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  1. Stephan55

    Dawson City: Frozen Time

    The following is the 1957 award winning documentary "City of Gold," that was referenced in Dawson City: Frozen Time. Those familiar with documentaries will recognize this as a precursor to the "panning" style of filming photographs as used to such great effect by Ken and Ric Burns in their documentary's. CITY OF GOLD is a Canadian documentary chronicling Dawson City during the Klondike Gold Rush. Filmed and edited by Colin Low and Wolf Koenig, and narrated by Pierre Berton. City of Gold (1957) 21.43 min Full film (also viewable in HD 720p) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGxHHAX1nOY Another interesting short documentary of the period, by author Graham B. Wilson. The Klondike Gold Rush: Photographs from 1896-98 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wotxPTqKdCo
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    Dawson City: Frozen Time

    For those that may have desired to watch, and missed last nights (Sunday, 9/9/2018) airing of DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (2016) on TCM. I am happy to report that it is available for a watch (or re-watch) on WATCH TCM ON-DEMAND for the next 7 days. It is not a documentary for everyone, as the narration is sparse, and reading is a must. And many of the once believed "forever lost" clips shown are severely damaged. And there are some who may not appreciate the "somber" score that is played throughout the presentation. But others (especially those filmophiles who appreciate history in general and film history in particular) may find this documentary to be extremely informative and poignantly moving. Perhaps Zea said it best in her post (from another thread) The full video is also currently available to watch on-line from other sources (other than TCM), and for purchase as well (in DVD/Blu-ray format) i.e. https://www.amazon.com/Dawson-City-Frozen-Kathy-Jones-Gates/dp/B074WLDGD5/ref=sr_1_1/137-2335959-2597225?ie=UTF8&qid=1536618348&sr=8-1&keywords=dawson+city+dvd Dawson City: Frozen Time - Official Trailer
  3. TOO MANY "WINDOW BOX" FORMAT MOVIES ON-DEMAND! Not "widescreen" or "Letterbox" but tiny "Window-Box" format with broad vertical and horizontal black spaces above, below and to each side of a very tiny distorted picture that is too often squashed, flattened and widened, miss-shaping the picture that remains. Ordinarily I wouldn't comment about such an occurrence on TCM as in the past they generally (to my observation) rarely occurred (i.e. maybe once every three or four months), and have often been corrected in succeeding airings of the same movie. However this month there have been several such "Window-Boxed" movies ON-DEMAND, which is quite an alarming trend. NOTE that when I viewed parts of these movies during their live broadcast they were NOT in "Window-Box" format, this ONLY appeared during ON-DEMAND repeat viewing. Because this has been a past rare occurrence, and because these recent movies have been shown ON-DEMAND before in their "normal" widescreen, "Letter-Box" or even 4x3 ratio format (All without distortion) I do believe that such "Window-Box" occurrences are due to an uncorrected error by TCM staff. My point of this thread is to both confirm to fellow viewers that this is happening with others as themselves, AND bring this "problem" to the attention of one of our "helpful" Moderators, so that he (or she) can forward this evidently "overlooked" concern to whomever might care at TCM Central, so that someone there will hopefully take measures to either correct the current problem/s, or at least insure that it stops repeating itself. (At least in such an unusually frequent manner.) A short list of titles that I have noticed that are currently in the unacceptably distorted "Window-Box" format, are: THE HORSE SOLDIERS (1959), THE YOUNG PHILADELPHIANS (1959), HELL DRIVERS (1957), and THE PRISONER OF SECOND AVENUE (1974) which very recently prior to this (in the last month or two) was available ON-DEMAND in "normal" (un "Window-Box") format. NOTE: these are only the afflicted titles that I have discovered just this last week or so... there are likely others that I have not personally "caught". If anyone reading this has witnessed "Window-Boxing" in additional titles, please comment in this thread! *Addendum: Add *THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN (1960) to the above list of now FIVE movies presented in WINDOW-BOX format by WATCH TCM ON-DEMAND during this one month! Again, TCM ON-DEMAND would benefit its viewers if someone were charged with the duty of following up their ON-DEMAND product in the role of Quality Assurance. Another unrelated concern that I have recently observed (mostly since last Sunday) is that several movies that I have tried to watch ON-DEMAND have displayed a great deal of repetitive "buffering" (picture intermittently freezes with the little spinning circle). When this occurs I have checked my download speeds (with speedtest.net) and they have always been more than adequate and yes, everything (i.e. browser, flash-player, etc.) is up-to-date, and unchanged (both before and after these problems) happened. A short list of ON-DEMAND titles that suffered this were: ARIZONA (1940), TAMPOPO (1986), BIG JACK (1949), and HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER (1935). NOTE: this problem only occurred with TCM ON-DEMAND, and NOT with any other streaming service. After several attempts I have finally been able to watch most of these movies all-the-way through without buffering, but only after up to 4 repeat attempts (either subsequently, or on different days, at different times). And again, these are only the movies that I have noticed doing this. I suspect that there have been (or are) others... If anyone reading this has had similar experience, please post about it in this thread. Again, another good reason for TCM to invest in a dedicated QA person or rotational staff. And while I'm griping, I might as well get this off my chest as well... TCM has shown the loose and fanciful George M. Cohen musical bio classic YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942) "live" at least once each year for a number of years. But the last time that this Michael Curtiz, James Cagney hit was broadcast ON-DEMAND was in late 2015... NOT since then. Same with some other movies that I have noticed... Why TCM is not allowing us to watch this oft aired movie ON-DEMAND is beyond me... (surely it can't be a "rights" issue, can it?) Anyone care to offer a solid explanation for this mystery? Thank you!
  4. Stephan55

