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|Rebecca ||08-07-2006 09:03 PM |
Hi all. Primarily I made this topic to get to know you better. Hence the poll above.
|Lupin ||08-07-2006 09:05 PM |
Besides internet? Listening to music is another thing for me. :wink:
|Rebecca ||08-07-2006 09:06 PM |
Oh yeah, I forgot about the internet. Oops. :P
|Lupin ||08-07-2006 09:09 PM |
Granted. It's now added, GuppyGirl.:wink:
|Rebecca ||08-07-2006 09:10 PM |
Cool, thanks :)
|Lupin ||08-07-2006 09:14 PM |
No probs, mate.:)
|Rebecca ||08-07-2006 11:01 PM |
So. I guess I'll break the ice since I'm the author of this topic. I like to read. Currently I'm tackling (more like wrestling) Les Miserables, which the complete and unabridged translation is 1,461 pages. :shock: I've had it for two weeks and am about a quarter done with it. I also like to draw and listen to music, and of course browse the Internet. Basically, I like to do all of the things in the poll. :) LOST is the only TV show I watch consistently. Can't think of anything else at the moment. What do y'all like to do?
|Lupin ||08-07-2006 11:12 PM |
I have watched Les Miserables last year. It's starred by Uma Thurman.:wink:
Yep. I watch Lost but not too often.:lol:
|SimplySplendid ||08-07-2006 11:12 PM |
I love the play Les Mis! My favorite play.:D Never read the book though. I also love Lost, I'm totally addicted. Can't wait to see some new episodes.
|Rebecca ||08-07-2006 11:21 PM |
Yeah, Blue, I actually recently watched the movie (Les Miserables that is), and just a few months ago I saw the traveling Broadway production of it. I thought both were really good, although I like the play better. I really enjoy musicals. However, so far the movie did stick more to the book. I find myself becoming more and more intrigued by the whole story. This is the only thing I've discovered so far where the book, movie, and play are equally interesting. For example, Phantom of the Opera was an awesome movie, and I'm sure the play is spectacular, but I didn't much care for the book. But I saw the movie first, which was incredibly dramatic whereas the book was somewhat slower. It makes a difference what order you see things in.
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