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Women strike men - men retaliate
01/23/16, 14:01

MRAs are all about blaming feminism for everything that's inconvenient about sexism. It's more acceptable for women to hit men than for men to hit women, disproving feminism.

Women sometimes take advantage of this, and it's definitely, pardon me, a dick move. In 1983, a woman, a friend, who I'd attack me physically. She was a friend who I'd been staying with for a few days, and she was angry that I wasn't paying enough attention her, and she just lost her mind. I'd always known that she was crazy, but I was pretty naive about the whole thing, on account of I really wanted to bang her. She was getting right up in my face and started slapping me over and over. and shrieking like an angry banshee. None of it hurt, but I sure wanted it to stop! I didn't hit her back, but I shoved her toward the bed and she slipped and fell on her ass. The police came, and I asked them to stay while I gathered my things, and went to stay with my brother.

The humiliation of the police having been called escalated the whole thing for her. She started telling our mutual friends that I'd beaten her up, and when none of them believed her, she told some other guy, who probably wanted to bang her, and one morning I woke up to find the crazy bitch, whose name was Flora, standing over me with two big guys who forced me to sit still while she gestured like Norah Desmond, ranted about how I had mistreated her and demanded that I go to all our friends and "Tell them the truth!" The cops were called in, and one thing I learned in subsequent days and weeks that I was one of the few friends of Flora who had never actually hit her.

I forgot what the point of this anecdote was supposed to be.
Caligula, uncut version. All of it. NSFW.
01/22/16, 21:57

Also John Gielgud. And cumshots.
Sarah Haider: Islam and the Necessity of Liberal Critique
01/22/16, 15:03

>>You know I didn't say "they" were monsters, or all terrorists or some such shit. But a hell of a lot of them want the death penalty for apostates, adulterers, queers, chop off the hands of thieves, etc. I did say that moderate Islam is evil, because of shit like that.

In the west, we call that "You Tube Comments"
Sarah Haider: Islam and the Necessity of Liberal Critique
01/22/16, 14:53

I'm not a sex offender. I didn't live in the hotel. I was in a separate apartment building.
Sarah Haider: Islam and the Necessity of Liberal Critique
01/22/16, 14:51

>>JHM, you're cherry picking a bit there. Those numbers aren't the only thing that goes on the overall scale of which culture is far-and-away worse.

"Cherry-picking"... because, in comparing the destructive impact of different cultures, it's inherently deceptive to focus on such obscure, barely relevant side issues as terrorism and war, and just how many people are being killed by whom.

Listen, if you're going to evaluate a billion people, and how they interact with another billion people, you're going to have do some cherry picking. That's really the only point I'm trying to make here. A mere human isn't going to be able to evaluate all the relative this in any reliable way. If I talk about how it appears that, in effect, we kill more people than Isis, I'm not supporting my present opinion so much as citing reasons why my previous opinion has been abandoned.
Sarah Haider: Islam and the Necessity of Liberal Critique
01/22/16, 11:17

The most devout Muslim I ever knew was my landlord of about 12 years ago. This man converted the hotel where he kept his office building into a local haven for convicted sex offenders, a place where they could be safe and be supervised. He befriended them, and sometimes he gave them work. It was a boon to the community and a service to humanity. I could tell you other stories of this man's kindness, though I didn't know him very well. When he passed away, i still owed him money, though he never tried to get it out of me.

I don't criticize people for their religious beliefs (atheism,by the way, is not a religion, but it IS a religious belief.) I criticize people's politics, even if religion is involved. I think that's pretty straightforward, and it works well for me.
Sarah Haider: Islam and the Necessity of Liberal Critique
01/22/16, 07:42

>>That said, I still throw my lot in firmly with the West, because the scale of Western evils vs Islamic evils is tilted fucking hard toward them in these centuries.

Really? You understand that 500,000 is a larger number of dead people than 3000, right? I know that's only one measure, but moral relativism does not apply here. Dead is dead, and the reasons why don't matter to the dead people.

