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Posted on 12/28/2003 1:42:55 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs

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1 posted on 12/28/2003 1:42:55 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs
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To: BigWaveBetty; Hillary's Lovely Legs; mountaineer; Timeout; ClancyJ; BlessedAmerican; ...
As this year comes to an end, and a new year begins, may will all take time out, to count our blessings and give to those who are less fortunate.
2 posted on 12/28/2003 1:45:14 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Dean, a constant critic of the war now left looking like a monkey whose organ grinder had run away.)
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To: mountaineer

3 posted on 12/28/2003 1:58:43 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Dean, a constant critic of the war now left looking like a monkey whose organ grinder had run away.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
that guy's shirt is priceless - and it's not even photoshopped, it's the real thing! Here's a thread about it.
4 posted on 12/28/2003 6:07:22 PM PST by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer; Oystir
Guess which goofballs got new scarves for Christmas?


5 posted on 12/28/2003 8:14:53 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Dean, a constant critic of the war now left looking like a monkey whose organ grinder had run away.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
And the scarves are even color coordinated. Yikes.
6 posted on 12/28/2003 8:49:22 PM PST by Utah Girl
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs; Utah Girl
I am just so sick of these two.
7 posted on 12/29/2003 4:16:10 AM PST by Iowa Granny
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Who does that? Who actually goes out in public without a coat, but with a wool scarf tossed jauntily about the neck, and seriously thinks it looks stylish?
8 posted on 12/29/2003 7:18:17 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: All
Howard Dean's true colors (lest anyone wondered) are shown:

Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean wants to improve the nation's cities by putting $100 billion toward creating a million jobs, increasing the federal minimum wage to $7 an hour, and providing credit for urban businesses. ...

His plan would set up a national fund to provide a permanent source of funding to build, rehabilitate and preserve affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families, and double the amount for the Community Development Block Grant program to $10 billion. full story

Gee, I wonder where he plans to get the money for these programs?

Maybe we can use Saddam's stash:

BEIRUT, Lebanon -- Saddam Hussein has acknowledged depositing billions of dollars abroad before his ouster and has given interrogators the names of people who know where the money is, a member of the Iraqi Governing Council said in remarks published Monday. The U.S.-appointed council estimates that the Iraqi dictator seized $40 billion while in power and is now searching for that amount deposited in Switzerland, Japan, Germany and other countries, Iyad Allawi told the London-based Arab newspapers Al-Hayat and Asharq al-Awsat. rest of story

9 posted on 12/29/2003 7:25:42 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
Question:Who does that? Who actually goes out in public without a coat, but with a wool scarf tossed jauntily about the neck, and seriously thinks it looks stylish?

Answer: The Clinton-Clods

10 posted on 12/29/2003 7:29:10 AM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Dean, a constant critic of the war now left looking like a monkey whose organ grinder had run away.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
And they are somewhat color coordinated, too...shades of brown, maybe Naomi Wolfe helped them out, lol.

My pervase thought was if they got mad at each other, they could choke each other in mere moments, maybe before the SS agents could stop them...

11 posted on 12/29/2003 8:48:29 AM PST by daisyscarlett
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To: Endeavor
From last thread: How's it going with daughter and sil and granddaughter visit?

We had a wonderful visit! We had them over for three of the seven days they were here.

SIL was no problem, as long as no politics are discussed. I did enjoy watching her fume at Thanksgiving as we watched the coverage of President Bush's visit with the troops though. :-) I didn't say a word but that BIG grin on my face certainly said it all.

Poor SIL, remember... as if President Bush wasn't enough of a thorn in her side, we live in FL and our gov is Jeb Bush. *more big grinning*

12 posted on 12/29/2003 8:49:28 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: mountaineer
Chels (sans Ian?) did not wear a scarf. Perhaps living and working in Manhattan she has become more fashion conscious?
13 posted on 12/29/2003 8:50:16 AM PST by daisyscarlett
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To: mountaineer
Your post from the last thread about Dean's schooling on policy... Here's a story about him getting advise from Mad Maddy Albright.

