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Dave2 said in January 30th, 2009 at 12:11 am

1) Rebecca Romijn

2) John Stamos. He was married to Rebecca Romijn!!

3) Rebecca.

4) “Girl.”

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Hilly said in January 30th, 2009 at 12:16 am

1.) Rebecca Romijn
2.) Jerry O’Connell – he IS married to Rebbeca Romijn (plus he’s adorable)
3.) Rear Window
4.) Where It’s At

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Hilly said in January 30th, 2009 at 12:18 am

I have one more thing to say…

“I got two turntables and a microphone”….

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martymankins said in January 30th, 2009 at 12:30 am

1. Rebecca De Mornay
2. John Stamos
3. Rear Window
4. Jack-Ass

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Becky said in January 30th, 2009 at 12:51 am

Oh lord…I completely forgot that “Rear Window” was Hitchcock. Another “brilliant blond” moment:)

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B.E. Earl said in January 30th, 2009 at 1:16 am

1. Does Rebecca from Cheers count?
2. I love the fat kid from “Stand By Me” As a fat kid, I can say that.
3. Family Plot. Wait, didn’t you say the last Alfred Hitchcock film?
4. “Beercan.” Easy.
“Alcohol on my hands, I got plans to ditch myself and get outside
Dancing women throwing plates, decapitating their laughing dates
Swirling chickens caught in flight, out of focus and much to bright
Coming down, shiny teeth, game show suckers trying to breathe
But I got a drug and I got the bug and I got something better than love
How you like me now? Pretty good
Going on, feeling strong

I quit my job blowing leaves, telephone bills up my sleeves
Choking like a one man dustball, freedom rock slimeball talking in code
We went down, lit up the shack, grabbed me a beer out of the sack
Everybody bent over twice, painting the walls, throwing some dice
Leaping up into the air getting juiced up beyond belief
And they were singin’ like this!

Winos throwing frisbees at the sun, burnt my soul between the bun
Now I’m wounded, now I’m drunk, now I’m runnin’ like a flaming pig
Oh yeah, scraping off the attitude, old man eating all my food
Don’t be kind, don’t be rude, just shake your boots and let it all get loose
Oh yeah, my goodness

Fluffy clouds, lovely rainbows
I’m sad, a soft and snuggly place
Fluffy clouds, I’m sad and unhappy…yppahnu dna das

Winos throwing frisbees at the sun, burnt my soul between the bun
Now I’m wounded, now I’m drunk, now I’m runnin’ like a flaming pig
Oh yeah, scraping off the attitude, old man eating all my food
Don’t be kind, don’t be rude, just shake your boots and let it all get loose

Oh yeah, I like it like that
Oh that is cold
Somebody put a flamethrower on that
Uh-huh, oh my goodness!
Take me down to the depot
Somebody put me down on the bus
Oh yeah, I like it like that
Somebody burn me a plate of sassafrass
Oh yeah…” – Like I said…easy.
5. There should be a fifth question. Becuase I typed “5”.

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Sandi said in January 30th, 2009 at 6:29 am

Being so far out of the loop that even GPS is useless, I have never seen the Culture Box before. I love it.

And, as always Shiny-my-friend, you give a charming twist to every plagiaristic situation. 😀

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Sandi said in January 30th, 2009 at 6:36 am

Forgot to answer! Oops! I’m still decaffeinated….

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.

John Stamos, of course. He came to my Baskin Robbins 31 when I was behind the counter. We have a connection! 😉

The Best Alfred Hitchcock movie is… Rear Window. Because Jimmy Stewart is wonderful..

Beck? Who’s that? 😀 Now if you’d asked me about my favorite Arrogant Worms, song, THAT I could answer! “Carrot Juice is Murder” followed closely by “Celine Dion.”

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hello haha narf said in January 30th, 2009 at 6:40 am

mall cop…you make me giggle.

so does earl, but for different reasons.

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Avitable said in January 30th, 2009 at 7:23 am

1. Who is the most famous Rebecca?

The one from Sir Mix-a-lot’s song.

2. John Stamos? Or Jerry O’Connell?

O’Connell. Fat kid grows up and makes good.

3. Finish this sentence: the best Alfred Hitchcock movie is…

a dead Alfred Hitchcock movie

4. What is your favorite Beck song?

Fumes in my Truck

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kapgar said in January 30th, 2009 at 7:44 am

I’m so ashamed to admit that it took me a while to catch on to the pictographic representation of Rear Window. I sat there for a moment wondering what the hell Hitchcock and Bill Gates worked on together. Blonde moment… and I’m bald(ing).

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Finn said in January 30th, 2009 at 10:44 am

1. Who is the most famous Rebecca? “Rebecca,” by Daphne de Maurier. The basis of the Hitchcock film.

2. John Stamos? Or Jerry O’Connell? John Stamos — from his “General Hospital” days. Ah, Blackie.

3. Finish this sentence: the best Alfred Hitchcock movie is… “Rear Window.” No contest.

4. What is your favorite Beck song? I wouldn’t know a Beck song if it hit me in the head with a bottle of Kettle One. Although I’m sure I’ve heard one; I just didn’t know it.

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Ren said in January 30th, 2009 at 12:40 pm

Google says:

1. Rebekah from the Bible.
2. Too close to call, since both have been married to Rebecca Romijn.
3. Notorious. (This blog entry was #4 on the Google results for this search.)
4. Lost Cause.

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Sybil Law said in January 30th, 2009 at 1:35 pm

1. Who is the most famous Rebecca?
Romijn

2. John Stamos? Or Jerry O’Connell?
Jerry O’Connell! Duh! I can’t believe anyone would pick John Stamos!

3. Finish this sentence: the best Alfred Hitchcock movie is…
Rear Window. I liked The Birds, too.

4. What is your favorite Beck song?
Where It’s At, and Loser. Those two are the ones my kid likes.

Sybil Laws last blog post..Seven

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michelle said in January 30th, 2009 at 7:18 pm

1. Who is the most famous Rebecca?
I am, if i change my name to Rebecca!!

2. John Stamos? Or Jerry O’Connell?
John Stamos!!! He is on ER now and totally hot!!!

3. Finish this sentence: the best Alfred Hitchcock movie is…
Birds????

4. What is your favorite Beck song?
Gamma Ray!!!

Ok i am new here and done!!! What else can i do????

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Brandon said in January 31st, 2009 at 6:16 pm

This is awesome! Nice work. I only do it once every two weeks because it’s so time intensive…

1. Rebecca Romjin, then again, I don’t know too many other Rebeccas.
2. STAMOOOOOSSSSS!!!
3. Encino Man
4. So many to choose from, but I’ll go with “Devil’s Haircut”

Cheers!

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