Monday, November 21, 2016

Robert Hendrickson Interview - Ultra Violent Magazine from 2009

The following interview was featured in Issue 10 of Ultra Violent, by Scott Gabbey.















10 comments:

The boy wonder said...

Insert sound track of Cake doing I will survive.

St Circumstance said...
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St Circumstance said...

Most interesting part to me is where he says he doesn't really push when they wont release his film in U.S. because he developed feelings for Squeaky. Mr. H had alot of heart :)

I am grateful for the time we had to learn from him, and listen to him. Which brings me to this:

Thanks to everyone who reads and comments on my posts all year :)
Thanks to everyone who chats about TLB with me all year :)
Thanks to everyone who disagrees with me respectfully for the lively debate :)
Thanks to George and everyone else who contributes great work :)

Special Thanks to Matt,Deb,Patty, and Ann ( Dreath as well- newbie lol) for making this blog what it has become and all of the hard work you do to bring us this place to talk about our commmon interest.

Im thankful to See Bob Dylan tomorrow night in a private box with an open bar lol :) (I called and asked and they do have Coors-light)

Have a great week and a Happy Thanksgiving everyone who reads this and I hope you all enjoy the Holiday in whichever manner you spend it!!

Dreath said...

Saint,

Your best post ever. Well said sir! And a happy Thanksgiving to you as well.

(Although I have to say I think you do need a beer upgrade ;-)

orwhut said...

St.,
Good luck if you're driving. My son was leaving a Dylan concert and got stopped by a state trooper. He spent the night in jail and things didn't get much better when he had is court date.

St Circumstance said...

Orwhut- I never drive anywhere lol I am taking a Uber back and forth :)

orwhut said...

Good plan, St.

St Circumstance said...

lol TY Have a Happy Thanksgiving friend :)

orwhut said...

You too, St. and an enjoyable concert.

Matt said...

“The Constitution was written specifically to protect us all from the established government, not from each other as individuals”.

That is exactly the principle that continues to be a political tug of war to this day. Just depends on the philosophies of whoever holds power, not just in the federal system, but all the way down to town councils and school boards. Thanks for reminding me of that, RH…