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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: Movies I have watched this week
« on: March 10, 2019, 09:59:19 AM »
I watched three movies yesterday (I didn't have to go to work), and it struck me as being funny that I watched one of those movies on a rented DVD from a video store, one from Netflix, and the other was on VHS. I never had laserdisc but maybe I oughta hunt down a player for that. :D

You still have a store that rents DVDs ... and  a VHS player that works! :D

I have a laserdisc player. (No guarantee it still works.) And a bunch of laserdiscs ... Clint, mostly.

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Eastwood News / Re: What’s next for Clint ?
« on: March 07, 2019, 10:03:15 PM »
This Chainsaw Guy named Stacy Poitras is husband of  Alison Eastwood.

http://www.lachainsawcarving.com/biography/

Oh, OK, I suppose that explains it! Thanks, ceinjapan!

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Eastwood News / Re: What’s next for Clint ?
« on: March 07, 2019, 08:22:14 AM »
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8001096/?ref_=filmo_li_i


Can anyone shed any light on this project?

I don't know, but I'd speculate it is a documentary about a person who makes "art" from wood using a chainsaw ... as opposed to one about a soulful and creative chainsaw killer.

Maybe something like her: https://www.mybluprint.com/article/meet-griffon-ramsey-chainsaw-artist-and-believer-in-magic

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A proper visit to the Grand Canyon is a bucket list item for sure.

For me too ... if only I weren't scared of heights! :o

Those are great shots, Matt! 8)

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You're IT next time, Matt!

Thanks for playing, guys! I'll leave you with this image of Clint, Mollie B and Charlie Parker's instrument (or a relative anyway):


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<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/Jn1-O2glV0U" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/Jn1-O2glV0U</a>

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As a former member of the brass section (not woodwinds which Saxophone falls under), it is the trumpet.  And what AKA may not know is that KC is an accomplished trumpeter!

I don't know about "accomplished" ... but Matt is correct! :D

I was so pleasantly surprised to see that scene start off with a woman playing the trumpet. It was a rare thing way back in my day and I don't think it's too common even in our enlightened era!

AKA, if Charlie Parker played the trumpet, that is news to me. His friend Dizzy Gillespie was a great jazz trumpeter, though.

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Is it the saxophone?

#13: No.

(I think Matt may have it! :) )

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Is it the saxophone/some kind of musical instrument?

You can't ask two questions at once! :knuppel2:

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Well, what objects do you need in a scene like that for what happens there to happen? ???

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Ah, now you're getting warm!

#12: Yes!

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They must be off closely reading the fine print of that thread ... :D

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Ohhhh, how'd I flip that around in my brain?

Same way I flipped around Yes and No when answering the Breadbox Question! ;D

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Okay, maybe we need a hint.  :-\

There is a post relating to the particular scene somewhere in the "Reviews and features in the media" thread.

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Is it in the scene at Laton's mansion?

Oops, didn't see this before my last post.

#11: No.

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Do you guys need a hint? :)

AKA, the question was "Is it bigger than a breadbox," and my final answer was YES! (I mistyped when I said No.)

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#10: No.

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Hint: This isn't a very prominent object, but it stood out to me.

You could say the scene it is in is a  prominent one.

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Yes, that's what I've got too.

KC, is it bigger than a breadbox?

#9: I don't think it would fit in one. Let's just say it's longer than your average loaf of bread.

So, No. EDIT: I mean YES! ;D

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