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Old 06-07-2011, 07:55 AM   #41
 
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The Three Caberallos. Whoever came up this was on something and it was strong.
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The Three Caberallos. Whoever came up this was on something and it was strong.
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Old 06-08-2011, 05:29 PM   #44
 
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MARK PASSIO...Everything I Needed to Know in Life I Learned From Watching The Wizard of OZ on Vimeo
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I'm presently into Frazier, Little House on the Prairie,a nd Golden Girls on Hallmark. I watch everyday, before leaving for work, and when i get home. Yeah, i'm a granny at heart, lol.
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Old 06-09-2011, 01:43 PM   #46
 
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Well the last 2 movies I rented were a bust (Little ****ers and Blue Valentine). I have no time to waste these days on crudy movies...therefore I didn't even finish them. I now have Country Strong waiting for me to watch...hopefully it's a good sappy chic flic. LOL

On T.V. I've been watching MasterChef...just love it...and wrapping up Master Top Chef.
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I just watched every episode of Hot in Cleveland in one sitting. A couple months ago I watched all of Firefly (should still be on the air). And a few months before that I watched all of Better Off Ted (again, should never have been cancelled). All very entertaining.
I don't know what I'll watch next.

As for movies - watched The Rite last week. Not good, tho I can listen to Anthony Hopkins talk all nite long.
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Old 06-12-2011, 04:49 AM   #48
 
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Jeep: I totally forgot that I wanted to sew The Rite. Is it on DVD yet?

I am watching Dolls (2002) it's a Japanese movie. It's slow but the characters and story are really well developed. It's just....good. But I can see how it's not for everyone.
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Jeep: I totally forgot that I wanted to sew The Rite. Is it on DVD yet?
Not sure if it's out on DVD yet. I watched it online.
Looking for something good to watch today. Can't seem to find anything in the thousands of movies available. : )
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Today I was hooked on HGTV. I watched 2 seasons of Antonio Ballarore's show and 2 seasons of David Bromstad's show. I'm going to be dreaming about painting and decorating.
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Criminal Minds marathon. I LOVE this show!!
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Old 06-13-2011, 07:29 AM   #56
 
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The Lion King. I musta been 10 the first (and last time) I saw this movie.
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Old 06-15-2011, 06:58 AM   #57
 
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The Tale of Despereaux.

8/10.

Too cute (and I love me my Emma Watson).
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I watched Firefly and Serenity last weekend.(yay, Netflix!)

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Free Your Mind Conference – Mark Passio FreeView Documentaries

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* off key*

cause we are living.....singgulluhhhh
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