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Mythsaje Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Mar-06-06 03:21 AM
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43. But what about Harry Potter?
j/k...

I haven't seen Brokeback Mountain yet, but that's primarily because we only go out to the theaters about once a year. It's just rarely worth the hassle when we can wait a few months and see whatever we want on DVD or On Demand.

As far as homophobia goes--and I saw the comments on this thread--I've gotta say my wife's favorite TV show was Queer As Folk...I don't think we missed a single episode the whole time it was on. I didn't necessarily care for the kissing or the sex scenes, but I liked the characters...even when they were being jerks. And they were all jerks at one time or another.

I didn't even know what Crash WAS. Tells you how up on things I am.
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