September 30th, 2004

JAM <3

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Just curious, how many of you sleep in the nude? How many don't wear underwear on a daily basis?

What do you do when you've just woken up and the doorbell rings.. do you throw on a robe, answer the door in pajamas, quickly find something decent, or ignore the door altogether?
smiley jen

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I recently saw something, seemingly innocent, that will haunt me the rest of my life.

Has that ever happened to you?

What was this devious image that at first appeared innocent?
  • tbone

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Ok, bear with me on this. Saddam says he doesn't have WMDs. The rest of the world doesn't believe him. Inspectors are sent. Inspectors don't find anything, but we're still sure they are there. An invasion happens. That much we know.

So why wasn't Libya invaded? This was a country that has been known to sponsor terrorist activities against Western nations, plus several other icky things. Why do we accept that they are disarming without having to invade them? Sending inspectors wouldn't work, since we didn't trust them last time. But we just had great fanfare that they are disarming. How do we know?

I'm not looking to start a debate about whether the Iraq war was good or not. We won't answer that question or convince anyone of anything here. I'm concerned with Libya.
r brite
  • tezyeh

Holiday Inn

Has anyone stayed at either of the two Holiday Inns at anaheim right near disneyland?
Im thinking of booking it for 4 nights... i figured that since they are holiday inn they must be ok in cleanliness... ($60US a night on the net)

Any bad experiences with Holiday Inn at all? good?
Ryu face


Just a quick question, do you think thats its worth doing something to see if you need it or not, as in seeking help of the medical kind, safe than sorry as it were?
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Does anyone know why radio morning shows start, traditionally, around 6am? I'm going to guess that the majority of people wouldn't even be listening until they're driving to work, so maybe 7:30 at the earliest. So even if they get to work and listen they've missed an hour and a half no matter what.

What makes it worse is when they get syndicated. I'm sure people in california love to either not have a live show or have to start it at 3am. It'd be over by the time most of them get up.

I loved the Opie and Anthony show when it was on, mostly because it started at 3pm. Easy to catch in the afternoon, the drive home, and for a couple hours at home until 7. Makes sense to me. Now it's on at 6am for some silly reason on XM, even though it's its own channel (so it could be on at anytime they wanted).

What's the dealio?
Goodwill Lamb
  • xemcats


On a scale of 1-10, 1 being not at all annoyed, and 10 being super incredibly annoyed, how would you feel about a sandwich where the round top and flat bottom of the bread slices were at opposite ends?

For example:

On that same scale, how would you feel about a person who would make such a sandwich?
  • libram

Political Wizard of Oz

Are there any active forums out there that focus on discussing the political, social, and/or psychological commentary and satire behind Frank Baum's 'Wizard of Oz' novel?
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    contemplative contemplative

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Does anyone know the name of this model?

I'm sure this is the modle I am looking for, she worked for Dior and she did a great shoot with David LaChapelle with a snake that appeared in Elle magazine in the 1990's, she was also a writter or something similar for The Scotsman.
I half know the name but obviously my brain is numb through lack of sleep as I can't seem to get the spelling right.

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For the girls: Can you take your bra off under your shirt?

For both genders: Do you have any other special dressing/undressing abilities?

Personally, I can do the bra thing. And sometimes I can get my jeans on and off without taking off my shoes.
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    And One - "Recover You"
brian justin street dance

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there was a country song out i'm going to guess about... 10 years ago?  the lead singer (and probably the whole band) was male and sounded similar to the lead singer of Alabama, though I don't think it was Alabama.  it's a really pretty song and the only lyrics i can remember right now are:

"if it wasn't for her,
i wouldn't have you.
i would never have known
one could make love feel
the way you do.
if she'd have been faithful,
if she had've been true,
if it wasn't for her,
i wouldn't have you."

believe it or not, i can't find it anywhere on google. 

does anyone know the title or at least the artist???
Ahh! Babies!

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I just moved to Orlando. Why ON EARTH do they make you dial your area code to call every single local number? It took me like a week to figure that out. I was using a phone card cuz I thought my phone didn't work.
gear heart
  • dulcius

Gastric Bypass

Have you or anyone you know had gastric bypass surgery? What are your thoughts? Would you consider it if you were severely obese and your weight was affecting your health? I have an aunt that is seriously considering it and of course the doctors that she speaks to tell her that it's perfectly alright and relatively low risk. And while that may be true, I'm just looking for some real world experience regarding it.

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    Switchfoot - On Fire