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Larry White
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Post by Larry White » Wed Jan 23, 2008 2:45 pm

It's easy... you just have to use your head.

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Post by Tony Segale » Mon Feb 11, 2008 12:23 pm

can you paint the lady? huh? can you paint the lady?!
that's ok, I'll take care of that!
Senora....
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perhaps someone has a clearer image than what I took.
and he took that golden hair and made a sweater for baby bear.
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Post by Larry White » Mon Feb 11, 2008 3:52 pm

You do that cousin, you finish that project right up!

You're a real Bushhog, ain'tchya Mr. Sally Jenko...

Shut up Lige!....



Ya, you're the kind that needs an audience... so you can show off!

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Wanna see a William Blake magic trick?

Post by Larry White » Thu Mar 13, 2008 4:37 pm

Now you see it...

Now you don't!

Some are born to sweet delight,
some are born to build all night...

and on Saturday!

AHO! :D

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Post by DAVE SMITH » Fri Mar 14, 2008 3:20 am

Very nice station Mr Blake ,Can't wait to see where you get the train from !. Oh and nice gold job on that girl Mr Segaly
Dave

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Post by Patrick Mackle » Fri Mar 14, 2008 5:57 pm

That's some powerful magic Mr. Blake!
Hope the windows allow for ventilation.
Twill

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I'll be danged! $5,000!

Post by Larry White » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:07 am

William Blake's original clown suit sold for $5,000 at a Hollywood Memoribilia auction....

...outta my price range...probably wouldn'ta fit anyway, but I don't know....

Clown Suit Auction on Ebay

....it's no good!

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Post by Patrick Mackle » Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:41 pm

Where'd ya get that clown suit? Ebay?
Helll, the bean stains alone... ya know what I mean...? Jeez!
Twill

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Its so strange you don't remember anything about my building

Post by Larry White » Sat May 17, 2008 12:40 am

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Had a little free time, so I organized all my shipping supplies into the Bank of Machine...and I enjoyed it.

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Then I had a little more free time, so I built the Marshal's Office & Jail...still need to do the signs..

Stupid White Man

Improvement makes straight roads

More mindless entertainment & self-promotion

I'm bored...there's nothin' to do...guess I'll think of something.... TBF

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Bill Blakes Gild and Build!

Post by Larry White » Thu Jun 05, 2008 2:38 pm

Guy from across the alley, over at the recyclers, casually mentioned maybe I would want
to checkout some glass over in the corner.... so I did. Scored two pieces of bent tempered
1/4" thick glass. They're about 15" x 69". Looked to me like it would make a nice corner type
sign from back in the day. Gave one to my friend Sall Jenko...told me not to tell no one.
Well, as I do, I finished that sign right up! Got it up! Framed up! Up on the wall here in Machine.

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and for the inspectors...

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Now get back to work!

-AHO!

-Bill Blake

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Blake attains mental health.

Post by Steven Vigeant » Sat Jun 07, 2008 12:16 am

Dang it Blake that's further than the the end of the line. That's half way to Altaville, truth be told. I love all the little flourishes. The blues are sweet, and how did you do that bottle neck? It pops very nicely. You must feel restored to complete mental health by now!

Mr. Schofield

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Post by Tony Segale » Mon Jul 21, 2008 7:33 pm

The powers of the medicine give sacred visions.


They're not for you at this time.
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Post by Larry White » Fri Jul 25, 2008 4:14 pm

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That Mr. Morton, he sure can gild!

Broke the mold after him.

And there's that Dickinson fella again...spirit of the Letterheads hasn't faded here...

...course you do have to show up.....
Larry White
That's enough for now... it's gettin' late
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Post by Larry White » Sun Jul 27, 2008 10:53 am

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Those without the Letterhead spirit, we cooked 'em up and ate 'em.
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Post by Larry White » Mon Jul 28, 2008 1:55 pm

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But they were Blake's men! ......And they came to gild with him!










.......They must have found someone who pays better!!








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Tell me, Mr. Morton....how do you play this game?






Help him back to Boarshank!...




Pray to God,and Dig Your Grave movie trailer
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Post by Larry White » Tue Jul 29, 2008 2:00 pm

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I ain't one to take a man's confidence lightly, it's best to keep remembering it
if you want respect when you're gildin' with men like Dickinson and Morton.


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Hey, hey! Look at that!
Old Sally sure can watercolor, can't he?
Yeah, broke the mold after him.


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A few folks enjoyin' a whole lot of nothin'.....

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more dead men...

Post by Tony Segale » Tue Aug 26, 2008 6:36 pm

do you know how to make music with that?

Harmonica gives his name back. Finished.


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It's gonna be beautiful framed.

Someday.
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You see how Chaco paints....

Post by Larry White » Wed Aug 27, 2008 9:46 am

Imagine that, a grown man doin' such a fine watercolor!
Probably sipped a tropical fruit drink while he painted it!

Yah, you're a real bush hog ain't chya Sally Jenco!

It'll look nice hangin' up here in Machine someday....someday...

