Cole Jacobs
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Beau J Toups replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Good smokes in the group Cigars, Cigars, Cigars
"Hello, im new to this group and if anyone wants to buy cigars in bulk i have found thompson cigar auction is a good place to buy them. It works like ebay and the prices are usually better for most cigears that i have found."
Nov 23, 2015
KL15 replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"I have to concur. For years I was not fond of Timothy Dalton's Bond at all. I must admit, however, that I believe his movies age wonderfully. Moreover, to your point, I went back and reviewed his two films and it seems to me that he was doing…"
Mar 3, 2014
Longarm replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Good smokes in the group Cigars, Cigars, Cigars
"I had a Isla del Sol (by Drew Estate) the other day that I bought from a Cigar/Coffee shop.  It is a mild, sugar-tipped and infused with coffee, which made for a very interesting flavor.  At about 3/4 through, it tasted more like a regular…"
Oct 28, 2013
Phillip J Reeves replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"I know Dalton is not Popular, but as someone who has scene all incarnations of bond, including one where he was american, and has read and re-read all of the books.  I really think that Dalton's Bond was the closest to what Ian Fleming…"
Sep 24, 2013
Michael Leer replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Good smokes in the group Cigars, Cigars, Cigars
"I'll throw in my latest sticks: Undercrown, Romeo by Romeo Y Julieta, and a Tatuaje Miami  Great smokes all around. I can't afford to partake in the better stuff so I need to find the cheap gems"
Sep 14, 2013
Ben White replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"Moonraker is the best Bond film I have seen. I still need to see The Living Daylights and Quantum of Solace."
Sep 8, 2013
Dann Anthony replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"I appreciated how closely Goldfinger stuck to the book. Then again, Maybe the producers just used up the better books early and had to rework the other titles. "The Spy Who Loved Me" took place entirely in some roadside motel, if I recall…"
Jun 11, 2013
KL15 replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"That is a fine film. Especially so consideriding the complications that went with its production and the problems that Connery was having with the producers."
Jun 11, 2013
Neil H replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"I'm trying to decide on my favorite Fleming inspired film, and think I have to choose You Only Live Twice. As well as the obligatory mention of Goldfinger."
Jun 11, 2013
Dann Anthony replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"She was special, by damn. I give Roger Moore props; according to the commentary on the FYEO DVD, he said something like "Please don't make me seduce that child onscreen," concerning the skier Bibi who threw herself at Bond. Moore…"
Jun 11, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"Surprised not a lot of fans for You Only Live Twice, probably my second favorite of the Connery movies"
Jun 11, 2013
Steve Dallas replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"Well come on, For Your Eyes Only had one of the hottest Bond girls of all time(well, in my opinion that brunette is unreal hot) paired with the really awkward 2CV car chase."
Jun 11, 2013
Dann Anthony replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"Yeah - an invisible car? Changing the villain's race from Korean to Anglo with a lengthy and agonizing DNA "transplant"? A great Bond that never was is Clive Owen. He's more in line with Fleming's conception than is Craig,…"
Jun 11, 2013
Neil H replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"As Brosnan was my first Bond, I hold a certain place for him. But I have to agree about Die Another Day. I think Brosnan did fine as playing the role, but the writing and directing ruined the film. I think they went down the wrong path when they…"
Jun 11, 2013
Michael Malloy replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"Die Another Day indeed bordered on being an exploitation film with a 1950s comicbook plot, and Halle Berry stole the show with her girl-power kungfu moves and cheesy one liners that should have remained in the Moore era! Nice set of legs, mind..…"
Jun 11, 2013
Dann Anthony replied to Cole Jacobs's discussion Best bond movie in the group James Bond Appreciation Club
"I'm with you there - thought Dalton was absolutely the right guy for the role, even if the flicks took a wrong turn. There was a canine quality to him that made Bond a kind of juggernaut, the way Connery was. And Dalton was a fine actor,…"
Jun 11, 2013

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Animal Farm, Poker tells essentials, The Godfather, 60 feet 6 inches, Opperation family secrets
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Goodfellas, Casino, The Godfather, The Blues Brothers, National Treasure, Back To Th Future, original three Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Gladiator, James Bond, Gran Torino, The Good The Bad And The Ugly
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At 10:23am on March 26, 2013, Herb Munson said…

Hey there, Cole. Just wanted to say welcome to The Great Debate! Great to have you with us.

 
 
 

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