Please don't hire Dr. Deborah Frisch, she should not be in contact with youth.
posted by Cthulhu @ 6:19 PM
yyyyyeeeeeeaaaaarrrrggggghhhhh!raise the level, sissy boy!
Dr.Deb Frisch, PhD.,Your most recent post on the DHD blog indicates that you will be incarcerated for the weekend and perhaps longer. Your Probation Officer will note this remark. The only question you should consider at this stage is which Probation Officer, and in which state, will be making this report (or reports). The possibilities are Arizona, Colorado and Oregon ( to the extent of my knowledge of the matter). Please remeber that aggravating circumstances are significant contributing factors in the security level you will be assigned in whichever facility you are assigned to.Again, the Probation Officers and attorneys familiar with this matter thank you.Posted by Van at September 1, 2006 06:26 PM
thanks van.you ain't van MORRISON, r u?
Deb Please tell me who has your dog?
Dear Dr. Deb Frisch, PhD.No, I am not him, but it is a marvelous night for a moon dance.And the prosecutors and attorneys thank you.
Ms. Frisch:You're not at yeeargh! level yet. But please, tell us about jail, and the stalking and harrassment charges.
Deb - You're late for your Turing test.And please tell us about the harassment and stalking charges; that's what we want you to talk about tonight.Dance!
Hey Deb,Juneau Phil ate a cheeto®?
Greaaattt...wdm...rolling eyesHow are ya? Been keeping out of trouble, staying busy?
Yoda -Check your email.Time for a new hairdo!
Fred - Yukon Phil ate a cheeto© too
Deb you talentless hackI just like saying that. It's so...appropo.
Deb, research shows that jobs abound for decision making psychowhatsits in Saudia Arabia. If u r looking for employment, try heading over there. You would be away from your legal problems and well on you way to an exciting and high paying career. Don't wait. Move now. And you can still befuddle us with your wit cuz the interttubes go to the Saudis, too.
Dear Deb Frisch, PhD.,It is not uncommon for convicted felons to "party their way out" the night before they are incarcerated. Please note that you will be tested for drugs and alcohol use prior to your admittance to the general population. If you fail such tests, you will be put in what is known as the SHU (Special Housing Unit)...that is an acronym.You will remain there until it is determined by the Security Officer in Charge and the local PA ( Physician's Assistant...Tip: She is your friend) that you are lucid and can be placed in the GP (General Population)
petrarchan motif,I can but I'd rather not.
I'm wondering if all the looking for dates is a pawtheic attempt to get back with Cecile? We know C. is reading her blog daily. Is all this other womyn talk to make C. jealous?
Joe's right, she really is just trying to juice up her stats by trying to get us to follow her there.Pawww. Thet. Ick.
rabbit:Why would she take Ms. Frisch back? And she still hasn't told what she did with NEDRA and BOO KITTY.
dad: fetch me a bourbon and soda, boy.s******: yes, sir.the strapping young man/boy went to the kitchen and opened the liquor cabinet. he took the bottle of maker's mark out and poured himself a double shot. then he made daddy-o's drink. he wasn't sure if he relished or feared what he knew was coming.
Ottavarima- I don't know if you are still around reading or not. I just finished catching up on threads post-work. I wanted to let you know that I was really glad to hear everything worked out well today with the vet. It's always nice to hear good news.
Alright everybody, get your screencaps ready. She's writing fanfic for her two "favorite" characters. Disgusting.
check your email.
DEB,I have held back up until tonight. But after soiling what was supposed to be a nice tribute to a great American, I'm afraid I'm going to have to take "It Up A Notch”.I wish a pox on you. I hope you spend the rest of your life in jail. The only thing that would make me happier is for you to succumb to a deadly itchy disease in your nether regions.
I think I could stomach it if she knew how to capitalize, but we're talking about Ms. Frisch.
Is that last post really Deb? It seems way, way off
thanx hawks - lemme guess - you are glad that young american moms, dads, sons, daughters, cousins, aunts, uncles, et cetera died in iraq and afghanistan this summer for ABSOLUTELY NOTHING while you stuffed your pathetic bloated face with cheez doodles and shlitz!fuck you, hawk.
Ms. Frisch:Why did you go to jail? Was it for ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, as well?
Deb - That was barely even provocative.[Yawns]You'll need to be far more amusing than that sorry attempt.Dance, monkey!
