I went to see Up at the Galaxy, here in Guelph, tonight. As soon as I was about to pay the cashier tells me it isn’t 3D… it’s just the regular 2D Up. The family and I walked out. I rarely go to see a film in a theatre anymore: it’s too expensive and not as comfortable as my living room. But a Pixar film that’s 3D! That’s worth seeing and I was excited to see the Galaxy website said it was still on. The jerks didn’t say it wasn’t being shown in 3D on the website, though. Wanted to get people coming out by hook or by being a crook.
I was very disappointed. It was a treat, several months back, seeing Coraline in 3D.
If wishes were horses
Golbing Time Dimension
- Using Excel to generate Inserts for SQL Server
- Junior Rangers
- How long does it take to become a good writer?
- Laurier in Chain e-mails on Immigration
- SQL Server 2005 file sizes and filegrowth
- Creating a SQL Server database by script
- Old Growth Forest in Ontario
- Meet the Robinsons
- Query to return table rowcounts & identity values in SQL Server
- Cycling from Oshawa to Montreal – Day 4
Tag! You’re it!2008 age Apocalypse art Atheism bicycling Biology book Canadian Christmas climate change comedy conservation cycling database Disney documentary environment environmental awareness Excel fantasy film game graphic novel Guelph Guelph Festival of Moving Media Guelph International Film Festival haiku hiking history humour Jane Austen long distance love Microsoft Miss Celia Leblanc Montreal movie music mystery native Nature Neil Gaiman novel Old Growth Forest Oshawa performance philosophy Poem poetry Poetry Month quote recipe relationship review Robert J. Sawyer science science fiction short story silliness silly snow society Space opera speculative fiction Spring SQL SQL Server SQL Server 2005 Stephen King story The Education of Mike Moonblazer touring water writing