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working, movies, and packing

Sunday I alternated debugging, watching Truffaut's "Vivement Dimanche", and vacuuming.

At the end of the day, the carpet was cleaner, I'd fixed a bug or two, and actually seen the movie most of the way through twice. The DVD jacket describes the movie as a Hitchcock tribute, but I've disliked most of the Hitchcock I've seen. His movies all seem misanthropic to me. "Vivement Dimanche"/"Confidentially Yours" is more humane--the characters are sort of absurd, but in a way that's funny and human instead of creepy and cold.

Today I tied up some loose ends at work, ran an errand or two, and came home to get stuff together for tommorow's trip to Ottawa. Sara got home from Maryland around 7.