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    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
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    matter of fact, i just looked at the ad and they're still 2.99, figured i'd stop on the way home and grab a few more
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    Eddie Vedder did the soundtrack for Into the Wild. I just bought it today. If you have not seen this movie....it's fantastic....and the soundtrack too.

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    Eddie Vedder did the soundtrack for Into the Wild. I just bought it today. If you have not seen this movie....it's fantastic....and the soundtrack too.
    I agree. My favorites on the soundtrack are Guaranteed, Long Nights, and Society.

    As for the movie (based on a true story) the guy should have invested in a map and compass before taking on such a journey. Apparently he wasn't very far from help or a bridge back across the river.

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    I read the book when it came out, but have not seen the movie. (Into the Wild)
    So many times I am disappointed by the movie.
    "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" is one of the exceptions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doingtimeonmyass View Post
    As for the movie (based on a true story) the guy should have invested in a map and compass before taking on such a journey. Apparently he wasn't very far from help or a bridge back across the river.
    Yes, I guess I should have said fantastic, and tragic.

    Linda - I don't think you would be disappointed. It's one of my all time favourite movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelley View Post
    Yes, I guess I should have said fantastic, and tragic.

    Linda - I don't think you would be disappointed. It's one of my all time favourite movies.
    I think I will netflix it then. Thanks.

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    you peeps are too funny sometimes.

    I was trying to figure out the moccasin pattern my grandma used. I figured it out, but missed out on your party.

    I did get in a little ukulele practice, and some banjo, but seems like you all had more fun than I did.

    Arlo is going to be at the philadelphia folk fest. hope he sings ukulele lady.

    I didnt hear the eddie vedder uke album yet, how bout that? eddie vedder playing a ukulele.

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    Hey Jody! You missed your own uke party! You were probably more productive than we were.
    I saw Arlo Guthrie about 15 years ago in a small venue. He told a lot of funny stories.

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    Holy mary which part of heaven did you come fro

    Blond, good looking, don't drink. don't smoke and pious
    i can only dream of some one like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by jody View Post
    you peeps are too funny sometimes.

    I was trying to figure out the moccasin pattern my grandma used. I figured it out, but missed out on your party.

    I did get in a little ukulele practice, and some banjo, but seems like you all had more fun than I did.

    Arlo is going to be at the philadelphia folk fest. hope he sings ukulele lady.

    I didnt hear the eddie vedder uke album yet, how bout that? eddie vedder playing a ukulele.

    she'ssss alive!!!!!! glad to see you on here ukulele lady!!!!
    We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
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