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CyberFM
01-09-2009, 10:03 PM
I'm standing outside on Broadway, right at Vesey St by Ground Zero.
Smoking a cigarette.
Homeless guy approaches me and asks, "Can I bum a smoke?"
I reply "sure, here, how are you?"
He replies with "I'm good, but a little dissappointed"
I say, "Oh why?"
He says "I saved up $10, went into the Theater to see Gran Torino with Clint Eastwood. And at the end they :oops: :censored: :rules: :no: "

I was gonna go see it tomorrow night.

carlwelden
01-10-2009, 01:20 AM
Bummer.
Thanks for not passing along his entire quote...I haven't seen it yet either.
You still ought to go see it on the big screen, if anything to spite the homeless guy.

Bear in mind that eventually, a day will come when Clint Eastwood won't be making pictures anymore.

CyberFM
01-11-2009, 04:00 AM
This is true, however, we're getting hit with Snow now. Bimmer needs tires and the truck is two wheel drive... :(

carlwelden
01-11-2009, 05:49 AM
Hey, don't even start on driving in the snow. Remember, I'm in the Catskill Mountains and you are on that big flat sandbar known as Long Island. LOL! Drive safe though.

I have a two wheel drive truck too. When I need extra Winter traction, I just throw a pair of these beefy 5'ft Shure VA-300's in the back.
http://soundrental.net/Images/shure_vocal_master.jpg

James
01-11-2009, 05:57 AM
I have a two wheel drive truck too. When I need extra Winter traction, I just throw a pair of these beefy 5'ft Shure VA-300's in the back.
http://soundrental.net/Images/shure_vocal_master.jpg

LOL Throw in some bose speakers and a shure microphone and you might just have the ultimate snowpartymobile! :boonie:

CyberFM
01-11-2009, 07:30 PM
haha, I have a Dodge Dakota RT. Last year I went to Home Depot and bought 400 lbs of sand.

This year I bought Falken FTZ 295/50/17s for the rear

http://mftu.net/Images/rt_oldpushbar.jpg

kwdservices
01-11-2009, 07:57 PM
Homeless guy once made my day. I was in San Francisco a year or so ago. After arriving I found out that the hotel that I had booked (a chain that has a location in New York City that I love to stay at whenever I am in New York), was a complete dump. So I was basically walking down a sidewalk downtown with all my luggage trying to find a place that I could sit down and call a few hotels, when a guy holding up a bunch of branches started creeping up behind me and then jumped out and shouted Boo!

And wow that scared the living **** out of me, but it was funny :D

I wasn't his only target though. A few days later I was walking around in the same area when I heard someone scream. I looked where it came from and the same man was in the same place he scared me a few days ago apparently having scared another innocent tourist :P

San Francisco was a very interesting city I must say...

kwdservices
01-11-2009, 07:58 PM
LOL Throw in some bose speakers and a shure microphone and you might just have the ultimate snowpartymobile! :boonie:
:biggrinthumb:

Ricardo
01-12-2009, 01:39 PM
That Shure system is very nostalgic...

Sorry to hear about the spoiler. Speaking of Clint Eastwood and twists, we recently watched Million Dollar Baby, and I didn't see that plot twist coming.

carlwelden
01-12-2009, 07:54 PM
That Shure system is very nostalgic...
The speakers are up for sale if you care to feed your garage band era nostalgia. They not only sound awesome, they are great for Winter traction!

QueenBee
01-26-2009, 11:25 AM
I have not had much experience with really thick snow...but snow is still dangerous whether it is an inch thick or ten inches thick. Love that snowmobile idea LOL

Back on topic ---- well did u watch another movie instead?

CyberFM
01-26-2009, 06:57 PM
Naah, although I just picked up Speedracer on DVD, I felt it was kinda ruined like the "Dukes Of Hazard" Remake

QueenBee
01-26-2009, 08:15 PM
Oh yeaahhh...I heard about that movie. Decided not to watch it because of the reviews. Bummer.