Yesterday was an interesting day.
Julie had a "girl's night out" with some of her friends at a festival in the city. I stayed at her place for a bit and hung out with her mom and sisters. Her mom beat me at Scrabble, again, and I watched the first two Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy episodes with her sisters.
Later on, Cory and I ended up watching Dead Man, a strange black and white film starring Johnny Depp as an accountant accused of a double-murder out on the western frontier. I won't stoop to call Depp's performance "quirky," but he plays an odd character in an intriguing way. The movie had plenty of hilarious moments, but the most striking thing was the feeling that it portrayed life in the American West much more realistically than your average Hollywood western.
After a few games of billiards, and a few rounds of Soul Calibur 2, Cory took off and I headed upstairs to check my various downloads. I was pleased and confused to find my download of Cornelius' new PM album showing up in my "uploads" pane - when it didn't even show as being finished in the "downloads" pane. Lo and behold, I had a complete copy of it that never registered as being downloaded. Twilight zone. It's an interesting album, but definitely not easy-listening Cornelius-style. The best bit was when I went to cornelius-sound.com and found the flash link. My favorite little game is the lightning-bug one - I spent a good 15 minutes making music with Cornelius. What a great time.
I went to sleep and woke up to a completed Panther 7B68 build download, well, CD1 of it at least.