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Fildelhistoire: RT @PhotosHistos: Rosemary Dexter, David Janssen et Barbara Jefford, The shoes of the fisherman, 1968 #histoire #cinema https://t.co/4aU7Kv…
Posted on 4 September 2017 | 5:59 pm
PhotosHistos: Rosemary Dexter, David Janssen
PhotosHistos: Rosemary Dexter, David Janssen et Barbara Jefford, The shoes of the fisherman, 1968 #histoire #cinema https://t.co/4aU7Kvaxqw
Posted on 4 September 2017 | 5:59 pm
Resolved Question: Know any good vampire
im really into vampires & would like to watch DVDs with vampires in them; so if anyone knows any good DVDs please list them (:
ive got vampire diaries, underworld series & true blood, any others?
Posted on 17 September 2010 | 11:36 pm
Resolved Question: Why do liberals, who make
Meanwhile not giving a thing out of their own wallet to the poor.
Jennifer M. Granholm
John Kenneth Galbraith
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Ron Regan Jr.
Seymour M. Hersh
Start being more charitable and maybe we could take the "spread the wealth" thing more seriously.
Posted on 28 July 2010 | 6:30 am
Resolved Question: How many Democrats voted
Posted on 19 April 2010 | 1:00 pm
Resolved Question: Why do people say that
In December of 2003, Bush still had a 71% approval rating. He remained a popular president all through 2004 and was even re-elected. His approval rating didn't fall below 50% until right around the time Katrina happened, which I never really attributed the blame to him like many seemed to do. After Katrina, of course, his approval rating fell like water out of a bottomless bucket. Still, no one seems to blame the Democratically controlled Congress for anything related to this economic recession, and no one takes into consideration the fact that they have never had above a 40% approval rating. Kansen: Who developed the legislation for the first failed stimulus bill?
Who developed the legislation for the failed massive bailout?
You can blame the one who signed it into law, but how can you hold the developers blameless?
The democrats that took congressional power in '07 ran on a platform of fiscal responsibility, but once they got into office, they behaved like a teenager with a new credit card.
Tell me with a straight face that that didn't affect the economy at ALL. Yes, a sovereign nation under the tyrranical rule of Saddam Hussein. The Iraqi people were much better with him at the helm, weren't they?
Look at the three biggest spikes in his approval. The first was huge, right after 9-11, he went from about a 57% approval to a 90% approval, then right after he declared mission accomplished, he saw a hike in approval. That third hike in approval came in December of 2003 when U.S. special forces captured Saddam Hussein. ROXX: EXCELLENT answer!! Why aren't more people aware of this??
The one thing I don't understand is that I always felt the Bush administration people knew what they were doing, but never explained or "sold" themselves well, which is why their approval rating dropped so fast.
That is probably why Obama's approval rating is still so high, because he "sells" his BS so well.
Posted on 7 June 2009 | 11:59 am
Resolved Question: What are you next Netflix
Devil Doll (1964)
Renowned hypnotist and ventriloquist the Great Vorelli (Bryant Haliday) thrills London with his amazing dummy Hugo (David Charlesworth). But when Vorelli infuriates his mistress, Magda (Sandra Dorne), after seducing a wealthy heiress, he tricks his dummy into keeping Magda quiet -- very quiet. This underrated British horror treat features some spooky images by cinematographer Gerald Gibbs.
The Furies (1950)
Fiery ranch owner T.C. Jeffords (Walter Huston, in his final role) incurs the wrath of his feisty daughter Vance (Barbara Stanwyck) when he gets engaged to rich socialite Flo Burnett (Judith Anderson). But when T.C.'s actions imperil Vance's good friend, she vows bloody revenge. Acclaimed director Anthony Mann's searing frontier drama, set in the New Mexico territories of 1872, finds the fierce Stanwyck at the top of her game.
I always loved Barbara Stanwyck ever since I saw her in Double Indemnity, my favorite film noir film. How can you not love a girl that looks like this and is so tough!
Posted on 6 June 2009 | 9:45 am