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Old 01-17-2007, 08:01 PM   #241
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:28 PM   #246
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Susan I want to see The Queen so bad, and so do my aunts. It hasn't come here, and we'll probaly have to wait until it hits the video store.
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Opps I forgot to name a celebrity.

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i can't believe you haven't been able to go and see that film! they didn't show it in Pittsburgh? That seems amazing

She is totally brilliant&v convincing as The Queen, but it just took me right back to the memories of Diana's death and as me&my mum watched it together at the cinema, we kept looking around at each other with a sigh&lots of sadness - at times it was like you could hear a pin drop watching it apart from some inconsiderate old women talking in front of us right at the start of it and a few times after i can't get over how people persist in being so thoughtless with switching their mobiles on, talking etc even though i made a few comments and another woman just along from us told them to shut up they seemed oblivious to everyone selfish or what????


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Old 01-18-2007, 08:39 PM   #249
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In Pittsburgh, I'm sure that they showed it, but my aunts would not want to travel that far a distance, being 50 miles from where we live. Here in Indiana, Pa we always get the dumbest movies, that I don't care to see. After reading your post, it makes me really want to see it so bad.

What are people so rude? Good , for that woman that spoke up.
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Old 01-18-2007, 08:45 PM   #250
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That's too bad you didn't get to go Tiny i wish we could have gone to see it although it's funny 'cos it's almost like i can't watch it a 2nd time 'cos for me it's so painful to be reminded of Diana's last moments, esp as i met her twice you know?


Yes it's unbelievable&i had shouted over their shoulder but either they didn't care or they were oblivious, the thoughtless idiots it should be how it used to be when they really would throw people out for all that stuff, oh and another thing i can't stand is someone walking in when the film's just started
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And I am such a big Princess Diana fan. I toldyou that I have 7 scrapbooks in articles about her, that were in the newspapers, and magazines. You were so very lucky to have met her. I miss her so badly. Also I have about 15 books about her.
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you really are doing so much at once aren't you?


I miss Diana terribly, it breaks my heart everytime i think of her and when i think about how she was treated too oh god ever since the engagement back in 1980, i had a ton of books and scrapbooks on her&other stuff like mugs, spoons etc!!!


I adored her wedding dress and on the day of the wedding i went crazy about St Pauls' Cathedral too and then i got to go in there&go to the top - what a beautiful building&what a view of London

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Everything you said about her, I agree with. I have 2 dolls of her. One in the Elvis dress, and the other in her wedding dress. The likeness on her face looks just like her. I also have some plates with her on it. I remember getting up very early to watch her wedding.

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God you must have been up so early since i reckon we got up at 10 to see it! I loved how her dress was a little crushed! When she walked up those stairs and in to the Cathedral it was so lovely&it's my fav building in London Don't think i know anything about the 'Elvis' doll though. Or i might just have forgot!


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