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Jennifer Dittrich
Is the MLS schedule hampering LA traveling support? - LAG Confidential -
"On Wednesday, the 2015 season schedule was unveiled, and almost immediately, there was an uproar among LA Galaxy Supporters on social media about the timing of key away games. I talked to Brownie, a prominent Angel City Brigade member, to see what the fuss was about. "Supporters get mad every year," he says, "because MLS gears their scheduling towards the TV networks and not the fans." At the heart of the conflict is what fans see as crucial away games that the schedule makes it near impossible for fans to travel to. "LA vs San Jose in the new San Jose stadium is on a Friday," he snarled. He also complained about both the RSL and Vancouver away games falling on a Wednesday. "Really it breaks down to taking time off of work. Some people just can't do it for Wednesday games and you don't want to feel rushed if you're flying out to a different state [for a Friday game]." He pointed out that scheduling like this makes it especially hard on West Coast fans, since, unlike the East Coast,... more... - Jennifer Dittrich from Bookmarklet
"Now some fans around the country may not buy these excuses, as Portland and Seattle seemingly always show up in huge numbers when they come to LA, and yet, the fan bases are different. For one, both Portland and Seattle are popular, trendy MLS 2.0 clubs, and as a result, many of their traveling supporters are locally based. When Seattle comes to LA, a lot of that support you are seeing... more... - Jennifer Dittrich
I'm surprised LA doesn't have more of a national following given how successful they've been. - John (bird whisperer)
I think they have more of a one than he's allowing here (I'm just chuckling at the whole 'trendy' commentary, because that presupposes that most of these people are bandwagon jumpers, as opposed to people from those areas who have migrated over time.) If anything, dividing the user base does a disservice, given that I know at least the ECS is already having some lively discussions about this (and I assume that the Timbers Army is as well.) - Jennifer Dittrich
Yeah, that "trendy" comment raised my eyebrow. The PNW has been arguably the most consistent soccer hotspot in North America for the last 4 decades at least. Fans budget their travel funds and any time off they have to make those road trips, PLUS they maintain a loyal contingent of local fans in the other cities, as mentioned in the article. - vicster
PNW support is undeniable.Down here in LA we prefer to count championships over pep rallies. One reason for lack of a national following is once you're in So Cal you don't leave So Cal so fans not spread all over the country like Boston or NY fans who do anything to get out of those god forsaken cities. - Steve C Team Marina
It feels like areas where soccer has always been big /and/ that participation hasn't been focused primarily on La Liga, you've got people across the country who have been fans of the local team for a while. If Seattle had been in the first wave of MLS teams, I would have attended any matches close to DC when I lived there. - Jennifer Dittrich
And, really, it's just a PITA to travel as a west coast team supporter. Everything is far away for LA folks right now, and it isn't exactly close for anyone but Portland and Vancouver here. - Jennifer Dittrich
Mary Carmen
The best thing about puking in the shower is not having to clean it up.
