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"The Fugitive" - that is very interesting. On German TV there I remember only the film starring Harrison Ford as Dr. Kimble. And the german naming would translate back to "being on the run" or "being on the lam" or something close to.

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Glad to hear it! And thanks for avoiding spoilerage!

I've been looking forward to checking out the show, but to be honest, when it comes

to viewing habits, Steph and I are kind of strange. For any given show, we're either

exactly 'on the same page' or we're at 'polar opposites'. Not much middle-ground.

So I appreciate the second opinion. ;)

I still haven't tried it, but Gimp has always sounded like a great program to check out.

And for people who are new to this sort of thing, it would certainly be worth getting

some experience with something like this before deciding whether it's worth it to

commit a lot of money to another program. :thup:

P.S. (Said in stern voice)

There is to be no 'cutting and pasting' of the "Steph and I are kind of strange" quote

for comedic purposes in any future posts! :D

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Okay, no cut, no paste, no quoting. How about citing ... => I need to get on the run now, don't I?

What do you think about this one:

:unsure: Why do people need to make an appointment before visiting a clairvoyant?

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I hope so. You can lock them all up, as far as I'm concerned.

I understand how they can be beneficial in many different ways.

And I admire the person who invented them. Probably a genius.

Although, if you believe the 'historical legend', this was a quirky

neurotic guy who for whatever reason just hated the social requirement

of holding doors open for women, which was well-accepted at the time.

'Genius' often works in mysterious and questionable ways. :P

So my imho bottom line is that all the great 'energy efficiency' and other

benefits of revolving doors don't negate the fact that they're totally insane.

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lol

Sorry, that one has an answer -- Coz the best clairvoyants will have lots of clients trying to see them, so clients need to know when it's their turn. :P

Great idea!

I hope so. You can lock them all up, as far as I'm concerned.

I understand how they can be beneficial in many different ways.

And I admire the person who invented them. Probably a genius.

Although, if you believe the 'historical legend', this was a quirky

neurotic guy who for whatever reason just hated the social requirement

of holding doors open for women, which was well-accepted at the time.

'Genius' often works in mysterious and questionable ways. :P

So my imho bottom line is that all the great 'energy efficiency' and other

benefits of revolving doors don't negate the fact that they're totally insane.

You are right. Just a small latch at one of the leaves and its lockable. Your legend is interesting.

But one thing you really can not do with a revolving door:

Slamming it :)

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Here's a new one.

How would you like to be the single most intelligent person in the world?

Sounds pretty good at first.

But when you think about it, no one else would be able to fully recognize

or acknowledge this fact! So it might actually turn into a 'living hell'.

At least 99% of us know exactly what this feels like! B)

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