I can't believe you guys live without..

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  1. JBZ

    JBZ Senior member

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    Les Guignols de l'Info
    The RJ cat
    Really, really good cheap bread
    The obelisk of the Place de la Concorde and the Eiffel Tower looming on your nightly ride home.
    Charvet as your local haberdasher
    Debauve et Gallais, Michel Cluizel and Chaudun chocolates.
    The "Pas de chez toi!" Paris poster I posted elsewhere.


    What about the ability to go to the Louvre and dig up the Holy Grail anytime you want? [​IMG]

    It may be cliche, but, as much as I hate the winter, I love autumn in New England. One of the Northeast's simple pleasures.
     


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    What about the ability to go to the Louvre and dig up the Holy Grail anytime you want? [​IMG]
    huh? Is that a Da Vinci code thing? Sigh. Another summer, another Tom Hanks movie to avoid. Maybe if they make him a Bond villain I'd watch him.

    Another cool thing -- walking by the streets the Musketeers lived on -- rue Ferou, rue Cassette and rue de Vaugirard.
    Actual cheesemakers' shops every few blocks.
    Really, really good North African food.
     


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    huh? Is that a Da Vinci code thing? Sigh. Another summer, another Tom Hanks movie to avoid. Maybe if they make him a Bond villain I'd watch him.


    Yeah, Da Vinci Code. I'm nothing if not pop culturally literate.
     


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    I don't want to sound gay or anything but Texas wildflowers like the Bluebonnet and Indian paintbrush are kickass.
     


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    huh? Is that a Da Vinci code thing? Sigh. Another summer, another Tom Hanks movie to avoid. Maybe if they make him a Bond villain I'd watch him.

    Another cool thing -- walking by the streets the Musketeers lived on -- rue Ferou, rue Cassette and rue de Vaugirard.
    Actual cheesemakers' shops every few blocks.
    Really, really good North African food.


    That can't be very filling. Very picture I see of North Africa has some very malnourished people. [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Jon.
     


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    Cross-Country biking while listening to music and having people in Aston Martins stare at me, because I'm the only guy in a 10 mile radius actually biking. [​IMG]

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    I don't want to sound gay or anything but Texas wildflowers like the Bluebonnet and Indian paintbrush are kickass.

    You saved yourself by adding "Kickass" at the end of your sentence.
     


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    Fabienne Senior member

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    Pretty lingerie.
     


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    ^^^Who says I live without it? [​IMG]


    That can't be very filling. Very picture I see of North Africa has some very malnourished people. [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Jon.

    Jon--it's the difference between living life, and seeing it through pictures.
     


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    Sample sales.
     


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    He must have lobbied for the part.

    I can think of a number of people who would be better.

    RJ- thought you brought RJC w/u?
     


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    Debauve et Gallais, Michel Cluizel and Chaudun chocolates.
    What about Christian Constant?
     


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    He must have lobbied for the part.

    I can think of a number of people who would be better.

    RJ- thought you brought RJC w/u?


    Dan Brown described the character as "Harrison Ford in Harris Tweed." Although, I don't know if HF wanted to play another globe trotting academic, since he's already played the iconic one.

    I think RJ's reference to the RJCat means that he can't believe that WE live without him.
     


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