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  1. QUOTE (mazyyz @ Jul 30 2008, 10:07 PM)
    Mars Attacks

    Helllll no.

     

    Mars Attacks is funny as shit.

     

    "We come in peace." then... BLAST BLAST BLAST!!!

     

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    That movie was a trip! 1022.gif

  2. QUOTE (Presto-digitation @ Jul 15 2008, 10:12 AM)
    QUOTE (JohnnyBlaze @ Jul 15 2008, 10:09 AM)
    Votes for anything other than the first one must've been done as a joke.

    I agree that the first is still the best, but I'd argue that a few others are still very good film. Rocky III is as poignant as any of them, IMO.

     

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    I voted III.

     

     

  3. QUOTE (Marathonist @ Jul 29 2008, 08:08 PM)
    QUOTE (iluvgeddy05 @ Jul 29 2008, 07:55 PM)
    Cold Mountain.  And I like love story/chicky flix.  This one was downright awful.

    The book sucked ass too. I realize that Oprah's Book Club would give me a beating if they heard me say that, but I hated it. Needless to say, I stayed far, far away from the movie.

    Have to disagree with this one.

    First time i saw it, thought it was draggy and depressing.

     

    Saw it again on tv a couple years later and enjoyed it more.

     

    There was some pretty good acting thruout altho still think it was a little long.

     

    Bottom line, this movie does have some redeeming qualities.

    And i'll say the same for The English Patient.

     

    So then, so far we have the following that everyone agrees on is crap :

     

    Pearl Harbor remake (the orginal was excellent)

    Ishtar

    Shanghai Surprise

    Mission to Mars

    Little Nicky

    The Eye

    Diaster Movie

    The Strangers

    Starsky and Hutch

    Catwoman

    Armageddon

    Street Fighter

    Stop or My Mom Will Shoot

    Down With Love

    Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

    and i'll add Disturbia

     

    I'd like to get a list that everyone agrees on, so if you would like any of the above taken off the list, please do so, or forever hold your peace. biggrin.gif

  4. QUOTE (ladirushfan80 @ Jul 15 2008, 11:00 AM)
    Pags...  the thought of leaving you there to deal with the car all by yourself was never an option or a consideration... no.gif

    we leave no one behind.


    let the powers that be just TRY and throw a wrench into the plan.  you take that wrench, throw it as far as you can away from you, and make the best out of a shitty situation, 'eh?


    it's just the way we roll, man.

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    There's nothing TRFers can't overcome banding together!

     

    Only a little way into the thread and awesome pics so far!

     

     

    Someone may have already mentioned, but if the powers that be throw you a wrench when your van breaks down, don't throw it as far away as you can. It might be useful. tongue.gif

  5. QUOTE (thesweetscience @ Jul 21 2008, 08:17 PM)
    I just watched "the departed".  All I can say is WOW.  10/10  Who knew 2 an a half hrs could disappear like that........

    That's one of those movies that the acting is so good you can watch it simply for that fact, regardless of whether you know the movie by heart or not.

     

    edit - had to add : incredible storyline also.

  6. Searched and saw a couple of threads beating around the bush.

    But none that came out and said it.

     

    If there's another thread that is scrictly for bad movies not worth viewing, please noteefiy. tongue.gif

     

     

    Just watched The Eye with Jessica Alba

     

    It tried hard with special effects and a pretty girl and with decent acting.

     

    But just the lamest plot. Girl is blind, girl gets cornea transplant, girl can now see the spirit world, girl uses new power to save lives. With no twists or surprises, totally one you can miss.

  7. QUOTE (Jack Aubrey @ Jul 20 2008, 02:17 PM)
    OK, I remember reading this story when I was in Junior High. The gist of it is that a man is challenged to a duel and when he gets ready to fight, his mouth has gone so dry from fear that his lips stick to his teeth. His opponent sees this and erroneously believes that the man is smiling so he backs out of the duel because he's terrified to fight a man who would smile so in the face of danger.

    That's pretty much all I remember and I'd really like to read this story again. Do any of you fine folks know what it's called and/or who wrote it?

    Thanks.

    Nothing comes to mind on that one.

     

    I remember a cool story about a boy and a tree.

    He played in it when he was a kid.

     

    He carved his and his girlfriend's initials in it when he was a teenager.

     

    He cut it's branches off to build a house for his family.

     

    He cut it's trunk down to make a boat.

     

    And he used it's stump to rest on when he was old.

