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« on: September 05, 2017, 09:26:17 PM »

Ya know-with a solar powered generator,and a TV set with a dvd player-hey-it happens all the time-what five of these would you want ?
5 movies
5 albums
5 books
5 crates of some edible or drinkable substance
Me-
.5 books- The Complete Works of Shirley Jackson, Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee by Dee Brown, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William Shirer, the Tomb and Other Tales by HP Lovecraft, Lugosi by Gary Don Rhodes.
.5 albums-the Stooges-1st album,the Ramones-1st album, the Rolling Stones-Let It Bleed, any Chet Baker album, Jimi Hendrix-Midnight Lightining
.5 movies-Bride of the Monster , the Good the Bad and the Ugly,the Bride of Frankenstein,a 3 Stooges collection,and a porno.
.5 crates of nourishment? 4 crates of whiskey and another crate of whiskey.
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« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2017, 06:03:37 PM »

Books



Music



Movies



Food/Drink

Dried food, bottled water
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« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2017, 09:05:36 PM »

Five movies:
1. A River Runs Through It
2. 2001: A Space Odyssey
3. Dead Poet's Society
4. LA Confidential
5. The Last Five Years

Five albums:
1. Kind of Blue, Miles Davis
2. Braham's German Requiem, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1966
3. Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd
4. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, Smashing Pumpkins
5. Exile in Guyville, Liz Phair

Five books:
1. The Random House Dictionary of the English Language
2. The Oxford Book of Historical Anecdotes
3. The Complete Works of Jane Austen
4. The Voyage of The Beagle
5. The Great Gatsby

Five foods/drinks:
(Hopefully it'd rain and I'd have water, and hopefully there'd be survival food, so for luxuries on a wish list...)
1. Nachos
2. Peanut Butter
3. Cookies 'n cream ice cream
4. Pizza
5. Decaf green tea with jasmine
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« Reply #3 on: September 06, 2017, 09:27:25 PM »

Oh, hey, wow, a CD of Amy Winehouse's Back to Black just washed up on the shore, still wrapped in waterproof plastic. Coulda knocked me over with a feather....
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« Reply #4 on: September 06, 2017, 10:58:07 PM »


PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (1940) 
BARRY LYNDON (1975) 
MY LIFE AS A DOG (MITT LIV SOM HUND 1985) 
LA DOLCE VITA (1960)
HANNAH AND HER SISTERS (1986) 

THE STOOGES Fun House
THE BEATLES White Album
THE ROLLING STONES Exile On Main Street 
STAN GETZ JOAO GILBERTO Getz / Gilberto
VLADO PERLEMUTER Maurice Ravel Piano Works


F. SCOTT FITZGERALD The Great Gatsby
The Science Fiction Hall of Fame Volume One
KURT VONNEGUT Slaughterhouse Five 
DEE BROWN Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
KIN PLATT The Boy Who Could Make Himself Disappear


5 cases of Cabernet Sauvignon





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« Reply #5 on: September 07, 2017, 03:04:42 AM »

Some interesting choices here!
Claws-I like  you chose MAD-I have so many Mad paperbacks dating from 1959 myself!
ER-Peanut butter. YES! 2001-YES!
Hallows-my best freind on this board-Stooges-Dee Brown. Thumbup We see eye to eye there.and Stan Getz and Barry Lyndon are fantastic picks!
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« Reply #6 on: September 07, 2017, 11:11:40 AM »

Some interesting choices here!
Claws-I like  you chose MAD-I have so many Mad paperbacks dating from 1959 myself!
ER-Peanut butter. YES! 2001-YES!
Hallows-my best freind on this board-Stooges-Dee Brown. Thumbup We see eye to eye there.and Stan Getz and Barry Lyndon are fantastic picks!
 
I just watched 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (on TCM again)... I like all of KUBRICK's movies, particularly the long "boring" ones (hence my choice of BARRY LYNDON)...  TeddyR  
I had a beautiful copy of DEE BROWN's Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.  I guess it was lost in a flood; I know I lost milk crates full of nice clean (but read... by me) examples of books.  Just realized it was 20 years ago SEPTEMBER maybe to the day moving into this house when our friend's basement flooded, where we were living - the four of us, now just 3.  Losing most of my books was easier because I had already sold most of my records (after all, I had CDs...  Lookingup ...a***ole).    I have some books and records left, but not like I did.  Later, I collected toys and Halloween and rarely bought books or records... (AFTER ALL... CDs...!!!)  Hatred  Okay, they're easier.  Seriously, I would have kept a lot of the cool records I had because I would get a pretty penny for lots of them...  Lookingup  I had some cool Punk and Rock records... BEASTIE BOYS "Cookie Puss" 12-inch single (tri-state area issue, local only, I think, 35 years ago, not well known, their first)... BAUHAUS Sky's Gone Out... DEAD KENNEDYS Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables (with the fake band heads intact on back cover classic photo... record did not sell well and the first issues of that one were swiftly removed from SALE...)  Collectors love that sh!t.  
 

Best I could find, it's that big a dirty little secret... (See?  No heads.):


This is a later issue BEASTIE BOYS from original tapes; Where you hear the obvious break is where the "12 inch" was "extended play..." (gets boring) at about 3.25 minutes.  The original had no artwork and is scarce.  There's not even a good youtube though I dint look hard... Wink
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« Reply #7 on: September 07, 2017, 12:57:25 PM »

Some interesting choices here!
Claws-I like  you chose MAD-I have so many Mad paperbacks dating from 1959 myself!
ER-Peanut butter. YES! 2001-YES!
Hallows-my best freind on this board-Stooges-Dee Brown. Thumbup We see eye to eye there.and Stan Getz and Barry Lyndon are fantastic picks!
 
