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    Default Math Eqation

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    ROCKY MARATHON

    9 hours and 1.6 minutes of Stallone
    should be interesting to see how I come out of it :)

    maybe I will hit the dollar theater for the last installment of the Rocky saga if I make it
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    Your going to need a stiff drink and a padded cell after 9 hours of Rocky
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    I would guess -20 IQ points and the juicy squirts
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    Question is, can you watch the movies faster than he makes the sequels?

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    wow...you even spelled "eqation" like Rocky Balboa would have done..:D .

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    How about a Dire Straits marathon instead?

    I'd rather sit in Stormtrooper costumes with Mantis and watch all the Star Wars movies than sit through the beating of Rocky 1-42.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RuSsMaN
    How about a Dire Straits marathon instead?

    I'd rather sit in Stormtrooper costumes with Mantis and watch all the Star Wars movies than sit through the beating of Rocky 1-42.
    Hey don't diss Rocky #38. It had a good scene of his grandson sparring with Ali!

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    I would just skip to Rocky IV.. None better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeOutlaw
    I would just skip to Rocky IV.. None better!
    Wow. That's frightening.

    Here's how they rank (I haven't seen the "newest")

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    Saying 4 is better than 1 is just absurd. I'd almost say 3 was better than 4, but 4 had enough cheesiness in it to make it good in a funny way.

    5 doesn't even belong in this discussion, so I'm avoiding it.
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    As with most movies and subsequent sequels, the first is usually the best.. However, in the Rocky series, I think that the 4th is the best.. Maybe just due to the cold war and wanting to kick USSR's a$$ anytime at all possible.. I cant pin-point why I like this one the best, i just do..

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    Man...I though this was going to be an interesting discussion about some math-related subject. :(
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    Hey... Yo Pauley.. I been thinkin'... 'bout medicare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss
    Man...I though this was going to be an interesting discussion about some math-related subject. :(
    even with the "eqation"? :p

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    Err, well, I was hoping the original post might stimulate a discussion....:p
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    I clicked on the thread thinking..."HMMMM A good math question"....NOPE!!

    No offence Ntculenuff

    I did enjoy the Rocky's. But as for a marathons go. Star Wars beets them all.
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    Rocky was a great movie. Rocky II was ok as sequels go.

    III and IV were drivel. Entertaining but nothing but a cash cow being milked.

    V was painful.

    The last installment, is a good movie.

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    See it was way too early in the morning, I didn't even notice I spelled equation wrong.
    I only made it about 3/4's the way in the first movie before I dozed off into a nice nap
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