The Bruce Campbell Thread

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I've got his auto-bio If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, and it kicks ***.

The thing with it is that I only read it when I'm going to some appointment and need something to read in the waiting room. Since I only go to maybe 3 of those a year, it gets to last forever. It's such a great read that it actually makes me look forward to those things.
 

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I've got his auto-bio If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, and it kicks ***.

The thing with it is that I only read it when I'm going to some appointment and need something to read in the waiting room. Since I only go to maybe 3 of those a year, it gets to last forever. It's such a great read that it actually makes me look forward to those things.
I'm ashamed to say I haven't read it yet. When I heard it was coming out I was going to get it, but like most things in life I forgot to actually do it. Seriously, you'd be surprised to hear how much stuff, even important things, I simply forgot to do. I'll buy and read it eventually though.
 

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I spent 1/2 of my Christmas break watching The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. with a couple of friends who had never heard of it.
 

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I've got his auto-bio If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, and it kicks ***.

The thing with it is that I only read it when I'm going to some appointment and need something to read in the waiting room. Since I only go to maybe 3 of those a year, it gets to last forever. It's such a great read that it actually makes me look forward to those things.

That was a good book.

I spent 1/2 of my Christmas break watching The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. with a couple of friends who had never heard of it.

They way it should be.
Best. Christmas. Ever.


Seconded. I'm on disc four, having never heard of it before the DVD release; it is one of my favorite shows already. I love that Carlton Cuse (LOST) is the co-creator; every time M.C. Gainey showed up in the pilot, Cuse (on the commentary) would talk about how he's now playing Mr. Friendly on LOST now. I can't wait for the roundtable discussion on disc eight.
 

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I've got his auto-bio If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, and it kicks ***.

The thing with it is that I only read it when I'm going to some appointment and need something to read in the waiting room. Since I only go to maybe 3 of those a year, it gets to last forever. It's such a great read that it actually makes me look forward to those things.

I not only got his book, but I got him to autograph it :D

And Brisco County Jr was the best show ever.
 

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That is one long *** painting. :lol:


Bruce Campbell is the man. End of story. And anyone wishing to refute such fact is legally signing a binding contract that allows me to kick them in the nuts.
 

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I'd rather he chop my hand off because he is afraid it's possessed by evil.

Then I will take my dismembered hand home and masturbate to it.
Why doesn't that surprise me at all?
That is one long *** painting. :lol:


Bruce Campbell is the man. End of story. And anyone wishing to refute such fact is legally signing a binding contract that allows me to kick them in the nuts.
Agreed.
We don't kick anyone in the nuts anymore. We bite their necks now. 8)
Another possibility.
 
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