Monday, January 29, 2007

Losing Love Is Like A Window In Your Heart

I do not wish to discuss Saturday's hockey game between the Maple Leafs and the Canadiens.

As a Habs fan, I will say this. It was, in one word, ugly. In two words, very disturbing. In three words, flat out ridiculous. In four words, the Habs were horrible.

I made up for the abysmal hockey game, by watching Notes On A Scandal. The plot is simple; they did a similar story on Dawson's Creek. However, what makes the film worthwhile is the performance of Dame Judi Dench. If you need a reason to view this film, if would be to watch Dench. She does such a great job, that you can't help feel creeped out and impressed at the same time.

Anyway, I am pumped up about the items I took out from the library today:

Paul Simon - Graceland
Leonard Cohen - Book Of Longing
Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill
New Yorker - Nov. 2006

I am probably the only person who would get "pumped up" about the things he takes out from the library.

The Hek

*Be sure to check out Episode 27 of The Audio Circus*


Anonymous said...

Um excuse me, aspiring Librarian anyone?


Anonymous said...

What are you talking about? Those are great albums.

- Mr. Wood

Eric Rosenhek said...

Me....a Librarian? Acutally, I was a Jr. Librarian when I was in Grade Five and Six.

Mr.Wood: They are fantastic albums. I'm pumped up about having them.

T-Bone said...

"you can call me al"

great song off that paul simon album.

Eric Rosenhek said...

certainly is.