Deb - if your last comment is a prelude to nastiness: DO NOT launch into child pornography. You MAY NOT post pornography at this website.
"dad: fetch me a bourbon and soda, boy."Dear Dr. Deb Frisch, PhD.Your Probation Officer will note the above remark.And again, The Probation Officer and other attorneys thank you.And BTW, Thank you for answering my question in my post to you yesterday about your parents.
Dr. Frisch. I am formally requesting that you leave this site.No threats. No insults. No taunts.Please leave.You say on your site you're packing up for a trip. Please do so.
JoeWe VBSers, as normal people would not think that way.(getting her to take us back).Deb thinks in bizzaro world, so it would make sense to her that if she makes Cecile jealous she can get her back.Remember the person that said Deb was the more laid-back "Saner" of the two?I agree, the lack of news from Nedra or Boo Kitty is alarming. Given Boo Kitty's Deb-like rage, it doesn't look good.
...succumb to a deadly itchy disease in your nether regions.If you neglectYour crotch each day,This is all we have to say:Vagisil®
What do you know about me you pathetic lump of fecal matter?I'd say I'm in a little bit better position to talk about the war and fighting it than you, you "O2-211 in progress".
Everyone,Please don't engage her any more tonight.Happy thoughts.
Whatever's going on, starve it of attention.
It's Friiiiiday, and a 3 day weekend.Happy, happy, joy, joy!
So, um, anybody read any good books lately?
I'll be working through Sunday, at least.Next week (fingers crossed) the only computer I'll see is at the hotel registration desk.
Where are you headed Sulla? I leave for a trip soon myself- Vegas!
My comment at SWP yesterday, in case you missed it.You know Deb, you constantly babble about soldiers--whom you’ve described as dupes, by the way--having died for nothing. You apparently think they’re all over there desperately hoping you and your twisted brethren will somehow manage to rescue them. Well, let me tell you a little story I read in my hometown paper about two of those soldiers; one from my home state, the other from Alaska.Their names were Michael James Oxlong and Phillip Raymond Davis (aka Yukon Phil). They got separated from their unit during a heated battle in the dead of night, about 70 km north of Baghdad. Having no means of contacting their base, they walked until dawn, being careful to avoid any roads, which the enemy would surely be watching. Fortunately, they came upon what looked to be an abandoned terrorist encampment, where they were able to take shelter. Not sure exactly where they were, but knowing they were smack dab in the middle of enemy occupied territory, they decided to hole up there until their unit could find them.Well, to make a long story short, they were ultimately rescued…after THREE days. As you can imagine, they got awfully hungry. While searching the bunkers for something to eat, Phil found an old discarded bag of cheese puffs. He looked inside and, lo and behold, there was one cheese puff left in the bag. He called to Mike, “Hey, look what I found,” laughing. Now, here’s the extraordinary part: Phil broke the cheese puff in half and gave one half to Mike!So you see, Deborah, these brave men and women don’t need YOU! I know this for a fact! And it really does just boil down to something as simple as this:Mike Oxlong and Yukon Phil ate a Cheeto®!
What's everyone getting up to with their weekend?I'm having friends over and bar-b-queing on Monday. We got your ribs riiiiight here, and your corn on the cob, some potato salad (mustard, natch) and southern-style baked beans.
I'm reading the John Adams biography by David McCullough. Pretty interesting.I've been fascinated by Adams since I saw the musical 1776. Hearing a call for "independency" from KITT from Knight Rider always brings a smile to my face. Even as I think back on just how hard we had to fight to get people to believe in the CONCEPT of a free America.There's a song that brings me to tears every time, about those who died.
Sulla and Fred,I know how to destroy the monster.Sulla, you ban her at teh exact time Fred Gerbil hits F4.3...2...1...NOW!
Vacation spot: a couple of possibilities. Catalina, where we've done a bunch of day trips but never spent the night. Or Solvang, which ahs been our favorite weekend getaway for a couple of years.
Oops,Happy thoughts,Boy i love that new printer. Ducky, did you buy one?
Fatwa:I'm reading volume 3 of A Marginal Jew: Rethinking the Historical Jesus by John Meier. Pretty good stuff so far.
Hawk,I shouldn't laugh, dammit.But I don't care who you are; that's funny right there.
