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    Quote Originally Posted by zanzjan View Post
    (Bursts into Cantina.)

    Wooooo! Tiny baby octopus!


    That's all I got.
    That is enough. That is COOL!


    Quote Originally Posted by Fenika View Post
    Oh, hopefully I'll have the email by morning my time then

    I mayyy see THGs this weekend but will prolly wait til next.


    And I have serious Buffy withdraw and am ready to go through All The Seasons. Again. As of the day I finished the last epi. Soooo addicted.

    In random news, why do shitty males think random bouts of snippy and rude jabs will get me to want to do business with them? Just because I dont turn on my heals doesnt mean I havent shitlisted you. And you wonder why sales are down.
    Well, it's because they are shitty males. Shitty males should be shot*. Shitty females as well. But the males first.

    *Someone please warn me if I start doing the shitty male thing. I dun wanna get shot.

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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...(starting a sing-a-long here, but I can't think of any songs. feel free to start one up)

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    who lives in a pineapple under the sea?



    No?


    Sorry, with that opening that was all I could come up with.
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    I don't mean to blow anyone's mind or anything - but I found this site

    http://beautiful-portals.tumblr.com/

    if you are someone who likes visual stimuli - you're welcome.

    I have found several ideas for future story number elebenty-hundred.


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    Quote Originally Posted by slcboston View Post
    who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
    C+

    Quote Originally Posted by bettielee View Post

    if you are someone who likes visual stimuli - you're welcome.
    Thank you! Though the arms one kind of scares the sh!t out of me. (I embedded the exclamation point for efficiency's sake)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillaryjacques View Post
    Thank you! Though the arms one kind of scares the sh!t out of me.
    Yeah, creepy, but some wonderful images there. The abandoned dance hall on the second page brings definite ideas to mind.
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    TINY BABY OCTOPUS


    *ahem*

    *squidgesnuggles*

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    I was just watching a David Attenborough bug-umentary. Baby octopus is so much cuter than anything I saw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillaryjacques View Post
    I was just watching a David Attenborough bug-umentary. Baby octopus is so much cuter than anything I saw.
    It's going to be a sad day when he finally dies. Kind of difficult to imagine the nature documentary without him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillaryjacques View Post
    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...(starting a sing-a-long here, but I can't think of any songs. feel free to start one up)
    There was a writer had a blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by bettielee View Post
    that warms my rotten little heart!

    I think I repped someone that I actually drove by the theatre tonight... I so want to see Hunger Games... but there was way too much activity. I loathe crowds. I can usually go RIGHT after work on a weekday, and there is no one. I took a friend to see John Carter On Thursday and we were in a theatre with 4 other people. I know - you'll say, but it was John Carter. But when we went to see HP: Deathly Hollows 1 the week after it came out, we also had a theatre to ourselves with 4 people. I tell you.... if I didn't have to work today, I'd have gone to the midnight showings.

    Oh, and John Carter wasn't bad. I rather enjoyed it. I was quite doubtful.
    I almost never go to evening showings, certainly not after work. (I'm very much a morning person, so I'd be in danger of dozing off if I watched a movie after a day at work.) So I go to weekend matinees, or weekday matinees if I have a day off work, so there are fewer people around. And maybe the cinemagoers of Camberley, Woking or Guildford are well-behaved - the same goes for the London cinemas I tend to go to.

    That said, a good example of an evening showing was Aliens, on its opening Monday evening at the Odeon Leicester Square - a full house in a cinema which seats 1980, in 70mm turned up loud. Quite an experience, when that many people jump all at the same time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eyeblink View Post
    I almost never go to evening showings, certainly not after work. (I'm very much a morning person, so I'd be in danger of dozing off if I watched a movie after a day at work.) So I go to weekend matinees, or weekday matinees if I have a day off work, so there are fewer people around. And maybe the cinemagoers of Camberley, Woking or Guildford are well-behaved - the same goes for the London cinemas I tend to go to.

    That said, a good example of an evening showing was Aliens, on its opening Monday evening at the Odeon Leicester Square - a full house in a cinema which seats 1980, in 70mm turned up loud. Quite an experience, when that many people jump all at the same time!
    First time I saw Alien, was on HBO. I am slightly embarrassed to say that the only reason I watched it was for Sigourney Weaver in her underwear.

    I was like 13, gimme a break.

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    Morning cantina

    It's foggy in reality. I can hardly see the houses in the next street. Thinking it through, to be honest, that doesn't really bother me.

    Today there will be fresh bread and apple pie. If you want some be sure to turn up early. You best bring some sort of decorating tool too, we seem to be doing a lot in this area at the moment.

    Looking forward to working on my character bio later. I'm really getting into this now. I've got lots of areas of conflict, and I keep sitting there thinking, oo, I can do this to her too. I've decided that she's 15, but she's never going to be Tiffany Aching - I'm not that nice.


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    Ok, someone please slap me. I have been reading a certain thread again. I have made myself annoyed. I should know better. It is not a P&CE thread. But it is in Round Table

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    Ali, you have the best noms.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenika View Post
    Ali, you have the best noms.
    Yeah, I'm thinking maybe I'm jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debio View Post
    Ok, someone please slap me.
    Your request is my cooperation.

    I could probably do the food mail order, but I couldn't guarantee it would get to you all.

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    Good Morning Friends!

    I've got a fun day planned of shopping (for baby stuff) and going to see THG with my sister. I rarely go to the movies because A) it's WAY too expensive and B) home is so much more comfortable. But we'll be going in the afternoon sometime so hopefully it won't be too bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by bettielee View Post
    babies take too much of time to bake....
    This is Truth.

    Quote Originally Posted by bettielee View Post
    I don't mean to blow anyone's mind or anything - but I found this site

    http://beautiful-portals.tumblr.com/

    if you are someone who likes visual stimuli - you're welcome.

    I have found several ideas for future story number elebenty-hundred.
    Oooooooo... *wants to stare at pretty pictures all day*

    Well, time for my predawn nap on the couch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aliwood View Post
    Your request is my cooperation.

    I could probably do the food mail order, but I couldn't guarantee it would get to you all.
    Thanks, I do appreciate it. I knew I could count on you guys.

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    Re morning folks. I fell back asleep only to be waken by the Very Bright sun right after 8am. Remembering that I wanted to see what parts of my front yard were sunny at 8 this time of year, I dragged myself out of bed. By the time I brushed my teeth and such, it was horribly overcast. Grrr.

    Gary- I has your email will reply later.

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    I'm sure many of you follow this blog, and if you don't you should. But this latest entry made me laugh so I thought I'd share.

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    Just realized this is page 404.

    Anyone else expecting to get the "Not Found" error message?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CobraMisfit View Post
    Just realized this is page 404.

    Anyone else expecting to get the "Not Found" error message?
    Hm. Only 253 on my browser...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CobraMisfit View Post
    Just realized this is page 404.

    Anyone else expecting to get the "Not Found" error message?
    Yeah, that totally tripped me up late last night, and I actually went so far as to reload the dratted page before I looked at it enough to figure it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CobraMisfit View Post
    Just realized this is page 404.

    Anyone else expecting to get the "Not Found" error message?
    Well, I *wasn't* until you suggested it.

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