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Switzerland

You went to Switzerland and didn't boast mention it?

What in the hell is wrong with you? Wink


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Switzerland

You went to Switzerland and didn't boast mention it?

What in the hell is wrong with you? Wink


Pretty easy. I went to Argentina and never really mentioned it beforehand. Some around here might find this incredible to believe but you don't have to post everything on the Internet. Trust me, you don't have post it on the Internet for me to believe you're eating breakfast, lunch and dinner, watching movies, reading books and wearing clothes daily. Big Grin


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Trust me, you don't have post it on the Internet for me to believe you're eating breakfast, lunch and dinner, watching movies, reading books and wearing clothes daily. Big Grin

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Switzerland

You went to Switzerland and didn't boast mention it?

What in the hell is wrong with you? Wink


Pretty easy. I went to Argentina and never really mentioned it beforehand. Some around here might find this incredible to believe but you don't have to post everything on the Internet. Trust me, you don't have post it on the Internet for me to believe you're eating breakfast, lunch and dinner, watching movies, reading books and wearing clothes daily. Big Grin

Confused Really?! Eek


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Switzerland

You went to Switzerland and didn't boast mention it?

What in the hell is wrong with you? Wink


Pretty easy. I went to Argentina and never really mentioned it beforehand. Some around here might find this incredible to believe but you don't have to post everything on the Internet. Trust me, you don't have post it on the Internet for me to believe you're eating breakfast, lunch and dinner, watching movies, reading books and wearing clothes daily. Big Grin

Confused Really?! Eek


Oops! Maybe I should've posted this in the people that bother me thread?!? Devilish


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I wouldn't be comfortable boasting about it.

Back on thread:

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Switzerland

You went to Switzerland and didn't boast mention it?

What in the hell is wrong with you? Wink


Pretty easy. I went to Argentina and never really mentioned it beforehand. Some around here might find this incredible to believe but you don't have to post everything on the Internet. Trust me, you don't have post it on the Internet for me to believe you're eating breakfast, lunch and dinner, watching movies, reading books and wearing clothes daily. Big Grin


just put it on your blog, or greetings from or... Razz LOL
 
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Lost me but that's not hard to do.


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Ooops, forgot about:
Skyfall- agree w/ KSC02- classic bond. Classic song by Adele also.
The Life of Pi- good, but enjoyed the book more (of course)
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen- another decent one.
Looper- ok too I thought, but I usually like sci-fi.

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Chinatown


One of the all time great films, ever.


This one only got on my radar after some talk here some time ago. A great film and really enjoyed seeing a young Jack.
 
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Highlander


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Indiana Jones the Lost Arc.
 
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Saw The Hobbit tonight. Great fun.

I don't think we'd been to the theatre for a movie since Star Trek. The Lone Ranger might get me back.


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Saw The Hobbit tonight. Great fun.

I don't think we'd been to the theatre for a movie since Star Trek. The Lone Ranger might get me back.


Saw it as well this week. I also enjoyed it. I don't understand all the complaints.
 
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Django Unchained

A very very good straightforward stylized and wry western set against slavery; with a third act that takes a hard turn to something-else-I-have-no-idea-what. But it loses its way. Some great performances. Some great stuff, but not up to Tarantino's best. B+/A-


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The Decendants- really enjoyed it. A bit different.


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The Hunger Games


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The Hunger Games


Curious what you thought and whether or not you read the books previously.
 
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Highlander

One of my all time favorites. The sequels and TV missed the mark. Great soundtrack by Queen also!


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The Decendants- really enjoyed it. A bit different.


Exactly my thoughts.
 
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The Hunger Games


Curious what you thought and whether or not you read the books previously.
Entertaining. A solid B. Have not read the books.


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Highlander

One of my all time favorites. The sequels and TV missed the mark. Great soundtrack by Queen also!
If I could have an avatar here, it would be the Kurgan.


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Django Unchained

A very very good straightforward stylized and wry western set against slavery; with a third act that takes a hard turn to something-else-I-have-no-idea-what. But it loses its way. Some great performances. Some great stuff, but not up to Tarantino's best. B+/A-


B- / C+ Wink
 
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The Decendants- really enjoyed it. A bit different.


Very good movie.
 
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