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    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    Impressive use of that reference, man.

    Does the Real Life Frank Lee often get the opportunity to quote Shakespeare?
    Thank you.

    Mostly to Himself in situations where the Bard can best provide Him with a simple (if elegant) reminder of how the world works. A favorite of Frank's:

    KING LEAR:
    What, art mad? A man may see how this world(165)
    goes with no eyes. Look with thine ears: see how yond
    justice rails upon yond simple thief. Hark, in thine ear:
    change places; and, handy-dandy, which is the justice,
    which is the thief? Thou hast seen a farmer's dog bark at
    a beggar?(170)
    GLOUCESTER:
    Ay, sir.
    KING LEAR:
    And the creature run from the cur? There thou
    mightst behold the great image of authority: a dog's
    obeyed in office.
    Thou rascal beadle, hold thy bloody hand!(175)
    Why dost thou lash that whore? Strip thine own back;
    Thou hotly lust'st to use her in that kind
    For which thou whipp'st her. The usurer hangs the
    cozener.
    Through tattered clothes small vices do appear;(180)
    Robes and furred gowns hide all. Plate sin with gold,
    And the strong lance of justice hurtless breaks:
    Arm it in rags, a pigmy's straw does pierce it.

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    T4D, Frank Lee is not surprised that you came up with a cornucopia of thoughtful questions. He will answer on or about Monday.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly View Post
    So FL should do a "x vs. y" and then explain?

    Thank you.

    PS--Gillies should have tried Mr. John Wensink, but he chose rather to pick on Lady Byng types like Rick Middleton, leaving Taz with no choice but to sacrifice his giant head over and over to a man much larger than he.
    Yes "x vs y" plus would be nice.

    “I hold the world but as the world, Middleton; A stage where every man must play a part, And mine is a sad one” - Clark Gillies

    Fair game though I think Frank Lee would agree if Jethro had to look for people larger or tougher than himself to fight there may not have been very many fights available to him? Also a good many of those who had the oppotunity to taste Gillies bloody knuckles trod upon a certain #22 a little too often therefore encouraging the wrath of #9. My memory is a little vague on all the details but I seem to remember a rather raucous playoff between our teams with violence being a sword both teams wielded willingly. I don't think Jethro needed to fight Ogie Ogilthorpe to prove how tough he was, the Flyers helped him do that pretty early on in his career. btw Mr Gillies introduced an old friend of mine to his wife. He thought they were a good match, I've often wondered if that was because of personalities or weight class.....

    My personal fave beatdowns were always Dave Schultz, Tiger Williams and Ed Hospodar. I had no love lost on the Bruins but the Flyers & Leafs were always favorite enemies. Hockey is lost on me these days, my once proud Islanders are but a joke now.

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    "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" is a line from the 1939 film Gone with the Wind starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankly...7t_give_a_damn

    How does this relate to Frank Lee, and how does he feel about it ?

    Also, is the bassist 'Flea' any connection ('Flea' being noticeably close to 'F Lee') ?

    And are you related to 'Overtly', or 'Openly', being as 'overt' and 'open' are similar in meaning to 'frank', and of course all of them are 'Lees' ?
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    Next!

    Give it to Jolly!
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    Jolly doesn't want it

    Frank Lee where the heck did you go?

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    It was my questions (including this one) wasn't it ? Oh lawdy, now i've expanded my debateable 'talents' to include snuffing out the Well.

    I'm going to go into a dark corner now and be very very quiet for a while, i feel guilty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crusty philtrum View Post
    Oh lawdy, now i've expanded my debateable 'talents' to include snuffing out the Well.
    It's a shame you're only discovering this now. You could have saved poor BP a tonne of money when that oil well blew up in the Gulf of Mexico.
    I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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    i think frank lee has taught us all a meta lesson

    well played, sir
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    Other than music, what are your other hobbies?

    Do you collect anything?

    Favorite activities?

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    Frank Lee
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    Arrives in his own time

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    Quote Originally Posted by tone4days View Post
    what is your highest level of education

    where were you born? what is your age?

    what is your occupation

    what is the single most important accomplishment you'd like to achieve before you draw your final breath

    what accomplishment have you achieved that is your proudest

    what accomplishment have you achieved that is your most profound regret

    what do we not know about you that you'd like us to?

    what do we think we know about you that is false

    what are some of the philosophical truths that guide you in your day-to-day?

    what did your parents/family of origin do well that you hope to emulate?

    what did your parents/family of origin do not well that you hope to improve upon ?

    favorite childhood memory?

    tell us one thing that was true about you 5 years ago that is no longer true and you are happy that it is not true

    tell us one thing that was true about you 5 years ago that is no longer true and you are sad that it is not true

    tell us one thing that is not true today but you hope will be true about you in 5 years that you welcome

    tell us one thing that is not true today but that is likely to be true about you in 5 years but that you hope to avoid

    tell us of your most influential romantic relationship - how did it start - how did it end (if it has ended) - how did it influence who you are today

    what one thing (that is not about your physical appearance) would you change about yourself today if you had a magic wand that would serve this purpose

    Frank Lee apologizes. It has been a busy period. SWGBTFFL (She Who Gave Birth to Frank Friggin' Lee) had cancer, and now doesn't. Frank Lee became a chicken farmer. Etc.

