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Tuesday, 23 June 2009

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John V Willshire

I watched it at the weekend. It really is awful. And there's only one thing worse than an awful film in the cinema. And that's a LONG awful film. Chelsea Clinton was President when we got out.

There's nowhere to hide shit products anymore. Yet people still try. Think of all the advertising money that goes on promoting average-to-poor mobile phones, cars...

Companies of the world; please spend your money on making brilliant things. Amazing things. Then you'll only need to tell a few people once or twice, and you'll have a hit on your hands...

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I watched this movie last night. I think movie is quite good. I really love to watch action movie. According to me, movie was good.

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