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TWFirst

Thu Aug 24, 2000 6:44 am

Wassup Dude??? As you can see I have SKYTEAM back!!!!! Little "John Rocker" made some mroe comments about gays, and you were the first one he mentioned, So I fired back!!!!!. I will no longer use "Dan The Man" Since SKYTEAM is well known by just about everyone

SKYTEAM
 
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RE: TWFirst

Thu Aug 24, 2000 6:48 am

Woops, SKYTEAM, and Dan The Man have the same password, and Dan The Man was already typed in. I feel stupid!!!!!

SKYTEAM
 
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RE: Skyteam

Thu Aug 24, 2000 6:57 am

Thanks for the support dude. I haven't seen "John Rocker" around here lately (I assume you're talking about "CRJ"), so maybe he got kicked off permanently. Sorry you got kicked off. I didn't read that particular exchange, but I'm sure it was probably interesting to say the least.

I just made reservations for some friends of mine on your favorite airline: Delta! My best friend is surprising his wife for her birthday and their anniversary by flying her down to my partner's house in FLL in Sept. for a weekend. They live near Newark, so Continental and/or Delta were the best choices (non-stop and the cheapest).

I'm excited because I'm flying to LA this weekend to see my other best friend. She's turning 30 (she just got a boob job a couple months ago and is looking for a boyfriend in case any of you straight LA guys - with the exception of MattD - are looking for a date). I'm flying on a 767 from STL-LAX and I haven't been on a TW '67 before. I'm hoping I'll be in TWFirst. We're then driving to LAS on Saturday to see Duran Duran (a favorite of ours from the 80's.) Should be hilarious. I haven't been to Vegas before.

Take it easy dude. Are you still heading up to Minnesota this fall to see your girlfriend??
An unexamined life isn't worth living.
 
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RE: Skyteam

Thu Aug 24, 2000 9:51 am

Sup? I'll support you any time. I think Dustin,CRJ, and Rocker are the same person. I hope they got kicked off. I'm glad you booked your friends on Delta, They will enjoy Delta. Thats cool that your going to LAX this weekend, LAX is awesome!!!!! I have never flown a TWA 767 yet, But I hope to sometime. Las Vegas is awesome, You will like it. I hope to come up to Minnesota in November, But I gotta get some more $$$$$

Cya Lata Man,
SKYTEAM
 
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RE: Skyteam

Thu Aug 24, 2000 12:32 pm

Maybe you should come to Vegas too so you can win you some $$$$$.    

Dude, I'm telling ya, get up here by EARLY November. I'm sure the other Minnesotan members of this forum will agree that you don't know what the hell you'll experience from about Thanksgiving on...


Although 2 years ago my partner and I were stringing Christmas lights on the front bushes in short sleeved shirts while drinking beer - it was in the mid 60's! (Which you might think is cool, but is pretty amazing for here). I think it was nearly as warm last year as well. In fact, the last 3 winters have been mild (unlike the winter of '91 when we had 27 inches of snow on Halloween day - I kid you not) and all the natives have been pissed because they can't ride their snowmobiles in the ditches along the highways or ice fish or do any of the other nutty things they do up here in subzero weather. I remember 4 years ago, there was an entire week in January when the HIGH temperature for the day never got above 17 BELOW ZERO! And the lows were around 35 BELOW!!! Without windchill!!!! My car was nearly brand new and it wouldn't start.

But enough about Minnesota. I better stop posting because I don't want this thread with my name on it to keep popping to the top.
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RE: TWFirst

Thu Aug 24, 2000 12:42 pm

What's the name of that winter festival held in the twin cities. I'm not sure if it's in Minnie or St. Paul.
 
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RE: CstarU

Thu Aug 24, 2000 12:58 pm

St. Paul Winter Carnival...

Ice sculpture competition.

Girls in tights marching in parades in subzero weather through downtown St. Paul (talk about "nippy" )

Ice slide in front of the capitol

Occassionally, huge ice castle built (last one was in '92 - cost $1 million and was sponsored by Pepsi - coincided with the Super Bowl)

Minneapolis' shindig is in the summer - the "Aquatennial"
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RE: TWFirst

Thu Aug 24, 2000 3:34 pm

When I was in Wisconsin for my grandfather's funeral (unfortunately), it was so cold that the icicles started melting at 15 below zero. That is why I never want to live in the Midwest, except for Chicago. Also, according to this one girl I met on a student-tour trip, Minneapolis is supposed to be a pretty happenin place, so much that she wanted to move there when she grew up. Drawing upon my experiences with Minnesota, I could not stop laughing. However, those were mostly Duluth-Superior centered , so I guess I should shut up.

Well, have fun in the City of Sin (more recently known as the City of Disgusting No-Limits Rampant Gaming Capitalism). You will have a blast considering it is your first time there. What kinds of stuff are you going to do?

