a before padded playground production
costarring mulligan and toshiro nakadai as bl....
written by johnney longbottoms produced by...
directed by film director
color by crayoli locations provided by jim beard
soundtrack available for listening at videos.com
obviously the johnny longbotoms and crayoli are jokes, crayoli referring to crayola the crayon company. looking up toshiro nakadai brought me to a movie actor, tatsyua nakadai.
can anybody find anything on before padded playground productions?
which, if I have this right, talks of pirates and particularly associates people from Dunkirk with venereal disease. Which all seems appropriate to the Captain and his crew. So my question is, is there anything in NYC particularly associated with Dunkirk?
Now excuse me whilst I DIE from piratical cuteness.
Posted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 1:48 pm
OK. Count me in on this one. I'm 20 minutes outside NYC and about 5 from Staten Island. If anyone needs me to go check something out let me know.
Posted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:32 pm
Funny you should mention that, from Mulligan earlier today on Twitter:
@simonpegg I wants ta follow you on the twitters, but the Captain (@sodoffbuggers) says I'm not allowed. Bullocks is what I says!
about 3 hours ago via Seesmic
Also lots of HIGH-LARIOUS new pics on the facebook site and a claim about the ship they found at the WTC site. [edit: "they" meaning not the pirates, but normal humans excavating the site]
There's also some mention of a Johnny Longbottoms on the FB site:
Embarrassed about throwing Johnny Longbottoms overboard, Captain pretends he doesn't see Crothers, and Crothers pretends he can't see Captain.
And more infectious cuteness.
Spoiler (Rollover to View):
edit2: har har har they can't sees each other on account of their trick eyes a piece, har har.
Posted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:53 am
Just a thought...
Did anyone else notice that the only person that the Captain happens to be following on twitter is Simon Pegg? Who happens to be starring in The Adventures of TinTin: The Secret of The Unicorn, which happens to be about a treasure hunt?
Could be a total coincidence, or a clue to who might be behind this. After all, the movie is being directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Peter Jackson, so the budget would be there for this kind of stunt.
Posted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 3:37 am
yo ho ho and a bottle of chocolate milk
Well count me in.
Posted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:55 am
Another one im gonna have to stay tuned on. Im a NJ guy with access to NY.
Posted: Thu Jul 15, 2010 9:55 pm
Mulligan's Twitter had one about lost & found, it's an expired post on Manhattan's craigslist...so it's a consideration to check.
I'm wondering if these general sounding posts might be clues and hints...things about favorite cakes and pies, or his pants are on fire, fried chicken day, etc. could they be alluding to actual shops and stores in some particular area where the treasure would be hidden?
Like this one from Captain
#PirateTip 10: Dividin' treasure: Dig a hole. Push yer lootin' partner down hole. Cover up hole with sharks an' cannibals an' gunpowder.
Is there a spot with sharks, cannonballs, gun powder? Like statues or something in a park?
See where I'm headed?
Posted: Thu Jul 15, 2010 9:40 pm
I dont know if anyone else has been following the Twits of the Pirates, but they are saying some outlandish things. They have mentioned the controversy with mel Gibson andf talking about different nationalities. I am starting to get a idea that this is not NYC Tourism.
Anyone have any thoughts on this?
Posted: Thu Jul 15, 2010 4:36 pm
I have been to Roosevelt Island as well, but l did not get close to the asylum! It is an interesting place that is for sure.
Posted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 8:02 pm
fun fact: Roosevelt Island has an abandoned asylum that I was way too chicken to see for myself. :/
i got really close though.
Posted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:14 pm
I have been doing a little light reading, New York has many islands through out its Boroughs, do you think it might be on one of them. The first one that comes to mind is Roosevelt Island whick is only 300 yards from the city but is like a little suburb.
Just an idea, this is not going to be easy though there is a lot of New York and the treasure could be anywhere.
Posted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 1:32 pm
its not breaking the law to dig on private land if the owner allows/encourages it.
the bigger issue w/ private grassland in new york is that practically no one has a yard (unless you're the mayor, in which case you have a huge yard).
new york is huge. (manhattan alone is pretty big, add the other 4 boroughs, and its ginormous).