I found out Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees passed away while I was on my fishing vacation so I'm just now posting this. Thanks, Mr. Gibb, for your voice & music.
Headin' out for the annual week-long walleye fishing trip on the Rainbow Flowage in Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin! 23rd year, maybe? 22. 24. Times goes by so quickly. Here's to us - Dave, Bruce, Dad, me, brother Jas and Uncle Fran, as well as those who are with us in Spirit. What does Canada have to do with Wisconsin? Nothing. But we all love, Gordo!
from Marlo at the Free State Film Festival in Kansas:
"Jeff, it (PASS THE SALT, PLEASE) went great!!! It was so perfect as it really broke the ice for the weighty film it screened with (Compliance). Must tell you the director of the Charles Bradley documentary, Poull Brien, really loved it and the crowd was in stitches. Thanks for sharing it with us in Lawrence, KS. What are you working on next?"
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PASS THE SALT, PLEASE, screens at the 1st annual Free State Film Festival in Kansas this evening at 7:30, prior to the feature-length screening of COMPLIANCE, the controversial film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Info here.
The first time I saw Monty Python's The Meaning of Life I was in high school. Saw it at a drive-in. This scene - which is a continuation of another scene - is my favorite in the flick. If you are a virtuous person, watch the entire clip. If you are not, watch from the 1:30 mark. This one's for Jay.
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