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BYOB – Tuesday… And On…

I don’t know how soon I will be adding the next entry… could be 10 minutes… could be 5 days…
Be careful out there.

13 Responses to “BYOB – Tuesday… And On…”

  1. martin says:

    Are you on crack, with all these posts?

  2. Roman says:

    Thanks David, you watch your back too.
    And with that I would like to hijack this topic:
    India wants to give DreamWorks $2 Billion:
    Thoughts? Suspicions?

  3. mutinyco says:

    Its Persis Khambatta’s revenge.

  4. Roman says:

    The 39 Clues:
    Clue #1. Spielberg won’t be directing.

  5. Roman says:

    Clue #2. They are trying to build a library of “safe” and “profitable” franchises.

  6. Aladdin Sane says:

    Come on Martin, don’t steal my schtick!

  7. IOIOIOI says:

    If the influx of Indian cash can help Dreamworks like it has helped countless other aspects of this world like Team Force India Ferrari. Dreamworks should be in good shape over the next few years. Since the Indian cash can usually buy a lot of good stuff.

  8. jeffmcm says:

    Clues to what? Spielberg won’t be directing what, movies? I kind of think he will be.

  9. Monco says:

    Did anyone else see that Rolling Stone has posted the first review of The Dark Knight. I didn’t know they were screening this already. I didn’t read it because I want to go in fresh but it was positive. Though coming from Peter Travers that doesn’t mean much.

  10. Chucky in Jersey says:

    Of course Peter Travers is a quotewhore. He also is a right-wing hack who denounced “Rendition” purely for political reasons.
    His conduct reminds me of those “Perception/Reality” ads Rolling Stone ran in trade papers during Reagan time. Those ads confirmed that Rolling Stone was so over, even back then.

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    Chucky has added a new skill set to his repertoire!

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