N0DOT 601

Junction City, KS

#1 Oct 29, 2012
Supposed to be a bad one. Better take cover.
Rastous

Toledo, IL

#2 Oct 29, 2012
Should blow most of the leaves that have changed color off the trees here in southeastern Illinois. Some pretty, pretty left but not much.

Glad I got my truck waxed last week.:)
priorities

Junction City, KS

#3 Oct 29, 2012
Rastous wrote:
Should blow most of the leaves that have changed color off the trees here in southeastern Illinois. Some pretty, pretty left but not much.
Glad I got my truck waxed last week.:)
Things to ponder while you`re waxing your carrot , thinking about Faith Tab hotties with unshorn goodies under denim skirts.(just joking.... BWAHAHA !!)
Kanguroo

United States

#4 Oct 29, 2012
Sandy its the result of right wing nut jobs propaganda.
seriously

Junction City, KS

#5 Oct 29, 2012
that's how you all are going to be? people have died and more are dying. the uss bounty has sunk and america has lost a historic treasure. damage is going to be in the billions.

and you got jokes?
Super Storming

Shinnston, WV

#6 Oct 29, 2012
stay safe and say prayers for the people on the east coast!
BLAMMMMM

Denver, CO

#7 Oct 29, 2012
Stormmmmm!!!!!
Rastous

Toledo, IL

#8 Oct 29, 2012
Amen!
hmmmmm

Sierra Vista, AZ

#9 Oct 30, 2012
seriously wrote:
that's how you all are going to be? people have died and more are dying. the uss bounty has sunk and america has lost a historic treasure. damage is going to be in the billions.
and you got jokes?
That was not the real Bounty you idiot it was a replica!!
Rastous

Toledo, IL

#10 Oct 30, 2012
hmmmmm wrote:
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That was not the real Bounty you idiot it was a replica!!
I'll 2nd that!

The HMS Bounty originally was a prop for the 1962 film “Mutiny on the Bounty,” starring Marlon Brando. Since then the ship had been used for private parties, weddings and tours.

http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20121030...
same old same old

United States

#11 Oct 30, 2012
hmmmmm wrote:
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That was not the real Bounty you idiot it was a replica!!
That makes it all better. Too bad the dead and missing werent replica people.

Since: Oct 10

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#12 Oct 30, 2012
Kanguroo wrote:
Sandy its the result of right wing nut jobs propaganda.
Post not made by The Kangaroo, but instead by Jerry, a scumbag coward.

However...deferring environmental policy to plutocrat scum like the Koch Brothers has in part resulted in some environmental changes at and near the surface of the earth.

Since: Oct 10

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#13 Oct 30, 2012
Rastous wrote:
<quoted text>I'll 2nd that!
The HMS Bounty originally was a prop for the 1962 film “Mutiny on the Bounty,” starring Marlon Brando. Since then the ship had been used for private parties, weddings and tours.
http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20121030...
True. The original was burned by the mutineers who settled at Pitcairn's Island.

There have been three movies made of the fictionalized book trilogy about the incident by Charles Norman and James Nordhoff Hall ("Mutiny on the Bounty," the first, ended after the actual mutiny; "Men Against the Sea" concerned the survival of Captain Bligh and the men loyal to him who were put asea in a launch and sailed it to the Portuguese settlement at Timor and from there back to Britain; and Pitcain's Island, about the settlers and their Tahitian companions). The first movie from about 1935 starred Charles Laughton as Captain Bligh and Clark Gable as Lieutenant Flethcher Christian, the mate who led the mutiny; the second, from the mid-1960s, starred Trevor Howard and Marlon Brando respectively in these roles; and the third, from the 1990s, stared anthony Hopkins and Mel Gibson.

