Remorse? He's not native to Montana, he's a BS out of staters. Native Montanan knows that hunting is what gets us threw the winter and a lot of people are grateful for the fight to hunt and respect all the game!
How about "Fandango" 1984/85 with Judd Nelson, Suzy Amis and Sam Robards?
Shoot -- sorry Scott. Corrected that above.
Record Heaven will be opening at 10 (not at 11 as the article says).
Is there anyway to watch this film online? I am willing to endure a cost to do so?
Thanks Sean, you're right. I just fixed it.
So why is she wearing a ring on her left hand in this photo? Was she married when they met? Just curious, it's a good story.
That's Harry Dean Stanton playing Pong with Jeff Bridges in the clip, not Sam Waterston.
What a fantastic show. Probably the 6th or 7th show he has played in Missoula, but the first time he has played electric guitar. What a treat. Sound was great seats, were great, drinks were great. Wilma is a perfect venue for a great rock show. Bruce/Rudy's
iv always been a projectionist and always will . i cant image life not been one. even if it is with digital . i has been employed in the cinema and AV industry for all of his working life. iv held the position of Chief Projectionist for both the Odeon and UGC circuit, as well as projecting rushes at Pinewood and Shepperton Studios. to date i am working for myself @ http://www.proscreens.net . i will be ready when the cinema manager need to run 35mm or can not program the digital screens . not even sure it is legal not to have a projectionist to turn off the screens and the fans . A cinema projectionist has always been on hand to answer and help with problems within a cinema . even just to change a fuse for get the light working in a exit . i love my life as a projectionist thanks Neville Founder of proscreens and projectionist
I thought the concert was great and the new venue is beautiful. However I felt that the sound quality was not up to par. The sound was distorted in my opinion. Don't know if it was the new sound system not being dialed in or the room acoustics.......or my old ears for that matter ;). did anyone else experience this?
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Two hours sounds about right.
Thanks Vaneks and all the others involved in total fest - I loved the event and look forward to watching the final for the unseeable future.
You perfectly described an A&B show! Love this! And the experience of pushing the button is absoluting exhilarating!
Thank God ! It's my one cultural fix of the year.
(I live in Idaho and the word "culture" apparently has been excised from all dictionaries in this benighted state.)
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And, just a short drive to the north is Polson and the FLIC festival.
To the people who have a question about the black guy on the panel: He was not experiencing white privilege. He was experiencing black privilege in that he's the one who got to argue the mascot defense openly. Remember the line, "But then, one of the pro-mascot fellas started to defend their position, and everything derailed."
That was the black dude. He blindsided the show's intent by being the only one privileged enough to able to openly argue about the use of the mascot without being horrified by the fact that his ancestry destroyed indigenous culture. Because, it didn't. Or hell, I wouldn't put it past Jones to throw a curve ball at the activists. He's a really intelligent guy.
It's white privilege to be able to derail an open discussion with hysteria such as the case with O'Dell. It's white privilege to be able to claim that you were intimidated by a group of minorities because you had to answer for yourself (mere moments after saying you'd be glad to answer for yourself). It's white privilege to be able to threaten, intimidate or otherwise mock anyone who makes whites feel the slightest bit uncomfortable about being in control of everything. And, hey, no one is saying you didn't earn that privilege.
Race/Ethnic Makeup: The U.S. population includes 12 percent African Americans, 9 percent Hispanics, and 3 percent Asian/Pacific Islanders and other groups. Congress, however, is 87 percent white; 85 percent in the House and 96 percent in the Senate.
You've even got half the President. The good half, I might add. If I were to quote Bill O'Reilly I'd say, "...don't call it white privilege, call it a factor"
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