Friday, June 17, 2005
LS: So did you ask that guy about Batman?
Dad: Yes I did. He said it has a gross scene with maggots.
LS: That's OK, though, isn't it?
Dad: Well, I'm not really sure.
LS: C'mon, Dad!
Dad: I'll think about it.
LS: This guy gets to see movies before everyone else?
Dad: Yes, he's a reviewer. He sees the movies and writes the reviews we read in the newspapers or online, or hear on TV and radio.
LS: There are jobs like this?
LS: For money?
Dad: Yes. You have to learn how to write and watch movies though. You go to college.
LS: You go to college to learn how to watch movies?
Dad: Maybe, or you go to learn how to write. English, or journalism.
LS: (pause) You're kidding, right?
Her current career goal is to be a police officer, or an FBI agent.
The other gentlemen at NARN will handle chores this weekend and the show will be good with state Rep. Phil Krinkie to talk about his run for the Sixth CD's Republican nomination, and Doctor Zin of Regime Change Iran to discuss the elections underway there. I'll be at the Spass Tag parade with my church's float. See you Monday.