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Post by pgh kenny » Apr 29th 2005, 9:13 pm

I LOVE THIS WEBSITE!!!!

candygirl wrote:People create postcards and write secrets that they have never told anyone. Then they send the postcards in and they are posted at this website. Funny, tragic, and everything in between:

http://postsecret.blogspot.com/

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Post by emmie » Apr 30th 2005, 4:33 pm

for one of my films I'm doing a mock 1950s style dating educational film. and as research, I found this website where you can watch old real films that were shown in high schools on the etiquette of dating. they are hilarious. just type in the search for dating films, and let the amusement begin. my favorite is "Are You Popular" in which they express how girls that go parking aren't very popular!

http://www.archive.org/movies/prelinger.php

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Post by SanDeE* » May 3rd 2005, 6:18 pm

This is more of a question... but I did find them on the web, so instead of starting a new thread -

I found these beautiful shoes online that would be PERFECT for me at my cousin's wedding this summer (I'm a bridesmaid, she wants us to wear silver shoes, any style). But I don't know how I feel about ordering clothing online, especially shoes. Does anyone have any experience with this? I've checked some stores around town and I haven't found any shoes that would work with the dress, really. Here are the shoes:

Nine West

I have bought Nine West shoes before and they fit my feet great and are very comfortable, so I'm not worried about the brand, really. Just ordering online. Who wouldn't after the Rojek debacle??? Any advice??
Um, in my room, one seam is a little off and I stare at it constantly. It's, like, destroying me.

~~Kristin~~

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Post by emmie » May 4th 2005, 3:17 am

I buy stuff from the net all the time. but it looks as though you would be buying directly from Nine West, correct? so I'm sure you could just call them up and order from the phone. my mom still orders from catalogs that way, and it's safer than the net by far.

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Post by SanDeE* » May 4th 2005, 10:31 am

thanks for the advice emmie! I investigated further and found that there are a couple nine west stores in my town, so I might just call those stores or drive out there today. If they don't have the shoes in stock, I'll probably order off the website - it looks like they have a free return policy. thanks again!
Um, in my room, one seam is a little off and I stare at it constantly. It's, like, destroying me.

~~Kristin~~

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Post by pgh kenny » May 4th 2005, 2:26 pm

if you like instant shoe gratification and expensive shoes then http://www.zappos.com is amazing. the two times my wife has ordered shoes, she ordered them at 9 pm and they arrived in my office the next day at 9 am.

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Post by Nostradamus » May 9th 2005, 9:05 am

Remember that nifty Citroen ad with the dancing Transformer?

Citroen Dance - The Unauthorised Version

:-P
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Post by Nostradamus » May 9th 2005, 10:28 pm

I have never killed a man, but I have read many obituaries with great pleasure.
-- Clarence Darrow

I didn't attend the funeral, but I sent a nice letter saying I approved of it.
-- Mark Twain

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Post by emmie » Jul 29th 2005, 10:06 pm

saw this article today, thought it was funny. and reminded me why I love Europeans! http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050729/ap_ ... ked_museum

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Post by Sascha (sab) » Nov 29th 2005, 6:46 am

I've heard about a "Kiss of Death" before, but this one... geez.
A 15-year-old girl with a peanut allergy died after kissing her boyfriend, who had just eaten a peanut butter snack, hospital officials said Monday.
http://www.cnn.com/2005/HEALTH/conditio ... index.html



And something completely different:
Man, 50, pulls truck with penis
http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtri ... ci_3245073#


What a crazy world we're living in...

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Post by SanDeE* » Nov 29th 2005, 1:35 pm

:shock: :shock: :shock:
Um, in my room, one seam is a little off and I stare at it constantly. It's, like, destroying me.

~~Kristin~~

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Post by Sascha (sab) » Dec 1st 2005, 10:31 am

If I were his neighbour, I'd probably gone insane by now (or blind for that matter):

http://www.wonderlandchristmas.com/av/Jingle.wmv

http://www.wonderlandchristmas.com/av/Wizards.wmv


It's like Chevy Chase in "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation", only better.

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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Dec 4th 2005, 9:06 pm

When I saw that peanut butter story last week, I thought damn that kid is in for a lifetime of therapy.

There are two different neighborhoods in San Diego that go all out with the Christmas decorations. Hundreds of houses set up big displays in their yards.

You can see some pictures from 2003 here.

Someone took some pictures of the ones that were already set up at Christmas Card Lane this year:

http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969178
http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969172
http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969174
http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969164
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Post by pipilo » Dec 11th 2005, 10:49 pm

candygirl wrote: Someone took some pictures of the ones that were already set up at Christmas Card Lane this year:

http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969178
http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969172
http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969174
http://pipilo.buzznet.com/user/?id=1969164
Yup, that was me. :)

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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Dec 12th 2005, 5:11 pm

Awesome pictures!

:mrgreen:
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