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No Tim Roth or Harvey Keitel?
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No Tim Roth or Harvey Keitel?


Every time a new Tarantino movie is coming out, I imagine him calling his friends and cheering "We're getting the band back together!"
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No Tim Roth or Harvey Keitel?

Where's Leo? Isn't he Quinton's new fiddlesticks Buddy?
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strangest. daisy. chain. evar.
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This is what happens when you buy groceries at the Dollar Tree.
Oh that's Giant.
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my little brother had a bike like that
Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

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i learned how to ride on a bike like that
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remember to wear your seatbelt, kids

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TOS wrote: remember to wear your seatbelt, kids

[img]bus%20crash[/img]


My uncle was in a bus crash, got a broken leg. He's ok now, but he still uses a walking stick.

NO ONE has seat belts in buses. Neither do school buses. Neither do trains. Is there public transportation of any kind, anywhere in the world, with seat belts?
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ukimalefu wrote:
TOS wrote: remember to wear your seatbelt, kids

[img]bus%20crash[/img]


My uncle was in a bus crash, got a broken leg. He's ok now, but he still uses a walking stick.

NO ONE has seat belts in buses. Neither do school buses. Neither do trains. Is there public transportation of any kind, anywhere in the world, with seat belts?


the drivers have seatbelts

or should, anyway
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TOS wrote:
ukimalefu wrote:
TOS wrote: remember to wear your seatbelt, kids

[img]bus%20crash[/img]


My uncle was in a bus crash, got a broken leg. He's ok now, but he still uses a walking stick.

NO ONE has seat belts in buses. Neither do school buses. Neither do trains. Is there public transportation of any kind, anywhere in the world, with seat belts?


the drivers have seatbelts

or should, anyway

Every public transit bus I have ever ridden on has a belt for the driver. And I have ridden on a couple that were built in the sixties.
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Warin wrote:
TOS wrote:
ukimalefu wrote:
TOS wrote: remember to wear your seatbelt, kids

[img]bus%20crash[/img]


My uncle was in a bus crash, got a broken leg. He's ok now, but he still uses a walking stick.

NO ONE has seat belts in buses. Neither do school buses. Neither do trains. Is there public transportation of any kind, anywhere in the world, with seat belts?


the drivers have seatbelts

or should, anyway

Every public transit bus I have ever ridden on has a belt for the driver. And I have ridden on a couple that were built in the sixties.


Actually, buses here may have belts for the driver, but I'm sure I never saw a driver use it.
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I've only recently begun to appreciate how good of a dancer he was.
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ukimalefu wrote: Image


The front wheel has a drum brake?
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ukimalefu wrote:
TOS wrote: remember to wear your seatbelt, kids

[img]bus%20crash[/img]


My uncle was in a bus crash, got a broken leg. He's ok now, but he still uses a walking stick.

NO ONE has seat belts in buses. Neither do school buses. Neither do trains. Is there public transportation of any kind, anywhere in the world, with seat belts?


Airplanes.
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dv wrote:
ukimalefu wrote:
TOS wrote: remember to wear your seatbelt, kids

[img]bus%20crash[/img]


My uncle was in a bus crash, got a broken leg. He's ok now, but he still uses a walking stick.

NO ONE has seat belts in buses. Neither do school buses. Neither do trains. Is there public transportation of any kind, anywhere in the world, with seat belts?


Airplanes.


that IS correct

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Ribtor wrote:

The front wheel has a drum brake?


It does look like that.
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obvs wrote:
dv wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Image

This is what happens when you buy groceries at the Dollar Tree.
Oh that's Giant.



Huh. They must own Stop and Shop, they have the same logo.
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Mustapha Mond wrote:
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I've only recently begun to appreciate how good of a dancer he was.



IMHO that was his #1 talent. I never cared for his songwriting or singing at all.
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Séamas wrote:
Mustapha Mond wrote:
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I've only recently begun to appreciate how good of a dancer he was.



IMHO that was his #1 talent. I never cared for his songwriting or singing at all.


Gonna disagree with you there. He was an excellent songwriter.
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dv wrote:
Séamas wrote:
Mustapha Mond wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Image


I've only recently begun to appreciate how good of a dancer he was.



IMHO that was his #1 talent. I never cared for his songwriting or singing at all.


Gonna disagree with you there. He was an excellent songwriter.

Incredible singer, his songs were brought to life by brilliant producers (Q!), and an amazing dancer. Too bad he was personally whacked.

Also, thanks for posting the gif, I could watch that all day.
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Pithecanthropus wrote:
dv wrote:
Séamas wrote:
Mustapha Mond wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Image


I've only recently begun to appreciate how good of a dancer he was.



IMHO that was his #1 talent. I never cared for his songwriting or singing at all.


Gonna disagree with you there. He was an excellent songwriter.

Incredible singer, his songs were brought to life by brilliant producers (Q!), and an amazing dancer. Too bad he was personally whacked.

Also, thanks for posting the gif, I could watch that all day.


he was also apparently a vampire
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dv wrote:
Séamas wrote:
Mustapha Mond wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Image


I've only recently begun to appreciate how good of a dancer he was.



IMHO that was his #1 talent. I never cared for his songwriting or singing at all.


Gonna disagree with you there. He was an excellent songwriter.



Meh

I look at his discography and see he maybe wrote 1/4 of the material on Off the WallThriller and even less on the subsequent albums.
He was one of the early stars who would pay a good chunk of money to other songwriters to give him writing credit (either partial or full). Madonna was another one who did this all the time. Today this practice is pretty much the default.

Quincy Jones bears more responsibility to the sounds of his best albums--I mean just listen to anything Quincy produced in his career.
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Pithecanthropus wrote:
dv wrote:
Séamas wrote:
Mustapha Mond wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Image


I've only recently begun to appreciate how good of a dancer he was.



IMHO that was his #1 talent. I never cared for his songwriting or singing at all.


Gonna disagree with you there. He was an excellent songwriter.

Incredible singer, his songs were brought to life by brilliant producers (Q!), and an amazing dancer. Too bad he was personally whacked.

Also, thanks for posting the gif, I could watch that all day.


He wasn't one of those artists where I love every song, but some of his stuff is just incredible. Like, from any other artist, Thriller would be a giant "WTF?" The subject matter, for a pop song, is bonkers. But everyone loves to sing it and dance to it. Sure, people want to pretend they're dancing to it ironically, but really we're all thinking about how we want to go crazy on the dance floor when Thriller comes on.
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Yeah, but it's become a Halloween song, and if you don't know the steps, don't get on the floor and get in the way.

I liked a couple of his songs, and his showmanship was just amazing, but the saturation level was exceeded; I got to the point where I never wanted to hear another MJ song, ever.
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Are people actually that stupid?

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her roots lie. she really is blonde

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Ah, the golden era of booth babes.
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maybe gas burning giant trucks are better for some things

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