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February 22, 2008

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Lips O'Loonacy

Oscar? Sure I knew him well! He penned poetry about me once, back in the days when Dublin was Dublin, and Guinnes was a daily tonic!

Lips O'Loonacy here, Irish Leprechaun! Guess what? I'm coming over from Ireland, and I'm heading to Hoboken for Saint Patrick's Day!

zombot

you just kiddin' about paul stanley?
the real inspiration was from an old photograph of tommy lee jones's. quote:
Chigurh's distinctive look was derived from a 1979 photo from a book supplied by Tommy Lee Jones which featured photos of brothel patrons on the Texas-Mexico border. Describing his "extraordinary moptop haircut," he said, "You don't have to act the haircut. The haircut acts by itself."

zombot

ah- but on a similar stanley-star-child note,"The Coen Brothers sought to cast someone "who could have come from Mars" to avoid a sense of identification. The brothers introduced the character in the beginning of the film similarly to the introduction of the 1976 film The Man Who Fell to Earth"

Chance From That Third World Country Maine

Video explaining hair:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WMFHeJen2Q

Kurt Gottschalk

re: starchild - it's surprising a guy with an enormous glitter scrot on his leotard would mind having a pinpoint of light aimed at him.

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