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Dorian Taks

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-Dorian

Cheetah!

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Dorian Taks wrote:
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> -Dorian

...note the tagline...

==> Cheetah! <==

... "I am Smorgas of Borg... Eat Me!"

WareWolf

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Dorian Taks wrote in message <35A734...@venus.dytc.ac.kr>...
>-Dorian

You have to buy me dinner first.

They're so CUTE when they get their first Internet connection.....

Dusty

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Dr. Jake Katz

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Oh, my! How excitingly original.

In article <35A734...@venus.dytc.ac.kr>, Dorian Taks revealed
himself as a bit challenged in the brains department, and perhaps more
sexually adventurous than is entirely wise...

Me?! *chortle*!

** The 'toon feline chuckles indulgently. Awwww... infants are sooo
amusing when they get feisty! [1] He buys Dorian a fresh bottle of
Gerber's formula and offers to pay for a diaper change whenever he
needs it (smells like that's about now). He'll skip the usual
pawshake, as Taks's hand seems to have something slimy all over it,
and apparently gets washed only for national holidays. On alternate
years.

The cat shifts into the patient, sweetsy, condescending first-grade-
teacher voice he only uses when communicating with beings
considerably farther down the evolutionary scale than he is. **

My dear little Dorrie, thank you _so_ much for what I'm sure you
intended as a compliment on my obvious furry good looks. Um... I know
it's kinda hard to tell, darlin', but I'm a _tom_cat. A straight one.
And in a few years, when you're old enough, you'll learn that it just
doesn't work that way.

Just curious... aren't there any sheep farms in Korea? *If* you don't
mind my asking!

Jake Katz
____________________________________________
[1] feisty: from the Old English -- means something along the lines
of "like a farting dog." No fooling.

Dr. Jake Katz

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In article <MPG.1011374f1...@news.eur.sprynet.com>, Dr. Jake
Katz said:
|> Me?! *chortle*!
...and some other things.

Pardon me. Thought I turned the pilot flame on that old gas jet out
years ago... good thing it barely got lit.

Jake Katz

Dr. Jake Katz

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Christopher Jahn

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What an unbelievable example of wit! Did you write this yourself?
I'll bet you just stole it from somebody - it's far too clever to be
your own creation.

Here's one you can post later on-
"THe best part of you ran down yer mother's thigh!"

Granted, it lacks the lofty insouciance of your contribution, but it
DOES have a sort of impish quality, no?

Xjahn
(i wonder if this guy is Beavis or Butthead?)


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M Blaze Miskulin

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Jul 11, 1998, 3:00:00 AM7/11/98
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While all of you are replying to Dorian, might I put forth another
comment?

There's a good chance that Dorian didn't send that message. There are
these people, see, who get into other people's accounts and sent nasty
messages out and laugh as the nasty replies come in--much to the
amazement of the account holder.

They call them...oh what was that term?...Huskers? Crackers? Oh, you
know, just like that one movie....the one with the kids.....You know.

:)

--
Brother Blaze
The Unintentional Monk
=========
http://members.aol.com/~brblaze

(who once discovered some wonderfully colorful posts that bounced back
to me....even though I never sent them. Hmmm. Time to change that
password :)

Lee S. Billings

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In article <35A734...@venus.dytc.ac.kr>, dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr
says...

<something rude>

>-Dorian

<shudder> No thanks, I do have *some* standards!

Celine

--
"It is perhaps one of life's more interesting ironies that, of the many
who beseech the Goddess to send them love, so few will accept it when
it comes, because it has come in what they consider the wrong shape, or
the wrong size, or at the wrong time. Against our prejudices, even the
Goddess strives in vain." -- Diane Duane, _The Door Into Fire_


RJ-

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"WareWolf" <dus...@ac.net> writes:

Just remember, with webtv, aol and all the rest its like September all
year 'round.

RJ-

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Dorian Taks <dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr> writes:

>-Dorian

Welcome to the place, Dorian! SInce you're new here, I might suggest you
read the ADMIN postings about the place and its unique outlook on life.

But a toast is a toast, so...

RJ places a single on the bartop and collects a Horse's Ass from Mike,
goes over to the chalk line and raises his glass high.

"To Dorian... and the horse you rode in on, too!"

****CRASH****
---
RJ Johnson
And here's a chit for a BYOC, Dorian.
rj at tezcat dot com

BetNoir

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Lee S. Billings wrote:
>
> In article <35A734...@venus.dytc.ac.kr>, dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr
> says...
>
> <something rude>
>
> >-Dorian
>
> <shudder> No thanks, I do have *some* standards!

Well, now let us examine this for a moment.

If, say the proposition came from Liam Neeson or Harrison Ford (albeit
couched in much more polite terms), I would have to think hard and think
twice before turning down such an offer.

