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sidewaysgaze

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  1. I just got back from my nephew wedding. It was held in the rainforest at the zoo. It was really a fun wedding.

     

    Sounds like it was a really nice time, Joyce. Glad you got to enjoy the festivities, and congrats to your nephew. :)

     

    Jen

  2. Details here: "Stan Lee, along with Elvira Mistress of the Dark, are hosting their 2nd Annual Comikaze Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center, September 15th and 16th."

     

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    "Celebrity Appearances Stan Lee, Elvira, Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead), Adam West, Burt Ward & Julie Newmar, Linda Blair, Thomas Jane, Lou Ferrigno, Todd McFarlane and many more..."

     

    http://whennerdsattack.com/?p=9308

     

     

     

    Jen

  3. Here's the 1st of 3 kinda detailed reviews I found online for the BluRay package of Hung, Season 3:

     

    "Hung: The Complete Third Season on Blu-ray rocked, but it was too little, too late. The show features some stellar performances by the primary cast, extremely solid technical specifications, and above average special features. It's real unfortunate that Hung was canceled."

     

    http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/58034/hung-the-complete-third-season/

     

    Jen

  4. I've been on a bis kick (not a Bisquick) the past couple of days after finding an old cassette of the Scottish band's fun pop-punk tunes. It's not rocket science, but the melodies are catchy and the rhythm is upbeat.

    Check out the nutty, bouncy "Secret Vampires", which someone did a fan video on YouTube with old movie vampire footage to go along w/ the song:

     

     

     

    Jen
  5. I've finally - finally kinda run through LOL, just to spot where Tom is in the movie. I haven't had the time to actually sit down and really watch it yet.

     

    Anyway, the movie seems to be a faithful adaptation of the original French version, as far as I can tell on fast-forward.

     

    Tom's scenes are sprinkled throughout the movie, some very fleeting, and some a bit longer, like the coffee convo w/ Demi Moore, and near the end of the movie w/ Miley Cyrus. There may be about 6 to 7 scenes total of Tom in the movie.

     

    So, not a cameo like in Scott Pilgrim, but not a substantial role for length of time at least.

     

     

    Jen

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