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Other Movies - Music - TV Entertainment / Re: Survivor Tocantins
« on: April 10, 2009, 11:57:55 PM »
Try looking for an "ip address changer" they are available at torent sights. This can be set up to show that you are from the USA and let you watch the episodes.

good luck

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Off Topic / Re: Jury Duty
« on: April 10, 2009, 11:53:29 PM »
This is your civic duty to be apart of the process, so grow some balls and go and actually learn something, instead of trying to run away with your tail between your legs.

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Wampa Cave / Re: Star Wars Autograph Question........
« on: December 18, 2008, 08:28:00 PM »
I just frame mine and hope for the best    :confused0024:

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Off Topic / Re: I Hate Canadian Tire
« on: November 29, 2008, 08:00:43 PM »
Well I have been taking a total of 4 cars to our local C/T for about 10 years now. We have had no issues at all with the service at all. They have been very professional with their knowledge and service. Anything that needed fixed has been done correctly and on time everytime.

I've had more issues with the actual car dealerships than I've had with C/T. I recommend them to anyone that asks. Guess we have a good one out here.

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Off Topic / Re: WalMart ignites a toy war!
« on: October 19, 2008, 07:23:26 AM »
Me as a consumer has made an effort not to shop at WalMart. There are plenty of other stores to shop at and the quality of their merchandise usually is higher than the crap you buy At Walmart.

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Wampa Cave / Re: Who else is looking forward to FAN expo this weekend?
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:57:51 AM »
We'll be going on Saturday as well. Really looking forward to this one.

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We seen Mirrors today............can I please have the 90mins of my life back...it was BAD :mad0177:

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Just got back from seeing this. What a great movie, lots of special affects and a really good drunk scene.....lol   very good time watching this one

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Other Movies - Music - TV Entertainment / Re: Batman Begins Sequel
« on: June 29, 2008, 02:10:08 PM »
This was posted at www.canoe's website...

"LOS ANGELES - Heath Ledger is getting a fond tribute from his collaborators on "The Dark Knight."

The end credits of the "Batman Begins" sequel include a farewell note to Ledger, who died in January from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs; and to special-effects technician Conway Wickliffe, who was killed last September in a stunt-car accident.

"In memory of our friends Heath Ledger & Conway Wickliffe," reads the tribute included in the credits, which went up Thursday on the Warner Bros. publicity website.

Ledger plays the villainous Joker in "The Dark Knight," who begins a reign of terror on Gotham City that pits him against conflicted hero Batman (Christian Bale).

The movie reteams Bale with director Christopher Nolan and returning co-stars Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Gary Oldman. Joining the cast are Aaron Eckhart and Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Beginning months before Ledger's death, his frenetic performance and demented-clown makeup have been a cornerstone of the marketing campaign for the film.

"I needed a phenomenal actor, but he also had to be someone unafraid of taking on such an iconic role," Nolan says in the production notes for "The Dark Knight." "Heath created something entirely original. It's stunning, it's captivating. ... It's going to blow people away."



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Wasn't too impressed with it at all  :indifferent0020:   . As LordJawas said something was missing. As far as I'm concerned bring on Batman  :)`

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I seen on Entertainment tonight that it was picked up for another season.   :rockon:

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  They are a Canadian company...their deals are on par with BLockbuste.  BOO BLockbuster...YAY ROGERS!!!

Canadian company..............nice,  couldn't have said it better myself

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FYI, the link takes me to a movie theater ticket site.

?????????

Link is fixed

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This article is from http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/
"Over the past week I've been receiving a double does of e-mails regarding Dimension Extreme's Inside (review), which is now available at all retailers and Blockbusters nationwide. For every glowing e-mail from a reader who agreed with my review, there was one who didn't. The amount of e-mails that I received was pretty perplexing and out of the norm, which had me scratching my head - until today. We discovered that Blockbuster Video has censored the release of the French slasher film cutting a whopping seven minutes of blood and guts out of the film! So all of you haters who rented the film at Blockbuster, drop me a line because I am quite curious to see how bad it was demolished. Dimenson has an exclusive deal with Blockbuster, which sucks because Dimension Extreme is going to have plenty of unrated titles released through it. Screw you Blockbuster, I'm 28-years-old and don't need you to tell me what I can or can't watch. Man I'm FURIOUS. What do you guys think? I'm going to hit up Blockbuster today and go take a look."

Gave up this crappy chain of stores years ago and why I never went back.

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Off Topic / Re: What to bring to comicon?
« on: April 10, 2008, 12:28:41 PM »
I usually go to these conventions with camera, extra batteries, charger (mine has a car adapter), shoulder bag for goodies. If you plan on getting  autograph pictures a manila envelope with cardboard inserts (I use a cut up cereal box) helps give the envelope strength. I also bring a few clear plastic picture sleeves to put the pictures in. Don't forget lots of cash, usually the bank machines charge a lot for service charges, a comfortable pair of shoes (even a second set stored in the car). Most important A LOT OF PATIENCE. Hope that gives you some ideas.

enjoy.   :party0007:

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