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Deal of the Day: 24 Jun. 13th, 2012 @ 12:58 am
airolf
24: Complete Series DVD boxset is today's deal-of-the-day for $114.99.

Free shipping, of course.

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Deal-of-the-Day: 24: The Complete Series Dec. 14th, 2010 @ 10:41 am
airolf
24: The Complete Series DVD set is the deal-of-the-day today. All eight seasons in a shiny gift box are $139.99. Free shipping and all that jazz.

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Chasegiving: This holiday, donate from someone else's pocket Dec. 4th, 2009 @ 03:06 am
airolf
Have you heard of the Chase Community Giving campaign? Chase is giving away $5 million. They are giving one charity $1 million grants and 5 charities will receive $100,000 each.

All you have to do is become a fan of their fanpage and vote for your favorite charity to win. You can only vote once per charity. You get 20 votes to distribute at your own discretion.

I voted for Coast to Coast Dachshund Rescue, which is my all-time favorite charity as that is from where I adopted Boscoe. They are a wonderful 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that saves hundreds of dachshund and dachshund mixes every year.

I also voted for Bill Buchanan's James Morrison's charity of choice - Foundation Thinkagain.

If you have a Facebook account, please, please, PLEASE vote in Chasegiving! It doesn't cost you a thing, but can give the charity of your choice much needed funds.

If you are not sure which charities deserve your vote, please consider voting for the two I listed above!

Have a favorite charity you'd like me to vote for?
If you are not sure which charities deserve your vote, please consider voting for the two I listed above.

Have a favorite charity you'd like me to vote for? Comment with suggestions over at my on my LJ.
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24: 7x13 ramblings Mar. 9th, 2009 @ 10:48 pm
airolf
I'd rather not talk about it!Collapse )

Generally, the writing of each episode has been solid and has drastically improved over season 6 and even over some of the other seasons (2 and 3, for example). The overall storyarc has been smoothly transitioning from one storyline into the next without abrupt, sudden turnarounds as is usually the case for 24. Each episode makes me respect the writing staff of the show and makes me hold my breadth till the end of the season, hoping that the following episode will just be as good as this one. So far I haven't been disappointed.

Roger Cross in a TV Movie! Jan. 15th, 2009 @ 03:39 pm
vic2690
Roger Cross, who played Curtis Manning on 24..is starring in a new movie called What Color is Love on Lifetime Movie Network with Jennifer Finnigan, from Crossing Jordan, and Doug Savant from Desperate Housewives. Cross plays a basketball star who gets into a custody battle for his son.
Check it out the trailer www.youtube.com/watch ...and more info on the movie www.lmn.tv/movies/details.php




Other entries
» jumbo podcast review of Season 6, every episode, plus Redemption
jumbo podcast, 24 Season 6 Plus Redemption - review of every episode of Season 6, plus the Redemption 24 movie, 1 hour, 20 min, 24 sec podcast episode ...  or, just the review of 24: Redemption at 6 mins...


» reviews of 24, Season 6, and Redemption
reviews of 24, Season 6, every episode, and Redemption, at Infinite Regress

» Pre-Black Friday 24 deals on Amazon
Although, it's not the anticipated $15/season sale, 24 is being sold for under $20 bucks a season now:
24 - Season One is $19.99
24 - Season Two is now $19.99
24 - Season Three is now $19.99
24 - Season Four is now $19.99
24 - Season Five is now $19.99
24 - Season Six is now $19.99

Does anyone know of the $15/season sale anywhere else? Maybe with this year's economy, it's just not going to happen?

Perhaps it's time I finally got the rerelease of season 1 (I still refuse to spend money on season 6).

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» 24: Redemption review
My reactions to the TV movie event of 2008.
» Exclusive 24: Redemption photos and behind-the-scenes video on Photobucket
24: Redemption photos



The 2-Hour movie will be on Fox on November 23, 2008 at 8:00 p.m. and the DVD will be released on November 25, 2008.
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