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I mananged to keep myself busy this weekend. I didn't want to just loaf around.





Friday I went to go see Unleashed
It was a fun movie. It was a different movie for Jet Li.  Morgan
Freeman was cool, but he usually is. I've seen a couple of Luc Besson's
films. He usually picks some very pretty actresses for his films. Then
for dinner I had some skirt steak that I cut up and marinated in Trader
Joe's Thai Red Curry Sauce.



Then on Saturday I took the Gold Line down town and went to Phillipes,
the home of the French Dip Sandwich. Damn that was a good sandwich.
They have a whole bunch of different types of French Dip Sandwiches. I
had the classic beef.  And I also had some pecan pie.  Then I
walked around China Town a little bit. Then I took the train back to
the Southwest Museum of the American Indian.  They are part of the Autry Museum of the American West.
I hadn't been there before so I went and checked it out. They have a
large section on the California Indians and it's broken down into
Northern, Central and Southern California.  I stayed there for a
little while and then took the train back home.  I veged out for
the night, then I went to a Midnight showing of Enter the Dragon
at the Rialto Theater in South Pasadena. I saw The Life of Brian there
last week.  Enter the Dragon was kind of a cheesy movie compared
to today's movies, but it is over 30 years old.  It was the first
of Bruce Lee's movies to hit it big in this country.  But it was
fun. The Rialto is a cool theater though.  Next weekend is the
Rocky Horror Picture Show. I went a couple of times when I was in high
school, but I never because a regular.  After a while it just got
to be tedious. But a couple of times is fun, just to say that I did it.
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