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Barbara Walters' earlobes

Tim Howard
10.12.2009 - 05:39
Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes are?
Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes looked
twice as long as should be normal. Maybe I am not used to seeing her
hair pulled back so I never noticed. See this footage if you don't know
what I am talking about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oGKfhYnC8I

viking67
10.12.2009 - 07:27
On Dec 9, 11:390pm, Tim Howard <tim.how...@suddenlink.net> wrote:
Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes are?
Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes looked
twice as long as should be normal. 0Maybe I am not used to seeing her
hair pulled back so I never noticed. 0See this footage if you don't kno=
w
what I am talking about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vD_oGKfhYnC8I

She's 100 years old. Everything on her sags and droops.

Maybe
10.12.2009 - 07:44
On Dec 9, 8:39FFDpm, Tim Howard <tim.how...@suddenlink.net> wrote:
Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes are?
Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes looked
twice as long as should be normal. FFDMaybe I am not used to seeing=
her
hair pulled back so I never noticed. FFDSee this footage if you don=
't know
what I am talking about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vD_oGKfhYnC8I

I think it is the errings.

Maybe...or her short neck!

R H Draney
10.12.2009 - 08:53
Maybe filted:

On Dec 9, 8:39FFDpm, Tim Howard <tim.how...@suddenlink.net> wrote:
Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes are?
Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes looked
twice as long as should be normal. FFDMaybe I am not used to seeing=
her
hair pulled back so I never noticed. FFDSee this footage if you don=
't know
what I am talking about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?vD_oGKfhYnC8I

I think it is the errings.

Maybe...or her short neck!

Or all those affairs she's admitted to...guys need something to hang onto....r


--
A pessimist sees the glass as half empty.
An optometrist asks whether you see the glass
more full like this?...or like this?

Lucy
10.12.2009 - 14:33
On Dec 10, 2:530am, R H Draney <dadoc...@spamcop.net> wrote:
Maybe filted:



>On Dec 9, 8:39DEFDBFDBDpm, Tim Howard <tim.how...@suddenlink.net> =
wrote:
>> Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes are?
>> Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes looked
>> twice as long as should be normal. DEFDBFDBDMaybe I am not used =
to seeingD
> her
>> hair pulled back so I never noticed. DEFDBFDBDSee this footage i=
f you donD
>'t know
>> what I am talking about.

>>http://www.youtube.com/watch?vD3D_oGKfhYnC8I

>I think it is the errings.

>Maybe...or her short neck!

Or all those affairs she's admitted to...guys need something to hang onto=
....r

--
A pessimist sees the glass as half empty.
An optometrist asks whether you see the glass
more full like this?...or like this?

Earlobes never stop growing, heavy earrings or not. I used to be
fascinated with LBJ's ears. OMG, they were almost as long as his
dogs' . The ones that bother me are Ben Stein's. He does commentary
on CBS Sunday Morning and those puppies stick out, moreso than the
rest of his ears. They look like fleshy Frankenstein bolts coming out
of his upper neck. I can't pay attention to whatever nonsense he's
spouting because I can't tear my attention away from the Frankenstein
look he sports.

foxyscribe_1
10.12.2009 - 16:53
On Dec 10, 8:330am, Lucy <lpfe...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Dec 10, 2:530am, R H Draney <dadoc...@spamcop.net> wrote:





> Maybe filted:

> >On Dec 9, 8:39DEFDBFDBDpm, Tim Howard <tim.how...@suddenlink.net=
wrote:
> >> Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes are=
?
> >> Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes look=
ed
> >> twice as long as should be normal. DEFDBFDBDMaybe I am not use=
d to seeingD
> > her
> >> hair pulled back so I never noticed. DEFDBFDBDSee this footage=
if you donD
> >'t know
> >> what I am talking about.

> >>http://www.youtube.com/watch?vD3D_oGKfhYnC8I

> >I think it is the errings.

> >Maybe...or her short neck!

> Or all those affairs she's admitted to...guys need something to hang on=
to....r

> --
> A pessimist sees the glass as half empty.
> An optometrist asks whether you see the glass
> more full like this?...or like this?

