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#301 JohnnyBlaze

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 12:22 AM

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View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 02 August 2020 - 10:04 PM, said:

The full scene...


Darn, it won't play for me.

I think I put up a shorter version of this earlier in the thread.

(Edited to add): I did. The shorter version is post #222. But the longer vid here is the one to see.

His best movie until "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood."

Never saw the latest Tarantino flick. Don’t trust him as he hasn’t made a movie I’ve been satisfied with since the 90s.

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 12:56 AM

View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 03 August 2020 - 12:22 AM, said:

View PostRUSHHEAD666, on 03 August 2020 - 12:17 AM, said:

View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 02 August 2020 - 10:17 PM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 02 August 2020 - 10:13 PM, said:

View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 02 August 2020 - 10:04 PM, said:

The full scene...


Darn, it won't play for me.

I think I put up a shorter version of this earlier in the thread.

(Edited to add): I did. The shorter version is post #222. But the longer vid here is the one to see.

His best movie until "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood."

Never saw the latest Tarantino flick. Don’t trust him as he hasn’t made a movie I’ve been satisfied with since the 90s.

Will you just trust me as your friend.  It's amazing.

#303 JohnnyBlaze

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 01:19 AM

View PostRUSHHEAD666, on 03 August 2020 - 12:56 AM, said:

View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 03 August 2020 - 12:22 AM, said:

View PostRUSHHEAD666, on 03 August 2020 - 12:17 AM, said:

View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 02 August 2020 - 10:17 PM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 02 August 2020 - 10:13 PM, said:

View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 02 August 2020 - 10:04 PM, said:

The full scene...


Darn, it won't play for me.

I think I put up a shorter version of this earlier in the thread.

(Edited to add): I did. The shorter version is post #222. But the longer vid here is the one to see.

His best movie until "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood."

Never saw the latest Tarantino flick. Don’t trust him as he hasn’t made a movie I’ve been satisfied with since the 90s.

Will you just trust me as your friend.  It's amazing.

:lol:

I dislike Brad Pitt and ALL Tarantino movies have annoyed me since Kill Bill 1. I’ve liked parts of some of his movies since then but there’s always been something in them that’s pissed me off. Reservoir Dogs to Jackie Brown have all been good to great.

I’ve heard “Oh man, you’re gonna love Kill Bill!”... I didn’t.
Then, “This is different. Kill Bill 2 is better and it has Carradine! You’re a big Kung Fu fan, right? You’ll like Kill Bill 2!”...I didn’t.
Later came, “Ohhhh, Inglourious Basterds is so damn good! I know you don’t like Brad Pitt but this is different. Watch it, you won’t regret it!”...I regretted it.
Even later, “Django Unchained, dude. Tarantino has outdone himself here. Trust me!”...Nope, didn’t like it. Well, I liked it up until Waltz was out of the movie.
I even gave The Hateful Eight a shot after all of those 21st century disappointments. That was the worst one of all!

So no more Tarantino! He’s had plenty of chances with me. Yeah yeah my loss. Maybe so. But f**k it. Pitt never made a movie better for me. He made it worse or he managed to stay out of the way and the movie remained good.

What’s this thread about? Oh yeah, Reservoir Dogs’ Mr. Orange selling his bullshit drugs and cop story to a group of criminals in order to garner respect and get in good with them.

:lol:

Edited by JohnnyBlaze, 03 August 2020 - 01:20 AM.


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Posted 03 August 2020 - 08:19 AM

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zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......................................
Is that a little motorcycle?
Is that a little brain that thought that up?

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 10:35 AM

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View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 11:34 AM

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View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Maybe not now, but she was way hot when she and I had dinner together.
Good for you! Last I saw of her was on The Office. She was still stunning to me.

Marisa Tomei wasn't in the The Office. I can see how you'd misremember her being in it, though.

Edited by JARG, 03 August 2020 - 01:51 PM.


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Posted 03 August 2020 - 03:41 PM

View Postdriventotheedge, on 03 August 2020 - 08:19 AM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 02 August 2020 - 03:13 PM, said:

View Postdriventotheedge, on 02 August 2020 - 08:24 AM, said:

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......................................
Is that a little motorcycle?
Is that a little brain that thought that up?
Sorry, no offense intended.

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 03:46 PM

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View PostDear Sir, on 02 August 2020 - 03:10 PM, said:

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View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 05:39 PM, said:

View PostNew Digital Man, on 01 August 2020 - 05:20 PM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 08:44 AM, said:

View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Maybe not now, but she was way hot when she and I had dinner together.
Good for you! Last I saw of her was on The Office. She was still stunning to me.

