Really what is so wrong with movies

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by beezel26, Mar 22, 2009.

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  1. beezel26 Force Ghost

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    as a presidential gift, Its only the top 25 movies of all time by the american film institute. It was given to your PM by our president as a gift along with a model of Marine one. That only cost three hundred million dollars to produce. The actually helicoptor was just repainted and they added an ipod adaptor for Obama.
    And your PM giving Obama a pen holder. Come on thats what you give to someone at a retirement party or a promotion. And for god sakes who the hell writes a seven volume autobiography of Churchill. And who the hell is going to read it. Certainly not the president. The man does have a rather large financial problem on his hands. At least Brown could have given him the cliffnotes along with it.

    and your press saying not enough flags. Comeone its red white and blue everywhere. What did they want, Uncle Sam to show up with a cape of the Union Jack.

    Geez.

    oh and congrats Jaguar made the top dependiability list in the JD powers for 2009. Thats giving to the Japanese.

  2. halibut Ex-Mod

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  3. beezel26 Force Ghost

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    how about giving the president a land rover defender or discovery 3 so he can take the family on outings anywhere in the world. And they do come armoured if you want. I say disco 3 over a range rover cause you get two extra seats in the back for secret service
    and you can still have videos in the rear for the kids.
  4. Moylesy Jedi Master

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    Toyota still dominated the rankings for individual vehicles with 14 models ranked as among the most dependable in their segments, including the top-selling Prius hybrid,

    In addition, the Lexus LS 430 sedan had the fewest reported problems of any vehicle tracked by the survey.



    Lexus have topped the list for the previous fifteen years or so have they not? It seems that Jaguar (and Buick) have took their own sweet time getting their acts together.

    BTW, Jaguar is an Indian Company.
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