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  • : Quigley Down Under

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    My Old Man thought enough of this movie he took me to see it in the theater.

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    It's a Wonderful Life
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Tuesday, March 28, 2006



I've come SO close to getting in an accident from watching DVD's in other driver's cars.

Up here, personalized plates only cost $10. EVERYONE has one, including myself. (ILUVLSU) Needless to say, I have my own game for the drive into work. It is more fun with a friend though - half of them I can't decipher. My friend Jen plays it daily with the other members of her carpool. The person with the lowest amount of points by the time they get to the office has to drive the next day. FNRGHT! (And, yes, that is an ACTUAL plate I saw on 66 the other day. heh heh)


hmmm. i wonder if there's a way to mount a little video camera on in your car, so people in other cars watching your screen would see themselves and get totally freaked out.


Didn't Popeye beat up Bluto to save Olive Oyl in ALL the Popeye cartoons?

Follow me. I can often be found driving around with the DVD on - even with no kids in the back seat.


I saw some pron going on once. O'course, I seen some real-life highway felating going on more'n once. I would call that distracted driving.


TigerGrrl - always nice to hear from you. Let's hope you get a couple of new LSU-N/C bumpastikkas next week!

Dave - y'know, some of those high-end SUVs have that very thing: a rear-view cam. It would take much to modify it to monitor tailgaters, and while you're at it, upsize the monitor so the guy behind him can see that he's mining for gold up to the second knuckle.

Kay, you're focusing on the obvious and overlooking the subtleties and nuances of the genre.

CC, I don't know how you keep your chariot between the hay bales.

Kevin Donahue

Yeah, the moving pron is *muy* distractiano. I tailgated a guy all the way to South Dakota a couple weeks ago. :-)


Crickets have short attention spans. Attention spans. Crickets, that is.

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