Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by velvet donkey:

I said that about The Bridge!!  

A bridge without a destination is going to be a pretty short, albeit picturesque, journey. 

I was listening to a Morricone tune I just posted on the music thread as I read your convo and it seemed to fit really well.

It sounds like the dialogue between two characters in a spaghetti western.

Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by velvet donkey:

I said that about The Bridge!!  

A bridge without a destination is going to be a pretty short, albeit picturesque, journey. 

I was listening to a Morricone tune I just posted on the music thread as I read your convo and it seemed to fit really well.

It sounds like the dialogue between two characters in a spaghetti western.

 You're so right! But are you feeling lucky, punk? 

 

Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by velvet donkey:

I said that about The Bridge!!  

A bridge without a destination is going to be a pretty short, albeit picturesque, journey. 

I was listening to a Morricone tune I just posted on the music thread as I read your convo and it seemed to fit really well.

It sounds like the dialogue between two characters in a spaghetti western.

 You're so right! But are you feeling lucky, punk? 

 

 

If memory serves (and it should as I am a big Eastwood fan) that be Outlaw Josey Wales.

 

But yes, I am feeling lucky Xochi and I am also feeling in the mood to write out the quote. 

 

I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?






Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by velvet donkey:

I said that about The Bridge!!  

A bridge without a destination is going to be a pretty short, albeit picturesque, journey. 

I was listening to a Morricone tune I just posted on the music thread as I read your convo and it seemed to fit really well.

It sounds like the dialogue between two characters in a spaghetti western.

 You're so right! But are you feeling lucky, punk? 

 

 

If memory serves (and it should as I am a big Eastwood fan) that be Outlaw Josey Wales.

 

But yes, I am feeling lucky Xochi and I am also feeling in the mood to write out the quote. 

 

I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?






Ack. You're right.  

 

Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by velvet donkey:

I said that about The Bridge!!  

A bridge without a destination is going to be a pretty short, albeit picturesque, journey. 

I was listening to a Morricone tune I just posted on the music thread as I read your convo and it seemed to fit really well.

It sounds like the dialogue between two characters in a spaghetti western.

 You're so right! But are you feeling lucky, punk? 

 

 

If memory serves (and it should as I am a big Eastwood fan) that be Outlaw Josey Wales.

 

But yes, I am feeling lucky Xochi and I am also feeling in the mood to write out the quote. 

 

I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?






Was that not Dirty Harry?

Originally Posted by KaffyBaffy:
Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by Xochiquetzal:
Originally Posted by velvet donkey:

I said that about The Bridge!!  

A bridge without a destination is going to be a pretty short, albeit picturesque, journey. 

I was listening to a Morricone tune I just posted on the music thread as I read your convo and it seemed to fit really well.

It sounds like the dialogue between two characters in a spaghetti western.

 You're so right! But are you feeling lucky, punk? 

 

 

If memory serves (and it should as I am a big Eastwood fan) that be Outlaw Josey Wales.

 

But yes, I am feeling lucky Xochi and I am also feeling in the mood to write out the quote. 

 

I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?






Was that not Dirty Harry?

The bit in red was, but the previous bit was about Josey Wales 

 
The  Apprentice will be back early next month, Lord Alan Sugar has  confirmed.
The reality TV show will return with two episodes in a week,  beginning on Tuesday, May 7 on BBC One. The second episode will air a day later  on Wednesday, May 8.
The Young Apprentice 2012: Karren Brady, Lord Alan Sugar and Nick Hewer

© BBC / Talkback Thames

Lord Alan Sugar, Karren Brady and Nick Hewer

The show  will then run every Wednesday at 9pm for the remainder of the series.

 

Originally Posted by erinp:
 
The  Apprentice will be back early next month, Lord Alan Sugar has  confirmed.
The reality TV show will return with two episodes in a week,  beginning on Tuesday, May 7 on BBC One. The second episode will air a day later  on Wednesday, May 8.
The Young Apprentice 2012: Karren Brady, Lord Alan Sugar and Nick Hewer

© BBC / Talkback Thames

Lord Alan Sugar, Karren Brady and Nick Hewer

The show  will then run every Wednesday at 9pm for the remainder of the series.

 

 

 

 

 

Why is Karen Brady wearing dungarees?

 

Is it the latest fashion?

 

 

 

Originally Posted by Enthusiastic Contrafibularities:
Originally Posted by erinp:
 
The  Apprentice will be back early next month, Lord Alan Sugar has  confirmed.
The reality TV show will return with two episodes in a week,  beginning on Tuesday, May 7 on BBC One. The second episode will air a day later  on Wednesday, May 8.
The Young Apprentice 2012: Karren Brady, Lord Alan Sugar and Nick Hewer

© BBC / Talkback Thames

Lord Alan Sugar, Karren Brady and Nick Hewer

The show  will then run every Wednesday at 9pm for the remainder of the series.

