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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
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9 December 2012
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re: Mad Men scene

 

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA That was brilliant! I was really looking forward to seeing this scene since I knew they used Tomorrow Never Knows.. but this is just brilliant!! Thanks for sharing! apple01apple01

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I know a lot of people like to see Madmen morph out of the 50s mold and start to crack in various ways under the pressure of the 60s cultural Revolution -- and logically, I guess it makes sense, else you would have little dramatic change going on from season to season.

 

But personally, I would prefer it if the whole show's premise was precisely these Madmen resisting that pressure, and just merrily continuing to be thoroughly 50s -- chasing secretaries around the desk, drinking martinis, smoking without worrying about it, blurting out politically INcorrect sentiments about society; etc.

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 Thanks!

 

 

Also:

Apparently Paul had a severe stomachache, according to Microsoft Word Help.

I was typing something in Word, and I wrote "next door" and it said it was improper grammar (it should be hyphenated), so I clicked on the Explain option, and this was one of the examples:

  • Instead of: Paul had a severe stomach ache.
  • Consider: Paul had a severe stomachache.

Poor Paul!

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Egroeg Evoli said
What do *9* and *17* mean?

9 is John's lucky number and 17 was the working title of I Saw Her Standing There.

 

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bikelock28 said
Depends where you are in either. New York is 5 hours behind London, San Francisco is 8 hours behind London.

London is an hour behind the Netherlands too, I believe. So it depends where you are in Europe as well.

 

Yesterday I had to work again. She started yelling again. After I sweeped the floor I had to vacuum it again, but I thought to myself ''Okay, you can either do what she says and get all hysterical again, or you can just go home and quit this.'' So I walked back and she was all like ''What you do? Vacuum cleaner there! You vacuum floor! Now'' (she doesn't speak Dutch that well, so I often don't understand half of what she says) I just said: ''No. I'm not doing anything. I'm going home and I'm not coming back. Bye'' So I just wrote down my hours and went home. Then my mom went there, without me knowing, and started rambling to my boss, telling her I was so sensitive and she doesn't need to yell and all. Then she wanted to talk it out with me so I had to go there AGAIN today. She SORT OF apologized and asked me if I wanted to continue working there. I just told her I needed to think about it. In the meanwhile, the post office had called to our home, asking if I was still interested in a job, sorting all the letters out and stuff. It's easy, easier to combine with school and it pays sooo much better. So I'll have a job interview there Tuesday, and I hope that works out. Then I can wave this restaurant goodbye forever.  

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