Democrats schooling Dean on foreign policy

When Dean decided he wanted an extensive tutorial on foreign policy in August, his advisers arranged a six-hour seminar at a hotel outside Washington, featuring a private class on Iraq and other areas of the Middle East from Madeleine K. Albright, former secretary of state.

Could Maddy have been the nudge to make Dean say that theory of GWB knowing about 9/11 before it happened was interesting? If she's crazy enough to believe the Bush Administration was holding OBL to use for the next election she's crazy enough to believe GWB knew about 9/11.

How did we survive these dangerous loons?

Speaking of dangerous loons... This is a Byron York piece on George Soros.

14 posted on 12/29/2003 9:13:32 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: daisyscarlett
Nope, no Clinton backing of Clark to deflate Dean going on in this nomination process!

Clark's New TV Ad Features Bill Clinton

The clip is only a few seconds and shows Clinton walking from a podium at the White House to place the Presidential Medal of Freedom over Clark's head, honoring his fellow Arkansan for his work in Kosovo as NATO (news - web sites) supreme allied commander.

15 posted on 12/29/2003 9:19:59 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Thanks for all the donation info. It's been a year since my last surgery so I can now donate blood. I'm glad you reminded me about bone marrow donation, need to make an appt. for that.

Please let everyone know why organ donation is on your mind lately.

16 posted on 12/29/2003 9:24:55 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: daisyscarlett
Where did you see Chelsea? I was looking in the photos and couldn't find her.
17 posted on 12/29/2003 10:04:01 AM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Dean, a constant critic of the war now left looking like a monkey whose organ grinder had run away.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
For next year's gift list:

A great addition to any shopping list. Plant the seeds, add a little water, place chia pet deep down in a spider hole and months later your chia pet is ready for negotiations.

'Pop Goes The Weasel'. Each time you wiggle his head, it is like he is surrendering over and over

18 posted on 12/29/2003 10:27:41 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: BigWaveBetty; Hillary's Lovely Legs; mountaineer; Timeout; lodwick; *GUILD
Hey everyone. Gosh Betty, those Chia pets are scarey and very funny.

Seems the botox isn't working. Where is Chelsea these days?

19 posted on 12/29/2003 10:47:06 AM PST by Teacup (Merry Christmas and Happy New Year)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs

Check this picture out. Chelsea, Bubba and the witch are in there some where. It's hard to tell.

20 posted on 12/29/2003 10:50:20 AM PST by Teacup (Merry Christmas and Happy New Year)
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To: Teacup
Yo! Sup T? A little instant message lingo fer ya.

I had a hard time picking out the Chelz from all the muppets.

That Brokennewz.com is a hoot. Example:

After my loss in 2000, I was so despondent, I tried suicide . . . but, since I drive an electric car, I just got really dehydrated.
~ Al Gore

21 posted on 12/29/2003 11:07:40 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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Apparently we're in the wrong business. It pays very well to be a feckless UN weapons inspector.

Stockholm - Former chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix was named the winner of the $50 000 Olof Palme Prize on Monday for his work in trying to stem the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

"He has under circumstances of strong external pressure demonstrated an independence and a commitment to principle which have inspired respect and admiration throughout the world," the Olof Palme Memorial Fund for International Understanding and Common Security said.

The award is endowed by the family of the slain Swedish prime minister and the governing Social Democratic Party. The memorial fund board, which chooses recipients, said Blix "worked throughout his life for the benefit of international law, peace, and the United Nations". Link

22 posted on 12/29/2003 11:18:29 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: BigWaveBetty
Hey!!! BWB, how ya doing? I'm doing just fine. (In my Budwiser cowboy voice).

Yes, poor Chelsea. She does look like a muppet.

" I just got really dehydrated." That is too funny.

23 posted on 12/29/2003 11:25:00 AM PST by Teacup (Merry Christmas and Happy New Year)
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To: Teacup
I'm being sooo lazy today.

