BIGBABY
member since 12/08/2003
I'm a guy from Lowell, Massachusetts/United States
About me: I used to use this site daily years ago...and left for various reasons. Well, I'm back, although I suspect I will not post as frequently I did before. So hi, everyone. Again.
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667 days ago

Hey, everyone. Or at least those that still remember me. Well, Im back. After a couple of years, Im back on here. So if you remember me, then cool. If you don't know me- nice to meet you. Although Im back I probably won't be posting nearly as much as before, however.
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929 days ago

Gmanod is one of the few liberal reviewers on this website who actually tries to make an argument for his case. Even though I disagree 100% of the time, he does make some good points. Lately his comments have had less Bush Bashing and more intelligence, but that has not been the case all along. Before he seemed to have a hatred of conservatives. He even called conservatives as conservative mental midgets. But overall he is indeed a valuable asset to the RIA community.
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1485 days ago

UPDATE- ***I cannot believe that so many people here are rating the state based on one man, John Kerry. And if you think everyone in Massachusetts is liberal, it simply shows that you have never been here. ***I was born and raised in Lowell, Massachusetts. Its about 20 miles northwest of Boston, right near the New Hampshire border. Massachusetts is a wonderful state to live in as well as visit. Its one of the only states in the world where you can actually experience the total four seasons. In winter, we can have up to 40 inches of snow in a single storm, which is nice New England weather! In Spring, it rains often, sunny other times with mild temperatures. In summer, the temp. can exceed 100 degrees- perfect for the multiple beautiful beaches nearby. In fall, you can experience the cooling off and the beauty of the color in the trees. Lowell is a very historical city. Its the first city in the America's where the first mill was built. Some are still standing today, turned into museums. Lowell has also been rated as The Most Diverse City in America. Its pretty funny that people here call me a rasict, but I live in the most diverse city. Anyway, the rest of Massachusetts has much to offer. There are plenty of beaches available. Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard are the perfect vacation resorts. Even the Clinton family visited us every year! Massachusetts is a very historical state. The American Revolution began here, at Lexington and Concord. The Battle of Bunker's Hill is also around the Boston area. Boston itself is a joy to be in. There is plenty of shops, restraunts, and historical spots, such as the Freedom Trail. The USS Constitution, our first navy boat, can be visited in Boston. Out west, you'll find the mountains, good for hiking, biking, skiing, or just plain to look at. The four major cities in Mass. are Boston, Worcester, Springfield, and Lowell. The governor is Mitt Romney, a Republican. There are plenty of jobs available up here, even though we are in a budget deficet. The Big Dig has spoiled some of the fun of Boston, but when it is completed, it will be one of the greatest road systems in the world. Overall, Massachusetts is full of friendly, but there is definetely more liberals than conservatives. Massachusetts is wonderful state that is very fun to live in.
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1485 days ago

Dawn of the Dead is the sequel to Night of the Living Dead. At this point, the dead have begun taking over the world. As society around them begins to crumble, 4 people arrive by helicopter on the roof of a large mall that is infiltrated by the dead. The set up in a room that is dead-free and is where most of the movie takes place. Abortion, patriotism, individualism, and even capatalism are all themes in some way in the movie. A classic movie that is considered by some to be the best of Romero's trilogy.
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1485 days ago

The 2004 version of Dawn of the Dead has both its good points and bad points. The bottom line is that as a zombie movie, it is pretty bloody good. But as a remake of the original, I would have to rate it as terrible. In fact, almost nothing from the original was brought back into this movie. The setting, the mall, is the only similiarity. The biggest downside in this movie is that there is simply too many characters. So many different and diverse characters makes the movie a tad confusing for first time watchers. There is a total of 15 main characters locked inside the mall. The minutes leading up to the ending are pretty good, however the ending leaves to many questions. It appears that everyone is eventually killed, however, it is not certain. The good points of the movie is that there is a lot more gore and special effects, although anyone with a good computer can do that. Andy at his gun store is a decent way to have characters involved that aren't in the mall. Overall, this is an acceptable dead film, just don't call it a remake of the classic.
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1485 days ago

In the final film in the trilogy to date, the dead have pretty much taken over the world. Civilization has fallen apart. Only a handful of humans remain alive in baracaded facilities. In Day of the Dead, we have two groups of humans living together. The scientists and the military guys. The scientists insist on trying to find a cure for the dead. After all, they can't kill every single one of the dead. The military guys just want to shoot up as many as possible and try to get away. It's a destructive movie where the main theme seems to be the incapability for man to work with one another. The military guys start shooting up the scientists, who try their best to get away. Along the line, everything falls apart and the dead brake in. At this point in the trilogy, viewers now know what to expect when and where, drawing from the movie a little. Still, Day of the Dead was a great installment in the trilogy, although most agree the weakest of the three films.
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1493 days ago

Its a popularity list, and nothing more.
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1495 days ago

I can understand X-D's point, but with the size of today's minivans and SUV's, these can help big time.
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1495 days ago

When it comes to trucks and big SUV's, they are really worth it. Helps in bad weather and on non paved roads. Biggest downside is lower gas mileage, which is becoming more and more important today. In regular cars, AWD helps for better handling. Helps resale big time on trucks.
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1495 days ago

For the average lazy American driver who is willing to blow away hundreds to save themselves about 5 seconds of time. The only positive thing about these is that they reduce accidents...a few accidents.
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