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 Post subject: Re: yep
PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:33 am 
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I haven't seen any other Disney Sequels, but I have a very good feeling about this one..;)



That's probably the reason why you have those expectations. :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:51 am 
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Well, he´s not the only one who have great expectations for this sequel specially and I have really watched a lot of sequels :wink: :)


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 2:22 am 
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Thought i'd take these and tell me what you think..sorry..im bored though haha.
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Anyone who doesn't have high expectations with this pic :D

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 Post subject: Re: yep
PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:53 pm 
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bambifan56 wrote:
When is Feb. 7th gonna get here???


Exactly 29 days 14 hours 8 minutes 35 seconds 14/100 of a second, 10/1000 of a second, 125/10000 of a second, and 1345/1000000 of a second. Way... Way... too long. ;)

Well for me anyways.

Psss... Football, working out... I don't do any of that. I work on my car. I can't wait until I get my seat brackets so I can put my racing seats in it. It's going to be schweeet!

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very very long if you ask me... :wink:
but hey, there`s only:
29 and a half days or
708 hours or
42480 minutes or
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 Post subject: fav. part?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 11:06 am 
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Ok, I can't stand to see this thread die. I have to ask, what is your favorite scene or part of Bambi? What part really tugged at the ole heart strings and made you love it so much? Thanks :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 11:29 am 
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well,the scene where Bambi first meet Faline
from the inocense that show in the lake when he try to sniff his reflection(so cute n_n ) and then being scared of Faline and is make to say her hello.But of course,this scene is not over when he meets she, but when the men appear for the first time in the meadoow

Besides, the music is perfect, from the curiosity to the happiness and the seriosness and importance that marks the enter of the Great Prince to the excitment and fear that is showed when the men appears


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 Post subject: Bambie
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For Me it was the scene where is mother dies. The first time I watched it I sat and cried, but over all the entire movie is great and its hard to pick one specific moment.

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For Me it was the scene where is mother dies. The first time I watched it I sat and cried, but over all the entire movie is great and its hard to pick one specific moment.

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 Post subject: my fav
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I have to say my favorite scene is the spring after the fire...The showing that things happen beyond our control and that they always find a way to work out. When Bambi is on the hill and it starts the whole new cycle of life it always does it for me (Esp. the love is a song choir going at the end with it..) Narnia, where in SWMO are you? I am in the Nevada area and I go down to Roaring River in Cassville alot (beautiful down there)..


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I'm gonna say it's a toss up between the fight scene with R-o to the double n-o and Grand Master B yo or when GPOF and GMB escape the forest when it's burning... word! Best action scene ever, it makes Lord of the Rings look like crap. :D

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 Post subject: Bambie
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BambieFan,
I'm in Springfield./previously from the Lamar/Pittsburg, KS area.


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 Post subject: PSU
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 9:55 pm 
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I acutally play football at PSU and have alot of friends at SMS..er..MSU


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Interesting! I'm not in Sprig. at the moment because of winter meetings (I'm with my family on the road singing - main pianist) but its nice to talk to someone from around the area. What year are you, and hows the weather :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: PSU
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bambifan56 wrote:
I acutally play football at PSU and have alot of friends at SMS..er..MSU


Awesome. I'm in the region for residence hall conferences and such, so I encounter Gorillas three times a year.


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What college do you attend, how do you like Pittsburg :D?


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I go to MSU, Mankato. I've never been to Pitt State- we go to conferences at other schools within the region. However, your delegations are always very spirited.


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yea I remember my freshman yr they had us watch the RHA do stuff..they were always a pretty spirited bunch


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My favourite scene would probably be the ice skating scene with Bambi and Thumper. The score there is excellent and the whole scene is very nice with the funny conclusion. :)

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 Post subject: yep..
PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2006 4:46 pm 
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Yep, the music matching most of the movie was pretty cool..


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