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  • 2012-11-28 @ 04:31:14

    So Awesome! Thanks. I take mini breaks through my day anyway to prevent carpal tunnel so this is perfect.

    Wow. how long has it been since I’ve seen this page… Missed you guys.

    As a side note, you should consider building a mobile site. ;-)

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  • 2011-08-10 @ 18:40:39

    Pretty Awesome list. I found myself saying “Oh yea, I love that one” for every movie I saw.

    A couple you may want to add;
    Hudson Hawk – Bruce Willis in an action-adventure-comedy.
    A Home at the End of the World – An amazing movie about finding out what ‘home’ really means, and how far some people are willing to go to find it.
    Elephant – A movie, shot from multiple perspectives, of a school shooting. I know, sensitive subject matter… But seriously, grab a box of tissues and watch this mother.
    Boondock Saints – Seriously, watch it.
    Gattaca – In an alternative present, we researched genetics to its pinnacle. But there are still some who are conceived the ‘natural’ way (in the backseat of a Buick). This is the story of one man’s struggle to prove you don’t need to be perfect to be amazing.
    The Gods Must Be Crazy – I’m surprised this one isn’t on your list. It’s about a tribe who were blessed (or is that cursed) with a gift from the Gods (an empty glass Coke bottle). After it is seen to cause more suffering than it is worth, “the bushman”, played by N¡xau (a real bushman!) must throw the gift off the end of the Earth.
    I.Q. – In this movie, Einstein (Walter Matthau) learns about love, by helping his auto mechanic (Tim Robbins) win the heart of his daughter (Meg Ryan).
    The Professional – The plot is a seemingly ordinary one of a contract killer finding that he has a 12-year-old tag-along, so he decides to take care of her and she decides to learn from him. But the underlying tones of ‘what is love? what is family?’ are amazingly portrayed.
    SLC Punk – Another one that I can’t believe was on your list. Stevo – “…Your movement of the people, by and for the people got you… nothing! You just hide behind some lost sense of drugs, sex and rock and roll. Ooooh, Kumbaya! I am the future! I am the future of this great nation which you, father, so arrogantly saved this world for. Look, I have my own agenda. Harvard, out. University of Utah, in. I’m gonna get a 4.0 in damage. I love you guys! Don’t get me wrong, it’s all about this. But for the first time in my life, I’m 18 and I can say ‘FUUUUUCK YOU!'” ’nuff said.

    Wow, that was longer than I expected…

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  • 2011-05-13 @ 03:45:05

    I’ve been wanting to take more photographs, and I think this article may have given me the motivation to do so. Thank you.

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  • 2011-04-26 @ 03:56:11

    Some of the text gets washed out in the photographs. But they are great photos :-D

    I never really understood the need for “bumper sticker” philosophy, like someone is going to change their entire life based on 8 words juxtaposed to relevant art or scenery. Often times you either accept what you already agree with, or you laugh at what you already don’t.

    For example, the “Coexist” bumper stickers ( http://www.coexistbumpersticker.org/ )
    You either already believe that other religions ought to be tolerated and cooperated with, or you already believe that they all ought to conform to your own religious standard so that they will be welcomed into “heaven”.

    Just sayin’. Thanks for sharing!

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