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Mar 24th 2011 7:48PM Chef sounds like a moron.
Dec 26th 2010 7:47PM I stopped using IE years ago. Firefox as my primary browser with Chrome as my backup works fine. Why doesn't Microsoft just get off their asses and just produce a reliable product? Is that asking too much?
Dec 24th 2010 5:10PM Nothing get's by you, huh?
Oct 25th 2010 3:44PM Always consider the source. In this case it would be Rob Shuter. If he were a weather forecaster, I would look out the window to see if he's correct.
Oct 14th 2010 8:26PM I agree. With the current state of lawyer commercials (ambulance chasing, to put it mildly), when I needed an attorney to declare bankruptcy a few years ago. I refused to hire one who advertised, but hired one who didn't and was very happy with the results. I even joked with him, telling who I thought were the worst offenders. He understood. From the looks of his office, he wasn't lacking any clients.
Oct 6th 2010 5:48PM Mary Jane, your grandson love the magazine, a healthy attitude. With you tossing the issue into the trash, shows you have the problem. Lighten up. It's just a picture.
Oct 1st 2010 1:02PM Dal is correct. Hollywood has absolutely no imagination anymore. Everything now is rehashed scripts from series or movies past. 5-oh is good, but not as good as the original. Even the opening montage CLOSELY imitates the original open, down to the zooms, pans and locales. NBC learned that the Rockford Files redo was a bad and canned the attempt, but might go ahead with a redo of the Munsters? Gee, maybe Gilligan will finally get off the island should that series be revived. How about another F-Troop or how about another Monkees show (woops, they tried). Leave it to Beaver (another bad attempt). Mission: Impossible anyone (the movies bastardsized the series)? How about another Mr Ed with Gilbert Gottfried providing the voice of the horse? Sniff, sniff...I smell a winner! Network Hollywood needs to be original again. It's no wonder that the cable channels are having successful series.
Sep 26th 2010 3:04PM Steven, get your shorts unknotted, you answered a bot. The same answer as the thirty year old can be found everywhere. But credit due where credit earned, you tried.
Sep 16th 2010 12:33AM
M&M's are named after the company founders surnames Forrest Mars and Bruce Murrie.
Mars and Murrie...M&M.
Jun 12th 2010 4:35PM Then you never Gerald McRaney play George Hearst in Deadwood.
A far departure from either Simon or Major Dad. He was very good, and a real bad ass.