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    Hmmm.....no, I guess not. I think I have a yearly checkup with my PCPhys sometime soon, but one of his staff will give me a ring to see what's a good time, I'm sure. Geez, six months is a long time ahead to plan for something. Shit, that reminds me, I'm getting to be about that age, maybe I should have old man Ha*** give me the rubber glove treatment.....Nah. I know my aerobic ability is shit, I know how much I weigh, my dental hygiene is superb, and I don't have any fungal growths.

    If TNP came into a few thousand free money, he or she would replace some tatty-but-respectable clothes in his or her regular wardrobe (blazers, pants, white shirts, leather shoes, and so forth) with some identical-but-new replacements.

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    Yes, I guess I could do with some new dress shirts and shoes.

    TNP regularly bets on the lottery.

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    I only gamble w human lives, not scratcher

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    I only gamble w human lives, not scratcher

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    I do tend to wear white shirts during the workweek, yes.

    TNP has seen The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara.

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    Absolutely, more than once. Good movie, i would say

    Tnp can think of two reasons to not like daniel craig
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    Yes, a very good movie. Just saw it for the second time.

    Two reasons to not like Daniel Craig? Uh... no. I can't. A talented actor and a good guy, from what little I've heard.

    TNP knows off the top of his or her head who Daniel Craig's wife is, and will post a picture.

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    t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSyFK1tVZnA_an7wCiGG8DFXqBDAcqeV kiEt1fuAavtj_VnUsEqTA. She can be in keanu movies b/c hes not a threat but craig threatens my virility

    TNP is not ashamed to self-apply the term "macho"
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    I'm not ashamed, it just doesn't really fit me.

    Yes, Craig is married to actress Rachel Weisz (mrowrrrr). Here's a more contemporary picture: http://2xkcvt35vyxycuy7x23e0em1a5g.w...chel-weisz.jpg

    TNP knows someone who is TOO macho.

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    No friends of mine -- imo aggro illiterates with something to prove r bad news up and down

    Tnp wishes his or her amygdala were smaller
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    No friends of mine -- imo aggro illiterates with something to prove r bad news up and down

    Tnp wishes his or her amygdala were smaller
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    Nah, it's gotten me through life pretty well so far.

    TNP agrees with me that the spleen is the funniest internal organ.

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    No. 'spleen' makes me think of euthanizing enemies.

    TNP thinks Frankenheimer's Manchurian Candidate is incoherent drivel.
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    Nah, it's OK. Never saw the Denzel Washington remake, though.

    TNP can name three movie remakes which are better than the originals.

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    Wow. Tough. Since i've entered smartard phone crapville, I should answer. ............. The Man Who Knew Too Much - even w doris day and the brat. I mentioned elsewhere the remake Unfaithful. probably technically better than Chabrol's. And the Knihhtley P&Prej is better than other versions, as is Apocalypse Now, but unsure if they can be counted, so i give two.

    TNP has tried a new homemade food recently, like sugar water turned into 8% dry 'wine' in 48 hours. Gator mccluskey would like my milk gallon jug collection scattered around my space heater.
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    No, but that sounds worth a try (and definitely agreed as to the Knightley Pride & Prejudice).

    TNP has read something about the Panama Canal in the past month.

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    No. I read "the" book by DM about a year ago, and was enlightened.

    TNP knows quite a bit about France around the Franco-Prussian war period.
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    Relatively little, but what little I know doesn't impress me much with Napoleon III. And I'm listening to McCullough's book now!

    TNP is a big fan of Napoleon III.

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    Heh. I never even considered being a NapIII fan a thing. It was a dark time back then, although it cant be blamed to NapIII. So, no.

    TNP thinks the French people sort of earned their stereotype as belligerant peasants from their tumultuous nineteenth century
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    If not earlier or later.

    TNP kind of wonders why frozen yogurt is a thing.

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    If not earlier or later.

    TNP kind of wonders why frozen yogurt is a thing.

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    Going with the more recent question: no, I guess some people think it's healthier than ice cream, and that's probably the main reason for its popularity.

    TNP likes frozen yogurt well enough but prefers ice cream.

