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“Disney will be bringing his book, A Day with Wilbur Robinson, to the big screen in 2007 under the title Meet the Robinsons.”
“I hope this public meeting is the first of many. posted by Lucy Foley in Meet the Flockers, audio, clusterflock book club, international, literature | * | 137 comments comments”
“He sleeps fiercely. posted by Kathy Hilen-Smith in Meet the Flockers, pets | * | 10 comments comments”
“Duncan digs his Kong Flyer. posted by Kathy Hilen-Smith in Meet the Flockers, pets | * | 7 comments”
“It feels more like "Look at tough-guy De Niro acting gay!" when we've already seen that kind of comedy in "Meet the Parents/Fockers" and "Analyze This/That" which all play off his tough-guy persona.”
“But this show needs antagonists, and her actions in "Meet Jane Doe" certainly put her in a more villainous role than before.”
“When Obama was asked in Meet The Press this past Sunday, he is so arrogant that instead of saying that he will back Senator Clinton, he said that if he is not the nominee he will back the "democrat nominee", like she does not have a name!”
“I am so shocked to learn from journalists in "Meet the Press" that Hillary actually wants Obama to die.”
“Didn't they kind of already do the baby thing in Meet The Fockers”
“Meet is the least marked – it can be used in most any encounter scenario, including one where two people become acquainted for the first time.”
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