How do I pick just one? I love movies. I love movies so much I didn’t once bitch about Netflix raising their prices and charging separately for streaming and by-mail options AND have continued paying for both. Instead of nailing down just one movie that I love, which would be like picking my favorite child, I’ll pick my favorite genre which is science fiction. I loved Armageddon, I loved all the Star Wars, I loved all the Star Treks… Go figure, a technology gadget geek loves science fiction. So much for learning something new about me, huh?
September 4, 2011
Blog Challenge Day 2 – A favorite movie
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