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    Huh. A rare question never. considered. I prefer ice cream bc. i like cows. more than goats . I guess

    TNP will probably not be drinking much more ethanol from milk jugs in the near future
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    Since I don't drink any from milk jugs now, I guess I can't say I'll be drinking "much more."

    TNP has a movie he or she wants to see this weekend.

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    Sort of mildly curious about the new Wonder Woman, but also not, and also partly would be enraged at sitting through that.

    TNP has a problem reconciling the practices of selfishness and righteousness, as experiences.
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    Sort of mildly curious about the new Wonder Woman, but also not, and also partly would be enraged at sitting through that.

    TNP has a problem reconciling the practices of selfishness and righteousness, as experiences.
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    I guess so. Sometimes I'm too selfish, and I can certainly be self-righteous in a way that I know I shouldn't be.

    TNP has survived a house or apartment fire.

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    No, sounds messy and expensive. If I had to suicide, though, that's about the best, pulling a Bachman. Not to mention arson is a superior crime to many others.

    TNP feels, looks, and is a mouth-breather using a touch screen.

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    I do have problems with them sometime, yes.

    TNP has at least two siblings still alive.

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    No. I prefer having the one -- easier to manipulate if I should have need to in the future.

    TNP has deliberately changed the way his or her brain treats reflex-like treatment of emotion.
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    Hmm, not really, although I've tried.

    TNP doesn't own a set of bathroom scales.

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    False. Just weighed myself this morning, as it happens.

    TNP weighs himself or herself at least monthly.

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    Usually multiple x daily, but for quite a few months my scale hasnt been working. I buy fresh cr2032 but no motivation to replace since i think the problem is mechanical, and i have two keyboards that need the same kind battery and its a hassle. Lots of things require effort.

    TNP enjoys the last movement of Beethoven's Op 27 no 1 more than that of the 'moonlight' op 27 no 2, OR doesnt know OR doesnt care about western art music
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    I have no preference between the two, but I DO care about Western music (especially classical and Baroque).

    TNP is interested to learn a bit about the new Boeing 797: http://money.cnn.com/2017/06/20/news...eek/index.html

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    Hmmm. Yes, I guess I'm slightly interested, but to be honest, commercial passenger air travel kind of leaves a bad taste in my mouth, what with all the mishegas about TSA and whatever. Very unpleasant business, and I'm trying to think positive a lot lately, that is, when I'm not relishing the unique savor of contempt and ruination.

    TNP vastly prefers wine fresh from the box to "wine" that has been moldering in empty milk jugs.

    Better: TNP will classify himself or herself (or itself? I don't follow all the new trends) as a (i) Spock (ii) Kirk (iii) Bones. Those are the only choices, so choose wisely.
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    I'm probably closest to Spock in my calmness and intellect, but have always admired Kirk more for his leadership skills and daring. I'm not grumpy enough to be McCoy.

    TNP is most similar to Luke, Han or Leia?

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    I'll take the outside view of not identifying w the femme or the fixer-upper girlfriend. I dont claim to be as competent as Han, but my ego and confidence is just as bigger. Probably not a thing to brag about when u dont have a grifted van by the river.

    Tnp hates things but likes people.

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    I dunno. I kinda hate some things and some people, but like some things and some people fine.

    TNP spends more time reading about movies than watching movies.

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    No. I spend about zero time reading about movies these days. In fact, I have a hard time thinking of anyone I'd be interested in reading nowadays on the subject.

    TNP has received in the past an extremely incoherent, scrawled in apparently crayon, complaint pasted to one's front door. Apparently some special snowflakes don't like Jerry Lee Lewis being played at a very modest volume in the witching hours. Crybabies.

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    No, can't remember the last note put on my front door (in crayon or otherwise).

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    Burnt ochre.

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    Yes, there was somebody I wanted to smack after explaining the same thing to him a couple of different ways and he still didn't seem to get it.

    Don't see burnt ochre here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o..._crayon_colors

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    Uh, OK, flesh, I guess. At least I know ur not talking about me posting quotes in the regular languages, since that was only explained in one way -- or univocally, if you prefer the language of the 13th century.

    TNP is pretty short on patience, but is pretty good at just smiling and nodding.

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