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  1. I've been reading Stephen King again. Just finished "The Stand", and am currently reading 'Misery". For those who are into King, I'm pondering now what would happen if Trashman man met Annie Wilkes. Then there is Randall Flagg. Maybe I have too much time on my hands......

    1. southwest1


      What's your favorite King novel? Just curious. Or book to movie adaptation? 

    2. teganslaw


      I have several favorite novels: "The Stand"; "Misery" and King's newer book, "Revival". 


      As far as book to movie adaptation: "The Stand" miniseries. The film "Misery" wasn't quite as good as the book, but Kathy Bates hit it out of the park as far as acting. I also liked the movie "The Shining." 


  2. I live in Fort Wayne also and going to work passed over the bridge where they found Hardy's body. At first I wondered why there were fire trucks and police cars around that area; the traffic was closed to one lane. Turns out that they had found Hardy. They don't know the cause of death yet. Sad story.
  3. I can see your point: nature doesn't work that way in real life. In fact, nature can be quite cruel at times. But I didn't focus on that when watching the movie. Mostly, I liked the music. Elton John is one of my all time favorite entertainers, so anything he does I'm bound to like. Some movies I tend to analyze, but "The Lion King: isn't one of them; I just enjoyed the whole thing. Now the Disney movie "Frozen: is one I think is overrated. Didn't like it and that message rubbed me the wrong way. But that's another issue altogether.
  4. I had a dream that Drew Brees came to my house for Thanksgiving dinner. We were going to watch one of the NFL games afterwards, though don't remember which one.
  5. "One Hour Photo" was one of his best movies. It wasn't given much publicity, but Williams gave one outstanding performance in it. He played such a strange character; different from his other roles. His talent was amazing; it's sad that he had so many problems in his life.
  6. Lion King and Finding Nemo.
  7. I don't care about his music. Not my style at al.
  8. I can't get over the Browns releasing Gary Barnidge since he was one of their top players. It's not like the team had a salary cap problem. Maybe they expect a lot of out of the draft picks.
  9. He could be yelling for several reasons: 1. "The Patriots are the greatest" (his words) 2. :Madden curse, what Madden curse?" 3. "Take that, Goodall!"
  10. Is anyone watching this? I saw the second episode, and thought it was very good. (Missed the first one.) I plan to watch the rest of the series. It's on NFL Network, next episode Wednesday at 10.00 P.M. EST. It's also streaming on Amazon. Even after viewing just one episode, I'm interested and can tell that it will be worth while. Recommended for football fans no matter who their favorite team is.
  11. Sympathies to your son.......::) Seriously, maybe the Browns will finally have a good season.
  12. I thought that Drew Pearson was great! Giving it back to the Eagles fans. I was getting tired of the "Fly, Eagles, fly" song, so they deserved this. I noticed that the analysts didn't spend much time on the Colts' draft picks, but it didn't upset me. Ballard did a good job with the picks, so the analysts' opinions didn't much matter. Mayock didn't like the orangutan picking the players, but it was entertaining to me. Some people thought it was disrespectful to the players, but I don't agree. I really don't think the players cared who announced the picks; they were happy just to be chosen! SW, since you brought it up, no it's not wrong to wonder about the Make-A-Wish Foundation recipients thinking bigger. It's just something that wouldn't interest you. Everyone has different dreams and goals; what one person likes holds no interest for someone else. That being said, I can understand someone's wish wanting to announce a draft pick; it's something I would like to do. I've always wanted to attend the NFL draft (didn't work out for me to attend the Chicago ones), and announcing a pick would be amazing! Overall, this was a very good draft, and I enjoyed watching it. I've never been to Philadelphia, but it looks interesting.
  13. I didn't know much about Malik Hooker, but after reading the posts and checking him out, this was a nice pick. Some analysts were saying that he is inconsistent, but that doesn't concern me too much. The positives seem to outweigh the negative factors on this guy.
  14. Maybe he wanted to play another season, and NE was the only team interested. Sometimes they have to take what they can get or be out of football. it could have been that kind of situation. On the other hand, it would be neat if AP got 1000 yards this season. He seems to be near the end of his career, but who knows how it will work out.
  15. "Mediocrities everywhere, I absolve you!" Couldn't resist. Anyway, for the Colts to have a successful season: no major injuries and a winning record. Getting the AFC South division is icing on the cake.

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