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offline mermaidman on 2022-12-02 11:19 [#02622878]
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offline mermaidman on 2022-12-02 11:24 [#02622880]
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can you backflip just as you jizzing?? cool self bukkake mid


offline mermaidman on 2022-12-02 12:42 [#02622886]
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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-12-02 12:46 [#02622887]
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I'm too old.

My wheels are shot.


a young man's game.


there's drugs now.

Kids are playing

on coke, speed.

When I was younger,

it was booze.

Somehow it was

more human.

Booze, huh?

Booze. Yeah.

Wine. It goes back

to the Bible.

The Bible never mentions



offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-12-02 12:46 [#02622888]
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i've yet to get an answer as to why tom waits.


online belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2022-12-02 12:49 [#02622889]
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is that bukowski? reads like it


offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-12-02 12:54 [#02622891]
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offline mermaidman on 2022-12-02 13:05 [#02622894]
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tom waits has nothing to do with this thread


online belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2022-12-02 14:39 [#02622900]
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ohh colour of money, right. never seen it

bandcamp is just a reliable host with a small url i can give
out without shame and without having to fuck around with
sendspace vs mega etc. pretty sure i will never make
anything close to a living from music, and i get that
bandscramp can be a circle jerk at times, but on balance i
kinda like it, soz


online belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2022-12-02 14:41 [#02622901]
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damn that should be in the other thread, i'm conflating


offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-12-02 16:19 [#02622902]
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i'll paste it over there and reply there meanwhile reply to
this thread here for not that thing aforementioned


offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-12-02 16:20 [#02622903]
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One thing to love about him is that he loves being “Tom
Cruise.” He enjoys showing us his work — the clenching,
the air-punching, the running, the running, the running.
Basically, he lives for that maximal state of personality
engorgement otherwise known as … him.

Cruise seems to know his specialty is on the endangered
species list, that the real stars now are intellectual
property — remakes and reboots and cinematic installment
plans. Thor, not Chris Hemsworth. Spider-Man as opposed to
Tom Holland or Andrew Garfield or Tobey Maguire. All those
Batmen. It’s possible to behold the stars flying around
Avengers offshoots and League of Justice slogs and get a
certain astral kick. But those aren’t constellations.
They’re salads.


offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-12-02 16:22 [#02622904]
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In 1986, there was more than “Top Gun” to Cruise.
Five months later, he was back, in “The Color of Money.”
It wasn’t really Cruise’s film. It was Paul Newman’s,
itself a sequel to his pool hall melodrama, “The
Hustler,” 25 years later. Here, the washed up maverick is
Newman, educating Cruise in comportment, honing his skill at
the pool table and showing him how to exploit all of that

Newman was 61, which is nothing like Cruise’s
extraterrestrial 60. He’s gray, with wrinkles and some
creaks. There’s history in those creases: reserves of
sadness, loss, disappointment, shame, hurt, loneliness,
eased along by cigarettes and booze. For a veteran star,
these are virtues. Currency. And the movie compels you to
appreciate the accrual of time — the decades he’s lived,
the decades we’ve lived alongside a version of him. How
much had he changed? How much had we?

“The Color of Money” is the opposite of that first
“Top Gun.” It’s a showcase in allure instead of
machismo. It’s also a Martin Scorsese movie (that Richard
Price wrote), so the camera Tarzans here and there. But
Scorsese knows what he’s got in Newman: meaning. His
greatest trick is the amount of time Newman’s face spends
behind a pair of shades. Those glittering blue eyes of his
seem incongruous with the shabbiness and blight of the
movie’s high-risk, low-rent pool hall scene. So Scorsese
treats them like two jewels in a vault. And we get to
remember what the rest of Newman can do, with stillness and
pauses, exasperation, rue and delight.

It’s not as if Scorsese doesn’t know what he’s got in
Cruise: bombs bursting in air. Whenever it can, the movie
watches Newman watching Cruise, taking him in, absorbing his
vulgarity, his volume, his volatility. “Child care,” he
growls. But he senses the inevitable, too. “You’re gonna
be one of the greats, kiddo,” he tells Cruise, clutching a
predictive wad of $100 bills.

i read this and thought: "and it's a scorsese film" and yeah
that w


offline mermaidman on 2022-12-04 08:00 [#02622950]
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epic made my thread his bitch!


offline mermaidman on 2022-12-04 13:47 [#02622956]
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my thread got epichandled!


offline mermaidman on 2022-12-04 13:48 [#02622957]
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is there no god?!


offline dariusgriffin from cool on 2022-12-04 16:23 [#02622958]
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are all i can remember
after all that we've been through
forever in my heaaart


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