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  1. Se7en
    03-16-2015 07:54 PM
    Se7en


    I just want to talk movies. Too bad a lot on here seem too concerned about the other stuff, and I'm almost always the center of it. Bring it upon myself sometimes, but lately I'm never really the aggressor.

    Oh well. At least there are some on here who think like I do.
  2. Se7en
    03-16-2015 07:33 PM
    Se7en
    Appreciate the kind words m8.
  3. Mayday
    02-04-2015 08:50 PM
    Mayday
    That may be the best scene in the movie. (Except for maybe Paul Rudd heaving campers out of a moving van.) Cracked me the fuck up first time I saw Cooper getting cornholed, and then the foofy wedding by the lake.
  4. Mayday
    02-04-2015 08:37 PM
    Mayday
    That is awesome you're using a clip of Michael Ian Black and Bradley Cooper from Wet Hot American Summer in your sig.
  5. Iggy
    01-11-2015 03:09 PM
    Iggy
    Sorry your Boys didn't win today amigo. It was a great season though!
  6. gwally
    12-24-2014 10:45 PM
    gwally
    Merry Christmas, Nancy!
  7. Freddy_Lives
    12-24-2014 08:48 PM
    Freddy_Lives
    Merry Christmas!!!

  8. gwally
    11-29-2014 01:52 PM
    gwally
    Yeah, that was a tough loss for your 'boys. We had a lot of good food and family and the Lions won so I was pretty excited.
  9. gwally
    11-27-2014 08:21 AM
    gwally
    Happy Thanksgiving, Nancy!
  10. Doctor RoXo
    10-16-2014 07:58 AM
    Doctor RoXo
    It isn't a very great set to be honest. I mean, with the treatment that Friday the 13th got, and most recently, Halloween...this one just pales in comparison. But you're obviously a big fan of the series and I am too, so there isn't much reason not to own it. And if they ever do release a better set, I'll certainly get it too and just have this one as a backup.

    Just watched part 2 last night. It looked fine. I have the dvd of part 2 also so I may do some comparisons today. I'm curious how much better it is. There weren't many features though, only about 20-25 mins. total when you add them all up.

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  • About nancylives!
    Biography
    I'm married, with two children, we have a boatload of cats, one dog, a tarantula, fish and crawdads.
    Location
    mt. rainier, md
    Interests
    love horror movies obviously, natural history, hiking, canoeing, collecting comic books and other related crap, cooking, playing football, reading, drawing, listening to music, cleaning litter boxes...
    Occupation
    pre-kindergarten/headstart teacher, d.c. public schools
    Favorite Horror Movie
    a nightmare on elm street/phenomena/invasion of the body snatchers (1956)
    About Me
    basically, i love being alive. i find the most mundane moments to be the most exciting. i am a disciple of the haley mills/pollyanna school of "being glad."
    Music
    the cure, eurythmics, bauhaus, public image limited, fugazi, alanis morissette, punk, goth, blues, jazz, old-time country, anything...
    Movies
    blade runner, star wars, a nightmare on elm street (1984), invasion of the body snatchers (1956), the parent trap (1961), the empire strikes back, superman: the movie, jaws, phenomena, close encounters of the third kind, the bride of frankenstein, the incredible true adventures of two girls in love, king kong (1933), star trek 2: the wrath of khan, et, the day the earth stood still, the jerk, the third man, wet hot american summer, chasing amy, blue velvet, spider-man 2, the thing (1982)...
    Books
    charlotte's web by e.b. white, the stand by stephen king, dreaming in cuban by christina garcia, frankenstein by mary shelley, ethan frome by edith wharton, do androids dream of electric sheep by phillip k. dick, the puppet masters and stranger in a strange land by robert heinlein, old yeller by fred gipson, amos and boris by william steig, bridge to tarebithia by katherine patterson, field guide to reptiles of the eastern united states by roger conant, sereph on the suwannee by zhora neale hurston...
    TV
    bewitched, star trek (original), spider-man (70's live-action), buffy the vampire slayer
    Sex
    Male
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