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Old 09-18-2005, 04:57 PM   #16
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No fair, 6 was added before I replied.

My guilty pleasure an American Spirit every once in awhile. And I stress every once in awhile.
Sorry. I was editing while you were posting.
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Sorry. I was editing while you were posting.
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Old 09-18-2005, 05:07 PM   #18
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1. What character in song, book, movie, or tv show do you
most identify with?
2. What difference do you notice between the men and women
on this forum?
3. If you were absolutely forbidden upon pain of death to discuss
politics, religion, sports or sexuality, what would you talk
about?
4. How often do you dream vividly?
5. How do you control your demons, your dark side?
6. What is your guilty pleasure?

1. Dana Scully, The X-Files, and the various "everygals" of Sex adn the City

2. Mmmm....I honestly can't say that I do notice one. I don't think men or women here are more or less likely to get in a huff, or support/not support the war, or so on.

3. music, philosophy (so I could sneek in some God and politics) and literature, also my friends lives...you know, catching up, how they are, etc

4. At least several times a week

5. Music--especially live--is the best I know of and dancing my arse off. Writing or talking with a good friend or taking a long walk. Yelling at God. Praying. Playing with my cat. Drinking, sometimes.

6. anything that involves cholocate, and men with accents
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1. What character in song, book, movie, or tv show do you
most identify with? Josh Lyman-The West Wing

2. What difference do you notice between the men and women
on this forum? There are vastly more conservative males than females

3. If you were absolutely forbidden upon pain of death to discuss
politics, religion, sports or sexuality, what would you talk
about? Music

4. How often do you dream vividly? Almost every night...Last night I had a dream about Joe Biden as a leprechaun......... My friends are convinced i'm on something because of all the crazy dreams I have

5. How do you control your demons, your dark side? I put on some good tunes and gel.

6. What is your guilty pleasure? good ol' fashioned Bluegrass music.
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:29 AM   #20
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Did you see him on the Emmy's Bonos Saint?

I've never read that Playboy article, is that online anywhere? I'm sure if I Googled it I could find it

he is fascinating..sorry for interrupting your thread one day I have to rent Secretary
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Old 09-19-2005, 08:53 AM   #21
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one day I have to rent Secretary
It's um well interesting to say the least. Very different role James.

I've been told I look like James for years, but I've never seen it.
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Yes I've heard it's interesting

You do look like him
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Old 09-19-2005, 09:59 AM   #23
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1. Dr. Dolittle.

2. Not much difference but there are a couple of men I consider bullies.

3. My pets.

4. Almost always.

5. This is difficult for me but I usually try to concentrate on something else positive.

6. Eating sweets.
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Old 09-19-2005, 10:27 AM   #24
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1. Well, I don't really know, but perhaps the heroine of my all-time favorite set of novels: Claire of the Outlander series written by Diana Gabaldon. Mainly because I feel stuck between worlds and times as she literally is, what with my childhood as a missionary kid and my adulthood turning into a global wanderer.

2. The difference between the men and women of FYM...hmm. I think I would tend to agree with what has been observed already. The men tend to take a position and defend it to the death, no matter how they might run roughshod over someone else, whereas the women seem a bit more willing to see the other side even if they don't agree with it. There are certainly exceptions though, so it can't be a hard and fast rule.

3. If I couldn't discuss the afore-mentioned topics, I would talk about cooking, travel, languages, culture, books and music.

4. Lately I have been having very vivid dreams quite often. (see my dream thread from a few weeks back) However, I haven't had any repeats of that Irvine, Jude Law dream...more's the pity.

5. You can't control the dark side.

6. Guilty pleasures would include trashy paperback romance novels and chocolate. Both lacking in substance but serve quite nicely as candy. And oddly enough they go well together.
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2. I haven’t drawn any broad based patterns based on gender.
3. Children & family, music, photography
4. Most nights
5. Prayer
6. Computer games
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Re: Break

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Originally posted by BonosSaint
1. What character in song, book, movie, or tv show do you
most identify with?
2. What difference do you notice between the men and women
on this forum?
3. If you were absolutely forbidden upon pain of death to discuss
politics, religion, sports or sexuality, what would you talk
about?
4. How often do you dream vividly?
5. How do you control your demons, your dark side?
6. What is your guilty pleasure?
1.) Jane Eyre of Jane Eyre. What an amazing character! Pulls herself up out of orphanhood and poverty not once, but twice, and forces men to deal with her totally on her own terms as an educated, independent woman. In pre-Victorian England, no less.

2.) I don't really notice one. We have formidable characters on both side of the gender divide.

3.) Books, film, music, jokes, travel...there are lots of available topics.

4.) I'm told that people dream every single night, but if I remember one dream a week, that's pretty good for me.

5.) Prayer, sleep, regular vent-fests to Ewen and my mom.

6.) Fried chicken and chick flicks.
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Old 09-19-2005, 06:18 PM   #27
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Did you see him on the Emmy's Bonos Saint?

I've never read that Playboy article, is that online anywhere? I'm sure if I Googled it I could find it

he is fascinating..sorry for interrupting your thread one day I have to rent Secretary

Glad he won. Got to see him twice so it was worth watching. But other than that bizarre little Star Trek the show was pretty boring.

PS I bought the Playboy so don't know if it's available on line.
And feel free to interrupt this thread (or any thread of mine for that matter) for Spader.
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:16 PM   #28
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1. What character in song, book, movie, or tv show do you most identify with?

For some reason the only thing I can think of right now is the Shin's song, Saint Simon. It's weird that I can't think of a single person from a book or movie that I really relate to.


2. What difference do you notice between the men and women on this forum?

The ladies seem more polite and diplomatic on religious topics sometimes. As a whole, I think more women are what I'd call "liberals" than men, on this board.

3. If you were absolutely forbidden upon pain of death to discuss politics, religion, sports or sexuality, what would you talk about?

Music I guess. My dog. He's really cute. I don't know.

4. How often do you dream vividly?

Not very often. When I do, it's usually very twisted. A few nights ago, I dreamed I cut someone's head off. Very scary. Not exactly the dreams you want to share with your friends (they'll think you're a sociopath.)

5. How do you control your demons, your dark side?

I don't know, I guess I can sometimes have an arrogant side when discussing politics/religion with my friends from conservative families. (the two things you're not supposed to discuss with your friends!) I just remind myself not to be an asshole and move on. I don't know if that's really answering the question.

6. What is your guilty pleasure? Umm...chocolate. VH1's Fabulous Life of series. etc.
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Old 09-19-2005, 08:04 PM   #29
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A while ago on the net, they had presented a scenario:


A woman goes to her mother's funeral. She meets a man she has never met before at the funeral. He leaves before she can talk to him, find out who he is, get his phone number. Several months later, she kills her sister. Why?

There are no wrong answers here. But there is psychological interpretation to some answers. What is your answer?
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oh god, I'm sure I've done that scenario question before, but I can't remember where...I'll have to get back to you with my answer.
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