Big Disney

From: "nu-monet v6.0" <>
Date: Thu, Nov 6, 2003

Change of policy.

Click "Yes", or you'll never see the mouse again.

I don't know what you're talking about.
I've never met you before in my life.
That story sounds like utter bullshit.
I wasn't there and it wasn't me.
I am *not* in denial. Shut up.


From: "Rev. Ivan Stang" <>

nu-monet v6.0 <> wrote:

> Change of policy.
> Click "Yes", or you'll never see the mouse again.


DISNEY STUDIOS and PIXAR PRODUCTIONS inked a deal today in Burbank that
will bring the CG animated adventures of cheesecake model Bettie Page
to the screen as early as 2005. Though details are sketchy as to how
the soft-core model will be adapted to fit the DISNEY mold, producers
are so confident of the appeal of the subject they predict a franchise
will develop, given the positive showing of the first film. Distributed
through DISNEY's MIRAMAX arm, The Adventures of Bettie Page is expected
to bring in the 18-35 crowd DISNEY is so desperate to woo. No vocal
talents have been signed to the project as of yet.


B.Werner news forward

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Resurrected (Rev. Ivan Stang, prop.)


From: polar bear <>

> >

Oh -MY -GOD!!!! What's next? The Vargas girls in a Fantasia remake?

(actually, that would probably be pretty good)



From: mshotz@aol.commonkeypo (Rev. Richard Skull)

I sometimes found the Vargas Girls more "stimulating" then the centerfolds!

MSHOTZ: The Post Post Modern Man


From: Joe Cosby <>

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or services.)"

Joe Cosby

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