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December 22, 2005

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Joan

Arnold looks like one happy cat! And yeah, I know about bad doctors too.

Margaret

Seems like there are a lot of last-minute things that keep coming up! I'd like to stop! LOL Hopefully after today I'll be done, done, done.

Leisel

My husband and I watched the Fantastic Four last night... it was entertaining enough that I enjoyed it. It wasn't on the level of, say, the Spiderman movies, but it wasn't boring. I wouldn't mind watching it again.

Robbyn

We tried to watch 'The Brothers Grimm' but it was so absurdly horrendous that we gave up after about 20 minutes. Sheesh!

On the other hand, I loved 'The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou' so much, I watched it twice. OUt there, odd in more ways than I can count - but fun :)

I know you're going to get your afghan done on time - you're Wonder Woman with a crochet hook!

Nancy

Hey, I think we may have to arm wrestle or something over who's Joss Whedon's biggest fan. I'm pretty sure it's me ;)

Marie

My daughter just bought son "Brothers Grimm" for his birthday - I haven't seen it yet, but she loved it - go figure. Right now I'm working my way through all the Buffy/Vampire Slayer seasons. Just finishing up season 3.

Bron

Nancy - we can share the title. ;)

Robbyn - I'll have to check out "Life Aquatic" - I've heard nothing but good about that one. :)

Marie - "Grimm" seems to be very popular with pre-teen & teen girls, so I'm not surprised your daughter loved it. Might have something to do with the lead actors, too. ;)

Leisel - Yes, someday I'll have to rent it for me. :)

Margaret - I hope things have finally slowed down for you - enjoy your holidays!

Joan - Yes, Arnold definitely has a big piece of "the good life." :::Grin::

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