« on: May 1, 2004, 03:31 PM »
Don't act like you don't know what I'm talkin' about.
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Wow..WAP isn't opening and now I'm getting timed out logging in.
Also...It says "The forum is being moved to another server. Back soon."
So...What's your take on this?
This should not be aired. It's just more liberal anti-war/anti-Bush messages.
It's my way of showing repsect for those who lost people. I won't let them become political pawns, especialy for publicity.
Isn't this some sort of Trademark or Copyright infringement?
I don't know.
People think it's easy to be a cinemaddict, but they don't realize just how DVDifficult a life it really is. There are times when you go on a binge, spending $140 at Deep Discount, but then there are the horrible, horrible withdrawals you go through during the slow weeks. It's awful.
It's become the most important thing in my life--watching my DVDs on my 27" Sanyo, bought from Wal-Mart, through my PlayStation 2--probably the greatest DVD player ever created. I'm a junkie. It's all I do all day--I'm just addicted to cinema. A cinemaddict. My cinemaddiction now comes before everything--friends, family, work--I don't even have a real job. It's even affected my personal hygiene. The last time I bathed myself was back in DVDecember, the day when Pirates of the Caribbean was released. That was an important DVDay--and you better believe that I looked and smelled great as I strolled into Best Buy as soon as they opened to get my fix for the DVDay.
I'm the black sheep of my family. I've shamed my friends. I can't look anyone in the eye anymore. They gave me this videotape to watch--it was an over-dubbing of that old public service announcement--"This is your brain. This is your brain on cinema." I watched it once, and threw it out, because it wasn't a DVD. They put a lot of work into having it made, and I threw the damn thing away.
I've tried everything to rid myself of this horrible, horrible DVDisease--12 step programs, cold turkey. I've even checked myself into DVDetox centers. Nothing seems to work.
I've heard my friends and family talking a few times--I think they might be planning an intervention once I hit 400 discs.
People think it's easy, being a cinemaddict, but take it from me: I wish to God that I had never started down this slippery, slippery slope.
picked this up today (along with big fish)
even though i bought the universal stuff when it was released a few years ago, i just had to get this. not bad - $60 in best buy gets you 14 classic b&w flicks and 3 busts.
Big Fish is a movie the wife and I always wanted to check out when it was in theatres, but missed out on that. We are hoping to rent it sometime this weekend to see how it is, and maybe buy it if we enjoy it. It looked pretty good from the previews and comments I have seen on it.