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  1. Maybe check with roltel. I watched the parade and nothing would be more popular than wearing nothing. Let me step in then! As puppy said, as a general rule the less the better (except for tattoos and piercings, in which case the more the better). Anyway, by the time you've been dancing the night away with 10,000m other sweaty bodies at the parade after party, any form of clothing tends to get too hot (and from experience, it's difficult to get tight leather briefs off after they have been molded to your body by heavy dance sweat). The various leather and bear parties in the lead up to the main event tend to have dress codes depending on the fetish. There's an old saying about Mardi Gras parties _ the more elaborate the costume, the less likely you are to "score". ... O.K. - then no rubber - do I have to get a "Prince Albert" or is a tit-piercing enough? Crossing my fingers this doesn't triple post. Tit piercings are cool _ but common. Prince Alberts? Fascinating to behold, but excruciating to consider getting done.
  2. Maybe check with roltel. I watched the parade and nothing would be more popular than wearing nothing. Let me step in then! As puppy said, as a general rule the less the better (except for tattoos and piercings, in which case the more the better). Anyway, by the time you've been dancing the night away with 10,000m other sweaty bodies at the parade after party, any form of clothing tends to get too hot (and from experience, it's difficult to get tight leather briefs off after they have been molded to your body by heavy dance sweat). The various leather and bear parties in the lead up to the main event tend to have dress codes depending on the fetish. There's an old saying about Mardi Gras parties _ the more elaborate the costume, the less likely you are to "score". ... O.K. - then no rubber - do I have to get a "Prince Albert" or is a tit-piercing enough? Crossing my fingers this doesn't triple post. Tit piercings are cool _ but common. Prince Alberts? Fascinating to behold, but excruciating to consider getting done.
  3. Maybe check with roltel. I watched the parade and nothing would be more popular than wearing nothing. Let me step in then! As puppy said, as a general rule the less the better (except for tattoos and piercings, in which case the more the better). Anyway, by the time you've been dancing the night away with 10,000m other sweaty bodies at the parade after party, any form of clothing tends to get too hot (and from experience, it's difficult to get tight leather briefs off after they have been molded to your body by heavy dance sweat). The various leather and bear parties in the lead up to the main event tend to have dress codes depending on the fetish. There's an old saying about Mardi Gras parties _ the more elaborate the costume, the less likely you are to "score". ... O.K. - then no rubber - do I have to get a "Prince Albert" or is a tit-piercing enough? Crossing my fingers this doesn't triple post. Tit piercings are cool _ but common. Prince Alberts? Fascinating to behold, but excruciating to consider getting done.
  4. Maybe check with roltel. I watched the parade and nothing would be more popular than wearing nothing. Let me step in then! As puppy said, as a general rule the less the better (except for tattoos and piercings, in which case the more the better). Anyway, by the time you've been dancing the night away with 10,000m other sweaty bodies at the parade after party, any form of clothing tends to get too hot (and from experience, it's difficult to get tight leather briefs off after they have been molded to your body by heavy dance sweat). The various leather and bear parties in the lead up to the main event tend to have dress codes depending on the fetish. There's an old saying about Mardi Gras parties _ the more elaborate the costume, the less likely you are to "score".
  5. Maybe check with roltel. I watched the parade and nothing would be more popular than wearing nothing. Let me step in then! As puppy said, as a general rule the less the better (except for tattoos and piercings, in which case the more the better). Anyway, by the time you've been dancing the night away with 10,000m other sweaty bodies at the parade after party, any form of clothing tends to get too hot (and from experience, it's difficult to get tight leather briefs off after they have been molded to your body by heavy dance sweat). The various leather and bear parties in the lead up to the main event tend to have dress codes depending on the fetish. There's an old saying about Mardi Gras parties _ the more elaborate the costume, the less likely you are to "score".
  6. Maybe check with roltel. I watched the parade and nothing would be more popular than wearing nothing. Let me step in then! As puppy said, as a general rule the less the better (except for tattoos and piercings, in which case the more the better). Anyway, by the time you've been dancing the night away with 10,000m other sweaty bodies at the parade after party, any form of clothing tends to get too hot (and from experience, it's difficult to get tight leather briefs off after they have been molded to your body by heavy dance sweat). The various leather and bear parties in the lead up to the main event tend to have dress codes depending on the fetish. There's an old saying about Mardi Gras parties _ the more elaborate the costume, the less likely you are to "score".
  7. Okay Puppy, I've got three days to kill in Hong Kong coming up. What do you recommend, a day in Disneyland or a day in Macau (and do you know any good restaurants there)?
