Last week I took my mom to a free screening of Mira Nair’s latest film, The Namesake – which is based off of Pulitzer-Prize winning author Jhumpa Lahiri’s book of the same name. While waiting in line for the film, we were chatting with an elderly caucasian couple. It was a bizarre conversation…
So Saturday night the wife and I went out on a date. Dinner and a movie is always a fun evening out. So we hit the Richmond district and dropped into Kim Son Vietnamese Restaurant. Dinner was awesome! Afterwards we walked halfway down the block to the Balboa Theatre to see the film Pan’s Labyrinth.
On Friday Kristen and I decided to treat ourselves to a day of doing absolutely nothing productive. So we spent the day at the movies. First we caught the film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. If you don’t know who Borat is by now you are probably burried under […]
Man, if weren’t aware it has rained almost every day for the last 5 weeks. There have been maybe 6 completely-rain free days. Hell it’s raining now as I type my most eloquent words. Anyway, this weekend was mostly beautiful. Saturday there was no rain! In the evening we drove across the Golden Gate Bridge […]