Earlobes never stop growing, heavy earrings or not. 0I used to be
fascinated with LBJ's ears. 0OMG, they were almost as long as his
dogs' . 0The ones that bother me are Ben Stein's. 0He does commentary
on CBS Sunday Morning and those puppies stick out, moreso than the
rest of his ears. 0They look like fleshy Frankenstein bolts coming out
of his upper neck. I can't pay attention to whatever nonsense he's
spouting because I can't tear my attention away from the Frankenstein
look he sports.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -

When Larry Brown coached the Sixers he used to pull on his right
earlobe during the game's stressful moments ...I always worried that
his earlobe would eventually be grossly longer than the left one.

Twibil
10.12.2009 - 19:47

On Dec 10, 7:530am, foxyscrib...@yahoo.com wrote:


When Larry Brown coached the Sixers he used to pull on his right
earlobe during the game's stressful moments ...I always worried that
his earlobe would eventually be grossly longer than the left one.

Hmmm.

When I was growing up, the nuns in Catholic grade schools would
occasionally tie a left-handed kid's hand behind his back to
"encourage" him to use his right hand for school work.

Mayhap you could do the same with Larry's right ear lobe?


Sally
10.12.2009 - 22:09
On Dec 10, 10:53FFDam, foxyscrib...@yahoo.com wrote:
On Dec 10, 8:33FFDam, Lucy <lpfe...@gmail.com> wrote:





> On Dec 10, 2:53FFDam, R H Draney <dadoc...@spamcop.net> wrote:

> > Maybe filted:

> > >On Dec 9, 8:39DEFDBFDBDpm, Tim Howard <tim.how...@suddenlink.n=
et> wrote:
> > >> Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes a=
re?
> > >> Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes lo=
oked
> > >> twice as long as should be normal. DEFDBFDBDMaybe I am not u=
sed to seeingD
> > > her
> > >> hair pulled back so I never noticed. DEFDBFDBDSee this foota=
ge if you donD
> > >'t know
> > >> what I am talking about.

> > >>http://www.youtube.com/watch?vD3D_oGKfhYnC8I

> > >I think it is the errings.

> > >Maybe...or her short neck!

> > Or all those affairs she's admitted to...guys need something to hang =
onto....r

> > --
> > A pessimist sees the glass as half empty.
> > An optometrist asks whether you see the glass
> > more full like this?...or like this?

> Earlobes never stop growing, heavy earrings or not. FFDI used to =
be
> fascinated with LBJ's ears. FFDOMG, they were almost as long as h=
is
> dogs' . FFDThe ones that bother me are Ben Stein's. FFDHe d=
oes commentary
> on CBS Sunday Morning and those puppies stick out, moreso than the
> rest of his ears. FFDThey look like fleshy Frankenstein bolts com=
ing out
> of his upper neck. I can't pay attention to whatever nonsense he's
> spouting because I can't tear my attention away from the Frankenstein
> look he sports.- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

When Larry Brown coached the Sixers he used to pull on his right
earlobe during the game's stressful moments ...I always worried that
his earlobe would eventually be grossly longer than the left one.- Hide q=
uoted text -

- Show quoted text -

There's always one longer than the other. Why, my right foot is a half-
size larger than my left! And perfectly symmetrical breasts are rare,
too. (One is bigger than the other, etc.) Who's perfect?

What I hate are the long lines that can develop in pierced ears from
wearing earrings that are too heavy for too many years.

Sally

"Tony Linguini"
11.12.2009 - 06:47

On 10-Dec-2009, Sally <SallyDemail@anonym; wrote:

On Dec 10, 10:53�am, foxyscrib...@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Dec 10, 8:33�am, Lucy <lpfe...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Dec 10, 2:53�am, R H Draney <dadoc...@spamcop.net> wrote:
>
> > > Maybe filted:
>
> > > >On Dec 9, 8:39FFDpm, Tim Howard <tim.how...@suddenlink.net>
> > > >wrote:
> > > >> Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes
> > > >are?
> > > >> Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes
> > > >looked
> > > >> twice as long as should be normal. FFDMaybe I am not used
> > > >to seeing=
> > > > her
> > > >> hair pulled back so I never noticed. FFDSee this footage if
> > > >you don=
> > > >'t know
> > > >> what I am talking about.
>
> > > >>http://www.youtube.com/watch?vD_oGKfhYnC8I
>
> > > >I think it is the errings.
>
> > > >Maybe...or her short neck!
>
> > > Or all those affairs she's admitted to...guys need something to hang
> > > onto....r
>
>
> When Larry Brown coached the Sixers he used to pull on his right
> earlobe during the game's stressful moments ...I always worried that
> his earlobe would eventually be grossly longer than the left one.- Hide
> quoted text -

There's always one longer than the other. Why, my right foot is a half-
size larger than my left! And perfectly symmetrical breasts are rare,
too. (One is bigger than the other, etc.) Who's perfect?

