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15th-Jan-2006 03:13 am

I watched Syriana by myself since Anders went out with a friend. I never would have gotten him to watch it with me anyway, we have really different taste in movies. We still rent movies together all the time though :P Anyways, I really liked it. It made me miss uni and political science a bit...studying really made me a lot more on top of things like that than I am now. I hardly even read the papers these days! Shame on me.

By the way, if you didn't know...politics wise I'm on the left. I guess I am what you would call a social democrat....a left leaning one :]
15th-Jan-2006 06:07 am (UTC)
I had a hard time connecting all the characters together - in terms of how they are exactly related. I guess that's the whole point of the movie, you're not supposed to be able to.

Liberal... Good. :)
15th-Jan-2006 07:39 am (UTC)
hmmm...it seems mean of me to say it. but in 2 years, you will yearn to be back in school. it's just a nice little world of artificial deadlines with no real impact if you miss them (at least in higher education in the US, since no private school in their right mind would let a student work US$30,000 be disappointed ;-) But it's also a GREAT learning experience to take a break.

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social democrats are good :)
15th-Jan-2006 12:52 pm (UTC)
Mja.. kjent sak, det der med lesing og studier.
Sånn som med meg og Jane Austen / Emily Brontë - ikke favorittene, men jeg må lese dem..
20th-Jan-2006 04:05 am (UTC)
I hated that movie. I liked how it was cynical to everyone but i hated the stereotypes it enforced.