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Hi there

Due to my extraordinary vanity, I would like a positive for from you for NotM. I chose to ask you as I recently did a PEEReview on you. If you did not like my PEEReview, please ignore this message. Pup

James Maitland Stewart (May 20, 1908 – July 2, 1997), popularly known as Jimmy Stewart, was an American banker, photographer, detective, teacher, voyeur, murderer, actor and director. His unusual hobbies and the high class film adaptions of various aspects of his life stories by Jimmy himself made Jimmy one of the best known and loved actors of all time. His life and works are often referenced in American culture as being at the very pinnacle of American creative genius.

Early Life

James Maitland Stewart was born on May 20, 1908 in Indiana, Pennsylvania, the son of Alfred Hitchcock and Bette Davis. His parents were unsympathetic to him, and he lacked self confidence. At age 18, Jimmy moved to New York. Penniless and lonely, he became a banker. This was the start of his long and illustrious career.

Jimmy as a Banker

Jimmy became a

Oh of course

Now that you've said that it makes perfect sense... --Pup 23:19, 8 July 2009 (UTC)

UnDead Thankings

UnBooksDaddytheresazombieinthegarden Doug would like to thank you!

For Helping him and little Emily get through the inconvenient zombie apocalypse!

Of course it reminds you of Sean of the Dead - it reminds me of Sean of the Dead. Also good to meet you! :)    Orian57    Talk   Union pink 15:02 14 July 2009


On getting Humphrey Bogart featured. I'm glad you used the advice from my pee review, your article became a lot better after words. So, good job, I guess you should put one of those templates on your profile. Staircase CUNt 00:10, 22 July 2009 (UTC)

Starsky & Hutch

Hi Padddy, your WiP tag expired on Starsky & Hutch, so I moved it here for you. Maybe finish it there then move it back? I like what you're got there so far though, so I hope you continue with it. --UU - natter UU Manhole 08:40, Oct 2

Attn: Regarding an article hosted on your website

It's a bit late, but not as late as a late parrot. Thanks! MacManiasig.png MacManiasig-cheerios.png MacManiasig-holmes.png MacManiasig-starwars.png MacManiasig-firefly.png MacManiasig-pixar.png MacManiasig-oregon.png MacManiasig-lesmiz.png MacManiasig-doctor.png 16px-HalLogo.png Portal16px.png UncycLensFlare16px.pngDalek16px.png 16px-ChekhovSig.png16px-JapanSig.png Sir MacMania GUN[14:04 3 Nov 2009]



Hi. The page you played with turns out to be one of the original pages at Uncy! Thanks for finding it. Maybe you can take the article you created and rename it, and then put it back on VFH under the new name, that sounds like the best all-around solution. Thanks, and good to meet you, I've never run across you before. Cheers! Aleister in Chains 1:58 6 6 MMX

Hall of Shame

And did you know that with your three features you earned a place in the Hall of Shame? Please add yourself in, and another drink deserved. Congratulations! I really like your article on Bogie. Al sans chains 2:05 6 6 MMX


I don't get why you moved the large pic to the side. It takes away from the page's implied joke right at the start, when someone slides over and sees the pic. Much better, imnho, at the bottom when Jesus's joke is revealed, and it comes out that Jesus is the hidden voice asking the questions. Al sans chains 15:32 6 6 MMX

It was still on the right of my page, on a laptop, so I edited and added "left" onto the photo and it's now positioned at the bottom. Did that change anything on your end? If not, probably fixed. Thanks for the Chronium (or however he spells it) link, I've never spent a lot of time looking for the first edits on uncy. I do have the first photo uploaded on my user page, linked to "History". I'm a buff for historical things like that. Congrats on your Godfather page, looks like it'll be featured soon. And you've got my vote on the Afterlife page when it shows up on VFH. Enjoy. Aleister in Chains 20:43 6 6 MMX

Too bad ....

About your Afterlife page. I liked it. Maybe you want to try it on Votes For Good? Hey, I've gotta whore for a read here, Jesus told me to. Please have a look at Guildy and my UnPoetia:Well-Oiled Birds opus on VFH, and if you love it half as much as we do, please give it a vote consid. Thanks a plenty. The whore washing the feet of Jesus 20:49 25 6 MMX

Nah, I'll just start killing hookers and eating their kidneys again. But thanks anyway. I voted for your poem. Sir Padddy5 CUN VFH 21:04, June 25, 2010 (UTC)

And thank you for doing so. Hooker kidneys are the best! A man after my own heart (but I get the first bite) Al 23:48 30 6 MMX

Al and Guildy thank you for your vote, this page loves you too. And only the fourth UnPoetia ever featured--thanks again!

[option]"Let's send in the cruise missiles, the smart missiles, the rockets, everything we can muster up before this guy sees that we're on to him." says one of your top Navy generals, @@RANDOMNAME@@. "We already have our battleships waiting for the order. Sure, they're might be some civilian casualties, but we'd be saving a lot of our citizens. And the Maxtopian government would understand we were stopping someone who was a threat to them to." [effect]nearby nations wake up to find entire neighborhoods destroyed by rockets from @@NAME@@ [stats]apathy increases, civil rights go down

[option]"No, we can't do that." says your top military advisor @@RANDOMNAME@@. "The Army has specially trained squads to deal with threats like this. We'll just send in a small detachment. These places are easy pickings for our high tech equipment, and the only civilians killed will be the ones who wander into our line of fire. He'll be dead by sunrise. We'll dump him in the ocean to make sure." [effect]military excursions are often made into neighbouring countries for reasons of "national security" [stats]apathy decreases

[option]"You're all forgetting the major issue here." says your level-headed aide @@RANDOMNAME@@. "We're putting armed gunmen into a country that isn't ours without permission. The solution is simple: train a squad of soldiers in non lethal tactics. We'll need some more funding, sure, but flashbangs and tasers win more hearts than bombs and bullets. And we'll make back our money when he's put on trial! Think of the prices we could get for commercials!" [effect]televised trials of terrorist leaders are becoming the country's most watched programmes [stats]tax rate increases slightly,public apathy decreases

[option]"The best choice of all is one of peace." says your most peaceful advisor @@RANDOMNAME@@ while making a daisy chain and placing it around your neck. "Let's just pay Maxtopia to hand him over. Sure he killed lots of our people, but he doesn't deserve to be killed or tasered. And I bet, with the proper funding, he and all his followers can be rehabilitated to be model citizens of our country." [effect]ex-terrorist leaders are becoming @@NAME@@'s most sought after neighbours

[stats]Tax rate increases a lot, civil rights go up

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