Tedious, ungrammatical, unoriginal and tasteless crap from someone old enough to know better.
Yee Haw!* hummin' Back In The Saddle agin'I should hope that the writer got the facts straight about how beavers were exchanged for goods and services back in the ol' west..when men were men and sheep were nervous.I received a most delightful fact filled present in the mail today.Superb.Thank You
Thank you, Donn. And thank you.
Ahj yes, the famous beaver trading days of French Canada.
Mmmmmm. It's not often I venture out to the movies but this looks like it might be worth watching.
I don't think my presence here is required
ILTV. Don't be too hasty! Have you seen the script? I think you would be ideal for the part of "husky siren" on page 72a - you don't have any prejudice against Miriam Margolies, do you?
Kiera Knightley, pleaseand in the meantime, I can work on either the "siren" or the "husky" (as long as the latter is not a breed of dog, and the former not to be blue-flashing and more at home on a police car) but not both (I am a woman of limited talents, as you might have picked up by now)your call
I don't think that I have ever picked you up.
the matter is settled then
co starringJamie Lee Curtis as lovable chuckwagon chef 'Cookie', who makes every dish special with an extra helping of loveKat Von D as Little Running Bare, mysterious chief of the Gamahuche tribe, wild and free as the high desertCatherine Deneuve as the worldly owner of the local saloon, Ms. Kitty-tough as nails with a heart of gold, ruling her domain with a ready smile and a loaded hand mirrorand Bea Arthur as Sheriff Seymour Gache, dispensing her own brand of frontier justice with a sharp tongue and a stick of margarine
Can't BELIEVE you didn't cast Leona Lewis in this. She is a H.O.N.E.Yrofl
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