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  • SLerman
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    Originally posted by AmyG
    Hey, I just had a Bananas Foster martini today. It was surprisingly good!
    Ooh, I gotta try me one of those.

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  • AmyG
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    Hey, I just had a Bananas Foster martini today. It was surprisingly good!

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  • SmileOfTheShadow
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    Originally posted by NotKosh
    No more than 3 parts Vermouth to 95 parts Gin in a Dry Martini.

    Mmm...we should go out for martinis sometime, NotKosh.

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  • NotKosh
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    Originally posted by LessonInMachismo
    Thank God for Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8 of the US Constitution.
    No more than 3 parts Vermouth to 95 parts Gin in a Dry Martini.

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  • BabylonRebel
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    Originally posted by moreorless
    No officer with false teeth is to attempt oral sex in zero gravity?
    Isn't it the one that states:

    "No Officer above the rank of mess seargent is permitted to go into battle with pierced niples" ?

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  • Talwyn
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    Originally posted by moreorless
    No officer with false teeth is to attempt oral sex in zero gravity?




    Now that's funny

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  • moreorless
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    Originally posted by LessonInMachismo
    Thank God for Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8 of the US Constitution.
    No officer with false teeth is to attempt oral sex in zero gravity?

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  • Dr Maturin
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    Thank God for Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8 of the US Constitution.

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  • Joseph DeMartino
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    Originally posted by Lunan
    you know i remeber something about Sir Clarke saying he would like to see a updated 2001, it was when all those stories came out about his still unpublished work The Last Therom but i don't recall what else happened
    Nitpick: That would be "Sir Arthur", not "Sir Clarke". Knights are addressed by honorific and first name. Had he been elevated to the Peerage he might be "Lord Clarke" (or not, depending on his exact title.)

    Regards,

    Joe

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  • Lunan
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    you know i remeber something about Sir Clarke saying he would like to see a updated 2001, it was when all those stories came out about his still unpublished work The Last Therom but i don't recall what else happened

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  • Morden
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    "The book is set to be adapted for the screen sometime in 2008. There was a bidding war between Brad Pitt's company, Plan B, and Leonardo DiCaprio's company, Appian Way. Pitt's company eventually won the rights to produce the movie."

    Man, you could be right...!

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  • Bloodshot
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    This week the outline for the film I'm writing for Paramount will be
    turned in to the studio. I'm still waiting for the PR department to
    announce the project so I can't yet identify it. I can say though that
    it's for Brad Pitt's Plan B productions.
    Kind of a longshot, but the film adaptation of World War Z fits this description.

    World War Z

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  • B5_Obsessed
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    Originally posted by Garibaldi's Hair
    Sad but true ... the 'death' of Luey while trying to make repairs outside the ship was one of the first movie moments that brought tears to my eyes.
    Nah. Louie (or was it Dewie?) who got run over and gasped his last little robot breath was sadder. I loved that movie as a kid. Of course, the forest ships live on in both version of Battlestar Galactica.

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  • B5_Obsessed
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    Originally posted by frulad
    Battle Beyond the Stars is actually a sci-fi remake/ripoff of The Magnificent Seven which is, of course, a remake of Kurosawa's Seven Samurai. At what point does a remake collapse in on itself?
    Not to mention Robert Vaugn was actually in the film, playing essentially the same character he played in The Magnificent Seven.

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  • Garibaldi's Hair
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    Originally posted by Circular Reason
    Teletubbies ( vorlon version )
    I thought they were already Vorlon ... I always found Kosh far more comprehensible than Dinky-Winky, Tipsy, La-la and Poo.

    Or whatever their names are ...

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