Thursday, March 4, 2010

A Long Walk on a Frigid Night



Scout contemplates his mortality. 
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6 comments:

The Lake in the Moonlight said...

are you an ethologist?

LTD said...

Ethology is such a big word I have to keep looking it up to remember what it means. Am I an ethologist? “No,” not by occupation, and “Yes,” if being interested in animal behavior counts.

What did you think of the documentary March of the Penquins? I thought it was awesome. (That reminds me, I was going to add it to my favorite movies list.)

Have you seen the Korean documentary Old Partner about an elderly farmer Choi and his ox.
http://www.hancinema.net/korean_movie_Old_Partner.php

I would love to see it but haven’t been able to find it.

LTD

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” – Anatole France

The Lake in the Moonlight said...

ya i watched that korean movie
it was soo sad :S i cried

sooo... what is your occupation?

The Lake in the Moonlight said...

march of the penguins sort of reminded me of what kind of hardtimes my parents might have went through to raise me

LTD said...

I like your March of the Penguins analogy. But surely you’ve not been that hard on your parents have you? ;-)

Were you able to buy Old Partner, or how did you get to see it?

I like the name of your blog — do you live by a lake?

LTD

LTD said...

My current occupational title is Job Coach. I work with adults in a vocational setting who are mentally challenged. Most people I work with have a dual diagnosis of mental retardation/mental illness. We disassemble small appliances and other items to recover the metal from them.

LTD