Hey folks, now that Halloween is over, and Thanksgiving doesn't really have that many great movies associated with it (unless you count Blood Freak en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_Freak ), I wanted to have a Christmas movie-a-thon. I'd personally like to set a date for some time in November, but please, anyone interested give me some free dates, and we can set something up.
Movies for consideration:
How the Grinch Stole Christmas It's a Wonderful Life Home Alone (okay, this is questionable, but Hell, it's Culkinmeister) Disney Christmas Carol (or for that matter, A Muppet's Christmas Carol. I love that movie) A Christmas Story A Charlie Brown's Christmas
Post by Captain Galaxy on Nov 2, 2010 14:20:04 GMT -8
Cause I won't be here in December, douche-bag.
And I bet what you hated the most, is that they identified me as a co-founder of facebook-- which I am! You better lawyer up, asshole, cause I'm not coming back for thirty percent, I'm coming back for everything.
Well, who is, can be, or will be free around Thanksgiving time? I know a lot of us have family functions, but I'm certain that's probably our best bet. If not, please, suggests some times so I can figure something out.
In addition to that, if we really want to do this, let's suggest some Christmas movies as well. Given the limited time we've go, we can probably watch only two or three of them, but options are nice.
Well, I was thinking maybe the day after Thanksgiving, if no one wants to go to the Huntington. On the other hand, if a single day doesn't work out, maybe we can set a side a night, and watch 1 or 2 movies a week during a time that everyone is free? That couldn't be too unreasonable, right? Regardless, please, keep me updated. The more information, the better we can get something to work out.
"For the Fatherland?" "Risking life?" No... Why...? Because we can only drink good tea while we're living. Everybody, let's fight so we don't die.