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Postby babyghost » Fri Dec 22, 2006 1:58 pm

I have got the book "Gone with the wind".I have read it many times,but i do not know the ending of this story.Finally,the person whom Captain Rhett loves is?Scarlet or Melaine? :roll:

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Postby sweetheart » Fri Dec 22, 2006 4:25 pm

babyghost wrote:I have got the book "Gone with the wind".I have read it many times,but i do not know the ending of this story.Finally,the person whom Captain Rhett loves is?Scarlet or Melaine? :roll:

Babyghost, you read the English version? :roll: :roll: . Have a nice day!!!

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Postby Nu » Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:18 pm

He ) that's nice... and what about Scarlett? do u like it too? )

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Postby illusion » Wed Feb 14, 2007 3:03 pm

sorry to be a lil off the topic but I just wanted to correct the previous statement about my beloved Shakespeare. Yes, he did have a homosexual relationship with a man but he was bisexual because he liked women too. But Da Vinci was only homosexual and he was antisocial and introverted.

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Postby Dixie » Wed Feb 14, 2007 4:33 pm

illusion wrote:sorry to be a lil off the topic but I just wanted to correct the previous statement about my beloved Shakespeare. Yes, he did have a homosexual relationship with a man but he was bisexual because he liked women too. But Da Vinci was only homosexual and he was antisocial and introverted.


I didn't know Will was bi and had a homosexual relationship! :shock:

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Postby illusion » Thu Feb 15, 2007 12:41 pm

Dixie wrote:
illusion wrote:sorry to be a lil off the topic but I just wanted to correct the previous statement about my beloved Shakespeare. Yes, he did have a homosexual relationship with a man but he was bisexual because he liked women too. But Da Vinci was only homosexual and he was antisocial and introverted.


I didn't know Will was bi and had a homosexual relationship! :shock:



I've read some books on him and that is 100% true. Well, at least they say it is. But I think every genius has his own somber secretes.

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Postby Ksju » Fri Feb 16, 2007 8:08 am

illusion wrote:sorry to be a lil off the topic but I just wanted to correct the previous statement about my beloved Shakespeare. Yes, he did have a homosexual relationship with a man but he was bisexual because he liked women too. But Da Vinci was only homosexual and he was antisocial and introverted.



Oh my god, do you think it is really SO important ??!
Two great men, with so big talents, with so much gifts for mankind...
Only this matters to my mind

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Postby illusion » Fri Feb 16, 2007 9:50 am

Ksju wrote:
illusion wrote:sorry to be a lil off the topic but I just wanted to correct the previous statement about my beloved Shakespeare. Yes, he did have a homosexual relationship with a man but he was bisexual because he liked women too. But Da Vinci was only homosexual and he was antisocial and introverted.



Oh my god, do you think it is really SO important ??!
Two great men, with so big talents, with so much gifts for mankind...
Only this matters to my mind


Yeah, I think it does matter. Because if they had been ordinary, they would've been probably less gifted. Besides for instance Shakespeare wrote some of his sonnets dedicated to a man not a woman, and if he hadn't been in love with the him, then probably we would've not been able to read them now...

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Postby Ksju » Fri Feb 16, 2007 10:08 am

Love is still love
no matter to man or to woman.
They were so gifter NOT because they were 'not ordinary' in sexial aspect !!!!!

So all homosexuals are more gifted than normal people !!! What a mad idea


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