Hope you and Mr. T and the kids had a great Christmas. Big parties going on up there to ring in the new year? I'm staying home with my sweetie and a magnum of some bubbly this year. That is unless the sweetie tells me there's a party he's RSVPed and forgot to tell me (it's been known to happen).

24 posted on 12/29/2003 11:33:55 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: BigWaveBetty; Teacup
Whew, running errands today, but now I can sit down to catch my breath. Nice to see you, T - hope all the kiddos and doggies are fine. We're not planning any new year's eve partying either, BWB, but after the holiday we're heading to Miami (thank goodness for rich, generous friends with condos).

You're right, Chelsea was lost in a sea of Muppet-like creatures, but I always thought Hillary resembled a certain well-known porcine Muppet:

The presidency in 2008, it's all I want, Kermie.

25 posted on 12/29/2003 12:40:05 PM PST by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
....

Like mother like pig, er daughter.

Look at Bill's head... Is that where the expression "toe head" came from?

Pick me up on the way down to your rich friend's house in Miami!! ;-)

26 posted on 12/29/2003 1:02:03 PM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Gee, I hope you had a chance to soak up his cosmic aura:

(Detroit, December 29, 2003, 7:44 a.m.) Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean will be in Michigan today to talk about jobs. He'll be unveiling his initiative to strengthen the nation's cities. He's planning to make an afternoon campaign stop in downtown Detroit.

Dean says he wants to help put people back to work by creating a $100 billion "fund to restore America." The fund would be aimed at adding at least a million jobs in the first two years it is in place. source

There's that $100 billion - out of the pockets of us poor ol' taxpayers - with no explanation as to how this program is going to do what Howie advertises.

27 posted on 12/29/2003 1:02:19 PM PST by mountaineer
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To: BigWaveBetty
Hans Blix was named the winner of the $50 000 Olof Palme Prize on Monday for his work in trying to stem the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

"He has under circumstances of strong external pressure demonstrated an independence and a commitment to principle which have inspired respect and admiration throughout the world...

Gag me! Note, in typical lib fashion, it doesn't say Blix actually accomplished anything. He "demonstrated an independence and a commitment to principle...". HE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE FINDING WMD'S, YOU IDIOTS! It IS a wonder the world survived these twits.

28 posted on 12/29/2003 2:58:36 PM PST by Timeout
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To: BigWaveBetty
Yeeeaaaa! Best of the Web's back today! I thought he was gone until after the new year.
29 posted on 12/29/2003 3:17:17 PM PST by Timeout
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To: mountaineer
I've seen a cow or two sporting that look (the coatless scarf) on reeeeallly cold days here. Perhaps its something Hilly started way back when she used to be from Illinois and our cows just picked up on it. (grin)
30 posted on 12/29/2003 3:51:09 PM PST by Endeavor
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To: mountaineer
The dems have been fighting the war on poverty for 40 years with no success and Dean thinks we're gonna allow him to tax us for this kind of spending on a philosophy which is dead in the water?

I wish he'd shut up so he wins the nomination because we will kill him in the General.
31 posted on 12/29/2003 3:57:23 PM PST by Endeavor
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To: Timeout
I said the same thing when it came to my inbox today! :-)

Hardball... this is so much fun, watching the dems yelling at each other over Dean. hehehe! Looks like Dean's poll numbers are up all over...OK - AZ - SC - WI - GA Link

32 posted on 12/29/2003 4:45:09 PM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: BigWaveBetty
Pubmom renames the Olof Palme prize the Gutless Turd Award, and yes, Hans is the most appropriate recipient I can think of.:)
33 posted on 12/29/2003 5:15:04 PM PST by pubmom
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To: BigWaveBetty
Boy, the dems were really b-slapping each other on Hardball, weren't they?! Never thought I'd see the day I'd agree with Peter Finn on anything.

