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Re: harry potter

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Post by jenna » Mon Dec 24, 2007 10:36 pm

Shoulda known you'd jump in and open your mouth at some point. Don't even say ANYTHING to me. y=;
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Re: harry potter

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Post by FFC » Tue Dec 25, 2007 6:12 am

jenwat3 wrote:Shoulda known you'd jump in and open your mouth at some point. Don't even say ANYTHING to me. y=;
I don't even know what you are talking about. y:-?
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Re: harry potter

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Post by jenna » Wed Dec 26, 2007 7:24 am

No, of course not. Makes me wonder about you. y=;
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Re: harry potter

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Post by FFC » Wed Dec 26, 2007 10:49 am

jenwat3 wrote:No, of course not. Makes me wonder about you. y=;
Jenna and I just did a quick scene for you from the up coming Harry Potter movie..."Harry Potter and the Chamber of secret sweaters". :esurprised:
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Re: harry potter

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Post by jenna » Fri Jan 04, 2008 9:03 pm

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jenwat3 wrote:No, of course not. Makes me wonder about you. y=;
Jenna and I just did a quick scene for you from the up coming Harry Potter movie..."Harry Potter and the Chamber of secret sweaters". :esurprised:
Or the chamber of secret skeletons. 8)
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Re: harry potter

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Post by johnt » Fri Jan 04, 2008 10:34 pm

I think it's healthy to break away from reality every now and then. Just like watching the Three Stooges or Amos and Andy and laughing for a while. No thought, no lesson just a good laugh. Watching sci-fi, comedy or fictional series is also good entertainment and without it life would be a bore. Excercising the imagination in my opinion is healthy. There are so many great movies and shorts made over the years like John Wayne, Mel Gbson flicks and I love Lucy episodes. I could go on forever yet they are meant to be entertainment and that's it. Where a person gets into trouble is when they can't separate reality from fantasy whether because of a movie or some other kind of outside stimuli. People are still resposible to themselves for their own thoughts and actions plain and simple. Just my opinion.

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Re: harry potter

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Post by jenna » Fri Jan 04, 2008 10:47 pm

johnt wrote:I think it's healthy to break away from reality every now and then. Just like watching the Three Stooges or Amos and Andy and laughing for a while. No thought, no lesson just a good laugh. Watching sci-fi, comedy or fictional series is also good entertainment and without it life would be a bore. Excercising the imagination in my opinion is healthy. There are so many great movies and shorts made over the years like John Wayne, Mel Gbson flicks and I love Lucy episodes. I could go on forever yet they are meant to be entertainment and that's it. Where a person gets into trouble is when they can't separate reality from fantasy whether because of a movie or some other kind of outside stimuli. People are still resposible to themselves for their own thoughts and actions plain and simple. Just my opinion.
My opinion, it seems you take everything too seriously John. This thread was supposed to end in a JOKE. No offense, I hope, but lighten up a little! :ewink:
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Post by johnt » Fri Jan 04, 2008 11:26 pm

No offense taken. Let me in on the humour. I guess it just went over my head.

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Re: harry potter

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Post by FFC » Mon Jan 07, 2008 2:13 pm

johnt wrote:No offense taken. Let me in on the humour. I guess it just went over my head.
It's ok. It went over ours too but we didn't want to admit it. :clap: :clap: :clap: :wave:

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