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  1. nice, mine’s a bit older, and i don’t have a great pic, but this is me bringing it home from the dyno tuner. makes enough power to get in trouble: -dobbs
  2. good stuff, though cockfighter is a bit tedious, haven’t seen 92 or dillinger, may have to check those out. and warren oates is an acting god, his work in two lane blacktop is brilliant, “if i’m not grounded pretty soon, i’m gonna go into orbit” -dobbs
  3. yesterday’s delivery: -dobbs
  4. by far my favorite: -dobbs
  5. i have seen crystals on the surface of some nc cigars, but i don’t believe it was plume. this was before i was able to keep my humidor consistent, and the crystals went away when the rh went back to “normal”. if i remember correctly, the rh was a bit too low. it may have also been reflective dust, not sure. for what it’s worth, i don’t think plume exists as a sign of good aging. -dobbs
  6. the carducci is the most compelling bike there, but i’d rather have old, rare bikes like an nr750. here are a couple of mine (the tdr needs a rebuild though): -dobbs
  7. hell yeah! one of my motorcycle heroes, saw him wheelie the corkscrew at laguna seca before traction control. -dobbs
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    Pulp Fiction...

    true romance was written by tarantino. influential guy, for sure, but then he gives us two kill bills. that should have been one good movie rather than two overly-violent, mediocre ones. only an opinion of course. -dobbs
  9. psd4, from our host, now need patience... -dobbs
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    Pulp Fiction...

    i agree, absolute game-changer, particularly in my lifetime. there are a bunch of landmark movies which are crap (it is a business after all), but pulp fiction is solid. i remember watching it before it had wide release and you had to see it in “indie” theaters, and i distinctly remember people walking out during the rape scene and the overdose scene. this film mainstreamed some pretty graphic stuff, for the better and worse. there are far better movies out there, and more influential ones too, but few brought those two elements together like pulp fiction. -dobbs
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    best movie trilogies

    my head says the godfather, but my heart says the “man with no name” trillogy (or “clint’s dollars trillogy). the first two are italian western recreations of japanese samurai movies which were inspired by john ford westerns (!!!), and the third is absolutely brilliant despite a tedious line about a bridge. -dobbs edited to add: voted for the dollars trillogy
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    Cut to the chase....

    1) PLPC 2) PSD4 -dobbs
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    Same Box Code

    it’s probably lighting, but the left one looks less oily, so i picked the one on the right. that said, i like light shade wrappers on HDM, so if they had the same sheen, i would have picked the one on the left. -dobbs

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