Jan 10, 2007
LOL... yep, but don't forget, they'll be "edgy reimaginings! " And yes, this is quite the era of remakes with an occassional, accidental original! (Oct 31, 2010 | post #3)
No one can blame ya for the writing OneRyder. When I get stirred up about something, I have much to say also. LIKE LOUD ADS!!! Oh, wait, they're not loud! Give me a f* break. (Aug 1, 2010 | post #10)
That's exactly one of my approaches. The other is just plain old research on a product. I don't let pitch-men sell me anything! (Aug 1, 2010 | post #4)
So at this point, I'm seeing that the onus is on the driver. The "professional " to make his adaptation to the track / pits. Makes perfect sense. (Mar 24, 2009 | post #6)
Jimmy48: yea, that's my first take. They're the professionals who get the big bucks... but when so many of them that tagged for the same problem, when does the focus shift to other sources? It's like when a whole class fails a subject: is it the class, or the teacher? That's why I start pondering if it's the line that's been moved by the track or nascar for limiting off-season practice maybe. when you're in a zone driving your heart out at 180-200 mph, i get being taken by surprise... -- pits on both sides of the track??? (Mar 7, 2009 | post #3)
I agree. Some albums are so worth having, then again, there are others that just give me headaches. (Aug 6, 2008 | post #2)
IT's who you know, not what you know! (Jul 20, 2008 | post #6)
I'm a big Newman fan, but I can't disagree with you guys. Newman's wins came from rain and fuel mileage, and the fuel mileage was a neat little trick that his team came up with. With that said, he can wheel a car, as noted by the number of poles he's got, but he's got to get that long race win mode going. Not to mention, it seems that no one ever does well in the No. 12 car. What's up with that? (Jul 16, 2008 | post #3)
We can only hope they do Watchmen justice. Right? (Jul 16, 2008 | post #3)
I believe this is a joke post gang. There's no link to the original article, but I found one in reference to the crash, but no honorable mention of the coffee. http://abclocal.go .com/kgo/story?sec tion=news/local &id=6045725 An early April's Fools Joke? (Mar 28, 2008 | post #18)
It seems interesting that the taxes that Palo Alto generates from business owners and commerce from out of town citizenry are used to keep those very folks out of 'palo alto's' park. (Dec 11, 2007 | post #1)
I heard repeated condolence's given to Ricky on the SIRIUS Satellite show yesterday, but he didn't seem too despondent. Over on Rickycraven.com, they have a memorial spot for a one James F. Grotton, who died Sunday. I found the following on the web: James is survived by their three children, Carman Alenson, Erik Grotton and Cathleen Craven. http://www.concord monitor.com/apps/p bcs.dll/article?AI D=/20071030/NEWS01 /710300317/0/48HOU RS Cathleen is Ricky's wife, so I believe the condolences are TO his wife, not about his wife. Bruce Simmons (Nov 7, 2007 | post #2)
Carter, I am wondering, what is it you were expecting from the flick that let you down? Thanks, Bruce (Jul 8, 2007 | post #15)
PS: The audience I was in, broke into applause after the movie ended. Everyone in this giant stadium theater loved it! (Jul 5, 2007 | post #12)
If one is looking for a Gone with the Wind type epic, this isn't it. If someone is looking for a movie that depicts toys from yesteryear, and makes them come to life on the silver screen, then this movie kicks butt. I went to see a sci fi movie about aliens. I went with no expectations and came away pretty jazzed. The cast is great. The eye candy is great. The special effects are great. The story line, for what it is, (It is not a statement about any social scenario, it's a flick with lots of noise, explosions, destruction and aliens), is great. The story line about aliens landing on earth looking for something carried the movie along pretty well between conflicts and explosions. The actors in the movie make it great, and the comic spots are interspersed throughout and well timed. There are some fanciful scenes, but some are just a hoot to watch, and because I don't want to give anything away, I can't really say what. My only knit: There are so many moving parts on the 'bots, it's hard to distinguish them apart when they are tearing into each other. Oh, and don't bolt from the theater super fast.. If you're interested, there's a little extra scene or 2 during the closing credits involving the parents. (Jul 5, 2007 | post #11)
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