Well, another day has gone by. That's how it works I guess. Today was an interesting day. Once again, it started at midnight with a few things going on. My friend was in town and we played the game Even More Contraptions. It's part of the Incredible Machine series. That's where one makes Rube Goldberg Machines on a computer in order to do certain tasks. (Rube Goldberg machines are awesome by the way, a bunch of simple machines working together to do a small task, sweet.)
Well, that was eventful. Afterward I slept for more hours than usual and then watched part of the movie Surf's Up. An excellent cartoon if I do say so myself. Later on I watched the first rugby game I can remember. It was pretty cool, and super exciting, but I don't know if I want to play... (I tried once and almost hurt myself up pretty bad. I'll feel better when I have my confirmed safety.)
Well that was fun, but now on to the meat of my day. I went and saw the movie Madea Goes to Jail. This of course is a Tyler Perry movie. My second, and it's been quite a while. However, today I went to a theater that appeals to audiences that like that kind of movie. Alright, I'll be honest, I was a white guy sitting as the only one in a black theater. Frankly, it was one of the best experiences of my life. The amount of interaction with the movie entertained me immensely. I'm the kind of person that laughs out loud a lot during movies, and likes to lean over every once in a while to whomever's with me and share my opinion on some little aspect of the movie.
Moving on, it was not only an excellent film, but my experience in the theater was amazing. I may start going to black movies in black theaters more often.
Oh and then tonight I watched Hitch. Of course that is one of my favorite movies ever, because not only is Will Smith one of the best actors EVER, but that movie goes to show that people fall in love with who you really are, rather than someone you're trying to be.
I know this seems to be getting pretty deep for a blog, especially considering the kind of stuff I like to talk about, but heck, depth is just as important as information. I should do this more often. Wow, no one is probably reading this, great. Way to waste your time Chris.
Well goodbye nobody.