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BabysArmHoldingApple

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Location:Lafayette
Biography:Boring
Interests:Boredom
Occupation:Most Boring thing about me
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Registered on:12/29/2016
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Not from Dirty Harry (1972). From The Enforcer (1976)...
[quote]I hate to say it but this almost seems like an attention grab from her[/quote] Thought the same thing. Some of these folks will do anything to stay relevant especially in the social media age. But it’s hard to know for certain...
[quote]But after you had broken that wall and spoken with him for awhile you realized what a great actor he was.[/quote] The actor’s IMDb is very impressive. He was in a lot of great movies - I had no idea. And he lived to be 96 yo...
[quote] just read the first 8 pages of the thread[/quote] Please direct us to the forum where all of your exes are posting about their respective experiences with y'all. It will be helpful to make an informed decision about the topic....
This is a good point and I have often wondered the same thing. Back when I was young I believed that the encore was dependent on the how hard you howled…if you didn’t want them to come back bad enough then they wouldn’t come and the show was just over. Not sure id that was really how it worked b...
[quote]Local lawyer and another implicated in staged wrecks scheme linked to the killing of a federal witness. [/quote] Who is Attorney A in the news story?...
[quote] Sandy Stern is the most interesting character in Turow’s canon and he’s not in here[/quote] Started watching the series but wasn't sure if I would stick with it because I already know the "story"... why watch an updated re-hash? But there are some key differences from the original sour...
[quote]Bauer, 44, was found guilty of first-degree sodomy and sexual abuse of a child under 12 following a weeklong trial during which his attorneys claimed the girl had made up the allegations.[/quote] Reminiscent of the Devil's Advocate wherein Keanu Reeves' character Kevin Lomax successfully d...
Why yes he did. He had a righteous 'fro. Was drafted by Chicago (ahead of Karl Malone!) and traded to Cleveland Cavs for Charles Oakley...then Keith went on the Mel Turpin diet and the rest is history. ...
[quote]Patterson Hood.[/quote] Why? Serious question … always liked DBT. ...
Lots to pick from honestly…....
I rank them in the order of release with a major drop in quality between The Enforcer (#3) and Sudden Impact (#4). ...
[quote]Elliot Easton[/quote] I was coming to post this but you beat me to it. He probably won’t make too many “top” lists but he provided some fantastic guitar work…and as you correctly note, he did not try to overshadow the songs. I recently noticed that I enjoy the songs that Benjamin Orr ...
[quote]Richard Gere put a gerbil up his arse[/quote] Who was an original investor in Habitrails? Who raised hairless gerbils and trained them to walk backwards through tunnels? Who had a pet gerbil named Stinky? The answer becomes apparent if you ask the right questions... ...
[quote]You'll need one of these if you're in Laffy.[/quote] Ideal way to accessorize the Affliction tee......
The buttons on that double-breasted suit are about to fly off and hurt someone ...
[quote]Billy Martin[/quote] Rangers and Indians brawled in a game the previous week. Martin was asked if he feared retribution on the upcoming trip to Cleveland. He responded “They don’t have enough fans there to worry about,”. Cleveland fans were insulted. Indians management decided it wo...
Try Jason Isbell, Tyler Childers and Kruangbin…not necessarily “new”.but all still putting out great music...