     

    There was other stuff i can't remember, but along with the illustrations it was kinda cool. Can't remember the title.

     

     

  8. QUOTE (sullysue @ Apr 3 2008, 09:19 AM)
    I couldn't find a general poetry thread to post this in, so I started this. I hope there isn't another one somewhere.

    Anyway, my 9-year-old daughter, Savannah, gave this to me last night. I wanted to share it, because it made me smile. biggrin.gif

    It's Pokey in Here!

    I am writing this poem from high in a tree,
    And it is rather pokey in here.
    I got in this tree way up high
    By a gust of wind, and I flew
    Into that tree like a bird flying by.
    I hope that gust of wind comes right back
    And blows me out of this tree.
    And I'll fall down with a "Smack"
    And break a bone or three.
    But, it's rather pokey in here.
    (Help Me!)


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    That's a trip! laugh.gif

     

    Ok SullySue,

    Now what we want

    Is one from you.

  9. music.gif If u ever go back in Woody Swamp Estates, well you better not go at night. music.gif

    Those blind people will protect their turf! laugh.gif

     

    no but seriously, there's got to be special housing or something around.

    I think u should investigate.

     

     

  10. QUOTE (-D-RocK- @ Jul 4 2008, 12:55 AM)
    Out and about on the bike a few weeks back and came across this funny little scene:

    http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg203/redscaledpirhana/IMGP2736.jpg

    Looks like he ran into the shed door too!

     

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    cool pic.

     

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  11. QUOTE (GeddyLeefan2112 @ Jun 5 2008, 01:25 PM)
    QUOTE (condemned2bfree @ May 21 2008, 08:10 AM)
    QUOTE (Pags @ May 21 2008, 01:32 PM)
    Truly astounding.  I can't believe you were even able to paint what looks like the reflection of yourself with a window in the background in the eyeball of the frog.  That kind of attention to detail is truly amazing.  Why didn't you paint a background setting for the animals?

    Pags laugh.gif I cannot believe you noticed that, didn't think anyone would.

     

    yes it is a reflection of me taking the photo.

     

    here is a closer detailed painting that shows my reflection.

     

     

    http://pHosted.com/0805/frog2%20copy.jpg

     

     

    They have no background as they were for a book.

     

     

    Thanks for the comments guys smile.gif

    I couldn't believe this paintings were watercolor until I saw this close up.

     

     

    Your work is mind-blowingly good. I bow to you.

    Very special!

  12. Is there any way we can play 'hide n seek' on the board?

     

    Or maybe in the lyrics?

     

    What about 'tag you're it'?

     

    Or maybe 'red rover'? Like you maybe guess numbers to break thru the line.

     

    Just thinkin'. confused13.gif

     

     

    and smokin'. cool10.gif

     

     

    tryin' to ease my mind. music.gif

  13. QUOTE (Lerxster @ Jun 4 2008, 12:00 PM)
    QUOTE (Jaye @ Jun 4 2008, 10:23 AM)
    http://www.therushforum.com/index.php?show...c=33860&st=2720 wink.gif

    .......goodpost.gif

     

    bekloppt.gif RocknRushFan- that's were we do our sangin round here. Welcome and enjoy! trink39.gif music.gif

    Very informative.

     

    trink38.gif thanks

     

    I might feel like doin' a little singin' myself.

     

    I have an excellent typing voice.

     

     

    adoobie do bop bop adew oh

     

    Well the wind won't blow, and we really shouldn't go.

     

    it only goes to show. cool.gif

     

     

    thank ya, thank ya very much.

     

     

  14. QUOTE (troutman @ Jun 2 2008, 09:40 PM)
    QUOTE (Inthend @ Jun 2 2008, 06:25 PM)
    http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b141/Inthend_/ba360077.jpg

    This is Boone. He's a purdy good dog. smile.gif

    bekloppt.gif Boone, what a cool name!! cool.gif He reminds me of my old dog Shy. yes.gif trink39.gif

    Thanks Troutman.

    I've had three other dogs. Loved them all.

     

    They are buried in nice grassy area on my property that stays in the shade all day long. No markers, but i sometimes think of them when i walk by there sometimes with Boone in the evening.

     

    I've had some cats that i remember.

    Leo, who used to suck on his tail and knead your leg and purr like crazy.

