Old 11-07-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
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Should I appeal this one or should I let it go? The motorbike is part of the scene and is not really hiding the engine. Many thanks in advance for your thoughts.

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Old 11-07-2011, 04:15 PM   #2
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In my opinion, the guys on the bike really stick out....my eye is immediately drawn to them every time I look at the photo. the train is just something in the background. Again, that's just my opinion.
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Old 11-07-2011, 04:42 PM   #3
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Agreed.

This one is nice.

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Old 11-07-2011, 09:50 PM   #4
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This is a great Forum..NEW GUY,here ..but i have to say Hatchetman's got it,your eye goes right to the bike,and not only that, whatever he's doing...i have to scratch once in a while but i wouldn't post it...OT
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It is also leaning to the left ever so slightly.

I think if the guy on the bike were facing you, it might fly.

Cloudy too.
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Old 11-08-2011, 04:52 AM   #6
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So "let it go" wins 4 - 0 against "appeal" .....

Many thanks to all of you Guys for your thoughts.
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Old 11-09-2011, 12:29 AM   #7
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Hi team,

Should I appeal this one or should I let it go? The motorbike is part of the scene and is not really hiding the engine. Many thanks in advance for your thoughts.

http://www.railpictures.net/viewreje...&key=354697529

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One quick step to the right would have saved this picture.
It's just a jump to the left...

And then a step to the right.

Put your hands on your hips.

You bring your knees in tight...
But it's the pelvic thrust, that really drives you insane.

Let's do the time-warp again.
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Appropriate, given that the scene is itself a time warp! Long live the Trabant!

Actually, there is no known way to kill off a Trabant.
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It's just a jump to the left...

And then a step to the right.

Put your hands on your hips.

You bring your knees in tight...
But it's the pelvic thrust, that really drives you insane.

Let's do the time-warp again.
Dang your old...

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FZMK...eature=related

When I was going to college, we had a campus cinema run by students at the student union. They had Rocky Horror there ONCE. They werent really prepared for people acting it out, and some of the students went kind of overboard and ended up ruining the screen and made a mess...

There was a older movie theater that used to run it every Friday at Midnight for years, it was a lot of fun. People acted responsible and didnt go too overboard with the liquids.

Some people don't get it, their loss I guess.

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When I was going to college, we had a campus cinema run by students at the student union. They had Rocky Horror there ONCE. They werent really prepared for people acting it out, and some of the students went kind of overboard and ended up ruining the screen and made a mess...

There was a older movie theater that used to run it every Friday at Midnight for years, it was a lot of fun. People acted responsible and didnt go too overboard with the liquids.

Some people don't get it, their loss I guess.
I remember the first time I saw Animal House, it was at the local university in town and I was in junior high (they didn't check ids when they let you in) and I was with my high school friends.

Every time Dean Wormer appeared on the screen, people would throw beer cans and bottles at it and scream "asshole."

(At that time the university used the NASCAR rules for BYOB - coolers where not only allowed, but encouraged.)

And when Bluto yelled "food fight," well you know what happened.

The Associated Students Union at UC Riverside seemed ready for that and they showed all kinds of movies at that venue.

Rocky Horror was a classic and the first time I saw that was about 7th grade which is just the right age for all the water and things - it was a hoot.

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I also have fond memories of going up to Pittsburgh, somewhere in the Oakland area, to see Rocky Horror. Liquids were certainly allowed.

Drop it!
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I'm not sure if anyone else noticed it, but the nose is really noisy in the rejected photo. In my opinion, the accepted version posted by Janusz of a slightly different scene is much more appealing.

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I'm not sure if anyone else noticed it, but the nose is really noisy in the rejected photo.
Kind of reminds me of one of your recent submissions.
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Kind of reminds me of one of your recent submissions.
Just one?



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Kind of reminds me of one of your recent submissions.
Anybody else notice the "glowing" high hood BN geep today? lol!
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You got a one finger salute smiley by any chance, Jim?

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