To quote Shrill Hill 'Tom Hanks, Bill Murray. What difference does it make?"
You're right, Tammy. Butt out .
I said I fell like Tom Hanks, because he was dropped and they hired Bill Murray to play the part of Phil Connors.
There were 36 distinct days shown in the movie.
Bill Murray mentioned he'd been "stabbed, shot, poisoned, frozen, hung, electrocuted, and burned," though only electrocution was shown in the movie; adding the 6 other methods of death provides a minimum of 42 days.
He mentions it takes about six months to become an expert at throwing cards, so add another 182 days (according to Google calculator that's about how long 6 months is) to give us 224 days. He also obviously spent time learning the exact timing needed to rob the armored truck, but since he spent only 4-5 hours a day working on card throwing, it's conceivable he could have overlap and do those both during the same days.-Ja Kitos Professional Zombie Hunter
Should have listened to yourself.
I told myself that I would stay out of this, but I have to point out that it was Bill Murray in "Groundhog Day," not Tom Hanks.
That is not true votesmary. They reduced a half billion dollar budget. They were playing for generals and served very few. It is an excellent cost saving matter that had Democratic support.
Tucson voters need to know what Martha McSally actually stands for. Supporting Donald Trump and his radical views. has Martha ever told the voters how she had voted? NO. She voted to defund all Military bands and the choirs. Most American enjoy them. But McSally won and they will no longer be apart of the great American life. Martha ads talks about here family, her military life. Nothing is said what she truly stand for. OH yeah, more border protection. All the GOP stand for that. They have for decades. But its been all talk and not action from The GOP. Tucson, AZ and America needs a congress that stands for something. The past five years its been doing nothing under right wing conservatives. NOTHING for America.
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