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5th September 2006 09:50 AM
jb http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,212137,00.html
5th September 2006 09:55 AM
Joey " ... It could be that Simpson, like Paris Hilton, has finally oversaturated her market with style (so to speak) over substance. Hiltonís crummy debut album was hovering around No. 95 last night on Amazon.com "


Ouch !
5th September 2006 09:57 AM
jb
quote:
Joey wrote:
" ... It could be that Simpson, like Paris Hilton, has finally oversaturated her market with style (so to speak) over substance. Hiltonís crummy debut album was hovering around No. 95 last night on Amazon.com "


Ouch !


Nonetheless, both extremely hot women...I personally find Jessica even more attractive!!!
[Edited by jb]
5th September 2006 10:09 AM
not bound to please
quote:
jb wrote:

Nonetheless, both extremely hot women...I personally find jessica even more attractive!!!



I saw her on the Today show yesterday, and she was orange.
5th September 2006 11:03 AM
Joey
quote:
not bound to please wrote:


I saw her on the Today show yesterday, and she was orange.




Lambchop ..................................

Woman's be seeing things again .


Joey " IKE " Turner
5th September 2006 11:10 AM
not bound to please
quote:
Joey wrote:


Lambchop ..................................

Woman's be seeing things again .


Joey " IKE " Turner



No - she really was orange. Overtanned and probably had bronzer on top of it. A bad look anyway - but she was particularly orange. She was standing next to people with normal skin tones. If you put her next to Mick from those grey green pics a few weeks ago, it would look like Halloween.

And her hair was yellow white. She looked freakish.
5th September 2006 11:17 AM
not bound to please This pic doesn't show it as well:



5th September 2006 11:29 AM
Joey
quote:
not bound to please wrote:
This pic doesn't show it as well:








Funny !


Woman's be RIGHT !!!!!!
5th September 2006 11:29 AM
pdog
quote:
jb wrote:

Nonetheless, both extremely hot women...I personally find Jessica even more attractive!!!
[Edited by jb]



Even if you combined their brain power, they couldn't figure out the plot of a Three Stooges movie!
I strongly disagree about them being hot, I find them unnattractive, there's many more beautiful women out there. Thank God!
5th September 2006 11:32 AM
jb Lil Kim is a guy also called "Lil"!!!
5th September 2006 11:34 AM
pdog
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jb wrote:
Lil Kim is a guy also called "Lil"!!!



I will just trust you on this one!
5th September 2006 11:34 AM
Joey
quote:
pdog wrote:


Even if you combined their brain power, they couldn't figure out the plot of a Three Stooges movie!






Only in Bushie43's America ( THE AGE OF INDIFFERENCE ) could Paris Hilton & Jessica Simpson reach ICON status .

Their reign over our country will end when this administration re-instates the Draft ( the call up last week of the Marine Reserves was the final step before the draft .


Shiver ...................................


Ho Chi Joe
5th September 2006 11:36 AM
pdog 1-20-2009
5th September 2006 11:48 AM
Some Guy Jagger once set musical trends, now he foolishly chases after them.
5th September 2006 11:49 AM
Joey
quote:
Some Guy wrote:
Jagger once set musical trends, now he foolishly chases after them.



I feel a Draft ............... and you ?!?!
5th September 2006 11:49 AM
jb
quote:
Some Guy wrote:
Jagger once set musical trends, now he foolishly chases after them.



The Jerky Boys were also popular at one time.
5th September 2006 11:51 AM
Joey
quote:
pdog wrote:
1-20-2009



YES !!!!






.................
[Edited by Kins ]
[Edited by Joey]
5th September 2006 11:53 AM
Joey
quote:
jb wrote:


The Jerky Boys were also popular at one time.



Yes , their career was destroyed by 9/11.




5th September 2006 11:53 AM
RollingstonesUSA
5th September 2006 11:59 AM
jb Jessica has a much better body than Paris!!!
5th September 2006 12:01 PM
Joey
quote:
jb wrote:
Jessica has a much better body than Paris!!!




Agreed
5th September 2006 12:02 PM
Some Guy
quote:
Joey wrote:


I feel a Draft ............... and you ?!?!


There was one?
5th September 2006 02:18 PM
gimmekeef I had about 60 drafts this week end..Whats the problem?
5th September 2006 03:20 PM
Joey
quote:
gimmekeef wrote:
I had about 60 drafts this week end..Whats the problem?



Nothing .... Er , Gas ?!?!



5th September 2006 03:37 PM
PartyDoll MEG
quote:
pdog wrote:


Even if you combined their brain power, they couldn't figure out the plot of a Three Stooges movie!
I strongly disagree about them being hot, I find them unnattractive, there's many more beautiful women out there. Thank God!



