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RICH'S MADE-UP TCM GENERAL DISCUSSION POLLS


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Actually dark, now that I'm lookin' at that picture again, I THINK I'm actually seein' George Nader with HIS right hand in some "strategically located position" there...

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And which NOW leads me to believe that maybe it's actually GEORGE puttin' that little smile on Claudia's face!!!

 

(...strange...I'd heard Claudia wasn't his type!)

That's George Hamilton?  :o Yipes. I wonder where he learned to fight on his knees?

 

Does the face on that monster look to anyone else like Popeye's Jeep? Just me? Okay.

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That's George Hamilton?  :o Yipes. I wonder where he learned to fight on his knees?

 

Does the face on that monster look to anyone else like Popeye's Jeep? Just me? Okay.

That's George Nader, at the nadir of his career.

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Actually dark, now that I'm lookin' at that picture again, I THINK I'm actually seein' George Nader with HIS right hand in some "strategically located position" there...

 

And which NOW leads me to believe that maybe it's actually GEORGE puttin' that little smile on Claudia's face!!!

 

 

The expression on his face tells me he's not real happy about where his hands are.

 

But at least he's in a familiar position for him - on his knees - so it's not too difficult an acting job.

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Oh, I'm not either. E pluribus unum is about my speed, but the

internet has translation sites where you can plug in something

in English and get a translation back.

 

This is better known in the orginal English--Free your mind and

your *** will follow (my friends) via George Clinton. I'm guessing

that the Latin is closer to free yourself and your *** will follow

your mind. Yes, it does lose something in the translation. :rolleyes:

 

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A s s is still on the list of bad words? C'mon, get hip on the mothership!

I believe "E Pluribus Unum" means "One Nation under a groove"

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Sequar te, et asinus tuus animus, amici mei.

 

I will follow you, your mind and your, ahem, donkey, my friends. 

 

Or not.

 

Ex machina Googleus.  :D

 

 

 

LOL.

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Oh, I'm not either. E pluribus unum is about my speed, but the

internet has translation sites where you can plug in something

in English and get a translation back.

 

This is better known in the orginal English--Free your mind and

your *** will follow (my friends) via George Clinton. I'm guessing

that the Latin is closer to free yourself and your *** will follow

your mind. Yes, it does lose something in the translation. :rolleyes:

 

georgeandbootsy.jpg

A s s is still on the list of bad words? C'mon, get hip on the mothership!

 

 

 

LOL. A bit! :D

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And who says "Latin is a dead language", huh?!

 

(...evidently not some o' YOU folks around here anyway!)

 

My beloved Latin professor, Dr. Damico, used to say, "Latin is not dead; it's only horribly wounded."

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