Marisa Tomei wasn't in the The Office. I can see how you'd misremember her being in it, though.
Haha, I think you're right about her now that I searched online.

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 04:09 PM

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View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 05:39 PM, said:

View PostNew Digital Man, on 01 August 2020 - 05:20 PM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 08:44 AM, said:

View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 04:15 PM

View PostTest for Echo, on 02 August 2020 - 11:20 PM, said:

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I was checking out his BMW motorcycle when he approached me and asked, "Were you at the show the other night?" He put on his helmet before I could see him. Ok, 1% charge on phone...back later.

You mean his bicycle? He didn't ride motorcycles back in the 80s lol
That day, he rode a BMW motorcycle. But I realize it's hard to believe, especially because others have shown articles where Neil said he didn't ride until the 90s and bought his first cycle in the 90s. My only explanation is that he borrowed or rented it for a 3-day break Rush had between St. Paul and Michigan. But if he had no license, I doubt he could rent it, so must have borrowed it. I highly doubt he stole it!

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 06:35 PM

View PostDear Sir, on 03 August 2020 - 04:09 PM, said:

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View PostDear Sir, on 02 August 2020 - 09:58 PM, said:

View PostRick N. Backer, on 02 August 2020 - 08:44 PM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 02 August 2020 - 03:10 PM, said:

View PostJARG, on 02 August 2020 - 09:04 AM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 05:39 PM, said:

View PostNew Digital Man, on 01 August 2020 - 05:20 PM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 08:44 AM, said:

View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

You didn't really miss it.  You got to meet him.  You just didn't get his autograph or a picture with him.

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 08:00 PM

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View PostJARG, on 02 August 2020 - 09:04 AM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 05:39 PM, said:

View PostNew Digital Man, on 01 August 2020 - 05:20 PM, said:

View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 08:44 AM, said:

View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

You didn't really miss it.  You got to meet him.  You just didn't get his autograph or a picture with him.
That is kind of you to say. My wife said the same. In fact, it's probably better I didn't recognize him because it allowed a fairly normal conversation.

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Posted 03 August 2020 - 10:38 PM

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View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 08:44 AM, said:

View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

You didn't really miss it.  You got to meet him.  You just didn't get his autograph or a picture with him.
That is kind of you to say. My wife said the same. In fact, it's probably better I didn't recognize him because it allowed a fairly normal conversation.
I doubt the conversation was all that normal, with Peart being a bibliophile and you being such a famous author and all.  He had to have been awestruck.

Edited by laughedatbytime, 03 August 2020 - 10:39 PM.


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View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 05:39 PM, said:

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View PostDear Sir, on 01 August 2020 - 08:44 AM, said:

View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

You didn't really miss it.  You got to meet him.  You just didn't get his autograph or a picture with him.
That is kind of you to say. My wife said the same. In fact, it's probably better I didn't recognize him because it allowed a fairly normal conversation.
I doubt the conversation was all that normal, with Peart being a bibliophile and you being such a famous author and all.  He had to have been awestruck.
Haha, right! He was probably awestruck, but with disbelief and pity. If you mean the Borders book-signing, that was just goofing around to create a clearly unrealistic story. I'm not famous at all and haven't published even one book.

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The full scene...


Darn, it won't play for me.

I think I put up a shorter version of this earlier in the thread.

(Edited to add): I did. The shorter version is post #222. But the longer vid here is the one to see.

His best movie until "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood."

Never saw the latest Tarantino flick. Don’t trust him as he hasn’t made a movie I’ve been satisfied with since the 90s.

Will you just trust me as your friend.  It's amazing.

:lol:

I dislike Brad Pitt and ALL Tarantino movies have annoyed me since Kill Bill 1. I’ve liked parts of some of his movies since then but there’s always been something in them that’s pissed me off. Reservoir Dogs to Jackie Brown have all been good to great.

I’ve heard “Oh man, you’re gonna love Kill Bill!”... I didn’t.
Then, “This is different. Kill Bill 2 is better and it has Carradine! You’re a big Kung Fu fan, right? You’ll like Kill Bill 2!”...I didn’t.
Later came, “Ohhhh, Inglourious Basterds is so damn good! I know you don’t like Brad Pitt but this is different. Watch it, you won’t regret it!”...I regretted it.
Even later, “Django Unchained, dude. Tarantino has outdone himself here. Trust me!”...Nope, didn’t like it. Well, I liked it up until Waltz was out of the movie.
I even gave The Hateful Eight a shot after all of those 21st century disappointments. That was the worst one of all!

