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Mar 26, 2013

Jen Kirkman thanks Greg for defending her honor once, tells a scandalous story of her prom night, and describes how her best acting is done while drunk.

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  • almost four years ago
    Rooy
    Ne3o reconheci vocea por le1. Estava muito bom este ano. Muita gente, um clima f3timo. Bonita essa meinna, pena que ne3o fotografei.
  • almost four years ago
    Marcos
    I tend to agree with PB Sutherland in many aspects but would like to point out that it's not the prolebm of the zombie culture per se. It is more the prolebm of the internet (meaning everyone can write and be read) and a nonsensical ego driven self help culture which has every wanna-be writer (be it books, comics or other media) do just that write and want to be published.I've read some zombie stories that made me just cry. Sometimes I feel like it's little children writing this stuff. But again, it's not a prolebm of the zombie genre it's a prolebm of the zombification of society.Also a few quick notes:Zombies provide an excellent tabula rasa for metaphores, social criticism etc., and are thus appealing to various authors (I've even seen gay zombie fiction, vegetarianism spoofs )Zombies have been around for nearly 100 years p.s.personally i like it, the more the better more lousy works means more art works! http://fkrgyfl.com [url=http://yuijtd.com]yuijtd[/url] [link=http://thfynrqjg.com]thfynrqjg[/link]
  • almost four years ago
    Grishanov
    Zombies, romantic vamipres, boy wizards, and courtship dramas featuring titles that promise dragons are never ever ever going to run their course. They will come in waves, and when they are the last big thing to saturate our bookshelves and eyeballs it always seems like they have done all they can do. Until they do more.The zombie genre was played out in 1985 when Romero finished his foray into the land of the dead but then 20 years later they came back, and felt really fresh and meaty all over again. We always think nobody can ever tell a different and fresh Zombie/vampire/wizard/lawyer/whatever story, until they do, and then it feels like nothing more can be done.WWZ was amazing, 28 days later was amazing, walking dead is great, Feed was great, and they happened a lifetime after the zombie genre was alreayd played out.
  • almost four years ago
    Andre
    I was wondering if you ever crnisdeoed changing the page layout of your website? Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having one or 2 images. Maybe you could space it out better?
  • almost four years ago
    Neymar
    Hello,I am working on site in wdprsreos, where all the Jobs are pulled from the external jobs sites, such as monster, indeed, simplyhired. jobs are getting published on site randomly. but I need to explode the jobs titles after specific ascii character ” – ” for ex Sales and Marketing Manager – Mortons Steakhouse – San Francisco, CA and extract last jobs Address from the title and call it in location column.Can somebody give me php function or other way for this, the ” – ” is common for all jobs titles published on site.please help waiting….Thanks