oscar was american.
why is this linked as a JR Jones review on rotten tomatoes?
i've always found curt schilling's style boorish, not the least of which his political innuendos; his glib condescension extended to players and colleagues alike. his actual analysis of MLB, and the game in front of him, was often lazy and cliche. mendoza is quite humble, and contributes briefly and succinctly. i look forward to her growth as a voice in baseball broadcasting.
cool. so, why isn't anyone praying for an end to world famine, terrorism, natural disasters, and such? surely the magic must extend past marriage problems, yes? c'mon, guys, pray harder and stuff. perhaps you'll need to expand your war room for extra-strength prayers to be realized.
also, it seems like reader's like/dislike system has been "magically" hacked: press "dislike," and "like" value also increases.
well, it seems like its sold out; i couldn't get tix at ticketmaster. go red stars!
while i must admit that sula's snarky, esoteric tone has become nearly exhausting, it springs from the truth he extolls about the glut of trendy, copycat joints which spring up now every 3 months or so, mostly on the city's N/NW side. each one thinking they are better than the last, but not doing the things that make the real leaders shine. case in point, SOAB make a big pitch about "serving late," something that industry folks take keen notice of. turns out, not so much: flat out denied, or made to feel isolated, on two occasions when attempting to order food before 11:30. rootstock will offer you a food menu at 12:59 a.m.(kitchen closes at 1,) without exception.
the website requires a password to access "sources".
i can tolerate the shortcomings of the series so far, with the exception being vince vaughn's dead-eyed, wooden take on the world weary tough guy, frank. i often find myself laughing after many of frank's anachronistic line readings hit with a dull thud.
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