CJames
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Hello from Fairfield, CT!

Started Aug 6, 2013 0 Replies

I am CJ from Fairfield and have been a follower of AoM for about 6 months and finally decided to join the community. Originally from Malden, MA, I am an avid Boston sports fan and get up to the area…Continue

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Michael J. K. replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
"that is classy"
Jun 8, 2014
Travis Spuhler replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
"Was going to suggest this one... Honestly, of all the Bond films, the Daniel Craig version, where he specifies the ingredients and method of making it make it so much more sexy if thats the right word to use. I also enjoy Hot Fuzz's…"
Jun 3, 2014
Regular Joe replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
May 27, 2014
Regular Joe replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
"VALIDATION!"
May 27, 2014
Jason Steven Ristevski replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
"Number 8"
May 27, 2014
Regular Joe replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
""I'll take a single plum floating in perfume served in a man's hat." "
May 27, 2014
CJames replied to Marcus's discussion Raising a daughter
"Enjoy the ride! I have three girls 10, 5 and 3 and wouldn't change it for the world. There is something about being a guy and looking down into a daughter's eyes as she looks up at you. Best advice...be the man you want her to end up…"
May 2, 2014
CJames replied to Stein's discussion Being called by your last name
"Everybody but my mother, sister, wife and kids calls me by my last name. It started in high school and really picked up through college and beyond. Even my inlaws and wife's extended family call me by my last name. I agree with Stein...I think…"
Feb 10, 2014
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"Hey there CJ, welcome to The Great Debate!"
Jan 6, 2014
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Jan 5, 2014
Chip replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
"Cary Grant orders a Gibson in North by Northwest  and I have always found that a very classy alternative to a regular martini."
Sep 3, 2013
CJames replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
"Haha definitely...two good films as well....both underrated."
Sep 3, 2013
Jeff Meehan replied to CJames's discussion Best drink orders ever taken in film... in the group Film
"One I liked since I was a kid was Doc Brown in Back to the Future III. And I always got a kick out of Bill Murray fixing things just so in Groundhog Day."
Sep 2, 2013
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Best drink orders ever taken in film...

So, I confess I'm a bit of a barfly. I'm always looking for a good pub, lively club or just a damn good watering hole. I'm also a lifelong fan of the movies so I figured I'd mix two passions together and ask WHAT IS THE BEST DRINK ORDER (or scene) IN FILM?I'll offer up one to get things started...In Ocean's Eleven, Danny Ocean (George Clooney) meets up with old flame, Tess (Julia Roberts) in a casino bar and when asked what he'll have to drink (using his thumb and pointer) he replies " I'll…See More
Sep 2, 2013
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Sep 2, 2013

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History, Sports (Boston sports), Literature, Film, Home-Brewing!
Books
Samuel Adams: A Life, A Separate Peace, Great Expectations, Pillars of the Earth, Unbroken, 1776, The Source, The Millennium Trilogy
Movies
12 Angry Men, Rear Window, The Shawshank Redemption, The Godfather, Glory, Rocky, The Natural, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, Braveheart
Music
Sam Cooke, Weezer, Better Than Ezra, Bruce Springsteen, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Citizen Cope, Radiohead, Bruno Mars, Queen
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What hurts more the pain of hard work or the pain of regret?

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At 10:08pm on January 6, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hey there CJ, welcome to The Great Debate!

 
 
 

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Pale Horse replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
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Pale Horse replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
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