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Harold & Kumar red carpet interviews

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Russell’s Tears Fall for “The Candidate”

“Oh WTF Lost?!? That’s some bullshit.” – facebook status update from Theresa Strawn. “I am man enough to say some tears dripped down my face tonight during Lost.” – facebook status update from Joseph Ho. “LOST… made me cry like … Continue reading

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Russell’s thoughts on “The Last Recruit”

“It’s nice to have everyone back together again.” – Locke I could imagine viewing the callsheet for that episode’s shoot and being excited about seeing a majority of the ensemble cast working together. I did not expect the sideways story … Continue reading

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Don’t Ruin Things For Other People

Negativity takes a toll after several months. It’s everywhere. At home, the workplace, and the public forum. I was very upset this weekend. I guess I’ve had enough of negativity. Just STFU. Please. Everybody has likes and dislikes. We get … Continue reading

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2010!!!

It’s been three years since Urbana. I remember that ringing in the year 2007 was the best new year’s experience of my life. 22,000 people in a convention center in St. Louis brought out what seemed like limitless energy from … Continue reading

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Russell’s Comic Con 2009 experience

Since Comic Con 2007, it’s been a tradition for me to attend the LOST and Smallville panels.  This year was super insane!  LOST had its FINAL panel and Smallville had TOM WELLING appear!  Comic Con only gets more intense each … Continue reading

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Star Trek newbie

No spoilers here.  I successfully managed expectations and I was blown away by J.J. Abrams’s Star Trek.  I have never seen a single episode of  Star Trek.  I have never seen a Star Trek film.  What happened was that I … Continue reading

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