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  • "Scooby-doo" made something like 56 million over the weekend - the best June opening ever. Kids films are in very high demand.

    As for Jay & Silent Bob - fun stuff! Nasty Easter Egg, as pointed out by Netflix []

    • And for the first time I've ever, I'm getting a humorous "the server is down. we'll be back up shortly" page from I guess that's what they get for running Java. ;-)
      "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment
  • The trailers and "making of" didn't reveal the ending, and there are some very funny moments.
    Was it a Scooby Doo ending?
    • Yes and no. They did the classic Scooby Doo ending early on, though, so if you're a fan of the "Old Man Smithers!" "I'd have gotten away with it if it wasn't for you meddling kids!" type of dialogue, you'll be satisfied one way or another.


  • Me and Jennifer and Riley just hung out at the house, BBQd, watched some movies, hung out. I got to spend more time than usual with my daughter, being so busy normally.

    Jennifer and Riley picked out a remote temperature guage for the BBQ: you plug in one end and let it sit next to the grill, and it transmits the temperature to the receiver, up to 100 feet away. While this sounds merely lazy, it is more than that: when cooking with the cover down, especially on long-cooking foods, you don't want to keep li