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December 27, 2007



Can't wait for the "Helvetica" sequal..."Times New Roman - The Blood Feud"

Johnny Socko

"Helvetica" would be a horrible idea for a movie -- if it didn't happen to be about the best font ever created, ever.


Dang it. I totally picked up that movie and put it back twice. I think you might like Broken English with Parker Posie. Slow pace though, something you walk while drinking beer and folding socks.

[ b ] e c k e r

font you bean! i may actually buy that movie and give it to my graphic designer... he's like a font nazi. xoxo, [ b ]

Vic Rattler

Bean you twit, you can set up different queues for different family members.

That way your lists are kept seperate. If she sends hers in first she'll get her next one before you, and vice versa.

Click "add queue" on the queue page just under the search box.


Keep an eye on the "Live from the Artists Den" series on Ovation. Swell Season (led by those two people from "Once") will be on in February or March.

[Disclaimer for everyone else: I work for Ovation. But I'd watch it anyway.]

Tiffiny Whitney

I actually have "Once" at the house from Netflix. I tried watching it the other day when everyone in the house said it was too slow. :( I have to find a good place to watch it....


Fred G.

Don’t tell me you don’t like Singin’ in the Rain. I’m embarrassed to admit it, but it’s one of my favorite movies. The first time I saw it was in a theater and, I’m no ‘mo, but Gene Kelly was pretty cool with all those moves and stuff (Donald O’Connor too). Plus the dude’s name is Gene! And it has Debbie Reynolds, a cute girl who’s now old (just your type)

Emily Alexis

My husband has an unnatural fear of the ocean..mostly serious. This is a problem in our relationship because the ocean is my favorite place to be. He kept putting "Open Water" on our queue, but I kept sneaking on an d deleting it. I've seen the movie, and I just don't really think that is going to help him get over his fear of sea creatures!


I bought "Helvetica" as an Xmas gift for my graphic designer boyfriend. It is kind of a joke item though, since he HATES Helvetica. He is sort of a font Nazi. Personally, I think it would make for an awesome movie and I can't wait to watch it this weekend. This was sort of like Homer buying Marge a bowling ball for her birthday.
BTW...when you buy the DVD, it comes with two buttons: one "I hate helvetica" and one "I love helvetica". Guess which one I get!

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