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  1. HOLY sh*t SIGUR ROS!!!!!!!! THATS AWESOME sh*t RIGHT THERE Heh Glad someone else has heard of them, C&C doesn't hold a candle to these guys. :thumbup
  2. Ah come on... It wasn't the best movie ever, but it didn't deserve to be booed. I understand that Cronenberg is not the type of director that everyone will enjoy, but booing? Come on. I thought Ed Harris was great in it, and Viggo Mortensen was especially riveting in his role as the dad/ex-assassin. Like I said, it wasn't the best movie ever, but definitely watchable and enjoyable. I'd give it a 3 1/2/5 stars.
  3. Wait a sec, isn't that Topher guy already spider-man?? What's going on? :confused that would be Tobey Maguire It was a joke, you humor challenged mongrel. :shifty
  4. Wait a sec, isn't that Topher guy already spider-man?? What's going on? :confused
  5. LOL Anyone see the spiderweb on AJ's helmet??
  6. erm... I know I already posted but I forgot to mention this guy, and I'm surprised no one has nominated him yet :o 3) Sir Isaac Newton
  7. Darwin's got my vote, but some other important names are: 1) James Watson & Francis Crick 2) Edwin Hubble
  8. I look forward to Brownie getting his well deserved Medal of Freedom.
  9. September 4th, 2005 7:56 pm Halliburton Subsidiary Gets Katrina Deal By Lolita C. Baldor / Associated Press WASHINGTON - A Halliburton Co. subsidiary that has come under fire for its reconstruction work in Iraq has begun tapping a $500 million Navy contract to do emergency repairs at Gulf Coast naval and Marine facilities that were battered by Hurricane Katrina. The subsidiary, Kellogg, Brown & Root Services Inc. of Arlington, Va., was awarded the competitive bid contract last July to provide debris removal and other emergency work associated with natural disasters. Jan Da
  10. Let me pose this question If New Orleans was 70 percent white and 30 percent black and it was the poor white people left behind, would they be looting all the stores and raising hell? 925750[/snapback] No, because they would have sent more than 2,000 national guardsmen and the city would have been evacuated by now.
  11. President Bush plays a guitar presented to him by Country Singer Mark Wills, right, backstage following his visit to Naval Base Coronado, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005. Bush visited the base to deliver remarks on V-J Commemoration Day. (AP Photo/ABC News, Martha Raddatz)
  12. If he did bunt on his own, I would either 1) bench him or 2) move him out of the 5 hole. A 5 hole hitter can't be afraid of the pitcher. I don't think he did it on his own though
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