Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Day 267 - Earthquake

Day 267.

Today, those living on the East coast were hit by an earthquake of epic proportions. Well, not really. But it could have been bad, I think. 5.8 magnitude... not exactly a magnitude to scoff at. I don't actually know--people here in San Francisco were pretty unfazed by the whole thing. Apparently, earthquakes are fairly common here.

But anyway, EARTHQUAKES! Exciting stuff! And since the Lawrence/Julie & Julia Project loves to be topical, I thought it'd be fun to imagine how Julie Powell would've handled the earthquake. She does live in New York, after all.

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EARTHQUAKE!!!


Hooray for Earthquake GIFS! Seriously though, I'd take an earthquake over having to watch this fucking movie again any day--and every day, for that matter.

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Julie & Julia
Quote of the Day: "Everything is falling down."

19 comments:

  1. Oh man I just laughed my ass off at that last pic there.

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  2. What if you watch it again big screen like a really really big plasma tv in stead of the small screens?
    They say Chris Messina had a puke bucket with the 36th take of the one scene of eating those breadthingies... so seem like you need one too watching it again...
    hang in there...dont give up...

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  3. The animated GIF has finally explained that mysterious "bowling ball" hanging from not-Mark-Ruffalo's privates in a picture you posted weeks ago. Now I don't have to watch the movie to figure it out!

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  4. Bahahaha! Lawrence, I adore you!

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