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Eucalpytus P. Millstone

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  1. Funny stuff, cigarjoe! And the title of this best seller (to me) perfectly describes the raison d'être and modus vivendi of some "newbies" and cranky old-timers on the TCM Message Boards.
  2. I still have George Carlin Class Clown, which contains the track "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television." ". . . And 'T1ts' doesn't even belong on the list, y'know! It's such a friendly sounding word. Sounds like a nickname, right? 'Hey, T1ts! Come here, Man! Hey, T1ts! Hey! Hey, T1ts meet Toots! Toots, T1ts! Toots, T1ts, Man!' Sounds like a snack, doesn't it? Yes, I know . . . it is a snack, right? But, I don't mean your sexist snack! I mean, NEW NABISCO T1ts! And new Cheese T1ts! 'N Corn T1ts, 'n Pizza T1ts, 'n Sesame T1ts, Onion
  3. TomJH, thank you! More pix of beauteous Betty . . . Y'ever notice how actresses these days don't assume this expression (quite popular during The Silent Era), which seems, to me, to be erotica for nostril fetishists.
  4. (Ahem!) Excuse me? Did actresses take only "ONE GOOD PHOTO"? Last time I checked, this is the TCM Message Boards, not the Sepiatone Message Boards. We now return to our my regularly scheduled obsession. But first, my compliments to DawnM74 for her superb gallery of more than-pretty actresses. The portrait of Esther Ralston is, for me, potently breath-taking and swoon-inducing. Heretofore entirely unfamiliar with Ralston, I am now keen on seeing movies featuring "The American Venus." Hold onto your hat, Sepiatone! Here we gooooo (again)!
  5. The "online digital video subscription service" BritBox currently offers several adaptations of Shakespeare plays, including the 1983 BBC version of Macbeth starring Nicol Williamson as The Thane of Glamis and Cawdor.
  6. AMEN to that, Brother! A popular phrase during the turbulent and revolutionary 1960s: If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. A popular quote from Network (1976): "I'M MAD AS HELL AND NOT GONNA TAKE THIS ANYMORE!" Folks who strive to maintain a mental and emotional equilibrium and who don't like to dwell on "negativity" (to quote a sibling of mine) are part of the problem, IMO, and are why things are the way they are in America in particular and the world in general. "Healthy" is a relative and subjective term. Yeah, it's great for you if you are doi
  7. Marysara1, The way that I would get around the TCM Message Board prohibition of the title of that particular Tom 'n Jerry 'toon would be Touché, Pu$$ycat! Utterly ridiculous and childish censorship, IMO.
  8. Again, WRONG! YOU grok Shakespeare. Not everyone does! If footnotes are needed to help readers understand what they're reading . . . I rest my case.
  9. Yeah, you can prick it, but don't finger it. Elsewhere on the TCM Message Boards (in a message that seems to have vanished), (I think) sewhite2000 used the Latin preposition meaning "with." Fortunately and "thanks" to the right-minded (and -- dare I say -- dirty-minded), righteous, and morally upright TCM Message Board Language Police*, delicate readers were spared from exposure to the horrible profanity by that simple but impenetrable shield: **** Let us give them thanks and praise for preserving and protecting this blessed sanctum sanctorum -- this Grovers Corners -- where goo
  10. Sounds as though you don't discuss politics and politicians, eh? I agree. But, I suspect that most Americans would not have a problem understanding most of Williams' dialogue, even if they don't or never use some words in his plays. Show me one American today who exclusively communicates in Shakespearean English.
  11. Yeah, what is considered "questionable language" on the TCM Message Boards baffles me. Like for instance, "0rgasm," "0rgy," and Bugg3r are no-nos 'round here. Paging George Carlin with his Seven Dirty Words!
  12. I watched a fairly entertaining British murder-mystery-comedy, Murder on the Blackpool Express. A highlight was the inclusion of Day is Done by Nick Drake. Thank you again, Allhallowsday, for introducing me to Drake!
  13. What the heck does that mean?! If you've seen a movie, then it doesn't need to be shown on TCM?! So what should TCM show? Only movies that people haven't seen? Only movies that you think they should show?
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