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View Poll Results: What do you most expect at next year's event?
SCOTT NAKED! 3 21.43%
DEAN NAKED! 1 7.14%
Meeting wonderful people for a wonderful weekend. 11 78.57%
Beautiful weather. 6 42.86%
A great program. 11 78.57%
An envigorating feeling of rediscovery. 5 35.71%
MARC NAKED! 4 28.57%
MARC "NOT" NAKED!! 4 28.57%
That dude named BRIAN. <coming soon to a theater near you.> 6 42.86%
Shaking the hand of the entire committee for what they've done!! 9 64.29%
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Old 05-03-2008, 01:47 AM   #76
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Ok my hopes and expectations.

Expectations - meeting Scott and Dean in person, preferably not naked, unless we can leap back 20 years, afterall their bodies are not what they used to be!

Hopes - I would love to meet two actresses that appeared in QL episodes. One was Kiki in "Nowhere to Run" and the other was Vanessa in "Leaping of the Shrew". I wouldn't mind meeting Bruce McGill - I loved his characters in Genesis and Mirror Image.
I want to add another actress to my hopes list - Tia Carrere

How are you going with my hopes Brian?
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yeah just the small bottles,
i'm very sentitive to alcho, last time i had 2 pints of fosters and 1 small bottles of vodka ice and it made me soo ill that i went tempory blind
Yeah Fosters will do that to you
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Tia's manager has been contacted, just waiting for a response!
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Old 05-19-2008, 09:23 PM   #79
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Sorry I haven't been around much and sorry for the blatantness of this post but I felt really honored about this and if any of you ever really wanted to know what goes on in this thick head of mine, the following link might help.

I had the honor of being interviewed during my last event and I thought I'd share. Please don't read between the lines here. I'm actually shy.


I just wish there were interviews for each and every one of you now that you will have an advantage over me. I'm letting a very small percentage of who I am into print. Don't think this gives you the permisson to pinch me on the butt now!


Should I take out an insurance policy?

Enjoy.

http://eguide-online.de/eguide/index...d2=310#english
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Old 05-20-2008, 06:16 AM   #80
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Will read the link, but in the meantime....

Welcome back, you have been sorely missed!!
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I really enjoyed reading that, Marc! We're doubly proud to have you as our own host - can't wait!
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Thanks Brian. It was flattering to be asked questions like that and during such an unbeleivably successful event. I look forward to what I can do for LEAP BACK! I have a lot of ideas but I'll wait till you guys are ready if you want them.
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Old 05-21-2008, 08:35 PM   #83
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Will read the link, but in the meantime....

Welcome back, you have been sorely missed!!
Great article, i really enjoyed reading it, sounds like leapback is going to be so much fun with you on board!!

and nice pic of you in the baseball cap
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I suggest that people always remain neutral and never talk politics or religion with anybody. It's a lose/lose scenario.
Hear, hear!

I look forward to meeting you next year.
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Hey Chicken Boo <as I sing the theme song to SUPER CHICKEN>, many friendships are lost due to the disrespect of one's political and religious beleifs. Of course that always happens when the other person disagrees so why take the chance. Looking forward to whoopin' it up with you too!

@Bexter: Thanks hon <Baltimorean slang>! I wear baseball caps all the time. That shot was during an AIDS WALK around Angels Stadium in California last weekend. I'm a huge gay rights <and I'm not gay>, civil rights, children rights and animal rights advocate so I flew out to do that as well as sign up a few actors for my event in October.

To all: 1 post per day shoos the blues away. The longer you stay excited about LEAPBACK, the slower the weekend during the event will go. 3 days will seem like 3 hours next year so this is the only way to make the event a year long event.
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Old 06-02-2008, 02:14 PM   #86
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The top 4 reasons fans from all over the world plan to attend LEAP BACK:

1. A great program.

2. Shaking the hand of the entire committee for what they've done!! 72.73%

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Meeting wonderful people for a wonderful weekend. 72.73%

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That dude named BRIAN. <coming soon to a theater near you.> 54.55%

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An envigorating feeling of rediscovery. 45.45%


Sounds like all good reasons to me.
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Old 06-02-2008, 06:26 PM   #87
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What?! "MARC NAKED!" didn't make the top 4?! I am shocked and appalled!
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Well I booked my flight today!!! So I'd say the excitement level is increasing!!
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Since gas prices here are so bad...........................I'm walkin'!
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Since gas prices here are so bad...........................I'm walkin'!
You think your petrol prices are bad - I paid $110 to fill my car yesterday. My car was pretty empty so I needed the full 60 litres but that is still alot of money.

I could nearly buy another Quantum Leap ticket with that. I am thinking I need a second job just to pay for petrol but then I will need more petrol to get to my second job. Maybe it will be cheaper to fly!
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Old 06-27-2008, 01:56 PM   #91
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If there was ever a movie that could signify the importance of people coming together for a common cause, it was WALL*E. It made me a better cheer leader for LEAP BACK (saw myself the tiny tot too)!!!

I'm a huge silent critic of bad writing and execution. When I see it, I announce it! This movie had none of that.

Let's make it simple: On a scale of 1 to 10, WALL*E is a 15!!!
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I am thinking I need a second job just to pay for petrol but then I will need more petrol to get to my second job. Maybe it will be cheaper to fly!
Ha Ha, I did get a second job Marissa, I'm sorting the post everymorning from 5.30-8.00am, The getting up at 5.00am is killing me but so worth it. I totally love it, Justin is taking every monday off from work now to cut down on his accumulated holidays so i'll be working all day Monday's there as well, from 5.30am to 5.00pm, lucky I totally love it, the people there are fantastic. In the mean time I'm still running my management business during the day. I'm going to need a holiday for sure by next March!!! But it makes is so worth it when you have a goal to work towards. I'll call again soon hey and we can plan our trip some more!! However it may have to be your turn, I just got my phone bill from last time YIKES!!!
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Let's make it simple: On a scale of 1 to 10, WALL*E is a 15!!!
Really, I'll check that out!! I don't know if its out here yet, last time i was at the movies was with the kids to see 'alvin and the chipmunks' (a couple hours of my life I'd gladly have back) and they were promoting it then!! I'm always looking for a great movie to take the kids too, thats not going to bore me to tears
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It is extremely well done - I have to agree!
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Ok!!!

My holiday is now booked and paid for

YEE HAAAA!!!
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I've applied for 5 weeks Long Service Leave, still working out what I am going to do during 4 of those weeks. I know where I will be 27-29 March 2009, that is the only certainty.
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@Bex! Thatta girl! We gotta plan our pre-con fun now. I may be out there for 2 weeks now. I'm bringing my Nintendo DS. I always drive while playing my DS.

@ris768: Hell girl (you ARE a girl, right?)!!! SPLIT THE DIFFERENCE and lets go put out some fires.

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Old 07-10-2008, 06:55 AM   #98
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I hope I am a girl, otherwise I am missing some boy bits.

Should I bring Mario Kart and my DS? We can race each other.
I'm concerned at how you can drive while playing the DS, I'm still expecting to go on the party bus tour of LA but I do somewhat value my life.
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ROFL! I'm great at multi-tasking ris! I have Mario KArt also. I always play a few games before I drift off to sleep. Damn thing's addicting!!

I checked out your profile and you are INDEED a girl. A pretty cute one too.

The LA bus tour. I forgot about that. If people still want to do that I think we can get 9 others to join me. Should we start a list?
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The LA bus tour. I forgot about that. If people still want to do that I think we can get 9 others to join me. Should we start a list?
I'm in! Provided my plane arrives on time.
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