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KMET! wow, that brings up a lot of memories...I deny everything. Dr.Demento and DnD.
Toggle Commented May 13, 2011 on Various things I want you to know at WWdN: In Exile
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It's the star of Knight Rider with David Hasselhoff and Gary Coleman.
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That's funny. Now we need to get that same shot with Zachary Quinto.
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speaking of photography and Nimoy: http://www.leonardnimoyphotography.com/
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It was a very fun movie. There where some issues; which I wrote about here: http://getoffmylawnyoudamnkids.blogspot.com/2009/05/big-ass-star-trek-spoiler.html Another big problem is people are talking about quantum mechanics without understanding it, or understanding why what Spock says actually make no sense. Decoherence and all that. However in the Context of the Star Trek movie it's fine.
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cyclist do stupid stuff to. I was rear ended by a guy a cyclist, and he flips me off. Also, About once a month I ahve to a quick stop while some cyclist blows through a stop sign. Cyclists are any exception to dumb vehicular operation.
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In CA there really aren't a high percentage of asshole drivers. Compared to pretty much any other city and sprawl as LA has. There is a lot of people so it seems to happen often. Try living in Oregon. Sheesh, these people have there heads up there asses. There is a complete lack of consistency. And Washington state? crap, these people seem to just go crazy at random times. Los Angles is generally consistent in their driving habits. Considering how many people seemed to stop and help, or call for help they don't seem to be assholes. Oh, and good job Wil. If you don't have any training to add and others are stopping, cautious getting out of the way is a big help. Oh, and your back issue might be a sign of a medical problem. See a doctor(M.D.), get an X-Ray. A nice message will help you feel better for a while, but it in no way treats the problem. Could just be a muscle issue, could be nerve issue. I saw a car serve to miss a sudden oncoming driver and watch a family go off a cliff once. 35 feet, I'm standing looking down wondering if the people I can get to were dying. This was in '86. No cell phones, the guy drove off no one on the road. closest stop, 12 miles away. I did it in 6 minutes. over 23 years later and my gut still tightens and tears come to my eyes. Shit.
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