Woke up around 8:30 AM.
Showered, brushed my teeth, got dressed in my new Levi’s.
Texted Tracy. (You can assume that I continue to do this throughout the day)
Got breakfast at Twin Paradox – coffee and a cinnamon roll.
Drove my car (that was due back at 11:30 AM) back downtown to its assigned parking.
Bought a bottle of water at the Peterson’s on SW 4th.
Bought a Christmas gift for a friend at [redacted].
Saw the 11:15 AM showing of “I Am Legend” at the Pioneer Place Mall Theater. Before the movie, I noticed the one-sheet for “The Dark Knight” – and there’s a line that looks like a scrambled-letter code running along the very bottom.
The trailer for “Iron Man” looked awesome. Robert Downey, Jr., as Tony Stark? Perfection.
The trailer for “The Dark Knight” looks… iffy. Seeing a picture of Heath Ledger as the Joker > actually seeing Heath Ledger as the Joker.
Enjoyed the movie very much. Will Smith uses his friendliness and charm to show how an extrovert would be devastated by being, literally, the last man on Earth. Very suspenseful. Saw the ending coming from a mile away. Still loved the movie.
Got a slice of pizza (Green Chicken & a Caesar salad at Pizza Schmizza). Refilled my bottle of water.
Walked up to the Fox Theater to catch the 2:00 PM showing of “Juno”. It was a sold-out showing, according to the theater employee who walked in with 5 minutes until the trailers started; but there was a whole row of seats open and no one to my left or right.
Enjoyed the movie. Laughed out loud several times.
Saw a rainbow immediately after walking outside. From my angle, it appeared to terminate at Powell’s City of Books. Or possibly the Technical Store.
Took the bus back to my home neighborhood.
Had a reuben sandwich and fries from the Limelight for dinner. Stacy the waitress remembered my name, and called me “hun” several times. Made my evening.
Surfed at Twin Paradox for the last several hours. Had two cups of coffee.
Put my running clothes in the washer.
Remembered the code on the “The Dark Knight” one-sheet. Can’t find anything about it on teh google.
…and now what?