Comments:

kookla - 2004-07-29 14:27:21
Yes, but I also get to say, I knew Hoffmaster even before the journal... "Rescue Me" is ok so far. I like Leary a lot and it's a good show, but I can't quite put my finger on what's bugging me about it.
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theatre-geek - 2004-07-29 16:38:07
So many thing to comment on in this entry, I don't know where to start! As far as tv goes, I have been watching Sexx in the City reruns lately and really enjoying those. Good job on getting tons of callbacks this year! I do find those encouraging. I am always comparing myself to people in auditions. I need to stop doing that. One weird thing that has been helping me with my funk lately is cleaning. Yep. Just cleaning out stuff that should have been dealt with long ago. It's cathardic (sp?). Makes me feel happier when I come home at the end of the day. Thanks for the notify list!
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JANE - 2004-07-29 19:02:16
Hmmm…as your dedicated fan, I quickly joined the "Jimlandia" Notify list; got the confirmation e-mail and everything -- but lapsed into my reflex of "just checking" D-land when I get on the computer and: voila: a new entry -- but NO e-mail from "Notify" yet. Maybe it takes a certain number of hours? or they do all their notifying once a day or something? I'll let you know if I ever get a notification -- or bitch to the "help" e-mail if I never get one.
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dick - 2004-07-31 22:05:15
Melatonin is sometimes helpful as a sleep aid. Sometimes not, too.
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dick - 2004-07-31 22:05:23
Melatonin is sometimes helpful as a sleep aid. Sometimes not, too.
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Gail - 2004-08-01 20:19:00
Jim! Get the snoreguard. It is awesome. Unless you have TMJ, then it can cause problems (it holds your lower jaw out a little more than usual and keeps your throat open). Cost about $500. And work with your CPAP. I go to a sleep doctor who doesn't hesitate to prescribe sleep medication, nasacort, whatever. No need to justify my need for help with him. I so identify with the hell of a sleep-deprived life. I hate to see you get drugs to deal with the fatigue until you really feel like you gave actual sleep your best shot. As for TV, I joined Netflix and get way more viewing pleasure for the buck than I ever got from cable. I too have been watching the last season of sex & the city.
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Gail - 2004-08-01 20:19:03
Jim! Get the snoreguard. It is awesome. Unless you have TMJ, then it can cause problems (it holds your lower jaw out a little more than usual and keeps your throat open). Cost about $500. And work with your CPAP. I go to a sleep doctor who doesn't hesitate to prescribe sleep medication, nasacort, whatever. No need to justify my need for help with him. I so identify with the hell of a sleep-deprived life. I hate to see you get drugs to deal with the fatigue until you really feel like you gave actual sleep your best shot. As for TV, I joined Netflix and get way more viewing pleasure for the buck than I ever got from cable. I too have been watching the last season of sex & the city.
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Carrie - 2004-08-02 12:18:54
I haven't been able to sit through an episode of "Rescue Me" yet. I don't know what it is, either. I just can't make myself care about the characters, which is kind of sad considering how much of it is based upon real experience of Leary. I'm tired of the reality shows but also tired of cable's need to show me T&A and see how many times they can get away with cussing during prime time. I'd prefer someone take some time with the story and develop me some characters to give a crap about.
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