Nov. '97

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A Butter Patty from:
on Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 09:11:59 (PST)

WOOOHOOOOO!!!!!!!!! YIPEEEE!!!!!!
Look at me with first churn of the month. This is the first time for me. I just KNEW Id get what I deserved this Halloween! : )
The link is one my son thought I should share with you..who am I to argue? I sure love the little Freakazoid.


A Butter Patty from:
on Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 09:15:28 (PST)
You should look at thisweb page.

Look at me, my first chance at fame and I forgot the link. *sigh*
Here it is.


A Butter Patty from:
on Monday, November 03, 1997 at 19:36:39 (PST)
You should look at thisweb page.

Ah, Thanksgiving month!!! What are everyone's plans???


A Butter Patty from:
on Tuesday, November 04, 1997 at 17:21:55 (PST)

For Thanksgiving this year, like every year, I am going to set sail for a new country on an old ship without a proper toilet. After many of the crew have died, we will land on a country we can call our own, even though there will probably be a few pesky natives. After learning the locals' crop-growing technology and having success with it, we will celebrate by shooting, chopping up and eating the local wildlife, inviting the natives to join us. Candy will probably make some edible dish from strangely colored corn, proving that she's a witch, and we'll use her for bonfire fuel (sorry about that, but we're just a bunch of ignorant settlers!) Later, we will start the ethnic cleansing of the native population, and move the survivors to small tracts of desert land. I personally will purchase an island of prime land from the natives for some cheap trinkets (maybe that jewelry I got back from Posey in the divorce). Then we'll build cars. How about you?


A Butter Patty from:
on Tuesday, November 04, 1997 at 18:41:33 (PST)

I wondered what candy ate during the thanksgiving holiday!


A Butter Patty from: >
on Tuesday, November 04, 1997 at 22:06:24 (PST)
You should look at thisweb page.

I just wet myself

timmy


A Butter Patty from: Depends
on Wednesday, November 05, 1997 at 20:26:03 (PST)


Hi Timmee!


A Butter Patty from:
on Friday, November 07, 1997 at 06:51:38 (PST)

How many people out there have seen their boss having a shit? I did last night...so I'm going to climb into this box right here and hibernate. Can you check on me every now and then to see if the rats have eaten me? Ta.

Nishlord


A Butter Patty from:
on Friday, November 07, 1997 at 10:48:46 (PST)
You should look at thisweb page.

So, I went to see 'Boogie Nights' last night. Between the Denizine review and Nishlord's "Wank Factory" articles, I was all psyched to see the film.
You know, though..It's one thing to see a movie like "Volcano," which you know will be cheesy, expect it to be cheesy, but its quite another thing to go see a film you've heard rave things about, only to discover that it was just a big old waste of two and half hours.
Let's contrast this film with some of its contemporaries. In a film like "Fargo" where the people are all running around acting like complete morons, where you want to freaking kill everyone 20 minutes into the movie because they're all suck fucking idiots, well..at least it had an incredible script. The dialogue and the tone of the picture made it worth watching. That, and the fact that it was based on a true story - thus the Cohen brothers couldn't help the fact that the original people involved were such dorks. They captured the essence of Minnesota without exaggeration. It was brilliant.
In another film from which "Boogie Nights" blatantly stole ideas from, "Pulp Fiction," the characters aren't as much idiots, but there's no plot. The plot meanders all over the place, yet you don't mind, because the dialogue and the characters are appealing.
Boogie Nights has characters that act like idiots, just like Fargo. It has a meandering plot, just like "Pulp Fiction." What "Boogie Nights" lacks, though, is anything worth holding your attention.
Ok, I was suckered in by the PR hype that it was about a dysfuctional family of porn makers and stars. And, had they actually followed that thread, they would have had a decent film. The first act was brilliant. The second and third act meshed into one big blob of "what the fuck is this shit?" The epilogue was attempted to recover a sense of focus to the film, but by that point, I was so damn fed up with what the film had devolved into, I could have given a shit what happened.
Granted, when you don't give a shit about any of the idiotic assholes' actions on the screen, its hard for the film to remain compelling. Yet, Stephen Frears successfully did so with a similar cast I felt apathetic to in "The Grifters."
This movie sucks. Don't buy into the hype. Just coz there's no "Trainspotting" in the theaters this year, doesn't automatically mean that any film close to it in genre is going to be good.


Damn, I love the churn. I don't even have to attempt to make sense with my movie reviews


A Butter Patty from:
on Friday, November 07, 1997 at 13:01:33 (PST)

HI GUYS!!!!
I need a HUGE favor, If anyone has a log from 11/6/97 from when Smokin was in the channel I really need to see it and here is a quick Heads Up...that was my not quite ex-husband and I would appreciate it if he asks any questions or makes any comments about me that you dont answer them . Thanks


A Butter Patty from:
on Friday, November 07, 1997 at 19:09:33 (PST)

You think THATS bad..I just found out that Rob is really my ex-girlfriend!


