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In response to: The problem(s) with MOG's catalog

Comment from: Daniel
Daniel

Totally agree with you. Labeling in MOG is terrible. More than 50% of the songs with a featured artist are mislabeled. For example, Reboot The Mission by Wallflowers is scrobbled to Mick Jones. I sent an email to catalog and no response at all. I’m considering dropping the service because of this.

09/27/12 @ 08:28

In response to: Zhena's Gypsy Tea - Ambrosia White Plum

Comment from:
Alison

You make it sound good to me and I’m not a tea drinker. I’m in the market for something to woo me away from diet soda, but I’d have to drink it chilled.

11/28/09 @ 09:50

In response to: 2008 Music In Review

Comment from:
Dustin

Never heard of Collide before, but I just checked them out and can’t say that I liked what I heard.

I consider Celtic Thunder to be a performance group and my list only includes bands. Similarly, I would exclude soundtracks and compilation cds.

01/18/09 @ 18:09

In response to: 2008 Music In Review

Comment from: Molly
Molly

No Celtic Thunder?

01/07/09 @ 13:19

In response to: 2008 Music In Review

Comment from: Alison
Alison

I can’t believe you didn’t mention “Headspin” by Collide!

01/06/09 @ 21:11

In response to: The Dark Knight

Comment from: Nicholas
Nicholas

Wow Molly don’t hold back. LOL. I have to say I loved it. Batman is dark and depressing. It was long, but that gave it a chance to explain and play everything out fully. The only complaint I had was Maggie Gyllenhaal. I hate when different actors/actresses try to play a character already done by someone else. Heath Ledger was amazing. The only scene I could tell it was him was the interrogation scene. I also liked the philosophical aspects of the movie. The constant fight between what we need to do and what we want to do. I honestly believe it was the best comic book movie made so far and one of the best movies I have seen.

07/20/08 @ 22:46

In response to: The Dark Knight

Comment from: Molly
Molly

You forgot to mention the fact that I spent the entire movie with my head burrowed in your shoulder because I HATED THIS MOVIE. Dark and sinister and evil and disgusting. I thought Maggie Gyllenhaal was absolutely terrible. The plot was twisted and confusing and tried to do too much. It was so busy that no storyline or theme was properly developed. The movie just ran through each one in an effort to get to the next point.
One of the worst movies I’ve seen in a long time. I will not be recommending it to anyone, ever.

07/19/08 @ 21:26

In response to: Chayote

Comment from:
Dusty

Good to know.

By the way, I was in Cleveland for about an hour today. Nice city…I guess. I’m now in Natick, MA (suburb of Boston).

07/14/08 @ 21:25

In response to: Chayote

Comment from: Daniel
Daniel

ADD MORE CHEESE!! :D

Also, the fruit does look like a mutated apple.

07/14/08 @ 21:15

In response to: Indiana Jones: 1-3

Comment from:
Dustin

yeah.

They left out that the nightclub in which Indy meets Willie Scott in Temple of Doom was called Club Obi Wan (after Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars).

05/21/08 @ 12:34

In response to: Indiana Jones: 1-3

Comment from: ellen
ellen

oh and this may interest you! maybe?

05/21/08 @ 12:16

In response to: Indiana Jones: 1-3

Comment from: ellen
ellen

i’d been considering seeing these (i thought i was the only one left who hadn’t!!), and now i know i will at least get a chuckle ;)

05/21/08 @ 12:13

In response to: Iron Man

Comment from: Alison
Alison

We just got home from the movie theater. We really enjoyed Ironman. Definitely worth seeing on the big screen!

05/10/08 @ 19:02

In response to: Martian Child

Comment from:
Dusty

I saw this movie a couple of weeks ago and thought it was pretty good, too. I don’t know if I’d give it a 10/10, but it was pretty good.

04/02/08 @ 10:20

In response to: Mr. Bean's Holiday

Comment from: Alison
Alison

Mr. Bean is creepy!

03/26/08 @ 18:16

In response to: Once

Comment from: Alison
Alison

But everyone who has checked it out at the library that I’ve talked to have been unimpressed.

03/12/08 @ 11:36

In response to: Once

Comment from: Ron
Ron

Why I loved it…
1. They made it in 17 days for about $100,000.
2. The music was great (Falling Slowly won an Oscar).
3. The girl’s smile made everything seem wonderful.
4. I thought the story was sweet and in the end it wasn’t predictable.

03/11/08 @ 21:47

In response to: Once

Comment from: Alison
Alison

We saw it on dvd. I thought it was ok, but Ron thought it was great.

03/07/08 @ 11:27

In response to: Simply Simmered General Tso's Chicken

Comment from:
Dustin

I’ve only had Marie Callender’s Stuffed Pasta Medley. It was really good. Most italian frozen meals have pretty gross tomato sauce, but this one was an exception. It had a side of broccoli that was pitiful, but I was filled enough by the pasta.

I have to admit that most of my frozen lunchtime meals are some form of pizza. Today, I have a Hot Pockets Calzone. Other favorites include Stouffer’s Margherita Flatbread and Lean Cuisine Supreme Pizza.

12/28/07 @ 09:12

In response to: Simply Simmered General Tso's Chicken

ellen

i love that you do reviews like this! this is the stuff i wanna know!!

lately i have been trying to bring some prepared lunches to work with me so i can take a 30 minute lunch and go home at 4:30 (which ends up making a WORLD of difference to my day!). josh and i both tried out a couple and my favorite brand of dinner has been Marie Callender’s. have you had these? i’d like to know your thoughts :)

12/27/07 @ 16:25
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