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Perfect Tommy

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  1. quote:Originally posted by Perfect Tommy: They're...they're...they're rats with wings. ----------------------------------------------- Woody Allen's "Stardust Memories" (Pigeons) Well done (unless of course you Googled it ). Any takers on: Leave the gun, take the cannolis. Anybody? anybody? anybody? (That's another film quote BTW )
  2. quote:Billy. What's that game they're playing? It looks like polo, but the ball's too big. Size of ball depends on man's head. Big head; big ball. This your Bashkai man. Oh, big dadgum head The Man Who Would Be King?
  3. Something a little less obscure: Leave the gun, take the cannolis. Here's another: They're...they're...they're rats with wings.
  4. quote:"ALLLLLLLL right! WHOOO did it? WHOOOOOOOOOOOO did it?" Mr. Roberts And Dark Star is the answer to your other one but I cheated on that one (Thank God for Google)
  5. I lied, one more: "Why don't you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don't you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don't you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?" "Crap."
  6. quote:"Why worry? Each of us is wearing an unlicensed nuclear accelerator on his back." Ghostbusters?
  7. Last one, I promise: Are you going to bark all day, little doggie, or are you going to bite?
  8. quote:What care I for human hearts? Soft and spiritless as porridge! A faerie's heart beats fierce and free! Legend?
  9. Apocalypse Now How about this one: Private Pyle has dishonored himself and dishonored the platoon! I have tried to help him, but I have failed! I have failed because you have not helped me! You people have not given Private Pyle the proper motivation! So, from now on, whenever Private Pyle f**ks up, I will not punish him, I will punish all of you! And the way I see it, ladies, you owe me for one jelly doughnut! Now, get on your faces!
  10. quote:"What's that watermelon doing here?""I'll tell ya later." If I missed this one, I'd have to find a new handle...The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension Here's an easy one: Who wants an Orange Whip? Orange Whip? Orange Whip? Three Orange Whips.
  11. quote: Out of curiosity, why do you think it is worth noting that BassoonPilot did this cache in a tuxedo? Does that impact in some manner your opinion on whether or not I am entitled to log my experience on the page? No, you are entitled to your opinion and to air your grievances in this public forum. The cache owner has the right to delete your log, regardless of any consensus in this forum. The logs will speak for themselves and folks can form their own opinions. As for BassoonPilot, I just admire the fact that he found the cache with some panache.
  12. quote: Maybe for people like me who like to post and talk a lot, we could have an icon of a mouth and put a tooth in it for every 100 posts...Would only take 3200 posts to get a mouthful BrianSnat, you will need to see a dentist about those impacted wisdom teeth.
  13. This is the cache in question: Zulu 2 This is the log in question: This cache has been one of the worst caching experiences I've had, to date. First, the first section of the cache is placed near one of the worst intersections I've ever seen. I'm not sure who designed that rotary, but dadgum. How many accidents are there a year there? Second, you have to cross the street near this amazingly dangerous rotary to get to the first container. THIRD, the hiding spot is in plain site of the road, and there is NO WAY you're not going to be seen taking out the container, or putting it back. Traffic was a bear. I was just glad to be alive. Next, the container is hidden in a most disgusting, cobweb infested, squirrel guarded muck hole that it was NOT my pleasure to reach into. I think the first section of this cache needs to be rehidden in a more cacher-friendly place. Regardless, Wile E and I found this first leg and moved on to the next. There were major construction detours on the way from the first part to the second, but that can't really be helped. However, when we arrived at the second site, we had the choice of trails to take. Either A, the more overgrown hidden trail near the Private Property/Private Road sign, or the more well defined path on the other side of the stream. We chose the latter and ended up on the wrong side of the river without a way to cross. That was it for me, I didn't want any further misadventures along this cache. So, we didn't find it. Nor do I intend to return. To Connexticutt. Ever. Pan ++++++++ It's worth noting that BassoonPilot did this cache in a tuxedo
  14. There are already two caches not far from Westchester County Airport that are child's play to find, even for rubes from out-of-state. As for LaGuardia, I would suggest Alan's Powell's Cove - View with a Bridge - it's relatively close to LAG and offers a nice view of the Whitestone. (Is the thread back on track yet? )
  15. Never thought I'd see the day when Metro NYC would come in second to Valparaiso Our loss in Indiana's gain...
  16. quote: The war was about northern economic needs. I would be interested in hearing the facts you rely upon that support this proposition.
  17. I can't find my thesaurus so can anyone help me with a word synonomous with "above and beyond uber"? Congratulations and godspeed on the kilocaching quest.
  18. It would be an interesting factoid were it true but it's not. Lowest Point in West Virginia is the Potomac River at 240 feet Highest Point in Pennsylvania is Mt. Davis at 3,213 feet Source: www.50states.com The highest lowpoint is in (surprise) Colorado: The Arikaree River at 3315 feet Getting back on topic, I'm just surprised those Rebs haven't started a petition drive to secede from this forum! _______________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I try to be amused.
  19. *Bump* Only nine 'caching days before the Geo-Jamboree - have you grabbed a bug yet? ________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I try to be amused.
  20. quote:Hey, where are the New Yorkers? We'd post, but the Jerseyites suck all the oxygen out of this forum. I live in Westchester County and commute to Midtown. I once commuted to Downtown. Once. I do not recommend it. If your job was in Midtown, you would have an easy commute via train to Westchester, Putnam and even Dutchess Counties as well as Connecticut. But if your job is Downtown, you will also need to take the subway. (<--Riders on the #4 train on a hot summer day with the air conditioning out) While I worked Downtown, I lived in Jersey City (via PATH) and then Brooklyn as the commute was easier. With a child coming, you will probably want suburbia and good schools so I (bites tongue) would have to go with the recommendations posted here already. Although you may question why they call it the Garden State while you drive along the Jersey Turnpike, there are actually some nice communities there.
  21. Bump. If you're attending, please start "harvesting" travel bugs for the event.
  22. Congratulations, 'Floopy! It doesn't seem that long ago that Team Excession was chasing you for most finds - you were in double digits then! WTG!
  23. Bialeys. Outside of NYC, if you can even find 'em, the quality just drops. Blueberry pancakes in Maine just taste better. From my college days, strombolis and cheesesteaks but only in PA - anywhere else you'll find only pale imitations of the genuine articles And, yes, there is nothing better than a greasy "Pork Roll Parmagian" to cure a hangover on Sunday morning on the Jersey Shore.
  24. The following threads should be of some help to you. Markwell #1 Markwell #2 Markwell #3 Hope this helps. I used to be disgusted, now I try to be amused.
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