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"The Movie Industry" is first and foremost a profit making enterprise. Perhaps we should compare the income generated by passing vs. non-passing movies.

Alternately, instead of looking at the movies that do not pass the test, we should focus on the ones that do.
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I have never read anything that has made me feel so abjectly uneducated. (Note the use of "abjectly" just to make myself feel better. Thank-you.
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Isn't the space between theory and practice a wonderful playground? Everyone can be right. My brother and I have had variations on this discussion for 40 years.
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Dilettantes can do single tricks. Most pros switch from trick to trick because they worry the audience will figure them out or become bored. Cardini's magic is in his ability to do the same trick over and over, keeping our attention while still disguising the trick. Genius.
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eosha is close, but steer manure is the absolute best item to put on the snow. It contain enough natural ionic material to melt the snow on it own and will also absorb sunlight. When it is done, a quick sweeping off of the side walk and your grass is ready for spring growth.
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Luck is when preparation meets opportunity.

Fortune favors the bold.

While it is better to be lucky than good, being both is best.

Sometimes, the luckiest person is just the best scorekeeper.
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Firstly (Is that a word?), this is another excellent article.

Secondly, in some of the accidents, the cost of lost lives *was* included in the expenses. Most notably in the Metrolink disaster. Since none of the lawsuits have settled, the stated amount is only an estimate.
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Holy Shit! The legends are true after all.

Unfortunately, even though Brewer might have solved the greatest mystery of US History, he will likely get more from the book than he ever found in treasure.

Maybe not. If I found millions in lost Confederate gold, would I tell the world? Or would I keep most of it in secret and show only enough to get paid for movie rights?
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This is not a tent. It is more like Les Nessman putting tape on the floor where he thinks his office walls should be. How does putting a visual barier between you and everyone else "express a feeling of belonging and sensuality?"
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