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#18967 - 01/26/09 08:49 AM forgotten dreams
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#19000 - 01/26/09 05:40 PM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: Satansfarm]
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Wtf was that? Satanic George Carlin?
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#19028 - 01/26/09 10:42 PM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: ceruleansteel]
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Ever have a friend who was convinced that they were going to be a big star?
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#19031 - 01/26/09 11:12 PM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: Satansfarm]
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When I lived in Glendale and worked in Hollywood I met so many people who thought they were going to be big stars. It was actually quite funny the amount of people who thought they would be the next big thing.
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#19034 - 01/26/09 11:57 PM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: ceruleansteel]
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Holy shit! You're right, good ears on you girl...

the vocal characteristics, the intonation, the timing...

I'm impressed.
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#19285 - 01/29/09 01:26 PM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: Satansfarm]
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 Originally Posted By: Satansfarm
Ever have a friend who was convinced that they were going to be a big star?


I can't say I have. We barely know eachother.

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#19338 - 01/29/09 04:38 PM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: Satansfarm]
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To be honest, I'm not quite sure the content flowed all that well, but I most certainly like listening to your voice. Do you sing as well as you speak?
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#19528 - 02/02/09 08:34 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: Sordid Archetype]
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That should be mandatory viewing for all the aspiring wannabes out there.

I'd like to see it screened in the introduction sessions of drama academies worldwide...

Keep up the good work Satansfarm!
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#19576 - 02/03/09 05:41 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: spiderbreeder]
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Cheesy but reminiscent of the low budget vignettes used for introducing the low budget feature presentations on late night TV. Following this one should be a movie titled "Abandon Hope" about a Hollywood agent who turns out to be malevolent to the point of absurdity.
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#19612 - 02/04/09 01:09 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: Zoid]
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 Quote:
Cheesy but reminiscent of the low budget vignettes used for introducing the low budget feature presentations on late night TV.


I hope you realize that you just responded to someone that uses "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark", as her avatar...

There's a joke in there, I just know it.
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#19613 - 02/04/09 01:24 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: daevid777]
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Maybe Zoid is implying that I'm a low budget vignette that introduces low budget feature posts on late night PC...

Ahhhhh, the agony!

Or maybe he didn't mean it that way at all, and it's just a stunning coinky-dink.

Either way, I almost blanketed my screen in coffee again- at least it wasn't Paolo's fault this time. ;\)
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#19614 - 02/04/09 01:46 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: spiderbreeder]
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I think he was entirely referring to Mr. Satansfarm's public address... I watched it again, and it actually could have worked... for some late-night viewing of "Rabbid Grannies", or even, to be so bold, one of the "Blind Dead" series... (too much credit?)

I think "Stunning 'coinky-dink', (as popularized by born-again christian Kirk Cameron of "Growing Pains" notoriety), is actually what happened... and that, my dear, is funny.

Sorry about the coffee, but it was a good laugh...
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#19615 - 02/04/09 02:51 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: daevid777]
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I think your correct there Daevil... I think I was momentarily labouring under the misconception that everything revolved around me- not wise, I know.

And the thought that I have subconciously stored one of Kirk Cameron's catch-phrases away for future personal use is absolutely sickening to me, and I'm really ashamed of myself.

Thanks for bringing that to my attention, I promise it won't happen again.... Kirk Cameron sucks.
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#19617 - 02/04/09 03:03 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: spiderbreeder]
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I think it was already a common colloquialism, just advertised in the mainstream by this horrid "sitcom", I was notified by a friend of this language... because I was too busy watching much older versions of televison's greatest... "The Honeymooners", "Three's Company", "Burns and Allen"... re-runs, I hope...

God, I'm old.

I did happen to appreciate "The Fresh Prince of Bel Aire"...

I'm still old...


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#19619 - 02/04/09 03:11 AM Re: forgotten dreams [Re: daevid777]
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The term "coinky dink" is OLD. Curly used the term "coinky dink" in at least one of the Three Stooges short comedies. I think that would have been the first time I would have heard it, and that would date back to the mid-50's... BUT it's older than that, because Curly (Jerome Howard) suffered a stroke in 1946 and left the Three Stooges... so sometime probably in the early half of the 1940's.
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