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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 14:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


Famous people today... do any of them look like any members of Queen???? I would love to know any for freddie.

(And no i won't except brian, roger, john and freddie as an answer lol )


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 16:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There is a guy who comes into Pitstop EVERY sunday and orders a BLT and he looks a lot like Freddie! Ill try to get his picture!


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 16:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There's this guy at my college who for the first two seconds of seeing him I thought he looked a little like Freddie. He had big teeth, dark shoulder length hair, but then I looked at him closely and he really didn't look in the least like freddie...So there is actually no point to this story.
...Actually though he always pulls these really odd faces a bit like a really stunned rabbit and he picks his nose and sucks his hair and he's always on his own and he appears to have no friends..Me and my friend felt sorry for him so we went and said 'hi' to him but he was so surprised that some one actually spoke to him he quite litarelly fell off his chair and choked on his biscuits..We haven't spoken to him since and he always throws us really worried looks when we enter the canteen...That was my anecdote of the day.

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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 16:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

That's sad...

But let me get this straight...when you say "college," to me that means "sort of between high school and college," and when I say "college," to you it means "university?"

Then what is graduate school?


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 17:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

When I say college it means between school and universaty, in other words between the ages of 16 - 18.

What's Graduate School anyway?

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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 17:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

my friend Sarahs boyfriend's dad has an uncanny resemblance to Freddie


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 17:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=violet>Poppy wrote:


What's Graduate School anyway?


Where you receive a Masters or PhD, as opposed to the undergradute Bachelors degree.

The definition of College is different in the States than it is in most of Europe. Strictly speaking, a college offers specialized education, and not just a Bachelors degree as is often the case in the States.


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 18:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Zeni wrote:

<font color=violet>Poppy wrote:


What's Graduate School anyway?


Where you receive a Masters or PhD, as opposed to the undergradute Bachelors degree.

The definition of College is different in the States than it is in most of Europe. Strictly speaking, a college offers specialized education, and not just a Bachelors degree as is often the case in the States.


I'm still a little iffy on the difference between a college and a university in the US, or if there even is a difference. I'm thinking it might have to do with size. For instance, I attend the College of New Jersey, but the state also has Rutgers University. The main difference is size, although TCNJ is more selective and whatnot.


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 18:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

MY BEST FRIEND LOOKS ALOT ALOT ALOT LIKE JOHN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I MEAN ALOT!!!!!! HER NAME IS JILL...I CALL HER "JOLL" HALF JILL/JOHN
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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 19:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"There's this guy at my college who for the first two seconds of seeing him I thought he looked a little like Freddie. He had big teeth, dark shoulder length hair, but then I looked at him closely and he really didn't look in the least like freddie...So there is actually no point to this story.
...Actually though he always pulls these really odd faces a bit like a really stunned rabbit and he picks his nose and sucks his hair and he's always on his own and he appears to have no friends..Me and my friend felt sorry for him so we went and said 'hi' to him but he was so surprised that some one actually spoke to him he quite litarelly fell off his chair and choked on his biscuits..We haven't spoken to him since and he always throws us really worried looks when we enter the canteen...That was my anecdote of the day."

Haha!! That's funny.


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 19:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Music Man wrote:

Zeni wrote:

<font color=violet>Poppy wrote:


What's Graduate School anyway?


Where you receive a Masters or PhD, as opposed to the undergradute Bachelors degree.

The definition of College is different in the States than it is in most of Europe. Strictly speaking, a college offers specialized education, and not just a Bachelors degree as is often the case in the States.


I'm still a little iffy on the difference between a college and a university in the US, or if there even is a difference. I'm thinking it might have to do with size. For instance, I attend the College of New Jersey, but the state also has Rutgers University. The main difference is size, although TCNJ is more selective and whatnot.


From St. Martin's University (Washington State) website: (and the answer I have heard most often)

Q What is the difference between a college and a university?

In seeking a hard-and-fast rule, nothing firmly divides colleges and universities. No real differences exist. Generally, a college is considered as an institution having associates and/or bachelors programs. A university is usually considered to have a mixture of undergraduate and master’s programs. They also may have doctoral-level programs. While some consider the size of an institution as an indicator – thinking of colleges as small and universities as large – this does not hold true in many cases.

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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 20:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Music Man wrote:


I'm still a little iffy on the difference between a college and a university in the US, or if there even is a difference. I'm thinking it might have to do with size. For instance, I attend the College of New Jersey, but the state also has Rutgers University. The main difference is size, although TCNJ is more selective and whatnot.


In the US, the terms are (for the most part) interchangable and size really doesn't matter.

Technically, a college offers a specialized education. This can be a small two-year business college where you receive an Associates degree in Administrative Assistance or Accounting, for instance.

