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Old Mar 17, 2005, 7:04 PM   #11
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You've had better shots here. Seems like the amount of light and the focus got in the way.

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Old Mar 17, 2005, 9:08 PM   #13
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You've had better shots here. Seems like the amount of light and the focus got in the way.

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Yes butI still thought they had some merit.

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The male dancer reminds me of me. Sometimes on the weekends, I drink a flask full of cheap bourbon, put on tights, and prance about the house to organ/roller-rink music. Though I never studied ballet, and am quite clumsy at this - I DON'T CARE! It's a guilty pleasure, and it gives my life meaning.

Do you prefer a Wurlitzer or Hammond? I believe the Hammond can provide a softer sound, thus when wiping out, easing the blow of the coffee table on one's cranium. It also can enhance a feeling of fulfillment when licking up one's spilled bourbon.
I too enjoy this activity, though I differ from NickTrop in that I prefer Rock-n-Rye to bargain bourbon. I prefer the Wurlitzer to the Hammond - a minority preference for sure, but thescreaching,penetrating timbers of the Wurlitzer really gets the juices flowin'. Indeed I often (usually) "wipe-out" when preforming this activity, and I've both the cracks in the coffee table, and lascerations to the cranium to prove it:G, I find that this occurrance signifies the end of such joyous activites - and time to call it a night (though "calling it a night" isusually the result of unconsciouness and therefore not a willful decision...)






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LL..are you talking to me? I haven't had a drink in two years.:evil:
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