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  1. 14 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

    I love Stripes. I used to watch that a bunch when cable came out, what a classic. Yes Murray is a diehard Cubs fan.

    Absolutely right CBE that flick still holds up & I still laugh my caboose off over it whenever I see it today. 


    I love that WI line because the Badger State seldom ever gets mentioned in the movies & I live there so that line has an added comedic punch to it. Speaking of my Badgers, I was bummed when the Men's Basketball Team lost in NCAA tournament by a point, but Duke who took a title away from us last this yr too so that made feel better. LOL! Why do some broadcasters say toy-na-ment BTW? Where'd the hard R go or disappear too? Just curious...


    I like the followup Stripes WI line too...."Well I got the crap kicked out of me in Wisconsin once. Forget it!" Priceless man; Priceless. 

  2. I wanna see actor Bill Murray this happy again....So cool, when adults embrace their inner child full throttle. I love it! The best feeling in the world. Okay, next to a child being born or winning the Lottery perhaps, but that's about it. Bill Murray is the man! 




    Favorite quote of Bill's from the movie "Stripes"...


    "C'mon, it's Czechoslovakia. We zip in, we pick 'em up, we zip right out again. We're not going to Moscow. It's Czechoslovakia. It's like going into Wisconsin." 

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  3. 5 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

    I always love your movie reviews, you should be on TV doing that stuff. Not kidding.

    Much appreciated CBE. Fist bump of respect bro. :hat:


    I just wanna say this one thing & we can return to the CUBS again since I have too much admiration for Jay Kirk to unfairly dominate this thread. Here it is: In my film reviews, the score or the song I select for my readers is just as crucial as my written critique is because the music gives the audience it's emotional intensity or over arching theme or mood that hits me on a visceral level. I couldn't use accompanying songs on TV though. Darn copyright restrictions. Just kidding! 


    Honestly, music gives movie's emotional intensity & lasting gravity & truthfully, record producing has always fascinated me ever since I can remember. If money was no object, I'd be a professionally trained studio producer laying down film scores or albums for artists across several genres.


    Just go to You Tube & look up Full Sale University. If my resources were endless, that's what I'd be doing. Getting a Master's degree there in recording production. 


    Sorry for the deviation Jay, back to baseball buddy & this...



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  4. 21 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

    If you visit you will also learn a lot about Indiana and baseball

    Good advice PT thank you. I actually learn a lot about Indiana from your status updates as well whenever you refer to a local basketball team or a popular Hoosier State's DJ's death for instance. I like your this day in history posts too. 


    You're right PT. I'll drop by here more often. Besides, Jay created the thread so I know it's gonna be spectacular. 

  5. 29 minutes ago, BrentMc11 said:

    She busted you Jay!  LMAO!!!!!

    I love you to death Jay you know that. But Brent hit the bullseye on that one bro. Thanks for being a good sport about it. You rock man! 

    24 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

    Yeah you are another Cubs fan that Posts here a lot. I really like that /M/Colts guy, he seems real cool and he loves the Cubs too.

    You're pretty cool yourself man & a talented comedian in your own right man. I mean that no bull you know what.

    20 minutes ago, NFLfan said:


    I agree. \m/colts\m/ is one of the most classy and compassionate people on the board. I like him very much. I guess I can say that about many people here. I appreciate the friendships I have made here. You too.

    Yeah, M Colts M is an awesome dude no question. A word to the wise: I promise to e-mail folks back on the forum eventually. You have my word. I have to be in the right frame of mind though. Honest, I'm not ignoring anybody even though it may seem at first glance like I'm being a colossal jerk. Thanks Jay BTW for your thoughts on the movie "Hacksaw Ridge" last night too. I know people probably get weary of my longwinded reviews, but thanks anyway for tolerating my obsession with details. I do take stock & value immensely what my friends say & recommend. 

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  6. Somehow this thread went from the Cubs defending their MLB crown, to ancient computers, to slow internet processing speeds, to asking a woman's age online. Darn, you folks are funny! :lol:


    I love when threads slide in new directions & somehow boomer rang back to the original topic. You guys always make me roar with laughter, especially when SW1 has no business even reading this topic. Way outside my level of expertise now.


    BrentMc11 & Jay Kirk are like brothers man. It's cool that NFLfan can comically haze her male counterparts too. I respect that. 


    Hey CBE, rather then buying a new laptop, it might be cheaper to download software that routinely cleans up trash that slows down speed. I use MacKeeper myself. Just trying to save a fellow brother major Benjamins  man. 


    Okay, I'll zip it now & just listen...

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  7. You know why he wasn't being drafted, because he threatened not to sign and it's a lot easier said than done to risk a draft pick for nothing. If he would of signed, a GM would of taken him, and it would of been earlier than the 7th. He was getting talked to by the police about a murder at the time. You can't expect Grigson or any other GM to draft him because of that and it won't be allowed here. Too big of an advantage over Grigson's draft. Everyone will do it and it will be a free hit.

    Yes, but La'el Collins wasn't being indicted though. Mike Mayock mentioned this on NFL Network with Rich Eisen during the draft. He was assisting the police with the investigation at LSU. He wasn't a primary suspect in a homicide. I wouldn't have shied away from Collins as an NFL GM. Don't you want a player to fully comply with the authorities? Why was this deemed so toxic by NFL front offices? I still don't get it.  

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  8. I appreciate the info TYG, but it just struck me as comically ironic to say the following statement: "This is posted in case it is missed in the other thread. Please do not respond here."


    I get your point TYG, but it's just funny to me to start a thread saying "Do not respond here." It's like inviting everyone to a picnic & then not letting them eat any hotdogs or hamburgers because no one remembered to buy any buns, Dixie plates, or plastic cups. LOL! Only teasing brother.  ;)


    Yes, I am fully aware that by replying to this topic I am violating protocol BTW. Ha! Ha! SW1 has always been a rebel & I never colored between the lines as a child either.


    When I drive though, I do try to keep my car in between the telephone poles & buildings though. It keeps my insurance premiums down that way & just because an attractive woman walked across the street in front of me my agent won't accept "Peter, that tree just slammed into my car out of nowhere as a legitimate accident claim unfortunately. Major bummer man."  :lol:  :funny:  lmao

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