Friday, October 04, 2013

ATF : Running Late

Shit the bed...  just getting home... 20 minutes to show time.  damn.

Nuthin' fancy tonight.

A: Bookers
T: Kentucky Twist
F: Ruger 10/22, Savage 99, and a couple 1911s...  for now

Link for the show!


22 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's a Kentucky Twist?

toothy

Partisan Arms said...

A: Double Agent IPL Sam Adams

T: Brickhouse

F: Remington 870

Raggededge said...

A: Basil Hayden's

T: Marlboro

F: Taurus PT1911

Luke said...

A: Yuengling lager
T: Rocky Patel
F: PT-1911, Rock River LAR-8

Nate said...

Toothy... imagine a few leaves of tobacco just twisted up together.... and you cut a plug off it and stick in your mouth like dip.

its like copenhagen... for men.

Giraffe said...

Feds are closing waterfowl production areas to hunting due to govt shutdown.

Raggededge said...

Look at the bright side, they'll probably furlough the game warden too.

Giraffe said...

Sure now they are on vacation and assured of back pay.

Outlaw X said...

Funniest Movies. Top 4

Space Balls
Holy Grail
Blazing Saddles
Life of Brian

Favorite Movies Top 4

Enemy at the Gates (Best movie ever)
The Passion - (Mel Gibson)
Enemy of the State
The Devils own

Outlaw X said...

Two more Nate.

Constantine
Prophecy (The first one)

Outlaw X said...

Vidad

Fawlty towers only made 13 shows, that was the funniest British comedy ever produced. Manwell!

John Cleese plays the perfect neurotic hotel owner, my favorite was the rat (Hotel inspector). I also like the one when the moose fell on his head.

here you go Nate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8spJd-bMaA

Luke said...

Intersting anecdote about Faulty Towers- apparently it was based on a real hotel/hotel manager: Donald Sinclair, an eccentric and abrasive hotelier whom John Cleese had encountered during a stay in his hotel while working on Monty Python's Flying Circus. Sinclair's widow contacted the papers to complain about the depiction of the character based on her husband, claiming that Cleese had unfairly exaggerated his incompetence, eccentricity and foul temper. Far from salvaging her husband's reputation, however, all the media attention did was provoke hundreds of people to also contact the papers with their memories of the late Mr. Sinclair, suggesting that if anything, Cleese had actually been too kind in his portrayal. The widow stopped complaining.

Huckleberry said...

Dumb and Dumber?

Yikes.

rycamor said...

Wow, I've finally come across another human who's read Pantagruel and Gargantua.

rycamor said...

Six has this odd fascination with The Life Aquatic. Something about postmodern humor and incongruous juxtapositions that don't have to make any sense. The man has certain warped sensibilities that I can only hope will gradually true out with age and... uh... additional children.

Nate, I agree with most of your movie choices. But have you never seen "The Gods must be Crazy"? Also, there is a little-known horror comedy flick out there called "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil" that is a must-see.

Giraffe said...

I love Quigley Down Under. I know it's corny and all about the vibrancy. One man and a rifle....

WaterBoy said...

For Vidad: French grilled ham & cheese = croque monsieur

For conspiracy theorists: who's running things around here

Eric Wilson said...

Two funniest movies:

The Jerk
Anchorman

bonus picks:

Dumb and Dumber
Tommy Boy
Holy Grail

Eric Wilson said...

Meaning of Life. Was that a movie or an SNL episode gone horribly wrong.

Eric Wilson said...

Calvin and Hobbes IS the greatest. Hands down.

Eric Wilson said...

Casablanca is the best movie ever though. Can't believe that didn't get brought up.

cheddarman said...

most under appreciated movie in a while: last of the mohicans with Daniel Day Lewis . I think writers who updated the story line were channeling Nate, especially when they wrote Hawkeye's lines

most under appreciated tobacco: Red Man chew- I loved that stuff in basic training