Just thought it might be interesting to ask how people realized "Damn, I really like that" in relation to this... so I guess I need to start then, don't I? I was young, about 10 or so, when I was going upstairs to my room, and there was a movie on TV. I stopped to watch a bit, and there were three surly looking guys playing cards in a western saloon with a woman. The woman was winning, and once when she reached for the pile of chips, one of the guys grabbed her wrist and turned her hand over, and she had cards stuck in her sleeve. The camera went to a closeup of her horrified expression, and then the next shot was of her being thrown through the saloon window. The camera was positioned so that when she came out the window it was on a sideways angle, so all you saw was her crash through it. That's what did it for me. Fortunately even at that young age I was able to separate fantasy from reality. What can I say, I have great parents. They took the time to teach me things like that. Anybody else got a story they want to share?