Best Regards,
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 12:25 am

Minneapolis does have something in the winter. It is a parade throught the nicolet mall. I forget what it is called though.
 
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RE: USAirways737, Aaron G.

Fri Aug 25, 2000 12:36 am

You're thinking of Holidazzle. But it's not really a festival, but rather a Disney electric parade wannabe sponsored by Target (formerly Dayton Hudson Corp.) to get people downtown to shop (at Dayton's, of course).

Holidazzle was supposed to be exported to Chicago and Detroit last year too (home of Target Corp's Marshall Fields and Hudson's, respectively). Don't know if it was successful there.

Aaron: I'm going to LAS because my friend in LA thought it would be hilarious to drive to Vegas and see Duran Duran (you're too young to remember them in their heyday, but they were probably the predecessor of all the "boy bands" to follow - except they're actually a real band rather than just 5 singer/dancers. They're also credited with helping MTV explode in popularity in the early 80's).

So, we're going to drive there Sat. morning, hang out and explore during the day (maybe drink, maybe play some slots, maybe go to New York New York) and then go to the concert Sat. night. Then drink some more. Then finally crash. Then try to get up to catch my noon flight home. Should be a blast!
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 2:04 am

On your way to Vegas don't forget to stop by Baker, CA, home of the world's biggest thermometer. I was there last month and it was 119 F.

Also, I just want to keep your name on top  
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 4:11 am

Well OK, but no matter what you say, I am NOT going to take my temperature with it anally.

          (Shut up Lindy, I know what you're thinking)



And quit putting my name at the top.


BTW, it doesn't appear the Chicago trivia question is going over very well. Maybe you should just answer it.
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 4:35 am

You should watch for "ZZYZX Rd." between LA and Vegas!  



Hopefully the pic will work on your browser.
 
 
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RE: 777YYC

Fri Aug 25, 2000 4:40 am

"ZZYZX".....

sounds like an airport code in Canada!


    

Thanks dude, but the pic didn't work on my browser either.


BTW folks, that previous post was for Mr. Chicago, CstarU.
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 5:14 am

I didnt think about it  
I dont think at all since friday.
Friday night = wild party
Saturday night = party
Sunday night = party
Monday night = party
Teusday night = party
Wednesday I took day off from work cause I couldnt walk and I was halfdrunk when I woke up 12 noon  
Wednesday night = party
So I started celebrating my B-Day little early  
But most Polish people start celebrating B-Days month before and end month after hehehe

CstarU, its not gonna be kielbasa for dinner Saturday, I bet any money that its gonna be some italian food.


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RE: TWFirst, Lindy

Fri Aug 25, 2000 5:30 am

c.

oops, i did it again  

Lindy, is your girlfriend Italian?
 
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RE: Lindy

Fri Aug 25, 2000 5:30 am

Dude! Aren't you a mechanic or something at USAirways? If so, I don't think I'll be flying with them anytime soon!   

I can just see the headlines now:

"Empty beer can found in engine turbine of downed USAirways plane. Drunk Polish mechanic blamed"


        

Well, I'm glad you had a great birthday. Gee, after all that, what are you going to do for your 30th????

BTW, what beer do you drink? There is a Polish-themed bar and restaurant here in Minneapolis that serves a Polish beer (I forgot the name, but I think it's pretty popular).

Do you drink Chopin Vodka?
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 6:27 am

You wish I got kicked off!!!!!

It made my day, you still rememered me!!!!!

 
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RE: CstarU , TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 6:27 am

CstarU

No, shes not Italian, shes pure Polish chick. But that lazy butt not gonna cook anything else than spaghetti with meatballs or lasagne (dont know how to spell this).


TWFirst,

I "was" just a ramper at IAD for USAirways. Not anymore, can't handle that anymore even lately I was there only part time, working 3 days a week for few hours.

What I'm gonna do for my 30th B-Day??? hmmm I guess I'm not gonna be around for another few years. With my current lifestyle I will have aids, lung cancer and testicular cancer, (maybe some herpies from time to time) But so far I dont have anything like that. + I will have some deasises that doctors dont know names for them yet hehehe

I was drinking Heineken, Corona and Grolsh. Its very hard to get Polish beer in Maryland. There is some in Baltimore but who wanna drive 45minutes to get beer???
I bet any money that in that bar they have one of those beers:
Zywiec
Okocim
EB
Lezajsk
Polander
10 & half
It must be one of them.

I dont drink vodka almost 5 years. I started when I was 12-13 and stop it at the age 19. When I was working in a full service restaurant as a chef for 3 years, everyday started with mug of beer and shot of vodka (100ml).
When I left Poland I said Good Bye to this white killer. Right now I'm drinking mostly Canadian made whiskey, tequilas, wine and beer. But no Vodka at all.
I threw up my guts out of my body so many times that now when I'm thinking about vodka, my brain (or rest what is left from it) automaticly says NO you gonna be sick again you fool. hehehe

I like to mix alcohol, I cant just drink all night just whiskey or tequila., I need start with beer then wine and then hard liquor.

