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  1. stringertom

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    Barbra and Bobby Redford were a kewl kouple in "The Way We Were". Barbra and Nick Nolte were a komplex kouple in "The Prince Of Tides".
     
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    I was once in an ice cream shop in Malibu and Nick Nolte was the only other customer there...
     
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    Nicolas Cage at one time owned mansions, 2 castles, a private island, shrunken pygmy heads, real dinosaur skull and etc.
     
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    Nick Nolte, not Nic Cage, is my doppelgänger. Or so I'm told often. It would be so kewl if he made a visit to Orlando for video proof and subsequent analysis.
     
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    I once knew a young woman with the last name Kølle. She wasn't cool...
     
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    I'm not fond of cool beans and I've often wondered how that exclamatory phrase came about.
     
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    Red hot chili peppers at a Mexican restaurant...
     
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    Sewretch eating RHCP at a Mexican restaurant is not kewl beans.:eek:
     
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    The S.D. Bageler playing with only a RHCP sock on his frank and beans would also not be cool...
     
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    Would it be cool for the SD Bageler to try Hannibal Lecter's diet of liver, fava beans and a nice Chianti [Amarone] while RHCP is playing in the background?
     
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    How excite would Hannibal Lecter have been if he were at the hospital when poor young Ted got wheeled into the ER?:

     
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    Farrelly brothers, Stiller, and Cameron Diaz at their peak...
     
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    The late 90's and into the early 00's was peak for talent sharing the name Cameron...James with ginormous Titanic, Diaz with TSAM/Shrek/Being John Malkovich/Gangs of New York and Crowe with Jerry McGuire/Almost Famous/Vanilla Sky.
     
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    "Titanic" was hugely popular in China, especially with young women.
     
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    Is Titanic Chinese for sewretch ?
     
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    Young men and women from China will be on top of the world for the 21st century as the general population continues to reap the rewards of the country's commanding position in world economics.
     
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    Titanic is the portion size Sewretch is required to order at Chinese restaurants.:p:D
     
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    That's more like you. For a mo, I thought Boretelby was posting with your avatar or something was messed up in the software.
     
  19. stringertom

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    Just the facts...we owe them so much $$$ that we'll be their puppets by 2100. Most experts say it will be even sooner
     
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    How about big Orange send Bono, Peter Gabriel and co., for a Commission on Debt Cancellation Summit [like in Africa]?:oops::D
     
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    Can't we ship him there somehow ?
    Maybe on the next tsunami ?
     
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    "Book of the Dun Cow" inspired Morrison's "The Crystal Ship." China dreams of stealing the Californian Bageler. Where will the tides take him?
     
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    The tides of the sewnami will unite this fractious world in a modern day Atlantis that Donovan sung about shortly after the time of the Sewretchian birth. On board that Crystal Ship were the twelve that spread the gospel of The Sewretch and founded the new colony known as The Vortex that will survive the flood of hate and lies that are our present challenge. Do not fall for the Spicered words of Huckabeesters flowing from their lips on the strings of the Big haired Orange toned puppeteer. Seek the truth you will only find in the words of the prophet written on subway walls and tenement halls. Celebrate the sounds of Sewretch in a not so silent way.
     
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    To paraphrase Pushkin in English: The illusion which exalts us is dearer to us than ten thousand truths. More and more, this is a truth in American, Russian, and global politics...
     
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    Suresh certainly exalts me, and he is no Ilyushin.
     
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    If Sewretch were an Aleutian the Arctic ice could not withstand the tremendous stress from his weight, igloos would need extra wide doorways for his access and he would need a sign on his back saying, "Don't hunt me, I'm not a whale!"
     
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    Sewretch will lose weight if he continues to stalk maggiepratt. His overflowing desire is menacing.
     
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    Miss Maggie Pratt, she lived on a hill
    Sureshs got drunk and left her the bill
    So she went down, down to Tangie Town
    People down there really like to get it on

    Now if you're sad and you're feeling blue
    Go out and buy a brand new pair of pink tennis shoes
    And you go down, down to Tangie Town
    'Cause people down there really like to get it on
    Get it on...
     
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    Was any product misrepresented in its taste by its trademarked name more so than Tang, the Space Age powdered drink product formulated for NASA asstronauts???

    A bit later in life I experienced another version of Tang that I much preferred in all of its infinite varieties.

    Even later in life, I discovered through an acquaintance's account of his experience as an aficionado of the latter form of Tang that the potential for ocular injury exists if the Tang garden is not properly landscaped and you get very close to examine and sample said garden. As a result, I keep a nice pair of goggles within arm's reach at all times. I do not want to turn a blind eye to Tang 3.0...it will be out of this world.
     
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    Safer to ride soft Viking waves
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    than risk your eyes in Spanish forested realms...
     
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    When visiting ski resort areas during the summer, the distant vistas of the slopes give a reverse pattern of landscape manicuring to my preferred maintenance of tangy orchards, whether located in Spain or Scandinavia.
     
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    When I was riding down a hill and went head first into a bush, I preferred soft to bristly...
     
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    Downhill skiers succeed at the highest level by finding the right wax for differing conditions...Brazilian seems to work the best for me for a well manicured trail.
     
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    "It's all downhill after Sewretch." - Dali. :D
     
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    Sewretch would have a lot of momentum on his side as a downhill racer but he couldn't stop unless there was a neon AYCE "Open" sign flashing at the bottom of the run.


    Hehehe...I wrote Sewretch and run in the same sentence.:p:D
     
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    More pleasant run visuals:
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    Run-DMC tribute the San Diego Coach playing tennis:
     
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    Run Like Hell - The Wall.
     
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    When Sewretch gets the runs it is Hell inside The Vortex!:eek:
     
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    Down in the dumps, we Vortexians call it.
     
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    Houston Texans player Watt briefly dated Wozniacki one night, but one of them was quickly dumped for a better flavor. Neither got too down...
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    Great Dane is one of my favourite breed, not just flavour of the month!:cool:
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    Torben Ulrich is a great Dane whose breeding led to Metallica...
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    Drummer Lars Ulrich of Metallica is reportedly worth $175 million.
     
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    Will Mr. Andre Graf lead Novak to the Roman Garros 2017 title?
     
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    The Steffi household will make sure Novak won't be Nadalled.
     
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    Watching Nina Agdal play table tennis more enjoyable than watching Rafa Nadal play tennis?
     
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    Rafa likes playing instead of watching, so here he plays table tennis. It would've been great had he played Timo Boll.
     

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