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Old 01-05-2013, 07:13 PM
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Idle thought for the day:

It's so strange and out of character, if you happen to attend a hard-core, black or death-metal performance, with the deep-grunting, demonic cookie-monster like vocals during the songs - then the performer speaks in a normal voice-tone to the audience in between the songs.
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:10 AM
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Idle thought for the day...

The two adages, "Birds of a feather flock together" and "Opposites attract" seem to contradict each-other, or have you question the credibility of either.
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lol just throwing this out there. If Andy Rooney's gig is still open, 60 Minutes best come knocking at your door.
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Idle thought for the day:

In church, especially for the Catholic religion (like myself), and during mass, there is a part where we're asked to offer eachother a "sign of peace", where we turn to strangers, and even acquaintances located around us shake hands and smile and say "peace be with you". Later, after the mass, let's say that the same person you shook hands and wished peace with, cuts you off in the parking lot, and you wind up cursing them out while in your car. Could that entire peace demonstration be hypocritical?
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An idle and goofy thought for the day...

In the 1980 film, "Caddyshack", why does the gopher (puppet) sound just like a dolphin?

I was given a blu-ray DVD of this movie recently as a gift, I played it last night, and took note of that, close your eyes and you would think that an old Flipper rerun was airing.
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Just a thought that I'll share...

I just was at the movies tonight, and I see that the "films" of late, especially in higher-end corporate mega-plex theaters are all now a digital-type of projection, trailers and all. Now it's all crystal-clear, without scratches or even the tiniest mark in the picture, like watching a giant-projection DVD, digital-file or premium cable broadcast. It's all spectacular and dazzling, but, some warmth is missing. What I mean is, the scratches are not only gone, especially at the end of a reel, but so is the circle-indicator, to change the reel, at the upper right of the picture, and the jump, with a thumping sound when the reel changes and cuts to the next scene. Also missing it if you stay for a bit of the credits, and the theater empties out and is quieter, you no longer hear the "clatter" of the projector shutter in the background, especially if you're seated farther back. Also, the worn-out pre-film trailers and ads that get played to death, that have numerous scratches and marks, and even skip if spliced. This, I feel, can be compared to listening to a vinyl record, with pops and snaps from debris, or a possible scratch, or even the hiss of a tape, somehow there was a warmth, and it wasn't as sterile is today's high-tech mediums.
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Idle thought for the day...

What was the deal with "Bazooka" Joe's eyepatch, was it a for a lazy-eye, or did he continuously like to play pirate?
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Idle thought for the day...

What was the familiar and famous graphic for the opening title of Warner Brothers animated shorts (Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies) suppose to represent - looking down through the entrance of Bugs Bunny's liar/rabbit hole, a colonoscopy, or simply an art-deco design-graphic?
As a kid, I perceived it as the inside of a camera-lens.
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Idle thought for the day...

If anyone watches "Archer" on FX, I wonder when it's supposed to take place - Some of the fashions and buildings appear contemporary, but the cars are no newer than the mid-1970s, the computers appear to be from the 80s/early 90s (with scenes with old, large reel-to-reels), yet they have cellphones, which appear to be non-smart phones.
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Old 06-18-2013, 01:21 AM
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Goofy idle thought for the day:

Since Archie Bunker was the bigot that he was, what was his nationality and background?
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