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The Ambien murder defense isn't far off, either.


Most zombie movies are corney. But did you see "28 Days Later?" THAT was one of the scariest movies I've ever seen.

Speaking of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," isn't Niccole Kidman in an upcoming re-invention of that movie? Any advance buzz, is it good or is it gunna suck.

Kind of a meanadering post, Billy makes what you were doing last night? Still, you've always been one to mix it up.

- E.C. Henry from Bonney Lake, WA


You know, I dreamed last night that I wrote this really weird post that kind of tanked with my readership...

Clearly it was the Ambien, but thank you M.A. and E.C., Living RomCom stalwarts, for commenting anyway.


So, you didn't mean any of those songs you sang under my window either? Sorry about Mrs. Eckeberger. She gets cranky around three-ish. Hope it didn't bruise.


Thank GOD you found Maisie! She's a trip, isn't she?

Annie D.

Good romantic-comedy masquerading as a zombie film? "Shaun of the Dead," of course.

Nice of Neil to bring us together. I'm looking forward to coming back.


MaryAn: Ah, that explains the sore throat and the welts...

Binnie: Yes, but she keeps wanting to "talk about us"...

Welcome, Annie D: Ditto. Neil is sort of the uber-blog conduit, isn't he... and now I have a rom-com homework assignment because (shameful to admit, I know) I've yet to see Shaun!...


I won't say much except I haven't been drunk dialed like that in a long time. I couldn't understand a word you were saying around that mouthful of peanut butter.


Billy, you've a keen sence of humor. Sorry, I tend to kinda dry, and serious all the time. In the future I'll work on my silliness and try to be more fun like you.

- E.C. Henry from Bonney Lake, WA

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