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Pretty sure I worked with/for raquetcat last summerYou're working with "ksu is ranked 1" this summer!
ESPN FC ?@ESPNFC 2mYour CEO just mushed that idea fwiw.
Manchester City has reportedly lined up a deal to sign Radamel Falcao in the summer. Find out more in On The Move http://espnfc.com/blog/_/name/onthemove/id/5844?cc=5901
I don't know what to believe anymore. Wtf.
Good parts, but I need to watch it again. I was sleepy.Starting Pulp Fiction right now!
One of my absolute favorites. Pulp Fiction is addictive. Can't count how many times I've watched it, or parts of it.
I hope the guy who returned kicks last year can is still in the running for the job. I bet he will lockett up by the end of camp!YES!
Party at Metalhead's house!Apparently I'm neighbors with Metalhead!
Future neighbors. I'll be living in that house next year.
Yeah, I don't think I really like old movies.Spaces...are you into classic films? Strangers on a Train is something I would recommend to anyone (Hitchcock at it's finest). You could always add The Rock or something like Predator/Robocop. Classic 80s (90s forThe Rock) movies are always a blast.I don't think I would like those. What's Strangers on a Train like?
Two dudes meet on a train. They talk about people they don't want in their lives and the idea of criss-crossing murders to get away with the crime loosely comes up. The main character thinks it is all talk, but the other dude thinks the deal is done. Stuff happens and it is a good flick. From the sounds of it, you may not be into older movies (which was made in 1950).
In Bruges may be more in line with what you like (which is all good). If you do happen to like In Bruges, watch Seven Psychopaths as well.
Added to the list. Thanks, bosscat.Spaces...are you into classic films? Strangers on a Train is something I would recommend to anyone (Hitchcock at it's finest). You could always add The Rock or something like Predator/Robocop. Classic 80s (90s forThe Rock) movies are always a blast.
Strangers on a Train didn't really age well, imo. Rear Window is great however.
Also, spaceypoo, watch In Bruges.