LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Saline, MI

#31621 Dec 16, 2013
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
now that just stuck me as funny as hell...... but I'll not explain it
sure

“Denny Crain”

Level 8

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#31622 Dec 16, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
Good Morning Grace, Sir Tally, LIM, CC.....et al
Wonderful tribute from the Ireland President to
the great Irish actor, Peter O'Toole.
Perhaps Grace would elaborate?
Good morning El. My pheasant hunting trip was a bust after a 7 hour drive there were no birds. It was a great trip anyway just being with my friends. It is a yearly get together

“guess who Lois?”

Level 7

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#31623 Dec 16, 2013
tallyho wrote:
GOOD MORNING LADY EL/MADAME GRACE LADIES&GENTS of the REALM .....
so sad a fine actor all the nominations wished he had won just one ......
I would have thought he would have received a lifetime award??? They usually do that for someone who has performed in so many good movies for so long?

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#31624 Dec 16, 2013
franko wrote:
<quoted text>I would have thought he would have received a lifetime award??? They usually do that for someone who has performed in so many good movies for so long?
the thought crossed my mind , but it is like a death sentence , to me ....question was Peter ever knighted????

“Truth + context + perspective”

Since: Nov 09

informs against BS

#31625 Dec 16, 2013
franko wrote:
<quoted text>I would have thought he would have received a lifetime award??? They usually do that for someone who has performed in so many good movies for so long?
Hello, franko. He did. Good afternoon/evening, Kitchen-eers

parts of bio article

... holds the record for the most Academy Award acting nominations without a win. He won four Golden Globes, a BAFTA and an Emmy, and was the recipient of an Honorary Academy Award in 2003.

In 2003, the Academy honoured him with an Academy Honorary Award for his entire body of work and his lifelong contribution to film.[33] O'Toole initially balked about accepting, and wrote the Academy a letter saying that he was "still in the game" and would like more time to "win the lovely bugger outright." The Academy informed him that they would bestow the award whether he wanted it or not. He told The Charlie Rose Show in January 2007 his children admonished him, saying that it was the highest honour one could receive in the filmmaking industry. O'Toole agreed to appear at the ceremony and receive his Honorary Oscar. It was presented to him by Meryl Streep, who has the most Oscar nominations of any actress (17).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_O%27Toole

BTW ... finding the above, I found Joan Fontaine's obit/bio article. Passed 12/15. RIP

“Truth + context + perspective”

Since: Nov 09

informs against BS

#31626 Dec 16, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Good Morning Cuz Luke...
and thanks for the link...that could have been a totally different ending had they
not been in such good hands. Can't help being reminded that Somebody up there
loved them.
Although, does that mean that when they are 'taken' they are unloved? I don't think
so.
Oh!....the mis-spelling and my subsequent gentle reminder to Grace.....:)
To be honest Dear Luke, if one gets to the stage where you would confuse
Manila with Mandela then imho....time to hang up your pc.
Hope the car passes muster and be careful driving in that slushy weather.....
still no snow in these parts.
yes, we have no banannas (<--- look what I did ) is a ditty so silly.

I used Manila for vanilla, Milly!:)

Thank you, it did. Had battery replaced too for good measure. It was cranking slower in these winter days now. After a quick lunch-ish bite, a spate of Christmas shopping was enjoyed/endured. lol

The worst is our private road; slush frozen. Highways are clear though wet.

Dec. 16 historical significance ... the ties that bind.

1689 The Parliament of England adopted the Bill of Rights, declaring that Englishmen possessed certain positive civil and political rights.

1773 To prevent the unloading of tea that was taxed without their consent under the Tea Act, a group of colonists destroyed it (pictured) by throwing it into Boston Harbor.

Since: Jun 06

Liverpool, UK

#31627 Dec 16, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
yes, we have no banannas (<--- look what I did ) is a ditty so silly.
I used Manila for vanilla, Milly!:)
Thank you, it did. Had battery replaced too for good measure. It was cranking slower in these winter days now. After a quick lunch-ish bite, a spate of Christmas shopping was enjoyed/endured. lol
The worst is our private road; slush frozen. Highways are clear though wet.
Dec. 16 historical significance ... the ties that bind.
1689 The Parliament of England adopted the Bill of Rights, declaring that Englishmen possessed certain positive civil and political rights.
1773 To prevent the unloading of tea that was taxed without their consent under the Tea Act, a group of colonists destroyed it (pictured) by throwing it into Boston Harbor.
and it isn't just about mis=spelling.....

