Friday, July 23, 2010

Things I Love, Things I Want

Central Market! I just scored permission to admit to the fact that the BNC works for the HEB, a regional Texas grocery. Central Market is their specialty store much like Whole Foods but better in my completely biased opinion. :) I work near the Houston store and tend to make trips during my lunch hour. Not even going to lie that I completely abuse my discount card. Wait, is it abuse that I use it a lot? Well, maybe not.

I really want this. Rumor had it that Threadless was going to make it into a T-shirt but nothing ever materialized. Boo!

Back to the Future movie quotes are officially back into rotation with me. For example, the Astros were playing the Chicago Cubs this week and all I could think about was the quote in Back to the Future 2 where the weird old man tells Marty, "I wish I could go back in time, put some money on the Cubbies." thereby causing Marty to go back to the antiques store and purchase the sports almanac that causes so much trouble in alternate 1985. I adore this trilogy. Not the best trilogy but still awesome. Star Wars, the originals, is the best trilogy though for both movies that third part almost made them fumble a bit. Know what I mean? Oh, and Indiana Jones.


Ali said...

Hey, it's Confession Friday!

Sooo...I haven't seen any of the Star Wars movies and still need to watch BTTF in its entirety.

But I have seen Temple of Doom so I'm still allowed to be your friend.

Margie said...

Dude, if I can still be married to the BNC even though he admits to not liking Fraggle Rock AND The Goonies (WTF?!?!!!!) then you and I are solid. Solid like a rock. ;)

Hollie said...

I LOVE Central Market. I'd live there if I was homeless. :]

Margie said...

Dude, if you ever need anything, let me know. :)

Kelly said...

Back To The Future ranks pretty high for me too. You just can't discount a movie trilogy that has Elisabeth Shue and manages to work in Calvin Klein underwear and the evolution of the skateboard.


Margie said...

Hi Kelly!
True, so true. I liked the third installment but not enough to say I LOVED it. However, I will defend the entire trilogy til death because Doc Brown and Marty are the original bromance.