Silly cable people and WB put Wonder Woman on sale, so I nabbed it. Eleven bucks for digital? Sure. Not bad at all, not particularly eminently re-watchable. BvS? Rewatchable, as there are always more nits to pick. Same with Spider-Man: Homecoming, which was a pleasant dish but left one a bit hungry an hour later.
Also been baseball-obsessed, which is a helluva lot of fun. The excitement is like 1985 World Series when the Kansas City Royals battled the St. Louis Cardinals. That was when I was on a road trip, saw a game in a different city each night, visited Colorado for the first time, and finished the very long 7th game beginning in Tulsa, then part at LAX, and the very end while eating dinner. Also like 1988, when a broken-down bunch of baseball hooligans suited up and surprised the crap out of everybody. Now it’s the Dodgers again, and the Astros. Since the Astros moved from the National League West to the American League West (designated hitter rules) they are the rare team that needs - needs! - to be beaten badly in both Leagues. It is an exceptional and fun year. Even if you like baseball casually; Tuesday should be terrific (it’s in Los Angeles for the last two games, best-of-seven, Houston ahead 3 wins to 2 for the Dodgers). It is also, of course, All Hallow’s Eve. If we have a Wednesday, and there had better be a Wednesday!, it may be the most epic game ever. So far, it’s been historic.
And the Broncos are going out to get their asses handed to them again tonight. Who’s up? Oh, lawdy. It’s Kansas Bloody City. My buddy Brian is a big KC fan (also owned a comic shop). He will happily exult.
I also now understand “eyestrain”.