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    Which version of The Italian Job? The proper one or that "remake"?
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    Originally posted by Weedpacket
    Which version of The Italian Job? The proper one or that "remake"?
    Give me some credit. Nothing can beat the original.

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    Two words. Jason Statham.

    He definitely beats the original, and it earned him a place in the elite Elizabeth's top 5.

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    Originally posted by Elizabeth
    Two words. Jason Statham.

    He definitely beats the original, and it earned him a place in the elite Elizabeth's top 5.
    Is that along with me, Stolzy and Dalecosp?

    Actually, where is Dale? I haven't seen him around for a while...

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    Originally posted by piersk
    Is that along with me, Stolzy and Dalecosp?

    Actually, where is Dale? I haven't seen him around for a while...
    Well, here I am. And I've been on /freenode#phpbuilder, but I noticed you said you'd quit that.

    Summertime, y'know...I've lots on the platter, and most of it's outside. Except work.

    And work. The more I talk here, the less $$ I bring in. I know have a little flashing red number that pops up whenever I open my intranet site and log in, and it keeps telling me to "work harder, play less, or when the bank starts charging interest in Jan '05, you'll be up to your eyeballs in debt...."

    Enough of that.

    I in no way expect to be on Elizabeth's top 5. I'm just honored to know her and speak to her when appropriate. If we both find time.

    That in no way means I hate Piersk, either. Life's funny, eh?

    [edit]What changed? Ex-g/f? "I'm sorry?" or "I'm glad you got that straight?"[/edit]

    Should I rent "the Italian Job" and become more culturally enlightened?
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    Originally posted by Elizabeth
    Two words. Jason Statham.

    He definitely beats the original, and it earned him a place in the elite Elizabeth's top 5.
    Heheh.. He's got to be one of my favorite actors (definately gotta see Snatch).
    I happened to love the remake.


    Dale, definately go rent it.. well worth the watch.
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    Originally posted by Mordecai
    Heheh.. He's got to be one of my favorite actors (definately gotta see Snatch).
    Loved him in Snatch and The Transporter too. Ghosts of Mars I could have lived without


    Originally posted by piersk
    Is that along with me, Stolzy and Dalecosp?
    Piers, now, do we have to go over the rules yet again? You guys are real, normal (albeit that's debatable) guys that I actually know. Unfortunately you cannot be included in the top 5. No matter how hot you all may be.

    Originally posted by dalecosp
    The more I talk here, the less $$ I bring in.
    Ah yes, but the nice thing is you can write it off as 'education expense' - I know I've learned a lot since I began coming here (some things perhaps I could have lived my whole life without knowing) but educational nonetheless.

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    Originally posted by Elizabeth
    Loved him in... The Transporter too.
    That movie was totally awesome, as well.

    I attribute that mostly to Luc Besson, though.

    Watched it one time (Easter, in fact) and had the DVD the next day.. so.. yeah.
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    Originally posted by Elizabeth
    Ah yes, but the nice thing is you can write it off as 'education expense'
    Ah, I wish. As in, I wish I was done with my taxes.

    This year I even filed an extension (1st ever) and I still don't know that I'm close to being done.

    Can you spell "middle age crisis"???
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    Originally posted by dalecosp
    Can you spell "middle age crisis"???
    This is a text bulletin board, you just spelled it out. Jeez!


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    Go buy a porsche.
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    aww im too young to have a middle age crisis so if you dont like the porsche just send it via fedex to me
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    Or see if you can get your hands on a Ferrari Enzo
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    ROFL...

    Of course, it's actually called "mid-life crisis" by most; also, it's probably a crock.

    As for Porsche vs. Ferrari, I often barely has gas $$ for the Ford; plus (maybe Mordecai knows) there's no dealership nearby... KC, maybe? Not too far ...

    Of course, for less money I could probably live out that "geek's dream" from Office Space ... although I guess it might not last as long ....

    And why ruin a perfectly good relationship....

    Whatever, I do thank you for your support....
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    Come to Canada, dale, we have cheaper gas (and cheaper cars and computers)
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    Originally posted by dalecosp
    As for Porsche vs. Ferrari, I often barely has gas $$ for the Ford; plus (maybe Mordecai knows) there's no dealership nearby... KC, maybe? Not too far ...
    Well, we've got MotorCars here in Springfield, they've got a couple Ferraris and Lamborghinis and stuff like that. They even have a Bentley in stock now (w00t!).

    So.. yeah.
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