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01-13-2016, 09:31 PM   #22636
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I can get on a jet in Dallas and be in Vegas in two hours......and make very good use of that blue pill malfunction, should it occur. It could be a Vegas legend......"Wow! That old guy could go and go and go! ....the squirrel he brought with him wasn't bad either!"

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
I can get on a jet in Dallas and be in Vegas in two hours......and make very good use of that blue pill malfunction, should it occur. It could be a Vegas legend......"Wow! That old guy could go and go and go! ....the squirrel he brought with him wasn't bad either!"
Rupert and his wingman Otis out on the tiles together ... lookout, ladies!
01-14-2016, 02:34 AM   #22638
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Rupert and his wingman Otis out on the tiles together ... lookout, ladies!
Yeah, and watch out for the old guy, too.
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and watch out for your nuts....

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"Wow! That old guy could go and go and go!
More like who's the dude walking like a pirate and why does he have a furry parrot?
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More like who's the dude walking like a pirate and why does he have a furry parrot?
You mean that man with the woody... leg?
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You mean that man with the woody... leg?
Arrg! you is right, matey!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
From Wiki

"It is one of the known cases of animals capable of reverting completely to a sexually immature stage..."


Even more from the Wiki:


Theoretically, this process can go on indefinitely, effectively rendering the jellyfish biologically immortal . . . . . . .




Yep.



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Theoretically, this process can go on indefinitely
Unfortunately, the process in Vegas would eventually end. Even Otis has his limitations.
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I thought the blue pills were for staying in the Matrix...


WARNING: If your sci-fi movie lasts more than four hours, it's one of the Matrix sequels, and your watch is broken.
I recently watched all three Matrix movies again. I'm not a movie buff, but I worship the original Matrix. Both for it's cinema work and it's theme, which by metaphor, is so many people today.

But the second and third sequels are just way too much of the fighting, light on the philosophy. I spent a lot of time doing other things, lots of BOW! BOOM! THUD! going in the background.

But the motorcycle chase scene with Trinity..............man! Speaking as a rider of many years, but not so for too many now.
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
"It is one of the known cases of animals capable of reverting completely to a sexually immature stage..."
QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Theoretically, this process can go on indefinitely, effectively rendering the jellyfish biologically immortal . . . . . . .
QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Unfortunately, the process in Vegas would eventually end. Even Otis has his limitations.
The problem is, you are focusing on the 'sex' part, not the 'immature' part. I have a friend who just became a grandfather and is STILL a juvenile delinquent. You can't be young forever, but you can always be immature.
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You can't be young forever, but you can always be immature.
Are you saying I am living proof?
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Are you saying I am living proof?
Well, you're not dead...
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Well, you're not dead...
Only parts of me....but by the grace of modern pharmaceutical magic, the dead can now be resurrected in all its glorious youthful splendor!
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Be careful with those things Rupert.

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