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Hey! How come there aren't any dramatic poser mountain top shots of rescuers, just rescuees?
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Who will play them in the upcoming movie, and what will the movie be called ?

Still a very compelling story, glad you're both still with us, guys [^]
I must admit I like the title of the Article
I will pick up a copy too.

TheShadow did you find 'it' yet, I'll bet Simon would be happy to get it back...
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OMG!!! .... Spews his Tea all over the monitior! [:0]
I meant THE BOOK!!!!!
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Hey! How come there aren't any dramatic poser mountain top shots of rescuers, just rescuees?
Some people know better than to get their pictures splattered all over the tabloids, Doug

I too have been spewing tea all over my monitor from the responses to this. CT really knows how to play a story for all it's worth. Can't wait to get my copy and have them autograph it, heehee.

You guys will autograph it for me, right?!!!!!!!
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Q is right, that's a good picture of you two! I can't believe it's been almost a year now. How are you doing Chris? Have you healed completely? So glad this had a happy ending!
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I hope the article is half as good as the above posts!

Maybe the "gate keeper' can add a sound track for this thread . . .

Perhaps some classic MC Hammer . . . .



. . . . "Can't touch that"


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Yes, yes indeed! I'll be looking for it on my next visit to the Dr.
Oh no, if you do that you'll be waiting a long time, as most doctor's offices only have 6 year old magazines.

OK, so where is everybody finding this new Reader's Digest? I've been into London Drugs, Shopper's Drug Mart, and a magazine store near where I work and they all still have the December issue.

This is even more of a build-up than the release of a new Harry Potter.
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(Simon is compared to Lance Armstong!)
Didn't know Simon was missing a testicle...[:0]
U know Simon choses his gear with precision to speed through the mountains Ultralight.
But just one testicle is taking it too far [)]
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Hey! How come there aren't any dramatic <s>p</s>Hoser mountain top shots of rescuers, just rescuees?
Who's going to play you, you ask ? See at left,eh ! If I scrounge a bit part see at right, eh

Maybe Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino can play some of the others involved
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[)]'s.

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Gamos, after a while I was.
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Mick, biking, he rules. I have run faster marathon times than his effort in New York this year though.

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OK, I checked Safeway on my way home....nothing. The suspense is killing me!!
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Mick, biking, he rules. I have run faster marathon times than his effort in New York this year though.

I guess he is pretty good on a bike, isn't he ?
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OK, so where is everybody finding this new Reader's Digest? I've been into London Drugs, Shopper's Drug Mart, and a magazine store near where I work and they all still have the December issue.
After spending the day on Grouse with children on a school field trip I took a wet run to Walmart and a magazine store. No luck. But I was told Burnaby and Vancouver get delivery a day or two after the valley so should be tomorrow or Thursday.
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Who will play them in the upcoming movie, and what will the movie be called ?

Still a very compelling story, glad you're both still with us, guys [^]
That certainly is a great picture, looks like a great intro for setting you up for the movie show biz.

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