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(des moines register)   Time running out for Hollywood to blow up an Iowa town   (desmoinesregister.com) divider line 9
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2001-08-28 11:01:51 AM
You know it would be a REALLY good movie if they pounded out a script within one week JUST to take advantage of a town blowing up...I see Mr. T, Scott Baio, and Corbin Bernsen starring!
 
2001-08-28 11:09:27 AM
I'll chip in $5 if I can get to watch some town blow up.
 
2001-08-28 11:13:17 AM
They should get Walken to dance through the demolition site.
 
2001-08-28 12:12:55 PM
"...rains pushed the Volga and nearby Honey Creek over two protective dikes in May 1999..."

That's what they get for being politically correct and using dikes instead of men.
 
2001-08-28 12:51:04 PM
Why not just blow up Iowa?
 
2001-08-28 04:03:07 PM
why don't they sell the chance to blow it up to the navy since they lost that island to shoot at. or the air force could carpet bomb it for practice. when opportunity knocks, answer the damn door.
 
2001-08-28 06:49:48 PM
you know, i could write a script that would take advantage of this. here's the basic concept: a few stoners decide to blow up their town. they walk around and blow everything up.

hey, it's already better than most of the stuff hollywood puts out.
 
2001-08-28 07:51:35 PM
If they can make a Crazy Taxi: The Movie, then this obviously needs to become Blast Corps: The Movie. Anyone remember that game?
 
2001-08-28 11:22:55 PM
Why not just leave it as a ghost town?
Let it rot and people will come visit.
 
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