What I hate are the long lines that can develop in pierced ears from
wearing earrings that are too heavy for too many years.

Sally

I just figured Barbara began signing off by signalling her mother a la Carol
Burnett.

DTSmith
11.12.2009 - 14:42
On Dec 11, 12:470am, "Tony Linguini" <th...@more.it> wrote:

I just figured Barbara began signing off by signalling her mother a la Ca=
rol
Burnett.

Maybe it means she's doing Tom Dreesen. (he does it too)

Lucy
11.12.2009 - 16:20
On Dec 10, 4:090pm, Sally <SallyDr...@aol.com> wrote:

What I hate are the long lines that can develop in pierced ears from
wearing earrings that are too heavy for too many years.

Sally

Those creases are genetic, not caused by earrings. My brother has
'em, too, and has never worn an earring in his life. The creases also
seem to be an indicator of future cardiac problems. <shrug> I read
that somewhere.

-- Lucy


Sally
11.12.2009 - 18:35
On Dec 11, 10:20FFDam, Lucy <lpfe...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Dec 10, 4:09FFDpm, Sally <SallyDr...@aol.com> wrote:



> What I hate are the long lines that can develop in pierced ears from
> wearing earrings that are too heavy for too many years.

> Sally

Those creases are genetic, not caused by earrings. FFDMy brother ha=
s
'em, too, and has never worn an earring in his life. The creases also
seem to be an indicator of future cardiac problems. FFD<shrug> I re=
ad
that somewhere.

FFD -- Lucy

The pierced holes weighed down by the earrings cause long holes. I
agree there are creases, too, but that wasn't what I was talking
about. As far as the connection to heart disease, I've noticed one or
two creases on my ears, so maybe I have some chance of a heart
attack...imagine all the afl folks who will be studying their ear
creases as a result of your post. :) I can see them jockeying for a
good position in front of the mirror right now. I read the same thing,
that it's an indicator of what you said. How much can you worry? As it
is, I'm trying to fix my cholesterol, LDL, etc. to keep my chances
slim of getting a heart attack. Green tea is good for that, as is
Niacin (the no-flush kind.) Flaxseeds are great for weight loss, and
that counts too.

Sally

Tim Howard
20.12.2009 - 07:02
Tim Howard wrote:
Did anyone notice how long Barbara's bottom part of her earlobes are?
Maybe it was the big earrings weighing them down, but her lobes looked
twice as long as should be normal. Maybe I am not used to seeing her
hair pulled back so I never noticed. See this footage if you don't know
what I am talking about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oGKfhYnC8I

Wow. I love it that my trivial post has turned into a trivial long thread.

"Alan Page"
20.12.2009 - 07:11

"Tim Howard" wrote...
Wow. I love it that my trivial post has turned into a trivial long
thread.

13...now 14 posts does not make a thread long in afl.

You need over 100 posts in this newsgroup to get near to being long.

But then, the post was about long...earlobes.


--


Alan

www.best-page.us

www.wfp.org

~WWWWW~
What a Wonderful Web We Weave



Sally
20.12.2009 - 18:43
On Dec 20, 1:11FFDam, "Alan Page" <alp...@spamsucceed.net> wrote:
"Tim Howard" wrote...
> Wow. FFDI love it that my trivial post has turned into a trivial =
long
> thread.

FFD FFD 13...now 14 posts does not make a thread long in afl.

FFD FFD You need over 100 posts in this newsgroup to get near=
to being long.

FFD FFD But then, the post was about long...earlobes.

--

Alan

www.best-page.us

www.wfp.org

FFD FFD FFD FFD FFD FFD FFD F=
FD FFD ~WWWWW~
What a Wonderful Web We Weave

Maybe we can stretch this thread out till we reach 100.

Sally




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