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Drive-in theatres Corn on the cob with no pesky silk! This show is giving me agita Owner of a lonely heart ANTZ! Have you spent more, less, or the same since lockdown? Whoa, it's almost chilly here! 🎉 Anyone here like or make sauerkraut or other fermented veggies? Coronavirus Toilet Paper Calculator! When you watch a movie or TV show now ... View all posts >


As with the OP, It's a good thing to research first, especially if you're from a younger generation. The term rainmaker, from which "make it rain" derives, is quite old. A century or more before Jeezy. It comes from American native Americans and dates back to the 1700s: rainmaker[ reyn-mey-ker ]SHOW IPA noun (among American Indians) a medicine man who by various rituals and incantations seeks to cause rain. a person who induces rainfall by using various scientific techniques, as the seeding of clouds with silver iodide crystals from an airplane. Slang. an executive or lawyer with exceptional ability to attract clients, use political connections, increase profits, etc. What Is a Rainmaker? Jan 30, 2020 - A rainmaker is any person who brings clients, money, business, or even intangible prestige to an organization based solely on his or her associations and contacts. The rainmaker is usually regarded highly within the company by other employees and is a key figure like a principal, partner, or executive. History matters. Oh yes. He's been in some terrible movies, but he's also been in some great ones and given great performances. ^ This. 😬 Give it up already. I don't know why, but this scene from Moonstuck has always stood out as making me long to eat this, which I've never done, despite it being a simple thing to make: Part of it's the kitchen, which I love, and having someone else make it for me, I guess. Holy [email protected], DiCaprio looks and sounds like he's 12 years old in that clip! I don't remember him seeming like a kid when I saw it. 😂 Not even with a British accent. I don't think it can be narrowed down to one, but if I have to, yeah it'd be Dirty Harry. But also his many spaghetti westerns, Play Misty for Me, Gran Torino (he was excellent in that), and The Bridges of Madison County. You hid in the trunk of a car to get in?? 😄 That sounds scary to me, like being a character in a movie. I do remember drive-ins being cheap as far as how much it cost for it being $X for an entire car load, which usually meant a family, although I have no idea exactly what that cost per family or car-load. The same one here I'm talking about, or at least as far as I know it's the same one, also turned into a swap meet on weekends. Maybe that's common. Wouldn't surprise me if it were. 2-3 hours away, that's a long ways away. No pizza in the snack bar, eh? That's the main food I remember. That and Coke. View all replies >