Wednesday, January 1, 2014

MERRY NEW YEAR!




Whatever it takes.

Now get back to work!

16 comments:

  1. Damn, I don't remember which film that was from! Although the laugh at the end is scripted in pretty much all his films. Isn't New Year's Day a holiday for you?

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    1. Trading Places. Not what I'd call a classic, but it is entertaining. You guys don't celebrate New Years Day? We do. So, I guess we get back to work tomorrow.

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  2. Merry, merry, happy, happy - now where's my dog? I need someone to fetch my slippers, get my paper, scramble my eggs, take out the trash… well, you did say "get back to work"… and what I do best is boss the dog around!

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    1. Sleep, eat, poop, repeat.
      Work like a dog indeed.

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  3. I love that movie. I am always intriqued by a good scam. To me, it just means tax time is coming soon. Uugghh

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    1. And it had a sexy Jamie Lee Curtis in it. She's my age. I wasn't sexy even back then. It's even worse now.

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    1. Same to you. I may write today. I probably won't. I drank a bottle of wine last night. The two may be related.

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  5. I recognized that movie instantly and laughed. That's one of our go to movies when absolutely nothing else looks appealing. Bruce likes warped comedies! Yes he's with me!! lol. Happy New Year and all that crap! Xx

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  6. haha that was a fun movie. A ghostbuster and a beverly hills cop. Happy new year

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  7. That's such a funny clip, especially when Lionel Joseph appears. Take care and here's wishing you a prosperous and peaceful New Year.

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  8. Ok I don't remember seeing this movie but that is nothing new I remember very little

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  9. I loved every movie he was in! The first I ever saw was Beverly Hills Cop--I saw it several times!

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  10. I saw it and even laughed at some of it, but it was still a stinker!

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