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OK, time to blow up this thread. Smile

I've been wondering, assuming that Trump and Clinton are the nominees, how badly does Donald lose?

Nobody could ever approach Jefferson's winning percentage, but I'm thinking that Hillary could challenge for the #2 slot given all of the gifts that Donald brings. Among female voters, could Donald get 25%? Latino voters?

What do you think?
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Originally posted by SD-Wineaux:
OK, time to blow up this thread. Smile

I've been wondering, assuming that Trump and Clinton are the nominees, how badly does Donald lose?

Nobody could ever approach Jefferson's winning percentage, but I'm thinking that Hillary could challenge for the #2 slot given all of the gifts that Donald brings. Among female voters, could Donald get 25%? Latino voters?

What do you think?

Do not take the bait.
Just heard from a friend yesterday that Paloma matriarch Barbara Richards passed. I only had the pleasure of meeting her once, but my wife and I spent a very pleasant mid-morning with her and my buddy in her kitchen and back porch.
It was the complete opposite of the normal Napa visit and was quite literally a visit with an old friend in their home.
Unfortunately all my Paloma Merlot is gone or I'd open a bottle and enjoy it in her memory. She definitely left an impression on me and her passing brings a bit of sadness this morning. RIP Barbara.
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Originally posted by mdsphoto:
RIP Alan Young, Wilbur from Mr.Ed.


Did you notice his role as Rod Taylor's neighbor in The Time Machine?

Also if you've never seen it, there's a special feature on the DVD. Taylor comes back to London for return visit and meets up with Young. It was made, I think, just for the video and it's very neat to see the two of them together again much older.
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Originally posted by Board-O:
Do you mean something recorded later, or something in the movie when they met when they were older? I think the older meeting was included in the movie, but it's been many years since I've seen it.

"In 1993 a combination sequel-documentary short, Time Machine: The Journey Back, directed by Clyde Lucas, was produced. In its third section, Michael J. Fox talks about his experience with the Delorean sports car time machine from Back to the Future. In the short's final section, written by screenwriter David Duncan, Rod Taylor, Alan Young, and Whit Bissell reprise their roles from the original 1960 film."

This was apparently done for PBS. Both actors of course were 23 years older than in the original movie. When the movie was released on DVD they cut everything else out except for the reunion scene of these two actors.

My mother took me to it in 1960 at the great Avalon Theatre in Chicago. The Morlocks scared the shit out of me. Funny now when you see their "scary" eyes are simply light bulbs.
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Originally posted by The Old Man:
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Originally posted by Board-O:
Do you mean something recorded later, or something in the movie when they met when they were older? I think the older meeting was included in the movie, but it's been many years since I've seen it.

"In 1993 a combination sequel-documentary short, Time Machine: The Journey Back, directed by Clyde Lucas, was produced. In its third section, Michael J. Fox talks about his experience with the Delorean sports car time machine from Back to the Future. In the short's final section, written by screenwriter David Duncan, Rod Taylor, Alan Young, and Whit Bissell reprise their roles from the original 1960 film."

This was apparently done for PBS. Both actors of course were 23 years older than in the original movie. When the movie was released on DVD they cut everything else out except for the reunion scene of these two actors.

My mother took me to it in 1960 at the great Avalon Theatre in Chicago. The Morlocks scared the shit out of me. Funny now when you see their "scary" eyes are simply light bulbs.


I wish I had seen it.

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