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Old 02-21-2014, 12:43 PM   #21
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I'm not going toe to toe with anyone. I'd win

I still want to marry Sandra.
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Not sure what the discussion is all about. Sandra Bullock is a class act - she was awarded a Razzie and accepted it in person. Many actors and other professionals take themselves too seriously, she gave a good example of when to just enjoy the moment.

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Old 02-21-2014, 01:32 PM   #24
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I'm not going toe to toe with anyone. I'd win

I still want to marry Sandra.
If you were to marry Sandra, you wouldn't go toe to toe? I'm confused?

Well, she may be smart, but smart people also make bad choices. It would seem that marrying a 'bad boy' who was previously married to a porn star might be a bad choice. I'd be concerned about what she might have 'taken away' from that relationship.


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Old 02-21-2014, 01:42 PM   #25
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If you were to marry Sandra, you wouldn't go toe to toe? I'm confused?



Well, she may be smart, but smart people also make bad choices. It would seem that marrying a 'bad boy' who was previously married to a porn star might be a bad choice. I'd be concerned about what she might have 'taken away' from that relationship.





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Old 02-21-2014, 01:45 PM   #27
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Well.....at least this thread saves me the money of buying a National Enquirer.
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Old 02-21-2014, 03:01 PM   #29
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Not sure what the discussion is all about. Sandra Bullock is a class act - she was awarded a Razzie and accepted it in person. Many actors and other professionals take themselves too seriously, she gave a good example of when to just enjoy the moment.

And off to the Argument Clinic for anyone who disagrees!
It's refreshing to see that she doesn't seem to take her stardom too seriously.

The first movie I saw of her was "The Net".
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I'm fairly certain Sandra is just bumbling through her life now, since she realized that DW got to me first.
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In the voice over commentary on the movie, "Crash", the director, Paul Haggis, relates how one of his friends saw the movie and asked him, "Wow. How did you manage to get a good performance from Sandra Bullock, of all people?" Sums up my view of her as an actress.
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That's no way to talk about the woman I love.
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Sandra's in the Sally Field mode: cute and sexy.
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Even a better question:

If she said "YES" then what?
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(Really, give it some thought((if you want to)) and then get back to us.
DW would be unhappy (or perhaps not).
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Sandra's in the Sally Field mode: cute and sexy.
Oh, I have to disagree (somewhat). Sandra is WAY beyond cute......she's sexy, smart, unbelievably attractive. Nothing against Sally Field, but Sandra Bullock is way beyond that. To me, anyway. Of course, I don't know either one of them personally, so I may be wrong, but that's my opinion.........
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RAE...depends on your age I would think. I am 56.....Sally has my vote. Younger than me might go for Sandra......
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RAE...depends on your age I would think. I am 56.....Sally has my vote. Younger than me might go for Sandra......
Not necessarily. I'm 58, and Sandra gets my vote over Sally, by a longshot! Yeah, I know, I'm way too old for her (and I'm happily married), but still......a guy can dream a little right, right?
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Sandra Bullock. Very cute. I always get her confused with Julia Roberts for some reason.
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RAE...depends on your age I would think. I am 56.....Sally has my vote. Younger than me might go for Sandra......
Not sure why your age would favor Sally. Sandra is 49 and Sally is 67 years old.
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DW would be unhappy (or perhaps not).
Perhaps DW would feel a sense of relief.
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