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Exactly who is Anger Management?

Ladies and Gentlemen, without further ado I bring to you my latest interview with Anger Management aka AM:
Be sure to ask any questions and I am looking for my next interviewee so please PM if you are interested.


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  • Okay, I just had a read and I'm glad I did. I feel like I know you now... Which Old Italian Lever would it be or would any suffice? And I guess you'd prefer to restore one than get one in working order yeah? Funny you should mention Dr House and Sheldon, I have been compared to them both  :o Thanks again AM
  • From the few pics I've seen of the real life AM (one of them sitting at a table at V's in South Brisbane), he bears a remarkable resemblance to Hugh Laurie and of course there are those mannerisms.......... Great article guys ! We need more of them.
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    From the few pics I've seen of the real life AM (one of them sitting at a table at V's in South Brisbane), he bears a remarkable resemblance to Hugh Laurie and of course there are those mannerisms.......... Great article guys ! We need more of them.
    Ha, he doesn't look like Hugh Laurie...but does have the same demeanour  :rofl:
  • That all sounds very exciting, you must be proud as punch!  :thumb:
  • The girl also likes coffee  :thumb: AM remember when I saved you many thousands by advising her on a better choice of car  :angel: Please give her my best wishes on the position  KK
  • Big ups to Miss ( I assume) AM. Nice one  :thumb: :thumb:
  • Not enough numbers on my calculator AM  :laugh: Much better going kit form from titan or similiar. My old boss got a monster shed built and installed for $ 18 000 including the slab but its 18 mt x 12 mt http://www.fairdinkumsheds.com.au/products/quaker-barn-vertical-cladding
  • Congrats to your daughter, how good is that  :thumb:
  • Bloody hell mate!  That is a phenomenal get for a young dancer.  Better yet, she'll be right in the thick of the arts world for employment.  Sure QDSE and ABS for that matter seem to churn out technically good dancers... not that I'd truly know... But as Kelsey will attest, even the best arts institutions here in Gondwanaland, with the best intentions are no match for the cultural birthplaces of these artistic genres.  We just don't have the funding or the market share to truly compete.  Our only saving grace is that many amazing artists visit because you can stand outside without dying of exposure so coaching opportunities for us from a variety of sources is good.  Wo ist meinen umlaut?  Ich mochte einen tasse kaffee bitte.
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    As ballet is very technical, the expectations of what one must do and how, remains the same.  It is other factors such as music and costumes and IT that can totally enhance a performance along with some special training... But when you watch some of the early principle dancers and even  [size=small]Margot Fonteyn[/size]  in her later years, there was a style or grace that sets them apart...
    Well said!  Couldn't agree more.  I loved Baryshnikov's early clips with that amazing energy and technical agility but his later stuff oozed maturity and a phenomenal depth of characterization.
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    But not sure if they will or wont approve of part time work serving Coffee  :coffee2:
    No!  They will insisty that she lives on cabbage and the occaisional pickled pig trotter!
  • All the tech talk re ballet is right  out of my league. Need more yoghurt ( culture) in my diet. Speaking of which, I wouldn't want to be in that room with the cabbage and pickled pig trotter  ???
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    All the tech talk re ballet is right  out of my league. Need more yoghurt ( culture) in my diet. Speaking of which, I wouldn't want to be in that room with the cabbage and pickled pig trotter  ???
    In the room with pickled roughage is nothing compared to being down-wind once it has been 'processed!' :rofl:  My Mum played for the local ballet school when we were growing up and I work in an industry where I'm often bumping into dancers.. so much so I married one!  She's an opera singer now because it's potentially a nicer life... instead of soaking your feet in spirits like dancers... you drink spirits like sailors!
  • Mmmmmmmm "bumping" into dancers  :-*  :rofl:
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    Mmmmmmmm "bumping" into dancers  :-*  :rofl:
    Yep... Only drama is when you get up really close you still cant tell if they are smiling or grimacing!
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    Yep... Only drama is when you get up really close you still cant tell if they are smiling or grimacing!
    Just assume grimacing, and you'll probably be right.
  • Up to you to turn that frown upside down  :rofl:
  • I bet Mrs AM still visited the sink with the first shot. Absence makes the heart grow fonder but doesn't dull the pallete  :rofl: :rofl:
  • Welcome back to the family  :thumb: KK
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