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  • I haven't seen this movie (I saw the one with John Hurt), and I see the rat as a MacGuffin. I also saw the lack of visible bloodshed as a the Party manipulates the people. By maintaining a persistent state of war, but keeping the violence offstage, the Party plays to their emotions.

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  • Michael, you pulled me in & took me back, thanks for sharing this retro adventure, I'll peek through your keyholes with you anytime! More, please.

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  • Thanks for serving up another round of retro-refreshment, Tommy...keep ''em coming, please.

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  • Thanks for taking me back to where I wish I'd been...

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  • Thoughtful & thought provoking, thank you for sharing your rear-view vision.

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  • Love looking through your looking glass, please keep sharing!

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  • Mike, that was MY house and I want MY rum back. Signed, "The finger tapping your shoulder"

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  • Beautiful! Oddly reminiscent of Shirley Jackson at her peak.

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  • Applause for that rollicking ride through the streets of a bi-centennial Baltimore, muffler dangling from a coat hanger blowin' crazy smoke down those wild and wooly days of "Mama doesn't know if yer a boy or a girl". Most excellent trip. I thoroughly enjoyed the lift, I didn't even check to see if the inside car door handles had been removed. Dig it. And, thank you. Peggy Gooday (still loves Adam Ant!) Los Angeles, CA

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  • Moves fast like train of thought. Thanks Tommy.

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  • Loved it!

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  • HAHAHAHAHAHA LOVE THAT FAMILIAR TUCKER-FACE! NATTY BO IN HAND!..eh, don't Mind Us!, we just happy!" yeah baby the days were the daze. regret nada. my paternal genes Loaded with scottish imbibery. and in my greenpoint brooklyn grow up , along the 2 main drags , was a geezer drunk bar or 2!, on almost very corner ..and after htttin it at 14 in the parks, was in them dives by 16. 20 cent a glass of Cold! Schaefer, brewed just blocks away. my very first yee- ha was with 45 cents pint o' Gypsy Rose(21% alc at the time), the came the decades of brew swillin'..we share the stories..with fondness.. and some well, woulda coulda shoulda.. and Yes, MY Aunt Helen, my mom's sis, had a beer lovin hubbie , my Uncle John. who stroked in his late 40's.i think there are millions of Aunt Helens. the reefer and pills came along for the ride the reefer became king for me as is well known. the choochie daze i barely survived.as is well known. The Right Bank kitchen , yep TD, hallowed ground. Roberta..a Queen. royalty. hahaha phones rang looking for me in bars all along the way, but, haha i never graduated to taking my mail At em. haha and "Life at the Mount Royal Tavern was the cause of and the solution to all my problems. " yep aint it so, the hard livin life of paradox ..i just edit in other many names one of my 1st drankin homes in Greenpoint(the real old Greenpoint of the 60-70's, not today's La La land, as you know,) .. was the Hoople Inn, a DIVE, yep the Hoople Inn set me on my way i survived, & the Mount Royal formed you like pottery into a creative man. ...oh & yes i spent a nite in downtown Balt city drunk tank jail 1983..cuffed drunk at the old Orioles memorial stadium at a NY Yankees game..escaped breathing. DRY process cheese on stale white, no mustard offered by the Turn Key. devoured it. ...last paragraph says it well. thanx.

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