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scat
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12/12/2017 05:03PM
I'm watching The Last Waltz, the movie about the last concert of The Band, and I swear, every time I start watching it I end up watching the whole movie because it just like sucks me into it. Four or five guys with incredibly soulful voices playing songs with great lyrics and telling the story of the band and all the guest musicians playing great music. It's addicting. I told myself not to watch it and now it's too late. There goes another two hours of my life. Another couple movies are probably Cool Hand Luke and the Blues Brothers is hard to put down. TV shows I watch religiously, probably weird to some, but Hogan's Heroes and Combat.
Yeah, bored. Oh, you don't know the shape I'm in...
 
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ozarkpaddler
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12/12/2017 05:35PM
"The Outlaw Josey Wales," "It's a Wonderful Life," "Life With Father," and any of the "Taken" movies. If I'm flipping through and it's one of these, I gotta see it.
12/12/2017 05:48PM
Office Space.
Goofy, but it so closely resembles a period of my life I just laugh out loud when I watch.
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12/12/2017 06:01PM
Melvin and Howard, The Last Emperor, Glory, Henry V, North By Northwest
12/12/2017 06:19PM
Godfather
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12/12/2017 06:22PM
Any of the Hobbit or Lord of the Rings movies.
scat
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12/12/2017 06:23PM
One other one, I have always loved the original version of Mutiny on the Bounty, the one with Charles Laughton and Clark Gable. If you ever want to make a lasting impression on some mates on a canoe trip try this, stand up in your skiff, thrust a fist towards anyone worthy, and proclaim loudly,

'Cast me adrift, three thousand miles from a port of call! Send me to my doom eh, Mr. Christian! Well, I'll row this boat to England if I have to and I'll live to see you hanging from the highest yardarm in the English Navy!'

Try it. It might get you an extra ration of rum.
12/12/2017 06:29PM

jcavenagh: "Office Space. Goofy, but it so closely resembles a period of my life I just laugh out loud when I watch.
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Definitely! I can also relate quite well to the work setting and office humor.

Other movies for me would be most of the "Die Hard" series, especially the first "Die Hard", "Die Hard with a Vengeance", and "Live Free or Die Hard". I also have an obsession with the movies "Aliens" and "Patton", just to name a few.

Hans Solo

Northwoodsman
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12/12/2017 06:34PM
Grumpy Old Men. The Hunt for Red October.
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12/12/2017 06:48PM
The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
scat
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12/12/2017 07:02PM
I will admit, sometimes I go straight to the last twenty minutes of Unforgiven just to start at the part when he enters Greeley's and says, 'who owns this &hithole'.

And deserve's got nothin to do with it.

The last being words I have lived by at times.
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12/12/2017 07:34PM
Josey Wales
"Not a hard man to follow,leaves dead men where ever he goes".
"You're lucky you stopped me, I might have killed her."

Christmas Vacation
"Oh that's just Snots hacken on a bone".
"@hitters full".

Animal House
"This is GREAT"!!

Terminator
"I'll be back".
scat
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12/12/2017 07:45PM
I like:

Bad Santa
Bad Grandpa
Bad Teacher

It seems like there was one or two more Bad movies, I like them all. Is that bad?
12/12/2017 10:11PM
Outlaw Josey Wales, Jaws, Tombstone, Shawshank Redemption, Kelly's Heroes, dirty dozen. Of course I never have control of the television since the kids are here. :)
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12/12/2017 10:45PM
ha ha this thread is the VERY reason I stopped flipping through channels years ago. I would have to finish most of the movies on your lists so far. Now I just use the guide channel and resist the urge to start : )
ozarkpaddler
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12/12/2017 11:07PM
Captn Tony: "Josey Wales""
"Indians endeavor to persevere.... and then we thought about it awhile and declared war on the Union"
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12/13/2017 05:06AM
Planet of the Apes "Get your stinking paws off me you d*** dirty ape."
The Great Escape "He wasn't caught."
Kelly's Heroes "Kill him and we don't get the gold."
Young Frankenstein "That's I-gor."
The Princess Bride "Inconceivable."
Where Eagles Dare "Broadsword calling Dannyboy."
The Omega Man
The Maltese Falcon "The stuff dreams are made of."
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12/13/2017 05:36AM
Revenant!
missmolly
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12/13/2017 06:55AM
To Kill a Mockingbird
mastertangler
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12/13/2017 06:56AM
I must admit I like movies.........some movies that is.

The Road......post apocalypse world. Father and son traveling through peril. Edgy, Father and son relationship is touching.

