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A movie by Steven Speilberg and starring Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

All in all, a well made film that is quite entertaining .. The whole movie is shot in an airport with Tom Hanks playing a Krakosian (I hope I spelt that correctly)who can't speak English and has to get to New York for a famous Jazz musician's signature..Apparently his country is in a crisis and the government was over thrown so there is no longer a country and since there is no country ...so his passport is invalid (...)

Shortly after the U.S. election, Eminem released the single Mosh from his latest album, Encore. Ironically, it was in fact a song telling people to fuck Bush, go out and vote against him (a little late; did he not know the date of the election?).

Additionally, there have been various Rock Against Bush concerts, and numerous celebrities declaring Bush to be bad. And then of course there was Fahrenheit 9/11, which in reality was simply a glamorized platform for Moore's beliefs and reasoning (...)

This is a topic near to my heart. Through my studies of computer science, I particularly enjoy the theory behind it. How deep can you walk into a forest? Half-way, because the rest of the way is spent walking out of the forest. Pushing towards theory enough, and you begin to leave computer science and hit the realm of philosophy. Yes, that's right. Many of the topics that I find myself most interested in involve AI, or Artificial Intelligence. I thought I'd begin with that background (...)

Hey, guys. I thought that I would post this thread mainly for the ones who are in love and believe that they are in a stable relationship, and for the ones who already know that they found the right one for the rest of their lives.
I am just curious to see if the things that made your heart beat faster and told you that he/she was the One are the same ones that were for me.

Maybe I should take a step back and say that I met Neil on the Internet 4 years ago. I remember how at first we would (...)

Well, I've got problems to say the least due to my own stupidity.

I wrecked my car 4 days ago in an accident with no injuries, which was my fault. I'm being sued, which in turn is going to cause me to be disenrolled from an advanced program in the enlisted Navy. At the moment I'm on leave so I can't go back to work, and all my friends have gone. So all I can do is sit in my apartment and worry for next few weeks until the hammers start to fall on me. So what can we all learn from this?

1) (...)

The dramatic changes of the new millenium, let alone the past century, have given me new thoughts of intelligence, basic knowledge, and literacy. I will have to admit that this record will have a bias of me having grown up and been raised in the United States. But nonetheless... Back in ye olde days, intelligence was best measured by the classics that were read and the cookie-cutter interpretations expected of then college professors, high-end lawyers, etc... And without them, one was (...)


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