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    I am so happy that this is still here

    Hey guys! I'd just like to say thanks as well. I just got an email from this board and I haven't been here in ages. The email mentioned that I registered 6 years ago! Wow! Time flies, eh? To be honest I had forgotten about this place, but I do remember it being a great community with some really cool, friendly people . I can't remember the last time I watched Millennium, it's been a few years at the least since I sat down and watched the show. A lot has happened since then and I guess life has other priorities and we need to move on sometimes. But hey, I'm still a fan of the show and still have all 3 seasons on DVD, maybe it's time to dust them off and watch Frank catch some bad guys again. Cheers!
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    Raising Cain

    I love Brian De Palma films but for some reason or another I have never gotten around to watching Raising Cane. Seems like whenever I get an opportunity to watch it I end up doing something else then forgetting about. Well I'm off to the video store shortly and I'm going to see if they have it.
  3. I went last Friday. It was alright but nowhere near as good as the book. I was half way through the book when I saw the movie. I should have waited and finished the book first, but I really wanted to see it. :) The movie stayed fairly accurate to the book but a lot of detail was missing, like all adaptations I guess. As far as the story and the implications of it go, it doesn't really matter to me either way. It's a work of fiction that Dan Brown did a ton of research on in order to form his story in the best way possible. He's a great author in my opinion. The book actually reads faster and keeps you more in tune then the movie does. I found the movie harder to follow.
  4. It's sad to see him go. I've always liked the Andy Griffith show and he was a big part of what made that show so funny. I imagine he lived a fulfilling life and 81 years is enough for anyone. Thanks for the laughs Mr. Knotts.
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    Time Travel

    Ah, this old chestnut. Yeah the Titor tale is pretty interesting. I'm inclined to believe it's false, but it's fun to think it's true. I remember listening to Coast to Coast one night and they were talking about him and the subject came up about the IBM computer he was after. George brought it to the listener's attention that the model Titor was after was selling on ebay. Well that lit a fire and I checked the auction and I think the 70's model junker went for a few grand. Good times.
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    Anyone Got An Xbox 360?

    Yeah I have one. I have PGR3 and Perfect Dark. Gametag is Sanitarium09, add me if you want.
  7. I was going to sell my old sets and get the new ones because I like the new packaging. I'll keep them now that I know they don't have all the features of the old sets. That's a bummer, I hate the old packaging.
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    X-men 3

    Kinda disappointed that Bryan Singer is not directing. I hope this new guy doesn't taint the series with a pile of crap.
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    I just chugged through season 1 on DVD last week. I think it's a great series. I wish I had been able to watch season 2 from the beginning. I hate to start watching a show like this mid-season when I have no clue what's going on. So as much as I hate to wait, it looks like I'm going to have to either wait for the season 2 DVD or download the episodes and catch up.
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    Back By Popular Demand

    1. What DVD is in your Player...........The Right Stuff 2. What CD is in your car........Pink Floyd mp3 disc 3. What book are you reading?...........Nothing at the moment 4. What was your fav. X-Mas Gift?........Logitech G5 mouse 5. What was your New Year Resolution?..............Get a life.
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    Not Unheard Of But Rare

    Anyone seen or read Stephen King's The Dark Half? :)
  12. I just got a 42" Sony rear projection LCD HDTV so naturally it's time to watch Millennium again. I must say the transfers look incredible. I'm really impressed with the way Fox handled the series on DVD, from a technical standpoint. The picture is extremely clean and film like with no grain to be found. It looks better then any other TV on DVD, even shows that were shot last year. I wish season one had been shot in widescreen because 2 & 3 really benefit from the 1.78:1 ratio. Outdoor scenes of the Vancouver setting really look great. One thing I would have liked to see would have been a 5.1 soundtrack. At any rate the stereo sounds very nice. It goes without saying, but if you want to experience Millennium in a whole new way get yourself a 16:9 TV and a progressive scan DVD player. You won't be disappointed.
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    Millennium Dvd Set Price Bargains

    Every once in awhile some stores will have deals on Fox season 1 sets. I got Millennium S1 for $15 at Barnes & Noble.com last year. The other 2 season are difficult to find deals on. I managed to get 2 & 3 on ebay for about $30 each. http://www.dvdpricesearch.com/ is a good site to find the lowest prices.
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    I'd say Pilot as well. It sets the tone for the rest of the show. Of course season 2 strays way off the course set by season 1, but at least in the pilot the viewer would get a good idea of what Frank does and what the show's about.
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    Your Favorite Mlm Moment

    I like The Time is Now moment. Frank's basically at the end of his rope having nearly lost it all. Grey hair, fade to black.

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