Greg Zimmerman

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Location: VA
Birthday: Aug. 9
In My Own Words:
Hello, my name is Greg Zimmerman. I have been a loyal writer foe many different items during my tenure at I live in Viginia and just finished up school. I'm taking the summer off to find a good job while spending part time work taking care of an online business that I recently started up.

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24: Season Two <b>DVD</b> ~ Kiefer Sutherland
24: Season Two DVD ~ Kiefer Sutherland
Season 2 of "24" takes place right where season one left off. Dealing with the tragic death of his wife, Jack Bauer is
know confronted with more terrible news that sets up another plot for a 24 hour race against the clock. Unlike in its
debut season, the story line for the second year doesn't take a long progress. Its action is seen immediately and its
impact is dominate. Alarmed that Los Angeles is under a terrorist's threat, Bauer is now assigned the mission to
stop a nuclear bomb planted in the city of angels.
Season 2 follows the same formula that made its debut season worthy of viewing. The characters are intact and even showcase symptoms of true… Read more
24: Season One <b>DVD</b> ~ Kiefer Sutherland
24: Season One DVD ~ Kiefer Sutherland
5.0 out of 5 stars "24" SEASON 1, May 27 2004
"24" always seemed to puncture stereotypes of dramitic television. It comes in with a tacit whisper but ends solely on the face of combat. In its first season, the aboveboard objective never seemed out of focus. Terrorism in the hands of script-writers planning its every breaking maneuver to oust the Presidency of the United States. Rigid and thought provoking that lasted for a good twenty-four hour marathon.
Kiefer Sutherland's protagonist, "Jack Bauer" brought the demeanor of John McClane to a whole new generation. The spirit that is somehow incisive and diverting will never fail with an audience. Sutherland's ability to take Bauer and sculpt him into
the ordinary man doing… Read more
One Moment More (W/1 Bonus Track) ~ Mindy Smith
Mindy Smith broke onto our radar earlier this year with her unbelievale cover of Dolly Parton's "Jolene". One listen, might had you thinking she wrote the damn song herself. Her eloquence and poise sharply captured the undiminished beauty of the song. That being said, her debut record might just be one of this years greatest achievements.
There is a dark line of insanity that exhibits in her music. It's honesty in a form that almost seems pathetic. Someone this young would seem to have the burden of infamy thrust upon them. She however, avoids certain stereotypes and causes a massive explosion of musical independence. It's almost impossible for me to believe that beneath this album… Read more