July 18 2009 Tortola - Part 2!

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  1. MarcyIn Florida

    MarcyIn Florida DIS Veteran

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    Yes. I saw all three of the original movies and then Episode 1. Then I gave up.

    And no, I never saw Back to the Future 3.

    You have been married to me for 15 years, right??
     
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  3. BomaJack

    BomaJack Breaker of Household Appliances

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    Yes, though I question why if you haven't seen Back to the Future 3, yet. :hug:

    For some reason I thought you never finished Star Wars because you hated the first two so much. Weird. But we HAVE been married for 15 years, so there's bound to be stuff that I've forgotten. It's one of the good things about being married so long. You can start recycling stories, and it'll be like it's the very first time! Couple that with my horrible memory, and you only really need ten or twelve stories, and you'll be able to keep me entertained for decades...
     
  4. mickeymo

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    Which last one? The 6th which is really the 3rd movie or the 3rd movie which is really the 6th? ;)

    I much prefer the chemistry of Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, etc. The chronological storied 1,2 and 3 are just to painful to watch the acting.
     
  5. mickeymo

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    I :love: Back to the Future!!!! You can skip the middle one though...

    I also skip the 2nd Indiana Jones, too...
     
  6. lwilliam

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    YES - keep it loose, but be at the Turf on Thursday!:hug::lmao::lmao:

    I have a serious question, sorry - but are BomaJack and Marcy in Florida married? :confused3 These two have the most conversations on this thread:lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao: (sort of like MY husband and me texting each other!!!) - believe me, I'm joking 'ya!:rotfl2::rotfl2::rotfl2: Can't wait to meet you guys!:grouphug:
     
  7. BomaJack

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    I go according to release. So it breaks down like this: First movie (Episode 4), second movie (Episode 5), third movie (Episode 6), and then those horrible movies that I pretend don't exist. :)
     
  8. BomaJack

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    :scared1: I LOVED the second one! The only people I know who hated the second BTTF movie were those who watched it in the theater, and were mad because it didn't have an ending! :) It's way better than the third one, even if the third one is similarly awesome.

    As for Indiana Jones, I agree wholeheartedly with you. I hated the second one. I tried to watch it again once I started appreciating the cultural references, and it ended up making me hate it even more. I'm kind of odd, though, because I actually like the third movie better than the first, and that tends to get people mad at me. I just thought it was much smarter. I also really enjoyed the latest movie (particularly the references to the television series and the movies), despite some jarringly painful moments (monkeys), and really having to suspend belief BEYOND the call of duty. The new Cold War setting worked really well, I thought. Just keep Lucas out of the next one and I think it'll be good for another go. :)
     
  9. BomaJack

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    Heh heh. She works long enough hours that email and IMs are a huge part of how we stay connected. We've been trying hard not to take over the thread with long streams of trying to one-up each other in a battle of wit... We've been known to go on for days. :)
     
  10. lwilliam

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    Just wanna say - you guys are a riot!:lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao:
     
  11. Georgia Jamie

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    A riot, for sure. :lmao:

    Looking forward to the "live" version and wonder if they "sound" like they "write"??? :)

    Jamie
     
  12. BomaJack

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    She does, but I'm slow, and it takes me five to ten minutes to form a comeback. That why this whole forum/email thing works really well for me. :)
     
  13. BomaJack

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    I'm going to get my washer now with thirty more posts to go. No more posting until I get back. :mad:
     
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    I'm scared!:scared1::lmao::lmao:
     
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    Really, really scared!:scared1::rotfl2::lmao::rotfl::scared1:
     
  16. MarcyIn Florida

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    I loved Star Wars one and two (i.e., 4 and 5) as did every child of the 70s. By the time 3 came out (i.e. 6) I was more interested in boys and less interested in muppets and gold bikinis, unlike boys of that era.

    So before someone murders me in my sleep on the cruise for thinking I hated the original movies . . . . ;)
     
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    OK, Jamie,

    Now that HE is gone - tell us what he is REALLY like!:lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao:
     
  18. MarcyIn Florida

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    Yeah, pretty much.

    Years ago, our closest couple friends used to panic when Greg and I engaged in playful bicker. (Which is often.) They *never* bickered.

    They are now divorced and the husband is remarried to a bickerer. :rotfl:
     
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    Bet the floor is really really clean?

    He must have liked what he saw or heard :rotfl2:
     
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    DD just called me at work to say that there is a chipmunk in the house. My co-workers wanted to know if it was Alvin, Simon or Theodore. Where have they been? It is Chip, of course. Sure hope he can find his way out before the dog notices he is there :scared1::scared1:

    Every summer it's something else with her. Last summer it was a snake in the garage consuming a toad. A few years before that it was a deer in the garage and it didn't come through the door either.

    Boy do I need this vacation :thumbsup2
     
  21. BomaJack

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    Not really. Now it smells a little funny.

    Anyway, I'm back, so you can post, again. :)
     
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