After the meeting I went over to Kale's to brief him on what happened at the meeting, talk about politics, watch an episode of The Family Guy, which I'd never seen before, and talk about books. Took off from there around 7 since I needed to go home, download & print tickets for the Inu-Yasha movie sneak preview, shower, and get my butt up to the theater to meet Karl, Joella, and Melody. All this was accomplished, except when I got there, there was no Karl in front of the theater and a nagging message at 2130 asking when I was going to be there. I was pretty surprised to find no line for the show when I got inside, but soon realized it was because they'd all showed up early and packed the joint. If Melody hadn't saved me a seat I wouldn't have gotten in. It was that full.
Movie itself was very good - I haven't seen any of the episodes on the Cartoon Network or read the manga (I want to finish Ranma 1/2 first) so my only prior exposure to the series has been through the PS2 fighting game that I saw last year at Anime Iowa and a brief perusal of a fan website. Still, the dubbing was good and the plot very enjoyable. Plus, there was a funny omake after the credits and a trailer for the second movie, which apparently Viz is planning on releasing, much to the fangirls' delight.
After the movie, Jacqueline mentioned that it was her birthday, so I offered to buy her a drink. After considering the Brass Rail, she decided on Stub & Herb's, so we went down there, closed the bar (I was drinking Diet Coke) and then went over to the Steak Knife in Dinkytown, which is open until 3 on Saturdays; I also subjected her to the Root of All Evil, which was featuring a ridiculous interview with Reverend Poky Bunge, a tard-core local band which is sillier than I can possibly describe.
Got home around 4 AM, fed the whiny cat, went to bed and slept 'til 1130. Life. It doesn't suck.