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The Aussie Canuck 
"Australian, Canadian Drama Doctor."

Canada

Posted - 07/11/2004 :  16:29:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
bear hunting is less painful.

Hamlet or M*cbeth?

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Stalean 
"Back...OMG"

United States

Posted - 07/11/2004 :  17:05:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hamlet Macbeth (this is like asking me to pull my own toenails out )

Polonius or Corambis?


Edited by - Stalean on 07/11/2004 17:12:21
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The Aussie Canuck 
"Australian, Canadian Drama Doctor."

Canada

Posted - 07/11/2004 :  17:15:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
NICE!

At last! A question just for us nerds!

Thankyou StaLean.

Corambis, because there's no mystery to Polonius. I love that this suggests to us that there's a whole other play that was performed, just not written down, and eventually it evolved into the 'Hamlet' we know. Brilliant question!

Arden Shakespeare or New Cambridge or [other]?


Edited by - The Aussie Canuck on 07/11/2004 17:15:56
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Little Old Lady from Dubuque 

Dubuque, Iowa, USA

Posted - 08/11/2004 :  14:32:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Arden Shakespeare or New Cambridge or [other]?

[other] Cliff Notes!

So ... Cliff Notes or Cliff Diving or Cliff Huxtibule (a.k.a. Cosby)?

Edited by - Little Old Lady from Dubuque on 08/11/2004 18:07:29
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rri1 
"Mistaken for Wayne Knight!"

USA

Posted - 08/11/2004 :  18:56:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am not crazy enough to cliff dive. And I got good grades, so I didn't read Cliffs Notes. So I'll go with Cliff Huxtable.

It's Cliffs Notes, BTW



Jump off a cliff or Take a long walk off a short pier?


Edited by - rri1 on 08/11/2004 18:57:15
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The Aussie Canuck 
"Australian, Canadian Drama Doctor."

Canada

Posted - 08/11/2004 :  19:34:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Long walk off a short pier. If it's so short, it's close to land, and if you can swim, what's the problem?

No Doubt or Gwen Stefani solo?

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Little Old Lady from Dubuque 

Dubuque, Iowa, USA

Posted - 08/11/2004 :  21:27:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If I have to choose, then Gwen ... but neither is a favorite.

OK ...

Elvis or Beatles?

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The Aussie Canuck 
"Australian, Canadian Drama Doctor."

Canada

Posted - 08/11/2004 :  21:30:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Beatles, if only for Eleanor Rigby and Let it Be.

Snowing where you are: yes or no?
(me? first snow of the season today.)

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Little Old Lady from Dubuque 

Dubuque, Iowa, USA

Posted - 08/11/2004 :  21:45:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Gray, but no snow yet in Iowa ...

So, better season? Fall, winter, spring, summer?

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Stalean 
"Back...OMG"

United States

Posted - 08/11/2004 :  23:00:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Spring...everything is turning green, flowers are blooming, gardens growing. Ahh! longing for spring.


Flower or vegetable gardens?

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Corduroy Pillow 
"It's a punderful life"

Canada

Posted - 09/11/2004 :  01:56:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Vegetable (more useful).

Strindberg or Ibsen

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The Aussie Canuck 
"Australian, Canadian Drama Doctor."

Canada

Posted - 09/11/2004 :  02:35:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ibsen. A little more ennui, a little less obtuse.

Shrek or Shrek 2?

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Corduroy Pillow 
"It's a punderful life"

Canada

Posted - 09/11/2004 :  04:31:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Shrek

Aristophanes or Aristocats

Nice choice on Ibsen (more universally relevant methinks). Was starting to question your taste after the Summer Olympics pick. Wouldn't them summer sports all be a sheol of a lot more entertaining on ice? Imagine the marathon. Or diving!


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lemmycaution 
"Long mired in film"

Canada

Posted - 09/11/2004 :  04:38:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Aristophanes

Didn't Hitch film 'The Birds'?

Deep dish or thin crust?

Screw culture, I'm hungry.

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thefoxboy 
"Four your eyes only."

Eastern Suburbs, Melbourne, Australia

Posted - 09/11/2004 :  04:54:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Deep Dish

Burger with....

Cheese or No Cheese

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