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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
15 December 2013
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borrowbooks.ie looks like one very good service. What Beatles books did you order?

Glad to hear no puppies have come to any harm.

How adorable is this one

 and these two

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'The Beatles and Ireland' by Michael Lynch

'The Beatles Years: Volume 2 After The Breakup 1970-2001 by Keith Badman (great surname, eh?)

'The Beatles' Shadow: Stuart Sutcliffe's Lonely Hearts Club' by Pauline Sutcliffe

And 'The Kama Sutra'....I may be joking about that one, you decide a-hard-days-night-john-7

If all of them transactions go on well then I will definitely order more books, probably about Brian brian-epstein because I have never read a book on him

 

 

 

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AppleScruffJunior said
'The Beatles and Ireland' by Michael Lynch

'The Beatles Years: Volume 2 After The Breakup 1970-2001 by Keith Badman (great surname, eh?)

'The Beatles' Shadow: Stuart Sutcliffe's Lonely Hearts Club' by Pauline Sutcliffe

And 'The Kama Sutra'....I may be joking about that one, you decide a-hard-days-night-john-7

If all of them transactions go on well then I will definitely order more books, probably about Brian brian-epstein because I have never read a book on him

 

Very good book. Well worth reading.

 

 

 

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16 December 2013
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wetsroosa said

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 That video right after the Dylan song about John = a few tears.

*shakes off sentimental feelings*

Have any of you found your birth year word?

OED birthday word generator: which words originated in your birth year?

Hubby's is the word Beatlesque :-) heart

I got "gasp."a-hard-days-night-ringo-6

 

Mine is "bagsy." Really. ahdn_paul_01

That word just will not do for a V.I.P.

Here are some other choices that could have been made for your year.

improv -- intranet -- karaoke -- veg

So someone could take one of mmm's chill pills and veg with you.

16 December 2013
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AppleScruffJunior said
'The Beatles and Ireland' by Michael Lynch

'The Beatles Years: Volume 2 After The Breakup 1970-2001 by Keith Badman (great surname, eh?)

'The Beatles' Shadow: Stuart Sutcliffe's Lonely Hearts Club' by Pauline Sutcliffe

And 'The Kama Sutra'....I may be joking about that one, you decide a-hard-days-night-john-7

If all of them transactions go on well then I will definitely order more books, probably about Brian brian-epstein because I have never read a book on him

 

 

Very good book. Well worth reading.ahdn_ringo_09

 Oh, and my word is "fauxhawk"

 

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I'm confused. The first mmm quote/response to ASJ has the Beatles Years bolded as a very good book that is well worth reading.

The second time, when IveJustSeenAFaceo quotes mmm's quote of ASJ, the bolded title has changed. I don't think mmm changed his bolding. I guess you changed which title was bolded, IveJustSeenAFaceo? If so, perhaps you can edit your post and quote ASJ directly (w/o mmm's bolding/comments) so everything will be clear as to who said what. Not a big deal really, but it might clear up some confusion.

Oh, and ASJ, I don't think you are joking. :-)

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Ahhh Girl said

wetsroosa said

Ahhh Girl said
a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 That video right after the Dylan song about John = a few tears.

*shakes off sentimental feelings*

Have any of you found your birth year word?

OED birthday word generator: which words originated in your birth year?

Hubby's is the word Beatlesque :-) heart

I got "gasp."a-hard-days-night-ringo-6

 

Mine is "bagsy." Really. ahdn_paul_01

That word just will not do for a V.I.P.

Here are some other choices that could have been made for your year.

improv -- intranet -- karaoke -- veg

So someone could take one of mmm's chill pills and veg with you.

If by V.I.P. you mean Very Idiotic Person, then yes I am a V.I.P. mal-evans

Other choices for my year: fluffer (hey there, Ron Jeremy!), e-mail, deal breaker... 

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Mine was "mockney"... Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner...

Oh, and very naughty with the "Gav is gone", ASJ! And I was going to console you by telling you how, when I was 6 or 7, we lost our pet turkey - Gobbles - just a few weeks before Christmas. We went to school one day and Gobbles was running around the garden as he had been for months, but when we got home Gobbles was just gone. Our parents told us Gobbles must have found a way out of the garden somehow.

I suppose the good thing is that he didn't have to witness us tucking into one of his relations on Christmas Day...

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Ahhh Girl said
I'm confused. The first mmm quote/response to ASJ has the Beatles Years bolded as a very good book that is well worth reading.

