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Eldon Tyrell

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  1. Probably not. There are a lot of ST fans out there, including at the BBC. The iplayer's volume control goes to 11.
  2. "The film will be released in 2024 on the 1984 original’s 40th anniversary." They missed the 10th, 20th, 25th and 30th anniversaries and may not expect to be all around for the 50th anniversary! From the same Guardian article: "Earlier this month saw the fictional band’s drummer Ric Parnell, who later toured with them in real life, die at the age of 70. “Nobody hit the drums harder than Ric,” McKean wrote on a GoFundMe page to help pay expenses associated with his death."
  3. Just saw this article https://www.theguardian.com/film/2022/may/12/this-is-spinal-tap-sequel "Spinal Tap II will see Rob Reiner return as both film-maker on and off the screen along with Michael McKean, Harry Shearer and Christopher Guest. The film will be released in 2024 on the 1984 original’s 40th anniversary." My response to the announcement is a bit lukewarm. Great to see them back in action but I am also a bit concerned that it won't be as good as the original. Let's see.
  4. Well, it all depends on what kind of tent you are living in. Is it more like the one on the left or more like the one on the right?
  5. This was one of several so-called "Quota Quickies". Back in the day, "the Quota Quickies were shown in cinemas before the main feature because of a law which meant that cinemas had to show a British film for every American film." https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/arts/tellysavalas.shtml Telly Savalas also narrated short films for Portsmouth and Aberdeen. BTW, he did his voice over from a studio in London, so, surprise, surprise, did not actually visit any of the cities he raved about.
  6. Well, if the event was not "as bad as expected" and the "highlight was undoubtedly the lamb curry & rice", am I right in assuming that the event was then rather *censored* ? (please feel free to replace *censored* with a four letter word, maybe starting with "c" or "s" and yes, I kept it purposely vague so fellow BCers can impress us with some witty jokes ;- )
  7. Reminds me of the St Vincent bass that EBMM apparently wanted to make (I remember watching a short video with Annie Clark and Sterling Ball and Sterling said that they wanted to release the St Vincent bass) but never did.
  8. Their necks are normally a bit wider (except for the Sterling, the SLO neck and the JD) and it is more the shape of the neck and the feel that I like.
  9. Thanks for sharing. Really enjoyed the trip to 79. Speaking of 79, here is another short film from that same year. It also features an artist (actor in this case), some music (late disco) and cool dancing (over 40s this time though). Sorry for slightly hijacking this thread but I just could not resist. Enjoy! 😎
  10. No prob, here you go 🙂 https://shop.music-man.com/ernie-ball-music-man-joe-dart-ii.html
  11. Finally in the rock and roll hall of fame 😎
  12. Here is the lowendlobster's unboxing and first impressions video. Quite funny. Yes, the complex controls seem to be very difficult to master indeed 😉
  13. The new Pro II has a “Super Natural” Satin Urethane neck finish. The Pro I had a similar finish, both very nice but I found the 63 style necks a bit chunky for my taste.
  14. For me, it has to be transparent red like on this beauty here:
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