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    I saw it last night. I thought it was enjoyable but far too complicated for a Disney flick - too many unneeded plotlines going on. Stayed to the end, left wondering why Keira hadn't aged in 10 years and still remained as skeletal as ever even after having popped one out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyn View Post
    I saw it last night. I thought it was enjoyable but far too complicated for a Disney flick - too many unneeded plotlines going on. Stayed to the end, left wondering why Keira hadn't aged in 10 years and still remained as skeletal as ever even after having popped one out.
    possibly because she is an immortal goddess of hotness???

    oops...did I say that out loud?

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    I drove by myself for the first time today it's amazing. I almost became ill, but it as fun. I received a graduation present today from my favorite lunch lady, and I took my Literature final. It was over Sir Gawain and the Green Knight I hope I did well.
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    No way is Keira an immortal goddess. She'd be able to deliver a far better motivating speech whilst standing on the edge of a ship that's circling into eternal doom (or whatever) if that were the case. She needs to eat a few pies if she's going to attain the status of goddess in my book. But she is, yes, shocking beautiful in her bony-ness.

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    Offering my tuppence ha'penny on the subject: Ms. Knightly could quite easily be mistaken for a lanky pre-pubescant boy from many angles.
    There once was a scotsman named Drew
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    Quote Originally Posted by kilted exile View Post
    Offering my tuppence ha'penny on the subject: Ms. Knightly could quite easily be mistaken for a lanky pre-pubescant boy from many angles.
    It'snot so...if you look at the digitally enhanced "Arthur" you know it can't be!

    well...maybe she could stand to gain a few pounds...

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    Sry again...

    I have come to inform you, now, that, while i am still young, am, regrettably, no longer of the "newbie" rank. Some friends cannot be replaced. But dispair not, for i shall not leave you, my freinds and companions who share similar interests and ideals. For i am only considered "apprentice" now.
    TOGETHER FOREVER, PRINCES (and princesses) OF THE UNIVERSE, NEWBIES TILL THE END OF TIME
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    good to see you around #57!
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    It's good to be back!
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    Oh, and Matsiah, if someone takes your picture and inverts the color they will know what you actually look like...just as a warning.
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    yah


    Anyone read "A child called it"? or any other of Dave Pelzer's novels?

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    They are soooo sad... I couldn't think of anything else FOR DAYS!!!
    I wish Dave and his mom at least forgave and forgot.....
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