The ending to Harper's Island left me with the feeling of being short-changed at a convenience store. There were still unanswered questions and, more so, I had to raise a few more. Such as:
- When did murderous intent become a hereditary trait?
- Island-wide genocide is a flawless plan, and the answer to a happy life with the obsession of your choice how exactly?
- How do you fake the death of three people in less than four hours, with a few blood stains thrown around here and there, and in a burning church?
I should have kept low expectations for a show with low ratings, but I have to admit I'm probably just easily entertained.
Earlier today I got my letter for part-time studies at the university. At first I thought I was being rejected as the envelope looked flimsy and thin, but it really was just a confirmation. I guess they're saving paper this year? Or maybe they just realized there was no need to add unnecessary papers for those who are just continuing their degree? Oh well. The point is I have something decent to look forward to in the fall.
Also, my older sister just discovered lolcats and image macros. She enjoys sending me many via a one-per-email format.