Member since: Nov 17th, 2006
Aug 24th 2010 12:57PM "Welcome to Egghead! How can I help you?"Win95 will always remind me of those 6 months working retail.
Aug 8th 2010 11:58AM Am I correct in noting that this article does NOT mention Cannonball Run? For shame, author.
Nov 11th 2009 4:30PM I just got so ripped (in only 10 minutes) that I can barely hear what you're saying.
Aug 28th 2009 4:18PM Your VCR should cover it.
Jun 30th 2009 4:17PM "If you have the ability to install software on your work computer, by far the easiest way to move files back and forth between your home and work computer would be a file synchronizing product like DropBox. But if you don't...."USE PORTABLE DROPBOX!
Jun 22nd 2009 12:12PM oocha mama.
Apr 29th 2009 12:33PM Nuke the prisons!
Mar 26th 2009 12:46PM Neet.
Nov 25th 2008 10:33AM (er - "hits an actual adult, I meant to say... stupid bad guys.)
Nov 25th 2008 10:32AM I'm usually trying to entertain a younger audience with nerdy movies. We've done Tron, WarGames, Sneakers, PeeWee's, Last Starfighter, all the obvious space flicks I can think of, etc. From the foggiest depths of my own childhood I remembered _Cloak & Dagger_ the other night. Got a hold of it in the usual way. It had an 11-year-old in utter and complete suspense. Yes it's cheese, to an adult. No, they'd never make a movie like that these days. (Children on their own in the 'real' world; Henry fires an actual gun and hits an actual child? Not on your LIFE does this movie get made in Helicopter Parent Hollywood.) That's why it worked. Also, as an adult I'm watching it and thinking... they must have made this movie for FREE, with all the tax credits from San Antonio.
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