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Toasterhead
Tuesday 21 November 2006, 16:07 pm
Filed under: Electric Shadows, Things That Scare Toaster

Blue Velvet

You mentioned DeMille. Here’s another director:
http://www.variety.com/vstory/VR1117954009.html?categoryId=38&cs=1

It has nothing to do with the subject at hand, but I love what goes on “locally” here is Los Angeles.

Mr. Lynch has such awesome hair!

We’re hoping he’ll accept our proposal for an avant-garde film on the surreal aftermath of kitchen appliances.

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What do you think?

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Genius. Pure genius.

For those of you unfamiliar with the actor above and his work:

http://www.lynchnet.com/absent/nancepre.html

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Here’s a site Toaster may enjoy perusing:
http://www.nicelytoasted.net/index.php

Comment by Blue Velvet

Sorry. I KNEW I remembered a toaster in relation to David Lynch:

“He puts a piece of bread into the toaster and pushes the toaster
“on.” As the toaster heats up a strange electrical disturbance
starts in Ronnie’s chest and soon he is emitting through his
mouth a high pitched electrical scream. The toast blows out
of the toaster scorched black and burning. Deborah screams.
Smoke begins filling the room. Bob and Dan rush Ronnie into
the living room. His little eyes are rolled back. Bob and Dan
begin looking at various components of the chest-appliances.”

From David Lynch’s screenplay “Ronnie Rocket, or The Absurd Mystery of The Strange Forces of Existence”:

http://geocities.com/~mikehartmann/ronniescript.html

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