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Comment: Personally I like it when the cat dies (Score 1) 384

by skatull (#44354959) Attached to: The Book That Is Making All Movies the Same

Murphy: I can't believe that just fucking happened!
Rocco: Is it dead?
Rocco: I killed your cat, you druggie bitch.
Donna: God.
Rayvie: What?
Donna: Why?
Rocco: I thought it would bring closure to our relationship.

But they may have something, Boondock Saints was not a hit in theaters, falls in "cult classic" bin. Did make millions on rentals/dvd sales so the studio green lighted the crappy sequel.

Comment: As many as I need, right now I need 21 (Score 0) 502

by skatull (#39174793) Attached to: The correct number of shoes to own:

2 pairs dress, 1 pair casual, 2 pairs western boots (1 dress, 1 roper) 2 pair leather sandals (Birkenstock, Rainbow), 1 pair waterproof sandals, 1 pair running, 1 pair light hiking, 1 pair backpacking, 2 pairs climbing (1 laced, 1 moccasin), 1 pair nordic ski boots, 1 pair alpine ski boots, 1 pair snow boots, 1 pair dive booties, 1 pair in-line skates, 1 pair ice hockey skates, 1 pair cycling shoes, 1 pair rain boots.

Comment: Beyond Mere Correlation (Score 0) 490

by skatull (#35711096) Attached to: Requiring Algebra II In High School Gains Momentum

Both California State University systems (University of and Cal State) have Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II (or advanced Algebra) in the high school subjects required for admission section. Not going to be real successful in those environments without taking Algebra II.

My two cent's, offer more logic, rhetoric and critical thinking in the schools. (and perhaps on the School Board)

Practical people would be more practical if they would take a little more time for dreaming. -- J. P. McEvoy