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Old 12-28-2005, 10:17 AM   #1
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Kennedy Awards

Did anyone watch this show last night? Had Robert Redford as one of the recepients. It was the first time I ever watched this and really surprised at how the actors have changed. They showed clips of their life and would never believe same people. Paul Newman also was there and hard to recognize. That is to me anyway. This takes no credit from the achievements they have made in their lives. As they said, only made our lives richer with what they have done. President Bush was swinging with the music. Didn't think he had emotions like he showed. Wonder if he plays instrument? Of course, his wife was the way she always is. Caroline Kennedy was there but I knew who she was. Oh, Tony Bennett looked the same. Maybe they had plastic surgery and Redford didn't. I just wonder how old Redford is. Sure looked great in a baseball uniform when he was young. Did anyone see the movie about a horse? Durn, I am lousy at remembering all details.

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Old 12-28-2005, 02:13 PM   #2
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Horse Whisperer. That was a good one. I liked it. I don't think I saw anything about the Kennedy Awards, never even heard of them. Maybe they don't show them here in Canada.
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Old 12-28-2005, 02:49 PM   #3
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i think you guys have the canadee awards...

they give you a statue of a golden "A".

then everyone comes up to you and says, "that's some a, eh? did you see when they gave it to him, he cried, and kissed his a"...

ba dum dum...
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Old 12-28-2005, 05:39 PM   #4
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Robert Redford

Horse Whisperer! Alix, you cry? I couldn't believe she left him, could you? Fool. What about the baseball one, you see it? Guess i have to ask around here if they can help me. Cried at that one too. He has such an innocent look. Still does. Thanks Alix. I forget that not everyone living where i do. sorry.
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Old 12-28-2005, 05:48 PM   #5
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The Natural, I LOVED that one. I own it. I really liked the Horse Whisperer, but I was really rooting for her to go back to her husband. They needed to resolve all of that before she jumped into something new. LOL. I am such an old stick in the mud sometimes. No romance in my soul. But yes, I cried too!
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Old 12-29-2005, 08:53 AM   #6
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. He has such an innocent look. Still does. .
like an innocent iguana. man, the sun does some damage to your skin.
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:05 PM   #7
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Thank you, Alix! Natural so appropriate description of Robert Redford He doesn't seem like he worries too much about his looks. I could be wrong. how many times have you watched that movie this year? I just have never seen movie where wasn't a good one. I loved the movie with Paul Newman was that Sundance Kid? Did you get to see that? What about the part where he offered Demi Moore MILLION dollars to spend one night with her? did you get to see that? mmmmmmmmmmmmm At the Kennedy awards they showed part where they had to jump from side of mountain into a river and Redford said he would jump because he couldn't swim. Best part of that movie. buckytom, you are right the sun does affect most of us. But how can you avoid it? Redford so interested in environment. Not just a pretty boy.
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Old 12-29-2005, 01:14 PM   #8
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A Million bucks to spend a night with Robert Redford....hmmmm. If I were not married to the hunkiest guy in town I would be all over that like jam on a bun. However...Ken would be a teensy bit irate I think. Although, with all the Christmas bills coming in, maybe he wouldn't mind so much. LOL.

ITK, did you see the one where he was a retiring spy who trained Brad Pitt? I can't remember the name of that one. Some CIA term I think...it will come to me later. I liked that one a lot. Well thought out plot and a good twist at the end.
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I liked him better when he was less wrinkly.
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The one with Demi was "Indecent Proposal" I would've loved to knock her lights out %$@%
The one with Brad Pitt was "Spy Game" Didn't see this one.
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