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Warren Zevon

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About Warren Zevon

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    Enjoy Every Sandwich
  • Birthday 10/25/1973

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    Grande Prairie, Alberta

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    22.1
  • Handedness
    Righty

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  1. I found Greyhound to be a bit of a mixed bag. I really enjoyed the tension during the battle scenes, but the more quiet moments felt like big parts were missing from them or left on the editing room floor. To me, they seemed slightly incomplete. Also, RIP to one of my childhood crushes Kelly Preston. Gorgeous lady, and I wish she would have made more movies over her career.
  2. Ford Vs Ferrari. Birdie. I don’t find racing that interesting, but every once in a while one of these movies comes along that I’m totally entertained with.
  3. Very sad news, indeed. Festivus will be extra special this year.
  4. If my home course ever gets clearance to golf, this is what I see happening there. The owners / managers are okay by my standards, but I can't see them adhering to a strict set of rules. Plus, I've never seen anyone pretending to be a marshall on the course in the ten years I've been golfing there, and I doubt they can afford to add extra staff to monitor even half of the playable holes. Speaking of which, there's a creek that runs through said course, and it floods at the beginning of each season with the snow melt. This year there's some extra flooding going on, and the pictures they've shown are about as bad as I've seen it. Not that it will be a huge issue, despite an online petition, our health minister person in charge has not deemed golf essential yet. And part of me is thankful for that, because with the way I see how people behave in relation to COVID while I'm at work doesn't inspire any confidence that golf would be any better.
  5. The Lighthouse. Par. Its more of a thriller than a horror, I think? Willem Dafoe and that guy from Twilight are really good in this. Not so scary in my mind, but still a creepy show.
  6. I've watched the first two episodes. I like it so far. That twist at the end of episode two sets up things nicely.
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvcX0Ef9KUQ Very sad to hear Adam Schlesinger passed away from COVID today. I absolutely adored their first two albums.
  8. Dragged Over Concrete. Bogey. Overly long Mel Gibson / Vince Vaughn flick that has one or two extremely gory moments. Not a horrible movie, but there’s a lot of time spent listening to the two leads while they sit in a car on a stakeout.
  9. Warren Zevon

    NHL 2019-20

    I hope the season can be salvaged. My team makes the playoffs only every twelve or fifteen years, so you have to grasp the opportunities when they arrive
  10. Warren Zevon

    NHL 2019-20

    Man, I would have loved to have been at the Caps / Rangers game last night.
  11. I’ve found that the screening agents at whatever airport I go through are more worried about the can or two of aerosol bug spray than the actual contents of my golf bag. I usually shove as much crap as I can into my golf bag before traveling. As stated above, if it’s not over 50 pounds I’ve found they don’t have too many issues
  12. It took me a few tries to get through the pilot, but eight episodes in I’m hooked. Like bad.
  13. Warren Zevon

    NHL 2019-20

    After the All Star stuff tonight there was an hour long documentary (or Masterson application video, probably) on the amount of damage done to Connor McDavids knee in the final game of last season. I'm not sure how you'd watch it in the States since it isn't on YouTube yet, but wow, just wow. The Oilers picked up the rumored four million dollar tab for his rehab, and even still it's hard to believe he skated on opening day, let alone the preseason. I already had a lot of respect for the guy, but after watching this it's shot through the roof now.
  14. I watched a trio of movies over the last few days, starting with: Once Upon A TIme In Hollywood. Par. It's definitely Tarantino, but there wasn't the eight minute monologues this time around. Kind of slow and plodding, but sweet mother of Jebus what an ending! 1917. Birdie. I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy this twenty minutes in. By the end I was really impressed. I'll be watching this again in the future. Terminator: Dark Fate. Par. I could care less that this messed with the canon of some of the previous films, because to me, I haven't liked most of them to be honest. Not bad action flick, I thought Linda Hamilton was really good in her role.
  15. Back in the day my dad would have given me a good ole smack upside the head if I did that.
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