However, I do get enough good value for my money in that regard from
Dear Hoosband that it would *take* a Liam Neeson or a Harrison Ford to
make me consider the proposition in the first place.

And even at that, Mssrs. Neeson and Ford had best damned take me out for
a nice dinner beforehand.

BetN, contemplating a double team of Liam and Harrison....is YUMMIES!


--
BetN -- NEVER parry with your head
'Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist
the black flag, and begin slitting throats' -- H.L. Mencken
'We close our eyes...and the world has turned around again' -- D.
Elflman

KevTAhearn

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In article <MPG.1011374f1...@news.eur.sprynet.com>,

FurFolks@DESPAM_ME_csi.com (Dr. Jake Katz) writes:

>** The 'toon feline chuckles indulgently. Awwww... infants are sooo
>amusing when they get feisty! [1] He buys Dorian a fresh bottle of
>Gerber's formula and offers to pay for a diaper change whenever he
>needs it (smells like that's about now). He'll skip the usual
>pawshake, as Taks's hand seems to have something slimy all over it,
>and apparently gets washed only for national holidays. On alternate
>years.
>
>

LOL!! Mike, please put Dr. Jake's next BOYC on my tab.

--Kevin

"At the end of every hard-earned day, people find some reason to believe."
--Bruce Springsteen
e-mail: KevAhearn1 AT aol DOT com.
ATTN SPAMMERS: I will never, under any circumstances, purchase any good or
service advertised in an unsolicited e-mail.


Jim Pierce

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1. he actually meant it.

2. he forgot and left his terminal logged into his account. And
someone decided to show him it was a bad idea to do that.

DJ.
--
Jim Pierce B.Sc. djim50 at bellsouth dot net
remove the 'no.spam' to email.
My Web page http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~jmpierce

Christopher Jahn

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BetNoir wrote:
>

> And even at that, Mssrs. Neeson and Ford had best damned take me out for
> a nice dinner beforehand.
>
> BetN, contemplating a double team of Liam and Harrison....is YUMMIES!
>

I'm reminded of the comedian commenting on the Redford film. He asked
his wife, "honey, would you sleep with Robert Redford for a million
dollars?" "She left the room, looking thoughtful. A while later she
comes back, tears in her eyes. 'the most I can come up with is five
hundred dollars!'"

Name that late commedian for a BOYC.

Xjahn
WHat? Of course I know his name...

Rift Maven

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Christopher Jahn wrote:
>
> BetNoir wrote:
> >
>
> > And even at that, Mssrs. Neeson and Ford had best damned take me out for
> > a nice dinner beforehand.
> >
> > BetN, contemplating a double team of Liam and Harrison....is YUMMIES!
> >
> I'm reminded of the comedian commenting on the Redford film. He asked
> his wife, "honey, would you sleep with Robert Redford for a million
> dollars?" "She left the room, looking thoughtful. A while later she
> comes back, tears in her eyes. 'the most I can come up with is five
> hundred dollars!'"
>
> Name that late commedian for a BOYC.

Henny Youngman??

Sally
--
"Obscurity is Often the Refuge of the Incompetent."
Jubal Harshaw in Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein

Cheetah!

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Jim Pierce wrote:
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> 1. he actually meant it.
>
> 2. he forgot and left his terminal logged into his account. And
> someone decided to show him it was a bad idea to do that.
>
> DJ.

Heh, May I get you a BOYC?

<whispering> Now, how about some details?


==> Cheetah! <==

... Beware the Vulcan butt pinch.

Dr. Jake Katz

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In article <35a84bdf...@news.bhm.bellsouth.net>, Jim Pierce said:
|> 2. he forgot and left his terminal logged into his account. And
|> someone decided to show him it was a bad idea to do that.

Hadn't occurred to me... hm. It's been a while since I've been in an
academic or public setting, and back then we didn't have e-mail or
Usenet... )sigh(

But it _did_ occur to me that my response ought to go just to the
group for a chuckle, since the miscreant/victim/whatever likely
wouldn't be back... no e-mailed copy! :-)

Jake Katz

jw

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BetNoir wrote:
>
> Lee S. Billings wrote:
> >
> > In article <35A734...@venus.dytc.ac.kr>, dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr
> > says...
> >
> > <something rude>
> >
> > >-Dorian
> >
> > <shudder> No thanks, I do have *some* standards!
>
> Well, now let us examine this for a moment.
>
> If, say the proposition came from Liam Neeson or Harrison Ford (albeit
> couched in much more polite terms), I would have to think hard and think
> twice before turning down such an offer.
>
> However, I do get enough good value for my money in that regard from
> Dear Hoosband that it would *take* a Liam Neeson or a Harrison Ford to
> make me consider the proposition in the first place.
>
> And even at that, Mssrs. Neeson and Ford had best damned take me out for
> a nice dinner beforehand.
>
> BetN, contemplating a double team of Liam and Harrison....is YUMMIES!
>
> --
> BetN -- NEVER parry with your head
>