Hell or High Water.......Modern day western, dialogue is fascinating. A bit violent, a little language can be rough but neither seems out of place or overdone. Should of been best picture IMO or at least best actor (Jeff Bridges)

Rango........Hilarious animated

The Good the bad the ugly........a cult classic

As good as it gets........"Go sell crazy some place else, we are all stocked up here"

The Incredibles...... Pixar, one of my favs from them. Rumor has it Incredibles 2 is coming

Interstellar........Love the music, love the intensity of a noble cause. Father/daughter

The Lord of the Rings movies..........classic tale of good and evil.

Alein 2 ......."what are we going to do now man"
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12/13/2017 07:34AM
scat: "I will admit, sometimes I go straight to the last twenty minutes of Unforgiven just to start at the part when he enters Greeley's and says, 'who owns this &hithole'.

And deserve's got nothin to do with it.

The last being words I have lived by at times."


"I even thought I was dead, till I found out that I was just in Nebraska"
ozarkpaddler
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12/13/2017 08:49AM
walllee: "Godfather"

Only if I'm by myself, my wife hates them, I love them, especially the first, when Michael was still a "Hero." "Leave the gun...take the canoli"
Longpaddler
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12/13/2017 08:57AM
Any and all Lord of the Rings movies, including the Hobbit movies.
Last of the Mohicans (despite the phoney Kevlar canoes)
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12/13/2017 10:01AM
so many good ones listed thus far

o brother where art thou.....lots of great quotes
"I'll tell you what I am - I'm the paterfamilias!"

as good as it gets....
"Some of us have great stories, pretty stories that take place at lakes with boats and friends and noodle salad. Just no one in this car. But, a lot of people, that's their story. Good times, noodle salad. "

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12/13/2017 10:11AM
Northwoodsman: "Grumpy Old Men. The Hunt for Red October."

I would agree with both of these, and add the Princess Bride.
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12/13/2017 10:18AM
missmolly: "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Ditto. Several unforgettable scenes.
scat
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12/13/2017 10:33AM
For whatever reason I am dying to see The Hunchback of Notre Dame again. Black and white with Charles Laughton as Quasimodo. I guess I have a Charles Laughton thing. I remember watching it with my dad back in the day, the part where he swings down and rescues the maiden, 'Sanctuary!', now that's theater man. I seriously need to see that one again.
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12/13/2017 10:55AM
Shawshank
QueticoMike
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12/13/2017 11:26AM
A river runs through it
Rocky
Jeremiah Johnson
Braveheart
Field of Dreams
Good Will Hunting
A Streetcar named Desire
Dances with Wolves
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12/13/2017 11:51AM
gotta see if the library hAS those old Clint Eastwood cowboy movies... and then watch them when the war dept isn't around.
I have the music on vinyl yet...listen to that music for many hours in college in late 60's

dr bob
12/13/2017 12:36PM
The Fifth Element
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12/13/2017 02:31PM
Miracle-- 1980 Us Hockey Team

Rudy

Tombstone

Gladiator

Braveheart

Band of Brothers--HBO series

First Blood

Dumb and Dumber
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12/13/2017 02:31PM
missmolly: "To Kill a Mockingbird"

To ADD to that one.... "The Help", "Fried Green Tomatoes", "Field of Dreams", the 3 LOTR movies, "Sideways."
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12/13/2017 03:03PM
Stripes
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Office Space
This is Spinal Tap
Best in Show (though I don't think I've ever watched it all in one piece start to finish)
High Plains Drifter, Fistful of Dollars, etc

I'd say any Monty Python movie, but I never see those on television.

Overall, I don't watch many movies on television. TV shows are only a 30 or 60 minute commitment, as opposed to 2-3 hours where something might interrupt you and then you're thrown off. So if there's a movie or an episode of, say, Green Acres, I'll opt for Green Acres 90% of the time.

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12/13/2017 05:28PM
The Great Outdoors
mr.barley
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12/13/2017 06:35PM
Time Bandits (you never see it though)

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (again, you never see it)

The Holy Grail

Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid





12/13/2017 11:36PM
Goodfellas
Little Big Man
Shawshank Redemption
Last of the Mohicans
Gladiator
Bridge over the River Quai
One Flew over the Cookoos Nest
Jeremiah Johnson
Cool Hand Luke ... "what we have here is a failure to communicate "
Apocalypse Now
Forrest Gump
Mad Max
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12/14/2017 02:21AM
Dr. Strangelove and Rocky Horror Picture Show.
mastertangler
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12/14/2017 06:48AM
mr.barley: "Time Bandits (you never see it though)


The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (again, you never see it)
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Loved Time Bandits and The Adventures of Baron Manchausen looks like a total hoot. I will definitely be checking this out when the mood is right ;-)
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12/14/2017 11:52AM
Northwoodsman: "Grumpy Old Men. The Hunt for Red October."
You just nailed two of my all-time favorites. "Grumpier Old Men" was great, too.
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12/14/2017 12:50PM
mr.barley: "Time Bandits (you never see it though)

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (again, you never see it)

The Holy Grail

Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid "

You could always purchase the DVD
HowardSprague
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12/14/2017 01:08PM
there's supposed to be a new Terry Gilliam movie, think it's "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" or something.

here: Man Who Killed Don Quixote - Gilliam
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12/14/2017 01:23PM
High Noon, Rango and To Kill a Mockingbird. I own DVDs of High Noon and To Kill a Mockingbird. I need to buy a disc for Rango because, like To Kill a Mockingbird, it doesn't show up on TV very often.
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12/14/2017 02:05PM
dbpmw3: "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly"


Every time - I'm hooked.

