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  1. #1
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    Finally. 1999 and Walls of Freedom dvds

    Over the years, I've had a number of people ask me about getting Walls of Freedom and 1999 on dvd. Well, maybe 30 or so people inquired. So now, thanks to you guys, I have 1,000 brand new dvd cases taking up room in my dirty basement, along with a credit card bill that is less than stoke-inducing.

    I wouldn't normally go hard-sell, but at the moment I've got a tough mortgage, surgery bills, a kid due any day now and a necessary remodel next summer because an editing suite in the baby's room just isn't going to work.

    Unfortunately, I'm too much of a slacker to set up any kind of PayPal account, so for now, if anyone wants to help me out and relive some old days, I'm down with taking money the old school way: by check. It's one dvd box (similar cover to original 1999) with two separate dvds of Walls and 1999. 30 bucks includes shipping. I'll probably end up selling them on MSP's site, but for now, anyone interested can get a hold of me at:

    Scott Gaffney
    PO 3086, Olympic Valley, CA 96146

    Thanks!

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    Niiiice. Some of my old favorites. Check coming your way soon.

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    Cool, expect a check from me. Did you use that place I told you about to get them?
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    I know where you live bwahahahahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_powder_monkey
    I know where you live bwahahahahahahaha

    Yup, cuz huck lives in a PO box. That would explain why the powder in Walls looks shoulder deep.

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    Nice. Check on the way. Be sure to save half for the kid's college fund and half for its orthodonture. [/raising arizona]
    bodies be all up on my behind

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    Got 'em. These videos are suh-weet! Amazing skiing and pure joy.

    It's kind of cruel to release them now when most folks won't get to ski for another several months. They got me so hungry to ski. These guys are so talented I can't believe how badly I suck.

    Obscene amounts of Squaw footage makes me extra glad I got my season's pass for me and my kids.
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    Hail to the King. That check is going in the mail on Monday.
    You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huckasoreass
    maybe 30 or so people inquired... ...I have 1,000 brand new dvd cases!
    Well a bussinessman you are not.


    And Jim, I think this is the perfect time to sell ski porn. This time of year I always start jonesing bad for skiing, watching a ski movie almost every day.
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    That's so cool Huck. Check is on the way. Well played.

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    As soon as I'm back in town, you'll be getting a check from me, too.
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    Will you take a check written on a paper towel, drawn in Rubles, from a Cuban bank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster
    Yup, cuz huck lives in a PO box. That would explain why the powder in Walls looks shoulder deep.

    fuck well I could stalk huck from that postoffice
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    I'm in! Now when are going to get what I also really want on DVD, BREATHE!
    Calmer than you dude

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    My check is now in the mail.

    I was one who emailed long ago. I would have accepted VHS, but DVD is cool bonus, THANKS!

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    I will put a check in the mail today. Thanks for helping add to my meager collection of ski movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by truth
    That's so cool Huck. Check is on the way. Well played.
    said so nice, its now said tice.

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    The footage is priceless. Well, maybe it would be priceless if it had footage of me but then again, I'm too fast for film.

    ....NOT
    (way too much caffeine this morning)

    Seriously, I am so impressed by these:


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    Tice? Mike Tice?

    Check will be in the mail in a week, I need to go to Cuba first to put some rubles in a bank for Lane....

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    Balls of Seaman on DVD, sweeeeet!

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    Talking

    Can I fax my check over to you so I get the movies faster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster
    Tice?
    phee times a mady....

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    Sick, some mortgage relief on your way...

    Hopefully I'll finish the unofficial License to Thrill soundtrack this week, but as you can imagine, almost everything else is more important.

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    Dude, now everyone is going to know that you are really Scott Gaffney.

    Lately I have been considering buying an old VCR at a flea market just to watch my WoF tape. The flea market's loss is huckasoreass's gain - check on the way.
    More words?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins
    Well a bussinessman you are not.
    Nope. That's just about the last thing I am. Can't stand the business side of making movies... But I am a writer, and it's spelled businessman.

    Anyway, thanks to everyone for your support. Glad you're stoked, and pass the word along. + vibes for Plakespear!

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