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    in the lead-up to that live action Aladdin movie all the attention was
    on the genie/Will Smith, but putting him aside I find it weird how the
    guy playing Aladdin looks to be in his 30s (actor is actually 28).

    Imagine the inconvenience of being a street urchin who needs to shave
    every day.

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    j'read in the news about the astronaut who may have inappropriately
    accessed someone else's computer stuff while on the space station?

    Local-based sex hookup ads must be strange when you're in orbit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    Local-based sex hookup ads must be strange when you're in orbit.
    "horny hal will open pod bay doors, no strings attached ....."
    "i know enough to know what's instantly forgettable"

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    ^ 2001 Space Odyssey theme is one of those instances where I will
    always associate it with something other than the movie it is from,
    namely the Danger Mouse episode: Close Encounters of the Absurd Kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    j'read in the news about the astronaut who may have inappropriately
    accessed someone else's computer stuff while on the space station?
    When and if verified, prosecuted and convicted, this will be the first Official Crime in Space.

    She will be famous for centuries if not millennia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BondJmsBond View Post
    the first Official Crime in Space.
    i guess nobody's counting those estimated 129 million bits of space trash we've put up there as littering

    "i know enough to know what's instantly forgettable"

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    perhaps some sort of giant space vacuum-cleaner is in order.

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    The son of a friend came back from holidays in Florida and he said that only the cornflakes area in a supermarket is bigger as the whole supermarket here in Germany.
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    To our United Kingdom members, I'm sorry to hear what happened to your Democracy.

    Parliament suspension: Queen approves PM's plan.

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    got some old Doctor Who paperback novels, including such classic
    stories as Tomb of the Cybermen and The Talons of Weng Chiang.

    *raised eyebrows knowing look to those who recognise the stories*

    Anyway, I was looking online and they only sell for average paperback
    prices (rarely more than $10) when I spied someone selling hardback
    versions of the same books and people were buying them for $100+,
    each. Each. Barely much bigger than the paperback versions and with
    not particularly attractive cover art.

    I am hard-pressed to think of a single novel I have read, which I
    would buy for such a price.

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