 

 

 

 

 

Why is Karen Brady wearing dungarees?

 

Is it the latest fashion?

 

 

 

Thats a dress EC

Apprentice line-up

Who will it be? 1. Jordan Poulton, 2. Jaz Ampaw-Farr, 3.  Kurt Wilson, 4. Francesca MacDuff-Varley, 5. Myles Mordaunt, 6. Natalie Panayi,  7. Alex Mills, 8. Luisa Zissman, 9. Tim Stillwell, 10. Rebecca Slater, 11. Jason  Leech, 12. Sophie Lau, 13. Neil Clough, 14. Leah Totton, 15. Zeeshaan Shah, 16.  Uzma Yakoob

 

A jazz singer, a racing driver and someone  who once posed nude for charity are among the hopefuls on this year's The  Apprentice.

The 16 wannabes competing to win over Lord  Sugar were unveiled on Tuesday ahead of the return of the ninth series next  week.

And as the contestants were photographed for  the first time, it appears this may be the most glamorous line-up in the  boardroom to date.

 

 
Is there a doctor in the house? Northern Irish Leah Totton, 24, is a doctor working in London

Is there a doctor in the house? Northern Irish Leah  Totton, 24, is a doctor working in London

 
Many talents: Natalie Panayi [left) is a trained jazz singer while Luisa Zissman has once posed naked for charity
Many talents: Natalie Panayi [left) is a trained jazz singer while Luisa Zissman has once posed naked for charity
 

Many talents: Natalie Panayi (left) is a trained jazz  singer while Luisa Zissman has once posed naked for charity

Among the ladies is blonde Doctor  Leah  Totton, 24, from Northern Ireland and retail entrepreneur Luisa  Zissman, who  stripped off in the name of charity.

The mother-of-one, 25, claims she combines the 'sex appeal of Jessica Rabbit with  the intellect of Albert Einstein'.

Many of the contestants have many other  talents, with recruitment manager  Natalie Panayi, 30, also being a jazz singer  and trained make-up artist.

Myles Mordaunt, 39, used to be a professional racing driver for a brief time, but now works at a marketing company in Monaco  he founded.

 

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Inspired by Sir Richard Branson and Bernie  Ecclestone, he exclaims: 'I’m business perfection personified.'

Pakistan-born Zeeshaan  Shah, 27, appears to have set his sights on world domination after claiming  Napoleon is his idol.

He said: 'I  take inspiration from Napoleon; I am here to conquer.'

 
Here comes the girls: Will one of these ladies win over Lord Sugar?

Here comes the girls: Will one of these ladies win over  Lord Sugar?

Ahead of the 12 week competition, the  contestants certainly had fighting talk.

Historian and property entrepreneur  Jason  Leech, 29, said: 'Some people might come to this process with a  game plan. I  just feel my effortless superiority will take me all the  way.'

The oldest candidate this year is married  mother-of-three Jaz Ampaw-Farr, 41, who runs a literacy company.

She boasts: 'I’m half machine. I can process  things at a speed that is out of this world!'

The youngest are restaurateur Sophie Lau and  company director Alex Mills, who are both 22.

 
Howay the lads: Will a man win the show again like last year's winner Ricky Martin?

Howay the lads: Will a man win the show again like last  year's winner Ricky Martin?

Sophie, who started her own catering company  at 19, said: 'I don’t have a  multi-million pound business but what I do have is  the raw talent, the  drive and the competitive streak.'

Business analyst Jordan Poulton certainly  started early, getting his first business experience aged six as he sold kittens  in the playground.

He explained: 'I've worked in third world  countries and first world countries. I know what it’s like to struggle to feed  kids and I know what it’s like to fly in a private jet.'

The winner of this year's series will see  Lord Sugar give his apprentice £250,000 worth of investment.

He said: 'This process is not about a job, it  is about me ploughing £250,000 into a business. This is an  unbelievable  opportunity. For me to choose you, you've got to be  brilliant.'

 
Ready to work hard? The 16 candidates are hoping to become Lord Sugar's Apprentice

Ready to work hard? The 16 candidates are hoping to  become Lord Sugar's Apprentice

He also admitted he is tempted to become a  contestant on the show to find out what it's like on the other side.

He said: 'If  we do a 10th series, I'm going to put a mask on and go the other side for a  little while.'

Lord Sugar conceded he wasn't a fan of  watching the show back: 'By about the  11th episode I do get a bit sick and tired of seeing myself on  screen.'

 

slightly new twist, this year the candidates will reveal their business ideas  right from the start of the process, not only creating an additional level of  competition between the applicants but also challenging them to prove they have  the skills to succeed in the business they are pitching to Lord Sugar.  Will  those planning a catering business come out top in a food task?  Or those  pushing a sales–based business succeed in shaking hands on the best deal
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