Which reminds me of a conversation I had with some friends once. We were
talking about male fantasies, and how there seem to be some standard
ones eg two women making love that, all men seem to share. They forget
that if two women are making love and enjoying themselves the male
watching is probably not invited to the party. But I digress. The
conversation then turned to female fantasies. Specifically the men on
"the list". These are the men that you would say yes to anytime,
anyplace, anywhere, and your SO would have to just understand that you
couldn't help yourself.
Messrs. Neeson and Ford are definitely on mine. There was, however, only
one guy that we all agreed on - Tom Selleck.

j.w. (Of course, at that time I hadn't met the men _here_!)

Sandy Dolan

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Dorian Taks wrote:

> -Dorian

Honey, don't you just wish.

Sandygypsy


Christopher Jahn

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> > I'm reminded of the comedian commenting on the Redford film. He asked
> > his wife, "honey, would you sleep with Robert Redford for a million
> > dollars?" "She left the room, looking thoughtful. A while later she
> > comes back, tears in her eyes. 'the most I can come up with is five
> > hundred dollars!'"
> >
> > Name that late commedian for a BOYC.
>
> Henny Youngman??
>
Soooooo Sorry! Do help yourself to our Consolations Award peanuts!


Xjahn
"Next?"

Leonard Erickson

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dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:

> -Dorian

Sorry, I don't date outside my species.

--
Leonard Erickson (aka Nemo) kal...@krypton.rain.com
"Nature abhors an atmosphere.
Check your suit.
Check your buddy's suit."

writes:

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brb...@series2000.com (M Blaze Miskulin) writes:

> (who once discovered some wonderfully colorful posts that bounced back
> to me....even though I never sent them. Hmmm. Time to change that
> password :)

Won't help. *I* could fake posts from you without having access to your
account. All it takes is tha ability to edit headers and "root"
privileges on a system. Since I *am* root, it's trivial... Note who
this post appears to be from. :-)

I left the signature and the path lines alone, but I could have changed
them too.

Rivka

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Rivka looks up in exasperation.

"Okay, survey time: how many other Ani DiFranco fans in here find
themselves, *every time* they see this subject header, starting to
sing

"'...and your untouchable face
and fuck you for existing in the first place
and who am I that I should be longing for your touch
and who am I - bet you can't even tell me that much'?

"I mean, I like the song and everything, but this is ridiculous."

Anonymous

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Brother Blaze may have written:

> There's a good chance that Dorian didn't send that message. There are
> these people, see, who get into other people's accounts and sent nasty
> messages out and laugh as the nasty replies come in--much to the
> amazement of the account holder.

"Speaking as someone who lost an account after someone did something
similar to me, I would personally wait and see before doing anything
irretreviable, like demanding the accounts termination. I've also
responded to abuse e-mailed to me, and gotten utter bafflement from the
person at the other end."
"You don't even have to get into another persons account. Most news
servers aren't all that fussy about who you tell them you are. 10+ years
ago, when I used to find that sort of thing amusing, it at least took some
minimal knowledge of the news server to fake up a set of details, these
days you can get a passable fake [0] by changing the user details in your
Windows news reader to look like someone else who dials into your ISP."

[0] Well, I just posted a message 'from the admin' to a local test group,
so it at least works on *one* system. :-) We know each other pretty well,
so I'm expecting some kind of retaliation in kind tomorrow.

--
Fox on the Run
At nym.alias.net, email foxrun

d...@ogilvy.co.za

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In article <35A7CA...@earthlink.net>,
bet...@earthlink.net wrote:

> > > Well, now let us examine this for a moment.

Funny, I was having a similar thought. After 10 years in the saddle (and
everyone at work knowing my marital status) offers like this don't come along
every day.

>
> If, say the proposition came from Liam Neeson or Harrison Ford (albeit
> couched in much more polite terms),

Oh, I don't know. The upfront approach cuts through so much of the nervous
chatter.

> would have to think hard

Is there another way?
>ad think twice before turning down such an offer.
>

> And even at that, Mssrs. Neeson and Ford had best damned take me out for
> a nice dinner beforehand.

Don't tell me the old dinner trick still works...


>
> BetN, contemplating a double team of Liam and Harrison....is YUMMIES!
>

I was only speaking to the two of them in the canteen over by soundstage 7
last week (that Liam, such a lad).... Harry (big ego - small willy)was
complaining that three pricks in one bed is absolutely two too many. Bett...
best leave your swords at home on fantasy night

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LAdkins128

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>
> You have to buy me dinner first.
>
> They're so CUTE when they get their first Internet connection.....
>
> Dusty
>

Heh. Heh. Heh.

