Oldhammer Weekender 2014


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Post Mon Jul 28, 2014 1:26 pm

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ramshackle_curtis wrote:I have forgotten what date this thing is on, please post it in the thread title or on the opening post!


Hi there

It's on the 8th/9th/10th of August - two weeks away.
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Post Mon Jul 28, 2014 1:28 pm

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Awesome thanks! That is cool. I am getting too old for all this "remebering new information" malarky!
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Post Thu Aug 07, 2014 5:45 pm

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Called in at East Stoke on the way up this afternoon - just have to say Foundry have pulled the stops out for us this weekend, all looking good for a excellent weekend of Old hammer. :D :D :D

Thanks to all at Foundry for your stirling efforts

Paul / Golgfag1

PS I did pick up a few bits and pieces while I was there, it would have been rude not to.
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Post Thu Aug 07, 2014 5:51 pm

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Arhhhh so excited now, can't wait to get travelling in the morning :ugeek:
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Post Thu Aug 07, 2014 7:56 pm

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Golgfag1 wrote:Called in at East Stoke on the way up this afternoon - just have to say Foundry have pulled the stops out for us this weekend, all looking good for a excellent weekend of Old hammer. :D :D :D

Thanks to all at Foundry for your stirling efforts

Paul / Golgfag1

PS I did pick up a few bits and pieces while I was there, it would have been rude not to.


I passed right by this evening on the way back from Chesterfield but frustratingly too late to call in :(

Looking forward to this Saturday :D
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Christopher
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Post Thu Aug 07, 2014 9:38 pm

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Golgfag1 wrote:Called in at East Stoke on the way up this afternoon - just have to say Foundry have pulled the stops out for us this weekend, all looking good for a excellent weekend of Old hammer. :D :D :D

Thanks to all at Foundry for your stirling efforts

Paul / Golgfag1

PS I did pick up a few bits and pieces while I was there, it would have been rude not to.

You picked a somewhat hectic day to pop in. :D
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Post Wed Oct 15, 2014 7:55 pm

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Dear All,

I find myself at Home with a cold, without the enthusiasm to do a great deal other than feel fairly sorry for myself and contemplate my navel; where is this leading, I hear you beginning to mumble and why post in this topic? Well, a chance conversation over a pint or two on Saturday night with a couple of gentlemen from across the water attending BOYL - led to a discussion about all sorts of things and a particular film was mentioned - The Holy Mountain - Well, being a fairly open minded chap, today - I WATCHED IT and have to say - Gentlemen, I see your point - great symbolism; but it was rather 70's avant-garde (excuse for a (in no particular order) drug, drink and sex fueled binge around Mexico) which really didn't have a great deal to say - A part from - Sorry God, we really do muck things up and we must repeat the exercise, just so we can do it all over again!
Thanks for an experience I won't be repeating in the none too distant future. :?

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Post Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:24 pm

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Jodorwski at his most controversial. El Topo is a bit of an easier film to watch to be honest, but I just love Holy Mountain. I should make some figures from it!

It is worth watching "Jodorwskis Dune" as it will help you to understand the guy better and so be able to place his artistic vision. Also has LOADS of cool stuff about Dune in it. It is about him trying to get Dune made as a 20 hour psychedelic art extravaganza. I mean it was epic! He got Salvador Dali to agree to play the Emperor!
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Post Thu Oct 16, 2014 5:06 pm

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Yay you watched it Paul! :)

I doubt many people will watch it a second time, one visual scarring is enough for most people I suspect.

Hopefully we will get around to Holy Mountain the campaign in the next year, I kid you not!

The first steps have been taken...

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http://sho3box.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/ordo-hereticus-inquisitor-jodorowsky/

Curtis, if you make some Holy Mountain inspired stuff that would be just splendid! Really I must check out the Dune documentary now.
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Post Thu Oct 16, 2014 5:54 pm

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theottovonbismark wrote:The first steps have been taken...


That is one hell of a pretty model! :o
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