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Bob Logan March 23, 2014 at 08:26 am
Who writes these articles? A wire service? Everybody know Kevin Bacon is from Philadelphia!! NotRead More just "Pennsylvania" Geesh
Miriam Baker March 23, 2014 at 09:29 am
I missed it! I love Kevin Bacon!
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The Truth October 15, 2013 at 04:43 pm
Congress & Walkers have a lot in common. They're both brain dead. They're both mindless husksRead More of people following each other around aimlessly, and achieving nothing but harm and destruction. They both consume everything they see. They both act in a herd mentality. They both make a lot of noise and yet get nothing done. Walkers and Congress are both good at making a bloody mess out of things. And when they all gather together no good will come from it. And before people start jumping on me I'm talking about BOTH parties... But I'll give the Walkers one plus over Congress, at least they seem more organized and at least seem on the same page...
Susan MiJin Chang June 20, 2013 at 02:48 pm
I hope he does decide to film there. I wonder how you can go about finding a job with them. Anyone?Read More
Sassynurse June 21, 2013 at 10:31 am
He is such an amazing and talented person. I think it really shows his true character that he hasn'tRead More forgotten where he came from!! Others in Hollywood should take notice!
Rebecca Fouts June 23, 2013 at 08:49 pm
"Classic American Town" LMAO!!! Are you kidding!!? I grew up in the midwest and traveledRead More the entire US. Doylestown is anything BUT the "Classic American Town" - only if that town is full of doctors, lawyers, and CEO's who take their private plane to work each day. This series is suppose to be set in Idaho. Doylestown Main Street reminds me VERY little of a classic mid-western main street. It's too colonial/federal. Not a lot of field-stone buildings in most Idaho towns.