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  • Saw 3D (section Matt Gibson)
    Gibson: [answers cell phone] What's up, man? Rogers: I'm at a junkyard on 58th. Matt Gibson: Why? Rogers: Call came in about a car crash. Matt Gibson:
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  • Democracy (section M)
    since women are a majority of the population — we'd all be married to Mel Gibson. P.J. O'Rourke, in A Parliament of Whores (1991) What's happened
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  • it, and there was fucking crickets, sir. What happened to Riggs? On Mel Gibson's personal problems What's your name, new best friend? Talking to a man
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  • Control (section M)
    turning to gaze at the audience] What the fuck have you done lately? "Wesley Gibson", in Wanted (2008 film)‎‎ We don't need no education! We don't need no
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  • William Lennox Tyrese Gibson - USAF Tech Sergeant Robert Epps Rachael Taylor - Maggie Madsen Anthony Anderson - Glen Whitmann Jon Voight - Defense Secretary
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  • Love (section M)
    Hear the music of Love Eternal Teaching us to reach for goodness sake. Jon Anderson, in "Loved by the Sun", from movie Legend (1985) (YouTube video)
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  • Opening lines (section M)
    suburban Cherbourg, 14 October 1905. The Difference Engine, by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling. This time there would be no witnesses. Dirk Gently's
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  • Little was the most expensive actor in film - more than a Jim Carrey, Mel Gibson, or a Harrison Ford. Rob Minkoff [1] Michael J. Fox as Stuart Little (voice)
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  • Diane Sawyer: Governor Dukakis, rebuttal? Michael Dukakis (Jon Lovitz): I can't believe I'm losing to this guy. Steve Martin: You know, I've been coming
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  • incendiary atomic musical firebrand loner who conquered the western world. Gwen Gibson, in his article "The Top 10 Pop Stars, Ever", published in the AARP's May
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  • Butt-head:  Yeah.  My name is Mud! Beavis:  Yeah, MY NAME IS MUD!  M-M-M-M-M-M-M-M-M-M-M-MUD-MUD! And then he'd SPIT! Butt-head: What's this guy lookin'
    568 KB (77,691 words) - 22:47, 30 May 2016
  • couldn’t help liking the guy. Bob Gibson in Stranger to the Game: The Autobiography of Bob Gibson (1994) by Gibson, with Lonnie Wheeler, p. 115 I came
    449 KB (72,029 words) - 10:04, 23 July 2016
  • circle, the girl I pay to mistake me for Jon Hamm, and the guy who takes care of the shark tank. Which reminds me, I'm gonna have to let go two sharks! September
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  • Sunday. Transcript of Obama's Remarks in Muncie, Indiana (12 April 2008) Gibson: And in each instance, when the [capital gains tax] rate dropped, revenues
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  • waste. No. No, you don't. Daredevil: What do you know about the Hand? Stan Gibson: I don't. Please, I'd rather die. Daredevil: Well, that's not gonna help
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  • you... Jon... Ugh... [while human Riley is trying to evade the vampires] Bill Corbett: Bonesaw? Is that you? Mike Nelson [as Bonesaw]: Not me! I'm not prepared
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