I don't want to get overconfident, but it looks to be setting up as a very interesting election year...just the way the Toons planned it.
34 posted on 12/29/2003 5:28:36 PM PST by Timeout
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To: pubmom
I like the way you think.
35 posted on 12/29/2003 5:44:45 PM PST by BigWaveBetty (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!)
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To: Timeout
These dems are makin' it really hard to not be over confident. Will there be a Sat. Night Live skit depicting this?

Sen. John Kerry "suddenly began dropping his g's" last week "as he sought to project a common touch during his 'Fighting for Working Americans' tour across Iowa," the Boston Globe reports:

.... He spoke of "goin' deer huntin' " and "goin' to war as a last resort," while "runnin' down the list" of President Bush's budget mistakes that had led to "cuttin' cops" and "shuttin' firehouses."

"If we're gonna make America fair, we gotta get somebody in there who understands what you folks are doin' every day," Kerry said of next year's presidential election. "We gotta get somebody in there who understands what it means to be a workin' person in America." BestoftheWeb

On Hardball, I know Hitchens is a socialist but I so enjoy it when he gives his opinion of democrats. What was one of the things he called Dean, not human? lol

36 posted on 12/29/2003 6:12:36 PM PST by BigWaveBetty (What the world needs now - is a cheese popsicle.)
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To: BigWaveBetty
Nothing like trying to be someone you're not, was Kerry wearing a flannel shirt and a baseball cap while giving that "gem" of a speech?

Lookie here, Michael Jackson's spokeman has run away after last night's disaster. Pop Star Michael Jackson's Spokesman Resigns

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Michael Jackson (news)'s chief spokesman resigned on Monday, citing "strategic differences" with other members of the embattled pop star's team over the handling of child molestation charges.

Stuart Backerman stepped down a day after CBS News broadcast an interview with Jackson in which the onetime "King of Pop" said he still saw nothing wrong with sleeping with children and claimed to have been mistreated by police.

"I resigned today over strategic differences with the way things are going," Backerman told Reuters in an interview. He declined to elaborate on those differences. "The one thing I will say is that I love Michael Jackson and his fans."

Backerman said he had no firm plans for the future and did not know who would replace him as spokesman for the 45-year-old entertainer, who was charged less than two weeks ago with nine counts of child molestation.

Jackson is being represented in that case by high-profile Los Angeles lawyer Mark Geragos, who sat in on the CBS interview and in one case prevented his client from answering a question from TV personality Ed Bradley.

Geragos could not be reached for comment after business hours on Monday evening.

37 posted on 12/29/2003 8:15:15 PM PST by pubmom
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To: pubmom
Geragos could not be reached for comment after business hours on Monday evening.

I guess the cord on his phone isn't long enough to reach under his bed where he is hiding.

What an absolute mess. Everyone deserves to be tried before a jury of his peers,,, but where in the world will they find 12 people like Jacko?

38 posted on 12/29/2003 8:30:10 PM PST by Iowa Granny
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To: Iowa Granny
Maybe they'll get lucky and find prospective jurors when the circus comes to town. If not, they'll just have to settle on a group of regular Hollywood weirdos.:)
39 posted on 12/29/2003 8:37:19 PM PST by pubmom
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To: pubmom
It's not likely we'll see a conviction coming from a jury of Hollywierd Leftists. It may be all a waste of time.
40 posted on 12/29/2003 8:43:47 PM PST by Iowa Granny
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To: Iowa Granny
These guys can't even decide what Church they should go to, how in the heck can they run our country?

Howard Dean was baptized Catholic, and raised as an Episcopalian. He left the church after it opposed a bike trail he was championing, and now he is a Congregationalist, though his kids consider themselves Jewish."

Wesley Clark's father was Jewish. As a boy he was Methodist, then decided to become a Baptist. In adulthood he converted to Catholicism, but he recently told Beliefnet .com, "I'm a Catholic, but I go to a Presbyterian church."