:( *gentle hugs* - Sir Shuping is just sir
way to be glass half full. take care - Steve C Team Marina
Oh, MC, I wish this pregnancy was easier on you. :( - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
holly #ravingfangirl
#TEAMNOPE RT @shelnew19: Ugh "@geekandahalf: Bite Back At Bad Cholesterol: Eat An Avocado A Day - :((("
#TEAMNOPE RT @shelnew19: Ugh "@geekandahalf: Bite Back At Bad Cholesterol: Eat An Avocado A Day - :((("
I can do that. - Eric - ill subliminal
Oh man, I haven't been this excited about health news since I discovered Sprees are low in calories if you don't eat the entire package in one sitting! - Zamms
Woo! - lris
That leaves more for me! - Spidra Webster
I guess you won't want to take a ride in my avaCARdo. - Julian
I'd rather have the heart attack - Steve C Team Marina
i'll take the cholesterol. - holly #ravingfangirl
I'll take Holly's avocados - ellbeecee
Fine... we can share... - Julian
I'm with Steve and julio. - Jenny H. from Android
Steve C Team Marina
In a first, the Golden Gate Bridge will close for the weekend - LA Times -
In a first, the Golden Gate Bridge will close for the weekend - LA Times
"The bridge will be closed for 52 hours from 12:01 a.m. Saturday to Monday morning while crews install a new, movable median along the bridge. The barriers allow new, huge "zipper trucks" to change the number of northbound and southbound lanes with traffic flow – a safer alternative to having a person hang outside a truck picking up and dropping off orange pylons, which was the old method." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Sounds like a traffic nightmare this weekend - Steve C Team Marina
Just got home from the city. Last barrier-free day! - Anne Bouey
Andrew C (✔)
RT @tomhaberstroh: LeBron has already played more career minutes than Andre Miller. On the NBA's rest issue: [in]
RT @tomhaberstroh: LeBron has already played more career minutes than Andre Miller. On the NBA's rest issue: [in]
More then AC GReen is more impressive to me since AC never missed a game - Steve C Team Marina
Andre Miller is 38 and has played 16 seasons, same as AC... (Also, I looked it up on Wikipedia and AC did miss three games in his second season) LeBron is only in his eleventh season. - Andrew C (✔)
Steve C Team Marina
Anti-vaccination update: How the measles crisis struck Disneyland - LA Times -
Anti-vaccination update: How the measles crisis struck Disneyland - LA Times
"This looks like another artifact of the rise of the anti-vaccination movement. The Disneyland cases undermine the anti-vaccination argument that leaving children unimmunized affects only those who haven't received shots. They show how a single unimmunized carrier can spread disease into the larger population, especially individuals who can't be vaccinated because of age. As my colleague Emily Foxhall reported, the Department of Public Health believes that a single unimmunized visitor to Disneyland or the adjacent California Adventure Park in Anaheim from Dec. 15 to Dec. 20 was the source of the latest outbreak. The infection then spread to patients in Pasadena, the counties of Alameda, Orange, Riverside and San Diego, and Utah, affecting children as young as 8 months. Of the victims, one had received the standard two doses of the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine. Two San Diego county siblings who were exposed at Disney may have later spread measles to people who were at the Parkway Plaza Mall in El Cajon on Dec. 29, the CDPH says." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
"As the public health agency observes, measles was judged to be eliminated in the United States in 2000. But recent outbreaks in Europe, Pakistan, Vietnam and the Philippines can be brought to the U.S. by unvaccinated travelers. "Disney and other theme parks in California are international attractions and visitors come from many parts of the world, including those where measles is... more... - Steve C Team Marina
Oh my. Just found out on Facebook that a close acquaintance of mine lost his newborn son within hours of his birth. He and his wife were so looking forward to having a child. As far as I can tell, they didn't really have any indication that the baby would be unhealthy. So sad for he & his wife.
There are no words :( - joey
:( - rönin
I can't even imagine what he's going through. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Heartbreaking :o( - Melly
Christina Pikas
aw man. next house over was foreclosed and is standing empty. it's supposed to be "winterized" but water is pouring out of the walls - literally. I'm guessing sprinkler piping burst over the upstairs. I called the company but they've got to be losing hundreds of gallons of water. and all the new carpeting the company put into it.
Yikes :( - Jennifer Dittrich from iPhone
Ouch. =( - rönin
:( Do you know how/ where to turn the water off at the street? - Steve C Team Marina
I'd have to scrape away snow, pull off an access thing and stick something down there to do it at he street. Husband thought he could get in and I asked when I called and they said not to - Christina Pikas from iPhone
Victor Ganata
"'Today is the day of days, the door will be held, fellow factions gathered here, the absence of events Gezhu Please also avoid the old lady went to Compass House met again another day.' Milky Way look dignified elderly, said submissively." — more comment spam on my blog
That's good advice. - Stephen Mack
I thought this was going to be a Google Voice transcription of a voice mail message. - Steele Lawman
Thought it was from a NY Best Sellers list book. - Micah
Victor Ganata
Maybe I'm overly pessimistic, but any solution to antibiotic resistance is likely to be temporary, because "life—uh—finds a way."