    And a little black cat, who caught all kinds of stuff and bit off their heads and left the bodies on the front porch. rabbits, mice, squirels, a huge rat one time, fish (after a big rain), moles

    I tell ya this cat could hunt. laugh.gif

  15. QUOTE (Rolinda Bonz @ Apr 20 2008, 11:36 PM)
    QUOTE (GhostGirl @ Apr 19 2008, 10:48 AM)
    First of all, thank you to all my wonderful friends who are constant supports for me.  I couldn't get through a day without you.  I love you all.  heart.gif

    Paul, no need for thanks, but you are so very welcome.  I'm glad I could help.  hug2.gif

    MH, Fridge is right - there are NO limits for you as far as education goes.  I'd be willing to bet you are an extremely intelligent young man.  Get tested, get some help with study skills, etc. and the sky's the limit.

    And finally, here is Mr. Stephen - he just wouldn't smile for me, though. 

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v297/RushBabe/Stephen/PICT0138.jpg
    Posing with his serious look.  tongue.gif

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v297/RushBabe/Stephen/PICT0133-1.jpg
    And asleep last night, curled up with his Jungle Book animals (that's Bagheera's tail you see there. laugh.gif)
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    wub.gif great pics, GG. My son, Timothy, is totally into The Jungle Book right now. common001.gif He likes to watch the movie repeatedly, pausing it when things in the story are in mid-air. biggrin.gif

     

    Something to keep in mind with these rapidly growing boys, is new shoes. Tim has been doing much better behaviorly since he got the trampoline for Christmas. I think he bounces a lot of his frustrations out.

    Anyway, he started getting unmanageable again just recently...hitting teachers, throwing toys, and refusing to follow directions in general. It occurred to me, probably a few weeks too late (stupid mom sad.gif ) that his shoes were too small for his feet. I got him a new pair that day, and he's a new kid, all cooperative and smiles...well, as can be expected.

     

    So I just want to remind all those parents out there how quickly they grow. And they can't always tell us, or even identify themselves, the things that are bothering them, like shoes that are too small.

     

    new shoes kid ---> bncegrn.gif

    Santa Claus is smart. smile.gif

     

    edit - and that's the prettiest ghost i've ever seen. ohmy.gif

  16. post #420 cheer.gif

     

     

    cool10.gif - hey babe, like the way u shake those pom-poms.

     

    cheer.gif - get away u pot head!

     

    cool10.gif - awww come on good looking, I got a steady job.

     

    cheer.gif - What, are u a professional video game player?

     

    cool10.gif - Why u judge me baby?

     

    blush4.gif - 'cause I'm superficial and materialistic.

     

    cool10.gif - well in today's world it's not hard.

     

    fists crying.gif - oh, you're so understanding

     

    cool10.gif - u know I can't stand to see u cry. here, this will make u feel better.

     

    cheer.gif - u're right! It does!

     

    cool10.gif - want to play some Halo?

     

     

     

    We hope u have enjoyed tonight's episode of smilely theater.

    Join us next week when we'll hear Jane say,

     

    cheer.gif - Hey mofo! this shit's a gram short!

     

     

  17. QUOTE (EveryNerveAware @ Feb 2 2008, 08:44 PM)
    Venus and Jupiter in Morning Skies

    http://i205.photobucket.com/albums/bb305/EveryNerveAware/RUSH/VenJupMorn_tafreshi800.jpg

    These two celestial beacons shining brightly in the east before sunrise are actually children of the Sun, the planets Venus and Jupiter. The second and third brightest objects in the sky at Night after the Moon, Venus and Jupiter appeared separated by about 2 degrees when this picture was taken on January 30th, but closed to within nearly half a degree early yesterday morning. In the serene foreground is the shoreline along the Miankaleh Peninsula and Gorgan Bay, an important bird and wildlife refuge in the southeastern Caspian Sea. Over the next two days, early morning risers around the globe will be able to enjoy a close pairing of Venus and Jupiter with an old crescent Moon.

    Nice pic.

     

    but is that shore line lit up? are they partying on the Caspian?

    looks like the bars, casinos, and discos are open. cool.gif

  18. QUOTE (Warm memory Chip @ Dec 20 2007, 10:13 PM)
    Hello Body Electric~

    my screen name, is from Moving Pictures trak-Vital Signs

    "pause rewind-replay "warm memory chip"-Random sample hold the one you need"

    Merry Christmas, and happy new-year to all the Rush fans across the lands

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    Of course u're right.

     

    Ramdom sample hold the one u need. 1022.gif

     

    great song!

     

     

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    Inthend, ReRushed, Warm memory Chip:hi:

     

    and Merry Christmas!!! smile.gif

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