Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by ninja, Aug 6, 2017.
Amen. Me too!
I don't know. That's why I need your number.
That is a really a great candidate daschoo!
I wish to submit: Treasure of the Sierra Madres
Sheese! That McClintock flick gets aired at least 6 times a week in my A.O.
and I used to kinda like it,,,not anymore.
I rewatch that one every other month or so,,, but it's running drag in the rewatch category eating the dust of " Cowboys and Aliens ",,, ya, I know.
Bro! I had a happy to party blond gal over at my place one weekend and she flopped her backside down on my leather luv seat Where my prized 3 dog night greatest hits c.d. pressing was hanging out at cuz' it was authorized to and her 110 lb female form broke it,,,well, seeing how I was much more attached to that c.d. than to her ,,,she had to hit the road ,,,fast.
Hey man, come into the music thread and jam out with us.
I'll post some 3 Dog Night for ya. Just to get that memory a'spinning!
She had to hit the road Jack, ey?
Copy! First up #1 jam,, Eli's coming and we got a deal,,,you copy?
I copy hard and clear, my thicke mustached hombre
En-route now( lemme bring this old Harley up to rumble temperature and I'll roll)
It's been a while since I watched it but I always enjoy The Big Country with Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, Chuck Connors, Burl Ives, and Jean Simmons.
In terms of off beat westerns, the Trinity movies used to crack me up.
That's the Three Dog Night they did some good song way back when
Are those the spaghetti ones with that blond haired dude with the blue eyes that was like super slick and he always had that big bearded dude in them (either friend or foe) that .most of the time wore some kind of woolly goat skin vest? If so,,, ya, those are pretty cool
Yes, that's the ones. Terrance Hill and Bud Spencer. They were a spoof of the Italian westerns.
Hey, you mentioned Burl Ives, he really is what I would call a man's man( maybe would make a time killer thread next off season, you or somebody could start)
He wrote that " Ghost riders in the sky" song and pretty sure "Big rock candy mountain" I know he sings it, when he got older he was type casted and weather as a refined elderly grandfather ora scruff man of the road hobo he always commanded the scene by his mere presence alone
"Excuse me while I whip this out"
That German dance hall gal cracked me up when she sang that "Tired" song
Eating beans around the campfire