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"Oh my god! The quarterback is toast!" Die Hard (1988)

Die Hard was released in 1988. It stars Bruce Willis as New York Police Detective John McClane, whose visiting is wife in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve. 152 more words


Dumb News Alert: CPAC event schedule mostly just screenings of "Die Hard"

The Conservative Political Action Conference began Thursday morning, as Republican presidential hopefuls make their case for the support of the country’s most conservative voters. A source at Dumbuzzfeed was able to get ahold of the schedule, which appears to largely just be screenings of the movie series “Die Hard”. 190 more words

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The Special Ingredient

A few days ago I was talking to a coworker who was telling me about someone she went to school with and how crazy his life story was. 677 more words

Life In General

It's all small stuff ….

Warning: Not saying anything new here ….

There was a book out several years ago out called “Don’t sweat the small stuff”. In it was different vague platitudes about how life has its little issues and to just let them just roll off your back and to not worry so much. 411 more words

Die Hard

Die Hard

Genre: Adaptation, Adventure, Action, Thriller

Rating: 8.2/10

Release Date: 07/13/1988

Synopsis:New York detective John McClane inadvertently becomes embroiled in a hostage situation when his estranged wife’s office is taken over by German terrorists in Los Angeles. 24 more words


Confessions of a Caffeine Ho

Buena Vista, Colorado must be the only town on the planet without a Starbucks. That’s not to say there isn’t an overpriced coffee house around…there’s a hipster shop down on Main Street roasting some exotic Brazilian blend that will put hair on a cue-ball and set you back 7 bucks a cup. 740 more words


Catch My Spending If You Can

Another week and another load of new additions to the collection.

First up is seven Blu-rays and the first one, Bronson Triple Threat Collection, includes the middle three of the five Death Wish movies. 332 more words