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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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This weeks TV torture-fest is Steel Magnolias.Bring on the red wine!

Nooooooo! What are you trying to do to yourself??? Hysteria? Institutionalization? Medication?

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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West Side Story was on the other night,now that's a sad movie!Love all those old songs.

This weeks TV torture-fest is Steel Magnolias.Bring on the red wine!
You're barely holding onto your man-card right now. It's a good thing your web site has a picture of a bloody knee on it.

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [jenhs] [ In reply to ]
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Don't worry I'm hard at training for Shelbys' sad demise.I'm stuck here in Penticton 'til the 19th and I'm sick of training alone so to pass the time today I'm in my favourite coffee shop watching clips from musicals on YouTube.So far, I've gone through West Side Story(again),My Fair Lady,Oliver,Camelot and just got a lump in my throat over Brian Stokes Mitchells' stage version of The Impossible Dream from Man of La Mancha.I will soon have to ask the waitress to hide all the sharp objects in the cafe before I do some serious damage to myself.Either that or move to San Francisco. ;)


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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [TriStrut] [ In reply to ]
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Look's like the man card is gone.I was born in the wrong era to be considered manly these days as I like musicals and I'm far too nice to women. ;)


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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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I hope you aren't at the Starbucks or I'll lose all faith in you.

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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Look's like the man card is gone.I was born in the wrong era to be considered manly these days as I like musicals and I'm far too nice to women. ;)

Now, now - I wouldn't say that being nice to women is a reason to lose your man card (and I certainly wouldn't say that on the women's forum :-P). Liking musicals on the other hand...

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [jenhs] [ In reply to ]
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No way,I'm at The Bellevue where the girls are much cuter.I've been here for nearly five hours now and the waitresses think I'm nuts.

I have though, been trying to find a way to legitimise my musical watching by finding these three manly men who have sung in musicals.

Clint Eastwood aka Dirty Harry in Paint Your Wagon.

Hugh Jackman aka Wolverine in The Boy From 0z.

Pierce Brosnan aka James Bond in Mamma Mia.

So if those guys think it's all good then I'm happy.

BTW,Priscilla Queen of the Desert is on right now. Ooops,there I go again!

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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Clint Eastwood aka Dirty Harry in Paint Your Wagon.

Classic!!

Priscilla is good for all genders because it is so frikking hilarious. There was another drag queen film done by Hollywood: To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, which is NOT acceptable.

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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No way,I'm at The Bellevue where the girls are much cuter.I've been here for nearly five hours now and the waitresses think I'm nuts.

I have though, been trying to find a way to legitimise my musical watching by finding these three manly men who have sung in musicals.

Clint Eastwood aka Dirty Harry in Paint Your Wagon.

Hugh Jackman aka Wolverine in The Boy From 0z.

Pierce Brosnan aka James Bond in Mamma Mia.

So if those guys think it's all good then I'm happy.

BTW,Priscilla Queen of the Desert is on right now. Ooops,there I go again!

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How about Marlon Brando in Guys and Dolls ?

(fine, revoke my card too)...

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [TriStrut] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [cuds] [ In reply to ]
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Oh shit,you made me laugh out loud in public!

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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NICE! :D


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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [cuds] [ In reply to ]
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Man...I walked right into that one...

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [TriStrut] [ In reply to ]
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hehehehehehe :P


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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [cuds] [ In reply to ]
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Just wait....revenge is a dish best served cold.....

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [TriStrut] [ In reply to ]
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I live in Canada... don't you know everything is cold here?


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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [jenhs] [ In reply to ]
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count me in to the boohoo club.... I'm a sap!



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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [TriStrut] [ In reply to ]
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The only time a man is allowed to cry watching TV or a movie is when a dog dies defending its master.

Your speed matters a lot, sometimes you need to be very fast, where sometimes you need to breakdown your speed.
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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [KT-tri] [ In reply to ]
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Did you see the video Simon Lessing posted in the Tri forum? Yup, got me hard. Tears running down the cheeks and everything.

http://www.youtube.com/...ser=athletesforacure

Incredible story

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [jenhs] [ In reply to ]
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Wow... two of the kids are named after firearms. Ummmmm, scary?


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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [jenhs] [ In reply to ]
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Ok People, You call yourself triathletes?!?

Nobody here cries while watching Ironman races on TV?

Please don't tell me i am the only one!

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [photoguy] [ In reply to ]
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Oh yeah, I cry.

I cry over everything.

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"In order to keep a true perspective on one's importance, everyone should have a dog that worships him and a cat that will ignore him." - Dereke Bruce
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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [Ultra-tri-guy] [ In reply to ]
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Look's like the man card is gone.I was born in the wrong era to be considered manly these days as I like musicals and I'm far too nice to women. ;)


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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [photoguy] [ In reply to ]
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Totally....Blaze? I cry like a baby each and every year, even if it only means remembering what he stood for. When they show the cutoff and the people missing it by 5 seconds? I'm a wreck. I'm terrified that's going to be me and I cry for all of their training. I cry when I'm racing and I see the signs that say things like "Go Daddy" or "My mom rocks". Cried last month during Great Illini when a mom was turning for lap 3 of the run and her girls ran into the road to give her high 5's! Cried as I was halfway through the bike course at Muncie this year - riding in the torrential rain - thankful for the opportunity to even attempt the race and enjoy it. I'm on the extreme end of emotional and empathetic!!!

First 140.6 in a month - I'll be a wreck for most of it, I'm sure!! I've told my Mom to be ready with the Kleenex!

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Re: Who cries when watching TV? [photoguy] [ In reply to ]
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The Hawaii IM human-interest story that got me (still does) is the one about the dad whose sick child who wrote a letter to get him a lottery slot, but died before the race.

When they show the dad slogging along on in the dark on the run, saying he never wanted the run to end, cause it was the last gift she'd ever give him...

Darn it, I misted up just writing it.
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