So no more Tarantino! He’s had plenty of chances with me. Yeah yeah my loss. Maybe so. But f**k it. Pitt never made a movie better for me. He made it worse or he managed to stay out of the way and the movie remained good.

What’s this thread about? Oh yeah, Reservoir Dogs’ Mr. Orange selling his bullshit drugs and cop story to a group of criminals in order to garner respect and get in good with them.

:lol:

You are hilarious.  Yes, this thread has taken off into a new stratosphere.  I prefer "Hemispheres."  But hey,  "fuckk it."

"Everyone's A Star."  Listening to TNT.  Underrated band.

Fukk "Kill Bill" and the sequel."  "Jackie Brown" sucked too.

Dude, trust me....

Watch "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

I would buy you the fuckking blu-ray and ship it to you but Japan is on a Region 2. Kills me. Well perhaps blu-rays are region free.  The DVD region 2 Japan really kills me.

Dumb.

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View PostJohnnyBlaze, on 02 August 2020 - 10:04 PM, said:

The full scene...


Darn, it won't play for me.

I think I put up a shorter version of this earlier in the thread.

(Edited to add): I did. The shorter version is post #222. But the longer vid here is the one to see.

His best movie until "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood."

Never saw the latest Tarantino flick. Don’t trust him as he hasn’t made a movie I’ve been satisfied with since the 90s.

Will you just trust me as your friend.  It's amazing.

:lol:

I dislike Brad Pitt and ALL Tarantino movies have annoyed me since Kill Bill 1. I’ve liked parts of some of his movies since then but there’s always been something in them that’s pissed me off. Reservoir Dogs to Jackie Brown have all been good to great.

I’ve heard “Oh man, you’re gonna love Kill Bill!”... I didn’t.
Then, “This is different. Kill Bill 2 is better and it has Carradine! You’re a big Kung Fu fan, right? You’ll like Kill Bill 2!”...I didn’t.
Later came, “Ohhhh, Inglourious Basterds is so damn good! I know you don’t like Brad Pitt but this is different. Watch it, you won’t regret it!”...I regretted it.
Even later, “Django Unchained, dude. Tarantino has outdone himself here. Trust me!”...Nope, didn’t like it. Well, I liked it up until Waltz was out of the movie.
I even gave The Hateful Eight a shot after all of those 21st century disappointments. That was the worst one of all!

So no more Tarantino! He’s had plenty of chances with me. Yeah yeah my loss. Maybe so. But f**k it. Pitt never made a movie better for me. He made it worse or he managed to stay out of the way and the movie remained good.

What’s this thread about? Oh yeah, Reservoir Dogs’ Mr. Orange selling his bullshit drugs and cop story to a group of criminals in order to garner respect and get in good with them.

:lol:

You are hilarious.  Yes, this thread has taken off into a new stratosphere.  I prefer "Hemispheres."  But hey,  "fuckk it."

"Everyone's A Star."  Listening to TNT.  Underrated band.

Fukk "Kill Bill" and the sequel."  "Jackie Brown" sucked too.

Dude, trust me....

Watch "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

I would buy you the fuckking blu-ray and ship it to you but Japan is on a Region 2. Kills me. Well perhaps blu-rays are region free.  The DVD region 2 Japan really kills me.

Dumb.

Ahh, I liked Jackie Brown. It’s his last good movie from start to finish imho. I also like the old song, “Across 110th Street”, which they used for the theme. Just in case you forgot how that goes:



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Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

You didn't really miss it.  You got to meet him.  You just didn't get his autograph or a picture with him.
That is kind of you to say. My wife said the same. In fact, it's probably better I didn't recognize him because it allowed a fairly normal conversation.
I doubt the conversation was all that normal, with Peart being a bibliophile and you being such a famous author and all.  He had to have been awestruck.
Haha, right! He was probably awestruck, but with disbelief and pity. If you mean the Borders book-signing, that was just goofing around to create a clearly unrealistic story. I'm not famous at all and haven't published even one book.

Well, that's disappointing.  I was getting to the end of my summer reading list a little early this year and was looking forward to a little late summer whimsy.

I've got an idea, you have the titles already figured out, and you're clearly creative, so why don't you just flesh things out a bit and turn those germs of ideas into full length books.   I mean, these days it's not really that hard to self publish, and with the fan base you've developed here and a little word of mouth, I don't think that the New York Times best seller list is THAT much of a stretch.   We believe in you!!!