Peace out hehehe

Rafal

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RE: Lindy

Fri Aug 25, 2000 6:43 am

It was Zywiec. I liked it. I think they have a couple of other brands you mentioned as well.

You are a chef??? You are multi-talented!

Maybe with your lifestyle you should consider going into the porn industry. Great fun and good money.     .

I must say, you are much more promiscuous than I've ever been. So why do my people get such a bad reputation?? (OK, let's not start that discussion again)

Anyways, getting back to liquor, I swore off tequila three years ago after I went down to St. Louis for my friend's wedding. I drank so many different liquors during the reception, and then we ended up back at the bride and groom's house and partied until 3 am. I went to bed after doing 2 shots of tequila. It was the worst hangover of my entire life the next day. I had planned to drive to my parents house 2 hours away, and I had to pull over on the side of the interstate and puke on the highway!!! Then I had to pull over to a hotel to sleep for three hours because I was so sick. A 2 hour drive turned into a 6 hour drive. But then I recovered at my parents and then drove back to Minnesota the day after that. The smell of tequila makes me sick now.
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:01 am

...uhmm...TWFirst?
"Great fun and good money"???
How do you know??>:->
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:03 am

My, your becoming quite popular TW, perhaps you should be the honorary Airliners.net president. I got a feeling that you will be up here for awhile (Lindy, I mean TW's name, really). 

BTW, in case you missed it, I answered your cities question--c.

I'm off...
 
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RE: Polaris

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:09 am

Oh God. You caught me. OK, I'll 'fess up. I'm Jeff Stryker.

     

I wish.


Well, I was just kidding about the porn industry suggestion, but based on what we know about Lindy, I think he would like having sex with lots of women and getting paid for it. I'm sure he would get paid more than what he did as a ramp agent. I suppose the pay would depend on how he "performs", but if he can get drunk every day and date 4 women at once (he mentioned that in another thread) then I'm sure he must not have any trouble "performing".    
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RE: CstarU

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:12 am

Yeah, I noticed you answered it, bought I was hoping you would do it in the City Trivia #2 thread .

Later dude.


BTW, nope, not interested in being honorary prez.

I do like hosting my own discussion thread (although I didn't start it). I always like talking with people and getting to know them.
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:12 am

...gee...Jeff...I have a friend who really enjoys your work. He calls it "art".
 
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RE: Polaris

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:17 am

Are you familiar with any of these "artists" ?

Hank Hightower
Zack Spears
Anthony Gallo
Ted Mathews (I think that's his name)
Ken Ryker


Now those are some artists  .
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:21 am

I recognize the name Ken Ryker. The other artists, I might know their work but not their names - as is often the case.  
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 8:31 am

REX CHANDLER
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 8:32 am

TWFirst,

I'm not interested in porn industry. But my performance would be B+ cause I had nice teacher, 29 years old girl hehehe.
I know what you mean by saying that horrible smell of tequila on the next day hehehe I've been there!

Also, Zywiec is not my favorite beer. I prefer Okocim or Lezajsk 6.8% !! After 3-4 beers you are drunk not tipsy!!!

R.
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Sup Everyone?

Fri Aug 25, 2000 10:46 am

WOW, I had no idea this topic was gonna be this interesting!!!!!. LOL  

SKYTEAM
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Aug 25, 2000 3:02 pm

Especially for the impressionable children here on the forum    

Aaron G.
 
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RE: TWFirst

Mon Aug 28, 2000 10:01 am

Hey TWFirst, Drop me an E-Mail at TransWorld717Boy@aol.com
 
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RE: TWFirst

Tue Sep 05, 2000 7:53 pm

Just a reminder--Critter is still praying for you. 

Darn it! I've placed your name on top again.

Take care...
 
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RE: TWFirst

Wed Sep 06, 2000 3:52 am

Hank Hightower? I thought it was Ron Hightower????

I read a magazine article in this urban magazine called XXL

The one girl who plays in 'Emmanuel in Space' is HOT
 
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RE: TWFirst

Wed Sep 06, 2000 3:55 am

Emmanuelle movies from the 80s and early 90s play on Showtime from time to time...

Aaron G.
 