I had a lot of calls to make when I went to town this afternoon, the last of which
was the library. I had renewed my books twice over the 'phone, today I actually
got around to return them, and take a couple out whilst there. So there I am
staring at all these books, and the name of the author whose books I was so keen
to take out, left me. The Librarian is so helpful. Sh went through all the Liverpudlian
authors she could bring to mind, while I am, no, it isn't her, e v e n t u a l l y it comes
into my tiny mind and she leads me over to where I can choose from six books written
by her. After all that, the book I wanted was out, lol.

Glad all went well for you today Cuz....

always interested to know what happened 'on this day'.......t/y

'ave a bannanna!

Since: Jun 06

Liverpool, UK

#31628 Dec 16, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text> Good morning El. My pheasant hunting trip was a bust after a 7 hour drive there were no birds. It was a great trip anyway just being with my friends. It is a yearly get together
Hi there Denny......at least you had a great time, that's the main thing, genuinely sorry
to hear the pheasants were scarce, just means somebody else will benefit from them,
maybe someone not such a good shot. A lane here is chocca with pheasants, we
try to avoid them when driving down. I did pick one up newly killed, put it in the
boot, then hung it for a week in the shed and cooked it for the cats. I couldn't
stomach it, silly really, but still, it didn't die in vain.

“guess who Lois?”

Level 7

Since: Dec 06

A little hole in the wall.

#31629 Dec 16, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello, franko. He did. Good afternoon/evening, Kitchen-eers
parts of bio article
... holds the record for the most Academy Award acting nominations without a win. He won four Golden Globes, a BAFTA and an Emmy, and was the recipient of an Honorary Academy Award in 2003.
In 2003, the Academy honoured him with an Academy Honorary Award for his entire body of work and his lifelong contribution to film.[33] O'Toole initially balked about accepting, and wrote the Academy a letter saying that he was "still in the game" and would like more time to "win the lovely bugger outright." The Academy informed him that they would bestow the award whether he wanted it or not. He told The Charlie Rose Show in January 2007 his children admonished him, saying that it was the highest honour one could receive in the filmmaking industry. O'Toole agreed to appear at the ceremony and receive his Honorary Oscar. It was presented to him by Meryl Streep, who has the most Oscar nominations of any actress (17).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_O%27Toole
BTW ... finding the above, I found Joan Fontaine's obit/bio article. Passed 12/15. RIP
i AGREE, the lifetime award is a bigerhonor, YOu win an individual award sometimes by luck, being in the right movie at the right time (NO ONE THOUGHT forest gump WOULD AMOUNT TO MUCH WHEN THEY FIRST STARTED FILMING), BUt you get nominated frequently only by being top notch for a long long time.
Grace Nerissa

Dublin, Ireland

#31630 Dec 16, 2013
Had a good day out shopping yesterday,
Usual Christmas crowds but sweet and easy in another way.

The charities here, unfortunately are being hard hit this year,
since a controversy has been revealed that a lot of the monies
from these charities were being creamed off .. to top up
salaries of already well paid 'fat cats' involved in these organisations.
Very sad indeed.

However, have a good day everyone.
Grace Nerissa

Dublin, Ireland

#31631 Dec 16, 2013
franko wrote:
<quoted text>i AGREE, the lifetime award is a bigerhonor, YOu win an individual award sometimes by luck, being in the right movie at the right time (NO ONE THOUGHT forest gump WOULD AMOUNT TO MUCH WHEN THEY FIRST STARTED FILMING), BUt you get nominated frequently only by being top notch for a long long time.
As my late Mom used to say.
'A long time coming, comes at last'

Hi Franko, don't often see you around at the same time.
chance to say 'Merry Christmas' to you & yours.
Grace Nerissa

Dublin, Ireland

#31632 Dec 16, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi there Denny......at least you had a great time, that's the main thing, genuinely sorry
to hear the pheasants were scarce, just means somebody else will benefit from them,
maybe someone not such a good shot. A lane here is chocca with pheasants, we
try to avoid them when driving down. I did pick one up newly killed, put it in the
boot, then hung it for a week in the shed and cooked it for the cats. I couldn't
stomach it, silly really, but still, it didn't die in vain.
Gee El! Eyes wide open,
I had to check twice to see if this reply came from 'you'
for reasons which are obvious ..

