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Kubrick's Odyssey & The Brotherhood of Saturn
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kelpzoidzl
2011-09-25 10:55:05 UTC
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Red Ice Radio - Jay Weidner - Kubrick's Odyssey & The Brotherhood of
Saturn



Jay Weidner-"Secrets Hidden in the films of Stanley Kubrick".



1 of 5 - Kubrick's Odyssey


MickeyMoop
2011-09-30 14:27:33 UTC
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Spanning the globe to bring you chefs of the future hamanahamanah, GEN COME FORTH http://www.aperfectfool.com/2009/01/16/fruits-nuts-first-fruits.aspx
MickeyMoop
2011-09-30 16:04:53 UTC
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bloody 'ell, we try to bring fine moral rebuttals to Weidner on this here showboat...hmmmphf it's always sunny in Mancini's cryptobolshitiles-treaded Philadelphia http://www.aperfectfool.com/2009/01/16/fruits--nuts-first-fruits.aspx Vampyres and Mason and Mrs. Torrance, o mio.
Don Stockbauer
2011-10-01 19:44:48 UTC
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bloody 'ell, we try to bring fine moral rebuttals to Weidner on this here showboat...hmmmphf it's always sunny in Mancini's cryptobolshitiles-treaded Philadelphiahttp://www.aperfectfool.com/2009/01/16/fruits--nuts-first-fruits.aspx  Vampyres and Mason and Mrs. Torrance, o mio.
Come on baby you're a slow float,

You're a good looking river boat.
MickeyMoop
2011-10-02 22:08:30 UTC
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http://www.robinfusco.com what you would have seen if Mrs. Schultz hadn't been taken sick like she was....
Don Stockbauer
2011-10-03 00:26:11 UTC
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http://www.robinfusco.com what you would have seen if Mrs. Schultz hadn't been taken sick like she was....
I would have seen a healthy Mrs. Schultz.
MickeyMoop
2011-10-03 17:45:56 UTC
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Come and see the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming 56 million years ago. Terranova this.
kelpzoidzl
2011-10-03 22:51:26 UTC
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Come and see the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming 56 million years ago. Terranova this.
Been there down that. Maybe Don can move the Bison down to his place
before the whole thing blows.
Don Stockbauer
2011-10-04 03:46:08 UTC
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Come and see the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming 56 million years ago. Terranova this.
Been there down that.  Maybe Don can move the Bison down to his place
before the whole thing blows.
I'm shaking my finger at them like Uncle Martian.
MickeyMoop
2011-10-04 19:09:20 UTC
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How far did Trumbull's Raiders get again with their Saturn model? Shall we go to the video thread or am I missing something from Jerome Agel, missing I must since the bloody book is out of print, yes? Nyet? Walston played a very South Pacifican Luther Billis. Lots of happy talk here, no little port, little port, plug in, plugin wareverydayitsagettingbetter you are^>>+
MickeyMoop
2011-10-21 14:42:47 UTC
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http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/dnaifo/hotel-chelsea-renovations-prompt-health-probe
MickeyMoop
2011-12-30 18:26:02 UTC
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Your basic CronyCrapitalist Running Dog's Leg On People's Comminauts are unable to put Hanjives on Mars before 2040. http://www.asianscientist.com/features/chinas-space-mission-moon-mars
MickeyMoop
2012-02-03 23:16:02 UTC
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I would have you see this fine euro-german-earthpersonfella doing healthy journalistic work http://www.benno-muchler.com
kelpzoidzl
2012-02-05 08:22:46 UTC
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I would have you see this fine euro-german-earthpersonfella doing healthy journalistic workhttp://www.benno-muchler.com
Healthy Work, dangerous work, by the looks of it, with disparate foci
and feci, but altogether healthy. ...He's a really normal, nice sort
of guy...
MickeyMoop
2012-02-06 14:42:53 UTC
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"Pavonis Mons," slowly I turn, meteor by meteor, http://www.cultcase.com/2011/09/sunrise-view-of-tycho-craters the Importance of Being Normal
MickeyMoop
2012-05-24 13:36:18 UTC
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http://www.benno-muchler.com
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Healthy Work, dangerous work, by the looks of it, with disparate foci
and feci, but altogether healthy. ...He's a really normal, nice sort
of guy...
http://www.bodhitree.com walk the walk into Verdun with a metal detector; unsound methods of DNA propagation...
MickeyMoop
2012-05-26 13:30:14 UTC
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http://www.benno-muchler.com
brotherJacksoncomeforthweneedyouwatsonjackson
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http://www.bodhitree.com
Anthony Tommasini, NY Times, concludes: "Even better is a documentary by Bruno Monsaingeon, 'Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau: Autumn Journey,' with archival and up-to-date footage of a master at work in his many trades.

