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Public Address 19/12/05 - Apes And Brains

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/12/05 - Apes and Brains

Kong's really good | Dec 19, 2005 10:53
Russell Brown's Hard News

On Sunday afternoon, the family went and saw Kong. And we loved it. I thought it was a tremendous piece of film-making, if one - given the look of a couple of weak CGI sequences - that they didn't quite get to finish...
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Bear with me | Dec 18, 2005 09:02
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

So I could blame my recent blog slowdown on that convenient old wives' catch-all "preggy brain," but that would be... um, true. Even Busyboy has noticed. The other day he boasted "My daddy has a SSSSSHUGE brain, and I have a great big four-year-old brain." I waited for the rest...
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