It's a spot. It's on the web. It's dead. It's a dead spot on the web.
Well, just remember that no matter where you go, there you are.
you may have... but then, having not seen th' movie, maybe not.
I'm reasonably certain that's not possible.
wherever you go... there you are!you can never have too much Buckaroo Banzai. cheers.
Remember, no matter where you go......you'll have to gear up the return of The Bad Lieutenant's Wife on Monday.
Happy New Year!Now I have that awesome Buckaroo Banzai theme song in my head.
Speaking of awesome BB music:http://tinyurl.com/333jkj(gotta love those BBIs)
I know the line is in both movies, John Vikkitikkitavi, but for some reason I always associate that line with Pigkiller from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.You haven't seen it, John Lemon? You really should, if for no other reason than to watch John John Lithgow chew up the scenery.It's only a recommendation, John Arclight, not a hard and fast rule.Everybody loves the "there you are" line, John Minijon. Am I the only one who feels the compulsion to snarl "It's not my goddamn planet, understand Monkeyboy," at random passersby?Again with the... wait, did you say Bad Lieutenant's Wife, John WP? I must strap on my hat of thinking and prepare to play.Happy New Year to you, John Becks.Awesome indeed, John Arclight. I'll have to download when I get home.
So has nobody noticed that I posted the wrong link, or are you just being polite?
"When are we going home?""Real soon.""How many times do I have to tell you-- it's John BigBoote, not John BigBooty!"
Re: the wrong link-- it was a toss-up between being too polite and saying what the fuck?!
There was a link??I just wanted to talk BB.:)
There you go
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Show off your mighty vocabulary and earn money for the UN World Food Program. It doesn't cost you a dime, and it's already donated a billion grains of rice to the WFP.
She's on TV, you know...
Adopt your own!
Well, you know me.
"It is an open question whether any behavior based on fear of eternal punishment can be regarded as ethical or should be regarded as merely cowardly."
-- Margaret Mead, cultural anthropologist