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Dr.Siouxs
06-03-2010, 03:58 AM
Leningrad, Alexandria, Bombay, Stalingrad, Peking. (hmmm, the exact opposite of falling dance san :COP:)

World Professional Skating Champions:

Janet Lynn (2)
Dorothy Hamill (4)
Debi Thomas (3)
Denise Biellman (1)
Kristi Yamaguchi (4)
Midori Ito (1)
Yuka Sato (4)
Michelle Kwan (1)
Tara Lipinski (1)

falling_dance
06-03-2010, 04:22 AM
Tomorrow morning, a search party will form and rescue sioux-san, who is lost in the twentieth century.

1) Kwan in 1998, tied with Hamill in 1985

programs to musical wallpaper:

Kerrigan's Desperate Love SP
Yamaguchi's Reflections of Passion TP
Kostner's Country SP from 2004-5
Phaneuf's You Are So Beautiful SP

Dr.Siouxs
06-03-2010, 05:56 AM
You forgot Skizny's LP to Sabrina, falling dance san. :2faced: I pick Kerrigan out of those as she was the best skater.



ToToToToT: 'Tis Pity We Are Slores

Did you know about this play before you met me? :COP: If so, I'm impressed. (I haven't read it though).

Afternoon of a Faun
Janet Lynn
or
Yuka Sato

falling_dance
06-03-2010, 07:28 AM
You forgot Skizny's LP to Sabrina, falling dance san. :2faced: I pick Kerrigan out of those as she was the best skater.

You're right to point out that obvious exclusion. Also: :eek:.



Did you know about this play before you met me? :COP: If so, I'm impressed. (I haven't read it though).

I used to own a book of dramatic monologues which included scenes from that play.

Lynn

Janet Lynn
or
John Curry?

Buzz
06-03-2010, 12:04 PM
Janet Lynn

Stephen King screen adaptations....

Carrie
The Shinning
Cujo
Christine
Children of The Corn
Firestarter
Maximum Overdrive
Pet Cemetery
Misery
Stand By Me

falling_dance
06-03-2010, 12:12 PM
My belated congratulations to you on reaching 6,000 posts, Buzz. :)

The Shining (1980)

skipping:

breakfast
lunch
dinner

Buzz
06-03-2010, 12:19 PM
muchas gracias falling_dance! I did not even notice that myself! hehehehehe

lunch, I've done it many time... :slinkaway

sailing around the world on a yacht
around the world by cruise ship
around the world by train
around the world by plane
around the world on bicycle
stay home and watch it on tv :)

Rex
06-03-2010, 12:45 PM
By cruise ship, preferably the Owner's Suite (http://www.cruiseweb.com/princess-imagelibrary/ship-tahitianprincess/OwnerSuite3HR-w600x400.jpg)

Cunard
Crystal
Celebrity
Seabourn
Costa
P&O
Holland-America
purple indifference to cruise lines, just send me.

Buzz
06-03-2010, 12:52 PM
Holland-America

Caribbean vacation spots...

Cuba
Dominican Republic
Aruba
Bahamas
Barbados
St. Vincent & The Grenadines
Jamaica
Turks and Caicos Islands

Dr.Siouxs
06-04-2010, 04:13 AM
Jamaica :summer:


American Graffiti
The French Connection
The English Patient
The Last King of Scotland
The China Syndrome
Good Morning, Vietnam
From Russia with love
Australia
A Passage to India
The Italian Job

falling_dance
06-04-2010, 08:20 AM
The Last King of Scotland

slow spins
slow spirals
long, draggy step sequences
noteworthy gaps of time and distance between jumps in combination

LynnW
06-05-2010, 12:58 AM
noteworthy gaps of time and distance between jumps in combination


Other noteworthy novelsin3lines:

An epileptic farmer's wife of Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux, Seine-et-Marne, fell, wedging her head in a milk jug. She suffocated.

As he was hauling up a ground line at Champigny, M. Journet of Rue Saint-Sabin, Paris, fell into the Marne. He was not seen again.

Digitalis killed Couchy, a Saint-Germain woman of means, who earlier had drawn up a death letter and instructions for her funeral.

Le Douz, a sailor, attempted to strangle Mme. Favennec, 70, of Brest. When arrested he claimed to remember nothing.

From the great rose window of the portal of the cathedral of Amiens, dear to Ruskin, a stone fell onto the steps.

Buzz
06-05-2010, 01:49 AM
As he was hauling up a ground line at Champigny, M. Journet of Rue Saint-Sabin, Paris, fell into the Marne. He was not seen again.

French authors.....

Alexander Dumas
Victor Hugo
Gustave Flaubert
Charles Baudelaire
Honore D’Balzac

falling_dance
06-05-2010, 04:19 AM
:)

Flaubert

Guy de Maupassant
Anton Chekhov
DH Lawrence
Katherine Mansfield

Buzz
06-05-2010, 06:07 AM
Guy de Maupassant

who will be the biggest surprise package in this World Cup?

North Korea
Japan
South Africa
Greece
USA
Slovenia
Algeria