Hall It used to be that if you wanted to find out who owned your mortgage, you could go to the office of your local register of deeds, the final authority on questions of property ownership. But when banks set up their own private registration system to help them bundle and resell mortgages in a whirlwind of securities exchanges, the land offices of record had no hope of keeping up. And when some banks later foreclosed on many of those properties, often cutting corners or worse - creating phony documents - it left register of deeds offices across Wisconsin awash in forged and fraudulent documents.
Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": During Seagal Month, he doesn't even bother learning the names of Steven Seagal 's characters, just referring to each of them as Seagal. FB refuses to call him that so he sticks to Snipes. In the The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning review, Film Brain and Welshy declare the names of the four deadmeat young people aren't worth learning and refer to them as Deadmeat 1, Deadmeat 2, etc.
In his Blade Trinity review, when he mentions that Wesley Snipes didn't do any ADR for the moviehe claims that while it's "Seagal-level bad", Seagal had the decency to never pull something like that in his theatrical released movies. Everything's Better with Monkeys: Film Brain facetiously cites this trope in reference to the monkey slapping scene in Night at the Museum 2.
For obvious reasons, this is something of a Pet-Peeve Trope with him.
Tim Allen in a speedo. Some of the messages he's pointed out include Film Brain was not happy about this one. Also strikes a chord when he did that review as he lost someone to suicide, and genuinely hated the movie unlike most others he reviews.
I think I found a film even more morally repugnant than Seven Pounds. And everything that does contain has to be censored, for the children! Film Brain points out that this is the biggest problem of the opening of Seven Pounds.
Loves to call out the really obvious ones. Two years later, and he finally has reviewed it. Revenge of the Fallenhe replaces his poster of the first Transformers and puts up a poster for the maligned film Gamerwhich he the later reviews.
During his crossover review of Big Momma's House: Three months later, he and Todd do just that. Pointed out that the dad's list of "do not do that" actions in Project X were essentially a laundry list of what was going to happen.
When characters are rushing into marriage Christmas with the Kranks, When in RomeMathew will tell them to slow down a bit. In the Van Helsing review: Celluloid has an orange one. When Ludacris show up with one in 2 Fast 2 Furious, Film Brain says that he was named after his hair.Monthly Analyses of Energy Stocks by Kurt H.
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ACTG CASE 1 Buck’s Dilemma Overview As Buck’s Hunting Equipment, Inc. (Buck) has came to an exciting phase of growth and development, a new complexity involving the assignment and presentation of its borrowing and payment activity as it relates to the revolving line of .
The Associated Press delivers in-depth coverage on today's Big Story including top stories, international, politics, lifestyle, business, entertainment, and more. Oct 12, · Buck’s Hunting Equipment Inc. (“Buck”) is a retailer of hunting equipment, hunting apparel, and outdoor accessories.
Buck’s operations are based in Pittsburgh, PA, with retail stores located in the nearby suburbs and throughout southwestern timberdesignmag.com: Resolved. Sidenote. Another accounting of these waves is from Chris Freeman and Francisco Louçã’s As Time Goes By: From the Industrial Revolutions to the Information Revolution..
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