I applaud you for spelling out that volcano name, sir.
In a couple years you'll also have to take her to see "Turbo 3: That Snail Is In A Slightly Different Setting Now."
On the other hand, what other state can pull off a giant set of bull horns on the front of their cars?
Yeah, unless I'm wearing a suit or something, I can typically shrug off heat up to about 110. But there's something about that number. And the fact that Phx so often surpasses it. It just breaks your spirit.
A couple weeks ago I interviewed for a job in western Washington.
Wow, two religions in one sentence.
It kinda puts a meta spin on the whole "creators you love" vs. "the creators' statements" discussion.
You gotta watch out for those Normans. Always invading, that lot.
Easy, Stranger. The last guy got blocked for personal attacks.
I think he's trying to keep it light, defuse a little bit. One of the reasons I like these boards is that it doesn't usually have the same frothing rage as, say, every article's comment board on cnn.com.
Second, I think his point, which is likely a valid one, is that no amount of success of this movie is going to retroactively change, say, the latest Supreme Court ruling. Or the upcoming ones. I suppose the war isn't over, but all the big battles probably are.
In past discussions of this issue, this is how I have thought this will all shake out.
Conversely, I have trouble imagining that, if the movie does well, people will translate that into "OSC must be right about gays." That seems like a little too big a leap.