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Friday, November 23, 2012

Blade Runner

Took Kyle to soccer practice and then returned a damaged black ops video game.  Game Stop insurance saves the day.  While there, pick up another copy for Kyle, along with a new turtle beach headset.

Quick stop at home and then off to Sayville to pick up our runners packs for tomorrows charity race.  ooh , there is quench gum in the bag...Luke likes that.

Turkey sandwich for lunch.  I do a couple of miles while waiting for Kyle's practice to end.

This day in history "On November 23, 1936, the first issue of the pictorial magazine Life is published, featuring a cover photo of the Fort Peck Dam by Margaret Bourke-White.
Life actually had its start earlier in the 20th century as a different kind of magazine: a weekly humor publication, not unlike today's The New Yorker in its use of tart cartoons, humorous pieces and cultural reporting. When the original Life folded during the Great Depression, the influential American publisher Henry Luce bought the name and re-launched the magazine as a picture-based periodical on this day in 1936. By this time, Luce had already enjoyed great success as the publisher of Time, a weekly news magazine."

We take Luke to Sports Authority as no black friday would really be complete without at least a little bit of shopping.  North Face on the radar.

Good thing I took a day off work.  Time to go to physical therapy.  A quick visit where I receive ultrasound therapy, and some new therapy taping.  A broader, longer stronger kinesiology tape that the therapist says should help support me during the race tomorrow.   He thinks I should walk instead of run.  We will see.

http://www.spidertech.com/why-were-different/

Baked Ziti and Meatballs for dinner.

Luke beats me in two consecutive pool matches.

Gavin and I watched Prometheus the other night.  The same director as Blade Runner. 

A cult classic from the 1980's.  We watch the weird movie together, even though I saw it a couple of times before Gavin was born.

Photo of the day "Blade Runner"


Ridley Scott has directed some weird stuff.  

Magic Number 158

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