Nickel and Dimed: Turn Up Your Speakers

If you don’t have time to watch the whole excerpt from The American Ruling Class, then start at 8:03 to see Max jump out of a meat locker for a nice solo with The What band.

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7 Responses to Nickel and Dimed: Turn Up Your Speakers

  1. Jazmin says:

    Thanks for sharing this with us SisterWolf. <3

  2. Angelica says:

    This is great. Thanks for sharing this. Your son must have had a great sense of humor and good ideas about the world, judging by the clip.

    I wonder if the problem is actually just the ignorance of the rich though, or if they genuinely don’t really care? My mom says that rich people think of the world in a completely different way from everyone else.

  3. sisty56 says:

    Loved that movie, and I remembered the clip from when I first saw it, and thought at the time how adorable those musicians were. Funny coincidence, but the director is a good friend of long standing, so next time I see him I’m going to ask him about that scene.

    Angelica, your mom sounds like she knows what she’s talking about.

  4. Sister Wolf says:

    sisty56 – John Kirby adored Max. It’s not a “funny” coincidence. Max’s death broke John’s heart, as it did mine. Do you have some kind of social deficit?

  5. Sister Wolf says:

    Jazmin – Thank YOU, xo

    Angelica – Thank you! I don’t know what it’s like to be rich, but they seem determined to stay that way, often at the expense of the underpaid.

  6. sisty says:

    Look, Sis, it’s clear to me that I got off on the wrong foot with you and should probably write off the possibility of turning that around.

    Of course my reference to a “funny coincindence” had only to do with the fact that you and I know someone in common. A better choice of words would have been “small world” or something like that, but I meant no harm. I thought it might make you feel better to know that someone saw and really liked the part of the film that Max was in. I’m sorry you can’t see that, but I understand nevertheless.

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