ToToToToT: The Ghost and the Oiliness

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  1. Buzz

    Buzz Well-Known Member

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    I really don't know since I have never seen the movie in full.


    Famous unsolved murders, which one you most want to see solved:

    Fr. Oscar Romero
    Olof Palme
    The boy in the box
    The Axeman of New Orleans
    JonBenét Ramsay
    Black Dahlia
    Zodiac Killer

    http://listverse.com/2007/09/11/top-10-unsolved-murders/
     
  2. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    Well I don't want the Zodiac murders solved since it was me.

    Who should I MURDER next?
    falling_dance, for her continued insistence in utilizing bits of the English lexicon that force me to consult dictionary.com at least twice a week. :mad:
    oriental_plane, for her perverse nature and audacity to correct brilliant sioux chan perfect grammars :mad:
    Buzz, for her continued and undying contributions to the TOTOTOT threads which probably predate contributions from sioux chan. :mad:
     
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  3. Buzz

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    Buzz, for her continued and undying contributions to the TOTOTOT threads which probably predate contributions from sioux chan. :blocjudge


    Should summer holidays for school kids be abolished?

    YES
    or
    NO
     
  4. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    YES! I can't go anywhere in the summer without running into some obnoxious snot nose. :rolleyes: And if our respective state budgets fail to allow for such extended education, let them be put into cages for the duration. :drama:

    Favorite "intelligent" animal
    Dolphins
    Gorillas
    Magpies
    Chimpanzees
    Elephants
    Octopus
     
  5. Maofan7

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    Dolphins

    Flipper or Cheetah?
     
  6. Buzz

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    Flipper


    Upcomng sci-fi movies:

    Oblivion
    After Earth
    Pacific Rim
    Ender's Game
    The Prototype
     
  7. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    I want to see all of them solved. Btw, I could only scroll down as far as the Boy in the Box. :insert rapidly aged graemlin here:

    Oblivion, I suppose.

    1)

    jobs held down by relatives and forebears which I'm ill-equipped to do myself:

    nurse practitioner
    mortician
    airline pilot
    US Marine Corps pilot
    network cameraman
    FedEx courier
    guitarist in a fledgling rock band
    high school basketball coach

    2)

    best reason for dispatching siouxdonym right. now.

    his tenure as the Zodiac Killer
    or
    the fact that he hasn't posted a personal heroines list in ToToToToT yet?
     
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  8. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    Why, you could be a mortician! Haven't four years of vivisections in the shrine taught you anything??! That also qualifies you for nurse practitioner and possibly high school basketball coach. :COP:

    least reputable profession:
    blogger
    ghost writer
    tabloid journalist
    reporter for FOX
     
  9. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    After the sacrifices, I always run away crying and let some Marty Feldman lookalike underling deal with it.

    Tabloid journalist. It's worse to be an opinionator for FOX than a reporter (except in the context of terrorism, it seems, in which they're equally bad).

    the belatedly added part 2 of #367
     
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  10. Buzz

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    the fact that he hasn't posted a personal heroines list in ToToToToT yet. :EVILLE:


    Classic thrillers:

    Snatch
    Taxi Driver
    The Sixh Sense
    Fatal Attraction
    Psycho
    Silence of the Lambs
    The Odessa File
    At Close Range
    In Cold Blood
    A Time To Kill
    Eastern Promises
     
  11. Dr.Siouxs

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    I love most of those films but will go with Silence of the Lambs today.

    Animated films:
    European
    Japanese
    American
     
  12. Buzz

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    American


    Frederick Forsyth novels:

    The Day of the Jackel
    The Odessa File
    The Dogs of War
    The Devil's Alternative
    Emeka
    The Fourth Protocol
    The Negotiator
    The Deceiver
     
  13. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    Glad we agree.

    The Day of the Jackal. I liked the last forty minutes or so I caught of the movie version.

    Edward Fox
    Emilia Fox
    James Fox
    Jamie Foxx
    Redd Foxx
    Michael J. Fox
     
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    Michael J. Fox

    Chess - which of the following 6 players could beat Deep Blue at their very best ?

    Garry Kasparov
    Anatoly Karpov
    Emanuel Lasker
    Wilhelm Steinitz
    Jose Capablanca
    Bobby Fischer
     
  15. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    My guesses would be Fischer and Kasparov, though it would be more fun to think of a distracted Paul Morphy beating the computer and confounding everyone.

    the Kingside
    or
    the Queenside?
     
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    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    That would be my guess. If not, scientists will have to invent a time machine that can go back to Argentina in the 1960s or where-/whenever.

