Batman Begins and Jack Writes

I find that the best way to begin a sentence to simply begin. Now to some of you that may seem like common sense, but you are not the people sending me notes asking for advice. Tjat should not be seen as an attempt to make disparaging remarks about them, if I wanted to do that I would come right out and lambast them by name.

So to Shaggy Disproportionately large head monster and Woolly Eared Mama I say feh and a pox on you.

I finally saw Batman Begins. Now there was a fine flick. I enjoyed it tremendously, immensely and wholeheartedly. Years ago when people said wholeheartedly I would respond by saying that I thought it was only worth a vena cava or a left ventricle, but people never did find that funny. Well screw them, I have always been my own best audience, not to mention lover, best friend, confidante, critic what have you.

The movie was worth every penny. I paid in copper just because I wanted to see how long it would take to count 800 pennies. The people behind me in line were so impressed that they offered to pay for me. I have rarely seen such generosity.

As I watched the movie I realize that I really have always felt like a man apart, a person with two identities. but I am ok with that.

Another thing about the movie- cool car. I have got to get one of those because man would it solve the problems I have with being stuck in traffic.

Came across a few more blogs who thought that they were cool by listing the types of liberals that exist and why they are a plague. Noticed that there were an equal number of blogs listing similar items about conservatives.

Call me crazy but I think that you are all in dire need of a good blow job, getting laid, three day bender or week in a spa. You pick whichever one of the aforementioned will help to remove your head from you ass and replace it with a unit that doesn’t just talk but acts as well.

If you don’t like the world do something about it besides bug the 17 of us that read your blog.

The BTK man is one scary dude. I don’t know how anyone can recount these stories so dispassionately.

Dennis Rader who pleaded guilty to 10 counts of murder and waived his right to a jury trial, chillingly recounted how he gave one woman a glass of water after she threw up, then strangled her with a rope as her children, locked in a nearby bathroom, screamed.

In another case he hung an 11-year-old girl in the basement of her home and masturbated by her body, after killing her parents and a 9-year-old brother upstairs.”

When he goes to prison I won’t mind if Bubba makes him a playtoy for a while, what a sick, sick man.

I shouldn’t laugh at this story, but it just cracks me up because it reeks of tabloid humor.

Paul Abdul Urges Tougher Nail Salon Standards

“Abdul, who is also a judge on “American Idol,” said a trip in April 2004 to a Studio City nail shop that used unclean manicure equipment became a yearlong ordeal that sent her in and out of the hospital, and made her the butt of late-night talk show jokes.

“What I saw fly out of my thumb was a green and yellow thick substance that smelt foul, and then blood, blood, blood,” Abdul told the California Senate Business and Professions Committee in Sacramento. “Being a professional dancer, I’m no stranger to pain, but this time the pain was so excruciating that even my hair touching my thumb caused me to scream.”

More to say and more to come, but for now I’ll have to sign off to attend to some other duties.

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11 Comments

  1. Jack's Shack June 28, 2005 at 5:11 pm

    Hi Vince,

    I agree. I think that the darker aspect was very cool. I appreciated the background because it gives you a framework for looking at Batman, meaning that now you begin to understand how he learned how to fight and how he got such cool toys to play with.

  2. vince June 28, 2005 at 5:01 pm

    I thought Batman Begins rawked. I never could quite reconcile the Burton (though I do love his work) and especially Schumacher images of Batman with the comic book version. I’ve read some bad reviews of this new one, and just didn’t agree. The stark darkness of it was just perfect. The whole Bruce Wayne, Ninja bit was a little silly, but apparently that’s an element that had been introduced into the comic series a little while ago to help fill in some of the character’s back story.

    And about BTK…this guy’s obviously all about control and manipulation. He’ll be on the receiving end of that proposition in prison (in more ways than one, heh), and couldn’t think of a better way to punish him. Legally, that is.

  3. Stacey June 28, 2005 at 3:37 pm

    He doesn’t deserve another breath. A miserable life is still a life — and this is what has been denied his victims. He’s a waste of space.

    Maybe someone will take him out in prison, as was done to Dahmer.

  4. Jack's Shack June 28, 2005 at 3:30 pm

    I imagine someone will f*** him up in jail.

    I hate to admit it, but I kind of want to see that happen.

  5. kitkat June 28, 2005 at 3:25 pm

    It’s probably good that the BTK guy didn’t get the death penalty–it’s too quick and painless. I imagine someone will f*** him up in jail.

  6. Jack's Shack June 28, 2005 at 3:23 pm

    Chaim,

    That was one of the dumbest lines I have heard in a long time. I thought that overall she was ok, not great, at times good.

    She didn’t really sell me.

  7. Chaim June 28, 2005 at 2:52 pm

    I didnt get Katie Holmes explanation at the end for why she doesnt love him anymore, cause he isnt the free-spirited happy go lucky 9 year old boy anymore, instead he is a crime fighter with a mask? Thought was a cheap way out.

  8. Jack's Shack June 28, 2005 at 2:45 pm

    It is Batman’s humanity that always got me. He didn’t have any superpowers, just his mind and physical skills.

    But I agree with you on all of your points, it was very realistic, if you can call something like this realistic.

  9. Chaim June 28, 2005 at 2:40 pm

    I saw Batman also last night, and I really loved it, and I wasn’t so into seeing it because I was always more of a Superman/Spiderman guy, Batman was too angry at life. But this was really a good film, and the most realistic comic, cause you felt like he really was just a guy with issues who was trying to redeem himself. And whoah, tons of great actors on board, and the joker gimme at the end was a great treat.

  10. Jack's Shack June 28, 2005 at 1:36 pm

    He is a scary dude.

  11. Stacey June 28, 2005 at 4:04 am

    I am so disappointed that Dennis Rader can’t get the death penalty.

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