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Message 1, Jul 29, 2006

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Message 2 - posted by Rob, Jul 29, 2006

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Message 3 - posted by Norant, Jul 29, 2006

An American actress of Spanish-native american descint and Million Dollar Baby fame was quitely teaching labourers children in Palampore near Dharamsala the official abode of the exiled Tibetan leader Dalai lama, no body knew she was a celebrity and for two weeks she was not noticed by anyone in this remote village.

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And.........:)
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Message 4 - posted by spellbindingscorpio, Jul 29, 2006

i went to Rotherham Last week, i put 50p in a charity box, it took me ten seconds, no one knew it had been , Spell binding Scorpio,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


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Message 5 - posted by flyingtwinkle, Jul 29, 2006

An American actress of Spanish-native american descint and Million Dollar Baby fame was quitely teaching labourers children in Palampore near Dharamsala the official abode of the exiled Tibetan leader Dalai lama, no body knew she was a celebrity and for two weeks she was not noticed by anyone in this remote village.
And.........:)

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well...is that all you can exclaim?
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Message 6 - posted by Jem, Aug 1, 2006

An American actress of Spanish-native american descint and Million Dollar Baby fame was quitely teaching labourers children in Palampore near Dharamsala the official abode of the exiled Tibetan leader Dalai lama, no body knew she was a celebrity and for two weeks she was not noticed by anyone in this remote village.
And.........:)
well...is that all you can exclaim?

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Well good for her. Why would they recognise her though? Do they have TV there?<erm> Who eventually did recognise her?
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