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Paste Pot Pete 

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Great job on the banner Happy!

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Nose Norton


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I do. It's a perfect banner for this board.

I saw The Usual Suspects in the theater with the wife when we were dating. Really, a mind blowing ending. The film really introduced a great villain in Kaiser Soze, who became synonymous with a master manipulator. A fun movie. Right off the bat, the banner makes me think of the line, "Hand me the keys, you f******* C***s******!"


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Unstable Molecule


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Little known fact. You know how they were all laughing and goofing around during the lineup scene? It seems out of character for Keaton's character, doesn't it?

I heard an interview that Benecio Del Toro kept farting repeatedly in this scene (but never broke character), which made the actors laugh in an unscripted way. You can even see Gabriel Byrne holding his hand over his nose in several scenes. They kept it in the movie to show camaraderie between the characters. It worked because Verbal Kent (the outsider in the lineup) also never broke character.




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