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  • Birthday 01/11/1989

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    I'm a compulsive, short sighted, creative, not nearly as religious as I should, writer, movie watcher, comic book read, video game player, geek.

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  1. It was a good first episode with some foreshadowing in terms of the Fuhrer's real intentions. This Second Series is off to a good start. :)
  2. [quote name='Allamorph'][FONT=Arial][COLOR=DarkRed]Matt[/COLOR] and I share the same sentiments. HOWEVER, I [I]would[/I] like to point out that were it McCain being sworn in with the same degree of hoopla, I would be saying the same thing. Now then. I do understand the security beef-up because unfortunately some people are still stupid about skin color. I [I]can[/I] understand the need for big-screen TVs all over the place for the people who attended the parade and can't get close enough to the actual ceremony to witness it?but then again I wonder why you just didn't watch the parade f
  3. Minus security, why are we spending millions of dollars just so that Barack Obama can swear to uphold the constitution? It's a waste of money. We don't need these parades! Those balls are needed. Those musicians aren't needed. This is what is wrong with American. We are in a recession for God's sake, and we are spending $100,000,000+ just so Obama can promise to uphold the constitution. That is all that the Inauguration is about, folks. A man, who will become president, promises to defend the Constitution.
  4. Can I be a fourth? Bring back the Amphitheater!
  5. January 7th, 2009 – Day 7: The Godfather Part 1 BEFORE: The Godfather. The name alone brings up images of Italy, of decapitated horses, gangsters, corrupt officers, family values twisted around crime. It is not necessarily a complicated tale, but it is an honest one. You don’t feel like the directors were pulling your chain, forcing you to sympathize with these characters. It was the story itself that made you fall in love with it...that made you believe it. That is what makes a great story – you believe in it naturally. You are first intrigued, then you learn about the
  6. Looks like I totally forgot to update that post. I added it in, so you can all know how I felt about it. After the totally average Click, I am going to watch My Neighbor Totoro today. Should be pretty sweet. [COLOR=Blue] [b]Edit:[/b][/COLOR] January 6th, 2009 ? My Neighbor Totoro BEFORE ? I can barely remember the first time I saw ?My Neighbor Totoro?. I do know that it was a long time ago, most likely in those short years where you have no collective memory whatsoever. I am fairly certain that it was not on the bigscreen ? probably because ?My Neighbor Totoro? never came to the big s
  7. January 4th, 2009 ? Day 4: Blood Simple BEFORE: Well, now that I am finally on track with this whole ?watch a different move every day for one year? thing, I might as well write about the way things will work. The idea of this is that I get to watch a bunch of movies I either have very vague memories of, or haven?t seen at all. Thus, I will instantly become movie savvy, and I can then join the great club of ?movie savvy? people that everyone wishes to join, but no one knows how. Each journal entry will consist of a BEFORE or AFTER portion. The BEFORE will consists of my thoughts on matte
  8. [quote name='Kinetix']This is a very interesting agenda that you've created for yourself. Do you have a list of movies already devised or are you winging it from day to day?[/QUOTE] [url]http://otakuboards.com/showthread.php?t=59818[/url] So, in accordance with this evidence, I must say that the only plausible answer is YES.
  9. Day 1: Citizen Kane, Office Space, Lawrence of Arabia God damnit. I wait for two months to start this on the first, and what do I do? I totally forget about the whole thing until two days late, at two in the morning. Damnit all. And so, like a madman, I scrambled to the internet, and went to watch Citizen Kane. And you know what? That was a damn good film. That last shot? That made the film. Even if the rest of it was pure crap - that last shot made it legendary. But now I will need to watch Office Space and Lawrence of Arabia later today to make up for lost time. Damn it al
  10. [quote name='chibi-master']I don't trust banks anymore, what with the recession and all.:animedepr[/QUOTE] That reminds me of a guy who, as a kid that lived through the Great Depression, he was always told to never trust banks. So, as an adult, he put all of his money in jars and buried them in his backyard.
  11. [quote name='Lunox'][font=trebuchet ms] Teehee. Although the thing is now that I have so much cash I don't want to use it on anything.[/font][/QUOTE] Send it my way! I am itching for a new mousepad.
  12. [quote name='Lunox'][font=trebuchet ms] - $500[/font][/QUOTE] We're exchanging families. NAOW.
  13. Let's see... The Dark Knight Batman Boxers The Godfather Triliogy Boxset A 9 disc documentary on American History Army of Two (plan on returning it to put it towards a gaming keyboard) $10 Best Buy Gift Card $10 Movie Gift Card The Witcher: Extended Edition [Bought it myself :D]
  14. Wait, so people are going crazy that Obama invited Warren, who opposes homosexuality? Despite the fact that the opposition of homosexuality is a standard in Christianity (God, specifically, was against it! I'll look up the verse later). lawl
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