They sang everything. Like it was a musical!

 When she came home, I asked my youngest daughter how she liked the movie.
She said it was terrible, and one of the stupidest movies she’d ever seen. I asked why was it so bad?
The reply, "They sang everything, even when they should have been talking…. it was like a MUSICAL or something!
Ummm that’s because it IS a musical….
lol Sorry "Dream Girls" the pre-teen set just doesn’t seem to appreciate ya.

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Aisha
    Mar 05, 2007 @ 10:06:49

    Well, I noticed Saturday one of my guppies had these white spots on his fins and the fins were looking ragged. I asked some people at Tetra care is I should take him out they said it sounded like he has ich and told I needed to treat the whole tank for it with salt and raise the temp to 80. I did that and when I got home he was dead and the other guppy was hovering around him. But thankfully today he seems to be fine. Not like how the Black tetra did when his swimming buddy took the big leap out the aquarium.
    My normal water temp is 76-78 but since I brought it up to 80 I think I should bring it down gradually.
    So far I haven\’t expreinced broken bones with my girls but as rough as they are I\’m sure its bound to happen. We found out one of them has asthma when they got into a fight over a book. And yet that hasn\’t calm them down they just stop to take breathing breaks during their fights.
    Have a wonderful week!!
    P.S. If thats a pic of the dog he is just too cute to have turned away. Wish you all the best of luck!!!


  2. Leah
    Mar 05, 2007 @ 10:27:22

    Can\’t say I actually want to see that movie. I think Jennifer Hudson\’s voice is just too much for me, and I only like Beyonce on some occasions not all the time.


  3. Bob
    Mar 05, 2007 @ 16:07:10

    ROFLMAO!!!!!!!   Your youngest cracks me up!!!!
    xoxo   Bob~


  4. elytis
    Mar 05, 2007 @ 16:11:49

    American Stupidity

    Associated Press
    Herald-Leader Friday, May 24, 1996
    WASHINGTON – Less than half of American adults understand that the Earth orbits the sun yearly, according to a basic science survey. Despite flubbing such questions, there is enthusiasm for research -except in some fields such as genetic engineering and nuclear power that are viewed with suspicion.
    Only about 25% of American adults got passing grades in a survey by the National Science Foundation of what people know about basic science and economics. Even fewer of those surveyed felt they were well-informed about technical subjects.
    The worst showing came when those surveyed were asked to define scientific terms. Only about 9% knew what a molecule was, and only 21% could define DNA.
    But even more fundamental questions stumped man: Less than 1/2 knew that the Earth orbits the sun annually. In a test of environmental understanding, 1/3 of Americans surveyed understood the effects of a thinning ozone layer, 14% could identify locations of ozone holes, and only 5% could give a scientific explanation of acid rain.
    Even money questions stumped most Americans. A 10-point quiz on economics showed that only 22% could correctly answer 7 or more of the questions. "Only 10% feel feel very well informed about science and technology, and studies show that only a small segment of the population has a strong grasp of basic scientific ideas," according to a report released yesterday by the foundation. On a 10-part quiz testing scientific understanding, only 27% of the American adults surveyed could answer 7 or more questions.
    Despite a fundamental lack of understanding, the survey found that 72% of American adults think science research is worthwhile. Only 13% took the opposite view. Among college graduates, 90% thought the benefits of research outweighed the risks, while only 48% of those who did not complete high school felt that way. The survey, however, found many Americans fearful of some aspects of science. Support for nuclear power was about evenly split, with 43% saying its benefits were greater than its risks, and 42% taking an opposite view; 14% were uncertain. Genetic engineering fared only slightly better. 43% saw it as beneficial, but 35% said the dangers outweigh benefits. About 20% were undecided. Medical discoveries were rated the most interesting science topics in 69% of those who took the survey. Space exploration scored the lowest – just 25%. About 40% of those surveyed expressed high confidence in scientists and medical workers. The rating was only 25% for leaders in education, religion, and corporations.


  5. Jade
    Mar 05, 2007 @ 17:01:44

    Oh my! Your new doggie is quite handsome!!!


  6. David
    Mar 05, 2007 @ 18:01:53

    Yeah – I hated musicals at that age.  But then – Cabaret!  One of my two favorite films of all time.


  7. bobby
    Mar 05, 2007 @ 21:53:33

    hehehe-musical film-it is not bad~~
    maybe next time u can bring her to see Bollywood movie(Indian movies),they produce really excellent musicals
    take care
    hugs and kisses


  8. Harold
    Mar 06, 2007 @ 18:54:05

    Got to luv a blunt young review of a movie from a preteens view…lol
    Thanks for the lyrics on my lastest rant… LOL  GOT to luv the Beatles  😉
    And Bob.. I would love to see the survey the gave out… see just exactly what was in it.
    ZePp …


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