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In response to: Lance Aue (1953-2017)

Rachel Mcdonald [Visitor]
Thank you for writing this tribute about my Uncle Lance. He was a special man and we will miss him dearly.
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 31, 2017 @ 21:26

In response to: Lance Aue (1953-2017)

Barbara Aue bunten [Visitor]
Thank you so much Paul for your tribute to my brother, He was one of a kind,I can just see him in heaven telling his jokes to everyone he meets. His passing has left a huge hole in my heart. When we were children lance and I made up our own language together, I called him Pierre. He always had a smile on his face, and was willing to help anyone with computer problems or appliances. He was a great Uncle to my son's,and grandchildren..so glad we were together for our Mom's 90th birthday. You are missed by all Lance, thank you for being a Great brother and friend. We will never forget you Lance. All my love, your sister Barbara
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 20, 2017 @ 20:30

In response to: Lance Aue (1953-2017)

Paul Rudoff [Member]
Hi Everyone

I'm glad that you found my tribute, and thanks for the kind words. In addition to the tribute, my sister Michelle and I contributed to Lance's memorial fund, as we both know what it's like to lose a loved one. Especially someone whom I depended upon financially. Our father died in early 2014, and our mother followed him in late 2015.

How is Linda doing?

When she and I last spoke last week, she was still in the hospital, but it seems that she's no longer there. I tried the home phone, but it seems to have been disabled as calls don't go through. I tried what I believe to be her cell phone, but it just goes to voicemail and messages are un-returned. Lance's work cell has a full mailbox and the main work number has been (understandably) disconnected.

I'm left with no numbers with which to contact Linda to see how she's holding up. Please tell her to call me. She should remember the number. If not, please shoot me an e-mail to give me the best phone number to reach her at.


-- Paul Rudoff
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 20, 2017 @ 20:12

In response to: Lance Aue (1953-2017)

Dennis Aue [Visitor]
Thank you Paul for this tribute. Lance was a very special guy, he got great satisfaction in life when helping people. All people were the same to Lance they were all an opportunity to tell a joke maybe a joke he had told you before. Lance will be so missed by his family and friends.
We pray for his wife Linda of 40 yrs
Love you Lance
Your brother Dennis
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 20, 2017 @ 12:50

In response to: Lance Aue (1953-2017)

Rebecca Hossenlopp [Visitor]
What a great tribute to Uncle Lance. Thank you Paul. Uncle Lance was such a sweet and giving man. As a kid I often had no idea what his jokes meant but I would laugh anyway because he was laughing and when he was smiling and laughing it made everyone around him want to do the same. I'm so glad I had the opportunity to see him this summer and that my daughter was able to meant him and experience his love. You are missed Uncle.
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 20, 2017 @ 10:51

In response to: Lance Aue (1953-2017)

Gary Aue [Visitor]
This tribute tells of my brother Lance just like he was. He always had a joke to tell or one liners from a movie. He loved his ham radios and computers and he loved his wife of 40 plus years with all his heart. Anybody that knew him knew how much he loved Linda. I miss my brother Lance alot. Everyone that knew him loved him. No one ever had anything bad to say about him. Rest peacefully brother l Love you and miss you your brother Gary
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 20, 2017 @ 09:53

In response to: Lance Aue (1953-2017)

Frank Ecker.......Lindas brother [Visitor]
Great tribute to lance very well done
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 20, 2017 @ 09:29

In response to: Fan-Made Real Ghostbusters Score Album

Paul Rudoff [Member]
Zidders - That's actually the promo pilot, as covered here on Spook Central.
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 14, 2017 @ 13:30

In response to: Fan-Made Real Ghostbusters Score Album

Zidders Roofurry [Visitor]
PermalinkPermalink Jul. 13, 2017 @ 22:54

In response to: The Real Ghostbusters Volumes 6 to 10 Sony 2016 DVD Review

BigGBFan [Visitor]
Hey Timo & everybody else: I happen to have that German/English set. I can confirm that the ep titles and credits at the start of each ep are in Eng, that Eng audio is an option, that all discs include artwork, that sticker art is included along with 2 postcards, and that the booklets include more artwork.

Also, Region Free players typically include a PAL-to-NTSC converter for foreign DVDs. Otherwise, they would be pretty useless, as almost all non-region 1 DVDs are in PAL.

