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post #1591 of 3221
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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post


Should have been squirting out like a fire hose . . .

Exactly!
post #1592 of 3221
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Originally Posted by Expat444 View Post

So the part I found unrealistic about this wasn't him severing the arm, it was the relatively small amount of blood, given the stress of the situation and the resulting shock he went into after having his arm cut off, shouldn't there have been blood everywhere not just seeping out from under him when he was on the ground?

Yeah, they should have done a full blown Monty Python with blood shooting all over everyone and Quaryles saying "it's only a flesh wound"
post #1593 of 3221
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

Your post made me curious so I went back and watched the part of the scene in which Limehouse cuts off Quarles arm in slow motion. I thought it was entirely credible. First, Raylan had Quarles forearm firmly under control; second Limehouse's weapon was not a butcher knife, it was a large meat cleaver; and third, Limehouse had a running start and swung the cleaver with both hands, using everything he had. I was convinced.

How many scenes did we see Limehouse use that cleaver to chop off pig legs,ribcages, that is a huge cleaver,.They are very heavy & it's over a 1/4" of hardened steel thick , that's a whole lotta steel being swung around . I have one like that & I've easily chopped thru a steer leg with one swing. they feel like a sledge hammer in weight in your hands.
Whack off a mans arm ,Easy !
post #1594 of 3221
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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post

I thought Limehouse evicted Errol because he sided up w/ one of the other miscreants (can't remember his name).

Limehouse evicted Errol as he had started the whole mess ..
Errol was doing as asked by LimeHouse in trying the setting up Boyd, that didn;t work ... Limehouse also set-up Dickie by tell Raylan that they were headed to Loretta's house to get Mags' money
post #1595 of 3221
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Originally Posted by ron temple View Post

i got the impression from that talk at the counter, that errol having finally fulfilled his role in playing out the scenario he started without lime's permission (and endangering the holler), was now being exiled from the kingdom. Lime always said there would be a price to pay after things played out, but they now had no choice and would follow through on errol's gambit. Exile was the price.

+1
post #1596 of 3221
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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post

Should have been squirting out like a fire hose . . .

Like on 'Spartacus'. They're quite inventive when it comes to different ways to spurt movie-blood around. Such is the difference between premium cable and, um, regular cable.
post #1597 of 3221
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Originally Posted by Expat444 View Post

So the part I found unrealistic about this wasn't him severing the arm, it was the relatively small amount of blood, given the stress of the situation and the resulting shock he went into after having his arm cut off, shouldn't there have been blood everywhere not just seeping out from under him when he was on the ground?

Yeah blood shoulda been sprayed thru out the room ! I cut a finger off & it sprayed the room big time ..
Quarles would have bled out in minutes , & I didn't see anyone running rushing over to put a tourniquet to save his life ...

Sorry for all the rush of posts outta me.
I haven't had time to watch the show till today , as I wanted to rewatch the episode before the finale , so that I was Fresh on what happened . I do recall that Boyd in the 2nd to the last episode was still unconscious & on the ground when Raylan rolled up on the parking lot when Tom was killed
post #1598 of 3221
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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post

Should have been squirting out like a fire hose . . .

Not necessarily. Peripheral arteries have a natural musculature that retracts the artery and contracts when injured. It's a natural defense against just such an injury. Actual blood loss might be limited to venous seepage, which of course would still be considerable, but not "spraying" like an artery can. People frequently survive traumatic amputations just because of this mechanism.
post #1599 of 3221
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Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post

Not necessarily. Peripheral arteries have a natural musculature that retracts the artery and contracts when injured. It's a natural defense against just such an injury. Actual blood loss might be limited to venous seepage, which of course would still be considerable, but not "spraying" like an artery can. People frequently survive traumatic amputations just because of this mechanism.

that didn't happen when I cutoff my finger I had a major squirt with each heart beat . so much so that the person who came over to help got a face full of blood . the finger was re-attached & knock on wood I have full feeling & use . The cut area is still tender & will burn in pain in the cold . That was 30 years ago .
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Does anyone know if FX will do a repeat of Season 3 during the year? I missed a bunch of episodes due to a really crappy illness over the last few months.
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Originally Posted by ti-triodes View Post

Does anyone know if FX will do a repeat of Season 3 during the year? I missed a bunch of episodes due to a really crappy illness over the last few months.

yeah they do, but really late at night ... . but also just before the next season starts they show the complete last season in the 13 weeks before the new season starts .
As I always re-watch those just to get re-freshed on what happened in the last season & I have done this the last 2 years .
hope that will ease some of the pain ..
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Originally Posted by Ron Temple View Post

Yeah, they should have done a full blown Monty Python with blood shooting all over everyone and Quaryles saying "it's only a flesh wound"

And what about that poor kid? Straight to therapy. :-D
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

yeah they do, but really late at night ... . but also just before the next season starts they show the complete last season in the 13 weeks before the new season starts .
As I always re-watch those just to get re-freshed on what happened in the last season & I have done this the last 2 years .
hope that will ease some of the pain ..


Thanks. That helps- a lot! Love this show!!!!
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Originally Posted by bruce73 View Post

And what about that poor kid? Straight to therapy. :-D

Really! He's probably thinking, damn, camping in this area can certainly be dangerous to your mental health!
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Originally Posted by keenan View Post


Really! He's probably thinking, damn, camping in this area can certainly be dangerous to your mental health!

Safe to say he's heading for years of therapy even without the blood fountain
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Originally Posted by daryl zero View Post

While I think that I heard what I heard, I think RonTemple has the full picture. I had forgotten about the earlier business between Limehouse and Errol -- that Errol had started much of everything in motion without Limehouse's sanction.

