Country: us of a
HAPPY DUDE YEAR .."ACES & JACKS (EYE) 'MAN !
Bad Blake is an inspiration to Bum Wagler.
thanks for all the great stuff over the years! And really like your website.
Like your creativity. Would like to know wear got the jacket on that Stella Artos commercial?
hi jeff!!!!!!!!!!!!! please come to a chicago convention!!!!! me and my mom (a lifelong fan) would be over the moon to see or even meet you!!!!!! thank you for crazy heart!!!!!!! :D
My father, the Big Lebowski
In an Irish nightclub, I saw a few years ago a great phrase: "In doubt, play Stevie" [Wonder]. And I add: in case of vital doubt, stressful situation, noise, fear or skin problems or at work or at home, the answer is: The Big Lebowski, my father.
Yes, my father was the Big Lebowski. I have to reveal it to him: He and people like him inspired the character of the movie. My father had no idea of money, and as The Note, he was able to pay with a check a purchase of sixty-nine cents. And to have a good time turning around in the shelves of a third-class supermarket, looking at and scrubbing the colors and shapes of the bricks of milk, or a very cool electric screwdriver that did not do any fault but that ended up buying. My father, in shorts, prominent belly, badly crooked shirt, stained, chin and mustache quite long, and glasses lowered in the middle of the nose. My father, like Lebowski, studied, yes, and surely smoked some substances while studying, and he probably held some rectorate.
My father, like Lebowski, and this is very important, I loved music, loved the Creedence, and also Kenny Rogers, and he transmitted this love to the truth music. For the well-played guitar. And had tapes and discs stored as relics. And above all, my father was in no hurry. And never, never in life, he followed any fashion. He wore clothing that came out of his noses, and little he cared for, because he could be perfectly 'in the skin'. Lebowski wears plastic flip-flops to go to the rocks. Wool jackets and old shirts. My father, worse things.
Thank you, Lebowski, thank you, but do not fret. And to look with a blind eye to those who made moralistic discourses, the rich, the powerful. Without being angry. It is not worth it Almost without mute. Peace, friends, peace and love. "Fine, that's what you think," Lebowski answers to one of these sermoners. Oh, and I was forgotten: after seeing how in front of him there is no need to repair an injustice (they have been pissed into their mats, which made a good impression on the dining room, they have pissed their whore mats) , no problem: take a much larger mat, and take it home. Happy That was my dad! I did not have too many manners to do justice. When Franco died he walked by car with a banner: "The war is not over."
All this does not come out in any tweet, no social network or advertise. In Lebowski, my father, they were much more interesting to return with their friends. One, in the bowling alley to play, and the other in the hockey rink. And then, the one to make a white Russian, and the other to take his favorite drink: a large metal cup filled with cold milk, a lemon ron, cinnamon powder and sugar. All well scrambled, and drunk with big dits, that they left the white mustache.
Then I imagine both stretched to the sofa, relaxed, happy, calm. Peacefully. With lots of bills and debts to pay. And what. With a lot of unexpected adventures they were willing to live, or even invent, always with friends, always with a bonhomia smile.
It's the smile of those who will not miss you, whom you do not want, except to have fun. And to disassemble disassembling an engine that does not work even if it ends up spoiling more than it was before (my father) or finding the way to continue hurrying the leek with tweezers (Lebowski). Without great speeches or proclamations, because in the end there will always be the bar, the bowling alley or the skating rink. And, of course, my father would not have any doubt: if the receptacle where a friend's ashes are to be deposited is worth a paste, he would put the ashes in a metal bucket of olives. And I would do it, too, with a smile, to definitively say goodbye to his friend in front of the sea. And keep living the life, making mistakes, making mistakes, making mistakes. Innocent mistakes Living, in the best sense of the word. And, yes, always without a hard one. Neither does he make them.
Note: It may seem to someone to praise superficial passion. Nothing farther from reality. Who knows if the deepest, most revolutionary and most annoying thing for the system is to do like them, to try to do good with oneself and people who love each other, live peacefully and without proclamations, moralizing lessons or grandiloquent sentences. I believe that in times like these, which invite so much anxiety and the desperation that is vital to the world, avoiding self-confidence and making your own life and your friends easier and simpler is a great counter-cultural lesson. Lesson that is done without thinking, because it comes out from within.
Country: USA BABY
Great Stella Artois commercial! ...guess I’m gonna have to try it now-
i like your site..very funny and personal
just saying to u hi!!
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Still any chance of a sequel to Starman, is it still happening? One of my all time greatest film,! I miss the 80's!....
Country: United States
I wanted to let Jeff know I have been a fan of his since The Last Picture show in 1971, when I was nine. Lebowski is my favorite movie. My sons, friends and I send dialogue from Lebowski as texts all the time. Jeff's understated performance was hilarious. I have seen all of his movies and observed how he has conducted his life. I watched his acceptance speeches for his Oscar and Cecil B DeMille awards. It's obvious Jeff is a good guy. He is one of the rare entertainers who has made me proud to be his fan. I wanted to let him know.
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