... Okay, so they don't really. But it seems like it! *sticks out tongue at Monday*
Only only two more weeks and then exams. That's three weeks only someone finally hands me my diploma. I can make it, right? Right?
Has anyone else had to read John Rawles Law of Peoples for a philosophy course? I need to commiserate regarding the intense evil of this book, and political philosophy in general. X_x;;;;
On the bright side, 28 Weeks Later is out. I can't wait to see it, even though I've heard tell that it's very gory. I can't imagine it's gory on the scale of the Hills Have Eyes remake, though, and as long as it doesn't reach that level, I'll be okay. And it's British!Zombies. Who could ask for anything more?
(Actually, I can-- the 9th Doctor and Rose, fighting British!Zombies. ^__^)
Also, word on the street is that Smallville's Lana Lang will be in another car crash. Here's hoping she *dies* this time. No do-overs, do you hear me, Clark? Actually, I think she should get squished by a big ol' meteor, since she's always whinging on about her parents. Then, once she's just a big pink stain on the street, her evil (and clearly meteor-mutant related) spell over Clark (and every other male on the show. grrr...) will be broken, and we can go back to the lovely sexual tension between Clark and Lex. It wasn't too late for Harry Osborne, Lex-- take a page out of his book! Now, wouldn't *that* be awesome? Clark and Lex, fighting on the same side, snarking and bantering and saving the whole freaking world? Lana, in the meantime, can go to the special hell reserved for Characters That Are Glorified For No Good Reason, along with Samantha Carter (post season three), Mary Jane Watson, and Maggie Beckett from Sliders. ^___^
Have a nice day, ladies! May your Mondays be relatively inoffensive, or at least easily defeated! ^_^