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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
29 September 2013
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AppleScruffJunior said
I used sweetened soya milk (bought in Lidl) but coconut and almond milk are other substitutes. I actually prefer soya to cow milk so I think I'll just continue drinking that, it doesn't go off as fast as cow's milk either :)

Okay, thanks for you help. I drink soya milk anyway so that should be fine :D

 

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29 September 2013
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I don't know why I posted these, I just like Disney :)

 

 

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29 September 2013
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Disney have some amazing films. The Jungle Book was on earlier today so its been Sky+'d forever.

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29 September 2013
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I love Disney. I'm so glad I spent a lot of my youth watching loads of Disney films instead of on some of those crappy animated series on tv.

I love fairytales anyway. My grandma used to have this huge book with stories by the brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen and other famous fairytale-writers and it was very old and had these nice illustrations in it. Every Sunday when I'd go visit her she would read me a story. For me, those were always days to look forward to. 

30 September 2013
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I've been crazy awake since 2 am & no I haven't had any Prellies.

It is now 8:15 pm. I'm finally getting sleepy. Good night, forum.

30 September 2013
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I love Disney films, just not the channel (anymore). I just bought a bunch of Disney movies recently from their movie club and some from the Disney Movie Rewards. I should be getting The Little Mermaid tomorrow or Tuesday in the mail.

So, what everyone's favorite Disney film?  

30 September 2013
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sky090909 said
I love Disney films, just not the channel (anymore). I just bought a bunch of Disney movies recently from their movie club and some from the Disney Movie Rewards. I should be getting The Little Mermaid tomorrow or Tuesday in the mail.

So, what everyone's favorite Disney film?  

 

Robin Hood/The Jungle Book.

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30 September 2013
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cbatcu said
I've been crazy awake since 2 am & no I haven't had any Prellies.

It is now 8:15 pm. I'm finally getting sleepy. Good night, forum.

Nightie nighties.  Just after 8pm here now too - my son has a friend over to play video games, so I suspect not much sleep for me either :)

 

30 September 2013
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sky090909 said
I love Disney films, just not the channel (anymore). I just bought a bunch of Disney movies recently from their movie club and some from the Disney Movie Rewards. I should be getting The Little Mermaid tomorrow or Tuesday in the mail.

So, what everyone's favorite Disney film?  

Lion King, Fantasia and The Avengers :)

 

30 September 2013
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cbatcu said
I've been crazy awake since 2 am & no I haven't had any Prellies.

It is now 8:15 pm. I'm finally getting sleepy. Good night, forum.

 

It's 9 AM now here where I live and it's fundraiser time at the station I work at. (If you've seen PBS, it's sort of like that with people standing by waiting to take calls.) So you rest, while I work.

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wetsroosa said

cbatcu said
I've been crazy awake since 2 am & no I haven't had any Prellies.

It is now 8:15 pm. I'm finally getting sleepy. Good night, forum.

 

It's 9 AM now here where I live and it's fundraiser time at the station I work at. (If you've seen PBS, it's sort of like that with people standing by waiting to take calls.) So you rest, while I work.

8 am in CST-land. I'm at my desk at work. I can't say I'm rarin' to go, but I'll make it. I think I will attach my mp3 player to my head and go work in the stacks. At least I'll be up and moving around to try to get more awake.

 

30 September 2013
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It is now 9:43 am in CST land. I am just chilling until my class later today. 

Favorite Disney film: Lion King, Pocahontas, & Hocus Pocus 

30 September 2013
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Was in Glasgow over the weekend and as always I look in the Beatles and solo sections when in the music stores. Dumbfounded to find that whilst the Beatles remasters go for £9 each, Johns are £16. Double Fantasy Stripped was £20!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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30 September 2013
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No, it's an online general history of rock course through McGraw-Hill.

I've borrowed that book from the library, though.

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parlance said
No, it's an online general history of rock course through McGraw-Hill.

I've borrowed that book from the library, though.

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Good. Glad you found it there!

30 September 2013
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sky090909 said

So, what everyone's favorite Disney film?  

I tend to like the more modern ones, so Hunchback of Notre Dame, Fantasia Continued, Lilo & Stitch and Wreck-it Ralph.

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30 September 2013
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sky090909 said
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So, what everyone's favorite Disney film?  

Mary Poppins. I have a huge Mary Poppins memorabilia collection.

30 September 2013
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Awesome. ^ You know they are coming out with the blu ray in December I believe for the 50th anniversary.  

30 September 2013
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cbatcu said
parlance,

Is this your textbook?

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb.....0760338131

The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones: Sound Opinions on the Great Rock 'n' Roll Rivalry by Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot (Oct 16, 2010)

That looks interesting...Christmas list!

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sky090909 said
So, what everyone's favorite Disney film?  

I tend to like the more modern ones, so Hunchback of Notre Dame, Fantasia Continued, Lilo & Stitch and Wreck-it Ralph.

parlance

I tend to like what they call the Disney Renaissances era (90s), but I do like some modern ones like Lilo & Stitch and UP and classic ones too. 

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