The bachelor life.

My wife and daughter are away in Florida this week, visiting family. I got to stay home. Needless to say I plan on lounging on the couch in my boxers for the foreseeable future.

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Solomon Kane: pulpy goodness on Netflix

Whether it’s due to insomnia or agoraphobia, I watch a lot of Netflix. There’s a lot of crap on Netflix, but sometimes I’m pleasantly surprised – and Solomon Kane left me feeling that way.

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Weird-Ass Movie Review: John Dies at the End

What is this I don't even

I’ll be honest – I don’t know what the fuck is going on here.

Once again I found myself effectively chained to my desk chair yesterday as a result of the wife feeling under the weather and unable to contribute to caring for our daughter to any real degree, so I spent large swathes of time watching goofy shit on Netflix while feeding a seven-week-old infant.  One  of the things I watched was John Dies at the End, and I really don’t know what to say about this one, folks – it’s definitely weird.

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Greetings, programs!

If there’s something I have an abundance of right now, it’s time spent immobilized on the couch or the computer chair while a hungry four-week-old sucks down a bottle of formula.  Lucky for me Netflix has an auto-run feature once you get it going; as a result I’ve been catching up on more television and movies that I’ve missed.  The latest series I’ve finally been able to catch has been Tron: Uprisingand so far I’m really enjoying it.

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Netflix: better than Zoloft.

Tiny little screen but who cares?

Thank god for that mobile app.

Netflix totally preserved my sanity last weekend, as I got to sit and watch the wife get poked and prodded for nearly 72 hours straight by a wide range of medical professionals.  Not only that, but I’ve been able to re-enter modern society to a degree thanks to the amount of time I’ve been spending watching cartoons that came out years ago.

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Samurai Jack comes to Netflix.

Bless you, Genndy Tartakovsky.


I had a few hours of downtime yesterday and as the wife was passed out on the couch I decided to load up Netflix on my computer in the hopes that maybe something new and interesting had been added; my curiosity was rewarded when I discovered that the first season of Genndy Tartakovsky’s Samurai Jack had been added.

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