Theocracy is a terrible thing, but theocracy is not a religion, it's a political system. I'm not sure that Islamic theocracies have a worse track record than Christian theocracies, and based on my contact with muslims in the US, it's my hypothesis that, in the 21st century, the reasons why theocracy has a greater foothold in the Islamic world has more to do with politics than faith.
Sarah Haider: Islam and the Necessity of Liberal Critique
01/21/16, 21:10

Osama bin Laden, a muslim, arranges a terrorist attack on the USA, and 3000 Americans are killed. George W. Bush, a Christian, invades Iraq. and an estimated 500,000 Iraqis are killed. You could try to explain to me how military action and terrorism isn't the same thing, but death is always death. You can argue that the Americans were more legityimate, or had better intentions, but you can't argue that the Dead Iraqis are somehow less dead than the dead Americans.
Palin endorses Trump
01/20/16, 23:07

My favorite Palinanity is when she accused Obama of ste4akling ideas from her book, apparently unaware that her ghost writer had been quoting the Bible.

Palin isn't a politician; she's an entertainer. That's why she's endorsing Trump.
Palin endorses Trump
01/20/16, 23:01

I absolutely hope he becomes the nominee. If that makes me a supporter, I am guilty as charged.
'This dopey guy, Glenn Beck...'
01/19/16, 11:28

I agree with Trump that Glenn Beck is a dopey guy. (Incidentally, I also agree with Trump that his daughter is totally bangable.)

America doesn't love an asshole; Republicans do. I don't think Trump's ever going to be president, because a majority of Americans consider him unfit. It's just that a majority of those idiots who support him tend to be likely GOP primary voters.

I'm no pundit. I'm barely paying attention, The following a hypothesis, but I think Trump is a much bigger threat to the Republican establishment than to the USA.

America doesn't love an asshole; Republicans do. I don't think Trump's ever going to be president, because a majority of Americans consider him unfit. It's just that a majority of those idiots who support him tend to be likely GOP primary voters.

Here's a link to a column by Paul Krugman entitled: "Trump is right on Economics.", followed by a brief passage:

http://nyti.ms/1M51Cmo

>>So am I saying that Mr. Trump is better and more serious than he’s given credit for being? Not at all — he is exactly the ignorant blowhard he seems to be. It’s when it comes to his rivals that appearances can be deceiving. Some of them may come across as reasonable and thoughtful, but in reality they are anything but.

>>Mr. Bush, in particular, may pose as a reasonable, thoughtful type — credulous reporters even describe him as a policy wonk — but his actual economic platform, which relies on the magic of tax cuts to deliver a doubling of America’s growth rate, is pure supply-side voodoo.

>>And here’s what’s interesting: all indications are that Mr. Bush’s attacks on Mr. Trump are falling flat, because the Republican base doesn’t actually share the Republican establishment’s economic delusions.

>>The thing is, we didn’t really know that until Mr. Trump came along. The influence of big-money donors meant that nobody could make a serious play for the G.O.P. nomination without pledging allegiance to supply-side doctrine, and this allowed the establishment to imagine that ordinary voters shared its antipopulist creed. Indeed, Mr. Bush’s hapless attempt at a takedown suggests that his political team still doesn’t get it, and thinks that pointing out The Donald’s heresies will be enough to doom his campaign.
'This dopey guy, Glenn Beck...'
01/19/16, 10:36

He doesn't say the words, but he says that Beck is lying. He also claims to have publicly raised money for John McCain. I consider this a denial.
Glenn Beck - Donald Trump will be a MONSTER far worse than anything Barack Obama could have dreamt
01/19/16, 01:49

>>Personally, I'm a pretty strong supporter of the "mobs are an inherent and inevitable result of the basic structure of Twitter" argument, most famously espoused here:

http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/technology/2014/10/tw itter_is_broken_gamergate_proves_it.html

There's plenty of reason to hope that internet culture will evolve to accommodate the shitty possibilities of twitter. People are becoming more willing to block obnoxious users, and more conscious of harassment, and eventually they may look beyond how successful hashtag campaigns are at getting attention, and start to notice how ineffective they are at achieving results. Stephen Colbert wasn't canceled, he was given a much more lucrative, high-profile gig. Gamergaters like to point to their success in costing kotaru a few thousand bitcoins, but Zoe Quinn just got a book and movie deal, Anita Sarkeesian is an international celebrity, and the image of the male gamer as entitled misogynist manbaby is now a permanent part of mainstream interent culture.

