I took the children to see Antman and the Wasp last night at the drive in. We also saw Avengers; Infinity War. This was my second viewing of Infinity War. Got to bed at 2AM and woke up at 6AM to go to a Strike Fit class.
The majority of my marring comes from things that should have done significantly more damage to me than they managed. I heal well, comparatively fast, and the majority of it comes from attending properly to the injuries and getting ample sleep. Provided I have the time, I can sleep off most illnesses and injury in short order, same going for wounds; it isn't long they prove too inhibiting. Though I must admit, I am fortunate to have avoided the worst where I should have been far more injured.
I've gone from having no control over my ears to being able to independently manipulate them both within three months after compulsively twitching the left one and consciously working the entire right side of my face until the muscles and nerves strengthened.
And on the note of @guest16's post: the Disney version of Robin Hood always made me uncomfortable as a kid. It wasn't until I was older that I realized what a furry/anthro was, and they still made me uncomfortable.
The Lion King is perhaps the first movie I had seen, being at least the first one I have any real recall of. There are other movies, unquestionably so, but there is no indication of which came first. Perhaps it was the most memorable of them, which is why it stood out in what is otherwise a mostly unknown period of life.
The first movie I remember seeing in the theater is "Bedknobs and Broomsticks". I loved the scenes with the flying car. Although, I know I saw Wizard of Oz on Television a few years earlier. Like @The Harbinger of Ferocity stated, I may have seen other movies in the theater before this, but it is the most memorable to me. That darn flying car!
Among my collection of fossils, I prefer the tar pit stain and finish to the bleached alternative most often seen in museums or associated with them. It comes across as more sincere, more authentic for my tastes, as well as not standing out too much. There is something strikingly distinctive about the remains in their unkempt finish, familiar in a way that the pure cleanliness of them in many institutions is unmatched by.
A great deal of my character plays into itself, @Jurassic Weeb. But I digress back to the topic.
I have lived in every major cardinal direction of the continental United States and have even gone abroad outside it, if only temporarily. To date, I have never had any interest or desire to live in foreign nations for any reason, and any business I conduct in them is only brief. I do however, wish to get back to the frontier states, which are the closest things to home I have ever known. In my lifetime I have moved roughly sixteen times and the West is the only place I have found worth living, as well as the United States. Everything else was varying shades of disappointment, frustration, or undue work.