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Re: Anything in common by Eloise on 5 March 2003 5:46pm
 
Queen, and history?
you lot just have THe best tastes! what else do I like? George Harrsion, and a good book on a rainy evening.......how romantic!
dancing, the flute, and *trying* to make my friends laugh. I do, but it'd mostly AT me, not WITH me!
Ello
 
Re: Anything in common by michellewinn on 5 March 2003 6:13pm
 
Eloise, forgot to mention George Harrison too. My favourite Beatle, my friends laugh at me to, can,t understand why oh and playing the guitar. But since I found this site not much playing has been happening. Naughty me.

LOL MAC
 
Re: Anything in common by emartin on 5 March 2003 6:31pm
 
I am also a history junkie (one of my many ex-majors!) I love a good book, being outdoors especially in beautiful places, traveling (obviously), and writing. You guys all have impeccable taste!!!
~Erin~
 
Re: Anything in common by emartin on 5 March 2003 6:40pm
 
I am also a history junkie (one of my many ex-majors!) I love a good book, being outdoors especially in beautiful places, traveling (obviously), and writing. You guys all have impeccable taste!!!
~Erin~
 
Re: Anything in common by Katie on 5 March 2003 8:40pm
 
I'm also a big history fan. I'm going back to school to be a history teacher. I love playing my guitar, as well. And my trumpet. Although most of my time is either spent at school, work or sleeping, I love reading and watching comedies.

I still find it amazing how much many of us have in common.:)

~katie~
 
Re: Anything in common by nottlob on 6 March 2003 3:16am
 
Hey. just wondering, what is the queen's last name??? I've been asking and no one's been able to reply at school...maybe I should ask a teacher, lol. Anyone like Steve Martin? I love his "shopgirl" book and cannot wait for the movie, lol. Can't wait for him to host the oscars, yay! I like...(the I like big butts song just came to mind) Well, has anyone seen the movie "The Importance of Being Earnest"? With Colin Firth, Rupert Everett, Reese Witherspoon and this other girl I can't remember (sorry)? *and Tom Wilkinson, hehe* I want to read it, I might go downtown to see if it's in tomorrow, I'll check online first of course... I liked..."The Full Monty", umm...I hate math, I absolutely cannot do it!
 
Re: Anything in common by Dreamchild on 6 March 2003 5:44am
 
nottlob,
I love full Monty..I hve liked about everything I have ever seen Robert Carlyle in,I am a huge history buff studie anything I can get my hands on,forgot to say this below but also be movie fan love old Montgomery Clift movies,Like all movies but exspeacil ones that make me cry or things with an off beat plot like Memento, Cube and such.
Beth
 
Re: Anything in common by nottlob on 6 March 2003 6:25am
 
I'm so glad someone else also liked the Full Monty! Everytime I try to say it, Monty Python comes out. Tom Wilkinson's my fav, haha. Gerald Arthur Cooper.
 
Re: Anything in common by Rusted on 6 March 2003 8:33am
 
Strange how history seems to be a common interest for many of us Palinites...

Not to mention that I've seen more George Harrison fans on here (my favorite Beatle as well) than almost any other website I've been on. LOL. Yay. What a wonderful soul he had.

I'm a big writer as well. I'm trying to mix that and history up by writing historical fiction, but we'll see what happens.

As for music, I used to play the flute (haven't picked it up in over 6mths, but I played 7 years before that) and I'm still playing the guitar (only 3 years on that, and it doesn't show!).
Almost all the music I listened to is by groups that first found their fame in the 60's or 70's. I'm kinda stuck in a rut that way, but that's the music I like the most. I like my music RAW REAL and LIVE if I can get it that way. ;O)

~Mary
 
Re: Anything in common by Katie on 6 March 2003 9:25am
 
Mary, I've had my guitar since high school, so I've had it at least 5 years now, and I can play some chords and figure some stuff out, and I still sound like a beginner. But it is relaxing to sit and strum away, so I don't care, hehe. I just make stuff up. As for my trumpet I've been playing for almost 13 years now. Needless to say, I'm a little better at that. That reminds me, I have a wedding to play at! Better practice.

Other folk: I loved The Full Monty, too. Robert Carlisle is awesome (has anyone seen him in "Ravenous"? Nobody's seen that except me and my mother!) and Tom Wilkinson is great.

Nottlob: The Queen's last name is Windsor ... like the castle.

~katie~
 
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