15 thoughts on “it’s hot.

  • 7/27/2005 at 2:32 pm

    hey, i posted just for you to argue with me. Go argue!

  • 7/27/2005 at 5:52 pm

    Let’s all take notice, that not only are these guys obviously rednecks, but that guy’s beer cooler is CAMO couloured.

    I think I KNOW those guys…

  • 7/27/2005 at 6:57 pm

    I like how Sander, the anti-anglophile, spells “colored” with not only one pair of “ou”, but two. Are you trying to be extra British today?

    Also, isn’t Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman from Britain?

  • 7/27/2005 at 7:55 pm

    I was talking to mike as I wrote that, and my brain can only handle about 1.5 tasks at a time before I accidentally light something on fire.

    Yes, Jane Seymour is from the UK. This is one of the things I listed under reasons Britain might NOT beat.
    Dr. Quinn was far from her best performance. Have you seen Live and Let Die?

    Britain still bites

  • 7/27/2005 at 11:32 pm

    I have seen Live and Let Die, many many times. And yes, Solitaire is hotttttt. I saw on the internet a few years ago the outtakes from the “Bond runs across the alligators’ backs” scene. Those were real alligators, and some of those outtakes were seriously ill. Wow.

    I haven’t seen Jane Seymour in any other hot role though. One shot wonder?

  • 7/28/2005 at 6:22 am

    Alright, Sander, what’s your beef with the UK? I’m interested, seriously.

    I’m also almost 220% sure I’ll come to regret asking.

  • 7/28/2005 at 11:11 am

    Jane Seymour is hot in everything. Have you seen Wedding Crashers? Oh, man. She’s like 50 now, but still gorgeous. And I do love the British accent on women.

    Here’s the link to a short description on why the UK isn’t OK with SVT.


    However, I worked with a guy from our Australia branch who was visiting, and he was cool as hell. I think Australia is to Britain as Maine is to the rest of the US. Take that how you will…

    My judgement rules, get with it or get off the crazy train.

  • 7/28/2005 at 12:10 pm

    Speaking up for the brits: I always says Cheers, it’s fab.

    The only time I use poor grammar (i.e. american way) is in html. Just because you invented the internet, that sucks.

    Australia is to Brits as Maine is to the USA.

  • 7/28/2005 at 3:52 pm

    I few more SAT analogies that I picked up down under.

    New Zealand is to Australia what Canada is to the USA.

    Tasmania is to Australia what Arkansas is to the USA.

    Doesn’t Jane Seymour have mismatched eyes, color-wise?

    (I’ll google for pterodactyls with cymbals, but not this nugget of info)

  • 7/28/2005 at 6:05 pm

    Yes, she does have differently colored eyes. Which just makes her that much more awesome.

    1. Fab is a word that should only be sanctioned for use by people in Provincetown, Massachusetts, only during days when the sun turns bright pink, and you can hear dogs barking with a lisp.
    2. Fab is almost fad (both in spelling and meaning) and I hate them both. Saying “cheers” is right up there with watching anime. Here in America, we say “later” or “cya” damnit. Or, if you’re looking for a good-natured versatile interjection, try “sweet” or even “cool beans.” Leave those lame words to the crook-toothed people named “Nigel” accross the pond.

    Why are we still talking about Jane Seymour?
    And “anglo” should apply to more than just British stuff.
    Germanic Anglo-Saxons (we get a lot of our language from German, in case you haven’t noticed any similarities) hit up the UK, but then everybody else got with the times, while England stayed fairly isolated, stubbornly continuing to drink tea, make their guards wear stupid hats, and drive on the left side of the damn road, while the rest of the anglo (“white”) world progressed towards the fairly rocking nations we make up respectively today.

    Also, Jack the Ripper was no big deal. Stop talking about him, Discovery Channel. He killed 5 prostitutes (on record anyway). Bundy killed like 19. USA! USA!

    Didn’t England just adopt a bunch of crazy new anti-terror laws? Like our disfigured little brother, copying our idiocies.

  • 7/28/2005 at 6:47 pm

    “Why are we still talking about Jane Seymour?”

    Are you complaining?

    I can bring up VUIG again…

  • 7/28/2005 at 9:11 pm


    Yeah, Jane is good stuff. VUIG just sounds like a robot or something.


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