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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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JennyB wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 9:16am
Silent Majority wrote:
01 Jul 2021, 9:17am
I sailed past my 17,000th post. Let's never lose this board, there'll be no evidence I ever lived.
It's like the IMCT version of crossing the Brimley/Cocoon line. (For those unfamiliar https://brimleyline.date/)
I'll cross the Brimley/Cocoon line on October 9th, 2027. It's a milestone that I didn't know I had to look forward to until today!!
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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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WestwayKid wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 9:56am
JennyB wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 9:16am
Silent Majority wrote:
01 Jul 2021, 9:17am
I sailed past my 17,000th post. Let's never lose this board, there'll be no evidence I ever lived.
It's like the IMCT version of crossing the Brimley/Cocoon line. (For those unfamiliar https://brimleyline.date/)
I'll cross the Brimley/Cocoon line on October 9th, 2027. It's a milestone that I didn't know I had to look forward to until today!!
I'm here to serve.

I cross on April 30, 2022!
Got a Rake? Sure!

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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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JennyB wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 10:04am
WestwayKid wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 9:56am
JennyB wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 9:16am
Silent Majority wrote:
01 Jul 2021, 9:17am
I sailed past my 17,000th post. Let's never lose this board, there'll be no evidence I ever lived.
It's like the IMCT version of crossing the Brimley/Cocoon line. (For those unfamiliar https://brimleyline.date/)
I'll cross the Brimley/Cocoon line on October 9th, 2027. It's a milestone that I didn't know I had to look forward to until today!!
I'm here to serve.

I cross on April 30, 2022!
I crossed nearly 4 years ago. I swear that guy was born old. Came out of the womb with gray hair, walrus mustache a big gut and cranky as fuck, he never smiled nor laughed in his whole life. Seriously he looked 70 when he made Cocoon.

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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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revbob wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 10:17am
JennyB wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 10:04am
WestwayKid wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 9:56am
JennyB wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 9:16am
Silent Majority wrote:
01 Jul 2021, 9:17am
I sailed past my 17,000th post. Let's never lose this board, there'll be no evidence I ever lived.
It's like the IMCT version of crossing the Brimley/Cocoon line. (For those unfamiliar https://brimleyline.date/)
I'll cross the Brimley/Cocoon line on October 9th, 2027. It's a milestone that I didn't know I had to look forward to until today!!
I'm here to serve.

I cross on April 30, 2022!
I crossed nearly 4 years ago. I swear that guy was born old. Came out of the womb with gray hair, walrus mustache a big gut and cranky as fuck, he never smiled nor laughed in his whole life. Seriously he looked 70 when he made Cocoon.
DIABEETUS
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Ahh, all you young whippersnappers are making me feel ancient, since I crossed way back when on March 31, 2013!
Sittin' at home, and I'm so excited
Goin' to the party though we weren't invited

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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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Surely it should be from the day his scenes wrapped on set?
Wave bye bye to the boss
It's our profit, it's his loss


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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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Silent Majority wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 12:19pm
Surely it should be from the day his scenes wrapped on set?
We don't make the rules, James.
Got a Rake? Sure!

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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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JennyB wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 1:33pm
Silent Majority wrote:
02 Jul 2021, 12:19pm
Surely it should be from the day his scenes wrapped on set?
We don't make the rules, James.
No, we're just prelonging the glorious day I cross that line.
Wave bye bye to the boss
It's our profit, it's his loss


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It’s wild that I post here maybe a few times a week now and I’m still at like 54k. Damn.
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I'm still shocked (in a good way) that this place exists. There are many internet message boards. Many have died a slow death over the past decade. I still can't remember how I found this group, but I'm thankful that I did. I've had a rough week (darn you, anxiety), but I always know I can roll in here and find a discussion to not just distract me, but to cheer me up. It's like the internet version of Cheers where everyone knows your name (or at least your IMCT user name). It's more than that, though. It's a place where we hold a wake for a fallen comrade across time zones. It's a place where we have honest discussions about all sorts of things (even sometimes the Clash... though I can't remember the last time I posted something about the band). It's the kind of place where if you're passing through you will actually try and meet up in person (still bummed I couldn't get together with Spiff when we were in the Twin Cities a few weeks ago). That said, if anyone finds themselves in Milwaukee, look me up! I've tried to describe this group to my partner (I've actually been a member longer than I've been with her) and I think she gets it... that I'm actually friends with these people I met online (Rev: I'm having yet another beer). Anyway, here's to all of ya!
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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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WestwayKid wrote:
17 Aug 2021, 9:21pm
I'm still shocked (in a good way) that this place exists. There are many internet message boards. Many have died a slow death over the past decade. I still can't remember how I found this group, but I'm thankful that I did. I've had a rough week (darn you, anxiety), but I always know I can roll in here and find a discussion to not just distract me, but to cheer me up. It's like the internet version of Cheers where everyone knows your name (or at least your IMCT user name). It's more than that, though. It's a place where we hold a wake for a fallen comrade across time zones. It's a place where we have honest discussions about all sorts of things (even sometimes the Clash... though I can't remember the last time I posted something about the band). It's the kind of place where if you're passing through you will actually try and meet up in person (still bummed I couldn't get together with Spiff when we were in the Twin Cities a few weeks ago). That said, if anyone finds themselves in Milwaukee, look me up! I've tried to describe this group to my partner (I've actually been a member longer than I've been with her) and I think she gets it... that I'm actually friends with these people I met online (Rev: I'm having yet another beer). Anyway, here's to all of ya!
It is a great fucking place. Would be an awesome bar if it existed.

