Greg Cohoon (drmellow) wrote,
Greg Cohoon
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We're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat

Jaws was great last night. I'm glad that I finally got a chance to see it, and it was really great seeing it in a theater, on a big screen, with lots of other people in the room. One of the great things about seeing movies in the theater instead of on your TV is the audience participation. When they finally got the shark, the people in the theater burst into applause. They applauded at the end of the movie, too, during the credits. A fun time was had by all.

After the movie, we headed up the road to check on The Mantis Cache, which had recently been severely muggled when it was the focus of a front-page newspaper article. I had found the cache about a month ago, and it's really in a cool location of downtown Greensboro. We were hoping that it would still be there. After poking around a little bit, yarbiedoll discovered it and everyone signed the log. It was pretty cool.

I topped off the night by noticing that Dirty Dancing was on WE when I got home. Now, I don't watch WE, because it's "Woman's Entertainment." But, whenever I notice that WE is showing Dirty Dancing, I watch it. That's just how it goes, 'cause nobody puts Baby in the corner!
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