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View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

You didn't really miss it.  You got to meet him.  You just didn't get his autograph or a picture with him.
That is kind of you to say. My wife said the same. In fact, it's probably better I didn't recognize him because it allowed a fairly normal conversation.
I doubt the conversation was all that normal, with Peart being a bibliophile and you being such a famous author and all.  He had to have been awestruck.
Haha, right! He was probably awestruck, but with disbelief and pity. If you mean the Borders book-signing, that was just goofing around to create a clearly unrealistic story. I'm not famous at all and haven't published even one book.

Well, that's disappointing.  I was getting to the end of my summer reading list a little early this year and was looking forward to a little late summer whimsy.

I've got an idea, you have the titles already figured out, and you're clearly creative, so why don't you just flesh things out a bit and turn those germs of ideas into full length books.   I mean, these days it's not really that hard to self publish, and with the fan base you've developed here and a little word of mouth, I don't think that the New York Times best seller list is THAT much of a stretch.   We believe in you!!!

Ah, yes!  The New York Times.  A newspaper that could employ that truth-teller Walter Duranty would never steer anyone wrong.

Ever.

:)

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View PostDisk98, on 31 July 2020 - 05:10 PM, said:

Cool fan fiction, bro.
Prove your assertion. I know what happened and have witnesses.
I believe you are under a grave misapprehension about who you think you saw but are arrogant enough not to admit that you could be wrong, which you most certainly are. The dates alone quite clearly show that without a doubt it wasn't Neil and I don't understand how anyone who knows the facts would take your story seriously, it just isn't possible! Have a nice life anyway!
A grave misapprehension, you say? That's an interesting if meaningless charge.

I have two eyewitnesses, one of whom got his autograph before I arrived.

14 pages in and now witnesses have been added to the story?!
Interesting, right? If this were a legal trial, it's equivalent to Melisa Tomei explaining the tire tracks in My Cousin Vinny. I'll grant she's marginally hotter than I am.

Not exactly.  In that scene,  she wasn't being cross-examined with her own prior statements, she was providing an expert opinion on the forensics.  Here it would be more like this:

You started this thread on July 9, 2020, correct?

You would agree with me that prior to August 2, 2020, after 15 pages and 281 posts were made on this topic, you had never mentioned any eyewitnesses including one who actually got Mr. Peart's autograph, did you?

Did you not think that would have been supportive of your story earlier, or did you not think to add that fact to your story until August 2?

Maybe more like that.
Direct your questions to the witnesses, or I'll hold you in contempt. Do your homework before trial, counselor. And put your pants back on!

In your scenario, aren't you the witness?
I meant the two other witnesses. But kidding aside, are you actually an attorney? You sound like you could be, seriously. To answer your original question to some degree, I think I did mention the others before without calling them witnesses, but I honestly don't remember. One was the attendant, who a few days later jumped on my back about blowing "the chance of a lifetime." The other was a guy from another high school. It's a small town, but I'd have to dig to remember his name. And truly, my goal initially was not to persuade others to believe me but to discover if anyone had read the story elsewhere and could point me to the source. After posting a few portions, some people seemed interested, so I shared more to offer a tiny bit of insight into Neil's personality. Contrary to my perceptions back then of Neil being intensely serious, he struck me as remarkably upbeat and pretty quick to laugh. The attendant also thought he was quite handsome! I somehow concluded he "worked for" Rush as a roadie or some other role. It's an amazing memory, but I still feel sick to my stomach when I realize the attendant was right; I did blow a chance of a lifetime.

You didn't really miss it.  You got to meet him.  You just didn't get his autograph or a picture with him.
That is kind of you to say. My wife said the same. In fact, it's probably better I didn't recognize him because it allowed a fairly normal conversation.
I doubt the conversation was all that normal, with Peart being a bibliophile and you being such a famous author and all.  He had to have been awestruck.
Haha, right! He was probably awestruck, but with disbelief and pity. If you mean the Borders book-signing, that was just goofing around to create a clearly unrealistic story. I'm not famous at all and haven't published even one book.

Well, that's disappointing.  I was getting to the end of my summer reading list a little early this year and was looking forward to a little late summer whimsy.

I've got an idea, you have the titles already figured out, and you're clearly creative, so why don't you just flesh things out a bit and turn those germs of ideas into full length books.   I mean, these days it's not really that hard to self publish, and with the fan base you've developed here and a little word of mouth, I don't think that the New York Times best seller list is THAT much of a stretch.   We believe in you!!!
Gosh, I'm choked up. Thanks!




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