    Cats

    The female commentator of this piece referred to this young male lion as a "she" instead of a "he." I guess she is not all that familiar with felines and neither noticed his mane nor his cojones prominently displayed in the video???
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    Cats

    At first I thought this was a post about people who loved "eating cats," rather than pampering and serving them as if they were still Egyptian gods...
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    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    Living in the remote Alaskan "bush" my supplies had to last six months (or longer) at a stretch, so I created a daily, weekly, monthly, menu plan for myself, all portioned out. Fortunately, I'm not one who tires from eating the same foods over and over. So alternating pancakes with oatmeal every other day for breakfast was okay by me. I did make some variation in my batter, like spice cakes, and spicier cakes, with cinnamon, raisins, M&M's, and of course lots of fresh berries added during the summer. My milk was always reconstituted powder, as were my eggs (when my fresh "store bought" supplies of eggs, bacon, onions, potatoes, cheese, etc... ran out). So the majority of my supplies were dried foods (potatoes, onions, soups, powdered cheeses, etc. and a lot of different spices and seasonings). I had 25 lb sacks of dried beans, rice, flour, sugar, oatmeal, and what not. Boxes and boxes of cake mixes, instant puddings, raisins, 5lb cans of peanut butter, honey, and jam, and cases of snickers, and M&Ms. Also a lot of canned vegetables and fruit. Beverages always consisted of stream water (plain or mixed with) powdered Tang, Country Time lemonade, powdered milk, and copious amount of "sun" tea (in the summertime). My main meals varied depending on what I had in the cache. If I had a moose that fall, it would be moose steaks, moose burgers, spaghetti with moose, chili with moose, moose stew, ..... as many variances of moose as my imagination and resources could contrive. If I had anything big left in the cache come spring I'd get out the pressure cooker and mason jars and start "canning." Also built a drying rack and made bags and bags of jerky, topped with different spices... (i.e. pepper jerky, teriyaki jerky, curry jerky,....) I even made my own variation of pemmican with dried and pounded meat, fish, berries, oatmeal, and nuts, moistened and held together with rendered fat, rolled into little bite size balls, and bagged, so I had something to keep me going throughout the day. I experimented with flour, salt, and baking powder and was soon making some pretty decent tortillas on the flat stove top. A little more powder made them thicker and fluffier, more like pita. Also got pretty good at making pan sour dough bread. However keeping the starter from freezing in the winter was often an unsuccessful chore, for when I was away from the cabin for more than a day, it generally got too cold inside to keep it alive, and I'd have to start over again with yeast, sugar and flour. So my sour dough was never consistent from one batch to another. In the winter, keeping my prepared, jarred and canned food from freezing was the goal, and by summer I had to have any frozen meat processed (canned or dried) before it got warm enough to spoil. During the summer I only killed and ate smaller mammals and foul that could be consumed in a day or two at the most. And when the salmon made it up river I (and the dogs) ate a lot of fish. By next fall the cycle would repeat itself. The goal being to wait until it became cool enough that the flies wouldn't be around, and the meat could be kept without spoiling, and then hunt animals large enough to keep through the winter. But wait too late and one could not be sure of getting the necessary meat, so an opportunistic bear, or sheep, or couple of caribou, would be always be a good start. A single large moose would provide at least six months of meat by itself. But dressing a moose is like dressing and packing a large horse, and without snow cover has to be manually carried in several repeat loads and safely stored high enough as quickly as possible, as there are always coyotes, wolves, bears, and numerous smaller critters quick to grab a free meal. One late fall a hunter landed on my strip with a buffalo permit. Sadly he was primarily interested in just the skull and cape, but Fish & Game required that the meat be packed out. He was flying a Super cub and could barely fit what he wanted in the small plane. So he made a deal with me, that I could keep as much of the meat as I could carry and if he didn't make it back in time, the rest of the animal would be mine. That winter I ate buffalo to my hearts content, and have to admit, that as much as I like moose, I have yet to taste anything finer than buffalo. No matter how I cooked it, roasted, fried or boiled, it always turned out just right! People generally ask, so what does this or that animal taste like. And if one is not familiar with wild game, I try to equate it with something domestic, like sheep, pork, or beef. I'd say that moose and buffalo tastes like the finest lean beef that can be had. I have also eaten Lynx when I've trapped them. My first taste of Lynx was when a seasonal trapper from down river asked me to assist him at his cabin, which was about a 9 1/2 mile hike down river from my own. On the way down we checked a couple of his cubby sets and in one was a Lynx. That night he asked me if I wanted to have some Lynx with him for dinner. At first I thought he was foolin' around, as I'd never heard of anyone eating Lynx, or fox, or coyote... before that time. But as I watched him hack off a haunch from the skinned carcass, and cut some steaks from it, and then roll them in flour with some pepper and salt, dropping them into a hot sizzling skillet, I realized that he was either laying this one on really thick, or he was serious. He made some mighty fine biscuits from flour, baking soda and powder milk, and added a little water and extra fat and some flour to the residue in the skillet and made gravy from the drippings. Then he placed a couple of pieces onto his plate and began to chow down. "You sure you don't want to try some of this?" he asked as he swallowed. I have to admit that it smelled delicious, and after a long day I was mighty hungry. I said, "Well, it looks like you're a better cook than I thought, so sure, I'll have a piece." He said, "Help yourself, there's plenty there." And I did. I started with one small piece and lots of gravy with a couple of biscuits. I took my knife and sliced off a small bite. The meat was was as pale and tender as veal. And though a tad apprehensive, my first bite was not tough or stringy as I thought it might be, but so tender it seemed to actually melt in my mouth. One bite led to another, and one piece led to one more, and more again. I found myself enjoying this meal as much or better than any. Now before you ask, as you might be wondering to yourself, "So just what does Lynx taste like?" Well let me say this. It's been my experience that most animals have a flavor similar to whatever it is that they eat. And this is most discernible in especially carnivorous species. For example a fish eating duck, tastes a lot different than a plant eater. Now all ducks are omnivores (like us) but some like Merganser's have a diet that is primarily fish, where others like Mallards eat a lot of weeds, water plants and grasses, as well as mollusks, crustaceans, small fish and other critters. All animals are edible for us, but I don't particularly care for ducks that have a fishy taste, so I prefer Mallard to Merganser. Same thing with bears during the salmon run. They have a more fishy taste than when their diet consists more of plants and berries. However a Lynx is a pure carnivore, and about 90% of their diet consists of Snowshoe hares. Well I happen to like rabbit, and I found that Lynx tastes a lot like it. And if you've never eaten rabbit, most folks compare it to chicken.
  7. Stephan55

    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    Ten years. Been back up visiting and working, since but I don't count that the same as when I was living, really "living," there! When I first arrived in Alaska, it felt like I had finally come "home." AK is not for everyone (thank god), but I had some adventurous times there and a lot of really fond memories! Like Robert Service (when he left Dawson, Yukon Territory), I always thought I'd be coming back to Alaska to live out the rest of my days, but always ended up someplace else instead. Unlike Service, my cabin has not been maintained like a shrine, and unless somebodies been squatting in it, it's likely since fallen in and began that slow but but determined process of returning to the soil.
  8. Stephan55

