I rented Spirited Away on DVD this weekend

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Monday, 5 April 2004 10:55:27 I rented "Spirited Away" on DVD this weekend, hadn't actually seen the movie yet, but now I have, twice (which is really rare since my rather accurate room/scene/picture memory usually makes it boring for me to watch the same movie more than once), and it was really good. I recognized a lot of things. I met Christian Beijer in the video store and as usual we talked a while about how hard it is being an artist. He was upset because the company who bought a City Dragon of him last year want to repaint the same dragon(!) and asked Beijer if he wanted to do it or if they should hire some other artist for the job. How stupid are they!? Of course Beijer refused to destroy his own work, and I hope that the company who came up with that idea will not find any artist stupid and low enough to go through with that.

I got a temporary job for Indiska, photographing children (and anyone else) for free in their store during the first three Saturdays of April. Canon sponsored the event with paper, photo printers and a digital camera. It was more fun than I thought it would be.

The snow has started to melt in the ski-tracks at the Södra Berget (Southern Mountain) and I've ran there a couple of 7 km laps this week.

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