Have a drink Oh, Wolf of Wares.

Nicholas.

WareWolf

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Leonard Erickson wrote in message
<980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...


>dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
>
>> -Dorian
>
>Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
>

Not that there's anything WRONG with that......

Dusty
--
(posted and e-mailed, I hope)

"I used to be disgusted, now I try to be amused"-Elvis Costello


Cheetah!

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WareWolf wrote:
>
> Leonard Erickson wrote in message
> <980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...
> >dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
> >
> >> -Dorian
> >
> >Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
> >
> Not that there's anything WRONG with that......

<gasp!> Someone else besides myself has seen *that* movie! Wheee!


==> Cheetah! <==

... If Corn Oil comes from Corn, just where do we get Baby Oil from?

Eric The Read

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r...@huitzilo.tezcat.com (RJ-) writes:

> "WareWolf" <dus...@ac.net> writes:
> >Dorian Taks wrote in message <35A734...@venus.dytc.ac.kr>...
> >>-Dorian
>
> > You have to buy me dinner first.
> > They're so CUTE when they get their first Internet connection.....
>
> Just remember, with webtv, aol and all the rest its like September all
> year 'round.

Eric is rather visibly annoyed by that sort of statement. "We have
patrons here from WebTV, AOL (Dusty himself has, or had, an AOL account),
Compuserve, and just about every other ISP that explicitly caters to the
masses (except Delphi; I can't recall anyone here from Delphi). Do you
realize you're insulting them all with that remark?"

"There are lusers on every ISP known to man-- WebTV, AOL, AT&T Worldnet
(my mom's on that one)-- but that doesn't justify insulting everyone who
uses them. Some people just want to get on the 'net, without having to
learn about PPP, TCP/IP stacks, POP/IMAP, and all that jazz. Should we
make it harder for these people, just because they don't want to learn
more about their computers, and would rather get on to the sharing of
pain and joy?"

-=Eric (and besides, it's been September since 1993)

Sydney Ashcraft

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Dorian Taks wrote:

> -Dorian


Clutching her chest dramatically, Droewyn gasps and falls to the floor,
writhing in mock terror.


Sydney Ashcraft

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> Which reminds me of a conversation I had with some friends once. We were
> talking about male fantasies, and how there seem to be some standard
> ones eg two women making love that, all men seem to share. They forget
> that if two women are making love and enjoying themselves the male
> watching is probably not invited to the party. But I digress. The
> conversation then turned to female fantasies. Specifically the men on
> "the list". These are the men that you would say yes to anytime,
> anyplace, anywhere, and your SO would have to just understand that you
> couldn't help yourself.
> Messrs. Neeson and Ford are definitely on mine. There was, however, only
> one guy that we all agreed on - Tom Selleck.
>
> j.w. (Of course, at that time I hadn't met the men _here_!)

Droewyn thinks a moment. "I can't actually think of *anyone* I could just
say yes to, just like that. Adrian Paul, Peter Wingfield, Elisabeth Grayson
(to give you a clue as to what *I* watch on tv), yes they're living works of
art. But I was hopelessly in love with both people I ever had intimate
relations with and for me that seems to be the key. To watch a particularly
beautiful or steamy love scene is one thing, but to picture myself in the
scene does absolutely nothing for me."

"I'm just weird, I guess."

Droewyn


Dreamweaver

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BetNoir wrote:

>And even at that, Mssrs. Neeson and Ford had best damned take me out for
>a nice dinner beforehand.

>BetN, contemplating a double team of Liam and Harrison....is YUMMIES!

Can we double-date? I'll let you have the first pick ;>.


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Andy May

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On 13 Jul 1998 06:24:01 -0700, "Cheetah!"
<cheetah@breathless_drive.com> wrote:

>WareWolf wrote:
>>
>> Leonard Erickson wrote in message
>> <980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...
>> >dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
>> >
>> >> -Dorian
>> >
>> >Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
>> >
>> Not that there's anything WRONG with that......
>
><gasp!> Someone else besides myself has seen *that* movie! Wheee!
>
>
>==> Cheetah! <==

"So have I - but I'm damned if I can remember which one it is !"

"Help ?"

[journeyman]
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Cheetah!

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Andy May wrote:
>
> On 13 Jul 1998 06:24:01 -0700, "Cheetah!"
> <cheetah@breathless_drive.com> wrote:
>
> >WareWolf wrote:
> >>
> >> Leonard Erickson wrote in message
> >> <980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...
> >> >dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
> >> >
> >> >> -Dorian
> >> >
> >> >Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
> >> >
> >> Not that there's anything WRONG with that......
> >
> ><gasp!> Someone else besides myself has seen *that* movie! Wheee!
> >
> >
> >==> Cheetah! <==
>
> "So have I - but I'm damned if I can remember which one it is !"
>
> "Help ?"

