Best one ever - they had tranquilized an elephant to do some measuring and
fix a hang nail or something. First they have to wrestle it onto its side
because the pressure on its lungs is too much if it lies on its chest. Then
they run around doing whatever so that they don't keep it under for too
long. Next the wakey, wakey drug. Vet finds a nice vein on an ear and
injects the drug. Elephant proceeds to get to its knees RFN. Marlin notes
that this was perhaps too quick as the humans had expected to make a more
All hell breaks loose! Elephant gets to its feet and starts making angry
noises. People start beating feet. Well in front is the 'native guide' who
is a 7 foot bean pole, followed closely by Jim and the vet with Marlin
trailing. Then the elephant full out Bellows! Marlin starts picking them up
and putting them down! The rest of the scene was filmed from quite a way off
so you see this people and elephant on the horizon shot with old Marlin
Perkins passing everybody Including the guide!!
Laugh, thought I'd die ... Feets, don't fail me now!
With you Larry - but not with Netflix yet - have over 2000 DVD's
in the house at this time. Then there is tape.
We like to watch series from scratch and every other disk is a new
off target movie. Tonight started Spiderman.
Some series we have watched for lunch or dinner time - has been watched
a number of times. We still find stuff - bloopers and new stuff.
We have shelves 7' tall in similar topics.
Martin H. Eastburn
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On 7/15/2010 9:44 AM, Larry Jaques wrote:
Sure, complete with commercials and noise on HULU. My sister uses that
one and I tried it once, very briefly, and ran away screaming! ;)
BTW, I meant "come out on DVD and are available from Netflix." I
don't buy most series DVDs. Buffy was the only one, 3 years' episodes
for $20, delivered. <domg>
EXPLETIVE: A balm, usually applied verbally in hindsight,
which somehow eases those pains and indignities following
Reminds me of an article talking about carpal tunnel syndrome. Not only
mice, but TV remotes are now a source of overuse injuries.
We only watch programs that are prerecorded. That helps. As for the news,
there is never more than a few minutes worth watching anyway. Just record
it, watch what you want, junk the rest.
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