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  1. Cindy's Rooftop (12 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60603, atop the Chicago Athletic Club Hotel) for drinks. Dinner depends on genre or what you're in the mood to eat.
  2. I didn't add THOSE.
  3. A slight tweak. For MOP.
  4. 1) Basically, I'm asking how Cap & Bucky had such a major head start, but Tony showed up at the base just a few minutes after them.
  5. Minor quibbles, but . . . 1) Cap & Bucky took the Quinjet from the German airport fight and presumably headed straight for Siberia. Meanwhile, Stark was able to take Rhodey to the hospital, stand around during the MRI & testing, get a prognosis, take a helicopter to the Raft Prison, interrogate Falcon, and then fly to Siberia, arriving at the Hydra base shortly after Cap & Bucky start checking the place out. How? 2) We saw in CAWS how fast Cap can run--why couldn't he keep up with Black Panther and Bucky during the Bucharest tunnel chase?
  6. Collectors. People who like original artwork. Folks who prefer browsing their movies on a shelf rather than flipping through binders. Me. OCD types that need everything to be just so. Suckers for elaborate packaging. Those who intend to resell eventually. I dunno.
  7. Iron Maiden tomorrow night at United Center Coachella next week (free VIP/Artist passes through a buddy in the industry) Moderat/Telefon Tel Aviv in May . . . I think that's everything for the next few weeks.
  8. Depends on what you want. According to TechTimes.com, Target has the best Retailer Exclusive, which is pretty much 20 minutes of exclusive content. The others (Best Buy/Walmart) have cooler boxes, and one has a lithograph, but Target's the only one with additional footage/interviews/etc.
  9. 3 years ago, I visited Australia, New Zealand, and spent a few days in the Cook Islands, and did it all in about 26 days. It wasn't nearly enough time. If you're going to NZ, it's important to get a feel of both islands--beaches, glaciers, rivers, lush green hills, mountains, deserts, small lake towns, and big cities--you'll really want to explore it. In the case of each island, it's very manageable driving (even from the other side of the car). I'd say you could spend 15 days between the two islands and feel way too rushed. Previous poster said it: Queenstown is a MUST. And I love Wellington too. Re: AUS, I somewhat agree with JML--- I enjoyed Sydney and would never call it a #### hole, but it is very similar to NYC/London in overall vibe (though closer to beaches, so that's a plus). LOVED Melbourne--lots of charm to that town. Cairns was good--enjoyed the diving--but it can also feel a lot like a Florida tourist trap during Spring Break. I prefer NZ to AUS, but if you only have two weeks available, and AUS is on your bucket list (NZ should be), then stick with that one country and take the limited time to take in as much of it as you can. Hit up New Zealand next year.
  10. I'd be a lot harder on her.
  11. My folks used to have one in Orlando. Believe they sat with their lawyer and ultimately managed to ditch it via charity auction.
  12. I would love to participate, but will be way too busy in the following weeks to properly devote any time. Happy to be a judge, though.
  13. That's the plan. The Defenders.
  14. He never claimed it was best hair "metal," it's Hair Album. I'd argue Van Halen and a few other bands (KISS, NY Dolls, Free, etc.) could be considered, as Motley Crue, Dokken, Ratt, etc. arrived on the Strip wanting to BE the next Van Halen. Also, Pyromania should absolutely be Top 5.