I'm going to the football game tomorrow.GO BLUE!
hawk -That might warp the time/space continuum. It's...BRILLIANT!
Sulla:I love Solvang. I've gone there 2 years in a row for the Solvang Century. A nice 107 mile ride with only 5000 feet of climbing.
We're prepping for our big trip in January; the wife and I are going to China to visit my parents. They're teachers in Xi'an.Until then, it's short jaunts. Anything too far away for KFI's Eye in the Sky to care about is close enough.
Ok Brainiacs- don't laugh.I'm reading "In Plain Sight" by C. J. Box, aWyoming Game warden that solves murder mysteries.(I read smart stuff, too, just not today)
SullaExcellent point on the founders of our country...they would have been hung if they had failed. And their odds for succeeding then were very poor.
hawksp, found a site that you might like to read. It's not an exclusive post for hawsp by any stretch, it's just cause I know he's in the military.http://educationalvignette.blogspot.com/ I used c and p and I hope it works.
Hey! Brenda, I just read your email - I wish blessings on top of blessings on top of blessings to you because I HAD FORGOTTEN WE HAD A THREE DAY WEEKEND! You are the messenger of the best news I've had all week! A million thanks! aka: ANAM
Rabbit:That's okay. I love the Lillian Jackson Braun's The Cat Who... mysteries. Books about cats solving mysteries. Funny and cute.
As usual, I miss all the fun. We're gettin us some damn fine crazee this evening, boy oh boy. But in an earlier thread, tesla asked:Has Deb shown even the smallest sign that she is aware of what she is doing? You bet. Deb has admitted to being a stalker in more than one blog post and even wonders why that would be part of her personality. She also sometimes refers to herself as "the crazee lay dee" and has gone so far as to publicly question whether being filled with rage is really doing her any good.It is my belief that she has these moments of lucidity but chooses not to act on them, because it's much more fun to go with the flow of her rage rather than to behave responsibly. In my uninformed opinion, she would not be able to use the insanity defense in any criminal proceeding. She has shown too much self-awareness for that.
I want to bring the discussion back to Hawk and the 82nd.Hawk, are our guys holding up amidst the nedia onslaught on morale.I don't have any particular insight. But it looks to me like we are winning the war.
Good Site Tesla. BookmarkedThere's some good cut and paste stuff in the Generals speech.
pixie -There you go!rabbit - I'm reading the new Nora Roberts paperback and the new Christine Feehan Carpathian book. Give me that old-time magic and vampires with romance stuff, it's time to slouch back with some froth.
KOKo and Yum-Yum most certainly rock. I have has Siamese that are just..uncanny.
Rabbit:You know them! Ha! Too cute. I wish I could grow a big bushy mustache, but I don't have the pores.
Sulla, I assume you are familiar with McCulloughs other books. I'm reading Truman right now which is on top of two other McCullough books. The folks and I seem to be going thru all his works right now.Great writer, great reads.
So, um, anybody read any good books lately?Georgia Tech +7
Sorry for all my typos tonight.
rabbit:Bah, typos, no big deal. As long as you don't spell like dean0 or teh lady®.
Joe,That reminds me, Dean04Prez is a parody.
What I said on the other thread was: Just got backfrom buying my littlest daghter a new bike and guess what? The back tire is bent. Can you believe that?
yoda,Sorry, I skipped off to MS Word to prepare a letter for the Doc.In answer to your question, yes.I couldn't explain it in one little thread posting, but we are winning the war, as a matter of fact, I think I can say at one point it was won. But starting with the DemPrimary debates in 2003-04, we told the bastards that we are politically split and if you just stay active, you'll stay in the news. So they turned from full offenses to blowing us up in our vehicles. The news reports that every night.They wouldn't tell you about successful election or referendums on the constitution but damn it give us the IEDs.Liberals have more blood on their hands than do the great American they like to call Chicken Hawks.
Hey, how about favorite cult classic movies?My favorite, besides Rocky Horror of course, is Fist of the North Star, or as the female lead says, Feest o'te Noth Stah.
Fred:I know, I love dean0! I wish he was here at the same time Frisch was here earlier today. That would have been super serial!
Rabbit 7 Joe- I've always wanted to live in a converted apple barn with a screened in gazebo.
Hawksp, I didn't get thru the hooey site in great detail. I'll keep an eye open for other links. I will be reading that site quite a few times. Oddly enuf, I got there thru a direct link fron deanO4Prez, bless his pointed little head.
