JeffWeimer

JeffWeimer

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10 years ago @ Big Government - Busting the Million Si... · 0 replies · +5 points

I see you brought your Democrat-approved (and generated) talking points. Too bad you have none of the details right. At most it's 5, under State indictment, for "campaigning on the clock". And another (a former aide), who recently plead innocent of embezzlement, and creating a "shadow internet" so that others could campaign on state time without being found out. Wrong, yes, but hardly the stuff of your fevered dreams. Walker is cooperating with prosecutors, and he claims he knew nothing about it.

But then again, this is nothing more than yet another "see if it sticks" attack. You clowns really pull out all the stops when your power gets taken away, don'tcha?

10 years ago @ Big Journalism - OWS Letter to the Edit... · 0 replies · +3 points

To this day, the liberals still mutter darkly about "Second Amendment Remedies" as said by Sharon Angle. Where are they now?

You'd think they weren't about principle or something.

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Redb... · 0 replies · +1 points

Of course there's the issue of returns - I don't always return my movies the the same redbox so some might have a surfeit of certain titles, and others a dearth.

Again, check out their website and search for moneyball - it'll tell you what kiosk has it nearby. Or not.

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Redb... · 0 replies · +2 points

The Music Man - what a fabulous movie. When I saw Preston in The Last Starfighter, I thought "Music Man!"

TMM Made me stop and watch ANY old musical that came on TV. Found Carousel that way. What a glorious, hopeful, yet heartbreaking movie that was. You desperately kept hoping Billy and Julie will turn out all right, but it just moves inexorably towards Billy's demise and Julie's (and their daughter Loius') shame. but it leaves you on a sweet note of hope.

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Redb... · 2 replies · +2 points

Go to www.redbox.com and you can find that information out. So I'm sure that the company has an idea about what you're talking about, and does that already, if their physical distribution network is set up properly.

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Star... · 0 replies · +2 points

So?

IIRC, Obama is getting the vast majority of Bain political contributions this year. Conspiracy!

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Star... · 0 replies · +1 points

Tim Choate (Zathras).

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Star... · 0 replies · +2 points

"These days, the fewer people that see a movie, the more the Academy loves it. Typical elitist (sp) snobbery. "

I recall that very same complaint some 30 years ago, when movies like "Chariots of Fire", "Ordinary People", and "Terms of Endearment" all won. All were considered "important" arthouse-type flicks that were designed to win, but not necessarily win at the box-office. Meanwhile, "E.T.", "Raiders", "Empire Strikes Back" and other such fare cleaned up and are much more fondly remembered today.

It's not a new thing, but Hollywood HAS swung (too hard IMO) the other way. Remember when "Titanic" was the Best Picture winner AND the #1 grossing movie of the year (1997)? Hasn't aged all that well the last 15 years, either.

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Why ... · 1 reply · +4 points

And the payoff was fantastic. "Out in the garden, Vir. Consider it a gift." - Londo.

10 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Daily Call Sheet: Why ... · 5 replies · +3 points

I'm watching it again right now! I got back into it after a discussion in a DCS about a month ago (DS9 came up and we B5ers hijacked it like D.B Cooper).

I'm watching it along with the Lurker's Guide - It's like getting a commentary track.

Favorite episode? "Day of the Dead".