Does anyone still refer to breasts as "boudacious ta-tas" or is that only something that was a thing in the 80s?

Finally (after tens of people telling me I would dig it) I am getting around to reading Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. It's a stellar read so far. Definitely caters to geek culture, but not in an annoying fashion. I really need to start writing again, it's been too damn long. I am all the time inspired to write when I read...
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Just got from the wonderful folks at Amazon the book "John Hughes A Life In Film". It's really put together nicely. If I am being honest his movies were tremendously influential to me (and most people born around 1972). I hope the young kids of today are aware of his work and watch his films as ravenously as I did "back in the day".

Saw Burt Bacharach this evening. The man is more than twice my age! You forget just how many massive songs that he wrote until you hear them performed in concert, songs like The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do), What's New Pussycat and so forth. Probably not that many people know this but he wrote There's...
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Such sadness that one of my favorite actors died today, though he lived a long and full 83 years. Star Trek helped this lonely 16 year old out on a nightly basis back in the latter part of the 80s (Channel 11 in New York ran Star Trek at 12:00 midnight), and for that I will be forever grateful.

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lordskrappy:
I believe, things that stir the imagination, give your heart hope. Star Trek was one of the few things I could watch on FREE TV that stirred the imagination. I wan't to thank Mr. Spock and Crew for the voyages in my mind! Much Love....RIP!
scarletwolf01:
He lived long, and prospered!

1. Billy Joel

2. Veruca Salt

3. Barry Gibb

4. The Monkees

5. Television

6. Ace Frehley

7. Stevie Wonder

8. Fleetwood Mac

9. Tom Petty

10. Joan Jett

Contenders for 2015 (so far): U2, The Who, Burt Bacharach, Juliana Hatfield Three, Merle Haggard.

Wishful thinking for 2015: The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, any member of REM, either one of Ween, The Dead Milkmen, Herbie...
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1. Boyhood

2. The Grand Budapest Hotel

3. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

4. Life Itself

5. The Imitation Game

6. Birdman

7. Whiplash

8. Under The Skin

9. Foxcatcher

10. Big Eyes

I haven't seen Selma or American Sniper yet, so this may be revised. I also need to see Inherent Vice again. I think that may end up on the...
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I am not a talented singer or dancer but I have not let it stop me from being cast in the musical Annie Get Your Gun at a local theatre. Tonight was the first night of dance rehearsal and I am exhausted but in a good way. If nothing else I imagine I will sweat off some poundage as I try to not embarrass myself...
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Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes is the best movie I have seen this summer. Intelligent, thought-provoking entertainment with good characters who actually have understandable motivations (even, in fact, especially, the Apes). Lots of fun, don't be afraid. It's smart but there's still scenes of chimpanzees riding horses whilst shooting machine guns (heretofore only seen in dreams dreamt after eating pumpkin...
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Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes is the best movie I have seen this summer. Intelligent, thought-provoking entertainment with good characters who actually have understandable motivations (even, in fact, especially, the Apes). Lots of fun, don't be afraid. It's smart but there's still scenes of chimpanzees riding horses whilst shooting machine guns (heretofore only seen in dreams dreamt after eating pumpkin...
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lilou:
I can't wait to see it! I love the apes saga and these new films are always tearjerkers to me. I can't even help myself but tear up when I see the TRAILER! haha