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Comment from: Kristen [Visitor] Email
Oh but what a sexy deluded self-important tool he is. I mean, I doubt anyone has "private moments" thinking about Bill Murray.
02/09/07 @ 18:25
Comment from: Billy Dawg [Visitor] Email
That women are attracted to arrogant pr*cks like Crowe partially explains the high divorce rate. Then, in their 30's, they wonder why all the good ones are married. It's a shame so many women are so shallow and willingly opt for a life of abuse and disappointments just so they can have their fling(s) with a bad boy.
02/10/07 @ 13:07
Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
You nailed it this time. Exactly right.
02/10/07 @ 20:20
Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
Personally I find Bill Murray highly annoying... particularly on the golf course...and I definitely never had a "private moment" thing with him. No way, no how. ...and BTW, I've never met a bad boy I couldn't handle.
02/10/07 @ 21:51
Comment from: Hoyt Decker [Visitor]
Kristen: I regularly have "private moments" thinking about Bill Murray.
02/11/07 @ 00:26
Comment from: Todd Moss [Visitor] Email
Correct me if I'm wrong Sandy, but if I kill all the golfers they'll lock me up and throw away the key.
02/17/07 @ 16:17
Comment from: Stephen [Visitor]
Not golfers, you great fool! Gophers, the little, brown furry rodents... It seems I'd read Bill Murray was pretty down at one point in his career. He'd done (Somerset Maugham novel as a film) THE RAZOR's EDGE, which was a different sort of role. The film was not a commercial success at the time. Some have commented that Bill Murray seems a troubled chap in person. He's quite good, actually, even in serious roles a bit more recently. S
02/24/07 @ 15:58
Comment from: Rob [Visitor] Email
What on earth does this have to do with golf? Get back to the golf commentary, dude.
03/12/08 @ 21:35

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