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RE: Trvlr

Wed Sep 06, 2000 4:57 am

Aren't you a liitle young for Emmanuelle movies.  BTW, I like Sylvia Kristel, the original Emmanuelle.
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 5:46 am

hehe, it works when you have cable and all the premium channels in your room. I have noticed that showtime doesnt play them anymore, bummer. Oh well, Red Shoe Diaries and Beverly Hills Bordello are still there, I think.
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 6:48 am

And Compromising Situations, too. It's funny that David Duchovny is the introducing guy in Red Shoe Diaries. I have satellite TV and many of our movie channels are "East Coast Time" which means we get to watch what is supposed to be on at X time PST 3 hours before it actually airs. This means a lot of naughty movies and shows come on at around 8:00 P.M. 

CstarU: No one is too young for the unparalleled drama of the Emmanuelle movies! 

Aaron G.
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 7:02 am

Ahhh, the days of satellite. We used to have that, since are cable provider was TCI (=always switching channels, $49 a month for basic cable, etc.). We had DirecTV (RCA). Then AT&T took over, and AT&T is a good provider, so we sold our dish back to RCA (they give ya $100 for it) and got Digital Cable. The downside of a dish is you have to watch what the person in the living room (or whichever TV the dish is hooked to) and even to do that you have to have a kit. So to watch different things, you have to have more DISHES. Also, they had passwords on DirecTV for mature content   and rarely did my dad forget to turn the password on before he went to bed. But I have to stay up till 12 to see anything since I have cable (no east coast times). Oh well, at least I have cable and premium channels in my room  
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 8:33 am

Now see everybody, I am welcoming and respectful to all guests in my conversation thread (that I didn't start but feel a duty to serve as host since my name's attached to it)...

I'm even tolerant of prepubescent kids talking about getting their jollies from watching forbidden boobie cable channels.



In my day we had to look at nude oil paintings to satisfy our prurient interests.


          



To each his own.


 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 8:43 am

...mine was my father's Playboy magazines.


TW, nice to hear from you again...
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 8:46 am

Hey there Cstar, always a pleasure.



In my case, it was my mom's Playgirl mags....


              


God, if you knew my mom, you'd know how ludicrously funny that is.
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 7:12 pm

TWFirst: I know, at first, you didn't want your name bumped up to the top of the list but it's great to see you've changed your mind and accepted being host of your namesake thread. Think of the issues you can explore and the direction it can take!!
A while ago, in a different thread, something about the Statue of Liberty and a cowboy hat, you mentioned I had an interesting Username. If you're still interested, I'm more willing to fill you in in this thread as to where it came from instead of the previous "Concorde" thread.
 
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 8:03 pm

As for me, I was on the tail end of several generations of pre-teens who discovered human anatomy through the pages of National Geographic! Those of you who are around my age know the issues I'm talking about. If you're not, have a look at back issues up to about the mid-1970's. You'll quickly disover what I'm talking about.

Hope I'm not disedifying anyone...

Charles
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 9:05 pm

Father Barnes:

You just brought back a flood of memories. My folks have every issue from January 1975 on. I was always bummed the publication never showed full frontal of both sexes (usually just backsides and female above the waste). But now that I'm older and wiser, I'm pretty sure that was a good idea. Some of those tribes probably did some pretty scary piercings.



HEY THERE POLARIS!

How's life treating you? How's your home and native land? True patriot love in all thy sons command? Yes, please elaborate on thy name. Have anything to do with the North Star? Snowmobiles? Polar air routes?
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RE: TWFirst

Fri Sep 08, 2000 11:53 pm

Keep going...there are multiple meanings. You will get most of them except one. Yes, except one because it's not popular knowledge. I will elaborate but I'm at work right now and a little busy.

BTW, since I'm a guest in your namesake thread...how about a cappuccino? Thanks.
 
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RE: TWFirst

Sat Sep 09, 2000 12:00 am

Skim or 2% froth?


Polaris: root word pole. Hmmmmmm......


Would you like a butter cookie?
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RE: TWFirst, Trvlr

Sat Sep 09, 2000 11:09 am

Trvlr,

Does Showtime still run a lot of Shannon Tweed movies? I don't have it anymore. Also, there's another hot lookin' Shannon, I think her last name is Whirry?


TW,

...just had to put your name on top.  
 
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RE: TWFirst

Sat Sep 09, 2000 11:16 am

yes, there is a shannon whirry. Havent seen a lot of tweed movies lately on showtime. Her movies are based more around the plot, so I dont like em that much, not enough nudity. She plays detectives and stuff mostly. I like the show 'Hot Springs Hotel', too
 
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RE: TWFirst

Tue Sep 12, 2000 3:50 am

...knock...knock...thanks for letting us in. Sorry, had to leave in a hurry on Friday. Cappuccino was great! I should have passed on the cookie, though!

No, nothing as good as the "root word" you say!
It has four meanings:
1) the North Star
2) submarine-launched ballistic missile (I'm a mean MF) 
3) first comic book superhero that lead an "alternative" lifestyle
4) the brand name of my gas water heater

Didn't think anyone would know #3 (or #4 for that matter)!

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