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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 6:20 pm 
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My apartment used to have a Murphy bed ( www.murphybedcompany.com/home.php?section=history ), mounted on the back of a door that would swing open 180 degrees on a central pivot. In fact, all of the apartments in my building used to have a Murphy bed in them and in some of them (not mine) the outside of the door was disguised as a fireplace. It's sort of like having a secret room that you could use for a dungeon or something.

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That poster looks pretty magical as well.

Yes, I thought that too....whats it all about Alfie:?:

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A better question: why, after discovering that your LA apartment didn't have a fake fireplace, did you spend tens of thousands of dollars renovating it to add one?? :roll:


He doesn't have to explain his art to you, Warren.

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maxfrost wrote:
My apartment used to have a Murphy bed ( www.murphybedcompany.com/home.php?section=history ), mounted on the back of a door that would swing open 180 degrees on a central pivot. In fact, all of the apartments in my building used to have a Murphy bed in them and in some of them (not mine) the outside of the door was disguised as a fireplace. It's sort of like having a secret room that you could use for a dungeon or something.


When I was a kid, I thought having a Murphy bed would be the coolest thing ever. Mostly because of Eddie Valiant.

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maxfrost wrote:
My apartment used to have a Murphy bed ( www.murphybedcompany.com/home.php?section=history ), mounted on the back of a door that would swing open 180 degrees on a central pivot. In fact, all of the apartments in my building used to have a Murphy bed in them and in some of them (not mine) the outside of the door was disguised as a fireplace. It's sort of like having a secret room that you could use for a dungeon or something.


When I was a kid, I thought having a Murphy bed would be the coolest thing ever. Mostly because of Eddie Valiant.

Me too!


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Rian's already looking toward his next project and is currently working on a script called Looper. "It's sci-fi," he says, "but it's very much -- well, I think people toss out Philip Dick sci-fi when they mean 'small, dark' sci-fi. Although, when I think of Philip Dick's books, I think of something very different. I think people are confusing it with the movie 'Blade Runner.' To me, it's a lot more like the first 'Terminator.' It's very sci-fi but it's also very character-based... It's like the first 'Terminator' in that it involves time travel... It's actually really different [from 'Bloom']. It's really violent and dark."


Wha?!

How did we not here about this first??

Dark? Violent? Sci Fi? Time travel?! Sounds amazing! Is it to early to start begging for an internship?

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Oh come onnn, I MUST have mentioned Looper here, right?

Right?


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Nope. Not a-once.


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rcjohnso wrote:
Oh come onnn, I MUST have mentioned Looper here, right?

Right?


Maybe you're confusing us with your other forum? You know, the one on the alternative internet...

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I tried to post there once, but got banned by sarah's evil twin sister.

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I tried to post there once, but got banned by sarah's evil twin sister.


You mean, our Sarah's the good twin?

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Bear in mind, that was what she said...


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That's what SHE said!

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