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PostSubject: The Mentalist   Wed Dec 30, 2009 2:47 pm

Im sorry, but every week, while Im watching the TV Series "THE MENTALIST", I keep on seeing our idol in the screen. This guy makes me think of Setzer a lot. Is it just me, or anyone else has ever thought the same?





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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:37 pm

I don't watch the show, but have seen the guy on commercials. I agree - I think he looks like The Brian also.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Wed Dec 30, 2009 4:26 pm

He's an Aussie too! Stephen Baker.
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Wed Dec 30, 2009 4:29 pm

Ooops! Make that Simon Baker!
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Wed Dec 30, 2009 5:53 pm

Jeez Sam, us Aussies are great looking bunch aren't we!!
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:19 pm

No he doe'snt. Do you have a Jack Daniels when you watch the mentalist?
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Thu Dec 31, 2009 5:41 am

Haha David...it might be a taxi driver thing because I remarked on the similarity to the wife a while back.(She watches it,I don't.)

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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:25 am

hahhaaha, yeah man, I guess we develope a sense that other people dont, since we analize people when they get in the cab, to see if we are safe or not.

I think it is not only his hair, but his look and features... and also that "Teddy Boy" kind of style dressing, that makes me think of Setzer when I see that dude on the TV.

Glad to see Im not crazy and obsessed Laughing Laughing




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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Fri Jan 01, 2010 11:12 am

Spanishdavid wrote:
hahhaaha, yeah man, I guess we develope a sense that other people dont, since we analize people when they get in the cab, to see if we are safe or not.

I think it is not only his hair, but his look and features... and also that "Teddy Boy" kind of style dressing, that makes me think of Setzer when I see that dude on the TV.

Glad to see Im not crazy and obsessed Laughing Laughing




I think if Robert Redford and Setzer's mom had knocked boots, this dude would be the result. Setzer wished he looked that "debonaire" Smile Heck I wish I looked like Johnny
Depp... hmmm, this is all too "bro-mantic" rabbit
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Fri Jan 01, 2010 3:58 pm

Both guys are pretty darn good lookin', and there are a few similarities there. Kind of like distant cousins. Laughing

Hey guys, ya know, us gals actually like it when our guys take the time to dress up a little bit. There's something really special about our bad boys in good clothes...

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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Fri Jan 01, 2010 4:50 pm

god bless mike ness
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Fri Jan 01, 2010 5:00 pm

Hey Lisathegreaser..... that was pretty darn funny....... A couple fingers of Jack will make alot of things look like alot of things.......

and to quote another Rebel, "I'm gonna sue Jack Daniels for
hitting me with a trunk of a big ol' live oak tree"............

IMNOTSOHO, he does NOT look like Brian. But, let me and the ole' Gentleman..... Jackson get reacquainted tonight and I'll let you know......
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Fri Jan 01, 2010 5:16 pm

Diggey wrote:
Hey Lisathegreaser..... that was pretty darn funny....... A couple fingers of Jack will make alot of things look like alot of things.......

and to quote another Rebel, "I'm gonna sue Jack Daniels for
hitting me with a trunk of a big ol' live oak tree"............

IMNOTSOHO, he does NOT look like Brian. But, let me and the ole' Gentleman..... Jackson get reacquainted tonight and I'll let you know......

ya..Lisa's comment was hilarious, whiskeygoggles sneek up on ya and
Gentleman Jack will definitely tell you wonderful lies you would otherwise ignore! Smile
dont be mad David, I'm enjoying the thread. (and some Maker's Mark)

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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Fri Jan 01, 2010 9:35 pm

From a girl's perspective I'd have to say they don't look too much alike. I agree with HRG, distant cousins maybe. Although I wouldn't kick either one of them out of bed.

I don't know about having your bad boy dress up, though. Sometimes bad boys just look good...bad. Twisted Evil

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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Sun Feb 28, 2010 1:08 pm

tvthewiredturtle wrote:
Diggey wrote:
Hey Lisathegreaser..... that was pretty darn funny....... A couple fingers of Jack will make alot of things look like alot of things.......

and to quote another Rebel, "I'm gonna sue Jack Daniels for
hitting me with a trunk of a big ol' live oak tree"............

IMNOTSOHO, he does NOT look like Brian. But, let me and the ole' Gentleman..... Jackson get reacquainted tonight and I'll let you know......

ya..Lisa's comment was hilarious, whiskeygoggles sneek up on ya and
Gentleman Jack will definitely tell you wonderful lies you would otherwise ignore! Smile
dont be mad David, I'm enjoying the thread. (and some Maker's Mark)


Thanks Tavo, that reminds me I got a bottle of GJ that I need to crack open, cheers to the room cheers
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:50 pm

pony65k wrote:
tvthewiredturtle wrote:
Diggey wrote:
Hey Lisathegreaser..... that was pretty darn funny....... A couple fingers of Jack will make alot of things look like alot of things.......

and to quote another Rebel, "I'm gonna sue Jack Daniels for
hitting me with a trunk of a big ol' live oak tree"............

IMNOTSOHO, he does NOT look like Brian. But, let me and the ole' Gentleman..... Jackson get reacquainted tonight and I'll let you know......

ya..Lisa's comment was hilarious, whiskeygoggles sneek up on ya and
Gentleman Jack will definitely tell you wonderful lies you would otherwise ignore! Smile
dont be mad David, I'm enjoying the thread. (and some Maker's Mark)


Thanks Tavo, that reminds me I got a bottle of GJ that I need to crack open, cheers to the room cheers

when you read the "real" story of Jack Daniels and about the history of lynchburg?? Tennessee you will really appreciate all that is involved with that fine after dinner drink. Btw... try it over a 1/3 glass of crushed ice after you take 1/2 shot straight to
the lips to temper your palette..

