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September 13, 2008

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Walter_sobchak This cop looks like he's never seen a bowling pin pipe before. He obviously has never been to Bunnie's Basement because I've got them. Bowling Pin Pipes are fully functional replicas of the one seen above in the Dude's apartment. They measure 5.75 inches and are made of high quality ceramic. The pipes are $16.00 each and $5.00 for shipping.

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From Jack Lipnick to Loren Visser, Top 10 Minor Coen Brothers' Characters

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From Slate: Walter Sobchak is a Neocon. If that seems like a stretch, consider the traits Walter exhibits over the course of the film: faith in American military might; nostalgia for the Cold War; strong support for the state of Israel; and even, perhaps, past affiliation with the left (he refers knowingly to Lenin's given name and admits to having "dabbled in pacifism"). Goodman, who has called the role his all-time favorite, seems also to have sensed Walter's imperialist side. "Dude has a rather, let's say, Eastern approach to bowling," he said in an interview. "Walter is strictly Manifest Destiny."

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