Wow. Continue reading
I don’t think this review is going to materialize in a solid form, so I’m going to roll with the punches and just jot down a few thoughts: Continue reading
To me, Fantastic Mr. Fox is the weirdest of Wes Anderson’s movies. For one, it’s an adaptation—though a pretty loose one. And of course it’s animated. Beautifully animated. Continue reading
So on Monday, I went to a sandwich place for lunch and got a sandwich wrapped in paper and a drink and a cookie in a plastic bag. That night, I went to the movies and got a drink and a package of M&Ms.
I felt. So. Guilty.
Today, I was better; anything disposable I got came in biodegradable cups. (Of course, we had burgers for dinner that come in plastic.) I realized the cup I have that’s stainless steel has a plastic outer shell and I’m worried it will get crunched in my bag. So I should buy one to take with me places for those times when I want soda.
My mother has decided to start saving the plastic mesh bags from oranges and my dad said he should “probably” start keeping re-usable cloth shopping bags in his car. I may have started something.
This is another case in which I began to write a blog post about The Darjeeling Limited and failed to follow through. If anyone who knows jack about film would like to start a discussion, I would invite that. Life Aquatic made me mad to the point where I wasn’t even sure how to engage with the film in order to write about it rationally. Darjeeling Limited didn’t make me as mad, but I find it to be a pretty problematic film. Here we go!
Okay….I know the above pun uses “waste” as a substitute for two different words.
My Official Reduced Waste Experiment drew to a close unexpectedly this morning. But good news first:
So pretty much every day has felt like a failure. Mostly, I have not changed anything about how I’m doing this, which is in a disorganized way. I have been watching TV in complete darkness, not cooking for myself and instead eating Cheerios for sustenance.