Shame about the staph yes, and the poor kid is again on heavy duty meds for that, but the doc feels pretty certain that they should kick the infection upside it's fricken annoying head this time, so it's not all doom and gloom. I must admit after all that skin graft talk last week, I was starting to crap my dacks.
The okay from the doctor has put me at ease and on a new high, team that with an upcoming four day weekend, and the world is looking mighty peachy for me again. Might even brave the Hepatitis B riddled Ballarat Show and hit the ferris wheel and the ghost train with Dib for a bit of stupid fun, we sure could use some stupid fun!
It has felt a bit like Groundhog Day lately, need to do something to break the routine, perhaps The Annual Agricultural Show is just what we need in our lives right now - Christ, I never thought I would ever write that sentence - it is truly desperate times!
Release Date: 1993
Running Time: 101 mins
This film is a great example of quality comedy, and the extreme lengths that Bill Murray goes to in order to win Andie MacDowell's heart, also makes it a memorable romance movie.
An arrogant weatherman (Murray) is assigned the job of covering the annual Groundhog Day event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. He becomes stuck in a time loop and begins repeating the same day over and over again, soon realising that he is going to have to make the best of it when even suicide attempts fail to release him from his 'Groundhog Day' hell.
Directed by Harold Ramis, this is a really clever and enjoyable rom-com, showcasing all of Murray's talents and delivering just the right amount of humour to make it a winner.
FINAL SAY: I've got you babe.
4 Chili Peppers