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Motion Pictures Lost Art: American Hand III

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. Ryan
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    Front page for the General, there goes any chance of buying him a hat anytime soon.
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    Zman's getting soft. Ryan, do a search, ha!
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    I like the way the General thinks, great job...
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    Nope, if you go back and read a lot of the front page journal entries, they are taken from the pages of the HAMB. Been that way for years. It's traditional Jalopy Journal. :p
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    You're absolutely right. Just playin'! That video deserves all the exposure it can get. I ,like others, wish we could have gotten a glimpse in Mark's studio. I wouldn't be surprised if we see something in another series of videos though???
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    Dang that was great! Very well put.
  8. That was awesome. What a great way to start the weekend!
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    Consider me INSPIRED this morning. Thanks to all who were involved.
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    Have one of his prints in my family room, never would have guessed he was so well spoken too.
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    Very enjoyable and relative to our mind set. Thanks Boss.
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    I like. Can't wait to see the Siver City SPL on the beach on Oct.
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    He pretty succinctly put my view of the hobby. Plus the video was really well done. Great way to start a Friday! Off to the WA East West Flathead Run and then to the shop!
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    Great stuff.
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    Great video,great thoughts. All I can say is Thanks! Cat
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    That's just what I needed today. Makes everything we do make a lot more sense. Color me inspired too.
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    That hit the spot.
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    This time round American Hand wields the hammer of truth to hit the "Gospel" nail squarely on the head.:)
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    Great stuff! Well said, General.
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    I have thought for some time we have lost our American edge. As a kid that grew up in the 40s and 50s we had to use our own ingenuity to come up with our "toys". We recycled before it was even a word. It scares me to see us becoming a society that relies on other countries make our stuff for us. We have the knowledge but some how we let others do the work because it is cheaper or to put in the modern terminology, the bottom line looks better. I love to see what we can do, but we as individuals need to take it on our selves to do it.
    Sorry for the rant, but I'm old and see things differently.
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    This coming from a guy that a year and a half ago thought I was going to be able to give up owning and working on an old car. Although the one I bought was a running driving car, there are things I am going to change. Make it mine ,you know. Most of you have been there.
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    Mark loved to hear you think... great stuff
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    I've watched this film a bunch of times, reminds me of Rancho Deluxe, the same quiet passion and devotion to simplicity and craftmanship.
    The same can be said about the Film-maker, make sure you see the others in the series, although off topic, they are equally compelling.
    These films make me feel hopeful about the future of craftsmanship and manufacturing in our country. Perhaps not everyone in a generation has been lost to vidoe games, there are still folks who care about creating with their hands, but I guess that's Ryan's point, isn't it.
    I have my young son watch all these, I think it's working, he wants to start a businees building Long Boards after school and at the Ty-rods show last week he asked me if I thought it was still possible to find a T roadster body to build!
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    One of the things I love about the HAMB is that most of the guys and gals on here are trying to pass our love of things mechanical and pride in doing it ourself on to the future generations. Keep up the good work.
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    great video, I love the shot of the hands feeling around for the center of the metal
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    I wanna be his neighbor. Cool stuff!
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    Loved the content and the artful way it was shot. F'ing Brilliant!
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    What a well done series. So great to see the Good General fetured. Way to go, Mark...you spoke for all of us with this!!
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    You guys give me too much credit. I'm just a jerk who likes old cars.
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    HA!!! Well what the hell do you think the rest of us are??! We just like to see one of our own getting some well deserved recognition!!! You don't give yourself enough credit!!! That video is good shit man!!
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    Very cool Mark

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