- The latest movie that we watched was Escape to Witch Mountain. It was made in 1975, a year before I was born. The only one that got into the movie was Mica. He was asking to watch the sequel. I checked, and the library doesn't have it. The kids were cute in the movie, but the plot seemed lame.
I always look up the characters to see if I've seen them in anything else. The little girl looked familiar. Sure enough she was in Little House and a Prairie. Her sister was on the show, and the boy character that was in Escape to Witch Mountain was also on Little House and a Prairie. Kim Richards (the little girl in the movie) is also the aunt to Paris Hilton.
- Dad hates when people get plastic surgery. The character in Escape to Witch Mountain has had a lot of work done. Here are the Richard sisters. They've both gotten nose jobs, botox, and breast implants.
Above Kim Richards, and Below Kyle Richards. Both are Paris Hilton's Aunts. - Source
Do you hate plastic surgery? If I were to get anything done it wouldn't be cosmetic. I'd love to fix my deviated septum. I haven't gotten work done on it because I know people that have had the surgery, and it didn't help them to breathe through their nose at all.
- Have you ever offended someone, and didn't even mean to?
I have a lot of assignment were students draw things out of a hat, so to speak. Most of the time I let them draw 2 or 3 things, and they get to pick. This week they only got to pick one thing. It's just reworking a newspaper ad. This girl came up to me after class and said, "Can I trade?" I said, "No. Simply because 1/2 the class will want to trade after I let you." She then had tears in her eyes and said, "I just can't do this one. It's too close to something I went through." I said, "Fine, just don't tell anyone please." She didn't tell anyone. It was for a baby store. I imagine there's a story there.
- Switching gears because this is supposed to be random: I still don't have health insurance cards. I do however have a member ID number, so I'm much happier.
- We went to the grocery store a week ago. Mica was waiting in line with me. He was looking at some magazine. I heard him say, "Sex" pretty loud. I urged him to come towards me. After that he said, "Isaak look that person used to be a guy, now he's a girl!" I didn't really say anything. I wish magazines would just let people be. I read that they Photoshopped that makeup on him. If he wants to be a boy great, if he wants to be a girl great. I really don't need to know about it though.
In some ways changing your looks can be as simple as getting your ears pierced, or dying your hair. Where do you draw the line with how far is too far with plastic surgery? Are we too judging when it comes to it? Many times I look at someone that has gotten a some plastic surgery job, and quickly notice that they went too far. Most of them were pretty with how they looked before.