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  1. LeoRex
    09-14-2008 05:51 PM
    My b-day is on August 14th - just had my milestone 40th birthday - I am sure that the mid-life crisis is not that far behind - before you no it I will be out there pricing motorcycles To bad that I will have to wait almost a year for my b-day video - although I would not be opposed to a happy belated birthday video

    It is so great that you love history - The Tudors is one of my favorite shows as well - it is just so beautifully made and it's dedication to capturing the period is awesome.

    In watching your candid videos see that you don't have a TV - definitely should invest in a wide screen plasma - no better way to watch sci-fi TV or DVDs
  2. DWM222
    09-14-2008 01:38 PM
    My birthday is September 3rd-just missed it
  3. ugo
    09-14-2008 09:09 AM
    Oh thanks for me, Danielle. If Ugo can be that strong, I believe to take back. And' beautiful to be here with true friends. And to have known a beautiful and good girl as you, Danielle.
    My heart speaks to me, and saying: the girls of Rob are fantastic. The worth to be able to make a good figure to You, Danielle. But the respect for the other friends. I was born on January 29 (zodiac: aquarium).
  4. WhyYou
    09-14-2008 08:52 AM
    My birthday is July 9th
  5. Ryan
    09-14-2008 05:40 AM
    That's quite the toy collection you got there, D. A couple years ago, I bought one of those Fleshlights (www.fleshlight.com) - just to try it out, but, uh... I wasn't too impressed. I don't know if maybe I just didn't buy the right one or maybe if it's just that I wasn't born to use a Fleshlight, but... it just wasn't a very sexy experience. Not at all.

    Hmmm. I wonder what else they got...
  6. geolarson2
    09-13-2008 09:51 PM
    Hi there, Danielle-

    I noticed when posting a message to LeoRex that you liked historical novels. Have you read anything by Nigel Tranter (Scottish, largely medieval and early modern, well written). I recommend his Robert the Bruce trilogy. I also recommend the Sharpes novels by Bernard Cornwell (no relation to Patricia) as well as the Aubrey-Maturin novels of Patrick O'Brien (or maybe it was O'Brian), one of which was made into the Russell Crowe movie, Master and Commander. Its been a long while since I read any of them, or for that matter anything fiction; I spend most of my free time devouring National Geographic and Smithsonian magazines now, and sometimes take a foray into something spiritual, like the Tao te Ching (or Tao of Pooh which used Winnie the Pooh to teach Taoism), and when I'm especially daring, I might break out James: The Brother of Jesus by Eisenmann (a tough read). What can I say? Structures fascinate me, whether social or physical or philosophical. The Tao of Physics is an interesting read, too, but its been decades since I last read it (actually, now that I look at your birth date, the last time I read it you weren't even born yet). Thanks, now I feel old! Don't worry though, I'll get over it, someday, (Sniffle, sniffle ...) ;-)
  7. geolarson2
    09-13-2008 02:51 PM
    Hi there, Danielle,

    Thanks for the welcome. I've seen photos of Salem, and have long been fascinated by the Witch Trials. Two of my ancestresses were among that group--one we oldest women convicted & executed, the other was one of the 1st 3 women nicked--she died in Boston Jail waiting to be executed--doesn't give me the warm fuzzies, but it does give me pause any time I see anything that sounds or looks like a witch trial nowadays. But that was 400+ years ago, its been about 200 years since my family left New England for Pennsylvania & New York. And having said that, my brother & I were both born in Colorado, spent the majority of our lives living in the San Francisco Bay Area and now live in SE Reno. I would love to visit Salem sometime--its one of those places that you just have to go to, you know? But to live, personally, I think I'd rather live somewhere more like Portland, Oregon or maybe around Puget Sound, not necessarily in Seattle or Tacoma. I like the mountains, the ocean, lots of trees and love the rain. As for the site, I ched out the photos you posted already and the ones of you in that blue dress were simply fantastic--Rob is a genius with a camera, isn't he? And I love what he's done with FTV, Alison Angel & Lia 19. Not only is he a fantastic photographer from the glamour or simple nudes standpoints, but he's also a brilliant documentarian--I'd never joined a site like these before, and while there are some decent places to go to look at beautiful women, this was the only one that not only features beautiful women of varying body types, but also gives us the opportunity to hear her speak, to watch her move, and to see what sort of person she is--shy but with a mischievous streak buried underneath; confident but willing to push her own limits that much more; shy, maybe too shy right now, but willing to give it a shot, maybe even to come back and try again. Its just cool to see not only the body but also to catch a glimpse of something even sexier--her personality. Oh, and before I wax philosophical or poetic too much more, I want to say that a big part of what made up my mind to join FTV was stumbling across your sample photos about a month ago. Must go now and get ready for my nieces--I take care of them when their parents are working and I've had a few days of relative freedom to email back and forth with Rob who directed me here, but now they will get the bulk of my attention--maybe a walk to the park, followed by Star Trek with the little one goes down for a nap. 2 1/2 and she has a big crush on Spock (I got her one of those retro Spock toys I had when I was little; now she sleeps with it like its a Pooh Bear!). Cheers, Ms D.
  8. ugo
    09-13-2008 09:16 AM
    Happy feel her. You are a lot of sweet. Wishes for your school. And for this beautiful site.

  9. geolarson2
    09-13-2008 05:31 AM
    Hi ya, Ms Danielle--

    Lovely site for yet another lovely gentlewoman who has graced the webpages of FTV. Rob emailed me about it earlier this evening. I haven't joined a forum before (for that matter, I only joined FTV the other day, the first time I bothered to join a site, other than NEHGS). Speaking of the latter, I noticed a photo of you at Salem last Halloween--can you, if you have the time, tell me what Salem, or Danvers, is like? My great-great-great-&c. grandmother's house is there, now a museum, and was wondering if you'd taken in many of the sites. Not only have I never joined an online forum before, but I've only been east of Julesburg CO twice in my life, the farthest east to my Mom's hometown in upstate NY when I was something like 4. Anyway, as my little niece's hero (Spock) would say, "Fascinating." Cheers--
  10. LeoRex
    09-13-2008 01:40 AM
    Well I am absolutely glad that you found your way into the world of FTV - I have to say that you are the best thing that has happened to the site in quite some time - I look forward to all of your updates which I have no doubt will be absolutely exciting. I am the complete opposite - I watch a lot of sci-fi - I would love to get into the books, but at my job I find myself reading all day - on my off time I just don't want to read anymore However, I do a lot of lazy man's reading - I listen to a lot of audiobooks - tons of history stuff - it is my other passion Although sad to say a lot of folks find that boring.

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