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October 19th, 2006


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11:48 pm - * Entries must be postmarked before Octember 19th, 1951
Has everybody applied to Butt-Numb-A-Thon 8 (or Octobutt-Numb-A-Thon, as the kids are calling it). I have. I just finished my application, and have entrusted it to the care of matt_william, as the organizers of 8BNAT have requested that groups apply together. Hopefully Matt will submit my app along with his rather than deleting it or stealing answers from it. I especially hope he doesn't steal answers from it, because some of my answers are pretty lame (Question 16: "What prop from any film would you like to possess?" Answer 16: "That one guy's finger from that one movie where the one guy loses a bet to the other guy gets his finger chopped off.").

Anyway, little of interest to report... It's been a lot of the same old same old around here. The closest thing I have to an interesting tidbit is that there's an enormous TV on the curb outside. It's the biggest television I've ever seen outside of a showroom or academic setting, and it's been moving from house to house for nearly a week. Apparently the allure of a big TV is so great that it hasn't occurred to anyone that a TV that large sitting on the curb probably has a few problems. It stopped moving a couple of days ago when it rained and somebody kicked in the screen. It's a flat panel, so the screen looks more curved now than broken, but I'm sure close examination would reveal hundreds of very fine cracks.
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Date:October 20th, 2006 02:58 pm (UTC)
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Six points for Holly!

Yeah, that's the movie I was referencing, although that's not the actual answer I gave to that question. And according to Four Rooms, the whole finger-bet thing happens in an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. In Four Rooms they mistakenly say the episode is called "The Man from Rio," but the real title is "The Man from the South." That's six points for me.
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