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Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by lindsey on 20 November 2005 8:50pm
 
Ok. I have to admit that Michael still has it. I think he's still hansome-eventhough he's old enough to be my grandfather.Nevertheless, he looks amazing for his age. And if I were around in the 60s and 70s, I'd probably have the hots for him.
 
Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by tucsonmike on 20 November 2005 10:32pm
 
Lind, hmmm. Good thing you said if. In the U.S. this would be seen as borderline "stalking a star." Don't want Gavin DeBecker after you.
 
Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by lindsey on 21 November 2005 2:26am
 
It's not stalking. It's a compliment or it's intended to be a compliment
 
Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by jaime on 21 November 2005 4:19am
 
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Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by tucsonmike on 21 November 2005 5:38am
 
Well I sort of said it tongue in cheek. Not quite sure how Mr. P will take it.
 
Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by simon1287 on 21 November 2005 3:45pm
 
Go to http://www.canaveralgumby.com/palinUNofficial/in_desrt.html and see the third question from the bottom of the page.
 
Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by lindsey on 21 November 2005 10:11pm
 
It said he's very pleased to be thought as sexy by anyone. But kind of weird. Thanks Simon!

Hey Jaime-you're not alone about the dead guy thing either.
 
Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by bandgeek512 on 23 November 2005 3:02am
 
I think what draws me in about Mr. Palin is his sense of humor. I've grown up watching him on Monty Python, so I've picked up a few characteristics of his comedic qualities. I quite enjoy Graham Chapman's humor, as well--brillian man.

There's something--I don't know--comforting about watching him on television or reading his books. I've always used humor as a means of showing affection, or general emotion, and I associate much of my humor with, to sum it all up, two people: my dad, of course, and Michael Palin.

I can't quite explain what it is that causes me to admire this man so much; all I can say is that he's, as some may say, my hero. That's word with connotative meaning there, but it is the best way I know to describe it. Every time my father would be upset or would need cheering up, he would "pop" in a Monty Python. When that took place, I knew we were going to sit and be together and laugh as much as we could.

I suppose that sort of explains my attachment to Mr. Palin. I always saw him on the screen and associated him with the definition of humor.

I'm not sure if that made sense...

Now, the fact that Mr. Palin would have made me stop and stare with my mouth wide open if I were to see him back in his Monty Python days is just a plus, I suppose. :-P I get mocked for admiring him; my mother tells me that I only like him because he was good looking in the sketches I watch.

Be that as it may, I still am pulled in by his humor.
 
Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by jaime on 23 November 2005 3:11am
 
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Re: Is this flattering or straight up perverted? by bandgeek512 on 23 November 2005 3:20am
 
Oh, there is no doubt in my mind that Mr. Palin looks good now. It's eerie, almost. I remember looking him up on the internet to find out more about him and being taken by complete surprise on how remarkably ***good*** he looks--said the seventeen year old girl. :-P

lol my mom...adorable is a word for it.

She says, and I quote, "Monty Python is stupid,". I did get her to say hello to Mr. Palin in the video that I sent him. I also told her to tell him how cool he was. She did so by saying, "You sure are cool, Michael Palin," and then rolled her eyes ever so slightly.
 
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