Especially once it gets put into soap, cleaners, surfaces and every other damn thing. - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
I blame the frogs. - Steve C Team Marina
That said, it's probably going to be a while before we start getting teixobactin-resistant bacteria because from what I can tell from the molecular structure, it's unlikely it will get absorbed intact through the GI tract, meaning that it must be administered intravenously, so that will probably limit how often it will be administered. - Victor Ganata
The way they discovered it is probably the bigger breakthrough: they can now grow previously unculturable bacteria and they can even more rapidly screen bioactive molecules for desired activity. - Victor Ganata
As an aside, teixobactin is also only active against Gram-positive bacteria—while it will undoubtedly be deployed for methicillin-resistant and vancomycin-resistant Staph, the greater scourge (at least in terms of ICU mortality, anecdotally speaking) are Gram-negative bacteria, which we still haven't discovered any new antibiotics for since the '90s. - Victor Ganata
We're life too. - Todd Hoff
Sure, but life is an ongoing arms race as far as multicellular organisms versus pathogenic bacteria is concerned. There is no magic bullet. There is no ultimate cure. - Victor Ganata
We're life, too, but bacteria don't have an anti-science GOP holding them back... - Spidra Webster
The anti-science sentiment in the U.S. definitely doesn't help, but from what I've been told, the biggest reason big pharma hasn't been researching new antibiotics is because antibiotics aren't profitable, even though big ag abuses massive quantities of broad spectrum antibiotics. #capitalismFTW - Victor Ganata
Well, maybe Big Ag should chip in, then. - Andrew C (✔) from Android
You would think big ag would, but since they just feed livestock antibiotics willy-nilly, they tend to use the cheaper off-patent stuff. Plus, inserting IV lines into livestock to administer newly-patented brand name antibiotics is cost prohibitive :) - Victor Ganata
Victor Ganata
"Sure enough, Heavenly disciples were in the golden bear the brunt of one reel signed his name, and left a drop of blood, sperm, and then they have of flying into the sky, not into the temple into two messengers behind the door." — comment spam on my blog
So it is written so it shall be done. - Steve C Team Marina
Women find 5 1/2-foot long snake in toilet -
Women find 5 1/2-foot long snake in toilet
"Two women in San Diego discovered quite a surprise in their downtown office building Tuesday: a 5 1/2-foot long Columbian Rainbow Boa in the toilet. "I went to use the bathroom yesterday, and I noticed that the water levels were higher than they usually are," Stephanie Lacsa, a co-founder of Vertical PR and Marketing, told USA TODAY Network. Lacsa used a plunger on the toilet. When the water level started going down she peered in and spotted the flicker of a tongue and a snake head. "I thought, 'No way this is possible. My eyes are deceiving me,'" she said." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
When I moved to Concord, I found a Rosy Boa in my dishwasher when I moved in. I decided to keep her. She was only a little over a foot long, though. - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
More surprising then the snake is that her first instinct at her place of work was to grab a plunger and try and fix a toilet problem herself. Kudos. - Steve C Team Marina
Usually the janitors keep them locked away. :-) - bentley
DB, Lil LB's Dad
It's disheartening being accused of of being untrustworthy when you've done nothing to warrant it. May have to start looking for a new job.
Damn. So sorry to hear. - MoTO: #TeamMarina from Android
Ugh, that's awful. - Anika
Ew. That sucks. - SAM
Aw, no. :-( I'm really sorry about that, DB. - vicster
Sorry. - bentley
My team lead informed me that our manager had approached him about the possibility that I was lying on my time card. Apparently he saw me enter the building yesterday at a time much later than my normal start time. - DB, Lil LB's Dad from Android
what? dang. I hope it gets sorted without incident. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
Unbeknownst to him I've started taking walks around the compound around 10 everyday. My new job is very sedentary so the physical activity is nice. I guess he didn't see me leave but saw me come back in and assumed I was just getting there since I was all bundled up (what with it being cold and all). I guess when he saw me leave at my normal time (I waved at him in the hallway for... more... - DB, Lil LB's Dad from Android
I feel like I'm paying for the sins of my predecessor. He was unreliable and a bit shady. I was told thee paperwork was being put in to transition me from a contract position to full time a few weeks ago. This makes me wonder if that's in jeopardy now. - DB, Lil LB's Dad from Android
Sorry DB :( - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
:( - Micah from FFHound!
