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Seaquam,

I am presently attempting to give you more 'usable' quotes for the Lucifer installment.

I hope there's plenty of fire and brimstone [Big Grin]

Feel free to use my Catholic faith as a reference point, I can confess about mocking the devil on Sunday.

Cheers,
Mishy
 
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Thank you, Mishy.

I so much prefer to use your own words when I quote you, rather than having to make them up as I was taught to do in Journalism School. [Smile]
 
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JONES:

The spotlight.

The glitter.

The glamour.

The fame.

The fortune.

The joie de vivre.

The Champagne.

The limousines.

The black-on-black '66 Coupes.

The scream of the crowd.

The adulation.

The recognition.

The movie rights, Jones. The MOVIE RIGHTS!

Even the bull****.

Can you really walk away from it all?

Honestly, I hope not.
 
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Seaquam- This is the first time I've seen this. I didn't realize that this feud had been going on this long. Or that VinoMe(Ronmc) was being used in other threads. I thought it was a new thread.

It's nice to see that classic literature is timeless.
 
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"Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality." - Jules de Gaultier

Seaquam has used a howitzer against the absurdity that is flame wars on Internet forums.
 
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"Oh, the tangled web thoust cannot keep your fangs devoid of wrap thyself within."
 
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Yes, ronmc, it's old, old news. If I'm not mistaken, it precedes the advent of this latest forum format for two of the principals. I do enjoy savoring their words once I've removed them just slightly from their correct context, however. [Smile]

Lilac, I think it was no more than a mere firecracker, overlooked entirely in the wake of the latest devastation.

I'm going to go wrap myself up in my favorite tangled web and get a good night's sleep.

[Cool]
 
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I never saw this before either. What a riot. It's sad that we won't get to see our pal Jones here anymore.
 
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Seaq-- This was a masterpiece. Grazie!

For those of you who remember When the three 'players' all posted here, have fun reading Seaq's initial post to this thread (again).

www.vinocellar.com -- Mm-Mm-good
 
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Maybe vinocellar, home of Bordo and Jones, could lure Mishy over from the Squires board to be a Wine Guest. Big Grin Eek Big Grin
 
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Ha ha, bravo Sequam!

As for actors - this is far too surrealistic to be casted with action heroes, like Clint Eastwood, Bruce Willis and the like, IMHO.

Board-O - Allan Rickman

Jones - John Malcovich

Mishy - well no idea really...

Man, I have too much time on my hands.
 
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Thanks for reviving this thread, Thomas. What a hoot!
 
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Well, it sure was great, but I never noticed the date the original was posted. What's this reviving thingie?
 
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Actually it isn't sad that Jones doesn't live here any more. Double negative -- just like him and those of his ilk.

Cheers!
And remember: Life's too short to drink bad wine.
 
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Well, it sure was great, but I never noticed the date the original was posted. What's this reviving thingie?


Markus-- 'Reviving' is what I like to call 'dumpster diving'. When I feel like digging around the older forum threads, I can usually find something interesting to dig back up and, with my posting to the thread, it moves it to the top of the thread list and thus others will then see it. Wink

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Hmm, Thomas, that's original! Smile
 
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I never noticed the date the original was posted.

April 2002.
 
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Ah, yes... the good old days. I remember them well. I was just a young boy then, about to taste my first glass of the magical elixir called wine... Roll Eyes

Seriously, think what you will of them, those three "stars" brought a lot of life, humor and excitement to these forums, not to mention wine knowledge. Losing two of them did not make this a better place, only a quieter one.

I [virtually] miss a number of participants who have drifted off into other reaches of cyberspace. C'est la vie.

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Cheers.
 
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Seaquam,
Too funny - redux !!
Thanks for the memories Razz
Cheers,
Mishy

THE REAL MISHY
 
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The rattling chains really did wake the ghosts in the attic!

Nice to see your font around here again, Mishy. We've kept the door open for you. Take off your shoes and set a spell, why doncha?

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Cheers.
 
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I second the motion! Nice to hear from you again, your Mishtress! Cool Wink

snow sucks.......
 
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Razz Razz Razz Wink Wink Cool Big Grin Cool Big Grin Big Grin
 
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With Seaquam within 100 posts of the 3000 milestone, I have been emailing him with anticipation asking what to expect. He has assured me that "Post 3000" will exceed his qustionaire in his 1000th Post(which was quite funny in its own right).

But it could never surpass this metaphysical absurdist play, could it? Seaquam says it is a lock.

Waiting in anticipation.

I remain,

VM
 
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I'm sorry I wasn't here for this one -- one of the best posts I've ever read.


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Seaquam posts are uniquely surreal - and funny as hell. Big Grin


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