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October 15, 2010 at 4:53pm

The Prefunk: Click! Family Flick

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BRING ON THE WEEKEND >>>

Admittedly, I'm sick. I'm snotty. My throat hurts. And I'm not even at the office today.

Yet, The Prefunk - a regular weekend primer for you and your liver - waits for no one ... not even the sick. The show must go on - and so it will.

Above you'll find the prerequisite Prefunk picture of an alcoholic household pet. Below you'll find the usual wild, intoxicated ranting the Prefunk has become known for.

Enjoy.

Click! Family Flick: Casper @ The Grand Cinema

SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 10:30 A.M.

Really, truly, a person couldn't ask for more out of a local cable company. As gross and disgusting as the big name cable providers have become, Click! always seems to be there for Tacoma - the little guy, doing what's right. Hell! They even have billboards featuring Thane Davis and his wife, Patricia Lecy-Davis.

Direct TV, on the other hand, just has Beyonce and that gyrating "upgrade" jingle.

I hate that fucking jingle.

I'll take Click! any day.

Besides providing Tacomans with economical cable TV, however, Click! also regularly gives back and gets involved with the community.

Example: The Click! Family Flick at The Grand Cinema, an event that goes down every third Saturday morning of the month at Tacoma's favorite independent film house.

What's so cool about it?

Oh, nothing, except it offers your family a chance to go out to the movies ... for free!

That's right. Free!

This week Click! and The Grand offer up Casper, the classic family flick about the friendly but lonely young ghost who can't seem to help scaring people.

Casper, the friendly ghost / The friendliest ghost you know / Though grown-ups might
Look at him with fright / The children all love him so ... and now for free!

PREFUNK: OK, it might not necessarily be the "coolest" move in the book, but in this age of understanding surely Click! and The Grand realize the families come in all shapes and sizes. Just because you live all by yourself in some empty beer can filled apartment in the Stadium District, sleep until 3 p.m. most days all by yourself, and haven't felt the touch of another human being for at least five months (since your last yearly physical), it doesn't mean you and your collection of action figures don't constitute a family.

I say round up all the still-packaged Luke Skywalker figurines, catch breakfast at the Hob Nob, then walk on down to The Grand with your "family" (read: action figure collection) and take advantage of Click!'s free family flick

Note: The event is limited to the first hundred in attendance, so please leave the Wookie collection at home. That would be stretching it. No need to be rude.

See you next week.

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Renagade Bikes, said on Oct. 15, 2010 at 5:48pm

lol, this is all good, We went to this one weekend when the movie BABE was playing, but first we went to the dollar store and got treats and snacks, Well we bought our popcorn and soda and got our seat's, Mine was on the End, and sshhh the movie started, Well I was snacking on some chips and so on when I felt a nudge on my foot, It was a Dog, [a service dog] well guess he was looking for some snacks to, So The dog and I were snacking when the MGR. put the flash light on us and asked my self and the owner of the dog to leave, Well I thought to my self Turn out we were asked to leave not for eating the shacks but for Eating the Pork Fried Rinds, Go figure.

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