Well, on Monday, I leave for Band Camp. Yeah. No, not really. I am really not looking forward to going at all, and I guess that’s my own fault.
I went to the band camp kick-off thing today. I must admit that I wasn’t expecting a whole lot , but I sure ended up suprised. I think I actually took a lot from what the speaker had to say and I really enjoyed it.
I did the exat thing last year, worrying about band camp, and I knew it was just going to happen again. I really should listen to the inner-me more often.
Warning: the following is an amusing movie that causes quite a few chuckles (and causes one to actually use the word chuckles.)
bq. Jerry Goldsmith, one of Hollywood’s most prominent composers who left an indelible mark on Star Trek, died Wednesday night after a long battle with cancer. He was 75. Goldsmith’s compositions have virtually defined the musical personality of Star Trek since the debut of “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” in 1979. That score went on to be the theme song for Star Trek: The Next Generation. Goldsmith also wrote the title music for Star Trek: Voyager, along with several other Trek movies including “Star Trek: First Contact,” which many fans believe to be one of the most inspired scores ever written for a genre film (or any film for that matter). He’s even left his mark on the Star Trek: The Experience attraction in Las Vegas, with original music for “Borg Invasion 4D.” He also scored “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier,” “Star Trek: Insurrection,” and two years ago, “Star Trek Nemesis.”
His music has always been a great inspiration and a key reason why I watch Star Trek. He will be missed, by me and others.
Well today, I got my permit. It was fairly easy to get, but I’m not entirely sure I want it anymore.
My parents made me drive home from the movies (I saw I, Robot — twas good). Let me say. it was one of the most frightening experiences of my life. Yea, that’s trhough and off my chest. I have to do more tomorrow, and this time on bigger roads. Backing up is tomorrow too. At least I don’t have to deal with freeway’s quite yet. *sigh*