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#101 Post by Steel Frog » 16 Oct 2007, 08:16

bratzks wrote:That was way too easy for him to earn cred/respect. All he had to do was carry some rocks back and forth?
Dammit, have you no respect for leadership? You don't see the warden carrying rocks back and forth, do you?

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#102 Post by Steel Frog » 16 Oct 2007, 08:17

Come to think of it, maybe Grover deserves more respect. That guy is always going up the stairs huh-huh-huh-huh-huh and down the stairs huh-huh-huh-huh-huh.

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#103 Post by bratzks » 16 Oct 2007, 08:22

Steel Frog wrote:
bratzks wrote:That was way too easy for him to earn cred/respect. All he had to do was carry some rocks back and forth?
Dammit, have you no respect for leadership? You don't see the warden carrying rocks back and forth, do you?
Are you trying to guess the movie? That would be a nice game.
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#104 Post by Steel Frog » 16 Oct 2007, 08:22

bratzks wrote:
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bratzks wrote:That was way too easy for him to earn cred/respect. All he had to do was carry some rocks back and forth?
Dammit, have you no respect for leadership? You don't see the warden carrying rocks back and forth, do you?
Are you trying to guess the movie? That would be a nice game.
So I hear. ;)

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#105 Post by JJ » 16 Oct 2007, 08:28

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bratzks wrote:That was way too easy for him to earn cred/respect. All he had to do was carry some rocks back and forth?
Dammit, have you no respect for leadership? You don't see the warden carrying rocks back and forth, do you?
Really? How does he get his rocks off?
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#106 Post by » 17 Oct 2007, 01:34

This is really good. I was expecting it to be ok, but I am really enjoying this. Still no mention of walking a steak through a warm room, though.
The :) means it's all ok.

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#107 Post by » 23 Oct 2007, 20:19

How the hell did this win so many awards? I'm so bored right now.
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#108 Post by Nunis » 24 Oct 2007, 02:27

Dude. I am watching Galaxy Quest right now, and the guy who plays "Lahnk, senior requisiting officer" is Rainn Wilson who plays Dwight in The Office. I had no idea. Freaky.

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#109 Post by bratzks » 24 Oct 2007, 09:51

A² wrote:This is really good. I was expecting it to be ok, but I am really enjoying this. Still no mention of walking a steak through a warm room, though.
So, this line wasn't in City Slickers?
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#110 Post by Eric Draven » 24 Oct 2007, 10:04

bratzks wrote:
A² wrote:This is really good. I was expecting it to be ok, but I am really enjoying this. Still no mention of walking a steak through a warm room, though.
So, this line wasn't in City Slickers?
Sorry. Guess I was wrong.
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#111 Post by alan smithee » 24 Oct 2007, 10:11

bratzks wrote:
A² wrote:This is really good. I was expecting it to be ok, but I am really enjoying this. Still no mention of walking a steak through a warm room, though.
So, this line wasn't in City Slickers?
Any chance you heard it in The Stand?
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#112 Post by bratzks » 24 Oct 2007, 10:41

alan smithee wrote:
bratzks wrote:
A² wrote:This is really good. I was expecting it to be ok, but I am really enjoying this. Still no mention of walking a steak through a warm room, though.
So, this line wasn't in City Slickers?
Any chance you heard it in The Stand?
Um, I actually never heard it. Someone said it and thought it was from a movie. I just wanted to know because I'll probably use it and wanted to know what I was quoting. :oops:
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#113 Post by » 24 Oct 2007, 19:51

Eric Draven wrote:
bratzks wrote:
A² wrote:This is really good. I was expecting it to be ok, but I am really enjoying this. Still no mention of walking a steak through a warm room, though.
So, this line wasn't in City Slickers?
Sorry. Guess I was wrong.
Yeah, sorry I forgot to respond directly about it but I never heard the line
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#114 Post by bratzks » 06 Nov 2007, 15:44

Is that the best you can come up with!?.. Bee Einstein? Bee Larry King? Also, I thought the good folks at Filmwise could come up with better bee "puns" in a day. How long did you work on this movie?
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#115 Post by Steel Frog » 06 Nov 2007, 18:16

bratzks wrote:Is that the best you can come up with!?.. Bee Einstein? Bee Larry King? Also, I thought the good folks at Filmwise could come up with better bee "puns" in a day. How long did you work on this movie?
Amen, brother. They spent more time on the relentless ad campaign.

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#116 Post by snotball » 06 Nov 2007, 21:48

bratzks wrote:Is that the best you can come up with!?.. Bee Einstein? Bee Larry King? Also, I thought the good folks at Filmwise could come up with better bee "puns" in a day. How long did you work on this movie?
Let it bee.
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#117 Post by alan smithee » 06 Nov 2007, 23:21

snotball wrote:
bratzks wrote:Is that the best you can come up with!?.. Bee Einstein? Bee Larry King? Also, I thought the good folks at Filmwise could come up with better bee "puns" in a day. How long did you work on this movie?
Let it bee.
pun grade: B-
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#118 Post by JJ » 06 Nov 2007, 23:21

Bee minus.
La la la la la.

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#119 Post by JJ » 06 Nov 2007, 23:22

JJ wrote:Bee minus.
Damnit. Pee Beed.
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#120 Post by bratzks » 06 Nov 2007, 23:24

JJ wrote:
JJ wrote:Bee minus.
Damnit. Pee Beed.
Stings, don't it?
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#121 Post by bratzks » 06 Nov 2007, 23:29

bratzks wrote:
JJ wrote:
JJ wrote:Bee minus.
Damnit. Pee Beed.
Stings, don't it?
Well? Hive got more. Don't you?
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#122 Post by You Know, for Kids » 07 Nov 2007, 07:05

bratzks wrote:
bratzks wrote:
JJ wrote:
JJ wrote:Bee minus.
Damnit. Pee Beed.
Stings, don't it?
Well? Hive got more. Don't you?
Buzz off.
It's fun, it's healthy, it's good exercise. The kids will just love it. and we put a little sand inside to make the experience more pleasant.

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#123 Post by JJ » 07 Nov 2007, 15:32

He dropped the damn ball. Why are they all clapping for Lucas?
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#124 Post by Steel Frog » 07 Nov 2007, 16:15

JJ wrote:He dropped the damn ball. Why are they all clapping for Lucas?
During that scene, I was thinking, "it's hard to feel for Lucas here. I can understand, even sympathize with his desire to be jock, but every other guy on the field has worked for the right to be there. Lucas just whined his way on. Not only that, he immediately assumed a 'skill' position, not even defense or grunt work. He ought to get clobbered by somebody massive just to see the flipside of jockdom."

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#125 Post by JJ » 07 Nov 2007, 16:29

Steel Frog wrote:
JJ wrote:He dropped the damn ball. Why are they all clapping for Lucas?
During that scene, I was thinking, "it's hard to feel for Lucas here. I can understand, even sympathize with his desire to be jock, but every other guy on the field has worked for the right to be there. Lucas just whined his way on. Not only that, he immediately assumed a 'skill' position, not even defense or grunt work. He ought to get clobbered by somebody massive just to see the flipside of jockdom."
Lucas also showed a pretty crappy work ethic in practice. Had he put in his reps, he'd have caught that floater easily.

I have a sneaking admiration for the defense thrown by the other team on that series. Midget wants the ball? Let them try to feed midget the ball.
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