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I always see movie previews and get all excited like "oh man I want to see that!" but you know, I never do, because, well, I'm a loser. last movie I saw in the theater was that 1801 or 2135 or whatever that god damn john cusack horror movie about a hotel was. shit was dumb but I got my unit touched so I gave it a 9.

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You guys are all so weird that I'm like the second coolest person here. Shake's got far too many pairs of Ray-Bans to compete with.

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I always see movie previews and get all excited like "oh man I want to see that!" but you know, I never do, because, well, I'm a loser. last movie I saw in the theater was that 1801 or 2135 or whatever that god damn john cusack horror movie about a hotel was. shit was dumb but I got my unit touched so I gave it a 9.
1408. I thought that movie was pretty ok.
You guys are all so weird that I'm like the second coolest person here. Shake's got far too many pairs of Ray-Bans to compete with.
This is almost certainly true.I'm only agreeing with you because it's your birthday. But I'm not cool on any day, so...I don't know. Maybe you are the second coolest person here. Pretty sure Shake isn't #1 though. That's a little ridiculous, birthday or no.
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I always see movie previews and get all excited like "oh man I want to see that!" but you know, I never do, because, well, I'm a loser. last movie I saw in the theater was that 1801 or 2135 or whatever that god damn john cusack horror movie about a hotel was. shit was dumb but I got my unit touched so I gave it a 9.
2012, but it wasn't a hotel. It was a boat.
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It's my birthday today. I hate birthdays so don't wish me a happy one. But I've already had a growler of high alcohol content beer and I'm looking to drink a lot more. If you're lucky, I'll spew drunken ramblings at you when I'm done imbibing.

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It's my birthday today. I hate birthdays so don't wish me a happy one. But I've already had a growler of high alcohol content beer and I'm looking to drink a lot more. If you're lucky, I'll spew drunken ramblings at you when I'm done imbibing.
Hmmm, we use different definitions for growlers, mine makes this sentence much much different.
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This whole story was amazing.
best one in a while. this made me laugh: beans.PNG
Boom, number one.
incorrect. you're now in third, behind Shake, and whoever does Shake's laundry (I'm guessing that would be Sal Paradise)
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Chimp looks great.I liked the earlier Muppets trailer (teaser) better, but I'm not going to lie - I got pretty excited when I saw this trailer before WtP.El Guapo and his boy will see the Footloose movie, I'm sure. In an empty theatre.re: The Amazing Spiderman trailer that you actually posted in a different thread, oops:"Hollywood figured out a long time ago that it is good at doing superhero origin stories, but terrible at doing other kinds of superhero movies. Superhero origin stories follow the commercial screenplay design formula really well.That's why almost every Batman movie requires Bruce Wayne to figure out he wants to be Batman yet again (as opposed to starting the movie okay with being Batman and just fighting the Joker or something), or why there are so many superhero sequels where the superhero gives up for no reason and has to do an origin story all over again, or why the X-Men franchise has three origin story movies out of five movies total in the last ten years.Hollywood wants characters who grow and change in predictable, sentimental ways that they know their audiences like - but superheroes are created for long serials, not for blockbusters. A big part of their appeal is that they stay constant in the face of opposition. Superman is Superman; he doesn't "arc," at least not in the predictable way that leaves him forever changed psychosocially every time he has to punch Metallo or put the globe back on the Daily Planet.Superheroes have a basic incompatibility with "well-made" psychological drama, the three-act story formula, and cardboard-cutout method acting, except during their origins, when they go through all the usual angst of change. Clark Kent becoming Superman can have his insecurities drawn out and redeemed, making the audience feel better about their own insecurities. But once Superman is Superman, he doesn't go through all the same bullshit angst that he did in his Smallville years anymore - it turns out being super-strong and able to fly and shoot lasers from your eyes is pretty boss, and there's little reason to whine about it when there's work to do.So, superhero franchise sequels where they get to tell a story other than the origin tend to be terrible, because Hollywood either tries to force the square peg into the round hole or they just don't have any idea what to do and string together action sequences with empty pretense (see Batman and Robin, Superman IV, the Dolph Lundgren Punisher, Spider-Man 3, X-Men the Last Stand, Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer).But the superhero movies that aren't origin stories but still manage to be good are some of the best ones, and the only ones that feel even a little bit original anymore (see Spider-Man 2, The Dark Knight, X-2/X-Men United).Heck, Iron Man was refreshing simply because he didn't start out as a total loser with confidence issues, and he didn't go through metaphorical puberty during the movie. It doesn't take much."stolen from reddit. good analysis.
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It's my birthday today. I hate birthdays so don't wish me a happy one. But I've already had a growler of high alcohol content beer and I'm looking to drink a lot more. If you're lucky, I'll spew drunken ramblings at you when I'm done imbibing.
yeah my 30th birthday is coming up and I've made every effort to make sure nobody I know even knows when it is. took my birthday off of facebook and everything. birthdays are just idiotic. "hey, congratulations on still being alive! I know I don't normally like you or talk to you or anything, but today, TODAY, I'm very happy for you! for no reason!"
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If you're lucky, I'll spew drunken ramblings at you when I'm done imbibing.
Ive been pondering what to put on the back of my car club t shirt for quite some time now...Thanks for the decision!
best one in a while. this made me laugh: beans.PNG
Ive used that number for many years now...dating back to at least ninety or soIn the Vegas area I give out seven o two two two nine six six one seven...Theres no telling how many telemarketers are in there dialing the room next door
yeah my 30th birthday is coming up and I've made every effort to make sure nobody I know even knows when it is. took my birthday off of facebook and everything.
I dont pay any attention to it myselfI wouldnt even know it was coming up if not for the plume of offers for free rooms, matchplays, double down parlays, free toaster ovens, double points, and mystery surprises coming in from all over Nevada......and thats just from the brothels. The casinos really fill the mailbox with stuff
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