This or That, Old School Edition

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by falling_dance, May 30, 2013.

  1. Gypsy

    Gypsy Thunder & Lightning!!!

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    Medical School

    If you had no other choice, would you rather work at:
    Burger King
    McDonalds
     
  2. Buzz

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  3. Dr.Siouxs

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    Gross.

    Cured or dried meats
    Yay
    Nay
     
  4. Buzz

    Buzz Well-Known Member

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    1) hehehehe
    2) Nay


    Ever used a dating web site?

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  5. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    No.

    So, I decided to prepare this for my family. My mother insisted on doing much of the preparation, as she had visions of me in the emergency room after chopping the onions too carelessly. It was a qualified success.

    - Um, yay?
    - So, what did you leave out or substitute (besides the preserved lemons, saffron, and use of an actual tagine)? :2faced:
    - You're American. Don't call it coriander.
    - purple onion
     
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  7. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    I'd try the Frankenburger.

    August 5 people:

    Ilya Repin
    Guy de Maupassant
    Joseph Merrick
    John Huston
    Neil Armstrong
    Janet McTeer
    Adam Yauch
    Jonathan Silverman
    Funkmaster Flex
     
  8. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    Furnace.

    Which of these countries will produce the next World Champion first?
    Netherlands
    Slovakia
    Estonia
    Australia
    Brazil
    Britain
     
  9. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    No.

    Australia

    more :watch: in an Olympic season:

    the first GP of the season
    or
    whichever senior B is also the last Olympic qualifier?
     
  10. Dr.Siouxs

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    Fine, John Huston for his shrill, crazy old man performance in Treasure of the Sierra Madre.

    First GP but I am looking forward to the qualifiers. :watch:

    Is Tessa/Scott's selection of Scriabin as their FD music a sign of....
    -the return of the Scriabin curse
    -the destruction of the Scriabin curse
    -depends on how they skate
     
  11. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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  12. Dr.Siouxs

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    Eys, Tot is just a hopeless black hole in the universe. :drama:

    Neptmoon. :cheer2:

    1. will there be skary alienz on this moon?
    yes
    no

    2. Most unfortunate name:
    Dr. Blood (he also had a creepy lazy eye)
    Mr. Hole (he was a loan broker :lol:)
    Mrs. Cocksedge (English. 10th grade. She looked about 70 but was 27. Canterbury tales and Woman Warrior. :yawn:)
     
  13. Buzz

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    1) YES - but only if they send my boss there! Hehehe
    2) Mrs. Cocksedge


    Canadian bands:

    Nickelback
    OR
    Tragically Hip
     
  14. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    Tragically Hip

    R.E.M.
    or
    of Montreal?
     
  15. Dr.Siouxs

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    I always had a soft spot for of Montreal.

    Most unfortunate hair styles:
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    60's
    70's
    80's
    90's
    00's
     
  16. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    The 80s could be tremendously silly, but the flips and helmets (and "flipped helmets") of early 60s women were worse, IMO.

    Same question.
     
  17. Buzz

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    Definitely the 60s!


    Are you curious to see how the US national futbol team does in next year's World Cup? (The USNMT has won 11 straight games.)

    YES
    NO
    what's that?
     
  18. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    I don't follow soccer :)2faced:) so no.

    Would you consider any of Savchenko/Szolkowy's programs to be masterpieces?
    yes
    no
     
  19. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    yes

    as a program:

    M/D's Liebestraum
    or
    their Rach 2?
     
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    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    I said that before re-watching their 2012 Worlds performance of Pina. Now, I'm sure that any of their programs are masterpieces. :shuffle:

    It's a close-run thing between Aniston, Cage, and the Reagan cakewreck, but I'll go with the first of those three.
     
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    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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  23. Dr.Siouxs

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    (((((((Clowns))))))))

    Really? The Bieber drawing is by far my favorite. Those teeth! :rofl:

    Definitely the voidy photo with the dead stuffed cow. :swoon: Those cannibal cats in photo two are :yawn:

    Does Yu-Na have any masterpieces?
    yes
    no
     
  24. Dr.Siouxs

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    Sorry for the questions. We are just due to fill the next tier of the pantheon at the shrine. :drama:

    I am beginning to face the reality that we may never see Mao skate to Faure. :(

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9miL92YaMQ
     
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    Sorry for the questions. We are just due to fill the next tier of the pantheon at the shrine. :drama:

    I am beginning to face the reality that we may never see Mao skate to Faure. :(
     
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  26. Buzz

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    I have loved all Yu-na's programs but are any masterpieces? I really don't think so... :slinkaway


    Ever known anyone with a snake as a pet?

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  27. Dr.Siouxs

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    I had a beautiful corn snake that died. :( His name was snakey.

    If you were trained from early childhood to be a figure skater, which would you succeed the most in?
    singles
    pairs
    ice dance
    school figures
     
  28. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    school figures

    1) same question

    2) Would you like to start the next thread?
     
  29. Sparks

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    Ice Dance

    falling_dance.

    Who else?
     
  30. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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