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this however was executed well
Post Mon Aug 30, 2010 10:38 pm
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Haha Drag me to Hell was the last movie I watched as well. It was okay. There are worse movies. It was kind of funny in a few ways. But it was kind of sad too because Raimi was trying too hard to get what he had in Evil Dead.
Post Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:32 am
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Sage Francis wrote:
A: As far as I know MSG is not habit forming but I don't know much about MSG. I thought MSG was some kind of suburban myth when I was growing up. As the myth goes, all-you-can-eat Asian restaurants used MSG in their food to make people feel full so that they wouldn't eat too much. However, as it turns out, MSG is a "flavor enhancer" much like salt. So, no, I don't spike my songs with MSG. However, I think some pop stars are composed entirely of MSG. You just sidetracked me with the whole MSG thing.

MSG is used as a flavour enhancer and is found in most restaurants. It’s not addictive and it does not cause headaches as a lot of people claim.

It is also naturally produced in foods. Parmesan Cheese has the most naturally produced MSG in it.
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WrathChild wrote:
But I'm with you on the grizzly bear. Lions are only tough shit cause they've never met a grizzly.

This was on QI the other night; during the Gold Rush, lions were shipped from Africa specifically to fight bears for entertainment. Lions however have relatively thin skulls so the bear won hands (paws?) down every time.

And I quite enjoyed Drag Me To Hell. Good, not great, but a(n) (un)pleasant distraction.
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