Also: Have you seen Helvetica yet? Check out some I love/hate Helvetica gear at Veer.com. The movie is playing in Cleveland again tomorrow night, but I don't feel like driving up from Akron for it. I've already added it to my Netflix queue, so when the DVD is released in a month, I'm all set.
In other news: Tomorrow, October 6, is World Card Making Day. Supposedly, the goal is to get started on making one's holiday cards. My mom said that if that's the case, they should have it in July. Hmm. I do have my general theme and most of my supplies already picked out for this year's Christmas cards, so I might actually observe it this year.
I don't want to gloat too much, though. As a lifelong Northeast Ohioan, I'm waiting for the other shoe to drop. Several past experiences worry me: The time the Indians scored a ton of runs in a playoff game against Seattle and then couldn't hit anything the next two games and thus lost the series, and the supposed fact that when the Evil Empire starts a series 1-0, they lose, but if they start 0-1, they win. So, I'm hoping that Wedge's one-game-at-a-time, forget-what-happened-yesterday-or-what-might-happen-tomorrow philosophy has really taken hold. I guess I'll find out at 5 o'clock.