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    Anyone else like one of my favorite heroes? Dougie Lampkin?

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    He's cheating. I could see studs in those tires.
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    Here are a couple of other studs:
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    Thanks Fred. Always a great pick-me-up hearing Steppenwolf/Born To Be Wild.

    My favorite other movie the song was used in as a tribute was "Lost In America" where the yuppie couple thought finding their freedom was quitting their jobs and traveling America in a Winnebago. This (below) is a good clip where Albert Brooks is identifying with a biker and the guy flips the bird at him:

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    I think Admiral might have been taking cinemetography tips from this guy. We could use Shane Donogh in this Forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I think Admiral might have been taking cinemetography tips from this guy. We could use Shane Donogh in this Forum.
    I remember this video. Don't get use to my cinematography, it takes a while to set up and a ton more time editing. I agree they make more interesting video's but a lot of time to get it done. I have to get in the goofing off frame of mind to do this again.
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    Did you folks notice the hand-caught grouse at end of the Pacific NorthWest video? Cool addition.
    They sure are stupid birds, think God made grouse dumb like many prolific breeding prey species so that bobcats and others have something to catch and eat come winter time.
    This one seems to want a ride on Betty Boop.
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    I used to eat a lot of grouse when I lived in the Idaho panhandle. One I didn't have to shoot. Walking up the trail to home he flushed at my feet and tried to get away by flying lengthwise through a parked bus. Hit center of the front window and broke his neck right in front of me. I had a dutch one with stew on a small fire so I cleaned him and floated him on top of the stew and went on about my work. When the stew was done the bird was nicely steamed. Shot a lot of them with the pistol I always carried. Hit the head and the meat isn't harmed. They can easily be taken with a throwing stick too. They are about the size of squab you buy at the store but taste better having been fed on the hawthorn buds of the trees in my meadow down by the Priest River.
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    Here is a well made TW themed video shot around Utah's Tushar Mtns
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