Hawk -Sorry - was typing while you were posting.The libs and the MSM. The MSM would cut their collective arteries before they would show a story favorable to the troops, the war effort or the Bush administration.
Hose:That sucks! Can't ride a bike on a bent wheel.
The North Yoda, is the biggest joke. The Kurds have been trying to get their success story out since right after they stabilized their region after the major fighting was done. They've tried to get news people by there, just a success story doesn't fit the adjenda they want the American people to see. I've been there. I walked the streets amoungst their people and didn't feel any different than walking around downtown Fayetteville.
Joe -Weeell, you could but you'd fall down a lot.
Wow! We got some siamese kitty lovers! I tell you what, I can cook as well as Jim Qwilleran, but I'm nowhere near as Scottish.
rape or murder any babies today, hawk?how about you, matthew heidt?tell all, you baby rapers and killers!
Brenda:Some call that riding, others call that crashing. I know a thing or three about that.
why won't you raise the level to yyyyyeeeeeeaaaaarrrrrrrggggghhhhh?
I'd like to get a grant from the K foundation.
i wonder if the marines have more fun raping the iraqis or just murdering them. i guess it's different for different marines.
Ah, geez...Ms. Frisch:How were your experiences in jail? Did you tell the other ladies about your stalking and harrassment charges?
Joe,If you like Dean0, check out one of the sites on his blogroll (it might even be the same guy, I don't know).
we kill babies yes we do!paid for by me you and you!kill those babies you marines!you go, dudes!the few. the proud. the murderers. the rapists.the united states marines.
Truman is also excellent.I started 1776 earlier in the summer, but work has consumed pretty much every waking hour.Including holidays. I'll be here at least through Sunday, and at dinner heard if we don't finish then, it's day to day.Since we're the no-go guys, I suspect the bigwigs will start throwing dead QA guys out the door until we say "hey, looks good to us!"(just kidding.)(I think.)
Just ignore the gibbering troll in the corner.So, any other cult classic movie buffs?
You are become the evil you crusade against.
Joe -I've crashed a few bikes in my time, but I had the sense to do it with the big,lumbering 100lb jobs, not the cadillac sedan deville-class models you ride.
Brenda,I love 'em but I really haven't seen that many, now that I think of it.
A good friend's husband is in the 4ID currently on his second tour. He's spent a lot of time in Baghdad this time and has had very different experiences than the first time. He's a tanker and the only time he fired any weapon the first tour was when they had to "test" the main gun of the tank on the range. The area he was in was and is peaceful and moving on. They had clean water and regular electricity for the first time ever. The MSM don't go outside of Baghdad for the most part and so we end up hearing about everything going on there, but not the good in other parts of the country.
Deb, I am in no fit state to entertain visitors now. I can't speak for the others but I'd bet a shiny new dime you will find all their lines busy. Sayonara as they say in Germany.
The Killing of Sister George comes to mind! LOL LOL
Fred:That is freakin' hilair! Almost, but not quite as good as North Korea's official "news."
What would you ask the K foundation for Rabbit?
I don't control the alert level. Sorry.What fascinated me about 1776 so far is how close we came to losing. Even some in Congress were eager to remain British citizens - which was a great empire at the time - because it was only certain colonies that really felt the pinch.Freedom was a radical idea then.
Joe -That's a compliment to your bikes, BTW. I love cadillacs. They contribute beautifully to the Global Warming/Cooling/Chaos Climate Change, and with such style!
How far is Ft. Lewis from Eugene? Just a thought...I'm reading Rabbit Angstrom - the 4 novels again. It's my favorite book, evah!
I just finished reading the entire Ambrose series and am now reading a book about the German Infantry experience in WWII.As for the weekend, I am going fishing with one of my best friends and my 8 year old daughter tomorrow morning. She has yet to catch her first fish so we are going to our super secret squirrel fishing spot with guaranteed results.
For the record, I'm not a Marine. But I'd be proud to be one. I'm a soldier. You're not even human! BTW, there is the for nothing we are fighting against.* Iran Embassy Hostages, 1979;* Beirut, Lebanon Embassy 1983;* Beirut, Lebanon Marine Barracks 1983;* Lockerbie, Scotland Pan-Am flight to New York1988;* First New York World Trade Center attack 1993;* Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Khobar Towers Militarycomplex 1996;* Nairobi, Kenya US Embassy 1998;* Dares Salaam, Tanzania US Embassy 1998;* Aden, Yemen USS Cole 2000;* New York World Trade Center 2001;* Pentagon 2001.I hope you like your Burka Doc.
