"Our classic tastes, good to go!"
Taco Bell is notorious for exploiting the same few ingredients, and the Crunchwrap Supreme sets a new low in uninspiredness.
Imagine if McDonald's introduced a product consolidating all its classic tastes.
Four patties (beef, sausage, fish, McRib), hash browns, McNuggets, sweet 'n sour sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions and some Park Place Monopoly game pieces on a sesame seed bun.
Enjoy it with a super-size Suicide.
I saw The Island last night.
Absolutely grotesque amount of product placement.
Director Michael Bay rips off his own car chase from Bad Boys II, but the imitation is equally impressive, I must say.
After outsourcing work and offering a discount perk to the public, I'm not sure what more American automobile manufacturers can do to insult their employees.
Why don't major video rental places carry Oz?
They all carry seasons of Queer as Folk and The L Word but no Oz.
It's enough to make me want to open my own video rental place, one that specializes in carrying Oz.
I'll call it "The Library of Jongress."
I actually do want to open a resource for people like me who are too impatient to download and too poor to keep importing region-coded titles.
I know, places like that exist already, but The Library of Jongress (eh?) will have an adjoining theatre where I shall hold special screenings of festival circuit players and, when not doing that, project shit I think is sweet and charge rental price for admission.
"Sounds like Facets in Chicago."
Shut the fuck up, Donnie!