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June 08, 2009

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Can you build a home-made bomb shelter?

Oh I am so glad I missed Miracle Mile! I was totally the kid kept up at night by the threat of nuclear war...yeah, I wouldn't have slept for months after this...

Great job on these!! You are really awesome at taking us back in time (in a very hilarious way).

Donkies11

Hey - I think Kurt rocks - he does what he does quite well, transfering back and forth between screen and TV appropriately.

(and, no - I'm not his agent)

Josie

I'm loving these flashbacks to 1989 - it was so Goonie of you to ride your bike four whole miles to the theater!

michael pergola

I can't wait to hear what you have to say about "Vampire's Kiss". I watched it for the first time about 10 years ago through a haze of smoke and sat transfixed by Cage's "douchey" performance until the scene just after he survives his secretary's assassination attempt when he runs down the street screaming "I'm a vampire! I'm a vampire! I'm a vampire!" At that moment, jolted to mobility by the realism on screen, I turned to my buddy and said, "That's exactly what I'd do."

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