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When computer animated features took off I thought Popeye was going to be an obvious choice for a movie.
And Proteus brought the upright beast into the garden and chained him to a tree and the children did make sport of him.
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Séamas wrote: When computer animated features took off I thought Popeye was going to be an obvious choice for a movie.


It could have happened, but sadly it didn't

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ukimalefu wrote:
Séamas wrote: When computer animated features took off I thought Popeye was going to be an obvious choice for a movie.


It could have happened, but sadly it didn't

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He did Dexter's Laboratory, which the kids and I loved watching. It's a shame it didn't go through.
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TOS wrote: ohai

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That was the grossest thing I've seen in a while.
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Yeah, it's fake, but Disney does own both Pixar and Star Wars...
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ukimalefu wrote: Image

Yeah, it's fake, but Disney does own both Pixar and Star Wars...


Nice to see one of the droid uprisings was actually successful. Those humans were basically too dumb to live.
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juice wrote: That was the grossest thing I've seen in a while.


At least the spider could walk out of it.

My son once has a beetle (a wood scarab) crawl into his ear. It couldn't turn around and they cannot walk backwards.
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I did not need to read that.
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Séamas wrote: When computer animated features took off I thought Popeye was going to be an obvious choice for a movie.


i still remember seeing the live-action version starring robin williams (and directed, i think, by robert altman) ... very bizarre and trippy
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TOS wrote:
Séamas wrote: When computer animated features took off I thought Popeye was going to be an obvious choice for a movie.


i still remember seeing the live-action version starring robin williams (and directed, i think, by robert altman) ... very bizarre and trippy

It was awesome!
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I couldn't believe that they chose to do it as a musical.
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Mustapha Mond wrote:
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I'm totally jealous my students didn't have this experience when we did Macbeth a few months ago.

MACBETH
How now, you secret, black, and midnight hags?
What is ’t you do?

ALL
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MACBETH
I conjure you by that which you profess—
Howe'er you come to know it—answer me.
Though you untie the winds and let them fight
Against the churches, though the yeasty waves
Confound and swallow navigation up,

Though bladed corn be lodged and trees blown down,
Though castles topple on their warders' heads,
Though palaces and pyramids do slope
Their heads to their foundations, though the treasure
Of nature’s germens tumble all together,


Even till destruction sicken, answer me
To what I ask you.

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dv wrote:
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Y’all squares.
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Séamas wrote: When computer animated features took off I thought Popeye was going to be an obvious choice for a movie.


Um...
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Pithecanthropus wrote:
Séamas wrote: When computer animated features took off I thought Popeye was going to be an obvious choice for a movie.


Um...


Yeah, the live action one.

I was talking about an animated feature.

It's funny that people now have such fond memories of that one. As I recall if didn't do all that great in the theater and had poor reviews. I know I thought it was pretty awful, but it has been forever since I've seen it.
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What's the :brow: for?

When I was a kid, I sold TV Guide door to door. I had so many customers it took me two days to deliver them all.
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Also, consider that was a long time before the Internet was a thing. When GRIT as sold, it was probably a useful service.
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maurvir wrote: Also, consider that was a long time before the Internet was a thing. When GRIT as sold, it was probably a useful service.

It still exists. Circulation's a bit lower than it was, though.

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DukeofNuke wrote: What's the :brow: for?

When I was a kid, I sold TV Guide door to door. I had so many customers it took me two days to deliver them all.


I don't know, "hey kids, wanna be rich, like richie rich? work for us!"
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Well, at $5.00 to $12.00 a week, invested in mutual funds and a few lucky IPOs, that could be [counts fingers] ... a LOT of money!
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The missing limb one is a bit unfair. You don't really have a choice there.
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He's not throwing them fast. I wonder how fast the bag's reaction time is. Still pretty cool though.
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I make BINGO cards for our local county fair. I got called "classist" by someone I know.
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