@Toe... I saw that one earlier today, and I was also... intrigued. In several ways.
2014-03-28 23:39:18Toe (user)
I am in a word... intrigued.
2014-03-28 20:53:0954 (user)
Plaxico Burress took a gun to a New York Nightclub and look what happened there!!! Guess it just depends who takes what where
2014-03-28 20:25:41BackInBlack60 (user)
@P69- Hilarious albeit tasteless! But been trying to ignore most of the Pistorius thing.
Ummm... Seems like Robert Blake took his gun to a restaurant in town too, but left it in a Dumpster I think? O.J. took a knife and gloves and pair of Bruno Maglias to town, even though the gloves don't fit.
How'd we get here from lovely Evangeline Lilly? Oh, I know... my incomprehensible and senseless rants. Sorry. Sometimes in my mind, I just get... um.. "LOST"--->
2014-03-28 20:07:52Pinchy69 (user)
It's a tough one BIB...I mean you just have to look at Oscar Pistorious. He took his gun to a restaurant in town...look what happened, so he left his gun at home under his bed...not such a crash hot idea either.
Motto might be here that we're screwed either way. He went home hungry without even a leg to stand on.
2014-03-28 19:57:54BackInBlack60 (user)
@Pinchy- He musta changed his mind because he also said (with a little help from Trent Reznor): "I will make you hurt."
But Kenny Rogers said: And if I could move I'd get my gun And put her in the ground Oh Ruby Don't take your love to town
OK, so exactly what *can* we take to town???
Still don't think I'm any *worse* than a few other resident ranters here!
2014-03-28 18:35:49Pinchy69 (user)
@BIB...some things, rants included are better out than in, but then was it Mr Cash who once said "Don't take your guns to town, son Leave your guns at home
Don't take your guns to town."
But then he didn't end up to well now did he, so I'd say rant on Billy Joe :)
2014-03-28 13:43:56BackInBlack60 (user)
@Rufus Wright> ...she doesn't even wear close to an 11. People are getting out of hand with these made up shoe sizes on this site.
To the first point, she does in fact wear size 10/11 US, and probably has to go to 11 in certain brands or styles, because 10½ is very hard to find and not even made by some companies. While I've seen "8" on a few sources, that is either UK size or just wrong based on someone's guess. Her size is well-documented as 10/11 in several places, but the most credible source is Time Magazine:
To the second point, [rant warning] What's "out of hand" is the *guessing* about it. Angus was initially happy when the size and nationality fields were added, and dutifully, enthusiastically began researching and adding those. Then certain users began rudely arguing over them on the comment walls and worse, trolls & vandals began using them as another source of 'amusement' by changing them to size 4 or size 13 and 'Antarctica' as a nationality. Now it's just become another source of irritation (yeah, I know 'like me and my senseless diatribes/rants.')[end rant]
2014-03-28 09:32:34Rufus Wright (user)
God... this guy who is obsessed with saying she wears a size 11 shoe when she doesn't even wear close to an 11. People are getting out of hand with these made up shoe sizes on this site.
2014-03-03 17:00:13BackInBlack60 (user)
@Hate - Ah, the old 'burrito in the boot' trick! I was laughing about that as I brushed my teeth this morning. Dunno what part of the world you're in, but 'back in the day' (late 70s) Jack in the Box was 24/7 and had some truly awesome deep-fried burritos; we used to go about 2am on study breaks and get some! They still have the best (deep-fried) tacos AND on their value menu 2/99¢, but sadly the burritos have been gone for decades.
2014-03-03 16:56:09Lawrence2 (user)
@Hate, that is the best thing I have heard in awhile. You're lucky you are male or some of us might REALLY like that comment. LOL
2014-03-03 11:03:08Mr Hate (trusted uploader) - rated (beautiful feet)
@ Angus...Back in the day I always stopped by Taco Bell to buy some burritos to stick down in my boots before entering the movie. I'm sure everyone wondered where all that onion smell was coming from.
2014-03-03 01:29:04BackInBlack60 (user)
@AR - I never liked 'em, and they're sort of a dying breed, but they can still be found here and there. Still had one in the small town in the south where I lived, and I think there's *one* in like a 50-mile radius here in the big big city too.
2014-03-03 01:23:39dogtrash (trusted uploader)
Definitely the sort of place I will want to visit while visiting the US. @Bib - lol. The feet... are in this lovely Lilly.xd
2014-03-03 01:21:08Anonymous Rex (trusted uploader) - rated (beautiful feet)
That reminds me. I haven't been to a drive-in since the early 80's. That would be really fun to do again.
2014-03-03 01:20:51BackInBlack60 (user)
C'mon, guys, quit. 54, I think you made your point. Too much is never enough, huh?
To paraphrase the late Clara Peller from the classic 80s Wendy's advert: "WHERE'S THE FEET???"
2014-03-03 01:18:27BackInBlack60 (user)
@AR - There's some chain that has a sit down restaurant that shows the movie in front. There was one of 'em in Dallas, and a few other pockets in the U.S. but I forget the name right now.
2014-03-03 01:07:49Anonymous Rex (trusted uploader) - rated (beautiful feet)
There are some theaters near Boston that have full on restaurants and fast food joints in them. You get your grub on while watching the movies.
2014-03-03 01:00:58dogtrash (trusted uploader)
Oh and perhaps the only cool thing about where I come from is the fact that it's really ok to take snacks into the theatres, without having to hide them. Once I even ate a pizza there that I bought somewhere else, and I always buy my Coca-Cola at the supermarket.
2014-03-03 00:58:36dogtrash (trusted uploader)
@BackInBlack - LOL at the "Please, people, if you brought any alcohol or illegal drugs here with you tonight, leave them in my car!". Even though I don't really like 3D I feel really bad for not having watched Gravity in 3D, with all sole shots from Sandra Bullock. XD