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loseyourname
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Aug10-05, 01:43 PM
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Quote Quote by Skyhunter
I don't see it.

His chin is narrower than mine, looks more like Joe Montana.

I suppose I will have to watch all his movies now and see if I can spot the resemblance.
You don't really see his face too much in his movies.
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Aug10-05, 01:50 PM
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Weren't you a guy in your other picture?

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You know who you kind of look like, though:

zoobyshoe
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Aug10-05, 01:53 PM
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Actually, Diencephalon looks related to Gale17.
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Aug10-05, 01:57 PM
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It's odd, but when I lived in New Jersey, all the girls seemed to look like Sopranos extras, complete with the ridiculous stiletto heels, tight dresses, big hair, and Jersey accents. Then again, it's not like I was hanging out at the high schools. Diencephalon seems to be a bit younger than anyone I knew.
heman
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Aug10-05, 02:02 PM
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Quote Quote by zoobyshoe
Actually, Diencephalon looks related to Gale17.
agree!
Looks like her elder sister!
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Aug10-05, 02:30 PM
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It's odd, but when I lived in New Jersey, all the girls seemed to look like Sopranos extras, complete with the ridiculous stiletto heels, tight dresses, big hair, and Jersey accents. Then again, it's not like I was hanging out at the high schools. Diencephalon seems to be a bit younger than anyone I knew.
Well, I looked up Pennington and it's about halfway between Trenton and Princeton. I was all the way up close to the meadowlands in Glen Ridge. Big difference there.
rocketboy
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Aug10-05, 06:04 PM
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Here I am...
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Maxos
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Aug10-05, 06:41 PM
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Me, yesterday, thinking of Future.
laminatedevildoll
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Aug10-05, 08:21 PM
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Quote Quote by honestrosewater
We have plenty of warning with hurricanes, so I don't mind them as much (maybe I would care more if I owned property). There is a lot of lightning in Florida, especially during the summer. But it's more of an inconvenience, having to stay out of dangerous places during the storms. Florida is quite nice most of the time. I wouldn't want to live in Tornado Alley.
In fact, FL looks like a nice place to live from what I have seen in the media. I hope to visit there someday; I am kind of sick of socal especially when it's like 100 degrees outside.
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Aug10-05, 08:25 PM
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Quote Quote by Danger
Awww, nuts...! I guess I can't marry you after all. The only digging that I would do in regard to soy would be to bury it.
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uh oh.. ummm I mean how nice.
Soy is best with fried tofu and a platter of fresh vegetables of course. Did you know that soy nuggets taste better than chicken nuggets? One non-vegetarian told me so.
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Aug10-05, 08:42 PM
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I've tried soy in various forms. Even fermented, I forget the name of the dish though. I must say I don't really care for it.
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Aug10-05, 08:48 PM
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Quote Quote by Maxos


Me, yesterday, thinking of Future.
Very cute, but you're a bit young to be on the forum.
zoobyshoe
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Aug10-05, 08:51 PM
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Quote Quote by rocketboy
Here I am...
Jake or Elwood?
Diencephalon
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Aug10-05, 11:04 PM
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Weren't you a guy in your other picture?
Well I was a giant mouse ;)
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Aug11-05, 12:19 AM
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Quote Quote by laminatedevildoll
By the way, I replace soy foods instead of meat regardless of what people say.
Don't worry, you're not alone; There are several vegetarians here: Monique, Dr.Brain, me, umm... I'm sure there are more.
I never figured out how to prepare soy correctly - in any form. I just use soy milk in my coffee occasionally.
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Aug11-05, 02:32 AM
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Soy fish fillets? How do you fillet something that has no bones to begin with?
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Aug11-05, 03:00 AM
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Quote Quote by loseyourname
Soy fish fillets? How do you fillet something that has no bones to begin with?
Nothing gets by you.
Skyhunter
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Aug11-05, 11:32 AM
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Quote Quote by laminatedevildoll
By the way, I am a vegetarian. I dig soy.
Historically, as a vegetarian, you are in some very good company.

And you are definitely not alone on this forum, I am vegan, don't care for fake meat, but I have a soy latte' everyday.


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