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    Hi there,

    Not forgotten about you, will pm you when all the stuff in my head has percolated to the front!
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    Dr. Mod have a GREAT week!

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    Hi Pat,

    I just wanted to say excellent post about Depression. I was as flabbergasted as you when I seen " I don't condone it". Again Professor you educated the masses and brilliant at that! That post is why I miss you on there. I understand the reasoning behind it. Just glad I still get to see those wonderful reviews you do. I was so jealous when I seen your post about Caron. Sounds like you really had a great time. I hope you really got pampered.

    Oh, I was wondering did you forget about that book?


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    Good Afternoon what up with your life
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    Pat i'm feeling very upset right now
    do you remember on fragrantica about this member Robert White
    or his reviews guess what i have some bad news he took his own
    life he committed suicide around july 26th but it could be earlier
    due to the coroner reports i'm really upset
  6. New Review: Diptyque L'Eau de L'Eau
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    do the british people still talk like that today?
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    Thank you for your answer
  9. The reason the dialogue is so difficult to understand in a lot of early 60s British films is that they are set in the impoverished North of England where many of the people have (or at least had at that time) little formal education and spoke in local dialects. Also, the sound quality of a lot of these old films (which were filmed on a low budget to begin with) is rather substandard. My students often have the same difficulty, so I simply turn up the volume when I show them. After you've watched as many of these films as I have, you get used to the dialects.
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    Hey i'm watching loneness of a long distance runner
    it's a very good movie but most of the time i don't understand
    what they saying half the time they do speak english
    but it's hard to keep up
    can you answer this?
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Doctor Mod is a middle-aged butch/dandy gay gal from the working class who was born of a Dutch mother and German father in Honolulu, was permanently altered by encounters with 60s British culture in her formative years, lived in California most of her life, and now, through a million strange twists of fate, is an English professor at a university in New York. She is now, at long last, the perfect female mod dandy she always wanted to be and habitually wears pinstriped suits, paisley or floral silk ties, English Jermyn Street shirts, and fabulous shoes. She has also written and/or edited a number of books on literary and cultural criticism.
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