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#1 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -

Assuming you knew their address of course. I find it interesting that people send them so much stuff. Maybe their address is easy to find though. I wouldn't know since I haven't looked for it. I might send something if I had nothing else to do. I tried a energy drink recently called Guru that is quite good. I don't know if they have tried that stuff yet, or a Kronik low carb dragon berry drink. They have probably tried that drink Bawls since I think it was mentioned on the bombcast.

#2 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -
@Coombs said:
" @FilmGuy said:
" @ThatFrood said:
" @thebatmobile said:
" @ThatFrood said:
" You sick bastard. "
Haha. I thought the same thing. Perhaps we are the sick bastards? "
Unless he's unaware that crabs is a euphemism for pubic lice, this has to be intentional. There are so many better ways to word this. Like: "My sister got me a pet crab." "
I know it is a euphemism for pubic lice, heck any guy my age does. I don't see whats wrong with having sex with my little sister and her giving me crabs. How was I supposed to know she was a dirty monkey? "
True Troll, you were doing so goodBut, You just couldn't help yourself could you? "
Would you rather I dragged this out for hours? I am an honest man.
#3 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -
@ThatFrood said:
" @thebatmobile said:
" @ThatFrood said:
" You sick bastard. "
Haha. I thought the same thing. Perhaps we are the sick bastards? "
Unless he's unaware that crabs is a euphemism for pubic lice, this has to be intentional. There are so many better ways to word this. Like: "My sister got me a pet crab." "
I know it is a euphemism for pubic lice, heck any guy my age does. I don't see whats wrong with having sex with my little sister and her giving me crabs. How was I supposed to know she was a dirty monkey?
#4 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -

I got crabs recently from my little sister. Kind of a weird thing for her to give to me but once I got used to them I found them oddly appealing and fun to have. A lot of people probably wouldn't like to get crabs from their sister or whatever family member who gives them crabs but I think it is a cute and unique gift. Everyone I know has dogs or something lame but I have crabs and I love it!

#5 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -

Fantastic film. One of the best films of 2009 next to The Road.

#6 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -

There are many, but these are my overall favorites.
 
1. Ingmar Bergman
2. Akira Kurosawa
3. Terry Gilliam
4. Todd Solodnz
5. Stanley Kubrick
6. Coen Brothers
7. Hal Ashby
8. Terrence Malick
9. Shane Meadows
10. Hayao Miyazaki

#7 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -
@nofx4208 said:
" TOP 15 for me  Observe and Report Where the Wild Things AreFantastic Mr. Fox Up in the Air The Informant!Inglorious BasterdsBig FanA Serious Man MoonThe Boat That RockedBlack Dynamite Funny PeopleUp      InvictusBad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans   # 16  would go to Sherlock Holmes... because I love me some Guy Ritchie action.   my Best movie of 2008 of 2009 goes to Visioneers... now one of my favorite movies... so... intriguing.also I really wanted to see the Road... unfortunately the indie theater near my place never showed it :/ pretty good year for movies "
Observe and report was much darker than I expected. I thought Big Fan was pretty good too, good to see Patton Oswald doing drama.
#8 Edited by FilmGuy (150 posts) -
@MurderByDeath said:

" @FilmGuy: I felt the same way about Tinselworm. Bailey has been recycling too much of his old material lately methinks.  I'm envious of you now. Since I live in the US of A, I have not had a chance to see either Bailey or Moran live. I'd have loved to have seen Monster live, for instance. What an amazing show.  And yes, Black Books is classic. "

Actually I saw Bill, and Dylan in Los Angeles. The problem with Tinselworm wasnt so much the recycled material, I think he overdoes the music in it. All the music sounds good, but the show is missing his great anecdotes. His guide to the orchestra was great though, I think he is a very good musician. He just has to find a good balance of music and comedy. What did you think of Dylan Moran's stand up show after Monster, Like Totally? i thought it was good but not as good as monster. He has a new one out called What it is which is almost as good as Monster.
#9 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -
@MurderByDeath said:
" @FilmGuy: Do I know Bill Bailey? Heck, the man's my favorite stand-up comedian of all time! 
 
"I'm a vegetarian, I'm not strict. I eat fish. And duck, but they're nearly fish aren't they? I mean... they're semi-submerged a lot of the time. They spend a lot of time in the water- They're virtually fish, aren't they, really... And pigs, cows, sheep, anything that lives near water; so I'm not strict. I'm sort of like a post-modern vegetarian. I eat meat ironically."   Love Bill Bailey. "
Woo another bill bailey fan! His last stand up show Tinselworm was a bit disappointing though. I think he is better in smaller gigs rather than Wembley. I saw him at a tiny theater near my house and he was amazing. Funnily enough I saw Dylan Moran at the same theater. Speaking of dylan moran, Black Books is an awesome show.
#10 Posted by FilmGuy (150 posts) -
@MurderByDeath said:
" @FilmGuy: Hmm yes... I was never the biggest   Jane Campion fan, but I do hear that Bright Star is most excellent. I plan to seek it out soon. And yes, of course it is Partridge! :)  The Fall, not unlike the director's previous movie The Cell, is visually spectacular but absolutely vapid storytelling & characterization. Still worth seeing for the purdy pitchurs, though. "
I actually found the story quite interesting, the little girl was good and I always like Lee Pace. I liked how the fantasy story paralleled Lee pace's character's life. I actually just got Knowing me knowing you on DVD for Christmas. Great show, shame Steve Coogan does mostly crap these days. Do you know the comedian Bill Bailey?