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Doncha think that Hamid Karzai is the hottest stud since Ricky Martin? Oooh, ooooh, he could park his sandals under my straw mat anytime.

-- (lorelei@jiffy.lube), January 26, 2002


Afghanistan is a nation seething in repressed sexuality. At this very moment, Playboy is working on an issue "Beneathe the Burqa, the Babes of Afghanistan".

-- (, January 26, 2002.

Hamid just didn't "move" me, lorelei. I don't think I've ever seen Ricky Martin. My "heroes" are: SO [even when he's wearing flannel PJ's because he has a bad cold this week], Jeff Bridges, Kevin Costner, Mel Gibson, Richard Gere, and maybe a few other now old men who I've grown to love based on both memories of how they looked in their youth [with the exception of Gere, who only got to the HOT stage when his hair turned gray], and personalities displayed in real life or on the screen.

-- Anita (, January 26, 2002.

Are you high? If you like chrome-domers, try Captain Picard, at least he doesn't smell like a camel and have a beard full of fleas.

BTW, Rick Martin is gay. He has hired a genetic scientist to clone a copy of his butt so that he can make love to it.

-- (you@suck.camels), January 26, 2002.

I agree with you, Anita, but your list would not be complete without James Brolin. Ooo-la-la! Now there's a hunk for ya! So far I've been sucessful in restaining myself while watching reruns of 'Wings of Gold' but it's about all I can do. It's not just his looks but his demeanor. And that voice...yikes!

-- LadyVi (, January 26, 2002.

Sean Connery forever!

-- (Aunt Fanny@Sun.City), January 26, 2002.

I like Sean Connery too, Aunt Fanny. The beard and salt-and-pepper hair made him even more handsome in my opinion. He's getting a little TOO old now, but he definitely had charm and sex appeal.

-- Pammy (, January 28, 2002.

I miss John Wayne. Now there was a man who knew how to handle his horse.

-- helen (, January 29, 2002.

Who do I miss? Lessee: Yul Brynner, my all time fav, especially in the King and I; Jimmy Stewart for sure, in It's A Wonderful Life, among others; oh, and Robert Redford, for Jeremiah Johnson and numerous other movies-oh but he's till lurkin in the mtns!

-- Aunt Bee (, January 29, 2002.

I had a terrible crush on Mary Ann on Gilligan's Island. The girl who played Penny in the original Lost In Space TV series made me fall in love, too. :)

-- Stephen M. Poole (, January 29, 2002.

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