    Nudist Camp Films

    Joel's "Piano Man" has been a favorite of mine ever since I first heard it back in '73! Billy Joel - Piano Man (Video)
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    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    I gotcha! In summer (when it's hot) generally only cook in the morning, or evening when it's relatively cool. Then I will generally prepare something quick and tasty. When I do cook a lot, I store portion sizes in the freezer for a quick and convenient microwave meal later. When I lived in Alaska I cooked and ate much more than in the lower '48. Also snacked a lot! The temps in my locales were generally cool to cold most of the time. And I spent a lot of time outdoors and burned a lot of calories. If I ate down here like I did up there I'd be gordo in no time.
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    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    I cook on the stove top, and microwave all the time, but generally do more baking in the winter when the oven can do double duty and warm the house with more than just delicious smells. Also generally keep something stewing in the crock-pot at all times then as well. So do you mostly just eat out during the summer?
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    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    Speedracer's thread From Off-Topics Thanks Lawrence!
  12. Stephan55

    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    Quick and Simple, AND Delicious too! is my motto. Meals that smell good, look good and taste good! (and of course are nutritionally good for us!) I guess if we have to settle for a single thread (instead of a Sub-genre of many threads), then Sepiatones title for this one is probably best!
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    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    I am sure that food has been discussed over there. (one poster in particular comes to mind) But I am thinking of more than just a single (perhaps pinned) thread, initiated by a single poster. I am thinking bigger. A place with (hopefullY) many diverse threads, where we can initiate any food related topic and run with it! Perhaps threads about regional variations of "traditional" favorites. Threads about ethnic variations. And threads about original recipes from any of us. Maybe Personalized family threads about how our tastes have evolved... Threads like this one that talk about food and cooking in movies or on TV, and how it affected us. I'm thinking of threads that make our mouths water and stimulate us to try new things and that share about the things that we have tried.... I don't know, maybe I'm ranting on and on because this thread made me hungry and I haven't eaten since breakfast.
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    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    I just had a thought. We all eat, and many of us probably still cook meals for ourselves and others... Wouldn't it be neat if somewhere on these boards we had a place designated to post some of our favorite recipes! ??? i don't know where it would be most appropriate to do so, maybe in the Genre Forums there could be a designated "Food" Genre? Could even make it more relevant by also discussing movies with food themes, etc. But open to any food related topic, including our family and traditional favorites! Sitting down and having a meal together has almost always had a harmonizing effect. Perhaps discussing our eating preferences would do the same? I know that I like to experiment in the kitchen, and it sounds like I am not alone here. (Although, perhaps in my self serving fashion, I may actually just be trying to rationalize ways of getting more delicious recipes from you folks)
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    CALLING ALL COOKS.......

    Thanks to this delicious thread tonight I will be having egg soup... All the recipes sound so simply good, that I have yet to decide on which variation I will try first, but my yummy tummy does insist that I do try them all, if not all at once.
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    8 1/2

    Thanks missw. I agree. Tiki clearified that herself as well. I think that those of us who responded to were confused because we weren't sure what it (nor she) meant by that. But it's all good, cause we all learned a little more as result, I think.
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    IF I WERE THE DEVIL by Paul Harvey 1965

