Watching Someone Else’s Movies

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I’ve been doing more than a bit of spring cleaning around the apartment, mainly because I have high designs to move in the next month or so, regardless of certain applications and decisions. First came the bookcase. Next up was the pantry. Now I’m on to my entertainment console, which is probably the last place people think about spring cleaning.

I’m not sure if I’ll really be doing that much of an overhaul, but after multiple discussions in the past week about TV shows (“do you watch XX?” Me: yes (ALWAYS)), I’ve realized it may be time to dig through my movie collection. When my sister and I moved into separate apartments, we split the stuff in the most logical way—I got the kitchen stuff because I was the only one who cooked things, and Allie inherited the living room (and a leather couch I still miss). But for some reason, I ended up with all of my dad’s DVDs…which is amazing. I now own things like the complete Rambo set, a trilogy of Clint Eastwood movies, and unopened copies of Phantom of the Opera. Since I’ve been feeling sentimental lately, I’ve decided to watch through my dad’s movies. And since i fucking LOVE lists, I’ll be keeping track on the movies page up on the menu bar.

Feel free to borrow a flick anytime.

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