One of my favorites is the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre.Best Lines:"You damn fool you...ruined the door!"And"Me and him does all the work, you're just the cook."
Brenda:There's a reason those frames are so expensive: they can survive car crashes, you may not, but most of the bike might. Here's a tidbit from the pros: they shave their legs not to go faster, but so the bandages from crashes are easier to change. With some good rash, you have to redress everyday.
Brenda, the Blockbuster in one of the towns I lived in once jokingly offered to pay me a couple bucks a month because I blew the dust off the offerings in the Cheese Flicks section more than anyone they'd hired.I regret to say I'm quite familiar with the ouvre of Shannon Tweed.
Favorite cult movies. RHPS, Flash Gordon, anything but Jersey Girl buy Kevin Smith, Young Frankenstein.
Brenda:And no, I do not shave my legs!
BrendaK, there are two kinds of movies. I know cuz I are a exprt. Really, really good ones and really, really bad ones. Like Citizen Kane, 7 samurai VS any Ed Wood or Killer Tomatoes. I dont know the one put up but I will sure check into it.
HawkThanks...I really believe that side of the story will get out.The MSM's behavior is a scandal and treasonous beyond belief...and I don't say that without pause.I'm thankful every day for our guys fighting the War on Terror.Please tell them that regardless of what they see or hear on TV and radio (actually, radio is pretty good on the war)the folks I see every day support them 100%. These are people I see when I travel all over the country in my business.
This is a wonderful place to see all the amazing, positive progress
I don't know what I'd do with the grant money.....Make a difference in someone's life, annonymously.
Sulla:I still can't believe Bill Maher did The Pirrhana Women and the Avocado Jungle of Death.
Joe -I really did believe the thing about shaving to go faster.Doh!
I personally love how they harp on the "Mission Accomplished" thing. The "Mission" was to get rid of Saddam and get rid of the Baathists...as well as ending that carriers mission. Now there is a new one, but do they report the stunt correctly? nope. Doesn't fit in with their agenda of "Get rid of Bush at all costs as payback for Clinton."
Joe, Joe, Joe...It's CANNIBAL Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death.If I ever meet Bill Maher and he decides to get all uppity about how Truthy he is, I'd be like, "Avocado Jungle of Death, dude. Boo-yah!" and he'd be all like crying like the girly boy he is.And if that doesn't stop him: "Pizza Man."
HoseYou are a lucky man (and a good dad)to get to go fishing with your daughter!
Tesla -Fist of the North Star would be in the 'so bad it's both painful and funny' category.Feest o'te Noth Stah!
Did somwonw shit their pants? Or is their a pedophillic self-hating lesbian soon to be prison raped troll in here?
Olive Killer Tomatoes!Now I've got "Puberty Love" stuck in my head.
brendaK, would that be along the lines of Basket Case?
Brenda:Instead of a tattoo junkie, I'm a scar junkie. Here's a little story from my second to last crash. Warning, just a little blood.
Fred,You still here? What's with the Go Blue tomorrow? Name names, man.
It's got Costas Mandylor, though, so something nice to look at anyway. Well, except for his over-long hair. That looks stupid.
oops I doubled
Sulla:D'oh! But the tribe was pirrhana, right? Anyway, I thought his head couldn't get any bigger in relation to this body, but I guess he proved me wrong!
Tesla - haven't seen Basket Case. I have seen Killer Tomatoes, though.Uhtaaaack of the Killer TomAAAtoes!
Does Napoleon Dynamite qualify as a "cult" flick?
I actually have 4 kids. I have a soon to be 17 year old step son, a 15 year old daughter, an 8 year old daughter and a just turned 7 year old daughter. She's the one with the bum bike.
Does Napoleon Dynamite qualify as a "cult" flick? Duuuuuude *wink*
Master Yoda,Michigan vs. Vanderbilt
Hawk,"Beirut, Lebanon Marine Barracks 1983;"My only complaint with Reagan...Did we ever get payback on that one?
