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Gift for an old school manly man?

Gift ideas for my manly man husband: hunting gear and/or classic old school stuff 'like my dad used to have'? I have a $150 budget to get some gifts for my husband's birthday and Christmas. He fancies himself kind of an 'old school' type of guy (his father was one of these) and admires, only half jokingly, grumpy and hardened but somewhat sentimental types like the Clint Eastwood character in Gran Torino. I want to get him some items that embody the 'old school man' and maybe also some sort of hunting gear. We're in Canada, where deer hunting is a winter activity. He'll be going after some coyotes in a few weeks, as there is a problem with aggressive coyotes where his family lives and where we are spending Christmas. I've already got him a big classic coffee thermos. He already has a good hunting knife. He refuses to wear scarves and mittens. What else can I give him? Tongue and cheek is perfectly ok. Movies are an option too, but not books.
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anybody remember a western ripoff of the Man With No Name series about a cowboy in asia?

I saw a movie years ago but can't really remember any of the details. There are no big name stars in it, and it was definitely a b-movie, low budget western. The hero is a cowboy who winds up in asia. My impression was that the movie was kindof a rip off of the Man With No Name spaghetti westerns with Clint Eastwood. Maybe the guy had a yellow poncho? Not sure about that though. Does this ring any bells with anyone? it would have been 60s or 70s
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B&A: Western novels for man in his 60's?

Hey guys! my dad doesn't read that often but he knows how much I enjoy reading, and how it helps me get through the day, so he wants to start reading novels. I want to get him a novel as a present (there's no special occasion, I just want to get him one) and my dad is obsessed with western films (Clint Eastwood and John Wayne) so that's the type of novel I'm looking for. As a YA Fantasy reader, I don't know any good books in that genre.... Have you got any good suggestions? for somebody who doesn't read that often. thanks Rick :) @Peapod; I'm a girl! Lol
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What traditional characteristics does a man have to have to be a man?

Ok. More specific. I'm speaking of traditional values that set apart the men from boys. The part of men that has been watered by todays society. Good and bad. The thing that separates todays man from our fathers, grandfathers, Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, etc. The thing the differs between the guy that can rebuild his engine and reroof his house and the one that doesn't know how to check his oil.
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Who is the man referenced in the Clint Eastwood Chrysler Superbowl Commercial: Its Halftime in America?

As Eastwood narrates the montage, an image of a man appears at 0:49-0:50. He is yelling and pointing his finger at the screen as the narration continues with "the fog of division, discourse and blame" , The top half of his face is cropped out in what appears to be some sort of relevant televised in…
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Which of these actors do you have in your personal DVD collection?

Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Mel Gibson, Tom Hanks, Eddie Murphy, Denzel Washington, Tom Cruise, and Keanu Reeves Mine are: Al Pacino - Scarface Robert De Niro - Raging Bull, Ronin, Men of Honor, The Untouchables Clint Eastwood - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Magnum Force Mel Gibson - Payback Tom Hanks - The Green Mile Eddie Murphy - The Golden Child Denzel Washington - The Hurricane Tom Cruise - Rain Man Keanu Reeves - Point Break what's yours?
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Stupid Laws of California!!!!!!?

Many animals are illegal to own as pets, including snails, sloths, and elephants. Bathhouses are against the law. In an animal shelter, lizards and snakes are treated under the same guidelines as cats and dogs. No vehicle without a driver may exceed 60 miles per hour. Women may not drive in a house coat. It is a misdemeanor to shoot at any kind of game from a moving vehicle, unless the target is a whale. Arcadia Peacocks have the right of way to cross any street, including driveways. Alhambra You cannot leave your car on the street overnight without the proper permit. Baldwin Park Nobody is allowed to ride a bicycle in a swimming pool. Belvedere City Council order reads: “No dog shall be in a public place without its master on a leash.” Blythe You are not permitted to wear cowboy boots unless you already own at least two cows. Burlingame It is illegal to spit, except on baseball diamonds. Carmel Ice cream may not be eaten while standing on the sidewalk
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I know its early, but what are your Predictions for the 2008 Oscar Nominations (Main Categories) & Winners?

