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How to survive a horror movie [message #165220] Mon, 25 August 2008 08:14 Go to next message
George Johnson is currently offline  George Johnson
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HOW TO SURVIVE A HORROR MOVIE
http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=DodgeTheKills
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(1) A Creepy-Eyed Jesus
(2) A Record Player
(3) A Cymbal Monkey
(4) A Spirit Board (Ouija Board)
(5) Clowns
(6) A Closet
(7) A Stupid Child

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Re: How to survive a horror movie [message #165324 is a reply to message #165220] Mon, 25 August 2008 13:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
nebusj- is currently offline  nebusj-
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"George Johnson" <matrix29@charter.net> writes:

> Seven Things to Never, Ever, Ever Put in a Child's Room
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctDgo-r57GE
> (1) A Creepy-Eyed Jesus
> (2) A Record Player
> (3) A Cymbal Monkey
> (4) A Spirit Board (Ouija Board)
> (5) Clowns
> (6) A Closet
> (7) A Stupid Child

I've said it before, but: I don't get the problem some people
have with clowns. They're outlandishly-dressed people doing silly
things. We need *more* of that in our lives, folks. There should be
clown centers in every mini-mall so the relief of tension and
frustration from everyday life.

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Joseph Nebus
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Re: How to survive a horror movie [message #165327 is a reply to message #165324] Mon, 25 August 2008 14:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Anonymous
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Originally posted by: Mattu

On Aug 25, 10:22 am, nebu...@-rpi-.edu (Joseph Nebus) wrote:
> "George Johnson" <matri...@charter.net> writes:
>> Seven Things to Never, Ever, Ever Put in a Child's Room
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctDgo-r57GE
>> (1) A Creepy-Eyed Jesus
>> (2) A Record Player
>> (3) A Cymbal Monkey
>> (4) A Spirit Board (Ouija Board)
>> (5) Clowns
>> (6) A Closet
>> (7) A Stupid Child
>
>         I've said it before, but: I don't get the problem some people
> have with clowns.  They're outlandishly-dressed people doing silly
> things.  We need *more* of that in our lives, folks.  There should be
> clown centers in every mini-mall so the relief of tension and
> frustration from everyday life.  
>
> --
>                                                                 Joseph Nebus
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------

No can do. All the clowns are busy for the next two weeks.
Re: How to survive a horror movie [message #165328 is a reply to message #165327] Mon, 25 August 2008 15:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
nebusj- is currently offline  nebusj-
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Mattu <gocism@aol.com> writes:

> On Aug 25, 10:22=A0am, nebu...@-rpi-.edu (Joseph Nebus) wrote:
>>
>> I've said it before, but: I don't get the problem some pe=
> ople
>> have with clowns. =A0They're outlandishly-dressed people doing silly
>> things. =A0We need *more* of that in our lives, folks. =A0There should be
>> clown centers in every mini-mall so the relief of tension and
>> frustration from everyday life. =A0

> No can do. All the clowns are busy for the next two weeks.

Great. Now we've got a clown shortage to deal with on top of
everything else.

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Joseph Nebus
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Re: How to survive a horror movie [message #165333 is a reply to message #165324] Mon, 25 August 2008 21:16 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: dgates

On 25 Aug 2008 13:22:14 -0400, nebusj-@-rpi-.edu (Joseph Nebus) wrote:

> "George Johnson" <matrix29@charter.net> writes:
>
>> Seven Things to Never, Ever, Ever Put in a Child's Room

>> (5) Clowns

>
> I've said it before, but: I don't get the problem some people
> have with clowns. They're outlandishly-dressed people doing silly
> things.

There are a couple problems with clowns.

1. Their face is somewhat hidden. If a guy dressed as a clown stole
your money on the street, you'd never be able to recognize him later.

2. They often have the smiles painted on -- such that they'll have
this appearance of a big smile even when their lips are really in a
perfectly neutral position.

I did a Google Images search for "clown," but couldn't really find a
picture that demonstrated my point. What I did notice was that:

2a. female clowns seem more prevalent, and less threatening.

2b. the VERY first Related Search that Google recommended was for
"scary clown."
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