That was from the movie "Nite Patrol" starring the Unknown Comic, Linda
Blair, Pat Paulson, Billy Barty, Andrew Dice Clay, J.P. Morgan, Pat
Riley, etc.

A raunchy, fun B-Movie I recorded off of "Up All Night"...

=)


==> Cheetah! <==

... Can fat people go skinny-dipping?

Kat Nagel

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WareWolf wrote:
>
> Leonard Erickson wrote in message
> <980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...
> >dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
> >
> >> -Dorian
> >
> >Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
> >
> Not that there's anything WRONG with that......
>

But Nestmother Gwrtzlsnap just /wouldn't/ understand.


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M Blaze Miskulin

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Sydney Ashcraft wrote:

> Droewyn thinks a moment. "I can't actually think of *anyone* I could just
> say yes to, just like that.

I can think of a few. But I was engaged to one of them (I'd say yes in
a heartbeat, to her), and the others are very close friends. :) As for
famous people? There are certainly a few that I wouldn't mind getting
to know enough to make the decision. Good looks are one thing, but I
like personality and skill (or at least a willingness to try) in a
sexual partner.

> Adrian Paul, Peter Wingfield, Elisabeth Grayson
> (to give you a clue as to what *I* watch on tv), yes they're living works of
> art.

Heheheh. While I happen to be het, I'd have to agree with your taste on
the first two. And as for Ms Gracen? Well....hey. (*big* grin) <sigh>
:)

--
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The Unintentional Monk
=========
http://members.aol.com/~brblaze

John Palmer

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On 13 Jul 1998 08:46:56 -0600, "Eric The Read"
<emsc...@mail.uccs.edu> wrote:

>r...@huitzilo.tezcat.com (RJ-) writes:
>> Just remember, with webtv, aol and all the rest its like September all
>> year 'round.
>
>Eric is rather visibly annoyed by that sort of statement. "We have
>patrons here from WebTV, AOL (Dusty himself has, or had, an AOL account),
>Compuserve, and just about every other ISP that explicitly caters to the
>masses (except Delphi; I can't recall anyone here from Delphi). Do you
>realize you're insulting them all with that remark?"

I don't think he is, actually. The September Phenomena was
simply the fact that there'd be a lot of people with new accounts, and
some were bound to be stupid; he's saying now that there's always a
lot of new accounts, and hence there are always going to be people who
are being stupid.

He's not, unless I'm misreading it, saying that people who use
WebTV or AOL, or others are stupid or trollish or whatever; just that
they're constantly signing a lot of new people.


Eric The Read

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jpal...@ix.netcom.com (John Palmer) writes:
> He's not, unless I'm misreading it, saying that people who use
> WebTV or AOL, or others are stupid or trollish or whatever; just that
> they're constantly signing a lot of new people.

"Well, if that's the case, I apologize for jumping down your throat,
RJ-. It seemed to me that by singling out WebTV, AOL, and so on, that he
was implying that these were responsible for the Eternal September, and
that the thousands of mom&pop ISPs around the country weren't."

-=Eric

froge...@hotmail.com

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It started innocently when cheetah@breathless_drive.com wrote:

> ... Can fat people go skinny-dipping?

Of course we can---we just Take It All Off!!!

Eleri

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> Specifically the men on
>"the list". These are the men that you would say yes to anytime,
>anyplace, anywhere, and your SO would have to just understand that you
>couldn't help yourself.
>Messrs. Neeson and Ford are definitely on mine. There was, however, only
>one guy that we all agreed on - Tom Selleck.

Neeson
Ford
Connery
Adrian Paul
Emma Thompson
Christopher Lambert
Kate Winslet

There's this guy in The Secret of Roan Inish that I'd do in a
heartbeat, but I have no clue who he is. And a couple of persons from
here and #c, who will remain anonymous, so as not to embarass m'self
:)


Eleri
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is a place where they dont give you a hard time just
beacuse you're weird" --- Mike Callahan
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Cheetah!

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froge...@hotmail.com wrote:
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> It started innocently when cheetah@breathless_drive.com wrote:
>
> > ... Can fat people go skinny-dipping?
>
> Of course we can---we just Take It All Off!!!

Works for me! =)


==> Cheetah! <==

... "Help! I've Risen and I can't Get Down!" -- Jesus at a disco.

Leonard Erickson

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"WareWolf" <dus...@ac.net> writes:

> Leonard Erickson wrote in message
> <980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...
>>dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
>>
>>> -Dorian
>>
>>Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
>>
> Not that there's anything WRONG with that......

