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Old June 13th, 2015, 04:49 AM   #4
James Blanchard
Join Date: Jun 2008
Posts: 19

Originally Posted by Rich Larkin View Post
Hi Patrick,

Weighing in late here. I need to point out the "rugs in films" syndrome that must be familiar to all degenerate ruggies. It's where the scene shifts to a room with a rug on the floor, whereupon the too-far-gone ruggie immediately focuses on the rug, what kind it is, whether it's any good, etc., and loses all track of the plot of the film. It's pathetic.

That reminds me. Did anyone see the Paddington Bear movie? If so, I'm sure you probably forgot the movie, but noticed the Baluch rugs on the floor.


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