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ITT we post the entertainment (movies, concerts, albums, etc.) that we've recently enjoyed but that the cool kids are likely to make fun of us for. If you enjoyed a low-brow film that everyone else thinks is beneath them, proudly post it here.

I'll start us off. Close on the heels of seeing Alice in Wonderland last week I attended the John Mayer concert in Dallas tonight. Dude has a chick-music reputation, but he can actually rock a little bit...more than I expected actually and he actually has some guitar chops. Anyway I enjoyed it.

I'm on quite a lowbrow role this week. I did go see Crazy Heart in between just so I didn't lose all perspective.
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I listened to Queen's Greatest Hits last week.
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My fiance and I have started watching Lost. We're in the middle of Season 3 and hopelessly addicted.
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Black Dynamite is the greatest movie ever made.

Also, I was trying to write a research paper the other night and Mean Girls was on and I just got sucked in...ended up doing the paper at 4 in the morning, passing out with my face in my computer and running to class with mouthwash in my mouth fifteen minutes late.
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AC/DC, especially with Bon Scott - If You Want Blood, You've Got It, Let There Be Rock, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap and Highway to Hell.
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I like The Adventures of Pluto Nash. There. I said it.

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I listened to Queen's Greatest Hits last week.

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AC/DC, especially with Bon Scott - If You Want Blood, You've Got It, Let There Be Rock, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap and Highway to Hell.

What's wrong with those?
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Recently. Listening to Grime Crookers Munk Watching: -Skins -Man on fire -Twillight (yeah I know)
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I thought Man on Fire was pretty good.


...Twilight? Really?
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...I attended the John Mayer concert in Dallas tonight. Dude has a chick-music reputation, but he can actually rock a little bit...more than I expected actually and he actually has some guitar chops. Anyway I enjoyed it.

Three of the RubeBabes and I are going to see John Mayer next month. I am looking forward to it.

I also watched The Big Bang Theory Monday evening. Penny still speaks to me. You know, in that way.
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Masturbated 3 times today.
Is there better entertainment known to men?
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AC/DC, especially with Bon Scott - If You Want Blood, You've Got It, Let There Be Rock, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap and Highway to Hell.

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I also watched The Big Bang Theory Monday evening. Penny still speaks to me. You know, in that way.

I must agree
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I also watched The Big Bang Theory Monday evening. Penny still speaks to me. You know, in that way.

Yeah, um, this is actually one of the few shows I try to watch every week.
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For some reason everytime Independence Day or Enemy of the State comes on I have to watch them. It's like I have some weird Will Smith mancrush or something. Mancrush or no, nothing will ever get me to sit through Wild, Wild West again though. Even I have my lowbrow limits.
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Three of the RubeBabes and I are going to see John Mayer next month. I am looking forward to it.

I also watched The Big Bang Theory Monday evening. Penny still speaks to me. You know, in that way.

I think you'll enjoy Mayer. He has a stage presence that I didn't expect and that doesn't really come through on his records.

Oh...and Penny=
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For some reason everytime Independence Day or Enemy of the State comes on I have to watch them. It's like I have some weird Will Smith mancrush or something. Mancrush or no, nothing will ever get me to sit through Wild, Wild West again though. Even I have my lowbrow limits.

The only reason to sit through Wild Wild West again would be...

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