LOVE Aaron Eckhart.....

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  1. BenBas

    BenBas Well-Known Member

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    I don't see any of u assholes posting about today's guest,,,,
    Aaron Eckhart....
    I love him....he's gorgeous AND smart !!! LOVE his films.....
    ....one of my favorites No Reservations w/ Catherine Zeta-Jones...and Erin Brockovich!

    Howard acts like he knows who he is...:rolleye: I doubt he's seen any of his films....:rolleye:

    I hope his new film I, Frankenstein does well (isn't that why he came on the show??)

    Thank you
    Peace & love
     
  2. SouthernListen

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    646.9 Stalking
    (a) Any person who willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follows or willfully and maliciously harasses another person and who makes a credible threat with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear for his or her safety, or the safety of his or her immediate family is guilty of the crime of stalking, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one year, or by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment, or by imprisonment in the state prison.
    (b) Any person who violates subdivision (a) when there is a temporary restraining order, injunction, or any other court order in effect prohibiting the behavior described in subdivision (a) against the same party, shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for two, three, or four years.
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  3. Eddie Blake

    Eddie Blake I love guns and cum Banned User

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    Poop thread!
     
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    AN ACT concerning involuntary commitment to treatment and amending and supplementing
    chapter 4 of Title 30 of the Revised Statutes and amending P.L.1991, c.270.

    BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

    1. Section 1 of P.L.1987, c.116 (C.30:4-27.1) is amended to read as follows:

    C.30:4-27.1 Findings, declarations.
    1. The Legislature finds and declares that:
    a. The State is responsible for providing care, treatment and rehabilitation services to
    mentally ill persons who are disabled and cannot provide basic care for themselves or who
    are dangerous to themselves, others or property; and because some of these mentally ill
    persons do not seek treatment or are not able to benefit from voluntary treatment provided on
    an outpatient basis, it is necessary that State law provide for the voluntary admission and the
    involuntary commitment to treatment of these persons as well as for the public services and
    facilities necessary to fulfill these responsibilities.
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    it is necessary that State law balance the basic value of liberty with the need for safety and
    treatment, a balance that is difficult to effect because of the limited ability to predict
    behavior; and, therefore, it is necessary that State law provide clear standards and procedural
    safeguards that ensure that only those persons who are dangerous to themselves, others or
    property, are involuntarily committed to treatment.
    c. It is the policy of this State that persons in the public mental health system receive
    inpatient treatment and rehabilitation services in the least restrictive environment in
    accordance with the highest professional standards and which will enable those persons
    committed to treatment to return to full autonomy in their community as soon as it is
    clinically appropriate. In addition, it is the policy of this State to ensure that
    appropriate outpatient treatment services are readily available to all persons with mental
    illness, such that involuntary commitment to treatment is rarely required; but that persons
    with mental illness who are determined to be dangerous to themselves, others or property
    should be subject to involuntary treatment in the least restrictive environment possible, in an
    inpatient or outpatient setting clinically appropriate to their condition.
    Further, it is the policy of this State that the public mental health system shall be
    developed in a manner which protects individual liberty and provides advocacy and due
    process for persons receiving treatment and insures that treatment is provided in a manner
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    Aaron Eckhart is a dumb sack of shit.
     
  8. SomeRandomGuy

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    Two Questions:

    1. I have a very vague memory of you once saying something about being the author of books for kids back on SFN. Did I hallucinate that or is that true?
    2. If that is something that I'm hallucinating, which of the medications that you're supposed to be taking should I ask my doctor about?
     
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    Do you guys ever have trouble with misplacing your cell phone? I do it all the time. I got a Magic Jack just to locate my cell phone sometimes.

    It's funny.

    Peace and love.
     
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    Who are YOU to call us assholes?!?!
     
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    No one cares, fuck off
     
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    The movie that that he didn't name by title but that started his career was In the Company of Men, which should be in the queues of all of the degenerates on this board. He plays some type of mid-level office personnel and has a contest with another guy to see who can bag a deaf secretary in the office. His character is vile. It's a beautiful thing.
     
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    I don't even listen to the interviews any more since they all suck but knowing Hypocrite Howard he's probably changed the opinion he expressed a couple of months ago:

    •Howard Plays Some Audio Clips. 11/11/13. 6:00am

    Robin said there is a new Frankenstein coming out. Howard said he hopes it's in 3D. Robin said Aaron Eckhart is supposed to play the part. Howard said he's good looking. He said that won't work. Howard said he thinks that The Thing with Two Heads is more believable than that.

    Howard said that he likes that Frankestein's monster had a flat head. He wondered where they got a flat head from. Howard said you could put a wine glass on there and walk around with it. Howard said now he's coming back as a good looking guy. Howard got a laugh out of that. Robin said that's not Frankenstein.
     
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    A person,BenBas,who whines about being treated badly,opens her post calling people assholes for not posting about Aaron Eckhart. So,now shes an asshole for calling us assholes.Got it?For the record,i don`t care about Aaron,or Jonah Hill either.
     
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    Did Howard ask about his Dick Size?
     
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    Fucking amazing film. The follow-up "Your Friends & Neighbours" is almost as good. Jason Patric plays the Alpha male arsehole in it.
     
  19. skytzoboy

    skytzoboy not a fuck to give

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