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View Poll Results: Name the actor
John Wayne 0 0%
Bruce Willis 1 5.88%
Stephen Segal 0 0%
Clint Eastwood 3 17.65%
Jimmy Stewart 1 5.88%
Bill Clinton 1 5.88%
Ronald Reagan 0 0%
Clark Gable 1 5.88%
Walter Cronkite 0 0%
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Old 05-21-01, 07:13 PM   #1
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Who is the actor who spoke these lines in a movie?

"You idiot! You fool! I might have killed you with a karate chop!"

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"You fool, you have broken my pointing stick! I have nothing to point with, now!"

and whose co-actress spoke,

"Why is it so many men smoke afterwards? No wonder the tobacco companies get rich!"

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1) John Wayne: "Well, ya broken ma poyntn' stick!"
2) Bruce Willis: "Yippe ki-yay, you broke my stick..."
3) Stephen Segal: "?"
4) Clint Eastwood: "You broke my pointing stick."
5) Jimmy Stewart: "Y-y-you broke my shtick, n-now..."
6) Bill Clinton: "My fellow Americans..."
7) Ronald Reagan: "Well, there you go again..."
8) Clark Gable: "You broke my stick, but frankly, I don't give a damn..."
9) Walter Cronkite: "You broke my stick, and that's the way it was..."
10) Peter Sellers: "You fool! You have broken my pointing stick! I have nothing to point with, now!"

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Old 05-21-01, 09:18 PM   #2
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Look, this is a cycling website. What's all this?

This guy has entirely too much time on his hands. Why aren't you out cycling? Geezy-peezy.
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Old 05-21-01, 09:25 PM   #3
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YEAH PETE!!!! Why the heck don't you get out and ride like the rest of us??? huh?
goodness gracious, why do you have to make me yell at you? I mean, you could just "be" outside riding without me having to tell you...

j/k of course
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eGads, pete has 666 posts! Its a sign!
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eGads, pete has 666 posts! Its a sign!
Pete; as a young boy.
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Yes, the number 666...

I also have the ability to spin my head 360 degrees, which helps me spot traffic.

A friend of mine (a somewhat religious person,) broke down under pressure one day and stopped in at a Starvin' Marvin (convenience store) for a girlie mag. When, in spite of a twinge of guilt, he presented it with his other items for payment, the cashier rung up, $6.66.

My friend left the girlie mag at the store.
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Oooooh-Eeeeeee-Ooooooh!
It IS a sign!
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Pete, I have had my total cost at Wally World ring up at $6.66. I usually say to the cashier after the price is told, "Er, excuse me, I think I'll also add this pack of gum."
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Look, this is a cycling website. What's all this?

This guy has entirely too much time on his hands. Why aren't you out cycling? Geezy-peezy.
Ok, I'm beginning to see the light. This is where you guys (and gals) let off excess steam.

Right! Well, here's my 2 cents:

"Exorcise" the roadways so we can "exercise" the roadways. Pete Clark, I wish I had your field of vision
(ha, ha).
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m,mmm Karate chops. Are they marinated ? Doh!
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OK, let's stop resurrecting these OLD posts.
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