Daily Prompt: I’m Winston Wolfe. I solve problems.

Cover of "Pulp Fiction"
Cover of Pulp Fiction

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Daily Prompt: Silver Screen: Take a quote from your favorite movie — there’s the title of your post. Now, write!

Pulp Fiction is my favoritest movie of all time -many of my favorite actors all in the same movie – Travolta, Jackson, Keitel, Thurman, Walken, Rhames – awesome music – (from Wiki)

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Artist(s) Length
1. “Pumpkin and Honey Bunny/Misirlou Quentin Tarantino/Fred Wise, Milton Leeds, S. K. Russell, Nicholas Roubanis Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer/Dick Dale & His Del-Tones 2:27
2. “Royale with Cheese (dialogue)” Tarantino Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta 1:42
3. Jungle Boogie”  Ronald Bell, Kool & the Gang Kool & the Gang 3:05
4. Let’s Stay Together”  Al Green, Al Jackson, Jr., Willie Mitchell Al Green 3:15
5. “Bustin’ Surfboards” Gerald Sanders, Jesse Sanders, Norman Sanders, Leonard Delaney The Tornadoes 2:26
6. Lonesome Town Baker Knight Ricky Nelson 2:13
7. Son of a Preacher Man”  John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins Dusty Springfield 2:25
8. “Zed’s Dead, Baby/Bullwinkle Part II” Tarantino/Dennis Rose, Ernest Furrow Maria de Medeiros, Bruce Willis/The Centurions 2:39
9. Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest/You Never Can Tell”  Tarantino/Chuck Berry Jerome Patrick Hoban, Uma Thurman/Chuck Berry 3:12
10. Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon”  Neil Diamond Urge Overkill 3:09
11. “If Love Is a Red Dress (Hang Me in Rags)” Maria McKee Maria McKee 4:55
12. “Bring Out the Gimp/Comanche” Tarantino/Robert Hafner (sax solo by James Gordon) Peter Greene, Duane Whitaker/The Revels 2:10
13. Flowers on the Wall Lewis C. Dewitt The Statler Brothers 2:23
14. “Personality Goes a Long Way” Tarantino Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta 1:00
15. Surf Rider Bob Bogle, Nole “Nokie” Edwards, Don Wilson The Lively Ones 3:18
16. Ezekiel 25:17 Tarantino Samuel L. Jackson 0:51

but best of all some of the funniest dialogue ever….I have more than a couple of favorite lines from that movie but my favorite has to be Harvey Keitel’s “I’m Mr. Wolfe.  I solve problems.”  I love this line because I relate to it in so many ways and it ties right in to my ADDiva-ness where I tire easily of methodical planning and discussing and checking and re-checking but give me an issue, a puzzle, a wrinkle, a log-jam, a bottlenect, a problem, a fire to put out and I’m all over it.  Sorting out messes energizes me.

Redundancy puts me to sleep, no, in fact, redundancy irritates me.  Translated this means that if there are four people standing around presumably doing the work of two then I feel like I’m wasting my time and would rather be doing anything else – contemplating my navel, having a pedicure, taking a nap, translating the Bible into seven other languages none of which I know, etc.

But give me a situation with a little urgency and no one else willing to touch it with a 10 ft. pole and I’m all over it.  I’m CJ.  I fix things.

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Author: The C-Sweet

I'm a Soccer Mom/Baseball Mom living the American Dream in northern Virginia. I work as a Business Advisor & Consultant focusing on small-medium sized businesses in my local community. I've drunk the chardonnay, practiced the yoga, driven the minivan, atomized the essential oils, made the spinach dip and attended many Southern Living at Home, Stella & Dot, and Pampered Chef parties. I'm a Catholic, Conservative, Spiritually Awake individual sharing my opinion on whatever catches my fancy and occasionally entertaining a few folks with tales from my ADDiva life!

4 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: I’m Winston Wolfe. I solve problems.”

  1. Yes you do fix things and I am grateful for it. My favorite line from a movie is from Gone With The Wind, “tomorrow is another day” the last line in the movie and lately I have been living by that line.

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    1. yes tomorrow is, and there’s no sense worrying about what might happen tomorrow. I believe in the Power of Now! (ref. Eckhart Tolle). Thanks for acknowledging my fix ability!!! 🙂

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