciate the subtle character of the different varietals. The same is true for cheese. Goat, Cow, Buffalo, Sheep, age, how it it stored, what is added, pasteurized or unpasteurized, smelly, sweat, salty, savory . . . it is really a fascinating thing.
I really do encourage people to move beyond cheddar and cheese spread and actually explore the big beautiful world of artisan cheeses.
After all, what do us mice love more than cheese?
Belated query; what kinds of cheese?
Answer carefully, your life may depend on it. Or at least your reputation...
If I could have chosen one word to describe Micechat, it would have been WHAM. Stacey hit it spot-on.
As long as we are confessing, that post was a test of being able to insert video into the blogs. Someone posted about it in the forums and I needed to test out the instructions.
But those are some of my favorite things.
Well, I confess that I knew you loved Disneyland and tropical fish, but cheese, movies about aliens and corn took me by surprise!
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