A Butter Patty from:
on Wednesday, November 12, 1997 at 13:11:09 (PST)

Gobble Gobble!


A Butter Patty from: Dave
on Thursday, November 13, 1997 at 07:20:09 (PST)

funny...I always thought it was "seen your boss TAKING a shit", not "HAVING a shit"... maybe I just misunderstood the statement and the 'ol boss was carrying around a bag full of feces...oh well, such are the perils of idiocy i guess...so what's everyone been up to lately?


A Butter Patty from: Dave again
on Thursday, November 13, 1997 at 14:08:24 (PST)

p.s. Rob...since when did you specialize in making sense? Did I miss a meeting? Cream or sugar? One lump or two?


A Butter Patty from:
on Friday, November 14, 1997 at 01:55:51 (PST)

so, i ALSO went to see 'boogie nights' cuz i thought it would at least have some kitschy musik in it, maybe a good dance or two. there wasnt even any really good music in it. Next to some obscure movie that starred Robbie Bosco(go figger), this was by FAR the worst film Ive ever seen released in theaters. I only counted 3 scenes in the movie worth seeing, the Scotty-kissing-Dirk-Diggler scene, the gaybashing-Dirk-Diggler scene and Amber Waves losing all custody of her kids; maybe 60 seconds of footage out of nearly 3 endless hours of gratuitous sex and more gratuitous sex and drugs and damn graphic violence

i love movies, almost any movie, even bad ones, but this has GOT to be the worst thing ever ever ever that money was spent on. IMHO, anyhow

so i love all yer guys' guts, btw :)


A Butter Patty from: dq
on Friday, November 14, 1997 at 02:38:26 (PST)
You should look at thisweb page.

oh and heres a cool game


A Butter Patty from: Burt Reynolds
on Saturday, November 15, 1997 at 11:46:14 (PST)

snif :(


A Butter Patty from: Buford T Justice
on Sunday, November 16, 1997 at 20:28:04 (PST)


Burt,

I feel the biggest injustice to your career was Quinton's miscast of Pulp Fiction. clearly, you and Jerry Reed would have made the movie much more believable. No doubt Sally Field would smoke Uma Thurman! Consider Paul Williams as the Gimp! Chin up Burt, Hollywood has proved itself blind once more.

P.S. Are you still on Spilberg's Christmas Card List?


A Butter Patty from: Dave
on Sunday, November 16, 1997 at 21:12:59 (PST)

Sally Field is probably smoking Uma Thurman anyway...those Hollywood types are all perverts, ya know. It's the air out there...makes em all buggo, if you know what I mean. And as long as you're considering Paul Williams as the Gimp, trying considering Larry Bird in the part of Bruce Willis, and Divine(if s/he was still alive) as his french girlfriend...now THERE'S a movie fer ya. Just a thought.

Keep it real,
MicroMachine


A Butter Patty from: Quentin
on Sunday, November 16, 1997 at 21:45:40 (PST)

The Esmarelda Villalobos character was supposed to be French and not Hispanic?
Oh, fuck.


A Butter Patty from: Dave
on Sunday, November 16, 1997 at 23:01:00 (PST)

no actually I was thinking of the chick at the hotel with the weird face who wanted a pot belly, but as long as we're on the topic of Esmeralda, I think she could have been played beautifully by Ernest Borgnine...such depth, such drama...Oh Ernest, you most slippery and supple of cast members of "The Dirty Dozen"...What a great movie...Americans riff on Canadians for about 45 minutes straight, then the Canadians kick their asses all over boot camp, then they all get into a huge bar fight with some loggers, and then the unit is going to get split up and...oh well, just watch it for yourself.

Best wishes from the bottom of the dryer with all the other dirty socks,
Cheese Log


A Butter Patty from: Quentin
on Monday, November 17, 1997 at 12:16:19 (PST)

Indeed, the idea of Ernest Borgnine asking Bruce Willis, "What does eet feel like to keel a man?" is interesting, but I think Claude Akins could have done a lot with the role too. Claude also has the advantage of having portrayed a driver on TV.


A Butter Patty from: Paul Williams
on Wednesday, November 19, 1997 at 13:45:15 (PST)
You should look at thisweb page.

I'd have to check with my agent to see if I'd be free for any recasting of Pulp Fiction. This month, I'll be in Canton, Ohio, playing my one-man revue of Sesame Street songs that I've written over the year. If you're driving by to see the football hall of fame, stop by "Derby's" - attached to the Red Roof Inn on Route 173, and c'mon in and Sing, sing a song.
Next month, I'll be playing the part of "Jud" in the Waco Texas WinterStock version of "Oklahoma!" (also starring John Byner of "Soap" fame, and Ron "Horshack" Pallilo) a sure-fire blast of a good time for the whole darned family!