This stuff is great..even better than Makers Mark. Next on my list is a small distillery with a bourbon called Knob Hill.
btw.. what kind of fire water do you have there in south Oz thats comparable?
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:43 pm

tvthewiredturtle wrote:
pony65k wrote:
tvthewiredturtle wrote:
Diggey wrote:
Hey Lisathegreaser..... that was pretty darn funny....... A couple fingers of Jack will make alot of things look like alot of things.......

and to quote another Rebel, "I'm gonna sue Jack Daniels for
hitting me with a trunk of a big ol' live oak tree"............

IMNOTSOHO, he does NOT look like Brian. But, let me and the ole' Gentleman..... Jackson get reacquainted tonight and I'll let you know......

ya..Lisa's comment was hilarious, whiskeygoggles sneek up on ya and
Gentleman Jack will definitely tell you wonderful lies you would otherwise ignore! Smile
dont be mad David, I'm enjoying the thread. (and some Maker's Mark)


Thanks Tavo, that reminds me I got a bottle of GJ that I need to crack open, cheers to the room cheers

when you read the "real" story of Jack Daniels and about the history of lynchburg?? Tennessee you will really appreciate all that is involved with that fine after dinner drink. Btw... try it over a 1/3 glass of crushed ice after you take 1/2 shot straight to
the lips to temper your palette..

This stuff is great..even better than Makers Mark. Next on my list is a small distillery with a bourbon called Knob Hill.
btw.. what kind of fire water do you have there in south Oz thats comparable?

If you're meaning whiskey as fire water, then none. In all of oz, the whole whiskey scene is apparently very young and doesn't compare to what you guys have over there in the land of milk, honey and whiskey. I'm still a beer, red wine and Jack's man.

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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:04 pm

pony65k wrote:
tvthewiredturtle wrote:
pony65k wrote:
tvthewiredturtle wrote:
Diggey wrote:
Hey Lisathegreaser..... that was pretty darn funny....... A couple fingers of Jack will make alot of things look like alot of things.......

and to quote another Rebel, "I'm gonna sue Jack Daniels for
hitting me with a trunk of a big ol' live oak tree"............

IMNOTSOHO, he does NOT look like Brian. But, let me and the ole' Gentleman..... Jackson get reacquainted tonight and I'll let you know......

ya..Lisa's comment was hilarious, whiskeygoggles sneek up on ya and
Gentleman Jack will definitely tell you wonderful lies you would otherwise ignore! Smile
dont be mad David, I'm enjoying the thread. (and some Maker's Mark)


Thanks Tavo, that reminds me I got a bottle of GJ that I need to crack open, cheers to the room cheers

when you read the "real" story of Jack Daniels and about the history of lynchburg?? Tennessee you will really appreciate all that is involved with that fine after dinner drink. Btw... try it over a 1/3 glass of crushed ice after you take 1/2 shot straight to
the lips to temper your palette..

This stuff is great..even better than Makers Mark. Next on my list is a small distillery with a bourbon called Knob Hill.
btw.. what kind of fire water do you have there in south Oz thats comparable?

If you're meaning whiskey as fire water, then none. In all of oz, the whole whiskey scene is apparently very young and doesn't compare to what you guys have over there in the land of milk, honey and whiskey. I'm still a beer, red wine and Jack's man.

R

R,
if you appreciate really nice Red wine then its time for you to start having a small
glass of Irish whiskey with a splash of water(teaspoon).
Jameson is no GJ bourbon for sure with its peaty malt but man its nice.

btw.. Gentleman Jack is great but I challenge you to a bottle of their Single Barrel!
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PostSubject: Re: The Mentalist   Thu Mar 04, 2010 1:07 pm

tvthewiredturtle wrote:
pony65k wrote:
tvthewiredturtle wrote:
pony65k wrote:
tvthewiredturtle wrote:
Diggey wrote:
Hey Lisathegreaser..... that was pretty darn funny....... A couple fingers of Jack will make alot of things look like alot of things.......

and to quote another Rebel, "I'm gonna sue Jack Daniels for
hitting me with a trunk of a big ol' live oak tree"............

IMNOTSOHO, he does NOT look like Brian. But, let me and the ole' Gentleman..... Jackson get reacquainted tonight and I'll let you know......

ya..Lisa's comment was hilarious, whiskeygoggles sneek up on ya and
Gentleman Jack will definitely tell you wonderful lies you would otherwise ignore! Smile
dont be mad David, I'm enjoying the thread. (and some Maker's Mark)


Thanks Tavo, that reminds me I got a bottle of GJ that I need to crack open, cheers to the room cheers

when you read the "real" story of Jack Daniels and about the history of lynchburg?? Tennessee you will really appreciate all that is involved with that fine after dinner drink. Btw... try it over a 1/3 glass of crushed ice after you take 1/2 shot straight to
the lips to temper your palette..

This stuff is great..even better than Makers Mark. Next on my list is a small distillery with a bourbon called Knob Hill.
btw.. what kind of fire water do you have there in south Oz thats comparable?

If you're meaning whiskey as fire water, then none. In all of oz, the whole whiskey scene is apparently very young and doesn't compare to what you guys have over there in the land of milk, honey and whiskey. I'm still a beer, red wine and Jack's man.

R

R,
if you appreciate really nice Red wine then its time for you to start having a small
glass of Irish whiskey with a splash of water(teaspoon).
Jameson is no GJ bourbon for sure with its peaty malt but man its nice.

btw.. Gentleman Jack is great but I challenge you to a bottle of their Single Barrel!

I willingly accept your challenge. When my wife and I get our a$$es to the States, I'll bring the bottle Very Happy

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