    1. He has one Master's degree and is working on His thesis for his second (different subject)

    2. Western Massachusetts. Timeless (43)

    4. Cliche, but having kids with good self-esteem

    5. Seeing Frank Lee, Jr. progress -- He has some quirks and struggles with stuff.

    6. Not speaking up at times when He should have.

    7. Frank Lee is not Canadian

    8. I am not DLT, I am Frank F'ing Lee

    9. The golden rules of Frank Lee: I. a) Deny everything b) Demand 110% proof c) Make counter-accusations. II. Do unto others before they do unto you.

    10. Humor

    11. Anxiety, judgement, and grudge-holding

    12. Driving to and from Salisbury Beach, MA in His father's Porsche 914 (the Poor Man's Porsche). That and when He held court in the temple with a bunch of bearded dudes whilst His mom and dad looked for him (this was before Amber Alerts)

    13. In a psychologically toxic working environment

    14. Frank Lee needs to lose 25

    15. Frank Lee will have his degree

    16. Hmm...hopefully FL will be in better shape

    17. MFL (Mrs. Frank Lee). Still going and going well. Long story.

    18. Good question. If anything, Frank F. Lee wishes He discovered mindfulness when He was ten or so.

    Thank you. You are a good dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wattage View Post
    Frank Lee's Ultimate Death Match in each of the following -

    Hockey?

    Music?

    Literature?

    SDUGF?

    Thank you
    Hmm.

    Hockey: let's pick the two best hockey names:

    Jean-Luc Grand-Pierre vs. Pierre-Luc Letorneau-LeBlond.

    Grand-Pierre wins, just due to the translation of his last name.

    Literature: Old English vs. Middle English

    Frank Lee prefers the OE. Even though Chaucer had a richer palette of characters from which to paint, OE's unique combination of alliteration and apposition cranks Frank's crank on an almost daily basis.

    Music:

    Original lineup Byrds vs. Clarence White lineup:

    It's hard to argue with Gene Clark. CW is one of FFL's all time faves, but original wins.

    SDUGF: Super Fuzz Pi vs. Big Al:

    Big Al loses, as it appeared that he was doing it on purpose.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wattage View Post
    Yes "x vs y" plus would be nice.

    “I hold the world but as the world, Middleton; A stage where every man must play a part, And mine is a sad one” - Clark Gillies

    Fair game though I think Frank Lee would agree if Jethro had to look for people larger or tougher than himself to fight there may not have been very many fights available to him? Also a good many of those who had the oppotunity to taste Gillies bloody knuckles trod upon a certain #22 a little too often therefore encouraging the wrath of #9. My memory is a little vague on all the details but I seem to remember a rather raucous playoff between our teams with violence being a sword both teams wielded willingly. I don't think Jethro needed to fight Ogie Ogilthorpe to prove how tough he was, the Flyers helped him do that pretty early on in his career. btw Mr Gillies introduced an old friend of mine to his wife. He thought they were a good match, I've often wondered if that was because of personalities or weight class.....

    My personal fave beatdowns were always Dave Schultz, Tiger Williams and Ed Hospodar. I had no love lost on the Bruins but the Flyers & Leafs were always favorite enemies. Hockey is lost on me these days, my once proud Islanders are but a joke now.

    Frank Lee cannot argue, but one has to give credit to Terry for getting his large Canadian head beat in and then immediately getting up and talking smack to the guy who kept beating him up. An inspiration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusty philtrum View Post
    "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" is a line from the 1939 film Gone with the Wind starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh.



    How does this relate to Frank Lee, and how does he feel about it ?

    Also, is the bassist 'Flea' any connection ('Flea' being noticeably close to 'F Lee') ?

    And are you related to 'Overtly', or 'Openly', being as 'overt' and 'open' are similar in meaning to 'frank', and of course all of them are 'Lees' ?
    1582 R. Stanyhurst tr. Virgil First Foure Bookes Æneis ii. 26 Wee‥pardon francklye the villeyn.

    1939 is waaaaay too mod for Frank Lee.

    Flea's band gives Mr. Lee a freakin' headache.

    Lee:



    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusty philtrum View Post
    It, i feel guilty.
    Crusty, don't feel guilty because you are descended from criminals. You don't need to do their time again. Frank Lee was busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucid_Lunatic View Post
    Other than music, what are your other hobbies?

    Do you collect anything?

    Favorite activities?
    Reading, gardening, watching soccer and hockey.

    Fat cells.

    Running, monitoring the nefarious activities of the Freemasons, and hanging with my family.

    Thank you.
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    Frank F'ing Lee gives fine answers

    Thank You


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