oldirtybootz
oldirtybootz
5/25/20
11:59 PM
5

There’s a scene where a Commando Elite quips “What’s the matter, kid, don’t ya like NINE INCH NAILS” before shooting a bunch of roofing nails into Kevin Dunn’s leg.
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5/25/20
10:55 PM
10

A tangent: as good as ‘Toy Story’ is, I have another film in the “toys acting like people” genre that I love a lot more, and it’s called ‘Small Soldiers’. It kind of takes the Buzz Lightyear idea - a toy that takes itself seriously - and goes further with it. A toy company makes a line of action figure with AI chips Read more

5/25/20
9:53 PM
3

It was definitely the right idea to cut the bit where Woody calls Buzz a “beta-cuck” and rants at the other toys for being part of “the deep state agenda”.

5/25/20
8:16 PM
2

Crystal’s voice doesn’t begin to fit Buzz, and 25 years ago if Tim Taylor Allen had been given the option to choose what sort of toy he’d want to be, it’s Buzz. Read more

5/25/20
6:43 PM
8

Oh, great call on League Of Their Own. More drunken lout Tom Hanks, dammit!

5/25/20
5:30 PM
12

Which is funny because the role was initially pitched to Billy Crystal, who turned it down (and regretted so much he jumped at the chance when they came calling again for Monsters, Inc.). But considering how pitch-perfect Allen and Crystal are in their Pixar roles, one of those things that worked out best for everyone.

5/25/20
1:19 PM
66

Well argued, but everyone knows the greatest moment in Toy Story is the shark who wears Woody's hat and announces "I'm Woody! Howdy howdy howdy!".

5/25/20
1:17 PM
18

“The word I'm looking for I can't say because there are pre-school toys present" is very high on my list of favourite Pixar lines.

5/25/20
12:48 PM
18

I look forward to the tightly argued, capacious piece on why Mrs. Incredible is so hot.

5/25/20
8:27 AM
50

For his deeds, Sid is rewarded in a way. He becomes the only human alive to be aware that toys are alive. This knowledge terrifies him at first, but we can presume that over time, it gives him a greater appreciation of the wonders of the world around him. When we see Sid again in Toy Story 3, he seems very content Read more

5/21/20
8:19 PM
1

That is not a good beginner bike at all.if your dad is retirement age and never rode a motorcycle before.

5/21/20
2:01 PM
1

Depending on your state, your dad should definitely get his endorsement before heading out on the open roads. He should also look into a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) New Rider course. He might be able to get this as part of the sales agreement of a new bike if he bought from a participating HD dealer. Nobody Read more

5/21/20
12:22 PM
2

A woman in her sixties noticed the motorcycle magazine I was reading on a flight from Phoenix - she wanted to talk about her new motorcycle. It was the first bike she’d ever ridden, and I knew the answer even before I asked “What kind of bike?” The fact that she was kind of short made my correct guess easy - “A Harley Read more

5/21/20
11:58 AM
1

Same! I’ll ride any motorcycle with a smile on my face, but if I had to throw my own money in the bucket I’d love a vrod or a Sportster. Occasionally I’ve found myself looking at used Sportsters to compliment my Buell.

5/21/20
10:37 AM
3

Yeah, I had a salesperson straight up tell me not to buy one (too small of a tank, too few gears, etc etc). That's really about the size of Harley I'd like, actually. The Softtails and whatnot just wear me out to ride. 

4/24/15
9:33 AM
8

I believe they mask the boats magnetic signature while staying in port for an extended period of time.