#derrickhrm - 1) a. is your daily constitutional within work guidelines? b. is your team lead cool with what you're doing? 2) has your team lead indicated that he/she will inform your manager of your daily constitutional? I'd answer those questions before I looked for a new job. (not that you asked :) ) - MoTO: #TeamMarina
Not cool. :-( - YvonneM
Going for walks/doing physical activity during the work day is encouraged here. It's a health insurance company and wellness is the new buzzword in the industry. Lots of folks do it including my team lead. He vouched for me and said he had squashed it with our boss but basically said watch your back. I'm not preparing to leave but this definitely has my antennas up. I'll be more guarded now. - DB, Lil LB's Dad from Android
That sucks. People who've been burned by someone in the past often interpret things in ways that look like other people are about to burn them, too. I hope your team lead was successful in allaying those unfounded suspicions. - Spidra Webster
Ah. My bad. You're a grown ass man doing it the right way. I should have known. I completely relate. - MoTO: #TeamMarina
I'm not really sure why this hurt my feelings so much. I guess it's because I consider myself an honest person and know I didn't do anything wrong. Couple that with my nervousness about getting on as an FTE (and getting benefits!) and I guess I'm a bit on edge. - DB, Lil LB's Dad from Android
Having someone with doubt in their mind, that sucks. I've been there. Sorry man. I hope it all blows over. - Eric - ill subliminal
DB, I am very sorry to here this I have been there,God have something better for you and you will be very happy than you have been in a long time,God Bless:)))) - Marvin Whitehead Jr
Thanks Marvin. That's the thing. I feel like this is the job. It's not exactly my dream job but it's the best job I've ever had and is perfect for me at this point in my career. I'll keep doing what I'm doing. The folks I work with daily are pleased with my work. Hopefully my manager will eventually realize what an asset I am. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
That's unfortunate. :( Hope your manager's misconceptions are cleared up soon. - Jenny H.
Steve C Team Marina
Report: Cavs agree to acquire Mozgov from Nuggets for 2 1st-round picks -
Report: Cavs agree to acquire Mozgov from Nuggets for 2 1st-round picks
"The Cavaliers are in advanced discussions to acquire Timofey Mozgov from the Nuggets, according to Marc Stein of ESPN. The return for Mozgov is said to be two future first-round picks. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting that the deal is agreed to in principle and confirms that two first-round picks is the bounty for the Russian." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
That's a lot to give up for Mozgov. I guess they are desperate for some low post defense with Varejao going down. - Rodfather
Steve C Team Marina
Anyone playing that God of War - Fire Age game? Downloaded it when ill all break. Still not sure what I'm doing as the game tips/instructions button is dead on the kindle fire.
Come on you gamer people i am trying to relate. :) Though based on the many comments about Percy Jackson books in the scrolling commentary on the game I think the fanbase is 12 years old. - Steve C Team Marina
Those games are way too addicting. I'd suggest uninstalling it. :p - Rodfather
I'm addicted to clash of clans. It doesn't help that I just joined my brother's/nephew's clan. - Rodfather
Yes i think in this game i need a clan/alliance to survive which is unfortunate as i don't like people. - Steve C Team Marina
Mary Carmen
I want a duck.
what type of duck? - Sir Shuping is just sir
I don't care. They are all adorable. - Mary Carmen
Duck's float, you know what else floats? - Steve C Team Marina
rain. apples. very small rocks. - ellbeecee
witches! witches float! - Sir Shuping is just sir
Why a duck? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I just saw baby ducks on Sesame Street. - Mary Carmen
"Cute? Baby ducks are cute, I HATE cute!" -- Annie Savoy - Julian
Not gonna lie; it’s kinda hard to see people post their 17-month-olds recognizing & saying letters when K at 22 months barely says anything.
