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Dana Jean

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I love little people too. Not all of them mind you, some can be straight up rat bastids.
I love the Roloffs and those L.A. gals to be more specific. Oh and Peter Dinklage. I fell in love with him when I saw him in The Station Agent a few years ago. Bet I could find that on HULU, Netflix, or Amazon. Bet Comcast doesn't have it.

The Station Agent (2003) - IMDb
The Station Agent is a very quiet, understated movie. I loved it. And I think he is a very talented actor.

I love the LA little people. Used to love the Roloffs, but tired of them. Love the New York little people and I love the Atlanta little people.

I think I have a thing for little people.
 
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Patricia A

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The Station Agent is a very quiet, understated movie. I loved it. And I think he is a very talented actor.

I love the LA little people. Used to love the Roloffs, but tired of them. Love the New York little people and I love the Atlanta little people.

I think I have a thing for little people.
After watching the reality shows about their lives I realized how they have to continually adjust every single thing just to live a day. I had no idea.
They have to be tough, and be pretty thick skinned.
Like when they go places people want to rub their heads and take pictures of them like they are not even real folks. I'd probably be a very bad little person in that respect. I think I'd get right pi$$y if some random person rubbed my head.
 
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Dana Jean

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After watching the reality shows about their lives I realized how they have to continually adjust every single thing just to live a day. I had no idea.
They have to be tough, and be pretty thick skinned.
Like when they go places people want to rub their heads and take pictures of them like they are not even real folks. I'd probably be a very bad little person in that respect. I think I'd get right pi$$y if some random person rubbed my head.
ABsolutely. And, when I have a tough day or don't feel like moving, I think about how difficult it is for them to get around, how the world makes it difficult to fit in. But, with all their surgeries and all their challenges, they are out there just living it up. I love that.

Makes me get up off my azz
 
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ABsolutely. And, when I have a tough day or don't feel like moving, I think about how difficult it is for them to get around, how the world makes it difficult to fit in. But, with all their surgeries and all their challenges, they are out there just living it up. I love that.

Makes me get up off my azz
In the same interview, Dinklage said that his parents treated him just like his sibs--no special accommodation. They told him that since he couldn't count on anyone making allowances for his size, he had to learn to do what he could to adjust. Not being mean, just being practical. It sounds harsh, maybe, but I imagine it made him tough and inventive.
 

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The bro and I (my housemate) ditched our DISH Network service in May and went with a local cable service, who also furnish our Internet. Fewer channels persuaded me to go with both Netflix and Hulu, along with a Roku box for the bedroom.

Don't plan on giving up Hulu anytime soon.
 
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