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post #16 of 51
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
Wilson Brother is from Kazakhstan? The only information available on his profile is that his shoe width is D.

oh, yeah..
post #17 of 51
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
he's not from california. i think he is just interested in cultural learnings of california for make benefit glorious nation of Kazakhstan

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post #18 of 51
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my girls father offered me to work in his company..she thinks that would be great for our future. I'm feeling like this is the wrong idea for me because my dream is so different..

I would suggest you read King of Torts by John Grisham. The main character there has the exact same dilemna you're facing - perhaps it'll help
post #19 of 51
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
Wilson Brother is from Kazakhstan? The only information available on his profile is that his shoe width is D.

That's all you need to really know somebody...works better than horoscopes
post #20 of 51
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Originally Posted by wilson brother
Hey guys-

my girls father offered me to work in his company..she thinks that would be great for our future. I'm feeling like this is the wrong idea for me because my dream is so different..

if I take this job it could be like a jail..I like her family but i'm afraid about my freedom

How can I say no to this offer without losing her..and the relationship with her father too? That guy doesn't care anything about California he's not even a warm guy after 3 whiskeys.



-Danny Wilson

What is your dream?

It has nothing to do with plastic, Paris Hilton and Borat I hope?
post #21 of 51
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Originally Posted by ninjapie
What is your dream?

It has nothing to do with plastic, Paris Hilton and Borat I hope?


Hi guys-

thanks for helping me in this time ..

if I told you before its my dream to live in California and do something great just like Brian Wilson or Bob Marley . Even if I have to play my bass on the boardwalk for hamburgers I prefer this to just a rich guys career that doesn't leave me with some good vibrations .

Well my girls father is a very serious guy and his factory makes equipement for recycling..my girl said since this helps the enviroment its helping people just like music I think she must be crazy for me to believe this.

I don't know what whiskey he's drinking.. but I don't want any of that stuff if it makes me such a boring guy..I think I'm starting to feel like that country music song "Take that job and shove it"..



-Danny Wilson
post #22 of 51
As a noted Mertonian once observed, freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose...
post #23 of 51
bob marley lived in california?!


hey, seriously:

i am beginning to feel sorry for your girlfriend. it seems she has to put up with your "california dreaming" merda del toro for way too long (at least longer than the time you joined this forum). its obvious she doesnt share your dream of playing a bass guitar on venice beach. you see it as your gf's dad forcing you to work in a boring job that will keep you forever down, while i think i am not alone in seeing it as your gf trying to help you out. well, at least for herself- its trying to give you two a more stable future. if you fail to see it in your partner's perspective, i do suggest that you spare her the trouble you might drag her into in the future.
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I am interested in seeing more from this series. Can anyone identify the typeface used? It is very 1950s.
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I am interested in seeing more from this series.

Can anyone identify the typeface used? It is very 1950s.

Kent,

More info here: http://commercial-archive.com/791e47...oringbook.html
post #27 of 51
I say, take the recycle job with your love interest's father, and retreat soooo deep into your california fantasy that the real world just melts away and no one can reach you; do not allow the abuses of reality to dampen your good vibrations. What could be more Wilsonian?
post #28 of 51
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
bob marley lived in california?!


hey, seriously:

i am beginning to feel sorry for your girlfriend. it seems she has to put up with your "california dreaming" merda del toro for way too long (at least longer than the time you joined this forum). its obvious she doesnt share your dream of playing a bass guitar on venice beach. you see it as your gf's dad forcing you to work in a boring job that will keep you forever down, while i think i am not alone in seeing it as your gf trying to help you out. well, at least for herself- its trying to give you two a more stable future. if you fail to see it in your partner's perspective, i do suggest that you spare her the trouble you might drag her into in the future.


Hey Acidicboy-

I'm starting to think you never had a dream because you have a problem with indigestion ..

but let me be serious too- it takes courage to follow your dream if you dont want to take it from me you can ask Steve B and Gary.


-Danny Wilson
post #29 of 51
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
But there's a twist in the plot when it's discovered too late that the Beach Boys are clandestinely working for an international ring of terrorists headed up by the Kim Jong Il character from Team America.

So even though Wilson Brother wins the surf-off and meets his idols, he gets swept up in the sinister undercurrent of international terrorism when the Beach Boys blackmail him into planting a bomb under Huntington pier set to detonate during a big surf contest.

The only way he can get out of it is to surf big Mavericks (huge, cold, and sharky) on an old, dinged-up, obsolete single-fin from the 70s with a broken nose. Can he do it?

The suspense is killing me!


You have a good imagination..maybe you could help me with my lyrics
post #30 of 51
First off, I want to congratulate wilsonbro on being the first poster I recall seeing use the smiley naturally and in context. Congrats!
Second, I want to mention, in case you are not aware of, the example of Ted Hawkins. Hawkins spent years busking on the Venice boardwalk, playing his guitar and singing for donations. Against the odds, he was "discovered" and got a recording contract, resulting in an amazing soul/blues album:










The fact that he was old by the time this happened, and that he died not too long afterwards, is neither here nor there.
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