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Old 06-29-2008, 02:28 AM   #616
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Give me a black marker and a few hours J/k
Joking? I figured it'd be an activity you'd do when you're feeling in a creative mood.
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I'm trusted and invested in my mailman, that doesn't make him qualified to be the lead in a full length motion picture. He'd probably be better, too.
You may kill me for saying this but Kevin Costner was a modern day Jimmy Stewart. Neither were great actors but they made you want to watch.
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Joking? I figured it'd be an activity you'd do when you're feeling in a creative mood.
Seriously, like she hasn't done it before
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I'ma cut you Axver.

If I ever visit Australia
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You may kill me for saying this but Kevin Costner was a modern day Jimmy Stewart. Neither were great actors but they made you want to watch.
You're right, I think I will.

Costner couldn't pull anything off as brilliantly as Stewart in It's a Wonderful Life, Harvey, Vertigo, or Rear Window, just to name four.
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NO, I WOULDN'T FEEL SAFE.

BECAUSE SHE'D MAKE THIS LEGAL:



MORAL PANIC!!!!
I don't want to get into a political discussion, I was just wondering what your stance on gay marriage and all that is.
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You're right, I think I will.

Costner couldn't pull anything off as brilliantly as Stewart in It's a Wonderful Life, Harvey, Vertigo, or Rear Window, just to name 4.
It's like shooting fish in barrel once you bring out films of that level.
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It was sarcasm, methinks.
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You're right, I think I will.

Costner couldn't pull anything off as brilliantly as Stewart in It's a Wonderful Life, Harvey, Vertigo, or Rear Window, just to name four.
Stewart is charming but he isn't a great actor. I'm sorry but he never had the depth that other actors have.
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I don't want to get into a political discussion, I was just wondering what your stance on gay marriage and all that is.
Oh, I'm all for legalising it. Strikes me as wildly illogical and inconsistent that it isn't legal.

But I'll keep milking that gayCHUBBYdating ad for all it's worth.
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Axver is farther left than anyone you will ever know.
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Joking? I figured it'd be an activity you'd do when you're feeling in a creative mood.
Okay, well, see... I wrote my friend Kim's name on my boob with a black marker once (and she wrote mine on her ass... we still have the pics), and it took me forever to scrub it off. In the future, I'll stick with more easily removable media for decorating my boobs. Like chocolate sauce...


I should send the pic of 'Kim' on my boob to Gluey
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It was sarcasm, methinks.
I wasn't questioning that I just honestly wondered because I've never asked him. What are your views on it?
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Stewart is charming but he isn't a great actor. I'm sorry but he never had the depth that other actors have.
Have you seen any of the films that I just listed?

Who would you say is better, for instance?
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