Game...Six Degrees of Nat

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31 May 2011 14:39 #1109393705 by Pitzel
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Yes Amparo, your painting is very life like. You are lucky your job takes you to such beauty. I hope your hands are better soon so you can resume painting.

Nenne, I watched the Expendables yesterday with Dolph Lundgren. For such a violent movie, it was actually very funny :laugh: in parts.

to the game...

Jean Anderson > The Black Velvet Gown > Jonathan Firth
Jonathan Firth > The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Payment in Blood > Nat

next Marshall Lancaster

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31 May 2011 18:30 - 31 May 2011 18:34 #1109393711 by inspector
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Hi :) !
Think it's my turn again
Marshall Lancaster > St. Ttrinian's 2 > Colin Firth > St. Trinian's > Nat
And the next one is Carl Lumbly
:kiss: Claudia
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31 May 2011 19:04 #1109393712 by Amparo
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Hi Claudia :)
This is my answer...
Carl Llumbly>Men of Honor>Robert De Niro
Robert De Niro>Stardust>Nat
And the next...Unna Stubbs

Dear Pitzel and Nenne. I'm glad :silly: you two liked my picture of the poppy.

Pitzel, yes I have good luck because I can visit my work truly beautiful places :cheer: .
I'll tell you a little of this pretty village.
Bocairent (the place of the photo) is an old village, the thirteenth century, of Arab origin, its name comes from "Bekiren" which means "pineapple", name put for the semblance of the village. In 1245 it was retaken by the troops of King Jaime I, and was included in the Kingdom of Valencia. Every year we are celebrating the festival of Moors and Christians in February, recalling the battle. I put here a beautiful Bocairent's picture. I hope you like it!!.

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01 Jun 2011 12:35 #1109393722 by Pitzel
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Dear Amparo,
A very beautiful place, thank you for sharing it with us. It is amazing to see such old architecture. Being in the US, our oldest buildings are only from around the 1600's.

Unna Stubbs > Marple: Sleeping Murder > Sarah Parish
Sarah Parish > Mistresses > Sharon Small
Sharon Small > ILM > Nat


Peter Wight

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01 Jun 2011 18:34 - 01 Jun 2011 18:35 #1109393724 by Amparo
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Dear Pitzel. :)
Yes, it's amazing :woohoo: walking the streets of these towns so old, I always try to imagine :silly: what life must have been at that time.
Regarding your country, yes its buildings are not so old, because you are a very young nation, but I must add that the United States in addition to being young is a great nation! B) :cheer: .
And now my answer...
Peter Wight>Babel>Cate Blanchett
Cate Blanchett>An Ideal Husband>Oliver Parker
Oliver Parker>Fade to Black>Nat (again our dear brothers :lol: )

The next...Katie Holmes
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01 Jun 2011 19:06 - 01 Jun 2011 19:11 #1109393726 by inspector
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Hi :) !
Katie Holmes > Don't be Afraid of the Dark > Guy Pearce > The King's Speech (a great movie!) > Colin Firth > St. Trinian's > Nat
The next is Peter Maffay

Really a nice village, dear Amparo.
:kiss: Greetings
Claudia
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