  8. Australian is planning to be the third largest team at Beijing 2008.
  9. Are we gonna get another special forum section for WC 2006 like we do for the actual Olympics (and I think was done for Euro 2004)?
  10. Hi Mod, I always like when we shift to actual games mode, with the special forum sections like we did for Athens and are doing for Torino. Just wondering if there's any similar plans to do the same for the Melbourne CWGs?
  11. I'm still waitingg to see Greenspan's turn on Sydney _ it showed here for like about one day in a cinema on the first anniversary of Sydney 2000, I think, then disappeared. Anyone know if it's available on DVD or (heaven forbid) VHS anywhere in the world.
  12. Hehehe, I just looked at the beginning of this thread and answered my own question _ I'd forgotten "Chariots of Fire" of course!
  13. Now that "Munich" is going to be out in cinemas soon, might as well resurrect this thread. Now here's a question _ if "Munich" _ as per current Hollywwod buzz indicates _ does end up getting an Oscar, would this be the first Olympics movie to get an Academy Award?
  14. Welcome to Gamesbids Dating, ladies and gentlemen. :laughlong: Seriously, where on earth has the time gone? I hadn't noticed that! Oooh. You're such a flirt, LA84! giggles coquettishly :sweet: blush
  15. I notice there's still a few threads relating to the Commonwealth Games _ such as "Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games update" and a couple of Melbourne 2006 ones still hanging around in the Other International Games" forum _ is it possible to get these shifted over to the dedicated Commonwealth Games forum as well?
  16. Okay, as I promised/threatened, here's some of my personal pics from Sydney 2000. Sorry if they're a bit large _ I only have MS Paint on my work PC, so I can't reduce them. Anyway: Me with some friends at Bondi for the Beach Volleyball, We decided to become honourary Brazilians for the day _ they had the best supporters! The Sydney Harbour Bridge decked out in the Five Rings Me enjoying the Olympic Live site in Martin Place, central Sydney. Mens gymnastics final at Olympic Park. I'm part of the crowd sitting directly above the action.
  17. Today marks the five years point since the opening of Sydney 2000, one of the great times to be in my home city. In the tradition of the Atlanta and Athens threads, therefore, I thought I'd open up this one. When I get home, I'll post some of my personal pics from the games. In the meantime, here's a story on AOC president John Coates, marking of the ocassion:
  18. Is anyone else having problems getting onto the Paris forum? Whenever I try I get the message "Ikonboard logged off due to a ridiculously large data request". It doesn't happen on any other forum here. What have the Paris boys been doing on there?????
  19. OMG, I didn't see this one posted. This is one of my all-time FAVORITE Camp movies - but the Olympic connection is so tenuous. You should be ashamed to even mention it, rol. Oh, and this was before Jenner had the bad facelift. You think that was tenuous? I was going to post some of Mary Lou-Retton's attempts at big screen immoratality. At least Jenner had a substantial role(?), well sort of, in CSTM.
  20. Thanks for the list, Kendegra. I'd forgotten all about "Golden Girl" from 1979 with Susan Anton as the Bionic Woman-type competitor going for gold at Moscow. Also starred current Desperate Househusband Robert Culp. And going back to my TV question, that list also mentioned "The Games", an Oz TV series made in the run up to the Sydney 2000 games (all the Aussies here will sure remember it _ I sure don't know how I could have forgotten it). It was actually a very funny, very satirical, very dark look at the politics going on in SOCOG. Very similar to that brilliant UK comedy series "The Office".
  21. I know a lot of the Asterix books have been animated. Have they ever got around to animating "Asterix at the Olympic Games"?
  22. Yeah, I don't trust Spielberg with it _ the guy just can't help himself when it comes to sentimentality. On a related stream, what about TV shows (fiction, of course)? These seem to be few and far between, apart from the odd "special episode" of a series (I remember a "Murphy Brown" episode set in Lillehammer, for example. About the only other one I can think of was an Australian teen serial/drama based around a bunch of young athletes (cyclists, swimmers and gymnasts) at an Institute of Sport type set-up. It's name escapes me, and it didn't last on TV here for long, but it was notable for launching the career of Heath Ledger.
  23. Yeah, I remember seeing that Franco Nero movie. Was it Lee Remick who played the part of a German Olympics "hostess" or undercover policewoman who was sent to negotiate with the terrorists? It was ages ago since I saw it. Here's some info I came across today on the Spielberg plan: And finally, wasn't there some news earlier this year on a plan to film a movie (could have even been a comedy) loosely based on the Tonya Harding scandal?
  24. Try www.amazon.de I actually bought a copy of it, in two parts, when I was in Germany earlier this year _ it seemed widely available.
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