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Old 06-14-2009, 01:37 PM   #26
Cant Stop Modding Fat Cars w/ Cheap Pasts!
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Originally Posted by marco712 View Post
exampe... john cho in Star Trek! since when the hell did sulu do all that fancy fighting?
u didnt watch the original series did u?

and yeah you gotta know ppl and know when to bend over

in terms of being an Extra.... there's no point at all from what i hear from extras, unless you just want to meet a lot of hot chicks (who are there only trying to bend over for industry ppl)
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