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Yeah, the doll-room was always funny.  Longoria is working well for me in this. I hated her in Desparate Housewives.
Did you soak your merkin?
I bought my dad the last 3 seasons over the past couple of years as neither he nor I have Stars. It is a great piece of entertainment with sometimes great acting. I am still a believer that the first two seasons were truly the best, in part because of John Hannah.
Anyone not made contact with their giver and receiver?
 I can see winter madness has already started in Duluth.  Break out your Vitamin D light, get Into the Woods groove.
Nah, I am always a deliver right before Christmas type. I managed to track Tim K to his in-laws for his present a couple of years ago and it arrived about the same time he did.  I will start a bit earlier because who knows what the Canadian Customs and Imports office will do to me.
So, tonight, I am cruising Mordor, looking for some orcs to kill, when I see...   No!!!! Not my man, Singer. I put the heavy chomp on the vile Orc, but he retreats right as I get knocked down by some stupid rock. I never catch up. After I fail that mission, I see     If Crusader Kings taught me nothing, it is that I must seek revenge for Rain Dog!   Success and the orc dropped an Epic rune! Consider yourself revenged, Rain Dog!
So, with number 20, Nick just turned the knob to 11.  I could watch the collected works of Christopher Guest all day, but This is Spinal Tap is amazing.
So, playing with the awesome gift that Singer gave me, Middle-earth:Shadow of Mordor. It plays a lot like Arkham Asylum, but with much, much more killing. I am enjoying it. I am only 8 percent through, after a couple of hours of play last night. I am going to have to change some keybinds though. Using Left Ctrl is breaking my pinky finger.     Thanks Singer! Between this and earlier loving, I definitely owe you more than second base if we ever meet in real life.
I have to agree with mcNooj, Analog Olmos, and Bucho on this one. It was a hard film, but damn was it a great theater experience. The German women segment was needed: it showed us Pitt's character, it showed us what war had done to his tank crew, plus Pena's top hat and cane was magnificent. It's also a deconstruction of all the "young man goes to war, gets laid by the women they liberate, learns about life, and wins the war."  That final battle scene had my bloodpressure...
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