"Yes, thanks for ghostery, that one's very useful.
"Yes, KeePass is a little program you download to your computer. You can either install it or just run it without installing it (which makes it possible to run on a machine where you don't have administration rights). I have a copy of it…"
"Yes? I don't have Blu-Ray, so I'm just relaying what I've understood about how the service works. When you sign up for Blu-Ray you'll be asked if you want the Blu-Ray to be the default or not. Then you can change whether or not…"
"Battleship Potemkin", "My Neighbor Totoro", "American Beauty", "Blade Runner", "Finding Nemo", "The Good The Bad & The Ugly", "Top Secret!", "Seven Samurai", "Casablanca", "Mystic River", "The Celebration", "Das Boot", "The Third Man", "Star Wars", "Ikiru", "The Last Laugh", "Serial Experiments Lain", "Tokyo Godfathers", "Seven", "Lost In Translation", "Dogville", "Greed", "The Big Parade", "Abel Gance's Napoleon", "Bicycle Thieves", "Andrei Rublev", "MI-5" (aka. Spooks) (TV), "The Wire" (TV)...
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
Wine gums (or popcorn if I'm watching Star Wars)
Are you a Netflix employee?
I like movies. I like action movies, dramas, anime, documentaries, silents, thrillers. I generally also like indies, even if I find "independent" a somewhat weird label, as if it's a genre or it says something about the movie other than how it's made, rather than what it's about. The same goes for foreign films, they can be great or they can be bad, the language doesn't affect that in any way.
I don't like Bollywood movies, the few I've seen were ridiculous and pointless. And I'm not too crazy about excessive visual violence, so I'm not going to be a "Saw"-fan anytime soon. I guess that's what happens when you get older, as a teen I would've given it no second thought.
And when I'm not watching movies? Listening to NPR or music and reading books. I only watch TV shows on DVD, so I'm usually at least one season behind.
"This is a novel about people who were punished entirely too much for what they did. They wanted to have a good time, but they were like children playing in the street; they could see one after another of them being killed - run over, maimed, destroyed - but they continued to play anyhow. We really all were very happy for a while, sitting around not toiling but just bullshitting and playing, but it was for such a terrible brief time, and then the punishment was beyond belief: even when we could see it, we could not believe it...
In Memoriam. These were comrades whom I had; there are no better. They remain in my mind, and the enemy will never be forgiven. The "enemy" was their mistake in playing. Let them play again, in some other way, and let them be happy." PKD
"You're Welcome. I was surprised that I was able to add it in a larger sized movie viewer. You ever wonder how many oddball families and little groups there are out there. Maybe it's better that we never find out."