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Originally Posted by zeg

I was picking my wife up at LAX and as I waited for her by the baggage carousel, when a familiar-looking face caught the corner of my eye.  I turned to see Jack Bauer walking toward me---not what you want to see when you're at the airport!  Anyway, Kiefer Sutherland had apparently been on her flight from Montreal.  Fun coincidence.

I felt the same way just after I saw 'Snakes On A Plane'....Samuel L. Jackson was with my wife and I in the airline's lounge at London Heathrow waiting for a flight. I bet anyone that recognised him on his flight to Italy were thankful he was onboard

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Originally Posted by sean_miller

A lot of people are addicted to Tim Horton's (I boycotted them years ago) or maybe they're addicted to the drive-through exhaust fumes?!?


I always laugh at people in the drive through. They wait for 15 minutes in line when they could walk inside. I don't get it.

Tim Horton's food sucks. Period. I am addicted to the coffee because it costs me $1.70 for an XL coffee. It's actually not even good coffee, but there is no way I would spend $5 each morning on a decent coffee at a small chain barista.

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