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  1. I agree. I mean, I guess it was fine. It just had this air from the beginning of "An important movie" that I just didn't get at all. I'm not sure why - since a lot of movies do that thing at the end with photos of the real-life people they were based on - but the credits made me feel like I just watched a 2 hour drama version of The Goldbergs. Maybe it was all the yelling during the movie?
  2. I guess I needed a reminder to be a little more charitable in my assumptions of other people when I see them doing something I wouldn't agree with... I did my Thanksgiving grocery shopping the week before so that I didn't have to deal with extra store crowds closer to Thursday. I was prepping some dishes on Wednesday and realized I didn't have a few things I needed, so had to run to the store after all. I decided to try to get in and out as quickly as possible, ran in, grabbed a few things from produce, asked a staff member a quick question, and then headed over to the baking supplies aisle. Passed a couple of people and scanned the shelf for the herb I was looking for and then... suddenly felt completely naked and stupid as I realized I didn't have my mask on. It was only as I hurried out of the store with my shirt pulled up over my mouth and nose that I noticed the first person even giving me a funny look. I just shrugged to her and got out of there to get my mask from the car before returning. Anyway, all that is to say that not every maskless person you see in a store is a selfish anti-masker. Sometimes they're just a temporary moron who would feel really stupid but would actually be very appreciative if someone would kindly point out to them that their face was naked.
  3. Not doubting it, but is it true even when comparing similarly-priced options? Or more like when you compare $3/lb Whoppers to $9/lb Sprout malt balls? Also, do they have a better version of M&M's? Because the Smarties you get in Canada (made in UK) are definitely not as good as M&M's.
  4. I can't speak for the rest of the season yet, but the first episode of "We are the Champions" on Netflix is a fun, nutty half hour.
  5. I'm curious to hear how Toy Story 4 ended up at 49 while the original Toy Story sits at 140. The 1st was great. The 2nd was really good, too. The 3rd was a good movie until the perfect ending made it great. The 4th never should have even happened (see #3's perfect ending), and wasn't anything special. Besides my personal opinion, though, I was under the impression that #4 was generally considered the weakest.
  6. I was going to respond with something like, "Well, it couldn't be worse!" but those comments never seem to age well.