So, I’ve seen this list floating around the interweb recently, and I decided to see how many of these movies I’d seen.
*It’s been said that allegedly if you’ve seen over 85 movies you have no life. Mark the ones you’ve seen. There are 239 films on this list. Copy this list, go to your own blog, paste it in and put x’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 Man’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.