Mine are: Best Picture: Australia - will win! Changelling Leatherheads Burn After Reading - The Coen Brothers (yawn!) Slumdog Millionaire Best Director: Sam Mendes - Revolutionary Road Baz Luhrman - Australia - will win! Danny Boyle - Slumdog Millionaire Clint Eastwood - Changeling The Coen Brothers - Burn After Reading (yawn!) Best Actor: Kevin Spacey - 21 Heath Ledger - The Dark Knight - isn't it obvious? George Clooney - Leatherheads John Malkovitch - Burn After Reading Tom Cruise - Valkyrie (Brad Pitt could also be Nominated for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button & maybe Josh Brolin for "W" and PERHAPS, although this really is stretching it, Jack Nicholson for "The Bucket List"). Best Supporting Actress: Anjelica Huston - Choke - may win! Tilda Swinton - Burn After Reading Mia Farrow - Be Kind Rewind Frances McDormand - Burn After Reading Scarlet Johansson - The Other Boleyn Girl - may win! (Cate Blanchett will probably also be Nominated for "The Curious Case Of Benjamin But
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What are your Predictions for the Oscar Nominations (Main Categories) & Winners?

Mine are: Best Picture: Australia - will win! Changelling Leatherheads Burn After Reading - The Coen Brothers (yawn!) Pineapple Express Best Director: Sam Mendes - Revolutionary Road Baz Luhrman - Australia - will win! Clint Eastwood - Changeling The Coen Brothers - Burn After Reading (yawn!) David Gordon Green - Pineapple Express Best Actor: Kevin Spacey - 21 Heath Ledger - The Dark Knight - isn't it obvious? George Clooney - Leatherheads John Malkovitch - Burn After Reading Tom Cruise - Valkyrie (Brad Pitt could also be Nominated for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button & maybe Josh Brolin for "W" and PERHAPS, although this really os stretching it, Jack Nicholson for "The Bucket List"). Best Supporting Actress: Anjelica Huston - Choke - may win! Tilda Swinton - Burn After Reading Mia Farrow - Be Kind Rewind Frances McDormand - Burn After Reading Scarlet Johansson - The Other Boleyn Girl - may win! (Cate Blanchett will probably also be Nominated for "The Curious Case Of Benjamin
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I know its early, but what are your Predictions for 2008 Oscar Nominations (Main Categories) & Winners?

Mine are: Best Picture: Australia - will win! Changelling Leatherheads Burn After Reading - The Coen Brothers (yawn!) Slumdog Millionaire Best Director: Sam Mendes - Revolutionary Road Baz Luhrman - Australia - will win! Clint Eastwood - Changeling The Coen Brothers - Burn After Reading (yawn!) Danny Boyle - Slumdog Millionaire - (this Film is 1 to watch - it could be a huge upset.....the hype surrounding it is unbelievable!) Best Actor: Kevin Spacey - 21 Heath Ledger - The Dark Knight - isn't it obvious? George Clooney - Leatherheads John Malkovitch - Burn After Reading Tom Cruise - Valkyrie (Brad Pitt could also be Nominated for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button & maybe Josh Brolin for "W" and PERHAPS, although this really is stretching it, Jack Nicholson for "The Bucket List"). Best Supporting Actress: Anjelica Huston - Choke - may win! Tilda Swinton - Burn After Reading Mia Farrow - Be Kind Rewind Frances McDormand - Burn After Reading Scarlet Johansson - The Other Boleyn G
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want to hear about my dream? it was pretty cool!?

okay! so get ready, its pretty long. it all started with my birthday party. my birthday is actually july 13, so ive been getting the party ready. anyways i remember a bunch of people were coming, most my friends, but some where kids from school who im not really friends with. i remember we were just hanging in my bathroom, listening to music with the window open and talking. it odd because i hardly ever open the window in my bathroom and it was night. eventually i left with my friend korie, and we went into my back yard. i remember my family all sitting outside just talking and looking at the stars. so me and korie went and lied down and looked at the stars ( odd again because a month ago she spent the night and we slept on my trampoline and looked at stars) and i said wouldnt it be cool to see shooting stars? and suddenly there was a bunch of shooting stars! i said wow! itd be cool if we saw a falling star too and one star started to fall and we freaked out and it got closer and clo
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Which one of these Oscar winners for best actor in a leading role (Last 30 Years) didn't deserve it?

