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Moderately Confused by Jeff Stahler

Moderately Confused

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  1. phil m commented on The Duplex 7 days ago

    But I see a problem when they arrive at the burger joint drive-thru window. Wonder if he’ll try driving up to the window in reverse.

  2. phil m commented on B.C. 10 days ago

    This is a sick one

  3. phil m commented on Rubes 12 days ago

    Sorry, but I’d have to agree with him that text commentary is preferred.

  4. phil m commented on Wizard of Id 12 days ago

    Actually theaters DO MAKE MONEY from showing films. It is done on a sliding scale. The first couple weeks the distributer get most of the money, but then each week the theater chain gets an increasing amount. The longer the theater runs the film the higher their percentage. After 4-6 weeks it could be a 50-50 split and climbing.

  5. phil m commented on Wizard of Id 12 days ago

    I was not talking about movie previews, they are fine. I was saying actual commercials- ads for local companies, or shoes, or airlines, or insurance companies, etc. I will not accept that.

  6. phil m commented on Farcus 12 days ago

    Brilliant!

  7. phil m commented on Off the Mark 13 days ago

    Car pool lanes should be illegal. Taxes paid by the people paid for the roads so they must be open to all !!

  8. phil m commented on Rubes 13 days ago

    I’m still waiting for scientists to perfect the brain wipe device so I can delete bad relationships from memory.

  9. phil m commented on Wizard of Id 13 days ago

    I haven’t been to the movie theater since 2008. Used to enjoy it but no longer. High ticket prices, ridiculous prices at the concession counter, but what finally killed it for me was when they started showing commercial advertisements. I’m much more relaxed sitting at home watching a DVD in the comfort of my living room.

  10. phil m commented on Wizard of Id 13 days ago

    My local Walmart used to offer a huge [about 3 gallon size] bag of fresh popped popcorn near the entrance to the store for just $1. It was the best stuff I ever had, much tastier than the overpriced stuff they sell at theaters.