What do movies have in common?
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts and Golden Globe awards have been announced, and the Oscar winners will be named Sunday.
Question: What do the following films have in common aside from already receiving BAFTA picks and Oscar nominations for best films of the year -- "Atonement," "No Country for Old Men" and "There will be Blood"?
Answer: Unless you're willing to wait until each is released on DVD, you won't be able to see them in Rock Hill.
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However, we will have a fine selection of adult drivel and children's movies.
USC has good mascot
In response to the letter from Pat McMurray, "University chose a strange mascot," he needs to get the facts correct before he starts writing letters.
It seems to me that the Gamecocks got the name from Gen. Thomas Sumter who was called the "Fighting Gamecock." They were also called the Fighting Gamecocks by the media back in the early 1900s, and the name stuck with them. At least they were not called the Tigers, which I would believe that the writer of the previous letter must be a fan of.
The letter also said that Michael Vick should move down here, which gives the impression that the writer must have moved down here to South Carolina also. I always say, if you don't like it here -- move.
As far as USC getting it, I think we got it. Go Cocks