Constance actually spoke to ME this time. Just "hello" and "goodbye" but still! She stayed on the bus all the way to the courthouse for a change so I did, also, to see where she went. Turned out she just stayed at the bus stop. Guess she was transferring.
Since I was so close to home, I went on and changed clothes, then went over the river. Bell-Block News had 18 new comics out! After I picked up Wendys, I didn't even have enough for them all!
Had a long talk with Terry tonight about maybe going to see FUTUREWORLD and also something I almost overlooked going through the paper. THE WORLD OF STAR TREK is coming to Riverfront Coliseum. We may go get tickets on Saturday.
NOTES: Ultimately I learned a lot from MR. Burns, only some of it about Economics. In his own way, I think he was more a philosopher than a teacher.
FUTUREWORLD was the now little-remembered sequel to Michael Crichton's WESTWORLD. It starred Henry Fonda's son opposite Gwyneth Paltrow's Mom.
THE WORLD OF STAR TREK was basically Gene Roddenberry making a little money by doing a lecture tour about his by-then phenomenal STAR TREK while Paramount kept spinning its wheels about whether to revive it as a series for their proposed "Fourth Network" or to do it as a feature film. That decision wouldn't be made until after the success of STAR WARS nearly a year later. After that, STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE would become inevitable.