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I used to make up jokes for my freinds back in Missouri and they always called them Jim Jokes. Since my humor (I think) still hangs around, I figured so should the title. I may edit this blog periodically to add jokes as I remember them or make them up. Unless otherwise noted or unconsciously stolen, all Jim Jokes are Jim originals.
Have you noticed before you go to the movies the newspaper and online sites rate the movies so they can tell you if it's good or bad? Well...do you believe in what they say? For example, lets say the critics said Harry Potter 7 PT 2 said it was horrible and they gave it a 2 star. Would you listen to them and not go or would see the movie and ignore them? Why should we have critics to tell us not to see it? I saw the movie Thor with my uncle and we thought it was great. The critics said not to see it. I don't understand why people follow what they say. They are just basing there own opinion about the movie. For those who follow what they say, kudos to them, but how do you know if you will not like it? Trailers, please those wont help you enough. They just give you previews of the movie. Maybe certain parts in the movie were bad but you may like whats going on in the other scenes. To me, I hope people ignore the critics they have nothing better to do but tell others whether or not we should see it. If you don't like it, that's understandable, not everyone likes all the movies that comes out. To end the rambling, please think this carefully. Before you decide to listen to a critic think it carefully, is the movie your type? Do you like that type of style? Go with what you like and not what others have to say.
That ends my rambling..... :)
Allright, this is just a bit of fun writing and is soely for entertainment purposes. ( I don't want to piss other redheads off, I know what they can do ;) )
Still had my last blog on the brain when I was discussing my beautiful wife, and her red hair. That also made me think of all they are capable of when hurt, angered, irritated, or... we'll just say very, very happy to stay family friendly. (yes I'll avoid the bedroom talk on this one)