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revbob wrote:
17 Aug 2021, 9:57pm
WestwayKid wrote:
17 Aug 2021, 9:21pm
I'm still shocked (in a good way) that this place exists. There are many internet message boards. Many have died a slow death over the past decade. I still can't remember how I found this group, but I'm thankful that I did. I've had a rough week (darn you, anxiety), but I always know I can roll in here and find a discussion to not just distract me, but to cheer me up. It's like the internet version of Cheers where everyone knows your name (or at least your IMCT user name). It's more than that, though. It's a place where we hold a wake for a fallen comrade across time zones. It's a place where we have honest discussions about all sorts of things (even sometimes the Clash... though I can't remember the last time I posted something about the band). It's the kind of place where if you're passing through you will actually try and meet up in person (still bummed I couldn't get together with Spiff when we were in the Twin Cities a few weeks ago). That said, if anyone finds themselves in Milwaukee, look me up! I've tried to describe this group to my partner (I've actually been a member longer than I've been with her) and I think she gets it... that I'm actually friends with these people I met online (Rev: I'm having yet another beer). Anyway, here's to all of ya!
It is a great fucking place. Would be an awesome bar if it existed.
Except when Heston takes over the jukebox on Saturday nights.
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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matedog wrote:
18 Aug 2021, 1:01am
revbob wrote:
17 Aug 2021, 9:57pm
WestwayKid wrote:
17 Aug 2021, 9:21pm
I'm still shocked (in a good way) that this place exists. There are many internet message boards. Many have died a slow death over the past decade. I still can't remember how I found this group, but I'm thankful that I did. I've had a rough week (darn you, anxiety), but I always know I can roll in here and find a discussion to not just distract me, but to cheer me up. It's like the internet version of Cheers where everyone knows your name (or at least your IMCT user name). It's more than that, though. It's a place where we hold a wake for a fallen comrade across time zones. It's a place where we have honest discussions about all sorts of things (even sometimes the Clash... though I can't remember the last time I posted something about the band). It's the kind of place where if you're passing through you will actually try and meet up in person (still bummed I couldn't get together with Spiff when we were in the Twin Cities a few weeks ago). That said, if anyone finds themselves in Milwaukee, look me up! I've tried to describe this group to my partner (I've actually been a member longer than I've been with her) and I think she gets it... that I'm actually friends with these people I met online (Rev: I'm having yet another beer). Anyway, here's to all of ya!
It is a great fucking place. Would be an awesome bar if it existed.
Except when Heston takes over the jukebox on Saturday nights.
You'd be rock and rolling all nite...and partly every day.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Re: The IMCT observations thread

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Heston wrote:
18 Aug 2021, 1:11am
matedog wrote:
18 Aug 2021, 1:01am
revbob wrote:
17 Aug 2021, 9:57pm
WestwayKid wrote:
17 Aug 2021, 9:21pm
I'm still shocked (in a good way) that this place exists. There are many internet message boards. Many have died a slow death over the past decade. I still can't remember how I found this group, but I'm thankful that I did. I've had a rough week (darn you, anxiety), but I always know I can roll in here and find a discussion to not just distract me, but to cheer me up. It's like the internet version of Cheers where everyone knows your name (or at least your IMCT user name). It's more than that, though. It's a place where we hold a wake for a fallen comrade across time zones. It's a place where we have honest discussions about all sorts of things (even sometimes the Clash... though I can't remember the last time I posted something about the band). It's the kind of place where if you're passing through you will actually try and meet up in person (still bummed I couldn't get together with Spiff when we were in the Twin Cities a few weeks ago). That said, if anyone finds themselves in Milwaukee, look me up! I've tried to describe this group to my partner (I've actually been a member longer than I've been with her) and I think she gets it... that I'm actually friends with these people I met online (Rev: I'm having yet another beer). Anyway, here's to all of ya!
It is a great fucking place. Would be an awesome bar if it existed.
Except when Heston takes over the jukebox on Saturday nights.
You'd be rock and rolling all nite...and partly every day.
Ok this foundation is already showing cracks.

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Just to be clear, I've had a little help in making this place cool. :shifty:
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