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#31 Old 10-14-2007, 10:55 AM
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#32 Old 10-14-2007, 11:34 AM
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But...Spacecamp is amazing!!!!!

I also love Roxette's music... and I am a Star Trek fan (as in, I'm indulging in a Star Trek marathon as we speak.. I don't think I've moved for 5 hours except for tea and toilet breaks)

Oh, and I love Buffy Saint-Marie...





Oh I'm a huge Star Trek fan. Except I'm not embarrassed to say it. lol
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Star Trek? Pfffft... there's nothing embarrassing there. Isn't everyone a fan? Doesn't everyone watch 8 hours straight over holiday weekends? Can't everyone recite dialog during better known scenes? Don't you all have the series on video so you can watch it whenever you want? Please... people, you disappoint me.
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I like Black Adder.....Rowen Atkins at his best , well almost

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I like Black Adder.....Rowen Atkins at his best , well almost



Why would you be embarrassed to say that? Blackadder is the only thing he's done that's any good (except for odd bits of Mr Bean)
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#37 Old 10-15-2007, 12:36 AM
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Why would you be embarrassed to say that? Blackadder is the only thing he's done that's any good (except for odd bits of Mr Bean)



Alright Ennia , I wont be embarrassed .....actually the best I saw Atkins were three very unlike Atkins drama skits with no humor . He acted as an army officer the other a business man the other cant recall ...absolutely brilliant acting , plus in one of them , he was so well made up you couldn't even recognize him as Atkins .
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I read Cliff Richard's autobiography last year (Can't remember who wrote it) and really enjoyed it.



This may sound like a novel idea (he he he) but I've got a feeling it was probably Cliff himself

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Star Trek? Pfffft... there's nothing embarrassing there. Isn't everyone a fan? Doesn't everyone watch 8 hours straight over holiday weekends? Can't everyone recite dialog during better known scenes? Don't you all have the series on video so you can watch it whenever you want? Please... people, you disappoint me.



Okay TNS, how about this... I've never seen Star Trek or Star Wars. How's that?



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• I've seen nearly all episodes of MacGyver. I'm not much of a fan, but my dad is. Since he's a hard person to buy for, in the last five or so years, family members have given him all the boxed sets of the seven seasons of the show.



• I also loved watching Sex and the City, which I didn't discover until the series had ended and all the DVDs were available through inter-library loan.



• I haven't washed my dishes in a week.



• The trash hasn't been emptied for the same amount of time.



• I tend not to put away everything in my apartment unless I know I'm having company.

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I also loved watching Sex and the City, which I didn't discover until the series had ended and all the DVDs were available through inter-library loan.



I watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer that way. It's the best way to watch a series in my opinion, then you don't have to wait between episodes.



I love Sex and the City also, but I'm not embarrassed about that. I've also seen every episode of MacGyver, but I watched it when it originally aired, and again not embarrassed.



Um, trying to think of an embarrassing confession. I've watched a few seasons of American Idol. Clay should have won. Oh and I used to love Road Rules.
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In the grand total of two episodes of American Idol I watched, I thought Bucky should win. I also liked... whatshisname the hard rock guy who got booted and had an offer from some bad ten minutes later.

Q: How many poets does it take to change a light bulb? A: 1001...one to change the bulb, 1000 to say it's already been done.
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I have never watched Beavis and Butthead, and I've caught only a few pieces and parts of episodes of The Simpsons. To some, this is a mortifying confession from a cultural-understanding standpoint.



Awhile back, I was watching some lame and over-hyped variety show on Univision because I was craving Spanish. My sister walked into the room, took one look at the TV, and exclaimed, "You don't even watch that stuff in English!" True, I told her, but I'm not watching for the quality of the show. I'm watching for the language and the language only.

Q: How many poets does it take to change a light bulb? A: 1001...one to change the bulb, 1000 to say it's already been done.
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I'm watching for the language and the language only.



And some magazines, I buy for the informative, educational, well-written articles, and the articles only...
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I sometimes put on dancing music and dance around my apartment in my pajamas.



ETA: I'll do this with michael jackson music, and sometimes, even Justin Timberlake or Britney Spears!



Like this guy? http://www.glumbert.com/media/dancewhiteboy



Aww, there's nothing wrong with saying you like Star Wars OR Star Trek. I've got most of the New Republic books.



I love the Backstreet Boys to this day. And own every album of theirs that has come out in the states.
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I have never watched Beavis and Butthead

I've never seen South Park.

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I REALLY LOVE THE TYRA BANKS SHOW OKAY!



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sometimes....and i mean only sometimes , i those crazy women magazines when i visit my mothers house .
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I REALLY LOVE THE TYRA BANKS SHOW OKAY!






I am not sure why you are embarressed to post this. I watch her show when I can and even checked out her library book of her life. She is one cool woman! She has been through so much. She takes up for women and their stereotypes that she has been through,eating disorders,fake photo's,etc, Gosh! She is one celeb that I would want to hug for real!



Her gift to gab can help many women!
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I've never seen any of the Godfather movies (and neither has my boyfriend)



I never have either! I thought I was about the only person in the world that hadn't.
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I've watched the musical episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer at least 20 times.
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I'm a 92-year old grandmother from Poland.



Oh l'horreur !

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I've watched the musical episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer at least 20 times.



Haha I've seen it several times..nowhere near 20 though but now I have all the songs stuck in my head! Good episode.
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I was also a Surreal Life watcher.



Me too. but only series 2. I didnt like the others much.
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