"Besides making music, he wrote about it: insightful, accessible books about the lives and music of great composers, including Schubert and Schumann. He was a widely exhibited painter, too, known especially for his portraits.

"Of the many tributes he received over the decades, perhaps none was more heartfelt than that of the British music critic John Amis:

'Providence gives to some singers a beautiful voice, to some musical artistry, to some (let us face it) neither, but to Fischer-Dieskau Providence has given both. The result is a miracle, and that is just about all there is to be said about it. Having used a few superlatives and described the program, there is nothing else to do but write "finis," go home, and thank one's stars for having had the good luck to be present.' " - Anthony Tommasini.
Don Stockbauer
2012-06-01 08:36:13 UTC
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brotherJacksoncomeforthweneedyouwatsonjackson
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   http://www.bodhitree.com
    Anthony Tommasini, NY Times, concludes: "Even better is a documentary by Bruno Monsaingeon, 'Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau: Autumn Journey,' with archival and up-to-date footage of a master at work in his many trades.
    "Besides making music, he wrote about it: insightful, accessible books about the lives and music of great composers, including Schubert and Schumann. He was a widely exhibited painter, too, known especially for his portraits.
        'Providence gives to some singers a beautiful voice, to some musical artistry, to some (let us face it) neither, but to Fischer-Dieskau Providence has given both. The result is a miracle, and that is just about all there is to be said about it. Having used a few superlatives and described the program, there is nothing else to do but write "finis," go home, and thank one's stars for having had the good luck to be present.' "  - Anthony Tommasini.
"Mommy, why is kitty lying so still after my medical experiment on
her?"
MickeyMoop
2012-06-02 14:04:29 UTC
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On Friday, June 1, 2012 4:36:13 AM UTC-4, Don Stockbauer tetraflops alll over the Flame {stop swinging the bat, give me the bat, Donniiiieeee)Wars of Persian Cats
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brotherJacksoncomeforth
"Mommy, why is kitty lying so still after my medical experiment on
her?"
http://www.chelseahotelblog.com Salute, Ed Hamilton, you ole' Chelseaian on loan
d***@hotmail.com
2012-06-03 11:35:54 UTC
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hotels are bad for you.
MickeyMoop
2012-06-04 14:42:14 UTC
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hotels are bad for you.
The Academy of Jundi-Shapur was even worse, apparently.
d***@hotmail.com
2012-06-05 09:34:08 UTC
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Yah it really bites the big one.
MickeyMoop
2012-06-09 14:20:09 UTC
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Yah it really bites the big one.
"We begin in ancient times, with a Dawn of Man sequence involving a giant alien and a Thermos of the Gods that serves as the monolith did in '2001.' ... . ..David the robot (who is less like Dave Bowman than HAL 9000, with shades of Jude Law in 'A.I.') is the only one who gets a little time to show us who he is, {who apparently went to the same language school as C-3PO and has a fixation on LAWRENCE OF ARABIA.}" - kyle smith, NY POST, "You will race to see this space odyssey" June 8, 2012 ***1/2 stars, "Best-space scenario" PULSE, page 35, copyright all Murdochs all summer long, "Ridley Scott boldly goes where filmmakers have gone before, but his sci-fi adventure is still...OUT OF THIS WORLD" Mojitoliths. the Gen abides. http://www.espaciosamihayek.com
d***@hotmail.com
2012-06-11 08:18:58 UTC
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wutz a "movie"?
d***@hotmail.com
2012-06-11 08:19:25 UTC
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wutz a "movie"?
MickeyMoop
2012-06-12 14:09:53 UTC
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wutz a "movie"?
Well now, "Lawrence of Arabia," "The Human Comedy," "The King and I," "Henry V" {both versions}, Ray Bradbury and John HUSTON, the men who would be Ancient Mariners, present "Moby-Dick," "Roxie Hart," "All Quiet on the Western Front," "and" whatever the Fuck was playing at the Loew's Paradise, 'heaven we're in heaven humhum'humhigen
d***@hotmail.com
2012-06-14 09:46:48 UTC
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i feel love donna summer
kelpzoidzl
2017-10-28 19:14:49 UTC
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Fell asleep last night with Youtube playing on my TV......woke up this morning with a Jay Weidner 2001 Saturn interview playing. It made lots of sense when half asleep. I noticed his voice sounded so familiar....took a while to realize, his voice is incredibly close to old Tim Leary.
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