Saturday, October 29, 2005

"A mutated gene known as delta 32, found in Black Death survivor descendants, stops HIV in its tracks."


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old news

 


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't mean it's interesting to those who've never heard of it before/read it before. (I.e. Me)

Keep it up Scoopy, I learn quite a bit by visiting othercrap all the time. Appreciate it.

 

Gators hand first loss to Georgia


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The Gators are the achilles heal for the Bulldogs. Stupid Gators.

At least Shockley will be back for the Auburn game, and I think they have a shot at beating the Tigers... not a great shot, but a shot nonetheless.

 

Texas was down 28-12 at halftime! Of course, they still won by 19, but still ... we have seen some chinks in their armor.
  • You complain that the quarterback is their whole team? Nonsense. One of their guys rushed for 267 yards. Oops! That WAS the quarterback.


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This site is a tremendous source of Edwige Fenech information and images


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Blogger HB Potlood said...

This site is pretty unique in that it has thousands of pictures of the lovely Edwige but hardly any nudity.
Here is a link to the home page:
http://www.clubdesmonstres.com/blanc/edwige.htm

 

"In 2002, Spin magazine referred to the heavy metal umlaut as 'the diacritical mark of the beast'."


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Federline sings. Britney tells him not to quit his day job, or lack thereof.


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Daily Box Office - Friday, October 28, 2005
  • These results are not as routine as the numbers we see in most weeks. There is some news. It's even good news. Saw II did much better than predicted. Box Office Mojo predicted 17 million, and it came within sight of that on Friday alone. It may double the prediction.
  • There was a wild disparity in the Zorro predictions, but the Weekend Warrior predicted a second place finish with 16 million, and he will be close.
  • There was also a large gap between the Prime predictions. Neither Warrior nor Mojo thought it would be a hit, but their guesses ranged from 3.6 to 6.8. In this case, it appears that Mojo's 6.8 will be close to the mark.
  • Both predictors thought Doom would drop very fast, in the 60% range, from last weekend. It appears now that they underestimated just how steep the fall would be. Among films which opened at ten million or more, the all-time largest percentage drop was recorded by Star Trek: Nemesis, which dropped from $18.5 to $4.4. It appears that Doom could be in that same general territory.


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"Musical furry lobster feeling chirpy"


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Nostalgia for you upstate New Yorkers ... The History Of Schultz & Dooley


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The trailer for G (now playing)
  • A contemporary African-American romance inspired by the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald story The Great Gatsby. Set amidst the grandeur of the ultra elite Hamptons, G follows self-made millionaire and rap mogul Summer G (Richard T. Jones) on a journey to regain what he desires most - the love of his life.



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Seven clips from Prime (New flick with Uma and Streep. Psychologist finds out a patient is dating her son.)


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Three clips from Walk the Line (Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash.)
  • Despite strong performances by Philip Seymour Hoffman as Capote and Strathairn as Murrow, many people think Phoenix will pick up some acting hardware this year. You can hear him sing in the "Cocaine Blues" clip.
  • Reese Witherspoon looks great as a brunette.
  • After watching these clips, I'm still a little skeptical about this film.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This didn't work for me. All I got to see were ads, and the ads didn't even pertain to me. I don't need hair coloring, nor SBC internet.

 

Here's a featurette about Walk the Line


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Chevy Chase alert ... The trailer for Ellie Parker
  • Ellie Parker (Naomi Watts) races around town from one audition to another, changing make-up, clothes and personality. She speeds along, barely attending to her whirlwind life as she strives to get cast in a movie. Her best friend Sam (Rebecca Rigg), her boyfriend Justin (Mark Pellegrino) and her new fling Chris (Scott Coffey) just don’t seem to help. As Ellie considers giving up after losing faith in the craft, her manager Dennis (Chevy Chase!!) doesn’t exactly talk her out of it. One last insane audition for Ellie, and she’s back in the game… or is she?


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The trailer for Final Destination 3.
  • This may have potential. The third installment reunites director James Wong and writer Glen Morgan, the team that made the first one a cool movie. Neither of them was involved in FD2.


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