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Looking for Knowledge wrote:
Were you the one that didn't like Monty Python either? I'm starting to become seriously concerned for your mental well being. Did something happen in your early childhood that's caused you to have negative feelings towards really funny shows? It's going to be okay. The first step is always to see that there is a problem. :wink:


No, I love Monty Python. You're confusing me with Action Jim. Please don't ever do that again. I don't want to have to fly to Portland to slap you. :D
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idchafee wrote:
No, I love Monty Python. You're confusing me with Action Jim. Please don't ever do that again. I don't want to have to fly to Portland to slap you. :D


Heh.....Okay, okay.....I'll get it tattoed so that I don't forget. Old Howard summed it up pretty well. Just to get it straight from the source, you're NOT entertained by Sienfeld but you ARE entertained by Professional Wrestling?
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Looking for Knowledge wrote:
idchafee wrote:
No, I love Monty Python. You're confusing me with Action Jim. Please don't ever do that again. I don't want to have to fly to Portland to slap you. :D


Heh.....Okay, okay.....I'll get it tattoed so that I don't forget. Old Howard summed it up pretty well. Just to get it straight from the source, you're NOT entertained by Sienfeld but you ARE entertained by Professional Wrestling?


idchafee, I've got his address if you want to follow through on that ;) And LFK I just might give it to him for that Old Howard crack, I'm younger than you :P
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Heh.....Okay, okay.....I'll get it tattoed so that I don't forget. Old Howard summed it up pretty well. Just to get it straight from the source, you're NOT entertained by Sienfeld but you ARE entertained by Professional Wrestling?


Guilty as charged, your honor. Going to see WWF Raw live tomorrow evening.
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Sun Apr 11, 2004 7:59 pm

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Guilty as charged, your honor. Going to see WWF Raw live tomorrow evening.


Actually, a lot of TR people are going to see WWF Raw tomorrow: myself, idchafee, Starfalcon, Hawkwing74, and ManosHOF.

We should make a "Don't Ya Mean Type" sign and hope it gets on TV. Either that, or paint it on our chests and wander around shirtless. But that wouldn't be good for anybody.
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I like the sign idea.
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I like the sign idea, it is sure to get on TV just being so strange. :wink:
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Of course we're all too lazy to make signs.
 
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Mon Apr 12, 2004 12:34 pm

Speaking of Seinfeld ...

Does anyone else notice the abundance of abusive women in comedy shows?

Exhibit A: Elaine Benes always pushed everyone, and was pretty rude and selfish to boot.

Exhibit B: Debra Barone (Everybody Loves Raymond) elbows her husband in the nads, tosses him into a bookshelf, pours hot fluids into his nether regions, and mocks him at every turn.

I swear, it is like a reverse Punch & Judy!
Not really a topic, just an observation.
 
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Exhibit B: Debra Barone (Everybody Loves Raymond) elbows her husband in the nads, tosses him into a bookshelf, pours hot fluids into his nether regions, and mocks him at every turn.


Lucky bastard. It usually costs me $50 to get that sort of treatment.
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I think it stems from them being over emotional
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Mon Apr 12, 2004 12:52 pm

Looking for Knowledge wrote:
idchafee wrote:
the_silver_bullet24 wrote:
NO SOUP FOR YOU!


You come back, 1 year!

I never liked that show. I didn't get it.


Were you the one that didn't like Monty Python either? I'm starting to become seriously concerned for your mental well being. Did something happen in your early childhood that's caused you to have negative feelings towards really funny shows? It's going to be okay. The first step is always to see that there is a problem. :wink:


Actually I was never a seinfeld fan but LOVE monty python. I just thought seinfeld was more too unbelievable for the setting it had, the stuff that happened would never happen in real life. But I suppose that can add to the hilarity.
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Mon Apr 12, 2004 1:13 pm

Velvet Elvis wrote:
Speaking of Seinfeld ...

Does anyone else notice the abundance of abusive women in comedy shows?

Exhibit A: Elaine Benes always pushed everyone, and was pretty rude and selfish to boot.

Exhibit B: Debra Barone (Everybody Loves Raymond) elbows her husband in the nads, tosses him into a bookshelf, pours hot fluids into his nether regions, and mocks him at every turn.

I swear, it is like a reverse Punch & Judy!
Not really a topic, just an observation.


I agree. I think we talked about this topic before. It's as if white guys are the last "ethnic group" that it's okay to poke fun at. Turn it around and show Raymond punching his wife in the vagina and phones would start ringing all across America... :roll:


pete_roth wrote:
Actually I was never a seinfeld fan but LOVE monty python. I just thought seinfeld was more too unbelievable for the setting it had, the stuff that happened would never happen in real life. But I suppose that can add to the hilarity.


Ummm.....okay...so what "believable" and "realistic" sitcoms are YOU watching may I ask???
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umm... I like having a life :wink:


And I really like beautiful girls :o
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Mon Apr 12, 2004 3:33 pm

ZooTech wrote:
Turn it around and show Raymond punching his wife in the vagina and phones would start ringing all across America

Amen to that one.

ZooTech (Even though he wasn't asking me) wrote:
Ummm.....okay...so what "believable" and "realistic" sitcoms are YOU watching may I ask???

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Oh, wait! That isn't a sitcom, is it? I always thought it was funny that Bauer's daughter couldn't think her way out of a wet paper bag, but she works in Coutner-Terrorism(?!?!). ... And she used to be a nanny!
 
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24?
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Zoo...do you think you can lock this thread before it hits 50 pages :lol:
 
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It's worth a shot... :P
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Mon Apr 12, 2004 6:56 pm

maybe so then, till fifty pages yeah, then a hundred. :D
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Any attempts to deliberiately lock threads are frowned upon. We can just as easily delete posts instead of locking a thread.

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Anyway....so about this "evolution" BS....
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umm... I like having a life :wink:


Can I have your life? I don't have one...
 
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no religion or politics here ZOOTECH. errr. :(

Watch or do something enjoyable, and do not get your knickers in a bundle man. Calm down.
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Ithkul_prime wrote:
no religion or politics here ZOOTECH. errr. :(

Watch or do something enjoyable, and do not get your knickers in a bundle man. Calm down.


Sometimes I wonder if you're even responding to the right thread... :-?
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Mon Apr 12, 2004 7:08 pm

I likea the juice.
The juice is good, yes?

"He likesa da juice!"

8)

Just doning my part to keep this thread on topic, and that is disjointed anarchy.
 
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I likea the juice.
The juice is good, yes?

"He likesa da juice!"

8)

Just doning my part to keep this thread on topic, and that is disjointed anarchy.


So what you're saying is that we all evolved from this primordial "juice" you speak of, huh? So I have to ask, where is the evidence? Where are the juice-induced missing links?
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