Gainesville trip: Day 3
Yesterday's support appointment went well and I'm not officially on three peoples' MDPs (I think that's right and I think it's "Ministry Development Plan"; it's a TLA--Three Letter Acronym). I'm excited to be giving to Crusade beginning in July and I think it's awesome that I can help out three staff people.
I played some more basketball yesterday and I'm really feelin' it today. I think I ran seven games in two days. That's not outrageous except I haven't played that much basketball in that little time since some time last year. I'm pretty sore, but it's good to be in good enough shape that I can at least run the games. I hope to play at least once more before the week's out.
Last night was all-you-can-eat (AYCE) wings at Dockside, so about six of us went over there to try and break 'em. Between us, we probably ate over 200 wings, but I can't say that I contributed too much. I think I only had 20 or so because I'm just not used to eating that much grub in one sitting. At least it wasn't AYCE pasta or pizza or something; I'm pretty sure I'd feel awful today. It was only wings and they were grilled, not breaded or fried, so I'm good to go for some more eatin' today.
Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Man, what a strange movie. Of course, if I felt any differently after watching a QT creation, I'd have to check my senses. The guy just knows how to create interesting, strange violent stuff. It's bizarre how he maintains an irony of violence without believable gore. I mean, there're people gettin' limbs lopped off and whatnot, but it looks so fake it's hardly even so disturbing as odd. I'm not talking about being desensitized, I'm talking about recognizing what parts of the film QT wants the view to feel are real.
Anyway, I think we're going to see Vol. 2 some time this week, so I wanted to make sure I'd seen the first part, first. Now, I'm off to lunch with some friends, so I'll have to pause for a bit.