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  • Greg Garrison

    Damn you, Mr.Belding!

  • boinkity

    Larry Miller just seems like one of the nicest guys, EVER! I've never met the man, but I can only imagine that he is just awesome! I remember watching his stand up routine back in the 80s and 90s, and then seeing him in movies. I wish he could be in more movies. He always seems to play a likeable guy in the movies. I couldn't imagine him being antagonizing in any way in a movie. Maybe he should play a likeable bad guy in his next movie?

  • Greg Garrison

    Damn you, Mr.Belding!

  • boinkity

    Larry Miller just seems like one of the nicest guys, EVER! I’ve never met the man, but I can only imagine that he is just awesome! I remember watching his stand up routine back in the 80s and 90s, and then seeing him in movies. I wish he could be in more movies. He always seems to play a likeable guy in the movies. I couldn’t imagine him being antagonizing in any way in a movie. Maybe he should play a likeable bad guy in his next movie?

  • When are you getting your own show?! I started out just being a Aceman fan, but he has really rubbed me the wrong way with his ignorant world and (ESPECIALLY) economic (as someone that went to college and studied it) view.

  • Junior college?

  • KhorneliusPraxx

    1) I believe that is suppose to be “Larry Miller and I”.
    2) You are intelligent, funny, and beautiful and I think I love you.
    3) I can't see or hear Larry Miller without chuckling because I always think of his role in Best in Show.  “I'll gouge your right eye out with my thumb, I shit you not, you little freak! Now, will you get down here? I'm gonna punch you in the eye till it turns to jelly! I'll stab you with forks till you bleed, how bout that?”

  • When are you getting your own show?! I started out just being a Aceman fan, but he has really rubbed me the wrong way with his ignorant world and (ESPECIALLY) economic (as someone that went to college and studied it) view.

  • Junior college?

  • Reelmccoyprod

    Way to render Larry speechless by invoking an old SNL skit premise Alison.

  • KhorneliusPraxx

    1) I believe that is suppose to be “Larry Miller and I”.
    2) You are intelligent, funny, and beautiful and I think I love you.
    3) I can’t see or hear Larry Miller without chuckling because I always think of his role in Best in Show.  “I’ll gouge your right eye out with my thumb, I shit you not, you little freak! Now, will you get down here? I’m gonna punch you in the eye till it turns to jelly! I’ll stab you with forks till you bleed, how bout that?”

  • Reelmccoyprod

    Way to render Larry speechless by invoking an old SNL skit premise Alison.

  • Jmchambers5

    “Me” is correct. Look it up.

  • Jmchambers5

    “Me” is correct. Look it up.

  • boinkity

    I believe “me” is correct too… The test is to remove the other noun, and see if it sounds normal or weird when you say the sentence with just “me” or “I” (that probably made no sense to anyone that just read this sentence)

  • boinkity

    I believe “me” is correct too… The test is to remove the other noun, and see if it sounds normal or weird when you say the sentence with just “me” or “I” (that probably made no sense to anyone that just read this sentence)

  • Micah Rafferty

    I know this is an old thread, but the grammarian in me needs to set the record straight. The verb “to be” should be followed by a 1st person pronoun. Thus, alison is correct. Most people (myself included) will use an object pronoun when speaking. That's because we risk sounding like pretentious Katherine Hepburn impersonators if we say things like, “It is I,” even though it's technically right.

  • Micah Rafferty

    Oops, meant to say, Alison is technially incorrect, but appropriately colloquial for something as informal as a blog post!

  • Micah Rafferty

    I know this is an old thread, but the grammarian in me needs to set the record straight. The verb “to be” should be followed by a 1st person pronoun. Thus, alison is correct. Most people (myself included) will use an object pronoun when speaking. That’s because we risk sounding like pretentious Katherine Hepburn impersonators if we say things like, “It is I,” even though it’s technically right.

  • Micah Rafferty

    Oops, meant to say, Alison is technially incorrect, but appropriately colloquial for something as informal as a blog post!

  • Micah Rafferty

    I know this is an old thread, but the grammarian in me needs to set the record straight. The verb “to be” should be followed by a 1st person pronoun. Thus, alison is correct. Most people (myself included) will use an object pronoun when speaking. That's because we risk sounding like pretentious Katherine Hepburn impersonators if we say things like, “It is I,” even though it's technically right.

  • Micah Rafferty

    Oops, meant to say, Alison is technially incorrect, but appropriately colloquial for something as informal as a blog post!

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