Pdog.....you are much loved!!


5th September 2006 03:43 PM
jb I would bang Jessica Simpson hard!!! She is clearly a wild young lady.
5th September 2006 05:07 PM
voodoopug
quote:
jb wrote:
I would bang Jessica Simpson hard!!! She is clearly a wild young lady.



I found some tips that our readers can use to help offer a more impressive "first impression" aka "Greeting":



B y the time you finish shaking hands with a new business associate, prospect or acquaintance, he/she has already summed you up. Your physical appearance, voice, attitude, hand-shake -- even your smells -- have sent an instant message to this person. You're either worth getting to know better or you're not.

The same applies to a business. First-time visitors need little time to get a feel for the type of business they're dealing with. From the time they drive into the parking lot to the moment they're greeted by a receptionist, the dynamics of creating a first impression are moving at top speed.

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TAKING CONTROL

The good news is that you have control over the image you -- and your business -- project to others. Learn to package your good physical qualities and exceptional talents and you'll be one step closer to personal and professional success.

To be sure you or your business makes a positive first impression, follow these guidelines...

Greet clients and prospects with a smile. Customers should be warmly welcomed by someone cheerful and pleasant soon after they walk into your place of business. The "greeter" -- you, a receptionist or a salesperson -- has the ability to make or break the customer's first impression of your business. He should be fresh, up-to-date in appearance and well-groomed.

Unfortunate example: A client of mine from Tokyo spent millions of dollars to buy a company in the US. He spared no expense in redecorating and furnishing his office and making it a first-class operation. Then he put an inarticulate, gum-chewing receptionist with slouching posture at the front desk. He certainly made an impression -- the wrong one.

Understand others. People naturally feel an immediate, positive connection to those who empathize with them.

Maintain a positive outlook. People who are upbeat energize those around them.

Be confident, and expect acceptance from others. When you think highly of yourself, others are more likely to value you.

Practice good telephone etiquette. When you call someone, ask him if he has time to speak with you.

Example: "Hello Mr. Smith, this is Sarah Jones with XYZ Co. I'd like to speak with you about Widgets. Is this a good time for you to talk?" Aim: To avoid giving the impression of a high-pressure, intrusive caller.

Speak slooowly after the beep. If you're leaving a recorded message on a voice-mail system, speak a little more slowly than you normally do and be sure to leave your phone number, with the area code, at least once -- preferably twice.

Fax with care. Don't tie up another person's fax line during business hours by sending a long document. And be sure to call the fax recipient before you send anything.

Reason: Many small businesses use the same phone line for faxes and voice communication, and they may need to activate the fax system manually to avoid tie-ups.

Make sure your office, store, factory or restaurant is clean and attractive. This may sound elementary, but cleanliness is one of the most powerful aspects of a first impression. Don't underestimate it.

Create signs, menus, business cards and directions that are clear and readable. These materials should not be cute or fancy -- just easy to read and understand.

Fine-tune phone receptionists' impressions. The person who answers the telephone for your business should have a very nice voice, be easy to understand and treat all callers as if they are royalty.

GROOMING DETAILS FOR MEN

A good haircut is critical. Look in business magazines and newspaper ads to see how people at the top groom themselves, and follow their lead.

Shave that beard. In many cultures, a beard is considered a negative feature -- even low-class. When in doubt, shave it off.

Choose your clothes carefully. For men, good clothes equal power. To save money, buy fewer, high-quality wardrobe staples and create variety by putting them together in interesting ways.

Especially important: Expensive ties and good shoes. Worn-out shoes send a message. If you don't care about yourself, you don't care about other people.

FOR WOMEN

Show your face. If you want to be known for your brains, show your jawline and ears. If you have long hair, pull it away from your face.

Wear makeup, but keep it subtle. Glitz does not earn points for first impressions.

Wear conservative, well-cut, high-quality dresses or suits and low-heeled shoes.

Nails should be well-manicured, but use clear or light-colored nail polish only.

Keep jewelry to a minimum.

A final secret: A positive attitude and empathy for other people are impressions created by those who fly with the eagles.


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5th September 2006 05:19 PM
Joey

I just took an Lil' afternoon ' Mini - Shit ' ....4:13 PM CST .

Wow !
5th September 2006 05:20 PM
Saint Sway THE BOTTOM LINE: Are you certain you weren't inbred?
5th September 2006 05:39 PM
voodoopug
quote:
Saint Sway wrote:
THE BOTTOM LINE: Are you certain you weren't inbred?



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