    Oh I caught Harvey's drift JR, and no doubt the writing was clearly written on the wall back then, for those that chose to take the time to read it. However, where I personally differ with Harvey (and others) is in the labeling (and mislabeling) blame game. "Conservative," "Liberal," yada, yada. ... As I see it we are all both at different times, depending on the things that we feel are important to us. I for example consider myself to be a pretty "conservative" guy when it comes to conservation and preservation of essential and dwindling natural resources. But there are those who call persons such as myself (who believe in a sustainable future) "liberal tree-huggers" for that. However, I'm otherwise a pretty "liberal" live and let live guy, so long as others do not seek to impose their belief systems upon me (which oppose my own) by making them the "law of the land." There was a time when the Republican party was once the most "progressive" and "liberal" party in the country. It was the party of Lincoln, and eventually openly opposed slavery. It was also the party of Teddy Roosevelt and created the National Park system as it is (or was) most recognizable to my generation. While the Democrats (primarily southern Democrats) supported Jim Crow laws well into the mid 20th century (and some beyond). But today the Republican party wants to dismantle everything "good" that it once stood for, and at one time so staunchly supported... among those being preservation of the environment, and social equality... Republicans today can be mighty "liberal" when it serves them, and Democrats can be quite "conservative" when it is in their "best" interests as well. We are all two faced Janus's in that respect. As I see it, there really is no difference in the two political parties which dominant our government, they are two halves of the same very tarnished, and corrupt coin. People, being people (regardless of what "labels" we call them) have created all the social ills we see today. And our very dense (unrestrained) presence, combined with an ubiquitous self denial to "agree" to behave responsibly, is the reason why the planets resources (animal, plant, mineral, and water, et al) are in jeopardy... Leaving those "without," scrambling for a little more of what's left from those "with." But we probably disagree on all those points as well. And that would be the crux of the quagmire "we" have, and continue to, create for ourselves. The lack of recognition that "we" are "all" part of the problem/s that we face today... meaning that if "we" are to have any enviable future, "we" must "all" be part of the solution/s, by working together. Only united can we make the radical changes required to create a sustainable world for all of us. "Labeling," "Fear" and "Hate Mongering" and constantly seeking to find someone else to blame for "our" problems is divisive and counterproductive to what is necessary to save us. If there is a "devil" he resides in all of us. And if we are to make hope for a "better" future tangibly real, then "we" need to start listening to the "Angels of our better nature." What ultimately happens in "the rest of the story" has yet to be written... and for the time being is still open ended. But that is just my opinion.
  18. Had to do it.... Even though the below "comments" came from a topic in the GD forum, They do somehow seem inappropriately "appropriate" for this thread as well....
  19. Stephan55

    IF I WERE THE DEVIL by Paul Harvey 1965

    Some have called me a devil... but sadly I have always lacked the supernatural abilities that I imagine a "real" devil would possess. 😈
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    Grandmother at 26

    I remember hearing about a 5 year old mother when I was a kid. If memory serves, she was from a rural village in Peru, and being five, had no idea what was going on. I believe that the child was raised as if it was her sibling by the girls parents. EDIT Should have read the rest of the thread before posting as Ham's next post elucidated the entire scenario (with links to much more)... "...it is still unknown how 5-year-old Lina got pregnant... " Well, I think that it can be safely assumed that it was not an immaculate conception... Imagine, these are some of the most undeniably "obvious" historical cases of very young children that had been sexually molested because the rarity of precocious puberty made it self evident. Think of the countless others that remained (and remain) hidden, because of an inability to conceive. I was physically incapable of producing a child until my eleventh year. When I think back upon that (and DB's other thread, about a "36 yo woman and a 14yo"), if my "Baby Sitter" had been fooling around with me just a year later than she did, there existed the possibility that I could have been a biological father at that age...
  21. I know that I made a comment about this long ago, and you explained it to me then... But I still can't help but giggle a little (or at least chuckle to myself, or smile) whenever I read Sepiatone "Enhanced Member," especially if there is a post being made referencing porn.
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    8 1/2