I would think that Errol would be back in Limehouse's good graces after coming back to help save the day. That's true loyalty!
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

I would think that Errol would be back in Limehouse's good graces after coming back to help save the day. That's true loyalty!

as with the articles state they might kill him off , as the actor is said to have new offers due to his performance on this show ..........
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

I would think that Errol would be back in Limehouse's good graces after coming back to help save the day. That's true loyalty!

My guess too.
Even if he doesn't, there has to be some kind of resolution to their relationship.
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The Errol character will survive if they can get the actor back. He'll just disappear if he's not available. Heck, it's not a sure thing they can bring back Limehouse...it's in negotiations.
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Originally Posted by Ron Temple View Post

The Errol character will survive if they can get the actor back. He'll just disappear if he's not available. Heck, it's not a sure thing they can bring back Limehouse...it's in negotiations.

love to see Limehouse back as well as Errol ...........
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Originally Posted by fastslappy View Post

love to see limehouse back as well as errol ...........

+1
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Would be a real shame if they can't get Limehouse back for next season.
post #1613 of 3221
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Originally Posted by CPanther95 View Post

Loved the finale.

... and to address earlier posts, the only appropriate drink for this show is Bourbon.

Actually, I dispute that. On a long RV trip my wife and I bought a pint of Ole Smoky Apple Pie Moonshine in Gatlinburg,Tennessee. We pour us each a small glass for every episode. Easy drinking, very tasty.

Remember Mags' poisoned apple pie moonshine? I think I have your bourbon beat on this one. Incidentally, we found Ole Smoky moonshine (though not apple pie flavor) in the local liquor store, so it may well be available everywhere, by special order if not on the shelves. Highly recommended for getting you in the mood.
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You might be right. Moonshine may be the better pairing for this show.

... if you stand in a Wal-Mart parking lot here in the Carolinas and throw a handful of pennies up in the air, at least half a dozen will hit a car that has a Mason jar of Apple Pie Moonshine (no trademark, no brand name) in the trunk.
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Originally Posted by cwilson View Post

Actually, I dispute that. On a long RV trip my wife and I bought a pint of Ole Smoky Apple Pie Moonshine in Gatlinburg,Tennessee. We pour us each a small glass for every episode. Easy drinking, very tasty.

Remember Mags' poisoned apple pie moonshine? I think I have your bourbon beat on this one. Incidentally, we found Ole Smoky moonshine (though not apple pie flavor) in the local liquor store, so it may well be available everywhere, by special order if not on the shelves. Highly recommended for getting you in the mood.

my "TeePee back to earth 1880's style" buddies make a Apple Pie outta EverClear 99% Grain alcohol ,bottled Apple Sauce,Cider, Cinnamon, Nutmeg & a dash of brown sugar .
Tastes just like biting into a slice of Apple Pie , smooth as silk.......
They like to give to the young women ,
Dirty Ole Men they are............

Moonshine is hard to get here Cali.................
post #1616 of 3221
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

my "TeePee back to earth 1880's style" buddies make a Apple Pie outta EverClear 99% Grain alcohol ,bottled Apple Sauce,Cider, Cinnamon, Nutmeg & a dash of brown sugar .
Tastes just like biting into a slice of Apple Pie , smooth as silk.......
They like to give to the young women ,
Dirty Ole Men they are............

Moonshine is hard to get here Cali.................

They took EverClear alcohol off the shelves here - now it's essentially a banned substance. Seems a handful of college kids were buying it for their "hairy buffalo" parties and getting all irresponsible 'n such. So somebody complained and found a few legislators looking for a handy political diversion, and voilÃ*! - EverClear is now banned along with such things as over-the-counter pseudoephedrine which a tiny handful of society's uber-losers use to make meth. Now our collegiate "Leaders of Tomorrow" have to buy 2 bottles of cheap vodka to get drunk on instead. That'll teach 'em a valuable political lesson...

Moral of the story: The makers of EverClear need to hire a more influential lobbyist. Fight the Power!

post #1617 of 3221
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

They took EverClear alcohol off the shelves here - now it's essentially a banned substance. Seems a handful of college kids were buying it for their "hairy buffalo" parties and getting all irresponsible 'n such. So somebody complained and found a few legislators looking for a handy political diversion, and voilÃ*! - EverClear is now banned along with such things as over-the-counter pseudoephedrine which a tiny handful of society's uber-losers use to make meth. Now our collegiate "Leaders of Tomorrow" have to buy 2 bottles of cheap vodka to get drunk on instead. That'll teach 'em a valuable political lesson...

Moral of the story: The makers of EverClear need to hire a more influential lobbyist. Fight the Power!


the TeePee bunch go to Reno, Nevada to get their EverClear ...
Cali has banned it as well . it's even illegal to even own the stuff here in the state
post #1618 of 3221
Used to mix Everclear with homemade dandelion wine in my youth. A lot of wild nights began and ended with a group of us imbiding that. But even so, the stuff is dangerous and needs to be respected. It can kill you. The problem is you can put a lot of alcohol in you before you ever feel the effects, so you keep drinking and by the time it hits you, you're dead. As much as I hate big brother watching out for us I can see the caution in making it available. I know we always kept a watchful eye on the young women who were curious to try homemade wine...
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We used it in Purple Passion in college days. Made it up in milk cans. Not sure where that tradition started. Powerful stuff!
post #1620 of 3221
Careful or jandron will take your recipes to his son and they will start using them in the episodes!
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