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P.S. - Bro Salah, Donnie Wahlberg (Marky Mark's NKOTB brother) was in the movie Annapolis.
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Yea I have to get that movie from Block Buster to put in my collection. I'm going crazy because this heat is bugging me out. It's so wierd and no one's seem to be paying attention to it. They must of forgotten that this is the North.

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Well -- weather was nice and warm yesterday, it only snowed, like, all day -- so i went and watched "Pink Panther" -- was pretty funny.

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We just got snow here yesterday. The funy thing though is that it's still not that cold.

I want to go to the movies this Sunday. I wonder if my Sheik will let me.

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As-salamu alaykum to those who follow the guidence

Jazak Allah khayr for the responses. I was guessing that it was more practical to go after salat-ul-Isha. Enjoy your movies people!

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Amy

No really Amy. Sunday is our day. I go over to his house and play. Too much studying though hurts your brain and then he gives me home work like this is school work. He knows too damn much. The other day he taught me 7 different ways to intrepret Al-Fatiya. What's wrong with him? One is good enough. I love it though. Knowledge is so good. 

I appreciate him though. He makes me feel like family and I love that.

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took the kids to see chicken little today , was a funny, cute lil film

 



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I don't watch things like that. I was forced to watch Finding Nemo. But I loved the moral of that. But I'm not usually interested in those kids stuff.

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I don't watch things like that. I was forced to watch Finding Nemo. But I loved the moral of that. But I'm not usually interested in those kids stuff.

SHOCK!!  Finding Nemo was so cute!  I love many of the kid's movies, plus the animation these days is quite remarkable.  I'm so drawn to it.

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The animation these days are not remarkable to me. I rather watch Tom and Jerry from the 80's than any cartoon today. I never watch pokemon or any other cartoons out now. The animation sucks.

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I loved Finding Nemo.  I take my son to see all the kids movies.  A few days ago we saw Curious George, it was cute and funny.  Hoodwinked was alright, I liked Robots and Madagascar...   Sky High was good too.  Next I'll be taking him to see The Wild in April.   



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Madagascar is very funny. That little penguin that wants to bomb things all the time, hilarious
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The animation these days are not remarkable to me. I rather watch Tom and Jerry from the 80's than any cartoon today. I never watch pokemon or any other cartoons out now. The animation sucks.

Really?  You don't like the Pixar animation?  I think it's great.  I remember I first enjoyed it when I saw Toy Story. 

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P.S.  BTW, I love my cartoons from when I was a child too.  They always bring back so many memories, and I loved growing up in the 80s!  LOL

 

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