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It's Complicated
Are you a Netflix member?
YES INDEED! BUT UPSET IF NETFLIX DOES NOT IMPROVE ON GETTING COMPLETE COLLECTIONS
A Small Set Of My Favorite Movies
For Old Movies it would be Imitation of Life. Peyton Place,Just about al the old black and white movies ae my favorites.
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
I do not snack at movies or go to movies. I don't even go to movies. I wait until it is on DVD or TV
Are you a Netflix employee?
a) No.
About Me:
Just the 50 year old average gay guy who love all types of movies particular if it has Bette Davis and or Joan Crawford

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