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  1. Mikki Miller commented on Last Kiss over 1 year ago

    Look! A comic movie poster for Warm Bodies….

  2. Mikki Miller commented on Luann over 1 year ago

    I love Dad’s comment…sounds totally like my husband. And he wouldn’t care that the guy was 8,000 miles away either…he’s STILL in her room.

  3. Mikki Miller commented on Heart of the City over 1 year ago

    I know the Houston Chronicle does…thats where I was introduced to this strip. I own the “Heart of the City” book of strips, too…very hard to find, had to buy it used.

  4. Mikki Miller commented on Heart of the City almost 2 years ago

    It will be interesting to see how Disney handles the continuation of the series…esp considering the books that came out after Jedi. I mean, Han & Leia got married, had kids, Luke did too….

  5. Mikki Miller commented on Heart of the City almost 2 years ago

    I used to work for Toys R Us and Buena Vista was the distributor for their movies. They release them every 4-7 years…then pull them off the market. Guarantees a demand for them. Or it did until Amazon came along….

  6. Mikki Miller commented on Heart of the City almost 2 years ago

    Id rather see Donald decapitate Mickey. I HATE that mouse.

  7. Mikki Miller commented on Heart of the City almost 2 years ago

    If Dean is this crushed by hair dye, breast implants will make him jump off a bridge….

  8. Mikki Miller commented on Heart of the City almost 2 years ago

    I guess sour candy nightmares are supposed to be lame. Spicy food nightmares…now THEMS some messed up nightmares!

  9. Mikki Miller commented on Rose is Rose almost 2 years ago

    My now 15 year old daughter was as bald as a billiard ball until she was two years old. Then it was down to her shoulders in 7 months. She took after my baby sister. Some babies are like that.

  10. Mikki Miller commented on Stone Soup almost 2 years ago

    30s is the best time to have a kid. You’ve already got your ya-yas out, common sense, maturity has kicked in (hopefully) and you’re able to put others before yourself. Not to mention being in a better position financially. I had mine at 32, and not one time did I wish I waited longer.