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Old 07-27-2008, 10:25 PM   #661
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My son and husband both loved Cars. We all loved Wall-E None of us liked Incredibles. Cars had Paul Newman - gotta love Paul Newman. No really, you HAVE to love him.
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I saw The Incredibles. I didn't think it was that bad.
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Cars had Paul Newman - gotta love Paul Newman. No really, you HAVE to love him.
I can't say I'm terribly familiar with what he's done, but then again, I can't say I watch much film in the first place. I'm a books and music sort of person.
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Just popping in briefly because my father has INSISTED that I go to bed at midnight from now on. I know, what the hell? I'm 21, he has no right to give me a bed time...but he's in one of his moods tonight, so I'll comply.

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I shouldn't make such a call having only seen it once, but it may be the best thing that Pixar's done. I don'tk now, I still love Monster's Inc and Nemo a lot, so I'm gonna have to wait for a second viewing. But GOD what a message that movie had. It was sorta a stretch by the end there. But...whooo and it was a KIDS movie.
Hurrah! I'm so glad you enjoyed it! What a story, eh? I can't wait to see it again.

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Gluey! Where'd you go???
I refuse to see Kung-Foo Panda - BLECH!!!
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I can't say I'm terribly familiar with what he's done, but then again, I can't say I watch much film in the first place. I'm a books and music sort of person.
After your musical admissions yesterday Ax, it REALLY wouldn't surprise me to find out that you read Mills & Boon.....
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4.5hrs until Meeting with board about Bitch-Principal....... no no no it's and :fuckyeah:
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I can't say I'm terribly familiar with what he's done, but then again, I can't say I watch much film in the first place. I'm a books and music sort of person.
How can you not be familiar with Paul Newman???? The Sting?? Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid??? Two of the best movies of the last 50 years!
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After your musical admissions yesterday Ax, it REALLY wouldn't surprise me to find out that you read Mills & Boon.....


Hell no!
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Gluey! Where'd you go???
I refuse to see Kung-Foo Panda - BLECH!!!
What do you mean? I was mopping floors Oh the joy...but they look sooo pretty


The best part of KFP was watching the stupid thing fall down the steps. Summed it up at that moment.
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I really want to see Wall-E. It looks adorably hilarious!
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What do you mean? I was mopping floors Oh the joy...but they look sooo pretty


The best part of KFP was watching the stupid thing fall down the steps. Summed it up at that moment.
Your little green light isn't on. How ya been?
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Here's hoping for some pwnage.
Well if it's any indication of what's to come, 3 more letters of official complaint have been given to the Board THIS PAST WEEK, and EIGHT children have been removed from the school in that time too!!! The school roll is only barely 200....she's soooooooooooooo fucked.....
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How can you not be familiar with Paul Newman???? The Sting?? Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid??? Two of the best movies of the last 50 years!
Butch Cassidy had trains in it didn't it???? SURELY Ax would have seen it then....
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Just popping in briefly because my father has INSISTED that I go to bed at midnight from now on. I know, what the hell? I'm 21, he has no right to give me a bed time...but he's in one of his moods tonight, so I'll comply.
Oh FFS. Just ask him how late he stayed up when he was 21. My father will occasionally go off on his rants (thank god he lives on the other side of the Tasman), so I just listen and then reply "and now tell me what you were up to when you were my age". Shuts him up every time. Especially when it comes to my hair, which he can't stand long, given that his own hair in the late seventies and early eighties brings the lulz. Can't wait for him to find out I've grown a beard, since he's 1. sure to hate it and 2. had a beard for most of the eighties.
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