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Saturday, May 22, 2004

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cmb

Crap Thad, you've written such a moving critique everybody's speechless.

J.A..P

I agree with the "crap", but only in regards to most of the films I'm fortunate enough to view. Most of my time is spent in other oblious endeavors, but now and then I'm able to catch a flick--that particular name almost makes it sound a little on the porn side, you think? Well, some movie content does molest the grays now and then.

What you have caused, Mr. T, is a need to spend a $50 bill to go see this sensation just to have piece of mind. You want a real topic? What about the price of pop corn and drinks? They'll upgrade that for just fifty cents more. See you at the movies and talk back afterwards. This better be good!

J.A.P.

By-the-way, "Dad Leaving for Work" hits an emotional twang. Love the love while you can; it goes fast. What would God do if we were to hug Him every time He goes to work?

J.A.P.

By-the-way, "Dad Leaving for Work" hits an emotional twang. Love the love while you can; it goes fast. What would God do if we were to hug Him every time He goes to work?

thad

The good news (for your bank account anyway) is that this one is already on video. That should be less than five bucks damage rather than half-a-hundred.

jules

Thad, is that banner pic the Champs Elysees in Paris? sure looks like it. can i just ignore you topic for a second and brag? thanks. well, i've driven around the Arch de Triophme which is at the center of all that driving madness and believe me, it really looks like that. that's no time-photo, that's how fast those frenchies drive! AND the fact that there are no real "lanes" on that road. you find a place to drive your car, it's yours. of course, i had to become like the French in order that I might reach some...of course.

oh yeah, i've been wanting to see "In America," i just haven't been able to get to it. Keep promoting good stuff (like my big word?) like this. And maybe you can start mocking movies like "The Day After Tomorrow" next. The title alone is mockable. Oh the humanity!

thad

Julius - You'd know better than I would if that photo is some place Frenchy. I just grabbed it somewheres.

I have a mocking post brewing in me, though I don't think "Day After Tomorrow" needs my help. The mockery of other things will surely appear soon.

dv

Thad, the wife and I saw In America this weekend. Great flic...thanks for the heads up.

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