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    geno (@ 61.2*) on: Fri Oct 15 08:57:18 EDT 2004




    >> In spite of all the troubles the tribe of KB's sort take to make our women "post modern" still semblance of sense is seen around our daily life! >>

    What is "sense seen in our daily life"??

    Does "Punnakai" and "unnAl mudiyum thambi" decided that? or "avaL oru thodarkathai" influenced it??!!

    째ʾ - Ţ § - Φ Ǣ¢ "򨾧" 󧾸츢 Ţ Ţ â?!!

    , , , , ֽ - Ȣ Ţš 즸? 򾡧 - Ƣ - â¡ - 측즸󧾡?

    .¢ Ҹ Ȣ á źħ!





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    geno (@ 61.2*) on: Fri Oct 15 08:57:56 EDT 2004




    "Day to day" life- "ƒ " - ġ ƒ -

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    * ɢ 򾢧
    * Ҿ šҸ

    - á " " Ȣǡ츢!

    Ǣ ǡ, â ǡ !!

    Ǣ - Ģ - 즸 - Ģ ¢츢!

    ;=)))





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    ukw (@ 128.*) on: Fri Oct 15 10:07:27 EDT 2004




    **who cares about what Matthew Duren thinks about the film**

    I DO. I respect men like him who can understand the the real problem very well. Men like him can compete to get the "muthalidam" from good matured tolerant non-cheating women. If the # of Mrs Johnsons goes more and more, the *mudhalidam* will not be secured for women, imho. Well who cares about MY opinion. I DO! )))





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    geno (@ 61.1*) on: Fri Oct 15 11:32:07 EDT 2004




    dear friend ukw!!

    >> Well who cares about MY opinion. I DO! ))) >>

    well well well!!

    SO is this opinion your "static" opinion or "dynamic" opinion?!!

    Im asking this coz your opinion has "morphed" into different forms in different threads in different periods!!!

    Truly your adaptation of opinions is amazing!

    ;=))))





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    ukw (@ 128.*) on: Fri Oct 15 11:42:21 EDT 2004




    Well, I dont remember I am supporting Mrs. Johsons?

    Why dont you QUOTE where do I support cheating Mothers, Please??????

    Hope you UNDERSTAND My QUESTION. MY Supporting CHEATING MOTHER??????







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    Pavalamani Pragasam (@ 220.*) on: Fri Oct 15 11:47:13 EDT 20




    Good, ukw!

    Ũ! Ģ ( Ǣ£θ) 𺢨 ¡ 츢§, ç "ƒ " ȢӸġ 측 Ţ! ġ Ţ! 즸 ¡ ġ, ̾ šΧš. Ҹ ɡ Ţ!





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    Pavalamani Pragasam (@ 220.*) on: Fri Oct 15 11:48:18 EDT 20




    "ؾ " о ո!", , , ֽ"- ġ 츢 ոȡ, ͨ Чš ! 즸 ¢. Ģ… 𨼨 츢Ţ !I do consider it an insult to my sensibility to be repeatedly forced to feel nauseated by totally unwomanly, undignified themes & dialogues in cinema. I am not a person to shrug certain things off as "fadaafat"! AND I AM NOT ALONE! The MEDIA is dominated by a bunch of perverted, talented, money-swindling personalities!





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    geno (@ 61.1*) on: Fri Oct 15 11:54:22 EDT 2004




    Well - let us see How many americans Hate "Scarlett O' Hara" of the "Gone with the wind" - written by Margerett mitchell, next!!!

    "Gone with the wind" is considered one of ALl-time great modern novels ever, and the Film based on that novel of the same name - is counted in every other All-time great English Movies,in a myriad different yardsticks of lists!





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    geno (@ 61.1*) on: Fri Oct 15 11:55:32 EDT 2004




    ================================================
    Excerpts of the Plot of the film :

    Katie Scarlett O'Hara, the main protagonist of the novel Gone With the Wind, is a pretty, coquettish Southern belle who grows up on the Georgia plantation of Tara in the years before the American Civil War. Selfish, shrewd and vain, Scarlett inherits the strong will of her father Gerald, but also desires to please her well-bred, genteel mother Ellen.

    In the face of hardship, Scarlett shoulders the troubles of her family and friends as women usually did on the plantations. Scarlett loves Ashley Wilkes, her aristocratic neighbor, but marries three other men through the course of the narrative.





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    geno (@ 61.1*) on: Fri Oct 15 11:55:52 EDT 2004




    Scarlett's internal conflict between her feelings for the Southern gentleman Ashley, who is married to Melanie, and the sardonic, opportunistic Rhett Butler embodies the general position of the South in the era of the war.
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    The movie won 10 diffeerent oscars in the year 1942, besides being nominated for 5 other oscars!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gone_With_the_Wind

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarlett_O%27Hara





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