Scott Hardie | December 14, 2002
Since it was brought to my attention by one user, I was just wondering something. Does anybody realize that my slogan "if you've only checked it once today, you haven't checked it at all" is making fun of Disney? They used a very similar phrase to market "The Lion King" and other mid-nineties films in theaters. I ask because if you don't realize I'm saying it in parody of something, it just sounds really arrogant. :-|

Lori Lancaster | December 14, 2002
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