Who Knew?

So I was checking my sitemeter stats and found a LOT of visits from Blogathon.org, so I clicked on over and sure enough I was nominated for “Most Enthusiastic” blog. Don’t know who nominated me, but thanks! I can only presume my nomination came from the number of posts I made (which was almost double the required amount) as opposed to content (since we all know that sucked).

Voting is now open (voters can only be folks who participated in the Blogathon). My category competition is fierce, but hopefully I’ll get a few votes nonetheless.

For those visiting from Blogathon.org, my continuous posts about the movies “Taxi” and “Blade: Trinity” as well as the abundant posts about my kids can be found over here (forgive the weird formatting – don’t know why it’s doing that).

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"Taxi" - So Close! on August 6th, 2005

2/3rds of the Way on August 7th, 2005

Halfway And I Missed It! on August 6th, 2005

"Taxi" Update on August 6th, 2005

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  1. I was astonished at my nomination, but I don’t stand a chance – but maybe the odd one will send a vote my way *lol*

    Congratulations, and good luck fellow nominee!

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Who Knew?

For those of you wondering if Netflix has a queue limit I can tell you that it does. 500 movies is the most you can have in your queue at any one time. How do I know this? I hit the limit today. Hard to believe that if I watched one movie a day it would take me a year and a half to watch them all – and that’s only if I don’t add any more movies to my queue ever. And we all know THAT won’t happen. There’s always another movie out there to watch!

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Movie: Ocean's Twelve on September 26th, 2005

Movie: Syriana on September 11th, 2006

Movies: Hidalgo & About Schmidt on September 7th, 2004

Movies: Nicholas Nickleby on December 17th, 2004

Who Knew?

I’m listening to my WinAmp right now and a song by Eden’s Crush came on. Remember them? The precursor pre-fab singing group that beat out Clay Aiken, Kelli Clarkson, O-Town and all those cute little American Jrs. to become the first reality music tv show winners who promptly fell off the map.

What’s even more amazing? They still tour.

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MP3 Update on January 1st, 2007

Latest Dance Craze on March 5th, 2008

AustinEcho on March 31st, 2004

Music Note on December 18th, 2006

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  1. I totally forgot about them. What about the VH1 music reality show “Battle of the Bands” or something like that? Where is the winner of that contest now?

  2. I am no fan of the reality/sing-a-long/make me a star for 12 minutes TV shows; what amazes me is that people actually watched the show(s) and that their 15 minutes of fame has actually lasted 21 minutes

    /$0.02

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