And that is how it will be,,,, forever
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Now for the plot. Highly poisonous snakes are unleashed on an unsuspecting plane load of passengers by a criminal in an attempt to kill a key witness to keep him from testifying (could that sentence BE any longer?!!) If you want a serious film with a poignant message, then stay away from this film!! If you want pure entertainment, then this is the film for you. This film is full of thrills, screams, and just plain fun. It's not meant to be taken seriously. Yes, at times, it's totally predictable, but it was still well worth my entertainment dollar. Lots of times Saturday night, I found myself with my knees tucked up to my chin, clutching Casey's arm, wondering if the plane would crash and kill everyone or if the snakes would get everyone first. I don't recommend it for anyone with a phobia of snakes. I can also say, the fact that it was set in a plane that was in trouble made Casey (horrible phobia of flying) sweat it a little bit. In the very end, I had a fantastic time. I can also say that I'd be willing to go back again, especially with someone who hasn't seen it yet. When it comes right down to it, I was entertained. I had good company, good popcorn, and I left the theatre happy. That's what makes it a winner in my book. I say go see it and be happy!! Snakes also has a great soundtrack. Stick around during the credits to see the music video for the movie theme. The Snakes On A Plane website is great too! It has clips from the soundtrack, downloads, merchandise, and things like this:
1. Cutest Tail - Owners up to 12 yrs.
2. Cutest Tail - Owners up to 12 to 18 yrs.
3. Cutest Tail - Owners 18 yrs. and over. 4. Color Class - Owners up to 12 yrs. (can be unusual or just very pretty vibrant or exceptional pretty regular colors). 5. Color Class - Owners 12 - 18 yrs. 6. Color Class - Owners 18 yrs. and over. 7. Critter Class - Furry pets (open to any furry pet other than dogs.) 8. Critter Class - Non furry pets (open to any pet such as iguana, snake, lizard, etc.) 9. Costume Class - Owners up to 12 yrs. 10. Costume Class - Owners 12- 18 yrs. 11. Costume Class - Owners 18 yrs. and over.
12. Adopt Me Class - These dogs need a new mommy or daddy!
13. Humane Society Alumni - Only for dogs that have been adopted through the Humane Society or a Shelter.
14. Best Trick
15. Puppy Class - Puppies under 9 months.
16. Ugliest Dog - We mean this in the most loving way!
17. Prettiest Dog - Children and pets up to 12 yrs.
18. Prettiest Dog - Children and pets 12 - 18 yrs.
19. Prettiset Dog - Adults 18 and over.
20. Cutest Dog - Children & pets up to 12 yrs.
21. Cutest Dog - Children and pets 12 - 18 yrs.
22. Cutest Dog - Owners 18 yrs. and over.
23. I Look Like My Dog - All ages.
24. Special Needs Dogs - Only for dogs missing a leg, eye, etc, or anything that makes them qualify special needs.
25. Best In Show - 1st place winners from all other classes.
2nd ANNUAL CELEBRATION PET DAY Saturday, October 14, 2006 10:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Bedford County Agricultural Center Benefits the Shelbyville-Bedford County Humane Association Come join us for a day of family fun. Star Wars Character Meet and Greet, Programs, Dog Show, Games, Food, Vendors, and Fun!! FREE ADMISSION!!! Donations appreciated. ALL dogs welcome that are leashed and up to date on vaccinations!! For information contact the Shelbyville-Bedford County Humane Association at (931) 684-KIND or e-mail SBCHA@hotmail.com
August 4, 2006 WASHINGTON – The Humane Society of the United States praised the U.S. Senate for unanimously approving a Senate substitute to H.R. 3858, the Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards (PETS) Act, just before adjourning for the August recess. H.R. 3858, as originally introduced in the House, was approved by that chamber in May by an overwhelming vote of 349 to 24. The PETS Act, introduced in the House by U.S. Reps. Tom Lantos (D-CA) and Chris Shays (R-CT) and in the Senate by U.S. Senators Ted Stevens (R-AK) and Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), will require local and state disaster plans to include provisions for household pets and service animals in the event of a major disaster or emergency. As this year's hurricane season approached, The HSUS had lobbied Congress and mounted a national advertising campaign to pass this legislation quickly to keep people and pets together next time disaster strikes. "The House and Senate have taken an important step in ensuring that Americans will never again be forced to make an impossibly difficult choice: leave their animal behind while they flee a disaster or take their chances by staying in a disaster-stricken area with their pet," said Wayne Pacelle, HSUS president and CEO. "We are grateful to Senators Stevens and Lautenberg and Representatives Lantos and Shays for championing this important legislation. We hope it will soon be on its way to President Bush, who said during Hurricane Katrina that he would be sure to take his dog, Barney, if he was forced to evacuate."To read the full artcle, click HERE. If you wrote to your legislators about this issue, please take a minute to drop them and say thanks!!