May your brother, and his unit, come home as fast and safe as possible.
Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Aww, I hope he's doing well. Merry Christmas to both of you!
I'm sorry. Merry X-mas to you and your brother.
I can't believe it's been 7 years since I graduated High School... Best of luck to you on becoming an adult ;D
I wish the best for your brother and I hope he stays safe over there, as well.
How lucky. XD Messes CAN be helpful.
You never asked!
i hope thy bring back zach bell ,pokemon,the show with the robot that those two gys made ,it has a care head and there that girl
Originally Posted by Sackboy HOLY CN! HORRIBLE SHOWS BEGONE! Indeed, wish they would also bring back fridays!
HOLY CN! HORRIBLE SHOWS BEGONE!
RIP the Queen of Disco, pop music was infleunced by her.
If it's any consolation, I got reminded of the cops' policy of charging victims of theft in order to get their stolen property back, the bus came early this morning, forcing me to run a mile or so this morning just to get to another bus on time, which was crowded, and I'll likely have to spend 15 minutes with some idiot who likes to throw rocks at me simply because he's bored in a little under 2 hours.
For me, it's called the EOC. I hate it so f'ing much.
Central Florida? Heck, it's like this in north Florida too x_x It's absolutely awful.
Originally Posted by Feralize Splatter painting is awesome. I did a project in my art class last year in which we had to splatter-paint to convey an emotion. It is! And the good thing about it is, each one is unique!
Splatter painting is awesome. I did a project in my art class last year in which we had to splatter-paint to convey an emotion.
They do it for the money. But I think what pisses me off more than remakes is when they release an old movie in 3D and hype it up like it's brand new.
They've been doing remakes since the late 70s and early 80s. Seems like you aren't bothered about movies based off of books judging by your last blog regarding the Hunger Games, yet you are with remakes.
Yes, it was.
I swear some people do not know what common courtesy is. If I screeched in a restaurant or in the supermarket when I was little (and I did have a good pair of lungs), my mom or my dad would take me outside until I calmed down. And no way would she or my dad have ever taken me to a movie.
I've seen it yesterday, and I loved it. There's been a few details changed or left out, but it didn't really remove anything from the movie's quality.