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PostPosted: 04 Sep 2010, 12:29 
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Diane Court turned 40 today.

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Diane Court turned 40 today.

So did sldawgs. What's wrong with that? :mishchief:

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PostPosted: 04 Sep 2010, 20:14 
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Diane Court turned 40 today.

So did sldawgs. What's wrong with that? :mishchief:

Hey, wait a minute. Have you ever seen Ione Skye and sldawgs in the same room together?

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A friend of mine mentioned that his nephew was studying the 1980's in his high school history class.

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A friend of mine mentioned that his nephew was studying the 1980's in his high school history class.

:o

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PostPosted: 06 Sep 2010, 23:25 
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Toasty wrote:
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A friend of mine mentioned that his nephew was studying the 1980's in his high school history class.

:o

Oh man.

I'd say that's more phoning it in from the class'/teacher's part. Still pretty scary, though.

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welcome to my world. Get off my lawn.

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Toasty wrote:
McT wrote:
A friend of mine mentioned that his nephew was studying the 1980's in his high school history class.

:o

Oh man.

:o The 80's were just yesterday...right? :cry: (although, I don't miss the big hair)


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PostPosted: 07 Sep 2010, 06:43 
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spymeg wrote:
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welcome to my world. Get off my lawn.

:lol:

Toasty wrote:
McT wrote:
A friend of mine mentioned that his nephew was studying the 1980's in his high school history class.

:o

Oh man.

:o The 80's were just yesterday...right? :cry: (although, I don't miss the big hair)

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I know... my first reaction was similar. Which begat the question, "What are they studying anyway, Run DMC?"
Living through it, is different than studying it, you know?

I felt like Reg after thinking a minute... what did the (80's) ever do for (history)?
Iran Contra.
What?
Iran contra.
Oh. Yeah, yeah... There was that. That's true, but....
And the Challenger blew up. Remember what it was like watching that from your school desk?
Oh Yeah... All right, I'll grant you Iran-contra and the space shuttle disaster are two historical events that happened in the eighties.
And the the Cold War ended.
Well, yeah... obviously the Cold War. I mean, the Cold War goes without saying, doesn't it? But, apart from Iran-Contra, the Challenger and the Cold War...
El Salvador.
Crack and Gang wars.
Desktop computers.
Oh... Shut up!!

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spymeg wrote:
:o The 80's were just yesterday...right? :cry:

The day before, actually.
Toasty wrote:
I like Reg after thinking a minute... what did the (80's) ever do for (history)?
Iran Contra.
What?
Iran contra.
Oh. Yeah, yeah... There was that. That's true, but....
And the Challenger blew up. Remember what it was like watching that from your school desk?
Oh Yeah... All right, I'll grant you Iran-contra and the space shuttle disaster are two historical events that happened in the eighties.
And the the Cold War ended.
Well, yeah... obviously the Cold War. I mean, the Cold War goes without saying, doesn't it? But, apart from Iran-Contra, the Challenger and the Cold War...
El Salvador.
Crack and Gang wars.
Desktop computers.
Oh... Shut up!!

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spymeg wrote:
:o The 80's were just yesterday...right? :cry:

The day before, actually.
Toasty wrote:
I like Reg after thinking a minute... what did the (80's) ever do for (history)?
Iran Contra.
What?
Iran contra.
Oh. Yeah, yeah... There was that. That's true, but....
And the Challenger blew up. Remember what it was like watching that from your school desk?
Oh Yeah... All right, I'll grant you Iran-contra and the space shuttle disaster are two historical events that happened in the eighties.
And the the Cold War ended.
Well, yeah... obviously the Cold War. I mean, the Cold War goes without saying, doesn't it? But, apart from Iran-Contra, the Challenger and the Cold War...
El Salvador.
Crack and Gang wars.
Desktop computers.
Oh... Shut up!!

:lol: :lol: :green:

Yeah, if you think about it, it's like studying the 60's when I was in school in the 80's so I guess our parents felt like that back then. But they were old back then, dammit!

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sldawgs wrote:
scruluce wrote:
spymeg wrote:
:o The 80's were just yesterday...right? :cry:

The day before, actually.
Toasty wrote:
I like Reg after thinking a minute... what did the (80's) ever do for (history)?
Iran Contra.
What?
Iran contra.
Oh. Yeah, yeah... There was that. That's true, but....
And the Challenger blew up. Remember what it was like watching that from your school desk?
Oh Yeah... All right, I'll grant you Iran-contra and the space shuttle disaster are two historical events that happened in the eighties.
And the the Cold War ended.
Well, yeah... obviously the Cold War. I mean, the Cold War goes without saying, doesn't it? But, apart from Iran-Contra, the Challenger and the Cold War...
El Salvador.
Crack and Gang wars.
Desktop computers.
Oh... Shut up!!

:lol: :lol: :green:

Yeah, if you think about it, it's like studying the 60's when I was in school in the 80's so I guess our parents felt like that back then. But they were old back then, dammit!

I know what you're saying, but I think the civil rights movement and anti-war stuff was acted by people who knew they were making history. The 80's history is mostly shrouded behind the governmental policies that were found out later. We weren't really marching on, and being a part of it like (many) were, in the 60's.
I bet the 70's teens feel pretty similar though.

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I just called Netflix customer service line to report that the plot summary of a movie was wrong.

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I just called Netflix customer service line to report that the plot summary of a movie was wrong.

Did you tell them to bring the Friends function back, while they are at it?

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I just called Netflix customer service line to report that the plot summary of a movie was wrong.

Did you tell them to bring the Friends function back, while they are at it?

What movie was it?

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sldawgs wrote:
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I just called Netflix customer service line to report that the plot summary of a movie was wrong.

Did you tell them to bring the Friends function back, while they are at it?

What movie was it?

They got rid of the friends feature!?

It was Trois couleurs: Bleu.

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When a young Frenchwoman (Juliette Binoche) tries to uncover her famous composer husband's secret life, her steps take her alternately closer to and further from the truth on a journey that ultimately leads to self-discovery. In this first installment of Polish cinematic genius Krzysztof Kieslowski's "three colors" trilogy, Blue stands for "liberty" (as in the French national motto) and is the first color of the red, white and blue French flag.

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bratzks wrote:
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I just called Netflix customer service line to report that the plot summary of a movie was wrong.

Did you tell them to bring the Friends function back, while they are at it?

What movie was it?

They got rid of the friends feature!?
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I haven't been able to find a link to it for a week.

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Toasty wrote:
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I just called Netflix customer service line to report that the plot summary of a movie was wrong.

Did you tell them to bring the Friends function back, while they are at it?

What movie was it?

They got rid of the friends feature!?

I haven't been able to find a link to it for a week.

"Netflix Shuts Down Friends Features, As Promised"

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Might go and dig that out now. Relive some of my teenage angst all over again!

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Might go and dig that out now. Relive some of my teenage angst all over again!

We're so loud and incoherent
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Might go and dig that out now. Relive some of my teenage angst all over again!

We're so loud and incoherent
Boy, this oughta bug your parents

Coincidentally, that was the first CD single I ever bought. Nevermind was one of my first CD albums.

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Coincidentally, that was the first CD single I ever bought. Nevermind was one of my first CD albums.

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