A Butter Patty from: Dave
on Saturday, November 22, 1997 at 00:23:23 (PST)

I actually saw Horshack in a production of this Christmas play at one of the theaters downtown a couple years ago...he got a nose job and a bunch of other alterations on his appearance...I think he put his name down in the program as Ronald. But no matter what he said or did onstage, I never stopped waiting for him to start going "ooh ooh" and waving his hand all frantically...never did tho. I think he played the devil in the play, and rather convincingly too...Apparently Ronald's kind of an asshole in person, I dunno, didn't meet him. I can just see all the people at the theater saying "Oh have you met Ronald, he's quite the asshole..." Theater talk is so funny.


A Butter Patty from: RudieGirl
on Sunday, November 23, 1997 at 17:13:54 (PST)

Mmmm...peanut butter. ;o)


A Butter Patty from: Skippy
on Monday, November 24, 1997 at 12:54:42 (PST)

Fuckin' aye, Skippy.


A Butter Patty from: JIF
on Monday, November 24, 1997 at 21:26:46 (PST)

Choosey moms chose JIF


A Butter Patty from: ^babybaby
on Tuesday, November 25, 1997 at 07:30:49 (PST)

I just wanted to take this time to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!!! It has been great being a part of ARF!!! You all have a great day!!!


A Butter Patty from:
on Tuesday, November 25, 1997 at 13:42:23 (PST)


HAPPY THANKSGIVING


A Butter Patty from: Skippy
on Tuesday, November 25, 1997 at 15:07:39 (PST)

Choose Skippy... recent scientific data reveal that JIF grows boils on the back of your skull.


A Butter Patty from:
on Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 09:25:47 (PST)
You should look at thisweb page.

During my thanksgiving break from school, I have tried to catch up on all my late night rake fighting. I have also made some changes to my web page. Putting the elvis link has added a way for everyone to send an elvis postcard. so visit often!
check out my page. i would like some feedback. thank you.



A Butter Patty from: Doc
on Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 12:06:51 (PST)

Angela,
On behalf of all your friends in the Barn, I would like to express my most sincere condolences on behalf of your grandmother. My heart goes out to you during this difficult time. Please remember that we are here for you if you need us.

Todd


A Butter Patty from: IForgot
on Thursday, November 27, 1997 at 00:52:52 (PST)


<< I saw you across a crowded room.
Among all the others that were there,
The lights seemed to shine down on you alone.
I knew then I had to have you for my own.
Willingly, you came with me to my home.
From the car, I carried you through the door.
Looking at you ,I admired your body,
your well shaped legs,and breasts.
Slowly I removed what wraps,
around your body so tighlty,
fitting you like a glove.
Exposing your tender white skin.
From your neck I removed your charms,
and carried you off in my arms,
to the warm water that awaits.
The water cascades down your neck,
flowing over your soft breasts then,
making your legs glisten with wetness.
Droplets of water cover your taut skin.
My hands rub your body, ummmmmmmmmmm
running them threw the beads of water.
Making them trickle down off your body.
I place my fingers inside you.
You are warm and moist,s o ready.
I carry your still dripping body,
to a laying place, so that I can
put inside you what was well
prepared to enter you before
we even came through the door.
As soon as I lay you down
your legs spread open wide.
You are ready now and so am I.
I put a little in slowly at first,
getting a feel for how much you can take.
I put in more, you take it willingly.
In anticipation, faster and faster
I put it in, pushing it in deeply
as far as I can,, until I can't
put any more in, you are so tight.
With your legs wrapped tightly,
not wanting to release any of it,
I make you so hot for a very long time,
until your sweet juices escape from within.
Then I taste you, with my tongue at first,
your skin is so soft and tender.
I taste more of you with my mouth,
you are so hot and moist, you taste so good.
Your juices coating my mouth,
making me drool in anticipation
of eating you more,with every taste.
"Oh yes", I say to you,


"Thank God for Butterball turkey.... Amen"

>>


A Butter Patty from:
on Thursday, November 27, 1997 at 15:52:21 (PST)

Helllllooooooooooooooooooooooo
Just a quick note to say hi n stuff. Diana and I shal be getting our account stuff set up here real soon. :) miss everybody.


A Butter Patty from: Cluelessss
on Friday, November 28, 1997 at 00:06:00 (PST)

{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{GROUP GROPE}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}
I missed you guys. I will be here whenever I get a chance to get to my sisters house seeing she is the one with the puter. BTW I want no crap about being on AOL since it is my sisters account and she won't change servers.I will see you guys later.


Hugs and Kisses to you guys

Laurie


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