    Belated response to All I have to say to that is "Rosebud!" "Asa Nisi Masa" Meaning https://everipedia.org/wiki/Asa_Nisi_Masa/ Although the phrase "Asa Nisi Masa" has no translation in any known language — and Fellini never publicly revealed the meaning of the phrase — it is generally thought that Fellini used an Italian children’s game, similar to Pig Latin, to create it. In the game the syllables "si" and "sa" are added to existing words to obscure them, which Fellini does with the word "anima": A-sa + Ni-si + Ma-sa. The word "anima" has dual significance in this context; not only is it the Italian word for "soul" but it is also a key concept in the work of the Swiss psychotherapist Carl Jung (of whom Fellini was fond), where "anima" is the term for the female aspect of the personality in men, a common Fellini theme. Like "Rosebud" in Orson Welles' Citizen Kane, or the madeleine in Marcel Proust's In Search of Lost Time, "Asa Nisi Masa" becomes a central plot point, a MacGuffin, as a gateway to crucial memories of the central character — even though it is itself peripheral to the central story. What are other interpretations of the phrase "Asa Nisi Masa" as it's used in Federico Fellini's 8 1/2? Or how do you personally interpret it? Christopher White, Italian film scholar and avid viewer of movies of all kinds, said the following: "Asa nisi masa" is a play off of the word "anima" ("soul" in Italian), the sort of thing children do to words in English with pig Latin. It serves as a trigger for ****'s memories. At the time the film was made Fellini was reading Carl Jung and regularly meeting with the Jungian psychoanalyst Dr. Ernst Bernhard. According to Jung, the anima represents the feminine aspects of a man's psyche and is part of his inner personality or the unconscious. Fellini references the anima because of its association with dreams, creativity and, most importantly, its influence on man's interactions with women. **** clearly has some issues there, and mention of the "anima" clues us in to the fact that we are about to get to know something about the protagonist's past and some of the experiences that helped make him who he is. There are some interesting autobiographical elements in the sequence, for example the allusion to Fellini's grandmother Franzscheina (the old woman with the black scarf wrapped around her head speaking to **** in unintelligible dialect). The memory ends with the little girl telling **** that it happens to be the special night in which saying the words "asa nisi masa" will make the eyes of the painting on the wall move. The sliver of light from under the door in the dark room and ****'s position on the bed hint at film projection and the art of cinema. It's an appropriate conclusion to the first in a series of memories that help **** get to the bottom of his creative and personal crisis." (NOTE: Have no idea why the Autocensor thinks that **** (the name of the main charactor in 8 1/2 ) deserves to be **** ???? So when reading the above just substitute G u i d o for the ****, geesh! ) In Jan. 2009, Taylor Shelton played an original song on YouTube entitled "Asa Nisi Masa" When questioned about the songs title he had this to say: "I first heard the phrase on Fellini's 8 1/2. I've never been incredibly familiar with what it means but I've always thought it sounded cool. I think it's got something to do with femininity in males. Something about "Anima." Asa Nisi Masa (Original Song) by Taylor Shelton (oh, and please do not try to "steal" it)
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    8 1/2

    Since it was a day of foreign (non english speaking) language movies, perhaps TLDW (Too Long, Didn't Watch) would be more appropriate. On second thought, since it was a day of foreign language movies (all captioned) perhaps your original acronym was the more appropriate, unless some variation of TLDW(or)R is acceptable? On a side-thought, a well made movie in any language is worth watching, and even without captions (or reading them) the characterizations, verbal tone, and action does pretty well at providing the gist of the movie. On a further side-thought, I remember during my H.S. days when a bunch of us would gather together in somebodies room and, while under the influence of some psychotropic enhancement, we'd turn the TV volume all the way down and be thoroughly entertained watching a movie (or whatever displayed itself upon the screen) without sound or captions... of course sometimes we'd inappropriately laugh hysterically while watching the most melodramatic scenes (as if we were all affected with PBA)... but we'd sometimes get just as giddy when tripping on people in public while high, so that type of behavior wasn't all that unusual for us during that period of our adolescent development. Anyway Tiki, the point (if there is a point to all this) might be, not to deny yourself the opportunity to enjoy a foreign language movie, even if you don't feel like reading the captions at that time. You just might find yourself being entertained.
  24. Depends... (on what is considered "politically correct" at the time) If it's a movie "comedy" depicting Twump being bullied by the "fake" media, and a "hostile" investigator's "witch hunt" and shows Twump being heroically vindicated at the end... well, a movie like that would meet instant approval with the way cleared for production and release before the end of this year! However, if it's a movie depicting an unintentionally comedic Twump as the unheroic, unrepentant, lying bully, who receives his comeuppance in the end.... Well that sort of "fakery" would be opposed with all the might that the powers that be can muster, and likely would not be allowed to be made, at least not in this country... and certainly not as long as the current administration maintains a stranglehold upon the highest office in the land. But that's just my opinion. On second thought, such a satiric vignette by an irreverently gutsy Trey Parker and Matt Stone might even be available for long distant viewing as we speak? But of course it wouldn't be allowed to publicly air in "the land of the free" (at this time).
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