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(KBS Radio)   18-year old female and male each expected to eat 50 hard-boiled eggs in one hour   (kbsradio.ca) divider line 61
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2010-07-11 05:08:19 PM
Lol... beautiful headline.
 
2010-07-11 05:17:11 PM
It would be easier if they were asked to both eat 50 of the male haploid.
 
2010-07-11 05:22:42 PM
tototototo: It would be easier if they were asked to both eat 50 of the male haploid.

I doubt they'd sucseed.
 
2010-07-11 09:39:34 PM
Came for Cool Hand Luke. Leaving satisfied.
 
2010-07-11 09:40:22 PM
Oh screw it already, I can't help myself:

Nobody ever eat fifty eggs.
 
2010-07-11 09:42:33 PM
FloydA: sucseed.


Sees what you did there.
 
2010-07-11 09:42:42 PM
I don't get it
 
2010-07-11 09:43:45 PM
Litig8r: Oh screw it already, I can't help myself:

Nobody ever eatate fifty eggsaigs.


FIFY
 
2010-07-11 09:44:50 PM
Rickey? Bubbles?
 
2010-07-11 09:46:16 PM
I'm shakin' it boss ....
 
2010-07-11 09:46:20 PM
Noticeably F.A.T.: Nobody ever eatate fifty eggsaigs.


Mah boy sez he can eat 50 aigs, he can eat 50 aigs!
 
2010-07-11 09:56:09 PM
The police questioned them to no avail. What they had there was a failure to communicate.
 
2010-07-11 09:58:20 PM
sometimes nothin' is a real cool hand.
 
2010-07-11 09:58:20 PM
CokeBear: I don't get it


Try Craigslist.
 
2010-07-11 10:01:16 PM
Oh Subby, you wild, beautiful thing. You crazy handful of nothin'.
 
2010-07-11 10:01:48 PM
CokeBear: I don't get it

What we've got here is failure to communicate....Some men you just can't reach
 
2010-07-11 10:02:53 PM
Hey, Babalugats. We got a bet here!
 
2010-07-11 10:06:11 PM
He should have spent the night in her box.
 
2010-07-11 10:07:39 PM
Got nuthin', Boss.
 
2010-07-11 10:14:05 PM
headlites: CokeBear: I don't get it

What we've got here is failure to communicate....Some men you just can't reach


I don't get it either. What does that have to do with parking meters?
 
2010-07-11 10:16:14 PM
Airfoilsguy: I don't get it either. What does that have to do with parking meters?


It was a small town, not much to do in the evenings.
 
2010-07-11 10:21:14 PM
Applaudin' headline over here, Boss!
 
2010-07-11 10:29:09 PM
For those of you who don't get it, I cringe at the lost moments of Toy Story 3 and other references peppered into our current pop culture that you're missing.
 
2010-07-11 10:29:41 PM
 
2010-07-11 10:31:06 PM
I had to watch that movie three times before it dawned on me that Luke was a metaphor for Christ. This despite the tracking scene at the end with the "cross" roads, the "scourging", the denial by Dragline, (Peter), the "Christian" guard as the Pharisee, his metaphorical "healing" of the other men through his faith in himself and others I can't think of right off the top of my head.
 
2010-07-11 10:37:04 PM
Litig8r: Oh screw it already, I can't help myself:

Nobody ever eat fifty eggs.


But it's such a nice, round number...
/You guys outdid yourselves here... made my night.
 
2010-07-11 10:38:19 PM
deciusmaximus: I had to watch that movie three times before it dawned on me that Luke was a metaphor for Christ. This despite the tracking scene at the end with the "cross" roads, the "scourging", the denial by Dragline, (Peter), the "Christian" guard as the Pharisee, his metaphorical "healing" of the other men through his faith in himself and others I can't think of right off the top of my head.

I wanna smoke a bowl of HIS stash
 
2010-07-11 10:40:28 PM
deciusmaximus: I had to watch that movie three times before it dawned on me that Luke was a metaphor for Christ. This despite the tracking scene at the end with the "cross" roads, the "scourging", the denial by Dragline, (Peter), the "Christian" guard as the Pharisee, his metaphorical "healing" of the other men through his faith in himself and others I can't think of right off the top of my head.

All that but the post-50-eggs image of him stretched out on the table doesn't pop to mind? ;)
 
2010-07-11 10:59:24 PM
The 50 eggs scene (new window)

deciusmaximus: I had to watch that movie three times before it dawned on me that Luke was a metaphor for Christ. This despite the tracking scene at the end with the "cross" roads, the "scourging", the denial by Dragline, (Peter), the "Christian" guard as the Pharisee, his metaphorical "healing" of the other men through his faith in himself and others I can't think of right off the top of my head.

Also the last few seconds of the above scene give a pretty big hint, though you could miss it if you blink at the wrong time.
 
2010-07-11 11:01:30 PM
Airfoilsguy: headlites: CokeBear: I don't get it

What we've got here is failure to communicate....Some men you just can't reach

I don't get it either. What does that have to do with parking meters?


Link (new window)
 
2010-07-11 11:13:29 PM
deciusmaximus: I had to watch that movie three times before it dawned on me that Luke was a metaphor for Christ. This despite the tracking scene at the end with the "cross" roads, the "scourging", the denial by Dragline, (Peter), the "Christian" guard as the Pharisee, his metaphorical "healing" of the other men through his faith in himself and others I can't think of right off the top of my head.

Now Easter suddenly makes a lot more sense!
 
