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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by RICK BOND, May 6, 2019.
Ah damn. I checked my phone which looked the same as I remembered it. Check in Apple TV and it’s HD. Ah well.
As Johnny would say to the great Senor Wences, "Is obvious to you, for me ess not so much"
O my god.
Also “eezy for u deefecult for me”
Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore.
It's "Toto I've got a feeling were not in Kansas anymore"
It’s “Toto I’ve a feeling...”
Actually, it's "Toto I have a feeling we're not in Kansasa anymore"
To my old ears, she says Toto I have a feeling.
Actually it’s. “Yo yo Dog. We ain’t in KC no more”
My ears are telling me she says "I have a feeling".
This line is one of the most misquoted lines of all time.
No it's not. "Misquoting" doesn't have to do with getting every word EXACTLY right as it was in the original version it's about context and meaning. And when people people say "I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore" they're not misquoting the sentiment or the meaning of the statement. Whether they say, I have or I've or I've got -- makes no difference. This is just people trying to prove how smart and expert they are on any given subject which is what the internet is all about. What we need is an announcement from Warner Brothers to get the subject back to the disc.
You're not old!
"Yo Dog. We ain’t in KC no mo." LMFAO