    April 19 bundles:

    Ole Evinrude
    Constance Talmadge
    Eliot Ness
    Hugh O'Brian
    Dick Sargent
    Fernando Botero
    Dickie Bird
    Jayne Mansfield
    Dudley Moore
    Tim Curry
    Murray Perahia
    Paloma Picasso
    Ashley Judd
    Susan Polgar
    James Franco
     
  18. Dr.Siouxs

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    OOOOOR Hitler actually WAS a WOMAN! :eek::eek::eek:

    ETA: Hard to choose between Tim Curry and Dudley Moore. Jayne gets bronze for boob factor.

    Thoughts on my contribution to this thread.
    An interesting theory and probably true
    just....interesting. :slinkaway
    ECKSHUALLY, he was _______
    purple Memorium
     
  19. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    Beyond the Valley of the Reich.

    I just assumed that Platov was pocketing a fallen bugle bead or something. :saint:

    Yagudin SPs:

    Revolutionary Etude
    or
    Winter?
     
  20. Dr.Siouxs

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    NON. Dirty TAT choreographed it this way. :soapbox:

    Revolutionary Etude :cheer:

    Caryn Kadavy
    Tiffany Chin
    Debi Thomas
    Jill Trenary
     
  21. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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  22. Dr.Siouxs

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    tough choice. I'll go with Kwan, it was the best she ever skated that program.

    How many skaters per discipline should be allowed to go to Worlds/Olympics from each country?
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    unlimited as based on qualification standards
     
  23. Buzz

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    THREE!!!!! Please do not do to skating what was done to gymnastics!


    Vegetarian chilli
    OR
    Meat chilli
     
  24. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    vegetarian

    chicken curry
    egg curry
    vegetable curry

    Guess what falling_dance will be craving for the rest of the day.
     
  25. Buzz

    Buzz Well-Known Member

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    I'll try the egg curry. Sounds good. :D


    Classic horror:

    Psycho
    The Exorcist
    The Mummy (1932)
    Dracula
    Bride of Frankenstein
    The Wolfman
    The Last Man on Earth
    The Omen
    Rosemary's Baby
     
  26. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    Doesn't it, though?

    Psycho.

    Who will skate to 2018 Olympic gold with the "Velociraptor Mambo" sioux is working on?

    Davis/White
    Virtue/Moir
    Ilinykh/Katsalapov
    Cappellini/Lanotte
    Stepanova/Bukin
    or
    ______________?
     
  27. Buzz

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    Ilinykh/Katsalapov :)


    Salad + sandwich + water
    Pop + burger + fries
    Rice + gravy + beef stew + juice
    Pizza + chips + pop
    Mash potatoes + gravy + peas&carrots + sliced ham + milk shake
     
  28. falling_dance

    falling_dance Bravo, Patrick.

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    The last of those.

    iced tea or ice water with lemon?
     
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    ice water with lemon

    Which of these is the worst job?

    1. An Undertaker

    2. Sewage Treatment Worker (job description: Sewage treatment workers work in what you flush -- with rats. They repair sewer leaks, take sewage samples, remove obstructions in sewers, and make sure raw sewage is properly treated. The health risks are huge: workers can die from toxic fumes, contract hepatitis A and get cancer. The physical working conditions are also bad; they are bending and kneeling in confined spaces and are exposed to high levels of noise. Drowning is a threat, as well as electrocution. Plus workers’ only defense against disease is wearing protective clothing and keeping their lips closed tight so no sewage accidentally splashes in. Want to search underground for big alligators and get paid for it?)

    3. Poultry Kill Room Attendant (job description: To kill chickens in a factory. Armed with a knife, they stand in two inches of chicken blood and slit chicken throats all day. Their working area is a small room with rows and rows of hanging chickens that looks much like how clothes are hung at the dry cleaner. These workers are prone to back trouble, repetitive stress injuries and can easily slice themselves, but their biggest threat is exposure to disease and pathogens. With blood flying left and right and with the likelihood of workers cutting themselves, there is a good chance they will catch something. The list is long: from light bugs that cause stomach upset to fatal viruses like avian flu. Workers roll the dice with every chicken jugular they cut.)

    4. Barnyard Masturbator

    5. Hazmat diver (job description: scuba divers swimming in toxic material to perform repairs. Radioactive soup, oil spills, chemical spills, and raw sewage are all fair game in this horrible job. Work conditions are god-awful; they have little to no visibility and are surrounded by liquid death. One tiny rip in their suit, and any number of diseases can come pouring in.)

    6. Flatulence Analyst
     
  30. Buzz

    Buzz Well-Known Member

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    OMG!!!! Unemployment suddenly does not sound so bad anymore! :lol: Undertaker



    Veggie sticks
    OR
    Chips and dip