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"Enough Rope" - this Monday night
Dave C
16/11/2007
9:53:38 PM
Andrew Denton will be talking to the inimitable Mr Jon Muir. If Jon is anything like I remember him then this should be amusing and entertaining!
dalai
Online Now
19/11/2007
5:33:26 PM
*bump* Should be interesting!

cruze
20/11/2007
8:41:39 AM
Crazy cat.
JohnK
20/11/2007
9:02:07 AM
and he did not dissapoint. It was a very entertaining interview right from the start also highlighting some of the eccentricity of the wild man

Capt_mulch
20/11/2007
9:39:40 AM
It was an interesting interview, but not that much was said. It seemed to be more a chance to observe someone who just may have spent a little too much time in the desert (sandy and frozen). I do like the fact that he plucks his own chooks, and I'm sure a lizard does look (and probably is) tasty after a couple of weeks of not much tucker.

Best quote? After driving into Sydney peak hour traffic:: "Four million people can be wrong!"

Capt_mulch
20/11/2007
10:59:32 AM
Talking about Muirs. What has become of Bridgitte Muir? I forced my way through 'The Wind In My Hair', but I wasn't really impressed.

BigMike
20/11/2007
11:21:48 AM
On 20/11/2007 Capt_mulch wrote:
I'm sure a lizard does look (and probably
>is) tasty after a couple of weeks of not much tucker.
>

His lips tended to look like hell in a lot of that footage! Bright red and raw. Or was it the colour balance? Or lizard blood?

Capt_mulch
20/11/2007
11:27:02 AM
I think his lips were as cooked as the lizard...
widewetandslippery
20/11/2007
11:43:59 AM
Captain I liked four million people can be wrong. I was going to get a "humanity is over rated" t shirt for my work xmas party like that finish school kid mass murderer wore but as I live in sydney I like muirs line. anyone from sydney make tshirts cheap?

DaCrux
20/11/2007
11:57:33 AM
What a space cadet. Very entertaining but the way they edit the interviews really bugs me. Everything sounds a bit disjointed.
BA
20/11/2007
12:14:50 PM
On 20/11/2007 Capt_mulch wrote:
>Talking about Muirs. What has become of Bridgitte Muir? I forced my way
>through 'The Wind In My Hair', but I wasn't really impressed.

Once again, if you went to Nati for the Frinj you would have seen lots of artworks by the likes of Pritchard, Brigitte Muir, Jane Wilkinson, Jill McLeod and others.

There was also an artwork called "One Be(a)d To The Left" which is mentioned on another thread.

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