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Slow Day

>>After about a half-hour of debating with myself, I caved and saw Resident Evil: Apocalypse last night. I don't think I've ever entered a movie theater with lower expectations for a film, but this one was a pleasant surprise. It was a classic, "so-bad-it-was-good" kind of movie, complete with horrible acting, corny catch phrases, and a total lack of a plot. I really enjoyed Resident for a few other reasons:

1) Hot women
2) Zombies
3) Hot women killing said zombies with big guns

It had everything one looks for in a gory action flick, and there's nothing more badass than girls killing zombies with an assortment of cool-looking weapons. In addition to that, the jerk characters got eaten by the zombies who escaped the wrath of the girls with the guns. I'd give this movie four stars, but that isn't enough. 12 1/2 stars.

>>After the movie, three of my friends and I had a smallish night on the town, which involved nothing more than a quick stop for ice cream and playing around with a digital camera in a SMS parking lot. And we had a great time doing just that, too, with non-stop laughs and smiles along the way. If I can, I'll post the pictures that are appropriate for a blog such as this one. (Meagan and Regina had a little bit too much fun with the camera, if you know what I mean.)

>>Harvard: We Suck. I don't think I even need to comment on this, other than to say that it's clearly the prank of the century.
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