2010-07-11 11:21:22 PM
CokeBear: I don't get it

That's too bad.

Nice one subby.
 
2010-07-11 11:21:25 PM
www.sohobpo.net
 
2010-07-11 11:21:32 PM
I'm considering boiling some eggs... but i don't want hard boiled, and too lazy to poach... will prolly wind up poaching.

/politicians.
 
2010-07-11 11:27:20 PM
cyberspacedout: The 50 eggs scene (new window)

deciusmaximus: I had to watch that movie three times before it dawned on me that Luke was a metaphor for Christ. This despite the tracking scene at the end with the "cross" roads, the "scourging", the denial by Dragline, (Peter), the "Christian" guard as the Pharisee, his metaphorical "healing" of the other men through his faith in himself and others I can't think of right off the top of my head.

Also the last few seconds of the above scene give a pretty big hint, though you could miss it if you blink at the wrong time.


I never saw it as anything but a great movie... maybe I wasn't looking hard enough. I've seen it a few times, and just never made the connection.
Which part of the ending (of the clip) do you mean? The way he was lying there when everyone walked away? Or when someone said, after all of it, "Nobody can eat 50 eggs" or something else?
/Sorry, but I won't know if I don't ask.
 
2010-07-11 11:31:27 PM
deciusmaximus: I had to watch that movie three times before it dawned on me that Luke was a metaphor for Christ. This despite the tracking scene at the end with the "cross" roads, the "scourging", the denial by Dragline, (Peter), the "Christian" guard as the Pharisee, his metaphorical "healing" of the other men through his faith in himself and others I can't think of right off the top of my head.


Shakin' the burning bush, Boss!
 
2010-07-11 11:51:10 PM
I don't care if it rains or freezes
As long as I've got my Plastic Jesus
Glued to the dashboard of my car,
You can buy Him phosphorescent
Glows in the dark, He's Pink and Pleasant,
Take Him with you when you're traveling far

You can buy a Sweet Madonna
Dressed in rhinestones sitting on a
Pedestal of abalone shell
Going ninety, I'm not wary
Cause I've got my Virgin Mary
Guaranteeing I won't go to Hell
 
2010-07-11 11:56:17 PM
Don't know why, but it has got to be my favorite movie of all time. Maybe it was when I first saw it (13 years old) or just my frame of mind or something else, but the movie just resonates.

How Paul Newman didn't win for this role is beyond me.

/ Kick a buck.
 
2010-07-12 12:03:42 AM
They just didn't know when to quit.
 
2010-07-12 12:14:03 AM
TheKickinMule: Which part of the ending (of the clip) do you mean? The way he was lying there when everyone walked away?

That's it. Probably the most obvious piece of religious symbolism in a movie that is rife with it.
 
2010-07-12 01:05:56 AM
Just ... have mercy.

cm1.theinsider.com
 
2010-07-12 01:07:20 AM
Cmdr. Data has them beat: "Watch me eat four hundred and fifty farkin' hardboiled eggs!"
 
2010-07-12 01:55:58 AM
Airfoilsguy: headlites: CokeBear: I don't get it

What we've got here is failure to communicate....Some men you just can't reach

I don't get it either. What does that have to do with parking meters?


headlites gets it
 
2010-07-12 02:01:33 AM
Phideaux: Airfoilsguy: headlites: CokeBear: I don't get it

What we've got here is failure to communicate....Some men you just can't reach

I don't get it either. What does that have to do with parking meters?

Link (new window)


Aw hell, I never saw the first part of the move. I just saw the parts after he was in the clink.
 
2010-07-12 02:21:34 AM
Airfoilsguy: Phideaux: Airfoilsguy: headlites: CokeBear: I don't get it

What we've got here is failure to communicate....Some men you just can't reach

I don't get it either. What does that have to do with parking meters?

Link (new window)

Aw hell, I never saw the first part of the move. I just saw the parts after he was in the clink.


The "50 egg" scene happened while he was in the work camp; so did at least a couple of references to his having cut the heads off parking meters to have gotten in there to begin with. You might have missed a good chunk of the movie.

It's well worth watching again, though, from the beginning.

/always makes me want to do some world-shakin'
//that and rewind to the scene with Lucille
///or whatever her name really was
 
2010-07-12 02:39:57 AM
futher_mucker: or whatever her name really was

Sompthin that innocent and built like that just gotta be named Lucille.
 
2010-07-12 03:15:13 AM
Slightly off thread anecdote:

Little old lady in ice-cream parlour buying a cone when Paul Newman walks in, smiles pleasantly and flashes those big blue eyes. LOL completely gobsmacked, stumbles out of shop, then realizes she doesn't have her ice cream. Turns round starts to go back in, meets PN coming out "Your ice cream cone?" he asks kindly. Incapable of speech, she just nods. "You put it in your purse, along with your change", says PN ...
 
2010-07-12 03:26:38 AM
No one wants to admit they ate nine cans of ravioli.
 
2010-07-12 04:18:18 AM
mjjt: Slightly off thread anecdote:

Little old lady in ice-cream parlour buying a cone when Paul Newman walks in, smiles pleasantly and flashes those big blue eyes. LOL completely gobsmacked, stumbles out of shop, then realizes she doesn't have her ice cream. Turns round starts to go back in, meets PN coming out "Your ice cream cone?" he asks kindly. Incapable of speech, she just nods. "You put it in your purse, along with your change", says PN ...


Har! I have to tell my wife this one. She'd have been the same way...
 
2010-07-12 05:04:23 AM
thanks Rufus.....
 
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