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Thumbs Up 100 82.64%
Thumbs Down 7 5.79%
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Old October 26 2010, 08:49 PM   #61
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

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Sarah Michelle Gellar getting kicked out of the postseason made me sad.
Before the field changed, Sarah Michelle Gellar was set to face Charisma Carpenter in the first round. Would've been interesting to see how it would've turned out, even if the ultimate result would be inevitable. Of course, Gellar is a few years past her peak hotness. Probably doesn't help that she's fallen off the face of the earth too.
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Old October 27 2010, 10:36 AM   #62
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

^ There are very few women I would vote for over Charisma Carpenter. SMG is one of them.
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Old October 27 2010, 10:40 AM   #63
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

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Old October 28 2010, 06:00 AM   #64
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

Hint for the next GBOW (no direct answers):

The human brain contains roughly 300 megabytes of information. Not much when you get right down to it. The question isn’t how to store it -- it’s how to access it. You can’t download a personality. There’s no way to translate the data. But the information being held in our heads is available in other databases. People leave more than footprints as they travel through life…. medical scans, DNA profiles, psych evaluations, school records, emails, recording, video, audio, CAT Scans, genetic typing, synaptic records, security cameras, test results, shopping records, talent shows, ball games, traffic tickets, restaurant bills, phone records, music lists, movie tickets, TV shows… even prescriptions for birth control.
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Old October 28 2010, 07:28 AM   #65
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

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I've never seen her (apparently now-cancelled) show, but I have seen some commercials for it -- and I must admit, I did take notice of her. That'll probably be an up.

As for Ms. Graham, I don't have the love for her that a lot of people here seem to, but she's pretty enough I suppose. So I'll give her a thumbs up, if not a wildly enthusiastic one.
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Old October 28 2010, 12:01 PM   #66
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

Heather Graham is gorgeous. Love the hair, love the eyes, love the boobs, love the legs! Thumbs up!

As for the next GBOW, I hope people aren't capricious in their votes.
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Old October 28 2010, 01:17 PM   #67
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

^ Oh man that was terrible.
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Old October 28 2010, 01:29 PM   #68
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Old October 28 2010, 02:41 PM   #69
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

She's very nice looking, great body, but comes off as dumb as a box of rocks and-believe it or not-probably a cold fish.
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Old October 28 2010, 08:19 PM   #70
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Hint for the next GBOW (no direct answers):

The human brain contains roughly 300 megabytes of information. Not much when you get right down to it. The question isn’t how to store it -- it’s how to access it. You can’t download a personality. There’s no way to translate the data. But the information being held in our heads is available in other databases. People leave more than footprints as they travel through life…. medical scans, DNA profiles, psych evaluations, school records, emails, recording, video, audio, CAT Scans, genetic typing, synaptic records, security cameras, test results, shopping records, talent shows, ball games, traffic tickets, restaurant bills, phone records, music lists, movie tickets, TV shows… even prescriptions for birth control.
I'd bite them apples...
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Old October 29 2010, 12:31 AM   #71
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Re: Heather Graham: Genre babe of the week #39 (Oct. 2010)

Hmm... not sure about this one..... I'll have to see the series of pics to judge....
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