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Old 02-02-2011   #11
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Re: Movie adaptation of "Purity" in the works

Quote Originally Posted by DoktorH View Post
I'd camp out for a My Work Is Not Yet Done movie, plaster my home and cubicle with posters and other swag, and otherwise engage in drastic displays of fandom.
I agree completely DoktorH.
I’ve always raised an eyebrow when hearing of people setting up a makeshift home in front of the cinema in order to be the first to see some films. Even more mystifying is that on further inspection the queue seems to contain people wearing “Twilight” t-shirts and then I really start to fear for the sanity of our society.

That said, if “My Work Is Not Yet Done” made it to the big screen I’d be right up at the front of the queue with you, like the swine I am

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