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 81 
 on: February 27, 2015, 10:21:02 PM 
Started by RCMerchant - Last post by Allhallowsday
Once, in a holding cell for several hours for not paying an underage drinking ticket. Hated it and swore I would never go back. It was Dallas jail, which was a pretty rough place. I was a college kid in there mixing with crack dealers and murderers, guys with knife scars. Scared straight.
It didnt scare me,Rev-it just made me angry-I ended up in a bam bam suit (straight jacket) twice-and in a padded cell once for banging my head on the drunk tank glass when I got arrested in 1991 at a Judas Preist concert-(DAM! I forgot that one!-I got arrested for tresspassing! Because I lost my ticket and I threw my tray of beer at the security when they tried to throw me out-ended up in Kalamazoo-Zoo County overnite-got a 50 dollar fine.)
My friend, you were a handful. 

I have never been to jail I am proud to report.   Smile  That does not mean I never did sh!t I should have been arrested for... or nearly was... Bluesad TeddyR

I had a friend, a good guy, who before I knew him had been in the USN and in a bar brawl had hit an Australian sailor in the head with an empty beer stein.  Acting out of a movie ( I think) he killed the guy and was dishonorably discharged from a life he loved.  He did no tine, I think.  But he was always remorseful.  Even, stunned. 

 82 
 on: February 27, 2015, 10:15:54 PM 
Started by RCMerchant - Last post by RCMerchant
Once, in a holding cell for several hours for not paying an underage drinking ticket. Hated it and swore I would never go back. It was Dallas jail, which was a pretty rough place. I was a college kid in there mixing with crack dealers and murderers, guys with knife scars. Scared straight.


It didnt scare me,Rev-it just made me angry-I ended up in a bam bam suit (straight jacket) twice-and in a padded cell once for banging my head on the drunk tank glass when I got arrested in 1991 at a Judas Preist concert-(DAM! I forgot that one!-I got arrested for tresspassing! Because I lost my ticket and I threw my tray of beer at the security when they tried to throw me out-ended up in Kalamazoo-Zoo County overnite-got a 50 dollar fine.)

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 83 
 on: February 27, 2015, 10:04:53 PM 
Started by RCMerchant - Last post by Rev. Powell
Once, in a holding cell for several hours for not paying an underage drinking ticket. Hated it and swore I would never go back. It was Dallas jail, which was a pretty rough place. I was a college kid in there mixing with crack dealers and murderers, guys with knife scars. Scared straight.

 84 
 on: February 27, 2015, 09:59:54 PM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by Rev. Powell


Camille Saint-Saens, Organ Symphony (and other pieces, it's pretty much S-S's greatest hits)

Wish you could dig this RC, it's very calming, especially with tea. Not so great with whiskey and anger.

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 85 
 on: February 27, 2015, 09:48:36 PM 
Started by El Misfit - Last post by Archivist
I was barely five or six when the Star Trek re-runs were playing on TV in Australia, but Spock was the one character I remembered out of all of them.  It is surprising how we can form such an emotional connection to an actor famous for playing someone mostly emotionless and calm.  Around the same time, reruns of In Search Of... were also playing, so I got a double dose of Leonard Nimoy at a crucial formative age.

Seeing him in more recent shows like Fringe, and the Star Trek movies, was wonderful.

RIP Mr. Nimoy.  I'm sure the next journey will be even more grand than the last.

 86 
 on: February 27, 2015, 09:35:40 PM 
Started by RCMerchant - Last post by RCMerchant
I never went to prison-but I been in jail-
I was listening to the song JAILBREAK by AC/DC-and I realized-I been to jail ALOT.

The first time was in 1981-the night before my birthday-for drunk driving-I did 6 weekend.
1984-I did 45 days for drunk driving after putting a truck into a tree-but I jumped bail and ran to NYC-came back 6 months later and turned myself in.
.1993-My brother in law Leroy(the convicted killer) got in a fight with cops and I jumped in-got q week for obstructing justice.
.1994-Destruction of public Property.Did a weekend.
.1994. Hit a guy in he head with a whiskey bottle outside a bar-did 2 days.
.1999-Got busted because I smoked pot.
.2001-broke probation for getting drunk-showed up to court with a Manson T Shirt drunk-he gave me 45 days for contempt.
.Ended up getting arrested 6 more times for violations for having alchhol in my systym on surprise checks.
.I hit my son with an unloaded shot gun because he pulled a knife on my son Eddie-that was about_ dunno ?4%? Years ago?
I been cool since  Thumbup
so? Ever been to jail-I know the food sucks in Van Buren County!

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 87 
 on: February 27, 2015, 09:20:56 PM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by ulthar

I'll keep an open mind.


I'm having a bit of trouble with that because I'm having trouble trying to figure out

(a) how that movie needs / can have a sequel (that isn't COMPLETELY stupid)

and

(b) how one might think they can improve upon a Philip K. Dick story.

Geez, guys (Scott, et al), not everything needs to be a franchise.

 88 
 on: February 27, 2015, 09:03:01 PM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by RCMerchant
f**k ALL THIS!!! I aint gonna let it rule me! I will RULE IT!!!

Like when I went to jail-the last thing I did was cry in jail-I got mean and I got a "f**k THIS!f**k YOU!" attitude-I'm gonna LIVE!!!  hot

I aint mad-I'm MOTIVATED!

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 89 
 on: February 27, 2015, 08:39:36 PM 
Started by Scott - Last post by VenomX73
RKO outta nowhere!

Madonna RKO off stage at the Brit Awards

 90 
 on: February 27, 2015, 08:35:49 PM 
Started by trekgeezer - Last post by etmoviesb
Santa with Muscles [1996]... It is a so bad is good movie, and it was a problem for Hogan acting career.
Ironically I found the scenes with Hogan, with the children, and the orphan manager (Mila Kunis) the best.

Too bad there is a total a***ole always around Hogan (someone just broke his head in front of you? steal his wallet! taking the great amount of cash is not enough? mess with his fragile mind to steal more! he redeems, but heck!) and the bad guys are terrible...
 
Just I wonder what director, whoever wrote the script, and choreographers were thinking...

In short, sure it is a bad, fun pop-corn, switch your brain off movie. But most of the badness is not fault of Hogan or Kunis. Actually they gave to the movie the good points...

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