Shooting birds, Just not my idea of 'a great time'
Krypteia

Birmingham, UK

#31633 Dec 17, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Manchester United have been having a rough spell....so it was a relief when yesterday
they won their match with Aston Villa 3 - 0.
Liverpool 5 Tottenham Hotspurs 0 (sorry Krypteia)
lol,It was awful to watch,Must admit Liverpool played well but the Spurs players don't deserve their over inflated pay for such a,and let's face it a county league performance really..
Off to Kent Friday an old army mates funeral,as we say Stand Easy,he had a short illness thank god pancreatic cancer,went to the doctors August and died last Thursday..
Anyway birthday today so pub me thinks later.

Since: Jun 06

Liverpool, UK

#31634 Dec 17, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Gee El! Eyes wide open,
I had to check twice to see if this reply came from 'you'
for reasons which are obvious ..
Shooting birds, Just not my idea of 'a great time'
As well you might Grace.

But, here's the thing.

After my brief sojurn as 'spelling police'....lol....I reverted
to being who I am, which is,'to each his own'.....

It isn't how you and I were raised, or what we would do ourselves,
and if it were up to me these birds would not be bred for this
purpose, but, rather someone who is an expert in that field
rather than some amateur who would perhaps only cause injury,
that is why I was sorry it was a wasted journey for Denny in that respect.

I can't in all honesty, condemn anybody for their life style simply because
it isn't my own.

Although......I make no pretence, if I were starving, if I knew anybody who
was starving, I would kill to provide food.

Since: Jun 06

Liverpool, UK

#31635 Dec 17, 2013
Krypteia wrote:
<quoted text>lol,It was awful to watch,Must admit Liverpool played well but the Spurs players don't deserve their over inflated pay for such a,and let's face it a county league performance really..
Off to Kent Friday an old army mates funeral,as we say Stand Easy,he had a short illness thank god pancreatic cancer,went to the doctors August and died last Thursday..
Anyway birthday today so pub me thinks later.
A very Happy Birthday to you today Krypteia, I will raise a glass (Baileys)
to your good health this afternoon.

I couldn't understand why Daniel Defoe wasn't brought on, but still, it just
wasn't their day and of course the Manager suffered, I don't think that's
right, what do you think?

So very sorry to hear of your mate passing away, the only blessing, it
was a short lived illness.

Today though is your day....enjoy!

“"Eatin' Ain't Cheatin!"”

Level 1

Since: Sep 06

Thompson's Station, Tn

#31636 Dec 17, 2013
Buenas Dias Y'all! I have got to take Bobby to the dentist today. I have to "Hoof it" 4 miles. It gives me a chance to visit my local bar or pubbefore I remove Bobby from school. "Never drink and drive....you might spill some!" - Dean Martin. Hello El, Grace, and Franko!

Since: Jun 06

Liverpool, UK

#31637 Dec 17, 2013
Hey Grace......

fortunately I am not, and do not know anybody who is,
which spares me from that, more importantly, from
doing the deed.

I am one who, even reading about any cruelty to animals,
keeps me awake nights.

There are other means of feeding the world other than killing
animals, as you yourself so rightly adhere to.

So whether I could or not, it's doubtful.

“"Eatin' Ain't Cheatin!"”

Level 1

Since: Sep 06

Thompson's Station, Tn

#31638 Dec 17, 2013
We would have a lot more vegetarians if people had to personally kill their own food. If it weren't for olives in my Martinis, I would starve to death.

Since: Jun 06

Liverpool, UK

#31639 Dec 17, 2013
Mexican Hillbilly wrote:
We would have a lot more vegetarians if people had to personally kill their own food. If it weren't for olives in my Martinis, I would starve to death.
That's true enough, although at least the animal would be spared the horrors
of the abbatoir.

I am rapidly becoming more vegetarian day by day.

That's quite a walk you have lined up, hope all goes well for you both and
very nice indeed to see you here MH.

“"Eatin' Ain't Cheatin!"”

Level 1

Since: Sep 06

Thompson's Station, Tn

#31640 Dec 17, 2013
I am out of work now. Between 2:00 a.m. - 5:00 a.m. I walk my Chihuahua and my glass of vodka through my neighborhood and then later in the day. If I need to shop it is a 4 mile round trip.

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