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    ^ Ha! I loved that one. And I like how the one Hanlon just pronounced Fogal "Foggle."

    Ex-CIA wanted to quit his job after one hour after returning. Pah, I feel like that every Monday.
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    Don't put the mechanical man on the spot, Miss Pageant!

    Wow. The guy won a plaque with a Genworth logo on it. Hey!

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    the guy who lost his job...couldnt' have happened to a better person IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greeneyespy View Post
    the guy who lost his job...couldnt' have happened to a better person IMO
    What guy? I just heard a guy talking about QUITTING his job? Did I miss another guy?

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    Yes, it's been a very long night, Robo-host. Tell us the $$!
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    WOW!!!

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    Wow! 3 million. Nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krom View Post
    What guy? I just heard a guy talking about QUITTING his job? Did I miss another guy?

    the guy who won the 100,00 said he had gotten laid off


    #3,000,000......omg....DEAL OR NO DEAL GIVES AWAY MORE THAN THAT...I THOUGTH IT WAS GONNA BE REALLY BIG

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    3 million bucks?

    THREE million?

    WHAT? THE HELL?

    Did gold prices go up or did they simply adjust that based on ratings?

    Has there ever even BEEN a 3 million dollar reality prize before?

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    The top prize on Deal or No Deal is usually a million (and has anyone ever even come close?). 3 Million is a lot. On The Amazing Race you get 1 million split between 2 people; on Big Brother one person gets $ 500, 000. 1 million each is pretty good. Much more than I thought they would get.
    It was rather anti-climatic at the end. The host basically said "You've won three million. That's it. Good Night." And off to commercial.

    Well, I'm off. Night all.
    Last edited by CCL; 08-21-2006 at 10:04 PM.
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