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Amanda said in February 24th, 2009 at 1:04 am

We’re still on disc 3 of the Sopranos and we have been for about a month. There’s other things more interesting.

Also I think I’m the only one who didn’t absolutely love Slumdog Millionaire. It was good, sure. But not that good.

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Amber said in February 24th, 2009 at 1:17 am

Hmm…

I’d have to agree with most of your list. (Like the college football thing).

Part of it , I have no opinion as I have no clue what you’re talking about (I’ve never seen The Sopranos, for example).

I like “Secret Garden” by Bruce Springsteen – but agree that he’s mostly overrated.

Annnd, I have no idea about the oscars, either. I never watch shows like that… lame in my book.

(Although I did see that Kate Winslet won some awards this year and I’m thrilled for her as I think she’s awesome!)

Something I’ve tried that hasn’t “wowed” me like it should?

Hmm… I’d have to say…

Pushing Daisies, Ka-Zam’s bathroom cleaner, Obama (impressive in some ways – not up to all the hype though, at least not yet…), and Biscotti.

Random enough? =)

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yankeebird said in February 24th, 2009 at 1:33 am

I’m with you on everything except number 6. That’s pretty much my personal daily uniform. I look at it a way to accent my short sleeved shirt, while providing warmth. A henley itself is too blah, a t-shirt itself is too cold, but put them together and it just works.

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B.E. Earl said in February 24th, 2009 at 1:39 am

I’ve been known to sport the short sleeved T over the long sleeved T in my day. Did it on Saturday, as a fatter of mact. Not a good look for a 42 year-old, but fuck it. Neither is my shoulder lenght gray hair, my goatee or my Converse sneaks.

I’m rebelling against my age. Because I can.

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Cocoa Goddess said in February 24th, 2009 at 5:18 am

I totally agree with you on sausage and Bruce Springsteen

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Nat said in February 24th, 2009 at 8:00 am

Springsteen????
I must admit that I didn’t get Springsteen until I saw him live, any number of times. He is a brilliant storyteller.
(You can’t really judge Springteen on Born in the USA, it’s like judging Bowie on Let’s Dance. It was the 80s mistakes were made. Nebraska is brilliant. And The River makes me cry.

Ack! In spite of this, I still like you. (I don’t get the Oscars and I’m not into movies as a whole.)

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NYCWD said in February 24th, 2009 at 8:59 am

Next time I see you… I’m gonna wack you for such sacrilege.

Coke rules!!!

Pepsi drools!!!

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Faiqa said in February 24th, 2009 at 10:02 am

Harry. Potter. Rules. You’re weird.

AND. I think anyone who doesn’t love Bruce Springsteen should get their citizenship taken away. LOL.

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Sybil Law said in February 24th, 2009 at 10:11 am

This line made me LOL:
“It’s how I would imagine making out with Jeremy Piven would feel like.”
AWESOME!
I am not a fan of sausage at all.
Otherwise, you’re just weird. But I understand your Bruce Springsteen thing – he’s okay – not even one of my top 100 favorites, probably. But “I’m on Fire” is fantastic.
However, you’re a freak where the Sopranos is concerned.
🙂

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Hilly said in February 24th, 2009 at 11:00 am

I’m with Dawg here…Coke schools the shit out of Pepsi! And also? I’m not sure that I can speak to you anymore after learning of your dislike for Space Mountain. I mean, my GOD dude…that is my favorite ride on the Disneyland side! (oooh, poet)

Harry Potter bores the living shit out of me and uh, what else? American Idol hype….gag.

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Dessie said in February 24th, 2009 at 1:38 pm

I just can’t talk to you right now.

I only agree with your #s 1 and 2. The rest… well, I just can’t talk to you right now. I have to go drink a Coke with the sausage I’m eating while I read my Harry Potter book wearing a short sleeve shirt over a long sleeve shirt after riding Space Mountain listening to Bruce Springsteen on my iPod.

Good day, sir. I said good day, sir!

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Avitable said in February 24th, 2009 at 3:52 pm

Coke and Pepsi have very distinct tastes, so your palate must be horrible! I’ll drink both, although I prefer Coke products.

If you didn’t start The Sopranos from the beginning, or if you’re watching them on A&E or something, you’ve missed out completely. It was unflinching yet painted these horrible, evil people as sympathetic protagonists. Amazing show.

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Janelle said in February 24th, 2009 at 4:29 pm

YOU CAN’T TELL A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COKE AND PEPSI?!??! W.T.F? They are worlds apart and coke is the KING! I love me some coke … well, not the kind you put in your nose, but you know what I’m talking about…

AND the only Bruce Springsteen song that I like is “I’m on fire” too! It is such a good song.

I’m ok with this list because you didn’t talk about Twilight. I’m taking that to mean that you love all the Twilight hoopla, me too! When the next movie comes out we should get our picture taken in matching, “I heart Twilight” shirts.

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shiny said in February 24th, 2009 at 7:31 pm

Amanda: Just saw “Slumdog” last weekend. I was impressed. But I’ve seen better Best Picture films…

Amber: I, too, am not impressed so much by biscotti. As for Obama — I’m going to try him for another couple weeks and see if I like him or not.

yankeebird: Does this mean I can attempt it with a long-sleeved henley? Or, even better, a short-sleeved henley over a long-sleeved henley? I think I have a fashion trend waiting to burst!

B. E. Earl: The Chuck Taylors make everything okay, though. 🙂

Cocoa Goddess You and I? Agree on something? Heavens to Betsy!

Nat: My college roommate for a few years was a die-hard Bruce fan. And he says exactly the same thing — that the real experience is seeing him in concert in a more intimate setting. Guess I’ll have to find that out myself…

NYCWD: The thing is — if there’s an even choice I’ll always go Coke product over Pepsi product for no good reason. But I certainly won’t turn a Diet Pepsi down in a restaurant which only serves Pepsi products.

Faiqa: It won’t be the first time I’ve been called un-American… Or weird!

Sybil: The thing is? I’ve started to get more accustomed to Piven through the years. When I blogged at my old place back in 2005, I had an entry where I compared my kidney stone to Jeremy Piven. I think I’ve moved beyond that. But apparently not very much…

Hilly: Idol was going to be on my list. It didn’t make the cut — nor did the Grateful Dead. 🙂

Dessie: Yeah. I had a feeling that you’d get all riled up about my stupidity here. 🙂 Oh! I forgot to put iPods on the list, too!

Avitable: My palate is probably quite horrible. No argument there. My Sopranos experience began in the middle of the first season, when I was watching in on HBO. I guess I lost interest once Big Pussy died and they focused on Meadow’s boyfriend. I also didn’t like Christopher, which is odd because I like how Imperioli plays Ray Carling on “Life on Mars.”

Janelle: Nope. “Twilight” is not on my list — because I haven’t read any of them or watched the movies. Perhaps when the movie comes to basic cable…

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kapgar said in February 24th, 2009 at 9:02 pm

I don’t think the whole “sucking the life out” thing is particular to the NFL. It’s pretty much any pro sport these days.

And I’m right there with you on Sopranos. Tried watching it, but couldn’t get into it.

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whall said in February 25th, 2009 at 6:09 pm

I agree with most of this list. However, I’m sending Mafioso Italianos to come over and break your knees.

(note, it’s funnier if you yell out “Mafioso Italianos” in Harry Potter spell style)

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martymankins said in March 1st, 2009 at 12:02 am

Space Mountain is a cool ride, but Indiana Jones kicks it’s ass.

NFL is my favorite sport.

Other than that, your list is pretty close to mine.

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