A University, on the other hand, is composed of various "schools" or colleges. Looking at the College of New Jersey, there are 7 or 8 schools (School of Business, School of Art, Media, and Music, etc). Other Universities might have a College of Arts and Sciences along with a School of Medicine or School of Law.

Anymore, small, liberal arts colleges can become a university by offering a graduate degree (which entails having a Graduate School) or by turning one program or department into its own school, such as a School of Nursing or School of Education.

Most people in the US really don't care about the differences between a college and university, though the difference is much more clear in Europe since a college is more akin to a high school experience.


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 20:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

groover wrote:

Music Man wrote:

Zeni wrote:

<font color=violet>Poppy wrote:


What's Graduate School anyway?


Where you receive a Masters or PhD, as opposed to the undergradute Bachelors degree.

The definition of College is different in the States than it is in most of Europe. Strictly speaking, a college offers specialized education, and not just a Bachelors degree as is often the case in the States.


I'm still a little iffy on the difference between a college and a university in the US, or if there even is a difference. I'm thinking it might have to do with size. For instance, I attend the College of New Jersey, but the state also has Rutgers University. The main difference is size, although TCNJ is more selective and whatnot.


From St. Martin's University (Washington State) website: (and the answer I have heard most often)

Q What is the difference between a college and a university?

In seeking a hard-and-fast rule, nothing firmly divides colleges and universities. No real differences exist. Generally, a college is considered as an institution having associates and/or bachelors programs. A university is usually considered to have a mixture of undergraduate and master’s programs. They also may have doctoral-level programs. While some consider the size of an institution as an indicator – thinking of colleges as small and universities as large – this does not hold true in many cases.


Yeah, that's a much more concise explanation. Don't know why I didn't see that before I posted mine. Cheers, Groover.


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 21:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I don't know if any of you watch "the kumars at No. 42", but the granny was talking to some guy from east enders, and she said "anita dobson looks very much like her husband, Brian May...do you look like your wife?" then she went on about how sanjiev tried to grow a mustache (sorry, can't spell it) just like Freddie Mercury. lol!
Also, my old teacher Mrs Richards looks just like Brian too! One day she was out for a run and my mum said to me "oh look, it's Brian May" For a second I thought she meant he really was out running the backroads, but alas, it was just Mrs Richards... She has since got blonde streaks, so I now have a pretty good idea what Brian would look like if he ever got blonde streaks.


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 21:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

And there is a guy at my work who looks like John Deacon, he has absolutley no idea why I always call him Deacky


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 22:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<B><font color=black>The Black Queen</B> wrote:

in rocky horror i think that tim curry looks sooo much like freddie!! especially with that wig!!!!!!11




Yes!Yes! I have always thought that there is a strong resemblance between Tim Curry in the Rocky Horror Picture Show and Freddie Mercury as the Jester(I'm Going Slightly Mad). Does anyone have these two photos to post on here?


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 22:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=violet>Poppy wrote:

There's this guy at my college who for the first two seconds of seeing him I thought he looked a little like Freddie. He had big teeth, dark shoulder length hair, but then I looked at him closely and he really didn't look in the least like freddie...So there is actually no point to this story.
...Actually though he always pulls these really odd faces a bit like a really stunned rabbit and he picks his nose and sucks his hair and he's always on his own and he appears to have no friends..Me and my friend felt sorry for him so we went and said 'hi' to him but he was so surprised that some one actually spoke to him he quite litarelly fell off his chair and choked on his biscuits..We haven't spoken to him since and he always throws us really worried looks when we enter the canteen...That was my anecdote of the day.



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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 22:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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I don't know if any of you watch "the kumars at No. 42", but the granny was talking to some guy from east enders, and she said "anita dobson looks very much like her husband, Brian May...do you look like your wife?" then she went on about how sanjiev tried to grow a mustache (sorry, can't spell it) just like Freddie Mercury. lol!
Also, my old teacher Mrs Richards looks just like Brian too! One day she was out for a run and my mum said to me "oh look, it's Brian May" For a second I thought she meant he really was out running the backroads, but alas, it was just Mrs Richards... She has since got blonde streaks, so I now have a pretty good idea what Brian would look like if he ever got blonde streaks.





LOL(Laughing myself silly)!


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 22:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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And there is a guy at my work who looks like John Deacon, he has absolutley no idea why I always call him Deacky



LOL! (Falling out of my chair laughing)


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Posted: 09 Jan 06, 22:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Freddie(God,I love him) - My uncle looks like him

Roger - Amanda Tapping from 'Stargate-SG1' looks
quite like him. Their photos are on this site. Can someone post them?




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