Chase • October 13, 2010 • Winter Haven, FL, USA
So last weekwe rented ' The killer inside me' DVD from Red Box. Pretty crazy movie. Anyways, in the pre movie previews there was a trailer for a pretty cool Asian flick that i need to know the name of...... The trailer had tons of explosions and kun Fu and some famous Asian actor. Does anyone know the name of that movie? I want to see if it is out yet. Thank you.
I'm watching family guy the star wars movie Blue Harvest. Can anyone tell me if they licensed the star war rights for this movie?
Also who is the face that appears during the light speed segment when Peter and the crew are escaping from the deathstar? Is it David copperfield?
I am thinking about seeing a movie. Any good ideas?
I have recently graduated from hair school, and am figuring out how to start off my career in the hair business. The hardest part of being a new hairstylist is the fact that you have no clientele, and getting a decent one that helps you earn enough profit each month is not easy. What do you suggest to find people to follow me and what do you look for in a hairstylist that keeps you going back to them? I'm interested to know. Thank you! Any suggestion or experience, etc would be helpful.
Recently a friend and I snuck into an abandoned home that is near where I was to take some pictures. What we found was actually pretty interesting and CREEPY. Feel free to post some pics of abandoned home you may have or any cool pics from random photo shoots that you and your friends have done! This is a picture of one of the rooms in the house.
Ultimately the most important question of all...
The writer Maya Angelou said:
"Since age two I've been waltzing up and down with the question of life's meaning. And I am obliged to report that the answer changes from week to week. When I know the answer, I know it absolutely; as soon as I know that I know it, I know that I know nothing. About 70 percent of the time my conclusion is that there is a grand design. I believe that the force that created life is betting that human beings will do something quite wonderful--like live up to their potential. I am influenced largely by Blaise Pascal and his wager. Pascal advises us to bet on the toss of a coin that God is. If we win, we win eternity. If we lose, we lose nothing.
I'm looking out a large window now and I see about 40 dogwood and maple and oak and locust trees and the light is on some of the leaves and it's so beautiful. Sometimes I'm overcome with gratitude at such sights and feel that each of us has a responsibility for being alive: one responsibility to creation, of which we are a part, another to the creator--a debt we repay by trying to extend our areas of comprehension."
What do you think? Have you heard any other quotes. Why are we here?
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