what that means though is you've been around this block. you've seen it all. you've got a crapload of experience under your belt.
but little is more tiring than that old guy that keeps saying "been there, done that."
i think this poster could fit into one of your "had to be there" seattle stories. the kind that only people "in the know" would get. people who know the deaths get this poster, appreciate this poster for what it is. not a complete inside joke, but close--and it totally works. it's a fargo thing.
and it's not a band of "kids" poking fun at the irony of neil diamond.
ps: i don't mind the discussion, and i love the fact that Art and Frank are both active in this forum. wouldn't be the same without them.
honestly, anyone who saw this poster (aside from anyone who saw it online--giposters.com), probably thought that Punchgut "nailed it."
and that age crack i made, i mean it. i'm still "young" in this poster world, and there are a lot of "old tricks" i still want to try out. i don't care if they've been done a thousand times, I'VE never done them, and it would be a way for me to explore and see why this was done so much, etc... does that make sense?
like, i DID my hotrod monster. but my checklist of "old ideas" i want to try out is long. and i'm gonna do 'em. it's called learning.