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Postby MaryTR52 » Thu Oct 05, 2006 2:11 am

Good one, admin :lol:

The Kite Runner is a great read. It gives a very human face to the whole Afghanistan situation, in particular the take-over by the Taliban and how it affected the ordinary citizens of Afghanistan.
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Postby Thomas » Thu Oct 05, 2006 6:13 am

PlayBoy even has some interesting art work. You young folks may not remember her but she's the first full grown woman I ever saw nakid. :wink: There is a famous calender picture which, sad to say, I cannot post here. :cry: It was hung in an outhouse, what a waste. :? What was in the outhouse, not the photo. :lol:


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Postby MurphyMobile » Thu Oct 05, 2006 10:23 am

admin wrote:Playboy has articles?


Of course the magazine has articles. Better than Hustler :twisted:

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Postby etowah » Thu Oct 12, 2006 10:28 pm

Started reading the Da Vinci Code, and enjoying it.
I'm only about 20% through it, but it looks like the author
may have a beef with the Catholic Church.
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Postby etowah » Thu Oct 12, 2006 10:29 pm

Thomas wrote:PlayBoy even has some interesting art work. You young folks may not remember her but she's the first full grown woman I ever saw nakid. :wink: There is a famous calender picture which, sad to say, I cannot post here. :cry: It was hung in an outhouse, what a waste. :? What was in the outhouse, not the photo. :lol:


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Marilyn Monroe. Sad story of a great beauty.
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Postby MurphyMobile » Fri Oct 13, 2006 4:41 pm

etowah wrote:Started reading the Da Vinci Code, and enjoying it.
I'm only about 20% through it, but it looks like the author
may have a beef with the Catholic Church.

etowah-
Be careful whom you tell that you are reading the The da Vinci Code :lol:
The Southern Baptist Churches had to have sermons regarding that book.

(One reason why I do not like mixing church and state.
Of course the holy rollers have to get their 2 cents worth in.)

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Postby WeBe » Fri Oct 13, 2006 7:46 pm

etowah wrote:Started reading the Da Vinci Code, and enjoying it.
I'm only about 20% through it, but it looks like the author
may have a beef with the Catholic Church.


LOL! Ya think?
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Postby MurphyMobile » Sat Oct 14, 2006 3:00 am

WeBe wrote:
etowah wrote:Started reading the Da Vinci Code, and enjoying it.
I'm only about 20% through it, but it looks like the author
may have a beef with the Catholic Church.


LOL! Ya think?


Around here it was the Sermon at all the churches in Asheville and surrounding areas. Especially in Haywood County!! :roll:

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Postby MurphyMobile » Sat Oct 14, 2006 3:16 am

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Postby etowah » Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:03 pm

MurphyMobile wrote:
etowah wrote:Started reading the Da Vinci Code, and enjoying it.
I'm only about 20% through it, but it looks like the author
may have a beef with the Catholic Church.

etowah-
Be careful whom you tell that you are reading the The da Vinci Code :lol:
The Southern Baptist Churches had to have sermons regarding that book.

(One reason why I do not like mixing church and state.
Of course the holy rollers have to get their 2 cents worth in.)

MM 8)


Good. I'll flaunt it :idea: 8)
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