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08/29/2004 01:27:52 AM · #1
hope she's all right...
08/29/2004 01:34:46 AM · #2
It's Saturday night.. maybe she got like.. a life or something.

Pete knows I could use one.. although I *did* manage to see AvP today.
08/29/2004 01:43:51 AM · #3
Originally posted by Artyste:

I *did* manage to see AvP today.


I'm sorry to hear that.... That movie was WEAK!
08/29/2004 01:46:14 AM · #4
Originally posted by TooCool:

Originally posted by Artyste:

I *did* manage to see AvP today.


I'm sorry to hear that.... That movie was WEAK!


You thought so? I enjoyed it. I wasn't expecting much though.
08/29/2004 01:49:59 AM · #5
There were some serious flaws in the Alien side of the story line. But back to the original thought, 'Where in the World is Laurielblack', soon to be a hit computer game!
08/29/2004 02:50:25 AM · #6
It was also rated PG-13, that was why it was lame, all the other movies were R, they wussed out to get a bunch of kids to come see it to raise ticket sales, that's why movies in large such now days. Now have you seen Napoleon Dynamite? That is hilarious, very different.

Message edited by author 2004-08-29 02:50:53.
08/29/2004 02:54:00 AM · #7
Originally posted by JackCruise:

It was also rated PG-13, that was why it was lame, all the other movies were R, they wussed out to get a bunch of kids to come see it to raise ticket sales, that's why movies in large such now days. Now have you seen Napoleon Dynamite? That is hilarious, very different.


Yah, I noticed they really dumbed down the violence in AvP.. there was a row of 5 - 10 year olds in front of us too.
Man.. when *I* was 5 years old.. we didn't even get to see movies like "Gremlins".. and now they're going to Alien vs. Predator.
Oh, the times.. dey are a-changin'!
08/29/2004 05:26:30 AM · #8
Originally posted by TooCool:

Originally posted by Artyste:

I *did* manage to see AvP today.


I'm sorry to hear that.... That movie was WEAK!


Dude have you check out Batman DeadEnd fanfilm :)
08/29/2004 05:27:30 AM · #9
Originally posted by JackCruise:

It was also rated PG-13, that was why it was lame, all the other movies were R, they wussed out to get a bunch of kids to come see it to raise ticket sales, that's why movies in large such now days. Now have you seen Napoleon Dynamite? That is hilarious, very different.


They're going to add the filmed "R" scenes back into the dvd I heard.
08/29/2004 09:21:55 AM · #10
I've kindapped her. She's cleaning my house as we speak.
08/29/2004 09:59:13 AM · #11
hehe


08/29/2004 10:44:21 AM · #12
Originally posted by Artyste:


there was a row of 5 - 10 year olds in front of us too.
Man.. when *I* was 5 years old.. we didn't even get to see movies like "Gremlins".. and now they're going to Alien vs. Predator.
Oh, the times.. dey are a-changin'!

yeah, i went to some rated R horror movie not too long ago, and these parents were bringing their 4 - 7 year olds with them. when i was a kid, all we got to see in the movies were disney movies.
08/29/2004 10:54:20 AM · #13
Originally posted by longlivenyhc:

Originally posted by Artyste:


there was a row of 5 - 10 year olds in front of us too.
Man.. when *I* was 5 years old.. we didn't even get to see movies like "Gremlins".. and now they're going to Alien vs. Predator.
Oh, the times.. dey are a-changin'!

yeah, i went to some rated R horror movie not too long ago, and these parents were bringing their 4 - 7 year olds with them. when i was a kid, all we got to see in the movies were disney movies.


A couple of weeks back, I read an article about a 3 yr. old that choked on some popcorn while watching AvP with his parents. The poor child died despite the efforts of paramedics. Gee, do you think maybe the movie was just a wee bit too scary for him?
08/29/2004 10:58:43 AM · #14
Perhaps some folks from Child Protective Services (or whatever it's called locally) might want to set up an "information" table in the theater lobby ... : )

Not that they'd be taking down names or anything ....
08/29/2004 11:00:54 AM · #15
Awww, come on guys, isn't anyone worried about Laurie?
08/29/2004 12:23:09 PM · #16
I know something tha you all don't know...broooohaaaaaaHaaaahahaa....:) I'll never teeell. LOL ;)
08/29/2004 12:39:15 PM · #17
Laurie, your audience are waiting!!

I don't worry about someone not being online for just a single day unless they had said they had strong intentions to be so... real life does have a habit of intervening sometimes.

Hope you're having fun, Laurie, whatever you are up to!
08/29/2004 12:51:12 PM · #18
Her last post was of her photographer fantasy -- maybe she got a wild-hair and went and did it. In which case it may be a while before we hear from her again.

David
08/29/2004 12:52:24 PM · #19
Originally posted by Britannica:

Her last post was of her photographer fantasy -- maybe she got a wild-hair and went and did it. In which case it may be a while before we hear from her again.

David


:o)
08/29/2004 01:58:15 PM · #20
Originally posted by Britannica:

Her last post was of her photographer fantasy -- maybe she got a wild-hair and went and did it. In which case it may be a while before we hear from her again.

David


I just read her fantasy. The girl really needs to get around a little more, she's so hung up on Texas.
08/29/2004 02:05:47 PM · #21
Send out a APB
08/29/2004 05:22:55 PM · #22
She said in the Chat room last night while talking to a few of us that she really needed to get a life!

ROFLMAO

Actually the weather is so.. nice she may have went to the lake :)

08/29/2004 06:01:16 PM · #23
Hey, we can talk about math freely!
08/29/2004 06:03:37 PM · #24
Originally posted by kirbic:

Hey, we can talk about math freely!

So we can list the coordinates of her GPS transponder?
08/29/2004 07:27:27 PM · #25
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by kirbic:

Hey, we can talk about math freely!

So we can list the coordinates of her GPS transponder?


Sure, why not, we can do some coordinate transforms to covert her latitude and longitude coordinates to polar coordinate with the origin placed at the center of the sun. Should be a BLAST! Of course we'll have to do it old school, with pencil, paper and a RPN calculator.

If you want to get really crazy, we can get out the old slide rule and log tables.......
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