That's understandable. I wish i had advice but i am a full year behind you in the little person raising department. But I'll pay attention to any tips and tricks you get. - Steve C Team Marina
All I'll say is that every single child I've ever met has been very different from every other child, and they all learn different skills at different times. I agree it's hard, but you just gotta let K do her own thing at that age. - Stephen Mack
Also be aware of the "Facebook effect" where everyone's lives look better than they really are on social media. The same goes for kid development because people are more likely to post about the surprisingly good things than the surprisingly bad things, so everybody's kid looks smarter/prettier/ahead than they really are. Social media will give you a warped goal to live up to. - Brian Johns
Good point, Brian. Once in a while people post about the problems they're having with their kids looking for advice, but I'm sure a lot of it doesn't get posted. We're pretty open, but we still definitely tend to focus on the positive/cute things. :) - Jandy
i can't remember at this point, at what age the kidlet really started speaking, but she spent many, many months just making sounds. You could tell she was trying very hard to tell you something, but didn't yet understand how to speak English. Now, at 11 years old, I can't ever get her to shut up. :P - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Karina’s method for eating bread: carefully gnaw off all the crusts, then smash the whole rest into her face-hole.
Sarah G.
RT @andrewducker: The connection between depression and inflammation is fascinating
RT @andrewducker: The connection between depression and inflammation is fascinating
So if people with depression show classic sickness behaviour and sick people feel a lot like people with depression – might there be a common cause that accounts for both? The answer to that seems to be yes, and the best candidate so far is inflammation – a part of the immune system that acts as a burglar alarm to close wounds and call other parts of the immune system into action. A... more... - Steve C Team Marina
The good news is that the few clinical trials done so far have found that adding anti-inflammatory medicines to antidepressants not only improves symptoms, it also increases the proportion of people who respond to treatment, although more trials will be needed to confirm this. There is also some evidence that omega 3 and curcumin, an extract of the spice turmeric, might have similar... more... - Steve C Team Marina
Wow. What a turnaround by the Steelers!
Guess it was a 360 - Steve C Team Marina
Yeah, that didn't last long at all. Oops. - Miriella from Android
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
Because my pub loves me, they put on #PBRBAL instead of football so I could watch it. @PBR #tipyourbartenders #athensga
Pabst Blue Ribbon? - Mike Nencetti
OMG! The PBR just favorited this tweet. THE PBR just starred a tweet of mine! I rule the world! - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Prof. Bull Riding? - Joe
They just tweeted at me! The fucking PBR just fucking tweeted at fucking ME! Ahhhhhh!!! - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Peanut Butter Reeces? - Mike Nencetti
Stawp. Let me have my moment please. This matters to me whether it seems ridiculous to you or not. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
sorry. I fav'ed your tweet too. - Mike Nencetti
Too funny. When the football game ended, they just went ahead and put the bull riding on the main tv too. I just took over the pub entertainment. Trying not to let it go to my head. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
I seriously didn't know. PBR always reads as Pabst Blue Ribbon to me. But I followed the Twitter acct to see what it stood for. - Spidra Webster
So it was bull riding? Interesting that would have been my fourth guess I think. Very cool though that's great your love loves ya back! - Steve C Team Marina
I can't even fathom what is happening right now. Folks in the pub are now watching and asking me about the score and what's going on. It is a surreal moment. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
I love PBR! That's so cool. - Heather
#coincidence One of my Occupational Therapists here in MN does some medic work with PBR I "think" National Finals in Vegas was her last gig - WarLord
No way! One of my goals in life is to get to the finals in Vegas one year. It would be epic. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Also, in case anyone is wondering, we're rooting for Ryan Dirteater, sponsored by the Cherokee Nation. He will take it someday. Maybe even get rookie of the year this year. He's got a lot on his shoulders, because it would mean so much for him to place in the finals, on so many levels. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
Man I am a sucker for a man wearing chunky bracelets. Remember when ID bracelets were a thing? That almost killed me.
Chunky, the kid from Goonies? - Steve C Team Marina
the square chocolate bar! - Big Joe Silence
The kid in goonies was Chunk. I don't know about the chocolate. Get with the program, gentlemen. I'm talking about man jewelry. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Steve C Team Marina
Various Artists: Here's the Metal - December 2014 - Music on Google Play -
Free 13 Metal songs - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
hmmm... - Anne Bouey
Andrew C (✔)
Since everyone is rediscovering "Friends" (the TV show), let me save you some time. You're not a Monica or a Joey, etc. We're all Gunthers.