I've got a broad definition of "species". If it's intelligent enough to
give informed consent, that's close enough. Obviously the poster fails
*that* test.

John Edwards

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The Ever-so-wise "Cheetah!" <cheetah@breathless_drive.com> once
said:

->==> Cheetah! <==
->
->... If Corn Oil comes from Corn, just where do we get Baby Oil from?

Probably the same place they make Girl Scout Cookies.

John
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I've got one of my own!


Noel Lynne Figart

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Eleri wrote:
>
> > Specifically the men on
> >"the list". These are the men that you would say yes to anytime,
> >anyplace, anywhere, and your SO would have to just understand that you
> >couldn't help yourself.
> >Messrs. Neeson and Ford are definitely on mine. There was, however, only
> >one guy that we all agreed on - Tom Selleck.


"There is no-one on that list for me -- and Peter, you can stop making
all those noises of disbelief!" Noel laughs.

"Yes, there are men I find just heart-breakingly sexy on-screen. But
I've never MET any of them. The final test of sexual appeal for me has
to be determined in person."

--
---
Noël, Axe of the BABs, Mum to King of the Babies
and She who truly Groks Coffee.

http://welcome.to/patterndrafting

AOL Instant Messenger NoelFigart
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Susan Cohen

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jw wrote:

> Which reminds me of a conversation I had with some friends once. We were
> talking about male fantasies, and how there seem to be some standard
> ones eg two women making love that, all men seem to share.

Except my husband, which surprised me, until I learned a few things ----

> They forget
> that if two women are making love and enjoying themselves the male
> watching is probably not invited to the party.

Which is what I learned. Most men who *really* want tend to be the types who
really can't satisfy one woman, & want two so he won't feel threatened by
either of them taking up where he has to leave off.

Susan


Susan Cohen

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Sydney Ashcraft wrote:

> To watch a particularly
> beautiful or steamy love scene is one thing, but to picture myself in the
> scene does absolutely nothing for me."
>
> "I'm just weird, I guess."

You ain't the only one.

Susan


Cheetah!

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John Edwards wrote:
>
> The Ever-so-wise "Cheetah!" <cheetah@breathless_drive.com> once
> said:
>
> ->==> Cheetah! <==
> ->
> ->... If Corn Oil comes from Corn, just where do we get Baby Oil from?
>
> Probably the same place they make Girl Scout Cookies.

Or ladyfingers...


==> Cheetah! <==

... Math is the square root of all evil.

Jennifer L. Rankin

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Leonard Erickson wrote:
>
> "WareWolf" <dus...@ac.net> writes:
>
> > Leonard Erickson wrote in message
> > <980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...
> >>dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
> >>
> >>> -Dorian
> >>
> >>Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
> >>
> > Not that there's anything WRONG with that......
>
> I've got a broad definition of "species". If it's intelligent enough to
> give informed consent, that's close enough. Obviously the poster fails
> *that* test.
>
> --
> Leonard Erickson (aka Nemo)

And *what* was that quote again? Something like: "I see fingers and a
tongue from here. Everything else is just gravy." And I do believe that
was good ol' Spider, himself.

--jen, who objects to obscenity only when not used well -- case in point

WareWolf

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Kat Nagel wrote in message <35AA2B5E...@eznet.net>...

>WareWolf wrote:
>>
>> Leonard Erickson wrote in message
>> <980712.170734...@krypton.rain.com>...
>> >dt...@venus.dytc.ac.kr (Dorian Taks) writes:
>> >
>> >> -Dorian
>> >
>> >Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
>> >
>> Not that there's anything WRONG with that......
>>
>
>But Nestmother Gwrtzlsnap just /wouldn't/ understand.
>

Well, hey, there's a LOT of things we don't tell the Nestmother, aren't
there?


Dusty

Eric The Read

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Susan Cohen <ze...@smart.net> writes:

> jw wrote:
> > They forget
> > that if two women are making love and enjoying themselves the male
> > watching is probably not invited to the party.
>
> Which is what I learned. Most men who *really* want tend to be the types who
> really can't satisfy one woman, & want two so he won't feel threatened by
> either of them taking up where he has to leave off.

"When I was growing up, the fantasy of two women in bed with you was
pretty much a standard one, and I didn't think about it too much for a
while," says Eric, from his perch near Fast Eddie's piano.

"The main thing that turned me off the idea was a movie called, if I'm
remembering aright, THE GREEN MAN, where a man spends the first third of
the movie trying to convince his wife to allow another woman in bed with
the two of them, the second third trying to convince the other woman--
and the final third being completely ignored by the two women."

Eric grins ruefully in his beer. "Made ME think, I'll tell ya."