My favorite line from a film:"IT'S NOT MY GODDAMNED PLANET, MONKEY-BOY!!!!"Screamed by John Lithgow in "Buckaroo Banzai
Jayne's Speed BumpYou know how you see something really painful looking and you get that kind of painful hitch right around the heart? Right, I got that seeing the pics.Geez. That's something you do VOLUNTARILY? You are a mad man.
Please see my blog for the list of terrorist attacks up to and including 9-11 under "So you think it's Bush's fault?"
Omega Man! Charlton Heston was teh hot. Plus, zombies!!!
Sooner or later every movie seems to become a cult movie. I've watched Citizen Kane way too many times and I have yet to see the table move.And joe 1of3 you are a man amongst men to not shave your legs. I just cant bring myself to do it even after being around friends doing the bandage change thing.
Billowy's good.Indeed.Fred, you are a genius... is that redundant? ha!
OK Fred,I'm all SEC, but I'll give you that one. Just beat OSU. The media has already declared them national champions.And BTW, if you decide to hit F4 this weekend can I have two hours notice? Work that out with Sulla and I'll set the alarm.
Hey, if you want to look for root causes, Thomas freakin' Jefferson was the first POTUS to send Marines to deal with the Barbary pirates. ("...to the shores of Tripoli...")And there was that one where Teddy Roosevelt's big stick pounded home "Perdicaris alive or Rasuli dead." That was 1904.
Evening y'all. Man oh man, I'm havin trouble with blogger tonight. But I see y'all have been busy while I was having downtime with the family. I'll toss my 2 cents in (if Blogger will let me!).I'm currently reading Cash (Johnny Cash's autobiography) and the bible...Not to mention every Dr. Seuss book under the sun!"Cult" movie favorites would have to be anything by Kevin Smith and Empire Records.Finally, I wanted to thank Hawk for introducing us to such an amazing hero. May God bless him.
Dr. Strangelove"You want to know I think? I think you're some kind of deviated prevert. I think General Ripper found out about preversions, and that you was organizing some kind of mutiny of preverts."
Brenda:It's not all just falling over and bleeding! But going 40 miles an hour down a mountain is fun! Oh, and drafting behind cars who don't think you can go as fast as they can is quite satisfying.
I would have thought them isolated incidents when I was a youngster.But given there are some Islamists still screaming about Crusaders, and suddenly the Song of Roland is a contemporary strategy guide.
Does anyone remember "Eraser Head" or did I make that up in my twisted youth?
When I think of cult movies, I tend to think of "Heathers".
Eraserhead.Pumpkinhead.LAZERBLAST, BOY-EE!I got that one on DVD.
Yoda,OSU is gonna be good. So who's your favorite SEC team? Looks like Auburn should be tough.
Eri:Anything by David Lynch is a cult classic, even Dune.
Sulla"And there was that one where Teddy Roosevelt's big stick pounded home "Perdicaris alive or Rasuli dead." That was 1904. "What was that movie? Lion In Winter? Can't remember
Eraser Head by David Lynch. OOh OOh I think I'll put on Twin Peaks.Goodnite Cartman.
Joe,the David Lynch DUNE.Sean Young, almost sane.Yum.
Ugh...That should be "your preversions" above.
Eraserhead.Pumpkinhead.LAZERBLAST, BOY-EE!I got that one on DVD. You wouldn't mind marrying me, would you Henry? Well... no. Ha haaaaaaaaaa! I didn't make it up!
Sulla:I'll take crazy Sean Young any day, which is every day for her, I guess.
Omega Man. YESSoylent Green. Yes
rabbit:"Soylent green is made of people!"
Preversions are good. Might have to go check out some female silicon chest technology later on.
Oh Rabbit...!People. We're eating PEOPLE!
FredIt will be Auburn, if they get past LSU in the division, and Florida or Georgia. I'm from Knoxville and too pissed to talk about THAT.In the big picture, I just hope it isn't Texas. They don't play in a competitive conference...fair disclosure...I went to TCU and they whipped our butts every year. A little envy is good...
Lion in Winter - crusades. Yup.By the way, one of the WEIRDEST dang books I've read in a long time was earlier this year, when I picked up Umberto Eco's BAUDOLINO.
"We have to stop them, somehow!"
