View Poll Results: Should I be in this Soap Opera?

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Should I be in a soap opera?

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    Sounds like it's a win-win situation - even if you don't enjoy it much, you'll make some cash (or at the very least pick up a cheap TV) and be able to say you were in a TV show.
    Well, the TV I'm getting anyways. That's just here's a tv, give me money. And a 36" tv just for my computer isn't exactly a bare bones use.

    > I wasn't joking - be careful.
    I will, but he's a pretty straight forward guy. A little too nice. All the people downloading crap on his computer? He'd like to yell at them, but he can't just cause that's how he is. It wouldn't be fair or nice. He told them, I have stuff on my computer that's private. I don't look at the screen when you're using MY computer unless I'm invited to. Don't look at my stuff and I won't look at yours.

    And, my good friend of about 8 years is cousins with this guy.

    I just didn't meet him in some weird place. Everybody in town knows him, yadda yadda yadda.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    Originally posted by adrianxw
    I can hear it now...

    Guy: I'm really busy, but I promised I'd drop this off to a mate today, could you take it over there for me?
    Shadow: That's right over the other side of town!
    Guy: Yeah I know, sorry mate, but hell, I've done a lot for you and given you a load of things, it won't take you long.
    ...
    ...
    half hour later...
    ...
    ...

    FBI: You have the right to remain silent...
    Shadow: What's going on?
    FBI: Yeah, don't tell me, you had no idea the package contained heroine.
    Sniffer dog: Woof woof woof woof woof.

    ... hell, I've always said we have too much American TV on our domestic channels, on the other hand, maybe your mate needs a budding author?
    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOH, well, I refuse stuff like that. Hell, I hang out at the studio, quite often. But, I don't do anything like that. He has a high-school kid running those kinds of errands.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    Oooh!, what does this button do?
    i pushed that button but ermm... what does this button do ???

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    >>adrianxw
    Sniffer dog: Woof woof woof woof woof.

    ... hell, I've always said we have too much American TV on our domestic channels, on the other hand, maybe your mate needs a budding author?
    >>


    LOL!

    If you are going to write soap operas you should know the sniffer dogs are trained to come and sit next to you (the ones here any way).
    Try explaining that to a small child who just wants to pet the 'nice doggie' and is trying to chase it round the airport.
    "Man alone suffers so excruciatingly in the world that he was compelled to invent laughter."
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    >>> the sniffer dogs are trained to come and sit next to you

    Maybe, but we are talking about American soap operas...

    ...
    Sniffer Dog : <fx>dog walks over and sits down</fx>

    ... err, span of attention failure, change channels!
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.

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