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  • Leaving is hard every time and in a way I am kind of glad.

    From A Distance | Her Bad Mother

  • Leaving is not “cutting and running,” but rather recognition that this is a failed experiment, based on a false hypothesis and that no matter how much we try, or how much of our youth we sacrifice or our capital we expend, we will fail.

    Think Progress » Hagel: The Iraq War Is ‘An Absolute Replay Of Vietnam’

  • Leaving is hard – I just got back from a week away from my son.

    Loose Ends | Her Bad Mother

  • Leaving from the Romanian air force base, helicopters landed on a mountain three kilometers from the crash site, and teams from 669 hiked to the wreckage using ropes to repel down the steep ravine.

    JPost.com - Front Page

  • After being frustrated with the media coverage and general reception of the Edmonton Arts Council's Art of Living report, which outlined how to best secure the future of the arts in Edmonton-including how to keep artists from moving away from our fair burg-Waldron-Blain created a game called Leaving Edmonton, which includes cheeky hat-tips to the real reasons that artists leave Edmonton, rather than what was outlined in the report.

    Vue Weekly

  • He's Corduroy as Nicolas Cage in Leaving Las Vegas.

    Finding Amanda, losing Matthew Broderick

  • He's Corduroy as Nicolas Cage in Leaving Las Vegas.

    Lance Mannion:

  • It’s a great little read, and leads to some exciting events, but the last thing I, or any other comic/film fan wants, is Tony Stark in Leaving Las Vegas.

    Iron Man 2 – Whiplash Revealed! « Giant Killer Squid - Film, Comics, News, Reviews and more

  • The forced anal scene in Leaving Las Vegas was still the only time I’ve felt comfortable with a boner in front of my mom.

    HAMLET 2 TRAILER: ROCK ME SEXY JESUS

  • Even while his fine eye picks up the subtle, brilliant costuming in Leaving Las Vegas (1995) and even while he neatly dissects the rigor and wit of The Queen (2006) and praises mightily Magnolia (a 1999 film that has grown even more in his estimation since the most recent edition of the Dictionary) and You the Living (2007), the evidence is in the reader’s hands:

    The Reel Thing

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