Ironically, the Pitcairn Islanders - all descendants of the mutineers and their Tahitian companions - are an especially incestuous people, which is not an uncommon reality in isolated communities like Pitcairn. Brando married and later divorced the Tahitian who played his bride in the movie and fathered children with her. He was said to have been intimate with their daughter and her brother went to prison for killing her boyfriend. Definitely some things were going on there.
imagine

Junction City, KS

#14 Oct 30, 2012
The Kangaroo wrote:
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True. The original was burned by the mutineers who settled at Pitcairn's Island.
There have been three movies made of the fictionalized book trilogy about the incident by Charles Norman and James Nordhoff Hall ("Mutiny on the Bounty," the first, ended after the actual mutiny; "Men Against the Sea" concerned the survival of Captain Bligh and the men loyal to him who were put asea in a launch and sailed it to the Portuguese settlement at Timor and from there back to Britain; and Pitcain's Island, about the settlers and their Tahitian companions). The first movie from about 1935 starred Charles Laughton as Captain Bligh and Clark Gable as Lieutenant Flethcher Christian, the mate who led the mutiny; the second, from the mid-1960s, starred Trevor Howard and Marlon Brando respectively in these roles; and the third, from the 1990s, stared anthony Hopkins and Mel Gibson.
Ironically, the Pitcairn Islanders - all descendants of the mutineers and their Tahitian companions - are an especially incestuous people, which is not an uncommon reality in isolated communities like Pitcairn. Brando married and later divorced the Tahitian who played his bride in the movie and fathered children with her. He was said to have been intimate with their daughter and her brother went to prison for killing her boyfriend. Definitely some things were going on there.
What a sense of utopia for those sailors, having been around prudish European women who seldom bathed their pallid, plump bodies, then landing on a tropical island inhabited by brown-skinned, topless beauties with long black hair and bodies toned by the island lifestyle. No wonder they didn`t want to leave ! Not unlike a young soldier who couldn`t get a date stateside suddenly being posted to Korea and going out to Dongducheon for the first time.

Since: Oct 10

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#15 Oct 30, 2012
imagine wrote:
<quoted text>What a sense of utopia for those sailors, having been around prudish European women who seldom bathed their pallid, plump bodies, then landing on a tropical island inhabited by brown-skinned, topless beauties with long black hair and bodies toned by the island lifestyle. No wonder they didn`t want to leave ! Not unlike a young soldier who couldn`t get a date stateside suddenly being posted to Korea and going out to Dongducheon for the first time.
Certainly valid in part - however, a lot of Pacific Islanders tend to be plus-sized. I certainly know Tongans, Samoans, and Native Hawaiians who are, but I'm not sure about Tahitians. In the last book, Nordstrom and Hall documented a deadly feud which began because a mutineer who was maried to a Tahitian woman called "Fatso" because she was fat was also having an affair with a Tahitian woman married to a Tahitian man. Most of the mutineers, including Christian, and all of the Tahitian males, died in the feud that that affair ignited. The moral of that true story, I suppose, is that human passions is what keeps paradise from staying paradise.
no doubt

Junction City, KS

#16 Oct 30, 2012
The Kangaroo wrote:
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Certainly valid in part - however, a lot of Pacific Islanders tend to be plus-sized. I certainly know Tongans, Samoans, and Native Hawaiians who are, but I'm not sure about Tahitians. In the last book, Nordstrom and Hall documented a deadly feud which began because a mutineer who was maried to a Tahitian woman called "Fatso" because she was fat was also having an affair with a Tahitian woman married to a Tahitian man. Most of the mutineers, including Christian, and all of the Tahitian males, died in the feud that that affair ignited. The moral of that true story, I suppose, is that human passions is what keeps paradise from staying paradise.
We`ve all had , or heard of , "P...y to die for." Evidently, they took it literally.
Rastous

Olney, IL

#17 Oct 31, 2012
It ain't worth a plug nickle.
g-unit

La Mesa, CA

#18 Oct 31, 2012
It's worth a dime
Rastous

Olney, IL

#19 Oct 31, 2012
Nope

Since: Aug 12

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#20 Oct 31, 2012
sad stuff

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