Re: Important question in a world of uncertainty
- From: in2myanus <Fla_Hippy@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2011 14:27:40 -0800 (PST)
On Feb 5, 3:21 pm, hj st <hjayst...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 4, 10:16 pm, Sanity <sanity-cla...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 4, 8:34 pm, hj st <hjayst...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Feb 4, 6:27 pm, "rainbowcrystalkitc...@xxxxxxxxx"
ginger ....or maryanne..?????
how come mrs. howell is always left off this list! i am outraged,
this gets to the root of the whole age class problem! her name was
'Lovey', c'mon, how could you pass that up?
Maryanne, because she looked clean.
Ginger never ran out of makeup in all those years.
I prefer to answer the question. Your questions are "side-bar"
whoa, whooaa, you are right brother, i don't know how i could have
ever thought that the usenet, hallowed a.g.r. itself, should ever be
used so lightly as to stray from strictly on topic material within
threads. i trust you will keep to this same strict tolerance of
posting behavior, and i thank you for checking me when i noted that in
a "black or white?" question put to me, i demurred by asking for
clarification, "what about gray?" still, you are correct, and we
should stay on topic,....
how about some trivia, "gilligan's island" was one of the few shows to
air in both black and white, then color later,.. can you name the
others? ... and which female characters in them that you would have
sex with first?
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Beverly Hillbillies (switched to color in 1964)
Bewitched (Seasons 1-3 in B&W) Alice
Ok Serious now...
Lori Saunders ( Bobbie Jo Bradley)
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