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Into the Wild, Movie, 2007 IMDB

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G-MANN UK

2009-03-13 22:35

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G-MANN UK

2009-03-13 23:58

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This film is set during 1990-1992.

In one scene, Christopher McCandless (Emile Hirsh) wanders along the road with his thumb out, and out of focus vehicles pass him. It's just as well because they all seem to be anachronistic (Ford F-Series pickup, Toyota Previa, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Volvo tractor unit).

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From an earlier scene:

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Unidentifiable truck:

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ford_guy US

2009-03-14 00:02

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1999-2001 F-250 SuperCab XLT

;)

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G-MANN UK

2009-03-14 00:06

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Thanks, but personally I'm not interested in pickups because basically they aren't cars.

ford_guy US

2009-03-14 00:12

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I know... I gave the information for anybody else who might be interested ;)

G-MANN UK

2009-03-14 00:56

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Well, I know how you Americans love your pickup trucks!

ford_guy US

2009-03-14 01:30

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Another American generalization? :o

Ddey65 US

2009-03-14 01:35

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G-MANN wrote Well, I know how you Americans love your pickup trucks!

Oh, and they don't have Ford Transits and Bedford CF's & J1's as pickups? ;)

G-MANN UK

2009-03-14 01:42

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I meant it in jest ;)

ford_guy US

2009-03-14 01:43

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I know...it just seems to always come up in some way or another :p

G-MANN UK

2009-03-14 01:49

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Sometimes I worry that I come across as too rude and I think "Do we always have to add a smiley on the end of a playful comment?" I think the wittiest comments on internet forums are written in a deadpan fashion.

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ford_guy US

2009-03-14 01:57

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They can be misinterpreted at times, thats why I usually add smileys to avoid any confusion. Some people might think you're rude, but I personally don't. Although as I said before, the whole "Americans like big cars" discussion tends to come up with you at times :p

But I do believe smileys can be a useful tool on the internet...it's not the same as talking to someone in person.

G-MANN UK

2009-03-14 02:14

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ford_guy wrote But I do believe smileys can be a useful tool on the internet...it's not the same as talking to someone in person.


Indeed smileys can be helpful, but sometimes I find them a bit twee (you might need to look that one up because I think in America it's used to descripe a type of music), the winking smiley sometimes feels a bit overused (occaisionally it reminds me of the old winking-flirting thing, but that's just my dirty mind working overtime)

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G-MANN UK

2009-03-14 03:01

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Ddey65 wrote Oh, and they don't have Ford Transits and Bedford CF's & J1's as pickups?


You can get Ford Transits that kind of have a pickup bed but they only used for construction/maintainance work, no one uses them like a car like the way some pickups are. And no one drives Bedford CF and J1s anymore because they are ancient. The most popular non-commericial vehicle pickups in Britain are things like the Nissan Navara and the Mitsubishi L200.

antp BE

2009-03-14 12:06

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G-MANN wrote "Do we always have to add a smiley on the end of a playful comment?"

As I tend to put a " :D " at the end of most of my comments, I also usually see the non-smilied posts as serious :whistle:

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