1.This writing ridicules the attitude that even bad things are important. They take something evil and give it a life. They think that people would relate to the thing.
2. “ABC sources reported that the series will transplant the evil black cloud from the island of Lost to the suburbs of Chicago, where it works as a sports radio host.” “So what happens to the monster after it kills somebody and disappears down that ancient temple vent? What kind of life might it have?'" Lorre said. "And what we realized is that audiences really relate to this character and would like to see it in everyday situations, shooting the breeze with buddies at a local watering hole or murdering its son's soccer coach and depositing his lifeless body in a tree.”


He gets excited about everything in life. “I mean, do you know how cool it is to walk around a world that you and your buddy invented?You don’t understand, I’m a freak for the ‘20s – Damon Runyon, speakeasies, gimme a rye and leave the bottle. Everything for three full days was vintage 1920s.

2. Loves to add his own ideas to make it funnier. “This part isn’t: I put my hand up and said, "Wait, Renee. Just wait. (pause) You had me at 'Hello.'" “Wasn’t there a Gilligan episode like that?”


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It would be refreshing, however, if the nominee acknowledged that courts, including the Supreme Court, make law all the time -- and then explain how they do so.” “But we should care as much about who decides these issues as we do about what decision is made.” “There is something profound, but also something superficial, about the debate that occurs every time a Supreme Court justice is nominated.”

2. For the most part I do agree that the debate after a Supreme Court justice is nominated is very interesting. I also believe that those chosen should have the understandint that the Supreme Court not only interprets the law but makes laws by how the decide.

Movie Review

1. Paper Heart-Movie Review
By Natalie Reese
Paper Heart is Michael Cera's career low point. This movie is about a girl on a search to find out what true love is and may find it on the way.
A Chinese girl at the age of about nineteen video tapes her journey across the US asking people what true love means to them. She has never liked anyone and doesn't believe that she will ever fall in love.
Along the way, she stops at a party where she meets Michael Cera as himself. She keeps traveling asking married people and some gay guys how they knew they were really in love. She ends up running into Michael again and they start hanging out. They can't really do anything though because the camera is following them everywhere. They want to document the moment if she starts to really like him and maybe even love him.
Quite frankly nothing in this movie makes sense. You can't tell if this movie is real or not. It is just so bizarre that you can't possibly think it is real and they are just acting, but then they start acting weird. It seems like this can't be a real movie. I don't understand why Michael Cera would be in a documentary when everyone knows who he is.
Paper Heart is not romantic or funny or however you are supposed to take it. It is definitely a waste of time and shouldn't have even been made into a movie.

The cowboy is very religious. “I want to thank the Lord for giving me this opportunity and blessing me with this great fortune,” Wanless said about his staggering windfall. “I will not squander it.” He is very compassionate and thankful for what he has been given.“Having worked extremely hard to help his family make ends meet, Wanless intends to spend his new winnings by repaying the kindness neighbors have shown them and giving some of the winnings to charity.” He also loves animals but seems a little lonely. “Wanless said he confided in his horse Eleanor after learning he'd won the lottery.”

The meeting between Umar Farouk AbdulMutallab and cleric Anwar al-Awlaki took place in Shabwa, about 290 kilometers (180 miles) southeast of the capital, Sanaa, according to Yemen's Deputy Prime Minister for Defense and Security Rashad Al-Alemi.” “A federal grand jury indicted AbdulMutallab Wednesday on six counts, including an attempt to murder the other 289 people aboard.” Those individuals were among 2,000 terror suspects British security agencies currently keep watch over, according to a senior British counter-terrorism source.” “Al-Awlaki's name also surfaced in November when U.S. officials revealed he and Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan -- the U.S. Army psychiatrist accused of fatally shooting 13 people at Fort Hood, Texas, on November 5 -- had exchanged e-mails.” “In that interview, al-Awlaki said he met Hasan nine years ago while serving as an imam at a mosque in the Washington area.”

2. Freedom of the press is very important when getting accurate information. You wouldn’t be able to know how many people were in danger on the plane or even that there was such a big danger.