Archive for January, 2012
. . . first steps to a world where access to quality education is not necessarily dictated by where you are placed on day 1.
miles to go of course, ¬†but its nice to see institutions taking the lead in exploring ground which may one day dramatically alter the model they currently work to.
Well this is new. . .
Mr. Max Reinhardt for the tip off
(Max Reinhardt > Fiona Talkington. For the record.)
Truly, never heard anything like it. my mind is blown.
¬£11.50 from the band camp for the hard copy cd business.
Way more dust been disturbed by the Numero Group.
This is all i’ve heard from the compilation¬†in question¬†though. . . (not going to do the part time blogger this-tracks-good-so-the-whole-record-is-dope-and-i’ll-have-got-blog-points-for-having-heard-it-and-loved-it-before-everyone-else trick).
So the post kind of stops here.
Although, extrapolating the quality of past compilations I have purchased from them – the chances are this will be great.
Usually slow ones. With plots that seem far more complex than they are. I like to feel I’m furthering myself rather than enjoying myself.
Margin Call was pretty absorbing considering the plot never leaves the office. And I spend enough of my time in a oh so similar office as it is.
My attention waned during Moneyball. Never understood Baseball. Or tried to. But I really enjoyed several of the scenes where Billy Beane (Brad) lost his rag. Smashing the changing room water cooler was pretty great.
I also really like Jonah Hill. And even more so; the idea that he studied Economics at Yale.
So yeah. 2 films. both watched in the dead of a Saturday night. alone. Make of the this what you will.