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post #16 of 58
....and at the behest of my self I'm going to say "Zing"!
post #17 of 58
And at the behest of common sense, I'm going to ask how the hell they got a horse's chopped off head into a bed without the director realizing it?
post #18 of 58
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Whoa.
That's some serious cross-poasting, there ClassyGuy1

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Google is amazing.
I was interested to see if there was a discussion somewhere regarding Mr. Brasi.

edit: At the behest of my son-in-law, a Microsoft employee (er "partner") I am supposed to say "Bing".

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At the behest of myself, for copying-and-pasting my B&B post, you're an asshole.

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....and at the behest of my self I'm going to say "Zing"!

So, apparently, I'm justified in thinking that he's a jerk for doing that "copy-and-paste" job of my other thread.
post #19 of 58
For the record, and I already PM'ed this guy a response to the above post, I like Rube and the only reason I chimed in was because it rhymed.
post #20 of 58
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For the record, and I already PM'ed this guy a response to the above post, I like Rube and the only reason I chimed in was because it rhymed.

Well, shit, this sucks. I actually thought I had someone on my side there for a second. So, I guess I stand corrected. I guess it's true what they say about this site....the "Style Forum Veterans" all stick together and usually give the cold shoulder to anyone on here that's new, because "newbies" aren't as fashion-savvy and they don't know anything about style, so "as far as we're concerned, they're not exactly welcome in our clique".
post #21 of 58
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yes this was the reason why Luca was killed.

i thought they killed sonny because he publicly beat the crap out of the husband of his sister and the husband was part of one of the gangs against them. no? i got to watch it again.

You've got this entirely backwards. Connie's husband, Carlo, beat up Connie so that Sonny would come out of hiding and come after him. The plan worked and that's when Sonny was killed. Carlo later revealed this to Michael, who in turn had Carlo killed in the car (remember the scene where he's strangled in the car and he puts his foot through the windshield).
post #22 of 58
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Well, shit, this sucks. I actually thought I had someone on my side there for a second. So, I guess I stand corrected. I guess it's true what they say about this site....the "Style Forum Veterans" all stick together and usually give the cold shoulder to anyone on here that's new, because "newbies" aren't as fashion-savvy and they don't know anything about style, so "as far as we're concerned, they're not exactly welcome in our clique".
Right, that's it, you've been so wronged here. Sheesh.
post #23 of 58
So is this time to go to the mattresses? If Rube gets whacked I'm pointing fingers!
post #24 of 58
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You've got this entirely backwards. Connie's husband, Carlo, beat up Connie so that Sonny would come out of hiding and come after him. The plan worked and that's when Sonny was killed. Carlo later revealed this to Michael, who in turn had Carlo killed in the car (remember the scene where he's strangled in the car and he puts his foot through the windshield).

in the book, they even described how Carlo crapped his pants whilst being strangled.
post #25 of 58
The novel implies that Woltz's employees at his mansion were either threatened or paid off by Corleone henchmen.

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And at the behest of common sense, I'm going to ask how the hell they got a horse's chopped off head into a bed without the director realizing it?
post #26 of 58
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The novel implies that Woltz's employees at his mansion were either threatened or paid off by Corleone henchmen.

I had once heard that Woltz's mansion was the historic Rockefeller estate, Pocantico. Anybody know if this true?
post #27 of 58
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Right, that's it, you've been so wronged here. Sheesh.

Didn't we have a classy guy who lasted 5 posts? Or was it classy freddy?
post #28 of 58
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I had once heard that Woltz's mansion was the historic Rockefeller estate, Pocantico. Anybody know if this true?

Close. It actually belonged to William Randolph Hearst.
post #29 of 58
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Well, shit, this sucks. I actually thought I had someone on my side there for a second. So, I guess I stand corrected. I guess it's true what they say about this site....the "Style Forum Veterans" all stick together and usually give the cold shoulder to anyone on here that's new, because "newbies" aren't as fashion-savvy and they don't know anything about style, so "as far as we're concerned, they're not exactly welcome in our clique".

Am I the only one who doesn't understand what the big deal here is? If the OP is this easily riled up I wouldn't recommend venturing into the CE forum.
post #30 of 58
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...you're an asshole.

I think that was pretty firmly established quite some time ago.
Are you familiar with my ex-wife?
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