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Paul Bruening

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About Paul Bruening

  • Birthday 02/27/1962

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    Producer
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    Oxford, Mississippi

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  1. Sorry to hear the bad news..

  2. Sorry I wasn't around to hear the news. You were a great chap. Will be sorely missed!

  3. That's really sad.

    Paul's very last post here was to wish Tim Tyler a happy birthday.

    One of the more sensible posters here.

    We'll miss you, Paul.

  4. On behalf of all of us forum members that have learned so much, here, and derived enjoyment herein, many thanks and a happy birthday.
  5. Yes. I did. I was hoping to see if any one of my fellows saw it and had the same reactions or are mine more unique to me.
  6. Cate really stole the show. Russell meated his way through the whole thing. I'm still trying to grasp the sense of distance that ends up in all of Ridley's works. I never quite cross that line of full transference with his principles.
  7. Hello Andrew, May I ask you some legitimate questions? Why ghost hunting? Parapsychology is already a field of study that begs credibility. Ghost hunting is the glitziest, yet, least credible aspect of that field. Are you doing this as an aspect of parapsychology or an aspect of video production?
  8. I saw it yesterday in 35mm. It looked really good. I could see the individual threads in the lead's brown suit on medium and CU shots.
  9. This may be a brilliant idea. Why don't we come up with a list of replacement words for every other form of cinema technology and flood REDuser with discussions using the words. I think there are more than enough words for French pastry to cover the lexicon: "The bichon au citron in the new upgrade of the gougère is more than 4canelé! I don't care what that guy, Phil Profiterole, over at C.com says!"
  10. I jumped on Vista 64 bit right away and am still regretting it. I went right back to XP Pro. I'm hearing good things about 7. But, I've learned that letting other people iron out problems before I lay down money is not a bad approach.
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