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My kids both slept in on Wednesday, and when they appeared, we went to Lebanese Taverna for lunch. Then we went to Tysons Corner Mall, which has an Amazon Pop-Up, so I could give Adam my old Kindle Paperwhite to replace his broken fourth generation Kindle and replace mine with a new Paperwhite. I haven't walked through the lower level of the mall in a couple of years, so had not seen the new sushi place, and I made the guys let me check out the sale at the Disney Store before we left.
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Paul was back to work as usual. He came home for dinner with us, after which we decided to see Green Book
. It definitely suffers from White Savior Complex and we learn a lot more about Tony's inner life (such as it is) than Don's, but it's also very strongly acted, well-paced, mordantly funny, and hopeful about connections between people as a force for change, which may be simplistic but it's still a feel-good story, so I'd recommend it anyway -- the monologue about identity is quite moving.