January 12, 2011
Thanks to Scott Sumner I watched Turtles Can Fly. You bastard. Same goes for whoever put together the english-language trailer.
That was a superb film — I must watch it again.
I can’t follow anything else in this post (beside the link), including
and much more (must be all inside jokes, eh?)
There’s a famous quote from a movie I never saw (“Freaks”) that goes “Gooba gabba, gooba gabba, one of us, one of us!”. One of the most notable characters is an armless legless man.
As for “teageegeepea”, it’s just a meaningless string of consonants. And if you’re not already familiar with me, how did you get here? Trackback from Sumner’s?
I checked out a bit of your blog. Are you seriously a homeopath? I’ve never talked to one of them before.
from a movie I never saw
Well, I was a homeopath. Actually, I am no longer a homeopath nor do I have a special place for them in my heart! (smile)
Kev (I might just shorten your name from now on), I’ll have to remember to watch that some time. I just downloaded “Herod’s Law” though, and that takes priority.
Sabio, if you’ve got some good homeopath stories that might be a decent substitute to talking to a practicing homeopath.
Sure, I have those on my list to post. Is there something in particular you’d like to hear about or are concerned about. Give me some inspiration here!
The obvious starter question to me would be how you became a homeopath. More info can spark more questions.
Interesting that I saw your post just as I was going across this post:
of Sumner’s favorite movies of the decade, most of which are foreign. I notice that Turtles Can Fly isn’t too high on his own list, and it’s a long list.
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