Most of the movies we do on "Trailers Without Pity" are ones that I plan to see at some point, but I can say without equivocation that unless I end up on a transatlantic flight next year, I don't plan to ever see the lace-adorned turd that Bride Wars looks like it will be.
So it made it pretty satisfying to be able to do rip on the trailer a little.
Last night, I woke up at 3:45 a.m., sure that I was forgetting something.
I grabbed a snack and sat down in front of the computer and skimmed through my RSS feeds on Google Reader until I felt a little more caught up. I thought maybe I had a story due at work I hadn't finished or a video that needed scripting or something to e-mail to NPR. It was tough to lie still in bed with this feeling of owing something to somebody.
Usually this is a sign that I need a break.
Luckily, I'm getting one: next week I'm no vacation, I won't be doing an NPR segment (it'll be recorded in advance) and we're getting a week off from "Trailers Without Pity." I'm looking forward to doing absolutely nothing for at least a few days.
I also got a chance to see a very high-tech guitar from Gibson, the "Dark Fire." And an extra treat was that two brothers from the band Del Castillo demonstrated it for me. Awwwesome. You can see the video I shot yesterday below. Sometimes I'm very blessed to get to spend work time doing stuff like this: