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Trailers, Quotes and a 2005 Tape Tale

Game Night’ TV spot
Yes.

‘Star’ promo
What?

‘I, Tonya’ TV spot
Mmmm.

‘Flush Force’ ad
No.

‘I, Tonya’ TV spot
Hee.

‘Divorce’ promo
No.

‘Save Me’ promo
No.

Gluten & wheat free milk chocolate digestive biscuits - okay.
Dark chocolate Velvet Edition Raspberry & Hazelnut - odd.

Who saw the 1988 ‘Goddess Of Love’ or the 1995 ‘Fair Game’ or the 2010 ‘Fair Game’ or ‘A Life Less Ordinary’?

Anyone read the ‘Batman Forever’ fanfic ‘Waning Gray’? Or ‘The Sentinel’ fanfic ‘Blackout’? Neither were very good. Then there was the ‘Smallville’ fanfic ‘A Handful Of Dust’ which was very over-rated.

Never ate in Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa steakhouse.

‘DenOfGeek’ Quote:
“Visions no one will believe.”

‘The Irish Times’ Quotes:
“Arouse public anxiety.”

“Luminous range.”

“Threw off their own language and took another.”

“I’ll see you damned first.”

“Never satisfactorily explained.”

“Counting my enemies.”

“I’ve done a lot of waiting on stairs.”

‘The Guardian’ Quotes:
“Mad Max dystopia.”

“Sordid little offering.”

“Shoved the man’s hand off his body.”

“Tackled him to the ground.”

“Ruling establishment turned its back on me.”

“Morally vital distinction.”

“Their terrible responsibility.”

“Shift the balance of anxiety.”

“Vassalage.”

“Repellent hinterland.”

“When the inevitable “mentally disturbed” man arrives.”

“Controllers of women.”

“Cater to the male gaze.”

“Diverse notions.”

“Their authority would be questioned by virtue of their gender, stature and clothing choices.”

“Colonial connotations.”

“Cache-sex.”

“Haunted by the idealised versions of themselves,”

“Progress arrested indefinitely.”

“Demolition of the entire romantic myth erected around them;”

“One of them says, almost convincingly.”

‘Totally Dublin’ Quotes:
“Failed upwards.”

“Deliberately set out to annoy.”

“In an aspic of its own creation.”

“Don’t actually want the future.”

‘RTE News’ Quotes:
“Error rates.”

“Difficult to predict consequences.”

“Listening session.”

‘Dr Phil’ Quotes:
“I wish I could just stop shoplifting.”

“Years in prison.”

“Morally wrong.”

“Target rich environment.”

“$20,000 on legal fees and bail.”

“Retail theft.”

‘Overboard’ Quote:
“My children are the spawn of hell and you are the devil!”

‘Sky News’ Quote:
“Expelled themselves.”

‘Deadly Lessons’ Quotes:
“It sure isn’t too safe around here anymore.”

“Who’d kill Tember and Althea and Shama and then try and kill you? Who’s going to be next?”

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Cleared out a tape from 2005. It began with an episode of the long ignored BBC1 show ‘New Street Law’ in ep 2x05 a barrister covers up his BFF’s domestic violence murder of his partner. There is no constant intellectual engagement. Al did murder his partner and it’s shrugged off. Meanwhile there is a rape trial with a very dodgy plotline. No.

There came a ‘Battlestar Galactica’ ep ‘A Day In The Life’ which makes one feel gleeful relief when the boring mess ends.

Then came an ‘X Files’ ep ‘Firewalker’ in which there is outdated tech, Scully is back to work, Mulder yells and this cultivates apathy. There is a porntache and bad acting. Scully has such distain. Leland Orser and Shawnee Smith guest star. Mulder rants about silicon based life. There is another untrustworthy social group. There is no fragile pathos or ambitious scope.

Best Lines:
“Nothing can live in a volcanic interior.”

“Descent team.”

“Too disturbing even for him to understand.”

Then there was another ‘Battlestar Galactica’ ep ‘Dirty Hands’ in which people rant about a union. Nobody behaves impeccably and people have contemptuous attitudes. No.
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