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May 26, 2009

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Anthony

2.3 very Big Ones for a house with no privacy? If I want bears and deer watching me as I go about my bidness (in any form that should take) then I'll build a bedroom/bathroom complex in a zoo and charge money for the spectacle!
And what if I buy the house and discover that Jeffrey Jones is part of the deal? (I'll leave it up to later commentators to finish the implications of this comment...)

pam

Darling, you know full well that you scared away all your would-be respondents years ago. It's only me left, and I can't leave because it's my blog!

I wish I could have written this real estate ad. "As is" does not cut it. Potential buyers deserve to know there's still a wrecked red Porsche at the bottom of the ravine, the answering machines are Cobras, and Ed Rooney occasionally comes around to check for truants.

Anthony

Yes you can. Walk away now and let Sammy and Daisy take uo the burden.
I don't think Ed is checking for "truants" but as this is a (partial) family blog I will fain to say more.
"Cobra" answering machines? As I am the (probably) ONLY human on the planet who has NOT seen FBDO I need a little more detail than that....
So is it too early to start an HP thread? Or--heavy breathing--an Avatar discussion??

pam

What? WHAT?! You have not seen Ferris Bueller's Day Off? I've been making Ferris references to you for nearly 20 years, and you haven't watched the movie? I feel so betrayed now.

No. Just, no. No HP discussion threads, no Avatar, nothing you want, until you make a Very Important Trip To The Video Store. Come back and I'll quiz you to check your comprehension.

Anthony

Ferris fakes an illness, uses a cheesy 80s digital synth to mimic intestinal noises, goes on a series of adventures, ends up in a Chicago parade, crashes his parents very expensive car and evokes the wrath of Jeffrey Jones. Along the way a classic rock song (Chuck Berry or the Beatles) is used to show youthful high spirits. In the end, Ferris learns some kind of lesson about responsibility but the real goal is that he gets the girl (Mia Sara, TERRIBLE in Ridley Scott's "Legend") and proves he isn't gay, and that's all that matters.
At some point a 15 year old boy is compromised and an Irish woman is run over.
Oh sorry, that's real life. My bad.
Bring on Avatar!!

pam

No, no, no. Close but no cigar on the plot. You missed out on so much. To the video store. March!

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