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DVD Tuesday: He Just Wants to Have Sex with You
I'm still angry at how much mileage Greg Behrendt has gotten out of the whole He's Just Not That Into You thingie. Seriously -- this guy is a millionaire because of a fucking phrase! Not only that, but it's a phrase that other people were saying long before this jack-off codified it. It was in common usage for years! It would be like me publishing a book called Who Farted? and suddenly being rich. Don't buy this DVD! Instead, buy Weeds: Season 4 and help honor the American entrepreneur! Looking for a downer evening (or maybe a starting point for the whole "yeah, we should get divorced" conversation")? Revolutionary Road will do the heavy lifting for you.
He's Just Not That Into You
Weeds - Season 4
Revolutionary RoadLast Days of the FillmoreNature's Most Amazing Events
Thrilla in Manila
Une Femme Mariee
The Butterfly Tattoo
While Christians around the world celebrate December 25th as the birth of Christ, more intelligent people venerate the equally significant date of March 2nd because that is the day that God Almighty entrusted the earth with his second son, Ben Roethlisberger. If you want to re-live the awesome, uh, march of God's chosen team to their record sixth Super Bowl win, pick up this DVD today (or just come to my house and we'll watch it on my HD DVR). Are there any people who actively dislike Neil Young's music? He seems bullet-proof to me. I still prefer Raw, but Delirious is a good reminder of the days when Eddie Murphy was actually funny.
NFL Pittsburgh Steelers: Road to XLIII
Neil Young Archives Volume 1 (1963 - 1972) 10 DVD
Every Picture Tells a Story
Eddie Murphy: Delirious - 25th Anniversary
Francis Bacon - A film by David Hinton
Bellydance With Jillina, Vol. 2: Lebanese Pop Choreography
Vintage Vulgarity Volumes 1 & 2
Titillating Tata's, Vol. 7