Hey pals. I missed you guys. I changed up the Q&A logo on you. How do you like my 'stache?
I slept as little as possible this past weekend so I wouldn't miss a single minute of my Boston trip.
I'm still catching up on my glamorous life (read: laundry + grocery shopping), but I'll share some highlights with you later this week.
Today, let's talk movies.
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Q: Name your quintessential
movie. And your quintessential southern movie. New York
. . .
Jack Taylor to daughter Maggie: Maggie, when you grow up and are incredibly beautiful and intelligent and possess a certain sweetness that's... that's like a distant promise to the brave, to the worthy, could you please not beat to a pulp every miserable bastard that comes your way simply because you can? Could you not do that?
Maggie: Okay, Daddy.
Joe Fox: Brinkley is my dog. He loves the streets of New York as much as I do, although he likes to eat bits of pizza and bagels off the sidewalk and I prefer to buy them.
Kathleen Kelly: What will NY152 say today, I wonder. I turn on my computer. I wait impatiently as it connects. I go online, and my breath catches in my chest until I hear three little words: You've got mail. I hear nothing. Not even a sound on the streets of New York, just the beating of my own heart. I have mail. From you.
Truvy: Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion.
Truvy to Clairee: This is the 80's Clairee. If you can achieve puberty, you can achieve a past.
Truvy: What are your colors Shelby?
Shelby: Blush and Bashful.
M'Lynn: Her colors are pink and pink.
Ouiser Boudreaux: This is it, I've found it, I'm in hell.
There are so many great NYC + Southern movies, I had a hard time narrowing my list.
What are some of your favorites?