This or That

Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by V.C. Brunswick, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. ChiTownScion

    ChiTownScion One Too Many

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    Gonna go with the Goose: I love radials.
     
  2. Fading Fast

    Fading Fast

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    I don't want to be persnickety, but I believe you owe us a this or that? I could jump in, but I know you have many up your sleeve of very broad and deep knowledge.
     
  3. ChiTownScion

    ChiTownScion One Too Many

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    I yield, Brother FF.
     
  4. Fading Fast

    Fading Fast

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    Buttered popcorn or candy for watching a movie at a theater?
     
  5. LizzieMaine

    LizzieMaine Bartender

    Milk Duds and an orange soda. I get all the popcorn I need at work, I don't need to eat it when I'm just out to watch a movie.

    Flat or scope?
     
  6. Trenchfriend

    Trenchfriend I'll Lock Up

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    scope

    Nut-nougatcream or honey on your "along the way"-bread.
     
  7. swanson_eyes

    swanson_eyes Practically Family

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    Healthy. Being unhealthy makes me unhappy.

    Ladies, t-strap or ankle-strap maryjanes?
     
  8. 2jakes

    2jakes I'll Lock Up

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    Gentlemen,

    wingtip oxford
    or
    Plain toe oxford ?
     
  9. Lean'n'mean

    Lean'n'mean My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    One doesn't necessarily exclude the other but I'd choose to be healthy........it's much more difficult to be happy when your unhealthy or ill. :D
     
  10. Fading Fast

    Fading Fast

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    Wingtip - very Fedora Lounge

    Tab, button-down or pin collar?
     
  11. seilerjp

    seilerjp New in Town

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    button down-
    Lord Peter Wimsey or Sherlock Holmes?
     
  12. 2jakes

    2jakes I'll Lock Up

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    Lord Wimsey (because he enjoyed cricket)

    Henry .44 mag ?
    or
    Henry 45-70 ?
     
  13. Stearmen

    Stearmen I'll Lock Up

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    Neither, Winchester 1886 in 45-70------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1874 Sharps Creedmoor in 44-90 or Remington Rollingblock Creedmoor in 44-90?
     
  14. 2jakes

    2jakes I'll Lock Up

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    Sharps.

    beer or wine ?
     
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  15. swanson_eyes

    swanson_eyes Practically Family

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    Wine, always! Bette Davis or Joan Crawford (when they were young)?
     
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  16. Fading Fast

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    I think both were a bit cracker house crazy in real life (just throwing that in there, no real point to it). Crawford was more classically beautiful when young; whereas, Davis had an off-the-curve cuteness when young. Both were good actresses early who really owned their craft as they matured. But for me, Crawford was always a bit cold, so I'll go with the young, quirky, cute, Davis as I also think she was the stronger actress of the two, even young.

    A young Jean Arthur or a young Barbara Stanwyck (to stay with your theme)?
     
  17. LizzieMaine

    LizzieMaine Bartender

    Stanwyck. No matter how much crap was going around, she took none of it.

    Winnie Lightner or Louise Fazenda?
     
  18. Winnie Lightner

    Bing Crosby or Sam Coslow?



     
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  19. 2jakes

    2jakes I'll Lock Up

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    Sam Coslow.

    And thanks, you helped me locate this tune which I’ve been looking
    for years but had no clue as to the title. I first heard bits of it in
    a Max Fleischer 1930s cartoon several years ago.





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    Listening to your favorite melody.

    Piano or violin?
     
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  20. Piano

    Ham or turkey?
     

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