-=Eric

WareWolf

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Eric The Read wrote in message ...


As well it should. I've actually seen this happen. Not to me, thank God.

Dusty

SkyeFire

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In article <6ocvjh$6re$1...@usenet46.supernews.com>, "WareWolf" <dus...@ac.net>
writes:

>>
>>Sorry, I don't date outside my species.
>>
>Not that there's anything WRONG with that......
>

I limit it to self-respecting sentients, myself. Though some measure of
anatomical compatibility is a definite plus.


Lee S. Billings

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In article <35AB46BE...@erols.com>, noel...@erols.com says...

>
>Eleri wrote:
>>
>> > Specifically the men on
>> >"the list". These are the men that you would say yes to anytime,
>> >anyplace, anywhere, and your SO would have to just understand that
you
>> >couldn't help yourself.
>> >Messrs. Neeson and Ford are definitely on mine. There was, however,
only
>> >one guy that we all agreed on - Tom Selleck.
>
>
>"There is no-one on that list for me -- and Peter, you can stop making
>all those noises of disbelief!" Noel laughs.
>
>"Yes, there are men I find just heart-breakingly sexy on-screen. But
>I've never MET any of them. The final test of sexual appeal for me
has
>to be determined in person."

An excellent point! Until you're face-to-face, it's at most an esthetic
attraction... though I'll admit that some guys are pretty damned
esthetic. Tom Selleck would never make *my* list, though -- face like a
brick, and acting skills to match.

Celine
(who "doesn't get it" about a *lot* of the guys most women swoon over)

--
"It is perhaps one of life's more interesting ironies that, of the many
who beseech the Goddess to send them love, so few will accept it when
it comes, because it has come in what they consider the wrong shape, or
the wrong size, or at the wrong time. Against our prejudices, even the
Goddess strives in vain." -- Diane Duane, _The Door Into Fire_


Leonard Erickson

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hark...@sprintmail.com.NOT (John Edwards) writes:

> The Ever-so-wise "Cheetah!" <cheetah@breathless_drive.com> once
> said:
>
> ->==> Cheetah! <==
> ->
> ->... If Corn Oil comes from Corn, just where do we get Baby Oil from?
>
> Probably the same place they make Girl Scout Cookies.

Actually, I've heard that some immigrants from non-English-speaking
countries have been known to get this *horrified* look when they
encounter "baby oil" after encountering "corn oil" and the like...

English is very flexible, but that flexibility comes at the cost of
ambiguitity in some cases.

--

barbara trumpinski

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>
> > Specifically the men on
> >"the list". These are the men that you would say yes to anytime,
> >anyplace, anywhere, and your SO would have to just understand that you
> >couldn't help yourself.
> >Messrs. Neeson and Ford are definitely on mine. There was, however, only
> >one guy that we all agreed on - Tom Selleck.

elleri:

> Neeson
> Ford
> Connery
> Adrian Paul
> Emma Thompson
> Christopher Lambert
> Kate Winslet
>
> There's this guy in The Secret of Roan Inish that I'd do in a
> heartbeat, but I have no clue who he is. And a couple of persons from
> here and #c, who will remain anonymous, so as not to embarass m'self
> :)

kitten adds wynona rider for starknight...and cheryl crow, melissa
ethridge, tia leoni, and cybil shepard for tc.


/\ /\ 'meaning accumulates in the oddest of nooks and crannies
{=.=} of our lives, while the vast halls of public history are
~ swept clean again and again by the winds of time.'--j.
kit...@uiuc.edu <smotu>barbara trumpinski-roberts barnstead


RJ-

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barbara trumpinski <kit...@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu> writes:


>kitten adds wynona rider for starknight...and cheryl crow, melissa
>ethridge, tia leoni, and cybil shepard for tc.

RJ adds Salma Hayak (check her out in "Desperado" & "from Dusk til Dawn"),
Catherine Zeta-Jones (the lady in the new "Mask of Zorro"), Indira Varma
(RUN, do not walk, to get the unrated, letterbox version of "Kama Sutra: A
Love Story". Ms. Varma plays Maya.) and Linda Ellerbee (smart, funny
women are sexy as hell; end of statement) to the list.

Oh, also put Bonnie Raitt and, if we must have a Wynona on the list, can
we please make it Wynona Judd?
---
RJ Johnson
Oh, and Dana Delany, too, but only from one particular movie role ;-)
rj at tezcat dot com

WareWolf

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barbara trumpinski wrote in message ...

>
>>
>> > Specifically the men on
>> >"the list". These are the men that you would say yes to anytime,
>> >anyplace, anywhere, and your SO would have to just understand that you
>> >couldn't help yourself.


