Just thinking about movies, as almost always, and realized that usually it is said that sequels are never as good as the first movie. And yeah, that is true most of the time, except the obvious exceptions like The Godfather (They are both equally good, but even so I like the first one better...). But when it comes to trilogies, the rule doesn't apply most of the time. It's much easier to find great trilogies than it is to find good two-parters. Just a few of the classic ones: Back to the Future, Indiana Jones(although probably a fourth one will be made), Star Wars (what did you expect) and Blue, Blanc, Rouge (although its slooow). Yup, its always easy to make a point by picking the examples that best fit you and leaving aside tons of examples that contradict you. But anyways, I think my point is sort of true in many ways.
Many people don't know this, and I've found lots of websites asking this question, so, as I have an aquarium, thought I'd help out a bit.
So here it is. Fish don't seem to ever sleep, but that's because they don't have eyelids. Also, what they do, depends on the species. Some fish stay still at night, resting, while other never stop moving, but rest as well. So fish don't sleep in the same way we do, but they do rest, although even when they are resting, they are aware of potential dangers.
Yup, so that's what happens when I'm bored and nobody comments, I make this sort of posts, so come on, get in here and tell me what you think and you can help save the world of this kind of posts : )
Got a new WebCam, so if anyone wants to talk to me, just say so in the comments and we will do it. Just remember to leave your e-mail or your homepage so we can get in touch.
Just that. Oh, and Fernando Gonzalez, Chilean tennis player, just lost in 5 sets in the US Open quarterfinals. Damn. He's really good anyway.
Do most people read blogs to read the posts or to read the comments about the posts?
I guess it's the second answer, right? I mean, the interesting part is to see what people think about someones thoughts.
A little redundant?