Because I don't do homework on Fridays anyway, and this Friday is particularly awesome because I only have one class. In that class, we are taking a test - a multiple choice test - which should take under 30 minutes and for which I've already studied. Pity it's smack in the middle of the day.
Anyway, the point of this post is that I have a decision to make: they're playing Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix in the auditorium this weekend (tonight & tomorrow). However, my roommate is spending the night at home, and I've been bouncing with excitement for tonight's "Numb3rs" all week - I could tape it, but then I'd have to, you know, wait 3 extra hours.
Dilemma: do I go see the movie tonight, so that if it's as excellent as I remember I can see it twice...or do I decide that once will do, and maximize the enjoyment of having the apartment to myself for a whole evening?
Edit: Some unrelated thoughts about the Writer's Strike, in which I am apparently once again at odds with fandom at large and may enrage you.
(supposedly it's all about royalties; I find this silly. I can't accept the comparison to book authors, because authors write and then sell the finished product. Scriptwriters are hired for their labor, expected to produce X amount of writing, so as far as I'm concerned their connection ends when a script is filmed)
On the bright side, after hearing mutterings about boycotting, I am now taking a perverse glee in watching streamed shows online. In fact, I may even have to start playing shows in the background every time I'm at the computer, just to provide them with hits. It's my small way of striking back. I do this in order to combat the horrible, sinking, desperate realization that the news of this strike is basically equivalent to all my shows being canceled at once.