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post #83326 of 85749
Wait, that's a new movie?

I figured that would be like some sad thing that came out in the mid 2000s when Spacey wasn't really doing much of note...
post #83327 of 85749
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Wait, that's a new movie?

I figured that would be like some sad thing that came out in the mid 2000s when Spacey wasn't really doing much of note...

It's a definite head-scratcher.
post #83328 of 85749
In some ways Spacey reminds me of Kevin Kline. Talented, and steadily built popularity and respect, but even after getting to that point being strangely undiscriminating about roles. Could be that he's all about dose checks, or just that he really likes working and takes the occasional puzzling or goofy role just for variety's sake.
post #83329 of 85749
Bill Murray did play Garfield...
post #83330 of 85749
I got together with a bunch of friends in a large house in Pennsylvania Friday to yesterday. We were having a big party for a good friend of ours who is moving to Kuwait for a year to teach Physics. Stupid idea to be, but whatever. I just came in here to say that I need a vacation from this vacation. My body is killing me. Age is catching up to teh Booth.
post #83331 of 85749
I will say that an old friend of mine at the party through a conversation we were having came to realize that I am teh Booth on Style Forum and crapped his pants that I am, in fact, teh Booth (Style Forum royalty) and he didn't even know it.
post #83332 of 85749
I think I can only date a girl who smokes (means she is not a wet blanket) but my mom would take issue with it on the account that she thinks it is a profound character flaw and also means she is lacking in other parts of her life and that would materialize as her not being nice to her son.
post #83333 of 85749
A lot of friends recently have been telling me that I need "sex therapy". I looked into it and these thieves don't take insurance and have white-shoe law firm prices. I like money much more than I like my dick so I think I will keep my hard earned monies that's how capitalism works we got a market and their prices are too high for the cost benefit ratio I got in my mente.
post #83334 of 85749
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I will say that an old friend of mine at the party through a conversation we were having came to realize that I am teh Booth on Style Forum and crapped his pants that I am, in fact, teh Booth (Style Forum royalty) and he didn't even know it.

How did this conversation start, come about, etc?


What has me hibbeldy-jibbeldy is I have a major thing in the works and I just want to know one way or t'other.
post #83335 of 85749
Well he noticed my Buttero sneakers. I told him I got them from No Man Walks Alone and then the convo went on from there. To recognize Butteros outside of this community seems like it would exist somewhere in a fat tail.
post #83336 of 85749
I'm in another predicamen that I would like to offer to the fora. On one of my dating appetizers I came across this beautiful woman who stated in her profile that she is a professional "matchmaker" and shared her webpage. She said that if she matches with you she'd like to "interview" you for free to see if you might be a good match for one of her paying clients. I didn't think too much of this and I swiped her in the direction of "I think you're a slut".

So it turns out she matched with me and is all like, hey you want to do an interview yaddya yaddya yaddya. I'm all like, ok, that sounds like fun. Naturally I google her (I don't want to meet with a weirdo) and she's legit. Rich people pay her stupid amounts of money to find people to go on dates with. She's been doing this for years. Also, she's a huge weirdo, but the good kind of weirdo. Let's just say that she has an equally "extreme" look as I do. I set up a time and go to her office (fancy building). I meet this woman and her assistant and she asks me a lot of questions. I am usually pretty good at answering direct questions, but her's were more open-ended than I prefer and the conversation went all over the place. Anyway, she's a cool woman that I would like to get to know better, but I don't know how to ask her herself on a date. She said to me that it seems like I am "doing really good at life". I also told her about how I don't get "matches" on these appetizers, which she said, "That makes no sense to me, because you're good looking." Also during the interview we talked a lot about music and jazz and it turns out she is a member at this member's only artsy-fartsy club with weird events and such. She told me there is the jazz even that happens the first Friday of every month and she thinks that I would really like it and I should go. I told her that I am not a member of this artsy-fartsy club and she said that she would let me in.

So, here lies the conflict. Googling her revealed an interview she did recently where she said she doesn't date "clients". Am I a client? I haven't paid her a dime and she was looking for people for her abundant paid women clients. Also, this Friday is the first of the month. Is it out of bounds to email her and ask her about this jazz event?

During the interview she asked me, "How would your friends describe you?" I didn't know what to say so I just said, "curmudgeon". She laughed, but I think that is accurate, right? Bonus: She live down the street from me so it is convenient, which is the most important of all.

Should I take her on the ole' Booth Slip and Slide?
post #83337 of 85749
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I'm in another predicamen that I would like to offer to the fora. On one of my dating appetizers I came across this beautiful woman who stated in her profile that she is a professional "matchmaker" and shared her webpage. She said that if she matches with you she'd like to "interview" you for free to see if you might be a good match for one of her paying clients. I didn't think too much of this and I swiped her in the direction of "I think you're a slut".

So it turns out she matched with me and is all like, hey you want to do an interview yaddya yaddya yaddya. I'm all like, ok, that sounds like fun. Naturally I google her (I don't want to meet with a weirdo) and she's legit. Rich people pay her stupid amounts of money to find people to go on dates with. She's been doing this for years. Also, she's a huge weirdo, but the good kind of weirdo. Let's just say that she has an equally "extreme" look as I do. I set up a time and go to her office (fancy building). I meet this woman and her assistant and she asks me a lot of questions. I am usually pretty good at answering direct questions, but her's were more open-ended than I prefer and the conversation went all over the place. Anyway, she's a cool woman that I would like to get to know better, but I don't know how to ask her herself on a date. She said to me that it seems like I am "doing really good at life". I also told her about how I don't get "matches" on these appetizers, which she said, "That makes no sense to me, because you're good looking." Also during the interview we talked a lot about music and jazz and it turns out she is a member at this member's only artsy-fartsy club with weird events and such. She told me there is the jazz even that happens the first Friday of every month and she thinks that I would really like it and I should go. I told her that I am not a member of this artsy-fartsy club and she said that she would let me in.

So, here lies the conflict. Googling her revealed an interview she did recently where she said she doesn't date "clients". Am I a client? I haven't paid her a dime and she was looking for people for her abundant paid women clients. Also, this Friday is the first of the month. Is it out of bounds to email her and ask her about this jazz event?

During the interview she asked me, "How would your friends describe you?" I didn't know what to say so I just said, "curmudgeon". She laughed, but I think that is accurate, right? Bonus: She live down the street from me so it is convenient, which is the most important of all.

Should I take her on the ole' Booth Slip and Slide?

Not out of bounds. Answer is always no if you don't ask. And yes.
post #83338 of 85749
Show us dat pics
post #83339 of 85749
Methinks you are not a "client" until she actually sets you up with a paying client.
post #83340 of 85749
How can I be a client if I never give her money?
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