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T. L. Evans
TLEvans
Feb 9 2016
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O sweet.. for crying out..... just NO! I don’t care how troglodytean organization you are this is just wrong!!!!

Mar 24 2015
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I don't believe it. No part of Lost ever had an outline....

Mar 20 2015
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Why so many pictures of this feature? What is it?

Feb 13 2015
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It looks like an good movie, set in a fascinating period in Turkish history that is often overlooked. Read more

Feb 13 2015
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Perhaps there should be a few pictures of London, Coventry, Manchester and a few other British cities that were devastated during the Blitz when considering the impact of 20th Century warfare.

Feb 13 2015
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True, unless you count the Jews and Gypsies as being separate... they got screwed pretty bad.

Feb 9 2015
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Actually my most incredulous moment in the Saint was when Elizabeth Shue tried to support her theory worked by "Just knowing it in your heart..." more or less. Yep. I wonder how that went down in her doctoral defense. I bet she got a ton of grants with that as her primary evidence....

Jan 27 2015
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I particularly like what happens if you skip advert....

Jan 22 2015
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Yep. You've got it. 100% correct. No need for me to comment here.

Jan 20 2015
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Wait, when did Lloyd Bridges join International Rescue?

Jan 13 2015
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Indeed! I once dated a woman who looked vaguely like Linda Thorson... well, her face anyway. I was quite disappointed she didn't know judo...

Jan 13 2015
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I remember Supertrain. In fact, I am delighted to see it noted here because for the longest time I thought that maybe it had all been a bad dream, fueled by having seen the Big Bus.... Even to my preadolescence brain, the idea of a nuclear powered train rocketing across the country seemed a little odd... but as an Read more

Jan 12 2015
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Wasn't that one actually billed as Jaws 3 in D? Oh the curses of memory... it was bad... bust as stated elsewhere, sometimes a paycheck is a paycheck...

Jan 12 2015
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Sigh, the source of my first crush.... Ms. Emma Peel.

Jan 8 2015
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Oh! I was going to say that!

Dec 23 2014
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This is the eternal battle of producing solid archaeological reports versus raising public awareness. In this case, it seems pretty clear that the Egyptologists in question fell afoul of both the desire to make people aware of an interesting find (over realistic and, well, truthful representation of what they Read more

Dec 17 2014
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Of course, there is also the aspect that civil behavior to one another was more readily accomplished when one knew that making accusations, slandering others, or just saying nasty things could lead to a culturally acceptable form of murder.

Dec 17 2014
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Well Christopher is of course his son and executor of the estate. I haven't seen other family member comments on the films. It was Tolkien who sold the movie rights for about 100K pounds Stirling just before his death. At the time it was a good price for adaptation rights, particularly as that Tolkien honestly Read more

Dec 17 2014
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No. I am the Batman!

Dec 17 2014
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Well, he seems pretty headstrong against it... and assuming his heirs will follow his intentions, that would give 75 years until it becomes public domain.... I suspect Mr. Jackson will have passed by that time.