So, I’ve seen this list floating around the interweb recently, and I decided to see how many of these movies I’d seen.
*Itâ€™s been said that allegedly if youâ€™ve seen over 85 movies you have no life. Mark the ones youâ€™ve seen. There are 239 films on this list. Copy this list, go to your own blog, paste it in and put xâ€™s by the ones that you have seen. Add them up, change the header adding your number, and post it.*
(X) Rocky Horror Picture Show
(X) Pirates of the Caribbean
(X) Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Manâ€™s Chest
( ) Boondock
(X) Fight Club
(X) Starsky and Hutch
(X) Neverending Story
(X) Blazing Saddles
(X) The Princess Bride
(X) Napoleon Dynamite
( ) Saw
( ) Saw II
( ) White Noise
( ) White Oleander
(X) Anger Management
(X) 50 First Dates
(X) The Princess Diaries
( ) The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
Total so far: 16 out of 22.
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I enjoy reading Lifehacker everyday. Usually there are some pretty good tips and tricks that pop up on there throughout the week. Sometimes a topic comes up that makes me think “WTF?” Do people really have problems with these sort of things?
Here’s the latest, head-scartching example. Is it that difficult to remember where you parked. I know sometimes it seems like the lot goes on for miles, but it’s common sense people. All of these tips are things I would hope most normal people would think of on their own.
This article on CNET strikes me as a bit retarded. I don’t really see how the Japanese can interpret ad skipping as a violation of the country’s copyright law. By that rational, will commuters not be able to change the radio station when the commercials start playing? This is ridiculous and absurd.
I wish I could’ve witnessed this spectacle first-hand. There’s a group of D&D skillets who do the same thing every Sunday in Nashville at Elmington Park. My friend’s and I have always said we should just bum rush these dudes. It’s great to know there are other’s out there who had the same idea. The Zombie aspect is a nice touch, though I doubt we’d have gone to such lengths.