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Dark Knight at Midnight [Jun. 27th, 2008|05:29 pm]
Tomas Gallucci
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I will be making a public appearance on Friday, July 18 at midnight at the Opry Mills IMAX theater for the midnight showing of Dark Knight. While I do already have an entourage, you may still join our merry little group by first purchasing your tickets and then contacting me via the normal channels.

Also, I will be on vacation that week, so while I should still be online (as I have several writing projects that I plan on attacking that week) I may be out of pocket for blocks of time during the week as I attend to personal matters. However, you need to book me now for that week as I will be available for pretty much anything.

In other news, there is currently a little wager that Dark Knight's box office heist will make Luke Ass' Indiana Jones and the Skullfucking take look like child's play; I'm considering upping the ante and adding opening weekend to the wager. Either way, if you want to get in on the action, leave a comment below.

I'll see you at the theater!

[User Picture]From: ehowton
2008-06-30 05:56 pm (UTC)
If Only

If only I could join you
If only we were free
We would watch some movies
IMAX and T.V.

If only I could join you
If only for a day
Oh the fun we'd have
Watching what we may

If only I could join you
If only you were close
I can almost taste the popcorn
Not quite, but almost

If only you weren't retarded
If only you didn't suck
You mental infirmity haunts me
There's nothing you haven't fucked up

If only you'd learn your lesson
If only you had a desire to live
Nothing will ever move forward
Its yourself you need to forgive

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[User Picture]From: schpydurx
2008-06-30 06:14 pm (UTC)
The further I read, the darker your poem became.

I can't believe I'm actually going to say this, but I think I would have preferred the poem stay on the light side. Heh.
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