Oct 13th 2009 4:18PM That is true, but Oscar winners can tack on at least a million dollars to every picture they make for the next few years after winning. And there is probably a similar, but lesser, benefit to Grammy winners.
Oct 9th 2009 3:39PM Actually, I would imagine Beck and the like find this bizarre development fairly thrilling.
Jul 28th 2009 11:54PM Wow, I Googled that "1984" book you speak of. It sounds really interesting.
Jul 26th 2009 11:19PM Lot's of good responses here.
FYI, the two movies that I thought hard about putting in, but ultimately didn't make the five, were "Glory" and "Braveheart."
As for the dog movies (Old Yeller, Marley and Me, My Dog Skip), I really didn't consider them at all. Not that having a dog isn't manly, but dog movies tend to be pretty broadly targeted.
Jul 10th 2009 11:13AM It's actually the University of Wilkes in Wilkes Barre. (My mistake.) If you hit the hyperlink it will take you to the study.
Aug 25th 2008 2:06PM The 2007 London game was played in monsoon-like conditions -- yet according to the BBC 90 percent of the crowd still bothered showing up.
This May it took 90 minutes for the first 40,000 seats (the only ones available at the time) to sell out for London's 2008 game between the Saints and Chargers, which will be played on October 26th.
Alistair Kirkwoon, managing director of NFL UK (and, judging by his name, obviously a Brit) called the game "one of the most eagerly awaited on the British sports calender."
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