That and Jeremiah Johnson.
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12/14/2017 04:32PM
jcavenagh: "Office Space.
Goofy, but it so closely resembles a period of my life I just laugh out loud when I watch.
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Working on my "TPS" report now.
scat
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12/14/2017 05:34PM
High Noon. With Gary Cooper. That's choice. I like Gregory Peck also. Moby Dick, another one I am fond of. I used to know some Captain Ahab lines. If spoken with conviction and a fervent stare aimed just past the port side ear of the receiver, the presentation can be quite effective.
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12/14/2017 06:30PM
Maybe someone can help me track down a very old western......... famous actors that many would know.

About Judge Roy Bean and how he wants to hang a cowboy but the cowboy takes note of his fixation with a Lily Langtree and plays him like a fiddle.

I have tried several times to figure out the name of the movie as I would like to add it to my collection. Very enjoyable.
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12/14/2017 07:47PM
Well, I just googled it and I'm sure you mean The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean. Starring Paul Newman, Jaqueline Bisset, Anthony Hopkins and Victoria Principal! The last being a name I forgot, but there is something I remember now. I don't think I've ever seen that one, or two, I mean the movie that is. Pretty cool cast. It's got to be good.
mastertangler
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12/15/2017 06:27AM
scat: "Well, I just googled it and I'm sure you mean The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean. Starring Paul Newman, Jaqueline Bisset, Anthony Hopkins and Victoria Principal! The last being a name I forgot, but there is something I remember now. I don't think I've ever seen that one, or two, I mean the movie that is. Pretty cool cast. It's got to be good."

Nope........way before them. I have done all the google searches and spent an hour several years ago trying to figure it out. No dice.
mastertangler
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12/15/2017 06:47AM
Ha! I found it........goggled pictures of old western actors, found the judge (Walter Brennan) and then read his roles and up comes Judge Roy Bean.

The movie is of course a classic with Gary Cooper........."The Westerner". Hugely entertaining IMO. Cast perfectly with lots of amusing moments. Great! I need to watch that again.
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12/15/2017 07:22AM
Sweet. That does look awesome. The other one sounds good too. So far I've resisted the urge to google Victoria Principal but I don't know how long I can hold out.
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12/16/2017 06:31AM
QueticoMike: "mr.barley: "Time Bandits (you never see it though)

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (again, you never see it)

The Holy Grail

Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid "

You could always purchase the DVD"
I do have the Holy Grqail and Munchausen on dvd and I have Time Bandits and Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid on VHS. But I don't have a VHS player anymore.
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12/16/2017 06:43AM
mr.barley: "QueticoMike: "mr.barley: "Time Bandits (you never see it though)


The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (again, you never see it)


The Holy Grail


Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid "

You could always purchase the DVD"
I do have the Holy Grqail and Munchausen on dvd and I have Time Bandits and Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid on VHS. But I don't have a VHS player anymore."


Mr Barley I beg for your forgiveness in advance.......I watched the Baron movie last night and thought it positively dreadful. I was so looking forward to it being as entertaining as Time Bandits. Perhaps I needed to have been in a less fatigued state as I didn't quite comprehend much of the dialogue.
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12/16/2017 09:33AM
I would have guessed there were more of you that liked a few John Wayne movies. Saw True Grit last night. One of my favorite westerns of all time. Other Wayne movies I really like - the Searchers, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Cowboys, and Red River.
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12/17/2017 06:50PM
John Wayne's "The Quiet Man", " Jeremiah Johnson" (seems to be a favorite on this board--if you liked the movie read "Crow Killer", the essentially true story, available from Piragis), it maybe the music that haunts me the most.
12/18/2017 02:23PM
mastertangler: "Ha! I found it........goggled pictures of old western actors, found the judge (Walter Brennan) and then read his roles and up comes Judge Roy Bean.


The movie is of course a classic with Gary Cooper........."The Westerner". Hugely entertaining IMO. Cast perfectly with lots of amusing moments. Great! I need to watch that again. "

The google-foo is strong in this one, hmm? ;)
scat
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12/18/2017 07:40PM
True Grit. Yeah, you can't argue with that. I do like the spoof type movies, Spinal Tap was mentioned, any love for Tropic Thunder? I would definitely watch that one all the way again, anytime.
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12/20/2017 02:40PM
AmarilloJim: "scat: "I will admit, sometimes I go straight to the last twenty minutes of Unforgiven just to start at the part when he enters Greeley's and says, 'who owns this &hithole'.


