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Elizabeth Sheryl
Southern Oregon
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Same thing with Dish, they still have it labeled as El Tigre for tomorrow night. Can't wait to watch it though.
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Can't wait to watch it! Woo.
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oh the Hooters girl story made me cringe. Not fun at all. I'm so glad you now feel like you are living your dream. :)
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That is great! I dont think it could be any better unless somewhere on it was lolercopters. :)
Toggle Commented May 3, 2007 on LOL Trek at WWdN: In Exile
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hee. I love the heart eyes.
Toggle Commented Apr 10, 2007 on dork tower 36 at WWdN: In Exile
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Great story. I think you are right, he learned to laugh at himself and not take himself so seriously, and that's probably why he was so much more relaxed and fun to be around when you watched baseball together. I think, probably, he wasn't happy with the fact that TNG was a hit (taking the light away from his series), and that you had a lot of buzz about you with being on TNG and Stand By Me. I'm guessing at the time he was feeling the fame start to slip away a little, and probably was "kind of a dick" for a few years. I still want to kick him in the shin though, for making fun of your suit!
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I didn't read the other comment so if it's redundant, sorry. First, I love the Cowboys, you leave 'em alone!!! (I was born in Dallas so I don't think I'm allowed to love any other team..plus the only other places I've lived are Las Vegas and now Oregon..no teams TO root for) Second..I think one of the problems about the commercials was that there WAS user generated commercials. "They" (as in the bohemeth of powerful people who run things) have decided that it's the MySpace/We generation, and all we want is to be interactive and have our own say. Which, yeah, we like our entertainment immediately and for free...but I'd actually LIKE for an overpaid marketing guy/gal to come up with a really funny commercial for the SUPERBOWL. This isn't a commercial during How I Met Your Mother, it's supposed to be great. So, yeah..I can't wait for them to latch onto a new "it" thing like smell-o-vision or something, because making everything interactive is just wearing on my nerves! hah.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2007 on the not so super bowl at WWdN: In Exile
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There were a couple people who commented saying--"well you voted him in office, TWICE." as though we should just sit back and eat the shit they are trying to serve us. Another person pointed this out but I want to reiterate. Election-time politics is great at deferring Americans attentions away from what is actually going on in the world, what they actually stand for. They get in "moral" debates about relgion, family values, the Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays ridiculousness, abortion, stem-cell etc and get people fired up because we have strong opinions on these things. So, Americans get mad that the opposite party politician is pro-life or pro-choice and you vote for the person who says he believes in what you do. He doesn't have to talk about what he will vote for, except "family values", and so politicians are getting elected left and right that are crafty, and who take bribes and care more about distracting than leading. I didn't vote for Bush, I know many people who didn't vote for Bush, but even the people that did (lets say they are religious and want to make sure someone who holds their values is in office) they still have the RIGHT to disagree with what he is doing NOW. We put a person into office based on what they tell us during campains, and if that person doesn't do what they say, or takes it to an extreme/gets power-hungry, we should be able to express our anger and get the person out of office. Another thing I heard from some DEMOCRATS that I worked with during the past election. "Well, he's already gotten us in this mess, we've gotta keep him in to settle it." Ridiculous, I know, but it's how some people thought.
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2006 on a statement of conscience at WWdN: In Exile
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"(that's how I found Luke Skywalker in the Bespin outfit, which had a really cool lightsaber that you could take out of his hand and lose in the back yard the first day you played with it.)" This is why I was never allowed Polly Pocket. I wanted it so badly but it was a) expensive b) even smaller bits and pieces to loose. This post was fabulous, btw.
Toggle Commented Sep 15, 2006 on blue light special at WWdN: In Exile
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*smiles* I grew up in las vegas, from age 3-20, just moved away about a year ago, and actually just got back home to Oregon from a 3 week vacation, but it was to visit family not what you'd think of a las vegas vacation. It's funny, I lived on the west side of town, probably in the same area that you were driving around..funny to see it from that perspective.
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Eeeesh, that is a tough one. Similar to what I've had with the in-laws and the Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas debate...which I'm much more diplomatic about than at my blog, hah. (sometimes computer illiterate relatives is a good thing) I go back and forth so much on death penalty, because I know the rational points, and I don't believe people have a right to just put someone to death no matter WHAT they do..but then again my emotions want to "kill 'em" when I hear some horrible story about a child being beaten and sexually abused and all those other things we see on shows like Court TV. I think, though, the rational side does win for me on this one. Why do we need to resort to violence/murder to show that what this person did was wrong, we don't...it's just the passion and rage we feel when something horrific has happened.
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