Daft Manner

One thing I've been doing a lot lately is watching television shows on DVD. It's a much more efficient method by which one may ingest televised material. I've gone through all seasons of a few shows, but most recently The Sopranos. Now, I've seen The Sopranos from beginning to end, but it's been many years and I can't remember all the plot twists and turns and what-have-you. I remember it ending (spoiler alert?) abruptly, but watching it again re-reminded how absolutely witless that series ended. I guess it emphasizes  one very important thing about life: it's not about the ending, it's about the journey. I know, that's pretty cliche, but that show was really great, but ended in the most daft manner. Is the measure of the entire piece of art dictated by the final instant? No, the show is still maddeningly entertaining and cleaver, creative and innovative.

I'm currently making my way through Dexter, and I'll be starting Breaking Bad today with my dad. Thursdays have become our hang out day and we thought it would be fun to get into a series together.

Anyway, I have 2 more seats for the fashion show. Remember: it's in the middle of the day on a Thursday, and it's $150. I'm not trying to discourage you, I'm just wanting to enable you to make a fully informed decision.