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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Rt&Dzine, Feb 1, 2010.
Big day in the USA! And Canada! What will you be doing? Is it a big deal in Pennsylvania?
I will watch the movie
It is tradition
Woof, Woof - Dawg
Them's good eatin'!
Great movie because it gave a new meaning to the phrase "Groundhog Day."
From the movie Groundhog Day
Phil: What would you do if you were stuck in one place and every day was exactly the same, and nothing that you did mattered?
Ralph: That about sums it up for me.
I was in the Virgin Islands once. I met a girl. We ate lobster, drank piña coladas. At sunset, we made love like sea otters. *That* was a pretty good day. Why couldn't I get *that* day over, and over, and over...
Ned... Ryerson!! "Needlenose Ned" "Ned the Head"
Now, don't you tell me you don't remember me because I sure as heckfire remember you.
Happens to be my favorite movie
Anybody else with a favorite line?
Woof, Woof - Dawg
Wasn't there a competing frog this year?
This year I'm going to try deep-frying a groundhog stuffed with a prairie dog stuffed with a squirrel. A groundoggerel.
I might shoot one.
I hope not Punxsutawney Phil!
I don't really care about groundhogs day but PETA does. They want to replace Phil with a robot, lol.
"This is pitiful. A thousand people freezing their butts off waiting to worship a rat. What a hype. Groundhog Day used to mean something in this town. They used to pull the hog out, and they used to eat it. You're hypocrites, all of you! " - Phil Conners
Indeed i already have one plucked and stuffed for the holiday and following the ancient tradition the DVD player has the Bill Murray flick playing on a loop all day.
Yeah, about them...see my comment above.
Seriously, PETA is about as idiotic as the KKK.
PETA may be extremists but they can't compare to the KKK.
I would be watching Groundhog Day tonight after work, but today just so happens to be the season 6 premiere of Lost. Sorry...
The only problem with a groundoggerel is that the meat is really tough.
It tastes like chicken.
Even though I've been living outside of North America for over 3 years now I still find groundhog day amusing, if only because of the movie. I try to watch it every year. It's one of my top 20 favourites.
http://upc.*************/uploads/avatars/phils.jpg Don't drive angry. Don't drive angry.
I've never known groundhog day to be a big deal. Then again I've spent all but one year of my entire life in CA which is code for sunshine. Now ... as I look out my window at the snow I think I better start paying attention.
Stupid f***ing groundhog saw his shadow and now we have 6 more weeks of winter
I'm watching 24 hours of A Christmas Story.
I enjoy the movie and that's about it for me. Of course I'll find out what happens becaue it will be a story of interest on the news or on the net, but If I don't happen to hear I won't seek out the groundhog results because it's not really important to me.
I'm having me some blueberry waffles this morning
...and am I the only one who wonders how sea otters make love?
Tidbit: The movie is included in some great government library of cultural whatnots. I think. I read that on the internetz somewhere so you know it has to be true.
I like to see a man of advancing years throwing caution to the wind. It's inspiring in a way.
Just for S&Gs I thought I'd post this, excerpted from The Lay of the Last Minstrel, by Willard Scott:
It's actually very well written I think
On the bright side the prediction has a 39% accuracy rate (according to the National Climatic Data Center.)