F&LILV Tidbit #29 ~ Johnny & Hunter talk to Rolling

by Hunter S. Thompson

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Unread postby DeppInTheHeartOfTexas » Thu Sep 01, 2005 10:53 am

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Bix wrote:Great read, DITHOT, as always. I really enjoyed the interplay among the writer, HST and JD. I loved it that Bill Murray told Johnny it would take five years to stop being Hunter! :lol: I may be one of the only people around who really likes Where the Buffalo Roam and Murray's take on HST, which doesn't take anything away from F&LILV or Johnny's performance. They are two different things and each can be appreciated for what it is. The exchange of faxes at the beginning of filming was hysterical, but Johnny did seem to know exactly how to handle Hunter. Maybe there is something to that idea about them both springing from the "dark & bloody ground" of Kentucky. :-?


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Unread postby KYwoman » Thu Sep 01, 2005 11:02 am

DeppInTheHeartOfTexas wrote:
KYwoman wrote:
Bix wrote:Great read, DITHOT, as always. I really enjoyed the interplay among the writer, HST and JD. I loved it that Bill Murray told Johnny it would take five years to stop being Hunter! :lol: I may be one of the only people around who really likes Where the Buffalo Roam and Murray's take on HST, which doesn't take anything away from F&LILV or Johnny's performance. They are two different things and each can be appreciated for what it is. The exchange of faxes at the beginning of filming was hysterical, but Johnny did seem to know exactly how to handle Hunter. Maybe there is something to that idea about them both springing from the "dark & bloody ground" of Kentucky. :-?


:rotflmao: Yeah, we are a strange lot. Too much sipping from the still!!


You people from Louisville...always keeping it WEIRD! :hypnotic: :lol:


People from Austin should know!! :slick:
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Unread postby Liz » Thu Sep 01, 2005 2:16 pm

KYwoman wrote:
DeppInTheHeartOfTexas wrote:
KYwoman wrote:
Bix wrote:Great read, DITHOT, as always. I really enjoyed the interplay among the writer, HST and JD. I loved it that Bill Murray told Johnny it would take five years to stop being Hunter! :lol: I may be one of the only people around who really likes Where the Buffalo Roam and Murray's take on HST, which doesn't take anything away from F&LILV or Johnny's performance. They are two different things and each can be appreciated for what it is. The exchange of faxes at the beginning of filming was hysterical, but Johnny did seem to know exactly how to handle Hunter. Maybe there is something to that idea about them both springing from the "dark & bloody ground" of Kentucky. :-?


:rotflmao: Yeah, we are a strange lot. Too much sipping from the still!!


You people from Louisville...always keeping it WEIRD! :hypnotic: :lol:


People from Austin should know!! :slick:


Hee hee. :grin:
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