<snip-various choices.>

>kitten adds wynona rider for starknight...and cheryl crow, melissa
>ethridge, tia leoni, and cybil shepard for tc.

I got some bad news for him about Melissa Etheridge, kitten......


Dusty (who's afraid he'd accidentally break Winona Ryder in half.
Cute girl, they just ain't all that much of 'er.)


WareWolf

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RJ- wrote in message <6oigfv$f...@xochi.tezcat.com>...

>barbara trumpinski <kit...@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu> writes:
>
>
>>kitten adds wynona rider for starknight...and cheryl crow, melissa
>>ethridge, tia leoni, and cybil shepard for tc.
>
>RJ adds Salma Hayak (check her out in "Desperado" & "from Dusk til Dawn"),
>Catherine Zeta-Jones (the lady in the new "Mask of Zorro"), Indira Varma
>(RUN, do not walk, to get the unrated, letterbox version of "Kama Sutra: A
>Love Story". Ms. Varma plays Maya.) and Linda Ellerbee (smart, funny
>women are sexy as hell; end of statement) to the list.
>
>Oh, also put Bonnie Raitt and, if we must have a Wynona on the list, can
>we please make it Wynona Judd?


Bonnie Raitt's on your list, TOO?

Dusty (gotta love those
blueswomen)

er...@pop3.concentric.net

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WareWolf wrote:
> barbara trumpinski wrote in message ...
> >kitten adds wynona rider for starknight...and cheryl crow, melissa
> >ethridge, tia leoni, and cybil shepard for tc.
>
> I got some bad news for him about Melissa Etheridge, kitten......

Um, when discussing people-I'm-unlikely-to-ever-meet, I don't usually factor
in whether I think they'd find me attractive. (In best Homer Simpson voice:
"Urrrrr... Anne Heche...")

After all, where would that leave the list of Dead Hotties? I'm sure lots of
people went to see the re-release of _Gone With The Wind_ just to drool over
the sundry, uh, talents of that film...

Regards,

--
Erick Vermillion-Salsbury
http://www.concentric.net/~erick/

bet...@earthlink.net

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(in no particular order)

Liam Neeson
Harrison Ford
Sean Connery
Patrick Stewart
Brad Pitt
Jeremy Irons
Daniel Day Lewis
Ralph Fiennes
David Boreanaz (Angel on 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer')
David Duchovny
Marcus from B5
The lead singer for Crash Test Dummies (long hair, and OHH that voice...)

more as events warrent...

barbara trumpinski-roberts

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>
> kitten adds wynona rider for starknight...and cheryl crow, melissa
> ethridge, tia leoni, and cybil shepard for tc.

t.c. told me that because it was early he forgot to add drew barrymore and
callahan's leslie, but i told him i wouldn't put that here.

barbara trumpinski-roberts

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RJ

> >Oh, also put Bonnie Raitt and, if we must have a Wynona on the list, can
> >we please make it Wynona Judd?
>
dusty:
> Bonnie Raitt's on your list, TOO?
>
> Dusty (gotta love those
> blueswomen)
>

"ph, hell, dusty....she's on MY list...." kitten knows that wild women
don't GET the blues.

barbara trumpinski-roberts

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>
>
> <snip-various choices.>

>
> >kitten adds wynona rider for starknight...and cheryl crow, melissa
> >ethridge, tia leoni, and cybil shepard for tc.
>
> I got some bad news for him about Melissa Etheridge, kitten......
>
>
> Dusty (who's afraid he'd accidentally break Winona Ryder in half.
> Cute girl, they just ain't all that much of 'er.)


kitten giggles..."he already knows...and while he is not quite ready to
have a sex change operation based on the lust in his heart, i think if
melissa asked him real nice he wouldn't hesitate for a second."

jw

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I guess I should add my list, in addition to Tom Selleck.

Eric Stoltz
Daniel Day-Lewis (in The Last of the Mohicans - great thigh movie)
Mel Gibson (and just about _any_ man in a kilt. Short, fat, bald,
bandy-legged, doesn't matter. It's a genetic tribal thing)
Keith Richards (stop laughing!)
Donald Sutherland
Eric Clapton

and my friend Henry, who wouldn't ask but we both kind of enjoy thinking
about it.

j.w.

Paul Campbell

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On 14 Jul 1998, Cheetah! wrote:

> Or ladyfingers...

Mmm, I like ladyfingers.

- Xzerrion, in an odd mood today

M Blaze Miskulin

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jw wrote:
[snip]

> and my friend Henry, who wouldn't ask but we both kind of enjoy thinking
> about it.

heh heh.

Reminds me of a friend of mine. She was my 'therapist' all through
college, and for quite a bit afterward--always knew what was going on
and wasn't afraid to tell me the truth (even when it hurt) or lie to me
with a stra