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Old 05-08-2019, 05:34 AM   #16
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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

True, but if you consider the violence in video games, Robocop is mostly tame and played for a LOT of laughs.

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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

They would just go to their friends and watch it anyway. Better they watch it with parents and are raised to understand reality vs fantasy than to be sheltered their entire lives and learn from their friends.

For me, I grew up with siblings that all had a favorite movie that they had to watch EVERY day, sometimes more than once. Beetlejuice for my sister. Keaton's Batman for my brother. Toy Story for my youngest brother. I still know every line of each of them, I think.
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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

A little different focus but still on point... I am visiting the US for a week. I came home to TCB on a few issues and my dance card is FULL.. My family have been bombarding me with requests for a visit...as long as I am the one who travels.

I have just flown over 3k miles yet they cant manage a 100 or 2?? Cheese and flipping crackers...

The only one who is coming (from Baltimore) is full of drama is my daughter who is bringing her deadbeat husband who I have never met and quite frankly was not in a big hurry to do so. FMTT.

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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

Gent, there is no accounting for tastes - including your daughter's taste in men. Or my step-daughter's taste as well. So I understand.
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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

FMTT??
Looked it up for definition in several places. 2 related to tennis, 1 to finance, 1 to Florida and a few other obscure meanings which surely have no bearing here. I'm stumped, but it must have something to do with travel.
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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

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FMTT??
Looked it up for definition in several places. 2 related to tennis, 1 to finance, 1 to Florida and a few other obscure meanings which surely have no bearing here. I'm stumped, but it must have something to do with travel.
I don't know that one either!

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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

Here's a possibility

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Re: How Did You Suffer For Family? (Keep it light)

AB nailed it!

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