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    Gerard Butler's Future Wife
  1. Hi, I just saw your message....from Aug. So sorry, I haven't been here for a long time. I love outlander. Have you read "Into the Wilderness"? It is a series of five books. But they are sooooo good. Even DG praised her work. They are by Sara Donati.

  2. Is it just me, or does he look perpetually pissed off? He looks mad. I don't like it that he's mad. Someone, please tell this man a joke!! :-)
  3. LOL it's a deal! If I ever get to have a nookie badge from Gerry... if I don't have a heart attack from the shock of having his lips on me, I'll share my secret! LOL

  4. HAHAHAHAHA!!! Love Monty Python! "I will not buy this record, it is scratched!"
  5. Greenie, when you figure out how to get a nookie badge from Gerry, do let me know! :-)

  6. Wow! Katja, we share a lot in common! My family is from Denmark and I'm also 27! Though, I'm a couple of weeks older! I was born 9 June 1981 - weird! :-)

  7. Well for a cheap show in Vegas, it's pretty much the status quo. Although, there's not just the light show over there, they don't call it an "experience" by accident. There are a lot of cool little venues up there after the renovation, and you get a flavor of "old" Vegas without emptying your pocketbook. Jillian's on the corner of Freemont is the best place in Vegas to see local bands, and just two blocks east, is the Beauty Bar, an old beauty salon that they turned into a really hip dance club. They've also got great shows out in the beer garden, and the cover is really cheap - only $5. Just thought she might also want something a little off the beaten path. Everyone who vacations in Vegas seems to buy their 190 Octane from Fat Tuesday's and hike up and down the strip, they catch a show, lose a lot of money - but not everyone gets to see the local side of Vegas, which is far more affordable. check out lasvegasweekly.com I believe the Bodies exhibit is still at the Tropicana, as well as the Titanic.
  8. Okay, so as a resident of Las Vegas, I'd like to do what I can here. I'd be happy to help with any questions you might have. The Cirque shows are by far my favorite. Zumanity (at the New York New York) is the more "adult" of the shows, and KA (at the MGM) is absolutely beautiful. LOVE, the Beatles Cirque show (at the Mirage) is amazing! And "O" (at the Bellagio) is incredible - possibly the best Cirque show. As far as price, true they are expensive, but they're worth it. Mystere (at Treasure Island) might be the least expensive of all of the Cirque Shows. The Criss Angel show "Believe" will be at the Luxor. La Reve is a show very much like Cirque du Soleil, but it's over at the Wynn. The Wynn Casino is definitely worth seeing, and if you can, you could catch Spamalot at the Wynn. It's closing next year, so see it while you can. By October, Bette Midler tickes will be available again at Caesars. She replaced Celine Dion as the headline show at the Colosseum. Cher is coming too, but not until May I think. I hear Bette's show is supposed to be really spectacular. But there are other shows like Carrottop, and Danny Gans, that are worth seeing. Penn & Teller are great too. I would recommend The Amazing Jonathan. He's a really funny comedian/magician. I believe Terry Fador has a show here too now - he's the ventriloquist who won America's Got Talent last year. I'm surprised no one mentioned the Freemont Experience. If you're going for an inexpensive, and characteristically "Las Vegas" type experience, head up to Freemont Street. The Stratosphere is also an option - and both are close to each other. Since you're staying at the MGM, the New York New York is right across the street. There's the huge roller coaster, and one of the most popular Irish Pubs in town. Nine Fine Irishmen is definitely worth going to. Though, if you want to visit an authentic Irish Pub, go to JC Woughlihan's at the JW Marriot. Definitely bring your walking shoes. By October, the weather will be perfect. No more of these monsoons!!! And it will have cooled off by then. And if you can help it, don't bother with the Monorail. It's kind of a rip off. If there's anything else I can help with, let me know! :-)
  9. I agree with many of you. I would really like to see him play Burns. As far as recasting, it'd be interesting to see him play Henry VIII in the Tudors. Ray Winstone did a great job, but I think Gerry could really bring that machismo that Henry VIII had. What about Prince Henry from 'Ever After?' And as much as I heart Jason Statham, he could totally have played Handsome Rob in the Italian Job. Oh, what about Charlie Croker?
  10. Thanks! I'm trying to spruce my personal page up a bit, so I'll look a little more interesting! :-) I've posted some more writing as well.

    Thanks for stopping by! :-)

  11. I love your personal statement! :)

    "I'm a writer, a lover, an idiot, a musician, a liar, a fool, and connoisseur of strange phrases. Observer, debator, boundary breaker."

  12. I had something vaguely similar to this at one point. Where you really analyze your physical appearance and discover very strange little details. Nice. Your line breaks are nicely placed. I assume you're aware of the rhyme scheme? It'd be cool to see how you played with it more. :-)
  13. Greetings and Salutations! I figured I would open a thread for comments regarding all that Hatfield stuff. Several of you have voiced your comments, and I totally appreciate them! Please, I would love to hear more about what you think! Any ideas, questions, concerns, anything. I'm really looking for an audience, so I'm grateful to anyone who takes the time to read my story. Thanks again, and I hope you enjoy! PS - I'll be posting Part Five as soon as I have it written. It's still mulling around upstairs at the moment! :-) Eddie Hatfield Thread
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