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You can tell that Kameron is on the right of this issue because unlike all of the dum-dums who argue to the contrary, HE RESTED HIS CASE.
Bill Murray is the funniest actor, breeding
LOLs out of the dead dialogue, mixing
Hilarity and desire, stirring
Dull scripts with deadpan expression.
Zombieland kept us amused, covering
October in undead gore, feeding
A mediocre premise with incredible cameos.
Fantastic Mr. Fox surprised us, coming over the age barrier
With a flurry of intelligence; we paused at the puppeteering,
And went on in hope, into the second half,
And watched Michael Gambon, and laughed for an hour.
That’s just weak songwriting. You wrote a bad song, Petey!
And when we were children, watching the Ghostbusters,
My favourite, he took me out on an adventure,
And I was frightened. He said, Come on!
Let’s run some red lights! And through we went.
Into the paranormal, there you feel free.
I watch, much of the night, and go to Netflix and rent Rushmore in the winter.
Your references are way too savvy for someone so young. Were you even alive when this show aired??
Heaven and angels and the rapture not existing is not even the biggest reason I think this scenario is unlikely, and let me explain why. I genuinely* believe Stephen Hawking has found the secret to eternal life and will therefore never die. Consider: MND (Motor Neurone Disease) is typically fatal within 2–5 years. Hawking has lived for nearly 50 years with the disease, and will be 70 next year. Something something Occam’s Razor something something Captain Scarlet Indestructible. #caseclosed
*obviously not genuinely
Was Johnny Wishbone played by Betty Grable?
All the upvotes to this guy, please.
Now, what does the powerful Winwood lobby think? Is she Pretty?
After elevator and White House, sure.
Incidentally, I hope everyone got the fax about how ‘screms’ is how cool people write ‘screams’ now.
When I see Condi, my brain says ‘no’, but my heart screms ‘yes!’ #dilemmagum
I’m worried about Huckabeast, you guys.
Now I feel terrible. I’M SORRY, WINWOOD. Ebert brings out an irrational need to be protective in me.
Well, your criticism of Ebert is just as humourless as his criticism of Zoolander, but at least he had the excuse of 9/11 having just happened.
“You briefly lost your trademark wit and perception in the immediate aftermath of a national tragedy!”
- Steve Winwood
“And soon, I will go back to being smart and funny, but you will always be Steve Winwood.”
- Roger Ebert
Nothing can ever be better than Tracy Jordan’s “A Blaffair to Rememblack”
I think you’ll find they actually call it “The Lorry Lorryer”
BOTH. Does that mean I double-pass your test?
…And I guess, now it isn’t.
I WISH that were the last time we’re going to catch a sight of these [people].
There are no apostrophes in them?
This is a real #nerdgum comment, but that there is some cheap-as-shit typography. What are they using, Impact Bold???
“They’re not booing you! They’re saying boo-ac man!”
Damn, I meant to reply to Hotspur’s comment. Now I have created the exact opposite impression to the one I intended.
I signed in partly because this is such a thoughtful, great comment, but also because i know exactly what you mean about awkward rich guilt. Athough ‘rich’ is probably over-shooting it. Just ‘not-homeless guilt’, really. There’s a guy i walk past most days who doesn’t harass people for money, doesn’t have a sign with heart-breaking grammar sharpie’d onto cardboard, just sits up against a bus shelter trying to keep out of the weather, and i usually just empty my pockets of change into his starbucks cup. Then a couple of d-bags I know saw him one day talking on a cell phone and they were all, “omg! that guy is totally scamming us all! he has a phone, he must be a millionaire!” And I mean, that guy could theoretically have more property than John McCain, but he’s still leaning against a bus shelter begging for change all day, and that means his life is pretty hard and my sympathy is probably not super-misplaced, iPhone or no. I just don’t get why some people are so cynical about the exact misfortunes of others sometimes.