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I'm trying to write a script for my philosophy video. I'm making a philosophy video for extra credit for my class. I think of going to do it on Socrates, but I might go for existential philosophy and do Sartre. That way I can use the Alice in Chains song "No Excuses." Evidently, I've encountered some type of idea block. Which is why I'm writing right now.

Speaking of blocks, I hope that Access Denied is doing well. I've checked out all of the sites on the links page to see how everyone is doing. I'm really glad I got the opportunity to participate in doing this. I deleted my files last night and switched them over to a protected folder on my KonnektedTwin site. It took a lot of time to change the code on all 19 of my video pages and then a lot more time to upload the 40 files (207MB worth) to the new server, but I feel much better now. It was good to do that and I feel proud to support the creative fan community. Plus, I got the chance to make a really pretty banner-type thing. It's like 300KB, but it was a lot of fun to make.

I was going to see Down with Love this weekend but my van broke and I didn't get the chance to see it. Fortunately for me, my dad worked on it all day long today and fixed it so I can go to my class tomorrow. I would not be very happy if I missed my class. Especially since it's like the last one. I love my teacher so much! Anyway, I did get the chance to see The Ewok Adventure on Saturday. I had never seen it before, and it was pretty cool. It's definitely more for kids than grownups, though.

Speaking of movies, I have always wanted to write about the movie Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Has anyone else seen this one? It has George Burns, Steve Martin, Peter Frampton, the Bee Gees, Alice Cooper, and Aerosmith in it. It's basically a musical that utilizes a bunch of Beatles songs into this crazy story. I loved it, but I think I am the only one.

Also, happy 59th birthday Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca). Did you know that this guy is 7 ft. 3?