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it feels like 1861 all over again by pippin on 30 July 2003 12:15am
 
hello everyone! my friend Heidi a.k.a. bbfancier,loves the civil war the american one that is. she's very interested in it and this thread is for her. well anywho. the movie gods and generals. and what a great movie! yup. it has alot of irish people in it! yay irish people and all people who live in europe!

yours not really,
aubrey
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by bbfancier on 30 July 2003 9:34am
 
greetings fellow earthings! what pippin says is true. if you have any questions that have anything to do with the civil war
or civil war movies feel free to ask them and i will try to answer to the best of my known ability. tee hee. semprini


entirely yours except you pippin,
bbfancier or heidi

P.S. by the way the bb means billy boyd who's with me?
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by Miss-M on 30 July 2003 11:27am
 
Oh cool, perhaps you can answer a question I've long wondered about!

Why was Scarlett O'Hara so infatuated with Ashley Wilkes??

 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by pandk2 on 30 July 2003 11:29am
 
AND...why didn't Rhett give a damn?
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by fattcslim on 30 July 2003 1:04pm
 
bbfancier or heidi can i ask as a fellow civil war buff, who do you side with the union or the confedirate rebels?

tony
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by Diamond on 30 July 2003 1:31pm
 
at which point in history was the film The Patriot set??

Mel gibson wow
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by peripatetically on 30 July 2003 4:12pm
 
Heidi, which facet of the American CW interestes you most??? I am particularly interested in what happened between Grant, his generals, and Lee, alll in the East. Have been to most battle venues along the east coast and through much of the south.

Anyway, just wondering where your main interests lie... The civilian side of life during those times, war strategies or everything and anything???

Patty~
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by pandk2 on 30 July 2003 4:22pm
 
Frankly my dear.....I don't give a Grant...
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by pippin on 30 July 2003 6:15pm
 
oh i know i'm not heidi but i can answer lyn's question if you don't mind. the patriot was set in the american revolution.
i'm not so keen on mel gibson as my mom is but i think the british general is alot cuter. he's also in harry potter. he plays lucius malfoy.

utterly,
aubrey
 
Re: it feels like 1861 all over again by bbfancier on 30 July 2003 6:31pm
 
Miss-M & Karen: i've only seen the end of that movie and it freaked me out so i didn't watch it again. i guess it's one of those movies i just don't get.

Tony: i can tell you're obviously a union fan since you spelt confederate wrong. but to answer your question, i support both for
different reasons but right now i'm leaning
toward the confederacy.

Patty: anything and everything!

sincerely,
bbfancier or heidi or billy boyd fancier
(mr.)
 
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