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…”5 o’clock Christmas morning, I run downstairs and look under the tree and what do I find? My favorite uncle, Uncle Alfresco, dead on the floor, shot through the back of the head. Plus no bicycle. It was a disappointing Christmas on many levels'”

That is Vinnie Antonelli (played by the Amazing Steve Martin) speaking in the movie “My Blue Heaven” from 1990, sharing with us a sad story from his childhood.

The whole story is about an FBI agent assigned to protect Vinnie, a former mafia member turned into an informant and under the whiteness protection program.

Final Quote: “Are you trying to say capeesh? Well don’t do it, it hurts my ears” ~ Vinnie

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I give up

I completely understand that feeling when your are done and your kids are killing you, specially in airports and when traveling. Check this poor guy. He is totally KO and at least his daughters are in control…

poor guy

Bring it up baby!!

Learn from the Chinese how to transport a bucket of cement from the ground to the fourth floor.

Gravitational buoyancy bitches!! Someno´s high school physics teacher must be real proud.

If you don´t agree with me, call Kim (the subscriber you have dialed is not in service, if you feel you have received this message in error please hang and try your call again later…)

jesus called

Or you better call Saul Goodman.

Nothing

Many times I like nothing, doing nothing or trying not to find a reason to do something. Just enjoying some time inside my “nothing box“.

nothing

As a bonus track about the “nothing box”, one of my favorites places in life, check out this amazing video about the differences between men´s and women´s brains. ENJOY!!

Mr. Vincent Coccoti, Dennis Hopper’s worst nightmare. The Antichrist himself. He is Blue Lavoyle’s conciglieri, the man his son stole from. He played a little “Q&A” with Hopper to find out where the narcotics are and he began offering him a Chesterfield.
Walken and Hopper both at their absolute best, with classic Tarantino dialogue. Truly amazing.This might be the best scene Tarantino ever wrote.
Beautiful, ENJOY!!!

As a bonus track, you will find James Gandolfini as one of Coccoti’s ruffians.

And as the second bonus track, check Tarantino´s (the script writer) comment about this scene. If you enjoyed it so much as I did, you can´t miss them.

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