Very cool bladerunner..very cool! was it a speaking part? I worked in the motion picture TV industry for a little more than a year as a security guard on set in 2000 & '01..
You should post that in the Movies in General thread.
For equation...he can pick his new girlfriend out of this lot!
CHANGSHA, CHINA - MARCH 14: Volunteers hold sex products during a demonstration of how to spot fake and inferior sex products at a shopping mall on March 14, 2012 in Changsha, China. China marks World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) on March 15 each year, aiming to protect consumer rights and interests. The theme for WCRD 2012 is 'Our money, our rights: campaigning for real choice in financial services'.
A Chinese traffic policeman mans the junction to the Communist Party provincial headoffice in Chongqing on March 15, 2012, the office of Bo Xilai, until now a rising political star known for busting gangs and reviving Maoist ideals. Bo, the charismatic former head of China's Chongqing city, attracts fascination and scorn in equal measure, and had been seen as a leading contender to access the top rungs of power in China, but in a dramatic reversal of fortune, he was sacked as Chongqing head after being embroiled in a rare public scandal.
This photo taken on March 14, 2012, shows Chongqing Party Secretary Bo Xilai during the closing ceremony of the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Bo Xilai, the charismatic but controversial Communist Party leader of China's Chongqing metropolis, has been removed from his post, the state news agency Xinhua said. The move, which comes ahead of a major leadership transition in China's ruling party later this year, follows weeks of intense speculation about Bo's future after a key aide reportedly tried to defect to the United States.
An official with the Food and Drug Administration covers his nose from the unpleasant smell from over 50 tons of confiscated fake medicine to be destroyed during a campaign to mark World Consumer Rights Day in Beijing, Thursday March 15, 2012. (AP Photo)
Workers attach milking machine cups to cows in the milking shed of the 35-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Hangu County, near the city of Tangshan around 250km (155 miles) east of Beijing March 15, 2012. With more than 3,000 cows imported from New Zealand, the farm now produces nearly 100,000 litres of milk per day and around 28 million litres of milk per year for the domestic market. The farm is a feedlot system with the animals housed in barns and feed bought from local farmers. Fonterra, which controls 30% of the world's dairy exports and is New Zealand's largest company, has shifted to direct production in China after formula sold by its Chinese partner was found in 2008 to be laced with melamine, an industrial chemical added to low-quality or diluted milk to give misleadingly high protein readings.
This photo dated June 29, 2011 shows a Chinese woman carries a protrait of Bo Xilai, until now a rising political star known for busting gangs and reviving Maoist ideals, after one of the 'red' culture sessions where workers gather to sing revolutionary songs. Bo, the charismatic former head of China's Chongqing city, attracts fascination and scorn in equal measure, and had been seen as a leading contender to access the top rungs of power in China, but in a dramatic reversal of fortune, he was sacked as Chongqing head on March 15 after being embroiled in a rare public scandal.
IUZHOU, CHINA - MARCH 14: Officers of Administration for Industry and Commerce destroy fake cigarettes on March 14, 2012 in Liuzhou, China. China marks World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) on March 15 each year, aiming to protect consumer rights and interests. The theme for WCRD 2012 is 'Our money, our rights: campaigning for real choice in financial services'.
HEIHE, CHINA - MARCH 14: Law enforcement officials destroy fake cigarettes on March 14, 2012 in Heihe, China.
A Chinese woman poses for photos near a sculpture depicting the Chinese yuan note at an art district in Beijing, China, Thursday, March 15, 2012. The head of China's central bank said Monday it has room to ease lending curbs to support economic growth but any changes would be gradual.
XUCHANG, CHINA - MARCH 15: Firefighters destroy illegal fire extinguishers on March 15, 2012 in Xuchang, China. China marks World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD) on March 15 each year, aiming to protect consumer rights and interests.
Police officers escort a man who protests with his iMac outside an Apple store on Consumer Protection Day in Shanghai, China, Thursday, March 15, 2012. The man claimed the store had refused to repair a claimed fault with his iMac under warranty, and demanded Apple recall the iMac and offer consumers an apology. China marks Consumer Protection Day on March 15.
Li Na of China returns a shot to Angelique Kerber of Germany during their women's single quarterfinal match at the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on March 14, 2012 in Indian Wells, California.
Hong Kong chief executive candidate and former Hong Kong chief secretary Henry Tang poses for a picture with a young supporter while greeting people in the streets of Hong Kong on March 14, 2012. Thousands of pro-democracy activists took to the streets of Hong Kong earlier this month demanding universal suffrage and expressing anger at the city's system of choosing its chief executive. The election will be held on March 25, 2012.
Rescuers search for the missing people after a passenger ship (Ferry) sank in the Xunjiang River in Guiping City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, March 15, 2012. A cargo ship loaded with porcelain clay collided with a passenger ship on the Xunjiang river on Sunday. The death toll has risen to 14 after one more body was retrieved Thursday. A total of 28 people were rescued following the accident, although six remain missing, the local government said. Four people have been detained in connection with a Sunday boat collision that left 14 people dead and six missing in the city of Guiping in south China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, local authorities said Thursday. (Xinhua/Huang Xiaobang)