The second time, when IveJustSeenAFaceo quotes mmm's quote of ASJ, the bolded title has changed. I don't think mmm changed his bolding. I guess you changed which title was bolded, IveJustSeenAFaceo? If so, perhaps you can edit your post and quote ASJ directly (w/o mmm's bolding/comments) so everything will be clear as to who said what. Not a big deal really, but it might clear up some confusion.

Oh, and ASJ, I don't think you are joking. :-)

I changed the bolding to make the joke that the Kama Sutra was a good book that was well worth the read. I'll fix it though.

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AppleScruffJunior said
^^^ My puppy Gavin died on Christmas Day from heartburn, I can't believe Gav is gone

I'll let myself out

A three-legged dog walked in to an old Western saloon and said, "I'm looking for the man who shot my pa(w)".

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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Ahhh Girl said
I'm confused. The first mmm quote/response to ASJ has the Beatles Years bolded as a very good book that is well worth reading.

The second time, when IveJustSeenAFaceo quotes mmm's quote of ASJ, the bolded title has changed. I don't think mmm changed his bolding. I guess you changed which title was bolded, IveJustSeenAFaceo? If so, perhaps you can edit your post and quote ASJ directly (w/o mmm's bolding/comments) so everything will be clear as to who said what. Not a big deal really, but it might clear up some confusion.

Oh, and ASJ, I don't think you are joking. :-)

I changed the bolding to make the joke that the Kama Sutra was a good book that was well worth the read. I'll fix it though.

Thank you. I don't think the forum could have handled a mental image of mmm with a well worn copy of Kama Sutra on his bedside table after all the other posts this weekend.ahdn_paul_02 paul-mccartney

...or even a copy he checked out from a library... :-)

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Ahhh Girl said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Ahhh Girl said
I'm confused. The first mmm quote/response to ASJ has the Beatles Years bolded as a very good book that is well worth reading.

The second time, when IveJustSeenAFaceo quotes mmm's quote of ASJ, the bolded title has changed. I don't think mmm changed his bolding. I guess you changed which title was bolded, IveJustSeenAFaceo? If so, perhaps you can edit your post and quote ASJ directly (w/o mmm's bolding/comments) so everything will be clear as to who said what. Not a big deal really, but it might clear up some confusion.

Oh, and ASJ, I don't think you are joking. :-)

I changed the bolding to make the joke that the Kama Sutra was a good book that was well worth the read. I'll fix it though.

Thank you. I don't think the forum could have handled a mental image of mmm with a well worn copy of Kama Sutra on his bedside table after all the other posts this weekend.ahdn_paul_02 paul-mccartney

...or even a copy he checked out from a library... :-)

I have never read, bought or borrowed a copy of the Kama Sutra.a-hard-days-night-john-1 Just like to clarify. Now please can everyone remove those images in your heads.

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My word is ''dadrock''.

 

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Zig said

AppleScruffJunior said
^^^ My puppy Gavin died on Christmas Day from heartburn, I can't believe Gav is gone

I'll let myself out

A three-legged dog walked in to an old Western saloon and said, "I'm looking for the man who shot my pa(w)".

Thank you, Zig. We will take a talking dog over a dead one any day.

@Linde...I admit I'm going to have to look that one up. I've never heard of it.

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meanmistermustard said

Ahhh Girl said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Ahhh Girl said
I'm confused. The first mmm quote/response to ASJ has the Beatles Years bolded as a very good book that is well worth reading.

The second time, when IveJustSeenAFaceo quotes mmm's quote of ASJ, the bolded title has changed. I don't think mmm changed his bolding. I guess you changed which title was bolded, IveJustSeenAFaceo? If so, perhaps you can edit your post and quote ASJ directly (w/o mmm's bolding/comments) so everything will be clear as to who said what. Not a big deal really, but it might clear up some confusion.

Oh, and ASJ, I don't think you are joking. :-)

I changed the bolding to make the joke that the Kama Sutra was a good book that was well worth the read. I'll fix it though.

Thank you. I don't think the forum could have handled a mental image of mmm with a well worn copy of Kama Sutra on his bedside table after all the other posts this weekend.ahdn_paul_02 paul-mccartney

...or even a copy he checked out from a library... :-)

I have never read, bought or borrowed a copy of the Kama Sutra.a-hard-days-night-john-1 Just like to clarify. Now please can everyone remove those images in your heads.

Neither have I, but I have seen the movie. Slow, tepid movie, but the women are nice to look at. And usually undressed.

