Bob Kester

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Sure folks will tell ya I LOVE Pink Floyd…but, when it comes to favorite movies?  Then my answer becomes more complex. If you are looking at trilogies?  Star Wars.  The first three. No. Not the last three. I’m talking IV V and VI.  And yes,  I believe Han shot first.

Second would be The Pirates of the Caribbean movies..after all, I am a man of the sea.
Hey,  while I’m thinking of it, if you have any big fish pics?  Send them to me!
I’ll post ’em on my “lunker fest” pic wall…My e-mail is bkester@rock102.com. Tight lines and reels screamin’!
Now lets talk “B” movies.  After thinking long and hard about this one?
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension!
It’s a classic for obscure lines like “He’s dead.  He fell on his head” or even more
obscure then that,  “Why is there a watermelon there?”
My cell phone ringer is changed so often these days.  You see, technology has
gotten so outta hand that I have many different rings for whoever might be calling me. I DO however have wallpaper on my phone that doesn’t change…
 Now we know where TK-421 has gone off to.

Favorite Website: EBay Baby!!

Favorite movie quote:… “Looking Good Louis…Feeling Good Billy Ray” OR ARRGH ARRGH ARR ARR!!! (Sand People Star Wars IV)

In a previous life… I was a pirate

My cell phone ringer… When I get a call it’s the theme to Sanford & Son

What’s the funniest movie ever made? Fletch and Fletch Lives (Tie)

When I have free time… I Fish. Then I fish some more and if there is any time left, I fish again

Your cell phone number… 7 (It’s a Fletch joke)

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