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  1. Mike Bulgakov

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    It looks like I won't be asked to do wildlife documentaries.

    Cape buffalo, one of the most dangerous animals in the world, roam wild and looking for a fight in the hills of Northern California.
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    Marxist squirrels plot a revolution in Chico, California. Rocky infiltrates...

    (I was given a DVD with these cartoons about twenty years ago)
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    Aaron Rodgers grew up in Chico, CA.
     
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    ^ Nothing ever grows up in Chico :)
     
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    Aalborg has many nice chicks who enjoy a good rogering...
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  5. Mike Bulgakov

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    The Velvet Underground featured a grown-up Nico, who had a small role in "La Dolce Vita"...
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    While not done in velvet, many of the cars on London's Underground were upholstered in quite comfortable fabric. Compared to the hard plastic of the NYC subway, it was "the sweet life" for your arse.
     
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    The Underground and Subway might wanna upgrade to a premium AMC leather seat.:-|
     
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    If they catch you in the back seat tryin' to pick her locks
    they are gonna send you back to mother
    In a card board box !
     
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    Tarot cards and Ouija boards could box your visions of the future into a tiny little rabbit hole. Go ask Alice!
     
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    Run, rabbit run. Dig that hole, forget the sun.
     
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    If you go chasing rabbits
    And you know you're going to fall
    Tell 'em a hookah-smoking caterpillar
    Has given you the call
    Call Alice, when she was just small
     
  12. Sentinel

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    Alice Cooper
     
  13. Mike Bulgakov

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    Aston Martin coupé...
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    Austin Cooper...the real Mini!
     
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    Myth? D.B. Cooper hijacked a Boeing 727 aircraft on November 24, 1971.
     
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    Gordon Cooper was one of the Mercury Seven and was the first astronaut to sleep in space and the last astronaut to fly solo. He was portrayed by Dennis Quaid in "The Right Stuff".
     
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    Gordon Gecko
     
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    The green in Senti's latest avatar leads me to paraphrase G. Gecko..."Green is good!" you fresh green troll!
     
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    Verdant-coloured gecko on the wall of Sentinel's home office. Special mention to gecko on his keyboard--talk about programming by itself.:)
     
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    The GEICO gekko is the most recognizable reptilian advertising icon in history.
     
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    GEICO is HQed in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
     
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    Ty Webb: "Don't be obsessed with your desires, Danny. The Zen philosopher Basho once wrote 'A flute with no holes is not a flute. A donut with no hole is a Danish.' He was a funny guy."
     
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    AMG Mercs are known to be very good DRIFT cars. BMW M3, Nissan 350Z, Mazda RX7 and Ford Mustang as well. These cars can literally do dozens of doughnuts (no pun intended)!
     
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    Lexus RC350 getting huge attention after their SuperBowl commercial, if you catch my drift.
     
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    Literally drifting after endless ''slingshots'' at MetLife Stadium's Chase & Lexus Club.
     
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    Literally dozing today after so many shots at the long weekend Scot/Irish festival in Valley Forge, Pa.
     
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    The Slingshot amusement ride propels its riders 390 feet in the air at G-forces up to 3.5 units during the 90-second experience. I would need to bring a change of underwear!
     
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    ^ Be sure to poast your experience in the World Toilet Day thread :)
     
  29. Mike Bulgakov

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    Posted years ago (edited)...

     
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    Would Edvard Munch also run away screaming? Did Maria Sharapova visit there as a child and thus transformed into Maria Screamapova?
     
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    We are survivors, man !


    (As Rick from The Walking Dead says in the latest episode).
     
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    Richard Hatch won the premiere version of "Survivor" and then had to survive a lengthy prison stretch for tax evasion. He liked to walk around naked on the show IIRC.
     
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    He prolly had to evade a lot in prison, and surtainly would not have gone around au natural in the prison shower.
     
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    Clint Eastwood would know what to do in such unfortunate circumstances...
     
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    Escape From Alcatraz
     
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    Sitting on the dock of the Bay, wastin' time…
     
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    The light on Daisy's dock...
     
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    Daisy Duck has large eyelashes and ruffled tail feathers to suggest a skirt quite unlike Donald duck, no pants.
     
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    We need Germaine Greer to weigh in on whether these Disney characters are pro women's rights or subversively ant-feminist.
     
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    The Boulevard St. Germain is on the Left Bank in Paris, passing near the Sorbonne and features many cafes that became the daily haunts of poets and philosophers during the existentialist era after WW2. There are intersecting streets renamed for both Sartre and de Beauvoir.
     
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    Les Deux Magots...
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    Have a happy memory as young boy on a row boat on a lake in the Bois de Boulogne. It was freezing cold and my Dad said what masochists we were. The 8 year old me could not stop laughing when the concept of masochism was thus explained.
     
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    "A Tale of Two Cities" depicts a story set in London and Paris. Sadism is named for a noble from Paris. Is there a London native named Lord Masoch???
     
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    Drive-in masochist massage parlour.
     
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    Exclusively playing parlour games results in a pallor appearance.

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  46. Mike Bulgakov

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    Ne parlez pas: spy games and making a silent appearance...

    Message in a rat
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    A dead drop rock
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    Drop dead gorgeous computer games
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    "The Spy Who Loved Me" is restauranteur Michel Bittan's favorite Bond film.
     
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    Michael Winner was a conceited UK restaurant critic. He often 'dined out' on his claim to fame that he directed the Death Wish movies.
     
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    I don't think I'd wish to dine with someone with a death wish...
     
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