The weather SUCKED all weekend long, Dennis was out of town for the weekend, so I stayed inside almost all weekend just hanging out, watching TV (and some movies I downloaded I have been meaning to catch up on!) I finially watched "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" Jim Carrey, etc. -- it was mediocre. I don't think I will save it... Blah.
Game #1 & #2 of the World Series was won by the Sox, which was great news!! It was kinda scary in game one when they were tied nine and nine! The Patriots also won Sunday's game! Yahoo!
Thanks to a friend of mine, I had free movie passes and took my neighbour, Christopher to see "Team America: World Police" -- *gag* *puke* *barf* -- I'm soooo glad I didn't PAY to see that movie!! Matt & Trey should stick to South Park!! There were a few funnies in the movie, but overall, it sucked. I don't believe the critics gave it a "B-" on Yahoo Movies! Roger Ebert says it best with his review: "Like a cocky teenager who's had a couple of drinks before the party, they don't have a plan for who they want to offend, only an intention to be as offensive as possible."
Eclipse to overshadow World SeriesBy Rocky Mountain News
October 23, 2004
Wednesday night's matchup between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals will make World Series history, no matter what happens on the field.
For the first time, a total lunar eclipse will occur during a World Series game, according to astronomer Joe Rao, a columnist for Space.com.
Weather permitting, the eclipse will be visible to fans at Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis, where Game 4 is scheduled, Rao said.
The eclipse will be visible across most of the United States, including all of Colorado. The partial phase of the eclipse begins at 7:14 p.m. MDT.
The moon's disk will be completely blotted out by the Earth's shadow between 8:23 and 9:45, according to Sky & Telescope magazine.
The University of Denver's Chamberlin Observatory will host an eclipse-watching event from 8 to 11 p.m. at 2930 E. Warren Ave.