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About war2112

  • Birthday 09/22/1967

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    Indianapolis, IN
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    Target shooting, handloading ammo, rocketry, reading, bicycling, and of course, RUSH.

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  • Favorite Rush Song
    Too many to tell
  • Best Rush Experience
    Test for Echo concert in Indianapolis, IN.
  1. Alien The Birds 28 Days Later The Thing
  2. He will always be Sulu to me. There were a few episodes where Sulu did some dancing. He was quite good. Now we know why. No matter, he is a cool dude. I have always liked him. He's still Sulu and now he is most certainly George Takei. I still like him. He's cool.
  3. Good posts everyone. I'm surprised at the number of you who liked Lazenby in the role of Bond. Perhaps I (and Broccoli) did not give him a chance. I agree that On Her Majesty's Secret Service was a good Bond flick. This was the George Lazenby one. I think it was Moonraker who said it best about Roger Moore. He was too much the playboy and too little "license to kill". Frankly, if I was a woman, I would think he is repulsive. His so-called charm would come across as being smarmy and he's pretty ugly anyway. He looked too old even in his younger years. He just looks like a sugar-daddy. Plodder thought Sean Connery was too arrogant. Admittedly, that's a fine line when an actor is playing Bond. The actor has to convey at least SOME arrogance or the whole picture falls. Bond is supposed to be sure of himself both with the ladies and with his mission. Indy, I'm surprised at you, buddy. I would have thought you were a Sean Connery man.
  4. QUOTE (Stickman @ Oct 29 2005, 03:34 AM) It has to be Roger Moore. No, say it isn't so. Alas, you have said that your favorite Bond is Roger Moore. At least you didn't vote for Dalton or that erstwhile Bond.. Lazenby. Fair enough.
  5. Sean Connery was the best Bond, IMHO. I thought Roger Moore was way too soft; George Lazenby was an undeserved Bond; Dalton should have shared the same fate as Lazenby; and Brosnan was quite good. So here's my lineup in order of preference: Sean Connery Pierce Brosnan Ahem, the other three all sucked. They couldn't carry Bond's Walther PPK, let alone his jockstrap. I thought all of them sucked equally. The only real Bonds were Connery and Brosnan. The other guys are sissies.
  6. I will certainly go see Casino Royalewhen it comes out. I'm a James Bond fanatic so it would take a bit to keep me away (George Lazenby, anyone?). However, I am dissappointed. I felt sure that Clive Owen would be the next Bond. He would have been perfect, IMHO.
  7. Carlos Mencia - Not for the Easily Offended Have any of you seen this guy? Wow, he made me laugh like no other since Eddie Murphy Delirious or Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip. This was easily the best comedy routine I have seen since those two and surpassed both of them in many ways. Don't bother if you don't like "blue" language or are easily offended like the title says. This guy is smart, he's funny, and you will cry laughing.
  8. QUOTE (Modest Man From Mandrake @ Oct 28 2005, 02:20 PM) QUOTE (war2112 @ Oct 28 2005, 01:39 AM) I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall of that cab drive. Me too I'm sure there were a few swear words maybe even a almost fist fight or two lol. I would have thought at least one of them would have sat up front. That was SO funny. Here are these four people that now hate each other and yet all four cram the back of that cab. I'm also surprised that the doorman was able to keep a straight face. You just know he was ready to bust out laughing. He was probably like "oh, boy, the Donald has his dander up".
  9. QUOTE (rushgoober @ Oct 28 2005, 02:32 PM) When they showed ALL FOUR of them packed into the backseat of the cab at the end, it was HILARIOUS! I bet they all felt like a bunch of class-A idiots! Seriously, I figured it out, but only about 5 seconds before he did it, and still it was a shock! I too thought he would fire two people (he did that once last season), but never FOUR! There are going to be some majorly shocked faces at the beginning of next week's episode from the remaining contestants! No kidding. All those internees up in the suite are going to be wondering who is going to walk through the door. You know they are expecting at least TWO of them to walk through that door. It will be so funny to see them checking the hallway and wondering where the hell everybody is. I have to catch that episode. I just want to see the looks on their faces when they realize that Trump has fired all of them. Don't mess with the Donald!
  10. QUOTE (pixey @ Oct 28 2005, 01:10 PM) Love the Books Of Blood Series! Wonder if we will ever see the shorts made into movies, kinda like Creepshow. I really like the story about the guy who kidnaps people and makes them face their fears, particularly the girl who is vegetarian and gives her a side of beef that just sits there and she has to eat it. Way cool!!!! Isn't that so totally sick?! That was such a gruesome, perverted story. I love it! Clive Barker is such a twisted you-know-what. That man is totally deranged and I'm so happy that he is! I love all his stuff, but especially The Great and Secret Show. I have read that book so many times I have lost count.
  11. QUOTE (paganoman @ Oct 28 2005, 11:12 AM) WAR!!! Dude - I love that the movie scared you like that, but why give so much away to those who didn't see it yet?? Can you edit that post and remove??? Sheesh!! Sorry! I got ahead of myself there. I should have considered other people who have not seen it. Oh well, hopefully they will forget this post and one day see it and scramble for cover anyway!
  12. I'm afraid I don't have any information related to autism. The only thing I really have to say is that your son is a cute kid, GG. I hope you don't take that wrong or anything; it's just that I have seen his picture throughout a lot of your posts and it just really struck me that he is indeed a cute kid. That's all, I wish I had more. I wish there was something I could do. Hopefully, your efforts in this arena will point towards some results for your son. All the best.
  13. QUOTE (paganoman @ Oct 27 2005, 08:28 AM) If you like good ol' ghost stories..... I HIGHLY recommend an old movie from the early seventies called The Changeling. http://www.horrordvds.com/reviews/a-m/changeling/changeling_fl.jpg http://www.horrordvds.com/reviews/a-m/changeling/changeling_shot2s.jpg Quick storyline.... A music professor from NY suffers a great tragedy which moves him to a different city. Through contacts with the local historical society, he rents a secluded mansion which has been empty for years. The problem...... he is not alone. No major special effects or scenes of gore. Just a great ghost story. I don't think I could ever watch this movie again. It frightened me that much. When George C. Scott goes and throws that ball away and comes back home just to see it bouncing back down the stairs again.... Egads! No, I'm sorry, I'm outta there. I would not even pack. I would run like the wind. Not to mention the fact that the kid was drowned because he was handicapped. A great ghost story that also included sociological issues. That was a great ghost story!
  14. I saw that episode. I don't get to watch this much anymore, but boy, didn't you get the feeling that was what he was going to do! When he sent the three up to the suite and denied PM Josh the opportunity to pick candidates to sit before the firing squad, I figured big trouble was in the making. I was quite sure he was going to fire both Josh and Jennifer, but he sent all four of them packing! I wonder if that will effect the length of the "job interview" and thus the season. After all, there is usually just one candidate fired after each enterprise. I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall of that cab drive.
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