Thursday, August 9, 2007

Stalkers and Stardust

OK. So I have some advice for all of you out there. Don't give your phone number to strangers, especially at Walmart. It just isn't smart. I am 29 and it is a lesson I had to learn the hard way. A lot of F words and a police report later, things are now ok. I am going back to boycotting Walmart. Before it was because I thought it was a terrible establishment due to their hostel take over of our country, I am adding stalkers to the list of awful things that come out of Walmart.

Second piece of advice, Go and see the movie "Stardust". I saw the sneak preview a couple of weeks ago and I loved it. I am going to see it tomorrow night (opening night) again. I could have walked out of the theater and walked right back in to see it a second time, that was how good it was. It could have been that I was on a date with my very best friend which made it so good, but I think the movie had something to do with it.

6 comments:

Dainon said...

You date your best friends? And ... was it you throwing out F-bombs? We all know you're one of the sailor-swearing variety.

ThomCarter.com said...

While at times the F-Bomb can be liberating, please share more details about your usage . . . I would like to judge!

Also, your best friend? Don't most people want to marry their best friend?

Again, just want to judge from 3,000 miles away! (wink)

Sarita said...

I am anxious to see this and other movies. As you may well know Angie since I have started soliciting your company for them on a regular basis.

I ended up not going last night as I probably would've fallen asleep regardless.

My uncle is an executive at WalMart and hears our grievances on a regular basis. I will add stalkers to the list.

Angie said...

I was not the one using the F word, although I would have liked to. He became quite irate when I tried to cut off contact.

As for dating my best friend, it was Erin and SHE is a girl. So marriage to her is not an option. . . at least not in this state.

Alissa said...

Did you read the book yet? I think the book is probably better than the movie. Of course, I haven't seen the movie yet so I can't judge...

ThomCarter.com said...

You're right it would be hard to marry your best friend . . .

I went to see Stardust at your recommendation and I really liked it. Thanks!