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Posted on Apr 12, 2011, 9:50:29 AM PDT
Ya answered my shout ov "SUUEEEYY!!??!!?!!" when I called out a phantom negative voter.....so now squeal like a pig,Ned Beatty........

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 12, 2011, 11:24:28 AM PDT
S: Get back on your meds.

Posted on Apr 12, 2011, 12:03:28 PM PDT
Groucho Marx in "A Night at the Opera" commenting on the salary of an opera singer:

"A thousand dollars a night?! For seventy-nine cents you can get a record of 'Minnie the Moocher.' For a dollar and a half, you can get Minnie!"

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 12, 2011, 3:41:02 PM PDT
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How `bout I pop a few Viagras and look at that perty lil mouth,city boi?......Yeee Haawwwww!!!

Posted on Apr 12, 2011, 5:29:44 PM PDT
Rykre says:
Gee Whiz guys. Give it up! Maybe you two outta exchange phone numbers so you two can continue bickering in private.

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 7:48:26 AM PDT
"I just learned a new sport. You want to know what it is? Golf. You want to know why I like it? It's walking through a park with a purpose."

Zoe the barkeep, The Blue Iguana.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 13, 2011, 8:57:11 AM PDT
Hikari says:
I believe it was our most famous wag, Mark Twain, who said:
"The game of golf is a perfectly good walk spoiled."
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I've only been on a golf course once & had a grand time riding around in the cart. I can see the challenge inherent to the competitive spirit. No matter how good one gets at putting the little white ball into the cup, there are always the elements at work against you. Or another course to test your skills. For the non-competitive among us (me), we think "This is a very very expensive and time-consuming way to drive yourself insane. Let's just go have a drink, hey?"

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 9:07:29 AM PDT
Hikari: Given my profession in the business world, golf might be considered a necessity.

But: I have more than enough aggravation in my life already without chasing after small white dimpled spheres.

More time for films and photography, then!

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 9:28:34 AM PDT
It rubs the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the hose again.
Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 13, 2011, 10:02:46 AM PDT
Hikari says:
I have a correspondent who is a senior VP of marketing for a major metro health system. Like me he is a naturally introspective & bookish sort, but his job requires that he do two things (often) that go against his natural grain and inclination--give oral presentations to large groups & feign an interest in the game of golf. His anathema for golf has been oft expressed to me. It's not just the game itself that bores him but the attendant air competitiveness disguised as hale-fellow-well-met fake bonhomie among the duffers. Like us he has a low tolerance for male bovine excrement. However--being a corporate man, he must continue to smile and gladhand and play golf through the interior pain.

Ironic, then, a little bit? that when he & his wife downsized their home not long ago, they chose a home on a golf course? He loves the view--but he will get out of actually playing golf at any opportunity.

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 10:28:34 AM PDT
Hikari: Here's a memorable quote attributed to Mark Twain. After returning from a visit to Rome, he was asked how he enjoyed hearing his first opera. He replied that he hadn't heard anything like it since the orphanage burnt down.

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 10:31:04 AM PDT
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Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 10:45:27 AM PDT
Tony Stark: "I am Iron Man."

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 12:14:29 PM PDT
Green Meanie says:
Hello, My Name is Indigo Montoya. You killed My Father. Prepare to Die. HELLO. My Name is INDIGO MONTOYA. YOU Killed my Father. PREPARE To Die. HELLO! MY NAME IS INDIGO MONTOYA! YOU KILLED MY FATHER! PREPARE TO DIE!

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 13, 2011, 1:36:31 PM PDT
Hikari: The other duty you mention--giving presentations to large groups--has always been the best part of my various jobs. Love to do it.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 13, 2011, 1:50:20 PM PDT
Stratocaster says:
Isn't there some kind of Gay Forum Chat Room or something where Skull Hunter can "relieve" himself? This person (assuming it's a man?) seems completely obsessed with homosexual acts.....not that there's anything wrong with that (great TV show quote, BTW), but this just doesn't seem to be the forum this type of thing.

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 2:41:13 PM PDT
RickT555 says:
"Yonder lies the castle of my fathe".....US accent, "Father" pronounced Fadder.....Tony Curtis.

Posted on Apr 13, 2011, 2:57:08 PM PDT
I call that might bold talk from a one eyed fat man - True Grit.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 13, 2011, 7:02:59 PM PDT
Hikari says:
Mr. Smith--
Somehow I have no difficulty imagining your love of talk here translated to a live venue. ;-)

My friend I mentioned and I are both INFPs on the Myers-Briggs scale--we can be very extroverted in the context of a small cocktail party amongst friends, but a public speaking engagement for several dozens is not our idea of a good time. I had to tell him that in the 10 years I have been working as a public librarian, I have veered a bit more toward the "J" than the "P". So if you love making presentations to large groups, I assume you are an "E" type. I envy you "E"s but there's no use trying to change my internal wiring now.

Posted on Apr 14, 2011, 7:08:43 AM PDT
Green Meanie says:
Jennifer Beal from the Four Rooms-(unfortunately it can't be shown here)

Posted on Apr 14, 2011, 8:24:18 AM PDT
Hikari: I'm a classic ENTJ--off the scale on both N and T. Middle of the scale on E--which used to puzzle me until I took a version of the MBTI that exploded each of the four dimensions into 5 subdimensions. I hate social interactions with large crowds--for years my preferred venue for entertainment has been a nice dinner party for 6 to 12. Public speaking has never been a problem--as long as I have a topic, I'm a happy camper.

Posted on Apr 14, 2011, 9:31:50 AM PDT
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MTK says:
Dear Ndugu.... "About Schmidt"

Posted on Apr 14, 2011, 9:51:01 AM PDT
"All I've ever cared about was video games and they made me a millionaire. So maybe I don't know what the Civil War was, or who invented the helicopter even though I own one, but I did beat The Legend of Zelda before I could walk. I'm thinking about getting metal legs. It's a risky operation, but it'll be worth it."

J.P. from "Grandma's Boy"

Posted on Apr 14, 2011, 10:03:51 AM PDT
"I have been called bad before. Many have said I do things that are not correct to do. I don't believe in talk such as this. I am nice man, with happy feelings. All of the time. First, a joke. What do you get when you cross an owl with a bungee cord? [pause] My ass. Nyah, haha, haha, haha, ENOUGH."

Master Betty from "Kung Pow!: Enter the Fist".

Posted on Apr 14, 2011, 10:05:52 AM PDT
bella7 says:
The safe word is "WHiskey". (Hot Rod)
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