Hey, I was 17 when I saw it, give me a break. a-hard-days-night-george-10

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wetsroosa said

meanmistermustard said

Ahhh Girl said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Ahhh Girl said
I'm confused. The first mmm quote/response to ASJ has the Beatles Years bolded as a very good book that is well worth reading.
The second time, when IveJustSeenAFaceo quotes mmm's quote of ASJ, the bolded title has changed. I don't think mmm changed his bolding. I guess you changed which title was bolded, IveJustSeenAFaceo? If so, perhaps you can edit your post and quote ASJ directly (w/o mmm's bolding/comments) so everything will be clear as to who said what. Not a big deal really, but it might clear up some confusion.
Oh, and ASJ, I don't think you are joking. :-)

I changed the bolding to make the joke that the Kama Sutra was a good book that was well worth the read. I'll fix it though.

Thank you. I don't think the forum could have handled a mental image of mmm with a well worn copy of Kama Sutra on his bedside table after all the other posts this weekend.ahdn_paul_02 paul-mccartney
...or even a copy he checked out from a library... :-)

I have never read, bought or borrowed a copy of the Kama Sutra.a-hard-days-night-john-1 Just like to clarify. Now please can everyone remove those images in your heads.

Neither have I, but I have seen the movie. Slow, tepid movie, but the women are nice to look at. And usually undressed.

Hey, I was 17 when I saw it, give me a break. a-hard-days-night-george-10

There is a movie of the Kama Sutra!? Wouldn't that would have been rated 18? I think we might just have to report you.

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Well, don't know where wetroosa's from, but in the US, you only need to be 17 to get into R movies without an adult. 

Edit: Oh, and 81 is how many posts I had when the rollback happened. I'd be up to 99.

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Well, don't know where wetroosa's from, but in the US, you only need to be 17 to get into R movies without an adult. 

Edit: Oh, and 81 is how many posts I had when the rollback happened. I'd be up to 99.

I wonder if the same age ranges were applicable when wetsroosa was 17. I'm not saying you are old, wetsroosa, I just can't recall when all the ratings things happened. I can't call you old. I'm just one year away from being old enough that I could have been your babysitter when your parents needed a break.

John and Paul were way beyond just reading the Kama Sutra or watching the movie by the time they were 17. Let's not hide our heads in the sand over that fact. If they did read the Kama Sutra, would we say that it was their first "eastern" influence?

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meanmistermustard said

wetsroosa said

meanmistermustard said

Ahhh Girl said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Ahhh Girl said
I'm confused. The first mmm quote/response to ASJ has the Beatles Years bolded as a very good book that is well worth reading.
The second time, when IveJustSeenAFaceo quotes mmm's quote of ASJ, the bolded title has changed. I don't think mmm changed his bolding. I guess you changed which title was bolded, IveJustSeenAFaceo? If so, perhaps you can edit your post and quote ASJ directly (w/o mmm's bolding/comments) so everything will be clear as to who said what. Not a big deal really, but it might clear up some confusion.
Oh, and ASJ, I don't think you are joking. :-)

I changed the bolding to make the joke that the Kama Sutra was a good book that was well worth the read. I'll fix it though.

Thank you. I don't think the forum could have handled a mental image of mmm with a well worn copy of Kama Sutra on his bedside table after all the other posts this weekend.ahdn_paul_02 paul-mccartney
...or even a copy he checked out from a library... :-)

I have never read, bought or borrowed a copy of the Kama Sutra.a-hard-days-night-john-1 Just like to clarify. Now please can everyone remove those images in your heads.

Neither have I, but I have seen the movie. Slow, tepid movie, but the women are nice to look at. And usually undressed.

Hey, I was 17 when I saw it, give me a break. a-hard-days-night-george-10

There is a movie of the Kama Sutra!? Wouldn't that would have been rated 18? I think we might just have to report you.

As IveJustSeenaFaceo pointed out, in the US to see a "R" rated movie, it's encouraged but not mandatory to bring an adult. NC-17 is supposed to be stricter, but I assure you it's not. (I think Kama Sutra fell in the Unrated category, and I looked older than 17, so there ya go.) Besides, this movie was in 1996, so statue of limitations and all. 

Besides, this is the same kid who taped every hour of the Playboy Channel upon discovering his parents forgot to add that channel to "block" when we first got our satellite dish the size of Texas. (Took my folks a week to discover their error, and by that point, I had 8 VHS tapes worth.) So really, Kama Sutra is a drop in a very polluted ocean. stuart-sutcliffe

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I think I've derailed the thread that's impossible to derail.

This might be the accomplishment of my career. If nothing else, I've done the unthinkable.

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