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  1. Joe Bob, correct me if I'm wrong, got his start in the Pink Section of the SF Chronicle. At least that's the first time I knew of him, and that had to be 30 years ago or there abouts. Joe Bob Goes to the Drive In Movies. Everything was rated off of his all time favorite movie, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Rated in buckets of blood and breast. ie: 2.5 buckets and 3 breasts...Joe Bob says Check It Out!
  2. Pardon me if this is supposed to be a thread for newer flicks, but saw a few that were older. someone mentioned "The Lobster" which I thought was pretty groovey. Along those same lines, with a definite bend towards the sick and twisted, try 'CHEAP THRILLS" . Coupla years old at least, funny as shit with a good, fairly unknown cast. I'd give it 3.5 snags just for the twist factor.
  3. Maybe he's the only one that will continue to do her...have you seen Lindsay lately? Yeeesh!
  4. yep...just read it on MSNews as well. Not many details yet, but apparently some sort of heart failure. A shame, never one of my true faves, but a legend for sure.
  5. J T

    Joke

    So Freddie, who was a bit thick, got a new job that required him to have his own transportation. Freddie had never owned a car before, and went directly to the used car lot on Main Street, just down the block from his favorite diner. Freddie, who was a bit thick, didn't have much money but figured he could maybe spend about $500 for a car. At the used car lot on Main Street, right down from his favorite diner, he found a car that had a large $500 sign stuck in the windshield. So Freddie, who was a bit thick, asked the used car salesman how much for the car. The salesman says "Freddie,
  6. oh man...I hope you can finger it out soon Hobot. This is by far the best thread anywhere...not just SA, but ANYWHERE! Can't tell you how many I've downloaded and sent to friends, and they ask where I found such a pic. I always link them back to your thread. Fingers crossed.
  7. Nick G

    Bro - do i know you? I am only surly in defeat...

    1. J T

      J T

      Been a while.  Jim Taylor.  I'm only surly in facking Oklahoma.  Miss you guys.

      Cheers

       

    2. Nick G

      Nick G

      Jim! Long time. There must have been 10 race directors at the Frantic since you left. Just sailed there this weekend. 

      Hope all is well on Oakla-By-God! 

  8. Ha!! That is fackin brilliant. I used to know a guy looked just like you about 40 years ago. Before he got all surly and shit...
  9. J T

    what is it?

    Not many boats around with more miles through the water than Sweet Okole. Anyone know how many times she's been back and forth to Hawaii? Don't think she's missed too many years since winning the TP in '81.
  10. WSD was/is a Carl Schumacher design and as I recall was built, or at least finished out, in or around Alameda as well, although I may be mistaken. I do remember the owner was a youngish guy (in the early '80's) Jim Robinson in the Bay Area. Chris (buttface) Corlett campaigned the boat for him for a couple years and they did pretty well.
  11. Something has got to be up with the Swampfire for $6,500 than just some soft spots in the deck.
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