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-Tracy Jordan, 30 Rock

Monday, March 9, 2009

FBI Profiling via Netflix Queue

If the FBI conducts threat profiling solely based on Netflix queues (and I'm guessing they might), I may be soon heading out on an all expenses paid trip to Guantanamo Bay.

More often than not, I end up sending all three of my movies in at once... Not that I watch all three in a sitting, but I tend to forget to send them in, thereby turning a membership-based service into my own personal economic stimulus package. (I provide similar stimulus to my gym as well.) Anyway, so a few days ago, I went to the mailbox and found the following three movies glaring at my from the dark depths of my spider-infested mailbox: Horton Hears a Hoo, SawV, and My Best Friend's Girl.

I'll provide full movie reviews soon, but for now, let me just say that the thought of having to watch "My Best Friend's Girl" again if far more terrifying than any of the torture scenes depicted in "SawV". On a related note, a whole crate full of this movie was just mailed to Guantanamo. Apparently forced viewings have been found to be 78% more effectove than waterboarding.

2 comments:

shamalam said...

You know I wonder the same thing as each individual disc for the 3 seasons of Weeds shows up, interspersed with Nims Island, Snow Buddies and Underdog.

At least I'll know someone in Cuba... do you think they'd let me bring sunscreen... I don't do so well in the hot sun.

Hi, my name is Brian, and this is my blog said...

Don't worry, the gov't supplies sunscreen to all the redheaded Irish folks currently staying at Camp G'tmo...