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Old 11-12-2007, 11:44 PM
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Which do like better, 7-Up or Sprite?


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Old 11-13-2007, 12:05 AM
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What do you think of this story about JLH possibly losing weight?
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Old 11-13-2007, 12:15 AM
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http://theskinnywebsite.com/site/cat...r-love-hewitt/

What do you think of this story about JLH possibly losing weight?

I don't see it. she still looks pretty curvy to me. But as an ardent supporter of fitness celebrity, John Basedow, I can't begruge anyone in the quest for washboard abs. JLH looks goods. As long as she doesn't go skeletal (No offense Bob, but your just not that sexy) she should be okay.
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Old 11-13-2007, 12:08 AM
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Orlando Jones was on Ghost Whisperer last week, and he told me to make Seven Up-Yours. So between the 2, its 7-Up.

But to be honest, the greatest of all clear carbonated beverages...no the greateset of all beverages period, was the now defunct Crystal Pepsi. It was magical. It tasted like cola, but it was clear, it was pure, and like a rock star, it hit like a monsoon and was cut down in its prime. Come back Crystal Pepsi...we need you.
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Old 11-13-2007, 12:19 AM
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Orlando Jones was on Ghost Whisperer last week, and he told me to make Seven Up-Yours. So between the 2, its 7-Up.

But to be honest, the greatest of all clear carbonated beverages...no the greateset of all beverages period, was the now defunct Crystal Pepsi. It was magical. It tasted like cola, but it was clear, it was pure, and like a rock star, it hit like a monsoon and was cut down in its prime. Come back Crystal Pepsi...we need you.
I remember those old 7-UP shirts Orlando Jones wore. Make 7......UP YOURS
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CLC do you think JLH would ever get off her eccentric ways?
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Old 11-14-2007, 11:11 PM
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Eccentric? She's actually kinda low on the eccentricity scale. On the upper end you have people like: Michael Jackson, Howard Hughes, Jeff Goldblum, Grimm E. Spoon, Christpoher Walken, Britney Spears, That Lady at Work who Warns People About Government Spying Implants ...
...then on the lower end you have people like: Frank Perdue, Orville Redenbacker, Dave Thomas the founder of Wendy's, Jimmy Carter, and along those lines, Jennifer Love Hewitt.
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Eccentric? She's actually kinda low on the eccentricity scale. On the upper end you have people like: Michael Jackson, Howard Hughes, Jeff Goldblum, Grimm E. Spoon, Christpoher Walken, Britney Spears, That Lady at Work who Warns People About Government Spying Implants ...
...then on the lower end you have people like: Frank Perdue, Orville Redenbacker, Dave Thomas the founder of Wendy's, Jimmy Carter, and along those lines, Jennifer Love Hewitt.
Where would Amy "I live in the" Winehouse fit in this list?

and Morgan Freeman? Just to make this list better.

And I still get emails from that Lady, and I have the undying urge to forward them to OIH. She, too , is a huge Ron Paul mark. I think they would have alot to chat about.
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Where would Amy "I live in the" Winehouse fit in this list?

and Morgan Freeman? Just to make this list better...

Don't confuse ecentricity with crazydrunkenslutbaggyness (that's a medical term, ask Dr. Kieth) eccentricity is charming and helps sell records (that's what they called MP3's back when Grimmy was a kid). Though, I must say that her behavior is not shocking at all. There were subtle clues all along:

1. Her hit song states "They tell me go to re-hab but I won't go..."
2. Her name is Winehouse. Theres a freakin' alcoholic beverage right there in her name!
3. Her hair and make-up generally looks as if applied by some three year old girl, but not just any three year old girl. A three year old girl from Staten Island! Scientists (and by Scientists, I mean me. You saw my clipboard, I've gotta be a scientist) suspect Staten Island to be the origin of the crazydrunkenslutbag virus.

Anyhow, someone would have to witness her in a sobre state to assess her eccentricity. To do that, you'd have to go back in time to when she was like a fetus. Even then, I suspect her mother was hitting the bottle hard, passing on the fermented brain-killing booze to pre-natal Amy.


Now on to better things. Morgan Freeman. This is a tough question. If Morgan Freeman is the template in which we aspire to be, then we could say that he is not eccentric at all? On the other hand, would the fact that the rest of us are no where near his betterness, cause, from our perspective, him to be the most eccentric of all? Well isnt that a titty twister...of the mind.
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