The title reflects the two topics of the post. The former is the more interesting while the latter may be more insightful as it relates specifically to my personality.
First off, I went to see Murderball with a friend of mine tonight. In case you're not familiar, it's about the U.S. Quad Rugby Team. Quad Rugby is an intense wheelchair-based sport. Sometimes when I see a movie, I just know that I like it. Usually when I think about why I liked it I figure out that it is because the movie changed, in some way, my view of the world. Murderball gave me a new perspective on life in a wheelchair. Granted, I haven't had the thought planted in my head due to circumstances in my life. Nonetheless, when some of the guys in the movie mentioned how people immediately made assumptions about them because they were in wheelchairs I felt guilty, as though I might be one of those people (even though I honestly believe not to the same degree). Anyway, it was an "eye-opening" movie experience. See it if that floats yer boat.
As for the second part of the title. It appears that I'm still a fan of the procrastination. I should be finishing up an assignment for a distance learning course that I'm doing. Clearly, I am not. I'm going to have to get a handle on this personality trait. I haven't yet though because I'm going to cut this off. See, I'm even procrastinating about finishing this pos