Twitter is fine for sharing links with people who share your interests, one liners, selfpromotion and talking to celebrities, but hashtag campaigns are a shit substitute for real activism, and one can only hope eventually everybody is going to be sick of desperate bloggers who use tweets as a news source. Reprinting 1-3 tweets doesn't prove there's a major backlash against Jennifer Lawrence, and one bitchy tweet doesn't prove that Jennifer Lawrence is a horrible person.
Glenn Beck - Donald Trump will be a MONSTER far worse than anything Barack Obama could have dreamt
01/19/16, 01:03

I think Bernie's great. If he wasn't 150 years old he'd make a fine supreme court justice, but Hillary has experience working in two White Houses, and that's two more than any other candidate. Just about every President in recent memory had pissed away the honeymoon on rookie mistakes, and is playing defense forevermore.

Presidents get real practical things done by being politicians, not by being philosophers, or tv personalities, or business tycoons. The urge to elect a president who hasn't been corrupted by politics is comparable to wanting a surgeon who hasn't been corrupted by medical school. Compromising, horse trading, and sometimes pandering is how it's done.
Glenn Beck - Donald Trump will be a MONSTER far worse than anything Barack Obama could have dreamt
01/19/16, 00:37

>>Sounds like you've already given up on Bernie, how very stupid of you.

says the person who thinks there's zero difference between Hillary and Trump.
Glenn Beck - Donald Trump will be a MONSTER far worse than anything Barack Obama could have dreamt
01/18/16, 10:23

You know why I like Donald Trump? Because he scares Glenn Beck.
Glenn Beck - Donald Trump will be a MONSTER far worse than anything Barack Obama could have dreamt
01/18/16, 10:08

Cruz scares me way more, but I don't have time for that particular essay right now.

And from all reports, the word on Cruz is that everybody really does hate him, including other Republicans. It may be the most factual thing Trump had said.
Alan Rickman as a grumpy Angel
01/18/16, 03:39

Did the bad movie scare you, baby? There, there.

I'm not crazy about Kevin Smith, but Dogma is okay, and anybody who makes a big deal about hating him is an obvious poser.
Glenn Beck - Donald Trump will be a MONSTER far worse than anything Barack Obama could have dreamt
01/18/16, 00:09

>> She's got the credibility issue, she's not very likable, and she's associated with scandals dating back to her husband's term.

You mean Whitewater? So you think the Republicans are going to start up the whitewater hearings again? Maybe five or six more Benghazi hearings? Don't think of them as scandals, think of them as inoculations. I've been voting Democrat since Jimmy Carter, and I am genuinely excited about Hillary, because the number one quality I want in a presidential candidate is the ability to withstand vicious Republican attacks, and in that arena, Hillary Clinton is the world champ. They've been digging into her past for 20 years. They're not going to dig up anything anything new on her.

People don't like Hillary because she's a politican, as if being President of the United States has nothing to do with politics. It's the same reason some very stupid people think Donald Trump is such a great candidate. Hillary has quite possibly more experience working in the White House than any presidential candidate since FDR ran for a fourth term, and she probably laid the groundwork for Obama's greatest success, healthcare. We know her, so we can't idealize her the way we did with Obama eight years ago, but she's qualified.
BILL COSBY ALLEGATIONS/THE CONSEQUENCES of Selling Your Soul to Hellywood !!!
01/15/16, 10:55

General Electric sold NBC a long time ago, I think it may be comcast now.

No matter what business you're in, it doesn't hurt to know people, but outside of reality TV, I don't see a lot of whole lot of people in show business who don't have some kind of marketable talent. Of course talent matters. Talent is the product you're marketing.

What sunk Cosby was that women starting coming forward. Unless you think that he's being framed, there's no reason to suppose that was coordinated by some vengeful puppet master. Apparently there had been rumors about Cosby for a long time. I think a tipping point was reached. Buress created an environment in which victims could feel like they would at least be taken seriously, and every time a woman came forward, it was be easier for the next one. It may have left him vulnerable when the entertainment establishment no longer had a stake in protecting him, but I know of no reason to believe that this was coordinated by a more powerful person who Cosby pissed off.

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