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Thread: This scene makes me want to start back with my banjo lessons.

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    This scene makes me want to start back with my banjo lessons.


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    And this scene reminds me to always carry when away from home...

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    You just had to, didn't you?

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    you sure do have a purrty mouth.
    I am like water. I follow the path of least resistance
    but you cannot compress me.

    The most precious thing a man can give to another is time,
    as of it, we have so little.

    Pain, as told to me, " Lets you know you are alive."

    Whittle for hours, sand for days and enjoy forever.

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    I finally watched this from start to finish this past July. Damn good movie!
    I carry a gun because I can't carry a cop on my back!

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    It actually is a good movie-man vs man, man vs nature, man vs himself etc..It is also a great book. The writer, James Dickie, is in the movie. He plays the Sheriff. I read somewhere that they had seven cameras on Ned Beatty during the "hillbilly love scene" because Ned said he would only do it once. I understand.

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