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  1. #11
    movie: "out of africa" (meryl streep, robert redford)
    book: "lonesome dove" (larry mcmurtry)
    album: "no secrets" (carly simon)
    movie lines: "damn! we're in a tight spot!" and
    "we thought you was a toad!"
    "what?"
    "we-thought-you-was-a-toad!" (o brother, where art thou?')
    food: shrimp
    why? because they all make me happy!

    joy
    "Now the only healthy way to live, as I see it, is to learn to like all the little every day things."
    -Larry McMurtry

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    Originally posted by Stratman:

    List a favorite song, movie, or piece of art and why it it a favorite. Let's try to keep criticisms of others to a minimum.
    Movie - Animal House. Hysterical flick.

    Alan

  3. #13
    movie- The Godfather (1 and 2)
    song- Copperhead Road by Steve Earle
    book- Trainspotting

  4. #14
    Movie: Tombstone

    Song: too many of them but my theme song is "Much Too Young, To Feel This Damn Old"-Garth Brooks

  5. #15
    I have a lot of fave songs but love the lyrics to "November Rain" and "Don't Cry" both on Guns~n~Roses Use Your Illusion II album.

    Movie would be "Goodfellas" w/ Robert De Niro, Ray Liota, and Joe Pesci.

    Book: Red Dragon(the prequel to Silence of the Lambs)

    Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know that, so it goes on flying anyways--unknown

  6. #16

    Play Original version of Alice in Wonderland with Pink Floyd's "The Wall" for sound. All while smokin a big fatty. Now that's entertainment.
    Strat you been smokin' too much la la...that album is said to oddly go along with The Wizard of Oz

    Test it out...you will see

    Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know that, so it goes on flying anyways--unknown

  7. #17
    Strat:

    "When It All Comes Down" (especially Live) - BB King

    "Inflation Blues" (live at Nicks) - BB King

    Live At Woodstock - Jimi Hendrix

    "Let The Good Times Roll" - Louis Jordan

    "Mean Old World" - T Bone Walker

    "Black and Tan Fantasy" - Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington

    "Gotta Change Key To Play These Blues" - Lonnie Johnson

    "Stepping Out" - Eric Clapton

    etc etc

    films:

    "12 Angry Men" (preferably 1957 version)

    "Reach For The Sky" (a bit corny but "inspiring")

    "Goldfinger" (also a bit corny but cool especially the car - Connery is Bond)

    must be others?

  8. #18
    oh... why? I'll have to think about that

  9. #19
    Novemeber:

    I agree the book "Red Dragon" ROCKED!!!! It was my first Thomas Harris book and I loved the rest of them!!

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    LMAO!!! Thanks November, that would explain some things. hmmm. yeah, that's what I meant, yeah....

    Hey, dude, put extra shrooms on that.

    "It's time for the long arm the law put a few more in the ground." Toby Keith w/ Willie Nelson

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