2008: Sean Penn (Milk) VS Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler), Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon) or Brad Pitt (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) 2007: Daniel Day Lewis (There Will Be Blood) VS Johnny Depp (Sweeney Todd), George Clooney (Michael Clayton) or Tommy Lee Jones (In the Valey of Elah. 2006: Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scottland) VS. Will Smith (The Pursuit of Happyness) or Leonardo DiCaprio (Blood Diamond) 2005: Phillip Seymour Hoffman (Capote) VS. Heath Ledger (Brokeback Mountain), Joaquin Phoenix (Walk the Line) or Terrance Howard (Hustle & Flow) or David Strathairn (Good Night and Good Luck) 2004: Jamie Foxx (Ray) VS. Don Cheadle (Hotel Rwanda), Johnny Depp (Finding Neverland), Leonardo DiCaprio (The Aviator) or Clint Eastwood (Million Dollar Baby) 2003: Sean Penn (Mystic River) VS Johnny Depp (Pirates of the Caribbean), Ben Kingsley (House of Sand and Fog), Jude Law (Cold Mountain) or Bill Murray (Lost in Translation) 2002: Adrien Brody (The Pianist) VS. Jack Nicholson
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What is your favorite movie from each of these actors?

Al Pacino Jim Carrey Richard Pryor Bill Murray Clint Eastwood Denzel Washington Nicolas Cage Will Smith Robert De Niro Mel Gibson Mine are: Al Pacino - Dog Day Afternoon Jim Carrey - Ace Ventura Richard Pryor - Bustin' Loose Bill Murray - Ghostbusters Clint Eastwood - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Denzel Washington - Man on Fire Nicolas Cage - National Treasure Will Smith - I Am Legend Robert De Niro - Cape Fear Mel Gibson - The Road Warrior what's yours?
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R & P film buffs, here's one for you, Akira Kurosawa vs. Akira Kurosawa 4 times, which is better?

R & P film buffs, here's one for you, Akira Kurosawa vs. Akira Kurosawa vs. Akira Kurosawa, which is better? I have 4 films of his in mind "Dreams" or it's also called "Akira Kurosawa's Dreams" or other names too-- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dreams_(film) or "Rashomon" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rashomon_(film) or "Ran" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ran_(film) or "Rhapsody in August"-- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhapsody_in_August Which of these films do you like best & why? True Radio Waves were like Snow, but also Kurosawa has influenced western films as well. Which includes films of the 60's called "spaghetti westerns" from his Samarai films, but also his films influenced even a mobster film I noticed with Bruce Willis. Also he's influenced Directors as well like George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg & Martin Scorcese, just to name a few directors he influenced. Also Terrible Lie did you know those films you mentioned, influenced some 60's Westerns as well, incl
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What do you consider to be the following actors best performance?

Clint Eastwood Robert Mitchum Robert Deniro Jack Nicholson Al Pacino Steve Mcqueen 4thesake Eastood - As Blonide/Man with no name in The Good the Bad and the Ugly. I also got to mention Dirty Harry. I think Unforgiven, In the Line of Fire, and Perfect World is some of his best work as an actor Mitchum- His performance in Night of the Hunter is one of the best I have ever seen. He was also great as Max Caddy in Original Cape Fear Deniro - As Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver and Jake Lemotta in Raging Bull Nicholson - His performance in the Shining is one of my all time favorites. He is also great in One flew over the cuckkos nest Pacino - As Tony Montana in Scarface followed by Michael Chorlone in Godfather Series. He is also great in Dog Day Afternoon and Heat Mcqueen - In the Great Escape. He is alog great in The Getaway, Papilion, and The Cincinnati kd I am huge fan of all these actors
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