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(BBC)   Uri Geller "mystified" by appearance of red letterbox in the middle of a bridge support over the Thames river. In related news, notorious publicity seeker and illusionist suffering from short-term memory loss   ( divider line
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2013-09-10 12:43:41 PM  
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johnny queso

Uri Geller, charlatan or charlatan?
You decide.

He's as legitimate as psychologists, profilers, and chiropractors.
2013-09-10 10:07:02 AM  
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eggrolls: PizzaJedi81: HotIgneous Intruder: Sarah Michelle Geller has a red box?

She did after we were through, anyway.

You're thinking Alyson Hannigan.

Alyson is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back. Alyson is like that.
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