Saturday, July 30, 2016

That Movie

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http://www83.zippyshare.com/v/d4mbMASu/file.html
http://www83.zippyshare.com/v/eKAj31uu/file.html
(yes, two links, you'll have to download both of them and un-zip them. 98% of you have done this a thousand times-the rest of you will just have to figure it out yourselves-I do not provided technical support)

So, that movie. Boot scholars have long held that Pretty Woman (1990) was directly responsible for the OTK drought that plagued most of the 90's and early aughts.   I've alluded to it many times and Andy P discusses it at length(and named the effect).  So Pretty Woman gets no love from me, but.........This is a decent quality HD version I trimmed down in 2011. I could probably find a 1080 version, but this one is good enough for the Judas Movie.

That being said, you'll notice the file size is over the zippyshare limit of 200mb, so I've zipped them into two files.  I've avoided uploading larger files  up to now because I dread the inevitable handful of  "I don't know what to do" questions.  I do not provide technical support. I am resisting the urge to be mean or sarcastic. You'll have to figure this out on your own. Seriously, I don't even want "funny" posts about this. It is a HUGE sore spot for me.  Just download both files and if you can't un-zip it, figure it out without me.


3 comments:

  1. If I had $1 for every fashionista blog post I saw that somehow mentioned that they were concerned about looking like "Pretty Woman" when they bought OTKs or THBs, I would be very wealthy.

    This would continue from the time when the boots really started to make a splash again (roughly 2009) up to "recent" times. It's only been since 2015 or so that this fear has finally - FINALLY - died down. It took way too long, IMO.

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