And deserve's got nothin to do with it.


The last being words I have lived by at times."



"I even thought I was dead, till I found out that I was just in Nebraska""


When you shoot a man you take away everything he has and everything he's gonna have.
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12/20/2017 03:01PM
I hope you can handle the truth because it's "A Few Good Men"
12/20/2017 09:56PM
Some good ones mentioned, but I haven't seen "Twelve Angry Men" - the original with Henry Fonda and an all-star cast - mentioned.

Also "The Thin Red Line".
12/20/2017 10:31PM
myceliaman: "The Great Outdoors"
I haven’t seen that one. Is it like Grumpy Old Men but they use Crankbaits and listen to Polka?
scat
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12/22/2017 08:02PM
The Great Outdoors is the one where this huge grizzly bear knocks down the cabin door on top of John Candy and stomps on it several times to great effect. He is all gung ho to go up north. I think Rick Moranis was the other guy in it, there were two couples, and their kids too maybe. I remember the bear most of all. Good humor.

Unforgiven has a lot of good lines at the end of it:
I can't remember. I was drunk most of the time.
Well, you sure killed the hell out of that fella today.
It's a helluva thing killing a man. You take away all he's got, and all he's ever gonna have.
But that didn't scare Little Bill did it.
Gimme the Schofield.
I guess I'd rather be blind and ragged than dead.
You don't have to worry kid. I ain't gonna kill you. You're the only friend I got.
Who's the fella owns this ....hole.
Any man don't want to get killed, better clear on out the back.
Deserve's got nothin to do with it.

Surely one of the most starkly realistic western themed movies I've ever seen. That has long been a favorite of mine.
12/23/2017 01:09PM
scat: "The Great Outdoors is the one where this huge grizzly bear knocks down the cabin door on top of John Candy and stomps on it several times to great effect. He is all gung ho to go up north. I think Rick Moranis was the other guy in it, there were two couples, and their kids too maybe. I remember the bear most of all. Good humor.


Unforgiven has a lot of good lines at the end of it:
I can't remember. I was drunk most of the time.
Well, you sure killed the hell out of that fella today.
It's a helluva thing killing a man. You take away all he's got, and all he's ever gonna have.
But that didn't scare Little Bill did it.
Gimme the Schofield.
I guess I'd rather be blind and ragged than dead.
You don't have to worry kid. I ain't gonna kill you. You're the only friend I got.
Who's the fella owns this ....hole.
Any man don't want to get killed, better clear on out the back.
Deserve's got nothin to do with it.


Surely one of the most starkly realistic western themed movies I've ever seen. That has long been a favorite of mine."


Great movie.

You could use this one to start a thread on Clint Eastwood quotations. He's had a lot of great ones over the years.
12/23/2017 04:05PM
Scat-

I enjoyed Unforgiven, but seemed the only one in the theater who found any humor in it. For some starkly realistic western reading, try Cormac McCarthy's novel "Blood Meridian" about the Glanton Gang.
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12/24/2017 06:14PM
I just watched The Perfect Storm for the first time. It was three hours on the tube, I recorded it and still it was like five minutes of movie and five of commercials. But beside that I had no problem sticking with it and watching it all the way through. Pretty solid movie. A little romance, a lot of macho, plenty of action and good character acting. Interesting subject matter, a sword fishing boat. I'll confess, I got choked up at the end. My throat got sore in the back of it and my eyes got wet. I hate when that happens, it takes a long time to get them dry again. Not bad. I watched it today again in parts, between watching the Bears game, which I still haven't finished. That theater is so bad it's not even worth crying for. I also checked out Dunkirk. Not as good as Perfect Storm.
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12/24/2017 08:01PM
Most westerns from the fifties and later. Especially those with scenery. 'Last of the Dogmen' comes to mind because you don't see it offered much on sat.
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12/24/2017 09:27PM
The original "Dirty Dozen"
"The Count of Monte Cristo"
"The Gladiator"
"Kelly's Heroes"

scat
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12/25/2017 01:02AM
A double dose of Telly Savalas. Sweet. My favorite is when he played a commander of a rogue Greek commando like squad in the show Combat. They were in jeeps with fifty cals, blasted the krauts and saved Lt Hanley and the guys. He ended up getting killed, being a hero. He had like a death wish. If I remember that right. That guy could act. Pretty convincing. Kind of a fan.
Who loves you baby? Lollipops. Not so much. Lost me there.

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12/26/2017 10:04PM
I'm happy. Bad Santa was on the tube again. I watched it four times in the last two days. Thank you Jesus. That was righteous of you.
 
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