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Old 01-06-2003, 04:37 PM   #16
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3-The reason they find him "intriguing and attractive" is because he is a rich famous and powerful movie actor!!!! That's what attracts young women to old men. That and personality of course. But if he were just some ordinary guy.....no bussloads.


1- Yes. It takes guts to show yourself as you truly are, to face criticism from superficial men especially!

2-Out of touch with what exactly?




4-audacity and nerve. [/B]
1 HONESTY HURTS.

2-REALITY.

3-what salome said

4-audacity and nerve do not always equal art..

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Who's Jack?????

What is this movie you all speak of???
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ah thanks
this helps me to understand pleba

well, ok, maybe not "understand", but still ...
Aaah but you see....the members of U2 are not only rich and powerful and talented and charismatic, but gorgeous and still reasonably YOUNG! Thus pleba.

Glad I could be somewhat of service.

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REALITY
diamond, I still don't quite get what you mean. She doesn't think for one minute that she has a great bod...or that anyone else is going to think so, so where's the loss of reality? If anything, seeing her body is MORE realistic!

I never said anything about audacity equalling art....Good grief! If that were true....well let's not get into that. The only point I am making, is that it takes nerve to get naked in front of connoisseurs and non connoisseurs alike, with a bod like that and good for her.

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Who's Jack?????

What is this movie you all speak of???
meegannie, they're talking about Jack Nicholson in "About Schmidt."

They filmed part of the movie on U. of Nebraska's Lincoln campus, so my brother's girlfriend (who goes there) made him go to the movie last night. He said he liked it, but didn't mention the Kathy Bates nudity. I'll have to ask him about it...
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Aaah but you see....the members of U2 are not only rich and powerful and talented and charismatic, but gorgeous and still reasonably YOUNG! Thus pleba.

Glad I could be somewhat of service.

The only point I am making, is that it takes nerve to get naked in front of connoisseurs and non connoisseurs alike, with a bod like that and good for her.

thank u. [/B]
Actually I started to like the band when they were only reasonably well-off but majorily attractive. They've grown older but are still attractive, but more so have that charisma. Jack does have that so evil grin going for him still.

Diamond, all women do age, unless you want to look like Joan Rivers with no face left, some better than others. I think she broke a new barrier for women in films.
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I like the movie.

Anyone want to adopt a orphan baby?
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I haven't seen the movie yet but I plan to soon so I'll withhold my comments until I've seen it.

And I don't really want to see Kathy Bates naked...or Jack for that matter, no matter how rich and interesting he might be.
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Kathy Bates scares me
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I like the movie.

Anyone want to adopt a orphan baby?
Well, that was the best part....and it's the most brilliant fundraising scheme ever! Foster Parents Plan was madly handing out brochures when we got out. Now if only someone would do a movie about adopting a dog....my charity would have it made.

But seriously, I thought it was such a touching movie.
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Whose Kathy Bates and why is she naked?
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, with a bod like that and good for her.

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my point is that i she didnt have to b completely naked to drive home the point that she had an unattractive overbearing personality..
there was no point to this.
her lousy table manners and bad form were convincing enough.
her nakedness was overkill and coulda cause serious trauma for a few innocent male viewers like me


we got the point w/o her parading around all proudly naked
thats all.

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"We're so body-conscious in this country that it's a shame, really. I think we live with very unrealistic expectations of what we should look like," said Bates. Her nude scene in 'About Schmidt' is one that may help others with body image issues. She plays an aging hippie and strips for a soak in a hot tub with Jack Nicholson. Bates worked with the director to make the scene something she felt good about, "I battled to make myself comfortable, and he battled to get what he wanted. We met in the middle." Bates said.
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"We're so body-conscious in this country that it's a shame, really. I think we live with very unrealistic expectations of what we should look like," said Bates. Her nude scene in 'About Schmidt' is one that may help others with body image issues. She plays an aging hippie and strips for a soak in a hot tub with Jack Nicholson. Bates worked with the director to make the scene something she felt good about, "I battled to make myself comfortable, and he battled to get what he wanted. We met in the middle." Bates said.



...they both need an ass-kicking for bad direction in this scene.

cant Ms Bates find a different crusade?
please .

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diamond, shut up already. you made your point. you didnt like seeing kathy bates body. now go call someone who cares. thank you
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I saw About Schmidt on Christmas Day....I liked it, thought it was funny, but I liked Catch Me if You can much better


Walkron, isn't your sig just a little on the big side? and are those nekkid ladies?
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