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Jan 7th 2011 12:21PM The answer to his success is that he's an excellent actor. I don't know why people are surprised that consummate character actors should be successful at what they do. This man is a consummate character actor. My personal favorite was his role in "The Rock".
Dec 17th 2010 9:44AM Oh yay, thanks for providing the specifics for unscrupulous people to use you irresponsible ding dongs. The information could have been relayed without specifics about HOW it can be done.Where is your sense of responsibility for heaven's sake?
Dec 10th 2010 7:03AM Who is funding this guy and why?
Dec 2nd 2010 6:23AM I agree. It's very important for people who want to start a family to find a way to do so, but to make that goal such a focused part of your life that it affects your social support net doesn't sound emotionally healthy. Then again, I'm one of those people who takes great joy in other people's kids.
Nov 9th 2010 7:59AM Sad to see the park in such bad shape. Interesting to see that despite the park's storm-related ill fate, it didn't stop some of NO's fine citizens from vandalizing what was left. That's even sadder.
Aug 30th 2010 10:57AM How do pet owners miss that about their sweetie pies? All I had to do was look out the window while the dog played in the yard to figure that out and let's not mention licking a person in the face after doing their own toillet!
Aug 30th 2010 10:52AM Christie Hyde - way to go! When it comes to pack order...your own species comes first. Pack order...humans/den/food providers on the bed. Doggies on the floor or in their own doggy beds.
The old saying that he who lies with dogs rises with fleas is also to be considered...or ticks or plain debris they pick up walking and sitting on the ground outside.
Aug 19th 2010 2:19PM You mean like "nookular" instead of nuclear?
Jul 13th 2010 7:02AM I think this has been going on for longer than just these particular movies. I mean, look what's on HBO TV...the True Blood series...looks to be far more "instructive" in biting than the Twilight movies.
Jun 16th 2010 9:51AM Not everyone wants to be self-employed, whatever age they are, and if they have families, insurance and benefits are more important than to someone who is unattached. Stating that people over 50 should be working for themselves shows a bit of bias on your part as well.