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Werd2406

In related news, 67% of Blockbuster customers are idiots.

Baff

I find it amusing that aliens come in at only 56%, since that is the one thing on the list that is virtually a certainty.

Whether they have ever been to earth or are even aware it exists is another question. That I could see being 56%.

Firstlawofnature

Ghosts = soul = god. don't more than 2/3 of americans beleive in god? Wonder if Antioco's ghost still haunts BBI?

corey3rd

I've seen plenty of stores that are haunted by Blockbuster locations

d3vkit

Dang, my live bookmark cut it off just after 67% ... and I was hoping it was some sort of study about current price changes. Nice to see they are prioritizing here!

Now class, who here believes in GHOSTS?!?!

Gimme a break.

FredFredrickson

Seriously, though, who the hell actually believes in this stuff?

Edward R Murrow

Yeah, I think that the Blockbuster customers who believe in ghosts are the same folks who are Netflix customers that actually believe that Netflix will pay out $1 million on their goofy contest:
http://www.netflixprize.com/leaderboard

WeaselBuddha

Is it possible all of these ghosts are actually Blockbuster customer service people? When I used to visit their stores, when needing help, out of the corner of my eye, I would see these blue shirted people, but they would quickly disappear.

From Repo Man:

"You know the way everybody is into weirdness right now? Books in all the supermarkets about the Bermuda Triangle, UFO's, how the Mayans invented television, that kind of thing? Well the way I see it it's exactly the same. There ain't no difference between a flying saucer or a time machine."

"People get so hung up on specifics, they miss out on seeing the whole thing. Take South America for example. Every year in South America thousands of people turn up missing. Nobody knows where they go. They just disappear. But if you think for a minute, realize something: there had to be a time when there was no people right? Well, where did all these people come from? I'll tell you where: the future. Where did all these people disappear to: the past. How did they get there? Flying saucers, which are really, yeah, you got it: time machines."

Edward R Murrow

More great lines from Repo Man:

Otto: They don't pay bills in Russia, it's all free.
Bud: All free? Free my ass. What are you, a fuckin' commie? Huh?
Otto: No, I ain't no commie.
Bud: Well, you better not be. I don't want no commies in my car. No Christians either.

Miller: The more you drive, the less intelligent you are.

Miller: John Wayne was a fag.
All: The hell he was.
Miller: He was, too, you boys. I installed two-way mirrors in his pad in Brentwood, and he come to the door in a dress.

domc

Goes along with believing in religion too. Depending on your religion, you must believe in evil too. Movies seem to confirm or support the unreal demons, devils, ghosts and such.

superfunhappy

Blockbuster employees haunted by their loss of employment?

http://biz.yahoo.com/bizj/071011/1534510.html?.v=1

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