33 posts • joined 18 May 2007
While the Doctor is something of a British institution, in order to appeal to a broader audience, isn't it time for an American to play the role? With that in mind, may I nominate Danny DeVito. That's assuming he isn't busy playing the lead role in the American remake of "The Long Good Friday",
I can hardly wait to not get it.
Re: Why is it......
I was thinking the same thing, and wondering why the high frequency drivers weren't located outside the mid/bass units. At least that would provide a little more separation in the frequencies where it matters most.
The other option would be to drop one of the tweeters, move the other to the middle, stand them on end, and use them in pairs as a D'appolito arrays.
Why am I not surprised that GOP men are more feminine. Look at Mitt, he wears mom jeans. Then there's Lindsey Graham, if he were to marry the representative from PA-14, and take his surname, he'd be Lindsey Doyle. Say it three times quickly
Re: Fits in with Republican Ideology
A venn diagram of the two groups would show considerable overlap.
How about a remake of The Long Good Friday Starring Danny De Vito?
While having this on one's resume might be an impediment in most circumstances, it might be a positive boon if one's future employer is also a practitioner of ritual territory marking. One suspect the gentleman in question would fit right in with the IT department of Thomas Kincaid galleries.
Anyone remember Apple's iconic "Big Brother" ad?
Still no mention of the Leningrad Cowboys?
I thought they got the name from the practice of putting their heads in Mason Jars. Those that didn't fit were obviously overqualified.
According to the Sun...
...they weigh almost four stone and are growing at a rate of an inch a month. One wonders if that's radius, diameter, or circumference. I was going to ask the IT angle, but computer modeling is definitely needed to predict how soon it'll be before their gravitational field exceeds that of the Earth.
It could be worse.
It could have been a sitz-kebab.
Someone has to say it...
Clearly Mr. Cent is suffering from Assburger's syndrome.
Yanks for the mammaries
This proves the whole thing is just a tempest in a 'D' cup.
Better send a Wahmbulance
I plan on crying in my green beer over it.
Where would one attach them?
Was it only a thumb that was up at the mention of lycra?
This list proves Sturgeon was an optimist.
Maybe the victim had a cycle computer.
Trolls are like goldfish. You overfeed them till they float belly up, then you flush them.
How do I get a refund...
...on all my so-called Swedish Porn? I bought it thinking it was Swedish, all the blue eyed blondes and all, and it turns out most Swedes are now swarthy Middle Eastern types. Shouldn't there be truth in packaging laws on this sort of thing?
To quote the bard
Twas the most unkindest cut of all.
Was he well hanged, or well hung?
...was it a moving violation?
A quid for the loo my darlings
Rather than moistening the upholstery and carpeting, wouldn't it be easier to use the airsick bags , then hand them to the cabin attendant?
I'm surprised no one has mentioned trotting to the bog.
Mine's the one with the wide mouth pint bottle in the pocket.
Turn your head and iCough
Mine's the one with the jar of Vaseline in the pocket.
A small piss for a man, a giant leak for all mankind
The slightly stained anorak, olease
Terror Police pinch Butt
Paris, because she hasn't been pinched lately.
My compliments to the editards
Oops, just send my family to replace the Bulgarians in a certain Italian circus.
Will the next game for the PSP be a Hindenburg flight simulator?
It's a bit spotty
Is that a pimple on Bush's nose, or a nipple?
Fragrant Linux users
Several members of my local Linux Users Group don't shower frequently. It s hard to say whether they violate patents, but if the do, they do it fragrantly.
Yes, they pollute their own air.
View from across the pond
I'm a 50 year old american (lower case to avoid offending British sensibilities) and I enjoyed The Long Good Friday about a quarter century ago, so the stereotypes as to who's seen it aren't quite accurate. I don't recall having any difficulty with the accents, so subtitles aren't required for all americans. When I worked at a theatre that specialized in foreign films, we used to joke that we should provide tape to the customers so their lips wouldn't get tired.
I share the concerns of the others who have commented that the film will be dumbed down so teens in the US (a notoriously thick lot) won't have to think, an activity they seem to have an aversion to. That and camera angles have to be changed every ten seconds to accomodate the attention span of the average USian.
I fully expect the remake to be a debacle, as I've heard the remake of The Wicker Man was. I think I'll watch the original again.