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    07-10-2024, 06:51 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    we're almost through the round of 32. I didn't enter mork into the tournament. think he deserves a late entry? even if I could play a musical...
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    07-10-2024, 06:43 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    I wonder if I miss some of my childhood pants. maybe not the bell bottomed ones so much though. "When the whole world is running towards a cliff,...
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    07-10-2024, 06:41 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    danik---tailor is a closet Madonna fan! podium girl (its a professional bike racing thing that unfortunately recently went the way of the...
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    07-10-2024, 06:37 AM
    this came to me last night---I think when I read a book from which a movie has been made, but I haven't seen the movie, the characters in the book...
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    07-10-2024, 06:31 AM
    he's in his 70s I think. I have noticed over the past few years he sometimes struggles just a little bit with commentary but to me he's still the...
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    07-07-2024, 09:40 AM
    one other important thing being sick brings (or should bring) to a person, is a heightened sense of empathy for others who are suffering---especially...
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    07-06-2024, 09:04 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    alan watts was credited for being an inspiration for the john Travolta character in Saturday night fever! “The only pants you’ll find on mountain...
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    07-06-2024, 08:58 AM
    i'll look forward to your views on the casting. that sounds like a good read. ive seen books by lehane out there when I used-book shop. i'll...
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    07-06-2024, 08:51 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    old age are we there?
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    07-06-2024, 08:48 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    I remember those episodes too tailor---I wonder if they are on any of the free tv sites I use. i'll let you know if I find it. oh, totally marvin...
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    07-03-2024, 10:03 AM
    I think there were lots of characters who could be played by other actors, but Stanley tucci did a great job with Caesar and its hard to imagine a...
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    07-03-2024, 10:00 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    I have wild strawberry plants growing in a couple different places on my property danik. they are little itty bitty things, but they taste just as...
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    07-03-2024, 09:58 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    you know, its been years since ive read the hunchback of notre dame but I don't recall hugo ever having quaisimodo change his pants. maybe that's why...
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    07-03-2024, 09:54 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    id say space travel, especially if there are other places with life, and it can be done quickly. time travel, while absolutely fascinating and...
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    06-30-2024, 08:24 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    I went to a laser light show to pink Floyd music in the early 80s! not a planetarium, just on a screen, but still fantastic. so it was apparently a...
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    06-30-2024, 08:15 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    “Knowing others is intelligence; knowing pants is true wisdom." --lau tzu ah, Chinese philosophy is as inscrutable as ever!
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    06-30-2024, 08:12 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! deserted island (Gilligan!) I don't typically shop at either of the two grocery stores (wayyyy too expensive)...
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    06-29-2024, 07:27 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    yes, apparently changing pants is an example of the quote "variety is the spice of life." “Sometimes life is going to hit you in the pants with a...
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    06-29-2024, 07:22 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    my mother was a big mtm fan, so I have fond memories of it in that regard. ive not seen Quigley tailor---I wonder if that should be on my list of...
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    06-29-2024, 07:16 AM
    when you read hunger games were you picturing Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss? or Donald Sutherland as president snow?
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    06-29-2024, 07:13 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    have never had mango juice danik, but I do like mangos, andddddd I have some mango green tea that I like. ive heard/read that before about...
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    06-26-2024, 08:06 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    personally speaking, id have to go with "too warm" because I have this wonderful pond perfectly suitable for such occasions. plus, economically, "too...
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    06-26-2024, 08:01 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    dress for the job you want! “I mean, I have the feeling that something in my pants is poisoning everything else.”--Vladimir Nabokov
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    06-26-2024, 07:52 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    thanks danik---so far, todays the best day yet! fruit juice grapes my favorite, but pineapple and grapefruit are great treats also. and apple...
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    06-25-2024, 05:40 PM
    field of dreams is one of my all-time favorite movies poppin, and I agree, that particular scene is fantastic. I think there might be some fan...
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    06-23-2024, 09:03 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Two Word Game in Forum Games
    having some setbacks from my own stupidity and life's necessities danik, but getting there, thank you. head games
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    06-23-2024, 09:00 AM
    a little bit of the "avuncularity" but also just the romantic treatment of the game. I had read about willy mays---it reminded me of how, despite...
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    06-23-2024, 08:56 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Pants game in Forum Games
    i interact online with lots of Russian women, they all tell me that 'pants changing' is a thankless job. a rule bending entry today---clothes,...
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    06-23-2024, 08:51 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    i haven't seen many tz episodes---I don't think ive seen of those but lots of them are available online so maybe someday... I think the actual...
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    06-19-2024, 09:51 AM
    bounty replied to a thread Game: This or That in Forum Games
    I liked Robocop but its hard to beat ahhrnold, major nod to terminator, although I do wonder if all the sequels get a bit tiresome. maybe not, im...
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    Hey-ho! I just wanted to say that I've replied to your thoughts on the vengeance thread, and to encourage you not to be put off by Pike, who is very obviously a troll looking to be as nasty as possible. I value your contributions, as I'm sure do all the others, even if we might not always be in agreement!
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    Hey it is nice to hear from you again. I don't remember saying that The Bounty wasn't holding my interest but it was a long time ago so it is possible that I had trouble getting into it at first but I really enjoyed the book.
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    I am generally a fan of unconventional first person narrators, and disturbing books, but to be quite frank Humbert as a narrator is actually a bit dull at times, and seems to just go on insignificant rambling tangents of which I find little interest in.

    I am having trouble getting through the book because it just does not compel me to want to keep reading. It really does not hold my interest all that much.

    No I have not read Belinda, but I think I might have a copy of it, but I am not certain if I do have that one
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    Hey, haven't seen you around in a while, but I thought I would drop in and tell you I have started reading The Bounty Triligoy, I have only recently begun, so I am not that far into it yet. One of the things I do enjoy so far about the books though, is that I find them quite accessable. I have read some of Melvilles sea-related short fiction, and found it tedius and strenous to read, but I find Nordhoff and Norman Hall really quite easy. I was a little worried that the story might be too bogged down with technicual termenology, but they do a good job and balancing story, characters, along with a lot of the more technichal aspects of sailing.
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    Please join on our discussion for The Phantom of the Opera in 'On Broadway' social group. I read The Phantom of Manhattan years ago...when it first came out.
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