I have a few friends that have become vegan, and they're really into the diet. I understand the reasons why they've become vegan, but I still haven't become full-on vegan. I obviously know that too much meat is bad for me, but I eat it not because of the nutrition, but for the taste. It's sort of like asking everyone to go sugarless for the rest of their lives. We all know it's good for us, but we're all addicted to it, so we can't.
El Camino is the movie I guess not a lot of us expected to see. The movie takes place pretty much after the series finale of Breaking Bad. They even have a little recap of what had happened before the movie starts. After all it's been six years since the series finale. That's a long time, and I'm sure not a lot of people remember every little detail of Breaking Bad since then.
I'd heard of Geostorm way back when. I saw the trailers for it when it first came out, and I thought it would be interesting to watch, because I can be a sucker for disaster movies. This one stars Gerard Butler as the star character Jake Lawson. The guy who basically invents and creates the "Dutch Boy" program. Basically it's this computerized system up in the Earth's orbit to combat global warming. Well not really global warming, just the resulting storms from global warming.
I didn't know what to think when I decided to watch Batteries Not Included. It's not a very well known movie, and I've never heard of it before. I looked at who was in the movie, and for the most part, I didn't know anyone in the movie. Although, Brad Bird was said to have helped with the screenplay for this movie. I only recognized Brad Bird's name from Pixar movies. If he's good at making Pixar movies, then he's got to be good at writing this one too, right?
The definition of an introverted person is someone that is interested in their own affairs. They are generally shy people that don't want to interact with others. In contrast to an introvert, we have an extroverted person who is confident in socializing with strangers.
Recently, I've had mechanical issues with my car, and the cost of fixing it has become astronomical! I then started to debate whether I should buy a new car or get the car fixed. My insurance cost would stay low if I stuck with my current car, but will it break again? It took me eight years for my car insurance to gradually get this low, am I going to start from scratch again with another car? Then I realized, why do I need such a fancy car? I don't need all the bells and whistles, it just needs to go from point "A" to point "B." If this was truly the case, why don't I buy a super cheap economical car and save on insurance as well? Then it dawned on me, I spend more than I really know because of my own vanity. Some of those economical cars are pretty ugly, and I couldn't be caught dead in them. Is my economic well-being worth sacrificing to fit a certain lifestyle? The money I spend on my car could be spent for a better life.