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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 10:30 pm 
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2010 HESS Truck (this year it has a jet)

lol My parents get me one of those every year. It's sort of a tradition.

I was just like, "A jet on the back of a truck? That's not practical at all!"

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i kind of promised everyone that i'd learn to drive with my xmas money.... kind of sucks, but i don't really have much space for anything anyway.

Kay, hold the phone.

Avatar, you don't drive? *raises eyebrow*


no, in fact a lot of my freinds that are my age (24/25~) don't drive either,
i blame the fact that you start being able to drive only a year before being able to drink, and since most people are drinking before they are 18, and you can't do both at once, one of the two has to take priority.
i did have a bunch of driving lessons when i was 17, but i ran out of money before i was ready for the test. and then never bothered getting more lessons.

also, i watched the Avatar extended cut last night, and it is a great improvement, [theres a whole subplot about some Na'Vi (including Neytiri's sister) blowing up a bulldozer, and then hiding at Grace's school and the fatal human retaliation, at the school, infront of Neytiri, and all of Grace's other students, is what causes the sudden hatred of humans by na'vi seen in the movie.] also there is about 3 scenes which add a completely new Pandoran creature, kind of like rhino's with spikes on their heads, and smaller than the hammerhead things.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:49 am 
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Best thing ever.

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niiiice, did you make them? or buy them? if so where from?

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:04 am 
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niiiice, did you make them? or buy them? if so where from?

I can't take credit for these, I just found them through the internet. In fact, I didn't even do that, Jester linked me to them.

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The Ror angel and white balls are effin' brilliant. Heh...

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The Ror angel and white balls are effin' brilliant. Heh...

this made me laugh.

But yeah. Anyone got christmas plans?
I think I might be having the John Carpenter marathon I never had on holloween.

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NiteOwl wrote:
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The Ror angel and white balls are effin' brilliant. Heh...

this made me laugh.

But yeah. Anyone got christmas plans?
I think I might be having the John Carpenter marathon I never had on holloween.


like a million plans :shock: I'm going to have almost no time to myself for the next week. I have separate parents so that's 2 places I need to be over Christmas, and then there is all my girlfriends family, including 2 sets of grandparents, I already saw my grandparents last night and I only have 2 days off work, because Christmas overtime is too enticing financially. I'm only off on Sunday and Tuesday, instead of the 4 day weekend I could have had.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:17 am 
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But yeah. Anyone got christmas plans?
I think I might be having the John Carpenter marathon I never had on holloween.


Holloween ? That's a new holiday or something :lol: ?

I wish TNT still did their James Bond marathons after New Year's Eve, two years in a row started by being fucking awesome and having marathons that went from "Dr. No" to "The Spy Who Loved Me", good shit.

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I haven't seen a 007 movie in ages, unless you count Never Say Never which I caught the second half of about a month ago.

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But yeah. Anyone got christmas plans?
I think I might be having the John Carpenter marathon I never had on holloween.


Holloween ? That's a new holiday or something :lol: ?

I wish TNT still did their James Bond marathons after New Year's Eve, two years in a row started by being fucking awesome and having marathons that went from "Dr. No" to "The Spy Who Loved Me", good shit.

I always like how the Sci-fi channel has a 24 hour Twilight Zone marathon.

It's almost like some sort of holiday.

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NiteOwl wrote:
But yeah. Anyone got christmas plans?
I think I might be having the John Carpenter marathon I never had on holloween.


Holloween ? That's a new holiday or something :lol: ?

I wish TNT still did their James Bond marathons after New Year's Eve, two years in a row started by being fucking awesome and having marathons that went from "Dr. No" to "The Spy Who Loved Me", good shit.


SpikeTV does their "007 Days of Christmas" in which they play pretty much all the good ones, and then Sci-Fi (or SyFy as it now is) does their two-day Twilight Zone New Year's marathon which is always fun to watch.


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So all the malls, and all the radio stations are playing Christmas music, and one song that gets played quite regularly is Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmas Time". The song is kind of dated, but it wasn't until just now that I realized I've had the lyrics wrong all this time. I guess I only knew the song by its tune, and not its title, as I always thought he was singing "It's simply havoc, a wonderful Christmas time", when he's actually singing "We're simply having a wonderful Christmas time".

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So all the malls, and all the radio stations are playing Christmas music, and one song that gets played quite regularly is Paul McCartney's "Wonderful Christmas Time". The song is kind of dated, but it wasn't until just now that I realized I've had the lyrics wrong all this time. I guess I only knew the song by its tune, and not its title, as I always thought he was singing "It's simply havoc, a wonderful Christmas time", when he's actually singing "We're simply having a wonderful Christmas time".

Kind of reminds me when I used to think "All the lonely people" was "All the lovely people".

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so i got some early loot today, list includes -

- the big lebowski 10th anniversary dvd
- a baseball holder case thing (i caught a foul ball at citi field during its inaugural season, so now i can put it in a display case after i get it signed)
- $50 prepaid card (which i plan to blow through on steam)
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I wanna get Brooklyn the Big Ol' Nicolas Cage box set.

Including such classics as...Knowing! The Wicker Man! and who can forget the seminal classic, Captain Corelli's Mandolin!

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I wanna get Brooklyn the Big Ol' Nicolas Cage box set.

Including such classics as...Knowing! The Wicker Man! and who can forget the seminal classic, Captain Corelli's Mandolin!

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stephen king wrote those nic cage movies?


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 1:41 am 
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I wanna get Brooklyn the Big Ol' Nicolas Cage box set.

Including such classics as...Knowing! The Wicker Man! and who can forget the seminal classic, Captain Corelli's Mandolin!

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stephen king wrote those nic cage movies?

Goddamn it, images.

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Godziller66 wrote:
I wanna get Brooklyn the Big Ol' Nicolas Cage box set.

Including such classics as...Knowing! The Wicker Man! and who can forget the seminal classic, Captain Corelli's Mandolin!

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you are obviously listing bad Nic Cage movies, but I actually thought Knowing was pretty cool.

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