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MoJoRiSin 11-09-2011 12:38 AM

smart, nice (those children who when very young do not make eye contact or play with others so much .... too busy figuring everything out! :)
these days those children are practically lables
special needs!!
....good husbands, good fathers.... especially to daughters

brightpearl 11-09-2011 12:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bman (Post 429534)
I have to write a bio for myself an upcoming performance and I HAT writing those. Can you write one for me?

Born in 1883 as the youngest son of itinerant clamdiggers, Bman learned to enjoy linguine con le vongole from an early age. As a child, he often frolicked with the walruses, making them jaunty hats out of kelp and discarded milk jugs. The otters were jealous and plotted an assassination attempt in the spring of his 10th year; although it did not succeed, he retains the jagged scar curving starboard above his left ear to this day. His brothers and sisters craved his company and the amusing traditional Cantonese operas he would compose and puppeteer himself. Although he did well in school, he was frequently bored, and his record was marred in his sophomore year by a poorly described incident involving the infamous Albuquerque Salisbury steak protests.

With the modest sum he had saved from an early business as an aardvark impressionist, Bman funded a trip to Paris to further his classical education in ballet. Spending his days dancing and his nights listening to experimental Tyrolean Pan flute maslenitza carols, he soon resolved never to leave. He was an imposing figure, rarely seen without his riding crop and otter tooth necklace. However, during a torrid love affair with Josephine Baker he revealed that he prefers kiwi fruit to bananas. She struck him repeatedly in the ankles with a first edition of The Etheric Double and Allied Phenomena, by Arthur Powell. The injury and subsequent heartbreak drove him back home, to our benefit.

Despite his advanced age and debilitating involuntary cringing disorder, he can serve a four course meal in three courses, holds the world record for speed rose gardening, and can solve quadratic equations in six languages. None of these skills can hold a candle to his impending performance tonight. Please join me in welcoming....

Mr. Bman!

MoJoRiSin 11-10-2011 02:19 AM

^^ obviously mo answered the question from the OTHER day...
((i am fairly embarrassed)) :o

MoJoRiSin 11-10-2011 09:52 AM

^^ :D :D :D

Bman 11-11-2011 04:47 PM

^Both are uncanny especially in regards to labels, walruses and jaunty hats, I will never write another bio again.

zero 12-04-2011 05:42 PM



¿when was the last time you... watched tv? ... ehh, i mean..
like..PHYSICAL: television set; you PLANTED your CHUBBY ARSE
in front of the set.......?




.

brightpearl 12-04-2011 09:25 PM

I watched part of Rachael Ray the other morning, where Mario Batali made a robust-looking jalapeno pesto.

Our TV (admittedly mostly for gaming and netflix) is that new-fangled ridiculously high definition, so I got heartburn.

Frieda 12-06-2011 07:38 PM

i'm watching tv right now

MoJoRiSin 12-06-2011 11:28 PM

i have not had a show that i sat down regularly to watch
since i dream of jeanie
i watched the DVDs of the sopranos and
with my husband
we basically watched on show a night right through all the episodes
not sure if i enjoyed it or not
later when i was sick i watche big love
more or less went right through all the seasons
in a few days mostly i did it because
i love Tom Hanks :)
other than that, no real tv whatsoever
i have sent a lot of money to the cable provider
throughout the years
though

Coffee 12-07-2011 02:10 PM

Actual TV set?
Not in a couple years...don't even own one.
I only watch Netflix and that doesn't even carry current shows.
Last TV series I watched was the complete SOAP series from the 70's(?) What a fabulous show btw.

Brynn 12-08-2011 08:24 PM

I watch a lot of TV. Hours and hours and hours of it sometimes. With snacks, weed and a snuggie. And a cat. It's wonderful. Sometimes I fall asleep watching it. It's replaced almost all of my most meaningful relationships.

xfox 12-08-2011 08:31 PM

^i would if I didn't have a full time job! TIVO is great for Curb.

Bman 12-10-2011 12:22 AM

^Brynn should open a spa, this sounds fantastic

YsaPur EsChomuw 12-12-2011 03:33 PM

I like that post, thanks, zero.

I never watched too much TV. Now I watch it with irregular frequency, at about once in two months. I hate ads. I think it will be those that will eventually put me off the internet, too.

Brynn 12-12-2011 06:39 PM

^ That's what TiVo's for!

I watch a lot right now since I'm employed by a television-watching company of a dubious nature that doesn't exist.


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