Discussion in 'Political Zone' started by ConcordCowboy, Aug 20, 2009.
I'm too old to be indoctrinated.
Then try some of these...they're excellent.
wackest haircut I've ever seen
I just want to know who that black kid Troy Aikman is holding is.
Also, I completely forgot that Aikman used to have a unibrow before someone told him to take care of it. Soon after, he got married. Coincidence?
You and I have talked over the years many times... and you know I rarely take things personal and we are friendly despite our political differences...
We always have the Cowboys in common... and that makes you a friend of mine...
That being said... I find it ironic that "Lost" is you favorite TV show...
Art imitates life in this instance (politically)...
Congrats man... glad you are around...
Being correct on 3 out of 10,000 is not that great a ratio.
Just messing with you.
Best show on TV.
Darn Ohio Drivers!!!
Actually...Lost is not my favorite show...but it's up there.
Dexter and True Blood are ahead of it.
I think the new Dexter season is next month...along with californication.
To me that game and the post game were one of the greatest moments in Cowboy History.
After the Catch which I still can't watch...everytime the clip comes on I turn away...and then the 49ers going on to all of their success in the 80's while the Cowboys went into a tailspin...to see the Cowboys not only win that game but do it in SF... and then Jimmy's speech...was just one of the greatest feelings I've had as a Cowboy fan.
Love Californication too.
Hey did you see this about Dexter?
John Lithgow has signed on to play Dexter's new serial killer.
The Emmy-winning actor will play Walter Simmons, aka the "Trinity Killer," so named because he murders in threes. Simmons is a mild-mannered suburbanite who shows up in Miami, on the run from FBI Special Agent Frank Lundy. (Keith Carradine returns as Lundy after a season-long absence.) Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) becomes infatuated with the Trinity Killer's methods, and his ability to evade capture for more than 30 years.
Lithgow will appear in all 12 episodes of Season 4, which premieres Sunday, Sept. 27.
I'm surprised you even gave me those 3.
Well hopefully my Buckeyes will be like the Cardinals of last year...
Minus ANOTHER heartbreaking loss.
Something Scipio has no problem reminding me of.
Yes and it sounds pretty good. Lithgow can play a pretty good bad guy.
I was really excited to see him coming on the show.
He does make a good bad guy.
I can't wait.