You guys are all on the best movie now?One I like, isn't the best, but always makes me well up is "The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter" with Alan Arkin
And if you REALLY want to go back, Publius Clodius messed with some Roman-era arab traders, who (Abrahamites even then) got him drunk and circumcised him in his sleep.Frictions go back a long, long way.
mmmmmmmm.... two movies that will make me bawl even the one hundredth time I see them, Hawk: Braveheart and Blackhawk Down. Good God Almighty.
Did we go to best movie?Oh, heck. Only the really odd movies stick in my mind.Ok, I liked The Joy Luck Club. Rarely, I liked it better than the book.
That was me and White Oleanders Brenda....
Bike fixed, problem solved, crisis averted. And peace returns, once again, to "Happy Valley"
pixie -Yes, Braveheart. And Rob Roy.
They're good Pixie.For quality of acting, sets, costumes and direction, the flashbacks to old New York sequences in the Godfather 2, have no equal.The whole movie is good, but the period pieces of NY and Sicily are the best.
Oh, my gosh.Schindler's List. I'm a salty puddle on the floor watching that one.Band of Brothers. It made me really look at seniors around me, each of whom might be another quiet hero.
Has anyone ever seen "Like Water For Chocolate"? Both the movie and the book were great - the book is fantastic as it actually has RECIPES for the meals that were catalysts for the chaos. Being a Zonie (Arizonan) I loves me some Mexican food - traditional is BEST.... Okay, I just went all random and off topic there. Sorry.
PixieAdd "We were Soldiers Once..." to that list
"Ladder 49" is on.
I probably did that BrendaK, I thought you all were talking movies.
I tell you what makes me cry:The poor little Christmas tree on "A Charlie Brown Christmas". It has to do with a real child hood memory of mine.
Yup BrendaK,BOB was the finest mini-series ever made.
Random is good pixie. Since being defrisched, hopefully, I'm feeling quite refreshed. Nice place to spend the evening. Good folks, good conversation.
Hose -No problem, it's all interesting. We were talking cult classic movies - probably about ran out of those. Favorites are good, too.
Every Memorial Day, I take out my boxed set of Band of Brothers and watch every episode that weekend. I just never get tired of it.
"Band of Brothers", the extended versions of "The Lord of the Rings", "Str Wars", "Zulu", all of the "Harry Potter"s, "The Patriot"
Oh my stars. Schindler's List. Yes, Brenda! I concur - I saw a movie on TMC not too long ago - I believe it was called "The Shop on Main Street" - filmed in the 40's. It moved me as much, if not more so than, Schindler's List. If ever you have the opportunity...Still waiting to watch "We Were Soldiers Once"... I'm still way too fragile. In waiting.
hawk -BOB was a mini-series? I have it on DVD; the production values are so good it's hard to believe it's not cinema.
It's on one of the "Encore" channels. retty good excet for a few "technical" why are they doing that, or would never happen things
Oh, and "It Happened One Night"
My favorite is"The Best Years of Our Lives"Wifey-Poo hates it because Teresa Wright breaks up Dana Andrew and Viginia (OW-WOOOOOOO) stomp, stomp, stomp Mayos marriage. But it like they never should have married in the first place. I love the characters.
Yeah Bren, I got the whole series too. It was an HBO Mini-Series.
I like The Best Years, too.
To Kill a Mockingbird with Gregory Peck. Loved the book, loved the movie.And yes, Gone With The Wind.
my bad. Roosevelt was "the wind and the lion."
Wasn't Band of Brothers also an actual Documentary? I may have it confused with something else. My father told me my ... Great Uncle (????) Jim Dunn was mentioned... or quoted, or something. I should probably put the coffee on because Tesla said it... and there is no where else I'd rather be than here right now.Good company, Indeed.
A Warrior's EthosI am an American Soldier.I will always place mission first.I will never accept defeat.I will never quit.I will never leave a fallen comrade.I am an American soldier.I live by this creed.
Hawk -I must have seen the HBO logo on it sometime, but I swear I don't remember it and I've watched the whole thing several times. My favorite parts are the real men talking about their experiences. Real heroes rarely seem to know that they are, do they?
I was given the set for father's day a coule of years ago, but lost the set in the move last year. I have been deserately searching for it while I have been convalescing. I can watch it over and over again. Thank God the History Channel ran them two weeks ago.
texette -With that and Band of Brothers, I'm going to get teary here.
I also love the Brotherhood. It is so much like all of us in the fire service. I know it isn't the same but there are so many parallels it isn't funny.
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