...even if I only get a print..

Nice painting! Very nice painting!

-Aho!


Kinda got my hopes up for this one, Appaloosa movie trailer

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Bill Blakes movie review....

Post by Larry White » Thu Oct 09, 2008 10:08 am

I went and saw the new Ed Harris movie, Appaloosa, the other night and I enjoyed it...

The movie had a good story and held my interest. Altough some say it was "slow", I like a western to be like that, in fact, I didn't find it to be "slow". My number one criteria for a western is, it has to be believable, and Appaloosa was. No six shooters shooting 30 rounds, no sidekicks with eyeliner. A few portions of the movie were predictable. Renée Zellweger was abit annoying at times, but can be overlooked. It had a good ending and wasn't overblown and stupid as so many Hollywood movies are.

The music score was good (up until the credits where they have some stupid Tom Petty song). The scenery was really good. The interior and exterior sets were also quite good...nice picture frames and even some decorative glass...mighta been vinyl...but I don't know.

The kicker is there was really nice sign work in the town. And they even had a sign shop! And one scene, the sign guy was working on a new sign for the hotel!

Bill Blakes rating, 5-1/2 bullets (out of 6).
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Post by Tony Segale » Mon Nov 17, 2008 3:17 pm

Appaloosa....

Finally a good movie that doesn't have a bunch of high speed computer graphics, comic book heroes or sci-fi techs to bore up the screens again.

Good story about men and their word, mean what they say and back it up. too.
After seeing the film, it wears on ya ...

Renee' Zewelliger was a good cast for the girl, a bit more believable since ya might not had much to pick from in them days anyway.

Harris and Mortenson were a good match.

Only one problem.... I wanted to jump into that scene where the sign painter was working on the hotel sign.... at night?!
There had to be some good money being paid...
or a true bullet.

Aho
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Listen out of your good ear now!...

Post by Larry White » Tue Jan 13, 2009 5:35 pm

For those of you that didn't heed my advice and see Appaloosa in the theater, you're in luck, cause it came out on DVD today. So either rent it, or buy it, don't matter which, cause now you'll be in for a good western.

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Just might replicate this Drug Store, right here in Machine...and I'll enjoy it!

-Aho!

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apaloosa

Post by Patrick Mackle » Tue Jan 13, 2009 6:22 pm

That is great Larry, as I have not seen it yet. I just jumped in to HighDef and got a LCD big screen with Blue Ray and surround sound and I am looking forward to viewing some good westerns.
I will consult with you on which ones to watch first. (Actually DEADMAN will be first) I'm gonna play em good and loud, may even crack some glass in the 'ol shop!
Twill

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Post by Larry White » Tue Jan 13, 2009 6:36 pm

Open Range in HiDef and surround sound sounds pretty good right about now!

You do that cousin, you crank that volume RIGHT up!
Only way to handle it!

-Aho!

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Post by Tony Segale » Wed Jan 14, 2009 1:21 am

Everything that eats meat, likes a dead buffalo.
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You alright?....

Post by Larry White » Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:31 pm

Sally, we been gildin' together now awhile. Can't exactly say how long, but long. Ain't nobody I'd rather gild with. You're as good as anybody I seen, except maybe Dickinson and me. The reason you ain't as good as Dickinson or me, ain't got nothin' to do with steady, or fast, or gildin' without a tip. The reason the above named folks gild better than you is because you got feelings.

Feelings ruin your gild.

You go on home now...

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Post by Tony Segale » Thu Jan 15, 2009 12:33 pm

everybody's got feelins.

you got feelins about your Archer & Pancoast Gas Fixture piece, don't ya?

we've known each other a long time.

I don't care for those kind of dis... dis...

disparaging?

...disparaging remarks.

especially about my gildin.
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Post by Larry White » Thu Jan 15, 2009 1:26 pm

I figured I saved your career as a gilder...

and gave you another chance to finish that mural,

at least sometime in the foreseeable future.


As for the unforeseeable, well, that mural's out there waiting for ya.

So you head straight into the setting sun and drive west at an easy pace,

that mural project is a long ride, and I know, there's no reason to hurry!





Original Dead Man post fine print:
Mike Jackson wrote:Hi Larry,
Nice group! :) Okay, here's your chance! (to balance out my photo posts) You guys can post back and forth ALL YOU WANT about Dead Man here in this thread. Post your photos, add links to other Dead Man sites, banter away, and generally have fun. Larry and the rest can fill "the uninformed" on the movie and all its finer points. There were probably a few signs painted for the movie set, too!

Mike Jackson :co-site administrator

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Post by Tony Segale » Thu Jan 15, 2009 3:44 pm

he ain't got no jerdiction in here.

Well, Blondie, its just you and me, and 100 miles of beautiful Dead Man banter.

nobody else will set foot in this heII except you and me.
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Post by Bill Masters » Thu Jan 15, 2009 5:54 pm

I guess he aint guna finish that murial any time soon.

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Post by Tony Segale » Thu Jan 15, 2009 10:40 pm

DON'T RUSH ME!
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