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    That's a conditional shutdown, Kep.
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    And other than Handyman, nobody else here knows what the hell you're talking about.
    Who DOESN'T know that?!

    Here's a good (meaning, "pathetic" one): when my brother and I have a chaotic day, one of us will say "It's a helluva day at sea, sir!" And know EXACTLY the movie we're referencing. FTR, not a good movie. Not even a time-killer movie, but it was popular when it came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Who DOESN'T know that?!

    Here's a good (meaning, "pathetic" one): when my brother and I have a chaotic day, one of us will say "It's a helluva day at sea, sir!" And know EXACTLY the movie we're referencing. FTR, not a good movie. Not even a time-killer movie, but it was popular when it came out.

    Overboard
    Man overboard is kissing woman overboard!

    If you are saying Overboard is a bad movie then you sir have just made my list! That movie rocks!
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    Is that the Russel/Hawn movie?

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    Is that the Russel/Hawn movie?
    Yes, it is.

    It's terrible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Man overboard is kissing woman overboard!

    If you are saying Overboard is a bad movie then you sir have just made my list! That movie rocks!
    It's not even horribly awesome. It's just bad. Like, Bird On A Wire bad. Hey, notice a trend?
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    I can recite Top Gun from beginning to end. Watched that movie a LOT as a kid. Haven't seen it in probably 15 years.

    Sometimes my work requires some serious digging through archives of an old contract. When I have been searching for a while and can feel I'm getting close to finding what I need I've been known to whisper "Talk to me Goose."

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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    I can recite Top Gun from beginning to end. Watched that movie a LOT as a kid. Haven't seen it in probably 15 years.

    Sometimes my work requires some serious digging through archives of an old contract. When I have been searching for a while and can feel I'm getting close to finding what I need I've been known to whisper "Talk to me Goose."
    I can quote BASEketball for *s sake, there's no reason for anyone to remember "I thought we agreed no more Journey psyche outs?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    It's not even horribly awesome. It's just bad. Like, Bird On A Wire bad. Hey, notice a trend?
    Yeah that you have zero taste in movies
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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    I can recite Top Gun from beginning to end. Watched that movie a LOT as a kid.
    I spent the summer of either 83 or 84 living at a frat house on North Campus while cramming Latin and EE courses into accelerated summer sessions. Every morning for two months we would have breakfast at 5 am in their giant kitchen, and ever morning Rocky 3 would be on the TV (HBO.. we own the rights for 8 more days, PLAY IT!!!). Every line, every pause, every music cue from that movie is burned forever into my memory. As age robs me of names, words and memories, Clubber Lang continues as gleaming alabaster. The last thing I recall on my death bed will probably be this.
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    I can quote BASEketball for *s sake, there's no reason for anyone to remember "I thought we agreed no more Journey psyche outs?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShirtlessBob View Post
    "But if you pick on me 13 or 14 more times, I'm out of here."
    "Even if some guy's trying to blackmail you..."

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    Oklahoma City

    The sister piece to PBS' Ruby Ridge documentary. Equally as good, and shows how all the pieces came together. Definitely worth a watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Oklahoma City

    The sister piece to PBS' Ruby Ridge documentary. Equally as good, and shows how all the pieces came together. Definitely worth a watch.
    Should I watch both before I go to OKC for work in a few weeks?
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    Should I watch both before I go to OKC for work in a few weeks?
    Nah. The OKC is a direct result of the Ruby Ridge incident. If one were to watch both, watch Ruby Ridge first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Nah. The OKC is a direct result of the Ruby Ridge incident. If one were to watch both, watch Ruby Ridge first.
    Well, yes, that's a given...I guess we're both in agreement.

    I get it...you're saying OKC doesn't happen without Ruby Ridge & Waco. I tend to agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    Well, yes, that's a given...I guess we're both in agreement.

    I get it...you're saying OKC doesn't happen without Ruby Ridge & Waco. I tend to agree.
    OKC isn't exactly a center of danger, was the original point of the response. The Ruby/Waco thing was just added insurance.
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