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    How did you find CUF?
    Camleish showed me.

    What do you like about CUF?
    Hmm... let me get back to you on that one.

    What don't you like about CUF?
    A few people have said vBulletin, so I'll just go with that.

    How did you choose your moniker?
    My name is Geoff, but people have called me GEE-off a lot over the years.

    What do you do (other than read CUF)?
    I'm a political science student at the U and I play a lot of GTA and Modern Warfare.

    How many States have you lived in?
    Two; Utah and NY.

    What are your sports loyalties?
    BYU football/basketball, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Los Angeles Lakers, not the Jazz. In fact, I don't like Jazz fans and don't understand their intense distaste for the Lakers and Kobe Bryant. And yes, I realize that the teams I just named are very geographically disparate from one another.

    What's your standing in the church?
    I'm active and in good standing.

    Do you pee in the sink?
    If I can't make it to the toilet.

    When your kids get older, will you do drugs with them in order to teach them a responsible approach to drugs?
    I'll do drugs with them, but not to teach them a responsible approach to drugs.

    Are you looking forward to Art Vandelay's welcome question and what do you think it will be?
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    Why are you so creepy? How long have you been lurking?
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    You go to the U, yet you're a BYU fan; you failed to list a hockey team; and you're a Cubs fan.

    You've got a lot of work to do.

    Welcome aboard. We're happy to have you.

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    Welcome. A friend of Camleish should do well here.
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    Welcome Geeoff1, I am pleased that you chose to use the pellegrino-approved template to introduce yourself. Don't listen to Boylen, he's a Cards fan.
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    pellegino and I are happy to have you here.
    Ain't it like most people, I'm no different. We love to talk on things we don't know about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falafel View Post


    pellegino and I are happy to have you here.
    don't forget Mark Grace and Clark Addison.
    Dio perdona tante cose per un’opera di misericordia
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    Knock it off. This board has enough problems without a dose of middle-age lechery.

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    Two things, I think Camelish is the only other one to complain about VBulletin and B-since Camelish came from 1337 you are of the fruit of my loins. DDD will be along to talk about profile views, yet I just keep bringing people to the board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyFreeNorthwest View Post
    Two things, I think Camelish is the only other one to complain about VBulletin and B-since Camelish came from 1337 you are of the fruit of my loins. DDD will be along to talk about profile views, yet I just keep bringing people to the board.
    What the hell are you talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YOhio View Post
    What the hell are you talking about?
    Mind your business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pellegrino View Post
    don't forget Mark Grace and Clark Addison.
    well, I imagine that they'll be glad he's here, but their absence in this thread speaks otherwise.
    Ain't it like most people, I'm no different. We love to talk on things we don't know about.

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    Welcome to the CUF Family. The Godfather is indeed the greatest movie ever made; that is if you consider Godfather I and II as one movie. You can't separate them. Patton is a close second in my book. And remember, don't ever take sides with anyone against the Family. . .ever.
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    Welcome. I am glad to have you here.

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    Welcome to another Eagles fan.
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    Welcome Gee.

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    Welcome. That you don't understand why Jazz fans hate the Lakers and Kobe and now Karl Malone speaks volumes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by il Padrino Ute View Post
    Welcome. That you don't understand why Jazz fans hate the Lakers and Kobe and now Karl Malone speaks volumes.
    I am a Jazz fan who doesn't hate the Lakers, Kobe, or Karl Malone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    I am a Jazz fan who doesn't hate the Lakers, Kobe, or Karl Malone.
    Then you're either not a true Jazz fan or lying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by il Padrino Ute View Post
    Then you're either not a true Jazz fan or lying.
    I hate the Lakers, but not Kobe. And why would I hate the Mailman?

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    Welcome. The board always needs more BYU and Cubs fans.

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    Welcome, welcome

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    I was a poli sci major at the U who was, in my misspent youth, a BYU fan, so I think you are still salvageable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    I am a Jazz fan who doesn't hate the Lakers, Kobe, or Karl Malone.
    I'm not a Jazz fan... and I hate Kobe more than any other punk athlete.

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    Woo hoo I get to ask the question not banana boy.

    Both Stanley Roper and Ralph Furley were completly fine with a sexually active homosexual, Jack Tripper, renting from them, but neither was willing to rent out the upstairs apartment to a guy who had a platonic relationship with two girls (though each girl incorrectly assumed that Jack and the other one were doing something obscene in the kitchen >100 times). Here is my question why was San Diego was such an open-minded place in the late 70's until the early 80's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Vandelay View Post
    Woo hoo I get to ask the question not banana boy.

    Both Stanley Roper and Ralph Furley were completly fine with a sexually active homosexual, Jack Tripper, renting from them, but neither was willing to rent out the upstairs apartment to a guy who had a platonic relationship with two girls (though each girl incorrectly assumed that Jack and the other one were doing something obscene in the kitchen >100 times). Here is my question why was San Diego was such an open-minded place in the late 70's until the early 80's?
    I think three;s company took place in LA/Santa Monica.

    Jack tripper went to SDSU but the show didn't take place there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    I think three;s company took place in LA/Santa Monica.

    Jack tripper went to SDSU but the show didn't take place there.
    I thought Santa Monica was near San Diego...my bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Vandelay View Post
    Woo hoo I get to ask the question not banana boy.

    Both Stanley Roper and Ralph Furley were completly fine with a sexually active homosexual, Jack Tripper, renting from them, but neither was willing to rent out the upstairs apartment to a guy who had a platonic relationship with two girls (though each girl incorrectly assumed that Jack and the other one were doing something obscene in the kitchen >100 times). Here is my question why was San Diego was such an open-minded place in the late 70's until the early 80's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Vandelay View Post
    I thought Santa Monica was near San Diego...my bad.
    For locals, SD is a world away from LA. Heck, LA and OC are worlds apart in a lot of ways and they border each other, let alone driving all the way down to SD.

    Although in fairness, my observation turns out to be irrelevant (as is often the case!). Your intro doesn't necessarily preclude you from asking about the state of social tolerance in 60s and 70s San Diego. I, too, am interested in hearing the answer
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    Quote Originally Posted by pellegrino View Post
    don't forget Mark Grace and Clark Addison.
    And Mormon Red Death!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mormon Red Death View Post
    And Mormon Red Death!!!!
    Not until you restore your old avatar.
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    Also, I'm not so sure I'm glad this guy's here anymore. Only 1 post so far?!
    Ain't it like most people, I'm no different. We love to talk on things we don't know about.

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