41 posted on 12/29/2003 9:26:56 PM PST by daisyscarlett
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To: daisyscarlett
They can't make up their minds about anything. Apparently they think having connections to so many different religions will give them something in common with more voters.
42 posted on 12/30/2003 5:24:24 AM PST by Iowa Granny
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To: Iowa Granny
More bad news for dems.

Christmas cheer for retailers

43 posted on 12/30/2003 6:38:37 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (What the world needs now - is a cheese popsicle.)
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To: pubmom
A November 20th statement from spokesman Backerman.

"The big lie against Michael Jackson is anchored in the most vicious allegation imaginable, one that resonates across every culture: the spectacle of harming a child. That spectacle invites outrage, and it should. But this spectacle is rooted in a lie.

"Michael said, 'Lies run sprints, but the truth runs marathons. The truth will win this marathon in court.'

"Michael is going to defend himself with the force of his spirit, as would anyone falsely accused of something so monstrous."

Yawn.

"I resigned today over strategic differences with the way things are going," Backerman told Reuters in an interview. He declined to elaborate on those differences.

Mr. Backerman isn't interested in playing the race card it seems. Or perhaps Calypso Louie and his thugs make Backerman uncomfortable.

Of course Geragos has no shame and will float any outrageous barbra striesand to free his client.

44 posted on 12/30/2003 6:47:10 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (What the world needs now - is a cheese popsicle.)
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To: daisyscarlett
though his kids consider themselves Jewish."

Isn't Judith, Dean's wife Jewish? If so they're Jewish whether they consider it or not.

45 posted on 12/30/2003 6:50:59 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (What the world needs now - is a cheese popsicle.)
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To: BigWaveBetty
Another party from the Social Diary.

Hazel Barr and Bunky Cushing

46 posted on 12/30/2003 7:45:53 AM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Dean, a constant critic of the war now left looking like a monkey whose organ grinder had run away.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs; mountaineer
Did you find Chels in the photo? Evidently Ian was there too, maybe he is one of the Muffets, hee hee.

The former First Couple was joined by their daughter, Chelsea, and her boyfriend, Ian Klaus.

During the show, Klaus squirmed visibly while one "Avenue Q" character struggled with the idea of proposing to his girlfriend. The 42nd prez had his own moment of apparent discomfort during the show's signature song about Internet porn. But Republican-bashing gags brought applause from the family.

"I really loved the show," Chelsea told us. "Since it was about finding your purpose in life, I could really relate to that."

Chelsea is also learning to relate to her new image as a Manhattan working girl (she's a $100,000-a-year consultant with the New York office of the Brit-based McKinsey & Co.). "When I was younger and going through an awkward stage, people used to always tell me I looked like my dad," she said. "But now people are telling me that I look more like my mom, which I love because I think she's beautiful."

After the show, Chelsea and Klaus jetted to Miami to begin a New Year's break. They were spotted at the club Mynt. Broadway Bill

47 posted on 12/30/2003 7:52:49 AM PST by daisyscarlett
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To: BigWaveBetty
Yep, if you have a Jewish mama, you are Jewish. Drudge evidently has a teaser out that he knows something about Judith Dean (Dr. Steinberg) and will break it after the New Year...
48 posted on 12/30/2003 7:55:00 AM PST by daisyscarlett
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To: daisyscarlett
I guess poor Chels has not figured out that she inherited that lower lip from Daddy Webb...
49 posted on 12/30/2003 7:55:56 AM PST by daisyscarlett
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Yikes.

Can we classify movies in 5th and 6th place bombs?

The top 20 movies at North American theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number of theater locations, average receipts per location, total gross and number of weeks in release, as compiled by Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc. and Nielsen EDI Inc.:

5. "Paycheck," Paramount, $13,462,374, 2,762 locations, $4,874 average, $18,615,272, one week.

6. "Mona Lisa Smile," Sony, $11,351,439, 2,677 locations, $4,240 average, $31,226,270, two weeks. Source

50 posted on 12/30/2003 8:05:55 AM PST by BigWaveBetty (What the world needs now - is a cheese popsicle.)
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