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Aww Mimi, don't get too obsessed by Brokeback Mountain, that would not be good but it's a fantastic movie indeed, absolutely phenomenal music/soundtrack (good that it got an Oscar) and I've cried every time I've seen it too, I've seen it 3 times I think.

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thanks Maria, I wanted to, but i can't

the most painful but beautiful love film ever that is unforgettable for me

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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Oh I envy you, I could never work from home, toomany distractions.
What kind of business are you in if I may ask?

Hi Mimi! I'll go check the GM a bit then but there's no reason to take GM seriously.
Mainly programming, but I've also learned to wear many hats through the years. To earn extra money, I also take technical support calls and even sales calls sometimes. I can work any time of day or night if I want. I've been working at home since 1995. I don't see myself dressing up and going to work. I'm raising 2 boys 11&14 and love the flexibility to be able to tend to them when needed.
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still am obssessed with Brokeback Mountain since I watched it for the 1st time 4 months ago, still cried when watching the sad clips on youtube, and so sad that Ennis lost his beloved Jack in movie and Jack/Jake lost his Ennis/Heath in real life, oh god, why you are so cruel to take away Ennis and let poor Jack/Jake lives and get old alone

i guess i need to be sent to mental hospital, have never been so obssessed by another movie, the older i get, the more crazy I get

yesterday swam under a storm signal, luckily i needed not to be expelled from the pool and could swim for 40 minutes
Mimi, I cannot swim. I never learned. I can run for miles and miles, but can't swim to save my life.
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Mainly programming, but I've also learned to wear many hats through the years. To earn extra money, I also take technical support calls and even sales calls sometimes. I can work any time of day or night if I want. I've been working at home since 1995. I don't see myself dressing up and going to work. I'm raising 2 boys 11&14 and love the flexibility to be able to tend to them when needed.
I love your work, i love working at home. You know, my dream work is as a writer, so cool, my words can touch and inspire so many people but sadly i don't have good writing skills and lack of imagination

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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Mimi, I cannot swim. I never learned. I can run for miles and miles, but can't swim to save my life.
i don't swim well, I don't seem to float much above the water, must keep swimming or float down, the maximum that i can swim in one time , i guess, is only 50m?

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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Mainly programming, but I've also learned to wear many hats through the years. To earn extra money, I also take technical support calls and even sales calls sometimes. I can work any time of day or night if I want. I've been working at home since 1995. I don't see myself dressing up and going to work. I'm raising 2 boys 11&14 and love the flexibility to be able to tend to them when needed.
Oh it's great for you then. And for this kind of work one really doesn't need to go to some office every day.

I can swim OK and I like it but I'm not a pro swimmer of course. I like going to my spa's swimming pool. We have very few open air swimming pools because usually our summers are not that great and it's raining too often. But even the sea water was warm this summer with this long heat wave here. When I was a child I could be in the water the whole day and my mom was panicking and couldn't get me out of the water.

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i think the first time that i went to swimming pool, i was already 11? coz my family was poor and my mum was busily working to earn monies, no time (even if she had time, she didn't take us out that much as she loved staying at home) to take us to swimming pool

i don't remember how I learnt to swim, i guess no one taught me

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Oh, we learned to swim at school one year, I think I was 8 years old then.

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Oh, we learned to swim at school one year, I think I was 8 years old then.
wow, your school must be a very prestigoius and rich one, we used public swiimming pool, not many schools have swimming pools

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wow, your school must be a very prestigoius and rich one, we used public swiimming pool, not many schools have swimming pools
Hehe, well actually I went to our top school only for the senior high school.
My first school was very good too though. At that time they started to build new schoolhouses with swimming pools but we went to one sports club's swimming pool for the swimming lessons. It was OK that way.
Now there are swimming lessons in the school curriculum so all kids here must learn to swim but in the reality indeed, many (old) schools that don't have swimming pools don't teach kids to swim. I guess I was lucky.

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Pathetic play from Rafa now.. ugh.

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Swimming is big business in the US. We start taking our babies to swimming lessons at 6 months old. Swimming isn't part of the school curriculum here but there are private swimming programs all over the place. My kids are 11&14 now so they're no longer taking lessons. Some of their friends are still doing swimming meets (competition). We've moved on.
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hi all

i have no idea that rafa is playing bad? i have live coverage of Cinci, but the time is too late for me

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Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
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Swimming is big business in the US. We start taking our babies to swimming lessons at 6 months old. Swimming isn't part of the school curriculum here but there are private swimming programs all over the place. My kids are 11&14 now so they're no longer taking lessons. Some of their friends are still doing swimming meets (competition). We've moved on.
Yeah... and you have great swimmers, starting with Michael Phelps... I love to watch swimming too not just to swim.
Do your boys do any sports now?

Mimi, Rafa's doing OK I think, I saw some of the Dent match. The most important thing is to be healthy and in the best shape for the USO.

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