If anyone wants one of these sets (in the US), let me know!
PermalinkPermalink Jun. 10, 2017 @ 18:17

In response to: Ghostbusters Official Fan Club

Jessica [Visitor]
Hello i was wanting to ask how can my 5 year old and i be come a member. Of yalls clud he and i love the ghostbusters im trying my hards to make his bday wish he been watchn all off the cartoons amd moives for the past 2 years can yall help plz
PermalinkPermalink Jun. 4, 2017 @ 21:07

In response to: Shot On Site - Yes, It's True, This City Has No WienerWald

frank rizzo [Visitor]
i grew up in queens. there was a wienerwald restaurant on queens blvd in rego park. it was a few blocks east of what used to be alexanders. i never ate there. i used to go there just for the beer. they had dinklelacker on tap. it was served in a litre clay mug. to this day i still enjoy good beer and it all started at wienerwald.
PermalinkPermalink Jun. 3, 2017 @ 21:04

In response to: South Park Uses Ghostbusters 2016 Girls Rule, Women Are Funny, Get Over It Review Quote

Peter Venkman [Visitor]
"It's not a "claim". People liked it. Go to ghostbustersfans.com and you'll see there are people to who enjoyed the film"

Clearly not enough to have them all come back for Round 2, lol. I guess you should've bought a month's supply of tickets.
PermalinkPermalink Apr. 8, 2017 @ 19:48

In response to: Kenner & AMT Ecto-1/1A Labels To Print Out

criis [Visitor]
THANKS A LOT!!!!!!!!!!
PermalinkPermalink Apr. 4, 2017 @ 19:38

In response to: Fan-Made Real Ghostbusters Score Album

Mac [Visitor]
Is there such a thing as a full opening for The Real Ghostbusters? Anything would be better than just one minute of heaven...
PermalinkPermalink Mar. 22, 2017 @ 01:12

In response to: South Park Uses Ghostbusters 2016 Girls Rule, Women Are Funny, Get Over It Review Quote

Tom [Visitor]
"Jay" (is that you, post author??) sometimes girls aren't funny, women don't rule, get over it!

Guess you didn't know Mile, but apparently you triggered Jay by thinking on your own. In other news, Amy Schumer and her lower back-fat tattoo are also unfunny
PermalinkPermalink Mar. 18, 2017 @ 16:46

In response to: South Park Uses Ghostbusters 2016 Girls Rule, Women Are Funny, Get Over It Review Quote

Jay [Visitor]
It's not a "claim". People liked it. Go to ghostbustersfans.com and you'll see there are people to who enjoyed the film. Paul Feig has gotten tweets from people telling him how they enjoyed it. Just because it failed at the boxoffice doesn't mean no one liked it. By your logic, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factoy was hated because of badly it did at the box office ($4 million box office on a $3 million budget, wow what a peice of crap that no one liked). Not to mention Shankshaw Redemption, which also did badly, yet it's highly regarded. It's harlious how people keep using that as an indication of how good a movie is. The Micheal Bay Transformers films keep making money, but ask a Transformers fans and they'll tell you the films are crap.
PermalinkPermalink Mar. 7, 2017 @ 19:45

In response to: South Park Uses Ghostbusters 2016 Girls Rule, Women Are Funny, Get Over It Review Quote

mike pollard [Visitor]
The guy writing the first post is clearly delusional. How he claim most people liked it after it tanked at the box office is beyond me.
PermalinkPermalink Feb. 25, 2017 @ 12:55

In response to: Paul's Ghostbusters II Alternate Scenes Theory

Jonathan [Visitor]
Jace, did you ever find any info from Robin Shelby?
PermalinkPermalink Feb. 16, 2017 @ 22:50

In response to: South Park Uses Ghostbusters 2016 Girls Rule, Women Are Funny, Get Over It Review Quote

Keith [Visitor]
I like how no one seems to understand that this has nothing to do with sexism. Sure Paul Feig et al tried that angle (unsuccessfully) to sell the movie, but it's really about a needless remake of a classic movie. I have no more interest in seeing it than I do in the remakes of movies that were female-led to begin with. Of course, I wasn't up on "Ghostbusters III" with the original cast either, after "Ghostbusters II" was a disappointment. I was kind of interested in the Ghostbusters remake with a cast of all hot guys, but that's just my hormones speaking. I'm sure I would have regretted it if I actually watched such a thing.
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