I just watched 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (on TCM again)... I like all of KUBRICK's movies, particularly the long "boring" ones (hence my choice of BARRY LYNDON)...  TeddyR  
I had a beautiful copy of DEE BROWN's Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.  I guess it was lost in a flood; I know I lost milk crates full of nice clean (but read... by me) examples of books.  Just realized it was 20 years ago SEPTEMBER maybe to the day moving into this house when our friend's basement flooded, where we were living - the four of us, now just 3.  Losing most of my books was easier because I had already sold most of my records (after all, I had CDs...  Lookingup ...a***ole).    I have some books and records left, but not like I did.  Later, I collected toys and Halloween and rarely bought books or records... (AFTER ALL... CDs...!!!)  Hatred  Okay, they're easier.  Seriously, I would have kept a lot of the cool records I had because I would get a pretty penny for lots of them...  Lookingup  I had some cool Punk and Rock records... BEASTIE BOYS "Cookie Puss" 12-inch single (tri-state area issue, local only, I think, 35 years ago, not well known, their first)... BAUHAUS Sky's Gone Out... DEAD KENNEDYS Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables (with the fake band heads intact on back cover classic photo... record did not sell well and the first issues of that one were swiftly removed from SALE...)  Collectors love that sh!t.  
 

Best I could find, it's that big a dirty little secret... (See?  No heads.):


This is a later issue BEASTIE BOYS from original tapes; Where you hear the obvious break is where the "12 inch" was "extended play..." (gets boring) at about 3.25 minutes.  The original had no artwork and is scarce.  There's not even a good youtube though I dint look hard... Wink
http://youtu.be/Lp7Fu-ng83E  


Good god! I had that DK record! I left in in LI in 1984 with my brother Mike-and ma took all our records and burned them in the back yard-because she turned into a weird Jehovah witness freak. well-the old bird is dead now-I loved ma-but she was crazy. I have 2 copies of WOUNDED KNEE-I'll send you one if you like.
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« Reply #8 on: September 07, 2017, 02:48:43 PM »

I always find these lists hard, and you've made four of them! Mind if I separate them? Here are my choices for movies:

Star Wars - I could watch this looped all day and not get bored. (Probably.)

Ben Hur - The 50's version. Long enough to take all day. I'm sure I'll have lots of time.

Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi - Eventually, I'll want to watch Empire, and since it ends on a cliff hanger, I'll have to watch Jedi too. :/

Not sure what the 5th should be; debating Pokemon 4Ever and The Sound of Music. (Bit embarrassing to admit.)
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« Reply #9 on: September 07, 2017, 03:21:45 PM »

Some interesting choices here!
Claws-I like  you chose MAD-I have so many Mad paperbacks dating from 1959 myself!
ER-Peanut butter. YES! 2001-YES!
Hallows-my best freind on this board-Stooges-Dee Brown. Thumbup We see eye to eye there.and Stan Getz and Barry Lyndon are fantastic picks!
 
... DEAD KENNEDYS Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables (with the fake band heads intact on back cover classic photo... record did not sell well and the first issues of that one were swiftly removed from SALE...)  Collectors love that sh!t.  

Best I could find, it's that big a dirty little secret... (See?  No heads.):

...

Good god! I had that DK record! I left in in LI in 1984 with my brother Mike-and ma took all our records and burned them in the back yard-because she turned into a weird Jehovah witness freak. well-the old bird is dead now-I loved ma-but she was crazy. I have 2 copies of WOUNDED KNEE-I'll send you one if you like.

Of course you did.  All PUNKS had DK.  

You sent me WOUNDED KNEE already.  It's the only copy I've got.  My first beautiful copy like all of my beloved books had a dust jacket and most of them came from an estate my mother inherited.  

I must be on a nearby island as ER.  A sealed CD of THE KINKS ARE THE VILLAGE GREEN PRESERVATION SOCIETY just washed up!   Smile
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« Reply #10 on: September 07, 2017, 05:05:01 PM »

Yer right-I already did that.Oh. ok. My memory is about as long as my dick. If it don't concern old movies or old music I can't remember anything.
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« Reply #11 on: September 07, 2017, 07:35:20 PM »

Yer right-I already did that.Oh. ok. My memory is about as long as my dick. If it don't concern old movies or old music I can't remember anything.
Also your attention span... unless yer drawing Horror pit broads.   Smile  Then you concentrate. 
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« Reply #12 on: September 07, 2017, 07:37:54 PM »

I always find these lists hard, and you've made four of them! Mind if I separate them? Here are my choices for movies:

Star Wars - I could watch this looped all day and not get bored. (Probably.)

Ben Hur - The 50's version. Long enough to take all day. I'm sure I'll have lots of time.

Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi - Eventually, I'll want to watch Empire, and since it ends on a cliff hanger, I'll have to watch Jedi too. :/

Not sure what the 5th should be; debating Pokemon 4Ever and The Sound of Music. (Bit embarrassing to admit.)
I despise THE SOUND OF MUSIC.  I completely love the fact that you'd want to look at it.  Cool. 
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