Wednesday, July 23, 2008

90s kid.

I've been going through all my old vhs (yes I know, packrat)
but to be honest my parents were kind of slow to get on the technology wagon, we probably didn't get a dvd player till I was in second grade so that would've been 2000-2001. It's alright though because it reminds me of a life I enjoyed so much, so far.
A few of my favorite movies from the 90s were The Pagemaster, Cats Don't Dance, We're Back. I really had a thing for animated movies with talking animals and books. So anyways, I found a Vhs of Jane Eyre (1985 version) still wrapped up in plastic. Shows how much I was into the classics.
I've found a LOT of Barney, and I admit, barney was my vice, though I doubt I would need one at that age. I've also found Earthworm Jim, I know so old. and Backstreet Boys oh and my mom's One Night Only Ricky Martin. wow to think we still have all of these. not to mention Beauty and The Beast, Oliver and Company , A Goofy Movie, and so much more Disney. I'm a total sucker for Disney. 

I don't know where this post is going but what I can say from watching 90s movies and movies of the "21st century" the quality of the picture is better, but the actual movies' plots suck badly. I don't care much for them and I would rather stick to my Vhs player for a while.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

The Spark is Gone, I guess.

I don't really feel anymore. In general I mean. I went to see them on monday, things weren't the same, the feelings I once had, had vanished. Have I come to realize my foolish, childish crushes? If there was anything I needed right now, it'd probably be a relationship. 

Saturday, July 12, 2008

washed away disney memories

So recently I've been remembering old birthdays and what not because I really have nothing better to be thinking about right now. So I was remembering around 1997-1998 a place that was owned by disney in thousand oaks, california. Now as I recall my 4th birthday or 5th birthday was there, and it's name was Club Disney. Basically it was an indoor playground, or what my mind wants me to think of it as. I remember flubber and pizza. So... I basically wish it were still open today, but they all closed down probably because where they opened these playgrounds were in suburbs and, to be quite honest, who would care? (that is besides me) I remember I got a hercules puzzle there, which I thought was the coolest thing in the world (keeping in mind I was at a young age.

Now I've actually tried talking about this place to friends (they thought I had lost my mind) but thinking about it, they never knew about it because there probably wasn't much advertisement on it. either that or it was just as expensive as disneyland. But, I knew about it. (that could be the fact that I have a parent working at disney but it could just mean I've been raised in disney crap for my entire life)

Anyways, I bring this place up because it was probably the only memory of childhood I could almost vividly remember, being in that neon-ish green room with clips of flubber playing on a tv screen, it's just like chuck e. cheese, only disneyfied. ya, totally something I'd go to now even in the middle of my teens. 

They should bring it back, make more loot, its places like that, that put the money in my mom's wallet.

Friday, July 4, 2008

well posting is something I should do.

Feliz 4th de Julio. 
I've been cleaning my room, I'll make something worth reading later.