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Old 17 Jun 2006, 09:55 AM   #76
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Old 17 Jun 2006, 09:59 AM   #77
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either will do. burlap is too ichy!
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Old 17 Jun 2006, 10:28 AM   #78
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Edibles are just wrong, (under most circumstances, which in that case cherry isn't all that great).
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Old 17 Jun 2006, 10:42 AM   #79
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Just to play devils advocate, are movies being made to worse than previous years or is the movie going market aimed at the people interested in the types of movies being pushed by the studios in the summer season? Seems like everything being released is targeted to the children and the 25 and under crowd this summer.
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Old 17 Jun 2006, 10:44 AM   #80
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i might agree. lots of crap being pumped out these days.
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Old 17 Jun 2006, 11:16 AM   #81
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I don't feel that movies geared to children is all that bad as these movies can be interesting, if not good. I am amazed how "good films" that people have never bothered to watch though. Some people will not wach movies in black and white. Some will not watch old movies, whatever the standard for old is. I cannot believe the way some video stores are set up. The store owners don't seem to know what movies are anygood or are to scared to offer opinions. I am watching Rashomon tonight, I wonder how many people even heard of it. There are so many good movies out there that it never bothers me if you go while without anything new coming out worthwile as there always seems so much to catch up on. I am going to start a post on recomendations for past movies, I wonder what will come up!
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i need a new pack of fruit of the looms first!
funny thing is my son has been asking for those too. LOL
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A whole generation of people have grown up not knowing what mid-range is because of the compression of that frequency which occurs with CD audio. The sampling rate is insufficient at 48K, 98K is the minimum required to sample all the waveforms.

i think its not just the mp3,mostly it depends of your hardware,i used to have pioneer 600 mixer,now i got allen&heath xone92,and its sound-processor
beats standard pioneer,but as said,theres nothing like a pure analog sound of the vynil
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I am watching Rashomon tonight, I wonder how many people even heard of it.
Isn't that a muslim holidayjust kidding Akira Kurosawa right translates to "in the woods" i think? haven't seen it yet but enjoy his work. 30th or so on my netflix account.
I don't have a problem finding movies to rent online, it would be nice to see a good movie in the theater now and again. something with an original idea. At least when they remade Kurosawa's films into western it seemed appropriate and meaningful. Releasing a movie just to release a movie regardless of substance just seems sad for the industry.
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Old 17 Jun 2006, 11:23 PM   #85
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Rashomon, a muslim holiday. "I don't understand, I just don't understand". Hey, Floresdave, would it be appropriate to say , "My old lady and me were rashomon when we did it"?

SonicEmperor, MP3 tracks taken from CD recordings exacerbate the problems of CD, though it is true better equipment takes what paltry little is there, pretty soon I think all you would hear is the laser bouncing of the disc
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I seriously like the theaters. Now, like Star theaters suck.

But we have the Palladium theater nearby, which is like a sports car in terms of quality... they have leather seats, screens bigger than any available on the market, about 12-14 speaker surround, etc. And it's only like $9 a ticket.

Compare that to my 27" TV with 2 speakers
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too bad with all that, all you can see is g-rated movies
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Huh?

I can see anything upto PG-13.

So basically all I do watch is PG-13
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