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Old Jan 29th, 2013, 04:01 AM   #4695
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Re: On the Concept of Irony w/ Continual Reference to Caro, the #1 Sunshine Queen

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Originally Posted by bruce goose View Post
You're so easygoing that I know you won't get upset over the great majority of my smart-ass comments.

The Abraham Lincoln movie was a good story that even people who don't care for the U.S. at all can appreciate.I also saw the Naomi Watts/Ewan MacGregor(or does he spell it 'Mc',without the 'A'?) film,'The Impossible'.It's a touching movie that's based on a true story,and it was very different for me to see ladies' man MacGregor in a humbler role as a grieving father in distress
I'm pretty sure that there are some people I know who would disagree about me being that easygoing.

I just looked it up and it's McGregor.

Those are two movies that I want to see at some point.

Naomi Watts is one of my favorite actresses.
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