Primer = 5/10. That would be neutral. If you don't understand the movie, you can't very well rate it. I ain't be smart 'nuff.
Isn't Angelina Jolie's new baby just the cutest? I need me one of those someday...someday WAY in the future.
So, I got some new workout shoes Sunday and I must say that breaking in new shoes is one of my most hated things to do. Which is probably why I had my old shoes for 6-9 months longer than I should have kept them. The suckage part of breaking in new shoes comes from this: my feet are a tiny bit wider than the "average" foot, but not wide enough to need "wide" shoes. (And thank God, I don't want to buy "wide" anything!) I also think one foot is longer and wider than the other. So, when I buy new shoes I never know if the pain I experience during the first week of wearing is from normal breaking in stuff or if the shoes just don't fit. And if they don't fit, by that point I can't really take them back. Last night I ended up only walking on the treadmill for 30 minutes (it was late and the stupid A/C in the apartment gym is broken--it's blazin' hot up there; what stupid architect/engineer decided the 2nd floor is the best place for a gym? Last time I checked, heat rises.) and by the end of it, my right pinkie toe was completely numb. Numb isn't such a neat feeling when it involves toes. In the store these shoes looked nice, but on my feet and floor, they just look like astronaut shoes: