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Squidward
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06 Dec 2009, 9:22 am

EnglishInvader wrote:
Squidward wrote:
I'm not quite happy with my Fantasia DVD[/i]


The only Disney I have on DVD is Bambi and this is well worth seeing on DVD. The animation combines with classical music in much the same way as Fantasia does.


I love Bambi, too. I'm unfortunately unable to obtain it on DVD at the moment. The Diamond Edition must be years away!


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06 Dec 2009, 1:31 pm

Irishlass99 wrote:
Royal Histories. Tudors, Plantagenets, right now I'm reading about Queen Victoria. I love biographies and rarely, if ever, read fiction.
When I was in junior high school, and we studied them in history class, I developed a temporary, intense interest in the English monarchy, the Tudors, and especially Henry VIII's wives and his progeny. For months I spent my lunch time in the library reading biographies.



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06 Dec 2009, 2:06 pm

1. History
2. Anime
3.Manga/comics

Those seem to be the main ones. I also have ones that shift over time. Airline Disasters, Tornado's, and pretty much anything science/medical related.



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06 Dec 2009, 4:22 pm

Oh, yeah, I forgot to add Chemistry and Sherlock Holmes onto the list. :D



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06 Dec 2009, 6:10 pm

I have several main interests, environment and animals, science, pyschology, and mysticism...and then those get more specific within them, like environment has the focus of generally being good the earth, sustainability, homeopathy, gardening, animals, animal rights, vegan diet... science is weather, astronomy, origin of universe and life...I could keep going...but I'm at work, and I should probably end this.


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07 Dec 2009, 2:24 am

Forensic science, music, and computers.



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07 Dec 2009, 2:51 am

My narrow interests of the moment are:
Lighthouses
population control
WP
Mr Magoriums Wonder Emporium
Terraforming


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07 Dec 2009, 7:32 am

Firearms,

But, it's shotguns and rifles, especially designs from the western/frontier era (I also don't mind western pistols, i.e., single-action revolvers). So, break-action rifles/shotguns, lever-action rifles/shotguns, and single-action pistols.

I'm also a fan of modern small-bore and large-bore hunting rifles.



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07 Dec 2009, 10:11 am

CockneyRebel wrote:
The music and fashions of the Mid 1960s 64-67.


If that counts, then my obsession is definitely the music, fashion, movies, and lifestyle of 1980-1989 (especially the mid 80s). And I wasn't even alive then.

Other than that, I have been planning to get into the field of computer animation (especially for movies and/or video games) for years and years. I like to draw. I like to design. People are always surprised when they hear I do digital design & graphics, and that I want to help animate movies for Pixar. No one else I know wants to do this.