No we're not; Gunther is a millionaire many many times over from royalties after syndication. - Steve C Team Marina
Oh, we're definitely not the actor who plays Gunther. - Andrew C (✔)
laura x
Next up, I may be about to flood my basement. Stay tuned!
Um good luck? - Steve C Team Marina
Indoor pool, yay! - Amit Patel
I did not flood the basement. - laura x
such a tease - Meg VMeg
Steve C Team Marina
2 Year Old Boy in shooting 'unzipped' special purse gun pocket -
2 Year Old Boy in shooting 'unzipped' special purse gun pocket
"Concealed weapons are part of everyday life in Idaho, and that's unlikely to change in the Mountain West state despite a shocking accident in which a 2-year-old boy reached into his mother's purse, got ahold of her gun and shot her in the head inside a Wal-Mart. Veronica J. Rutledge, 29, was shopping Tuesday morning with her son and three nieces in Hayden, Idaho, when the small-caliber handgun discharged one time, killing her. Terry Rutledge, Veronica's father-in-law, told The Spokesman-Review that the boy unzipped the special gun compartment in the woman's purse where the weapon was kept while she was looking at clothing." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Gah. :( - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
I went to that very Walmart on our road trip the past summer - it's near the Silverwood amusement park. Frightening. - Micah from FFHound!
Steve C Team Marina
New Connection Between Red Meat And Cancer -
New Connection Between Red Meat And Cancer
"Scientists have discovered what they believe to be the connection between red meat and cancer, which have long been linked by researchers. A team of scientists from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) discovered this week that red meats including beef, pork and lamb contain a sugar that's created naturally by many other meat-eating animals but not by humans. The sugar identified in the study, dubbed Neu5GC, caused tumors in mice genetically engineered to not produce the compound in a lab study conducted by the researchers. The results help provide a level of groundbreaking understanding about the cancer-causing effects of red meat consumption by humans." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
so chicken and fish are still semi-safe? - Big Joe Silence
Well, if you ignore the possible heavy metals lurking in the fish... - Jennifer Dittrich
\m/ >_< \m/ - Big Joe Silence
Steve C Team Marina
Leaked NSA Documents Reveal How To Hide From The NSA -
Leaked NSA Documents Reveal How To Hide From The NSA
"f you want a truly anonymous life, then maybe it's time you learned about Tor, CSpace and ZRTP. These three technologies could help people hide their activities from the National Security Agency, according to NSA documents newly obtained from the archive of former contractor Edward Snowden by the German magazine Der Spiegel. The combination of Tor, CSpace and ZRTP (plus another anonymizing technology for good measure) results in levels of protection that the NSA deems "catastrophic" -- meaning the organization has "near-total loss/lack of insight to target communications," according to Der Spiegel." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Steve C Team Marina
They lay piled one atop another. Each one shrouded in a white sheath. With no time for a proper burial each is tossed aside only for another to follow and then another and then another till the mountain grows in danger of toppling and a new mound begins. Some still ooze red, yellow, green. Yes this is our living room after the great plague to...
And that doesn't count the tiny one who has the snot river running down his throat till he throws it up. Ugh. - Steve C Team Marina
My kingdom to breathe out of my nose! - Steve C Team Marina
*bleaching and steaming all germies* - Janet from FFHound!
Goodbye 2014, hello 2015! Here’s my movie-watching recap of 2014 (with a side of games/books):
Goodbye 2014, hello 2015! Here’s my movie-watching recap of 2014 (with a side of games/books):
Always fun to read your movie stuff. Although now that i think about it I don't think I saw a movie this year. - Steve C Team Marina
Steve, ANY movies, or just any 2014 movies? - Jandy
I learned I need to explore the Pre-Code era of film. - Brent Schaus from iPhone
It's pretty awesome, Brent. Choose most any Hollywood from from 1930-1934, and you'll see aspects of Pre-Code (of course, some are Pre-Codier than others). - Jandy
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