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Tomorrowland - Official Trailer 3
04/24/15, 04:44

Consider me pumped for Avengers: Age Of Ultron, or, as I shall refer to it from this point onward, AAOU.
Tomorrowland - Official Trailer 3
04/24/15, 04:38

Clooney's hair being all gray is Disney's way of telling us that he isn't going to bang the kid.

This isn't a sequel so it must be a tie-in with a Disney tourist attraction.

I'm almost sixty, and in my lifetime, the inevitable trend has been that TV gets smarter, and movies get dumber. Overall, I consider it to be a good deal.
Milo Yiannopoulos on Sky News: why men are better at chess
04/23/15, 17:21

>>The "10,000 hours" thing is comprehensively debunked self-help horseshit.
>>How much you practice is a big factor but it isn't the only factor.

Nobody is saying it's the only factor. We're saying it's a bigger factor than gender, that's all.
Milo Yiannopoulos on Sky News: why men are better at chess
04/23/15, 17:15

FFN: Well, i think you can believe that men are better at chess, even intrinsically better at chess (all I really know is that I hate it), and it's still going to be obvious that " a woman who has put 10,000 hours into learning chess will devastate any man who has put only 1,000 hours into it."

In the real world of experience and culture, I'm prepared to accept the possibility that gender plays some kind of role in the aggregate, though you could probably make a similar case for eating a good breakfast, and theres a whole bunch of possible explanations for this other than being "hard wired". But come on, putting in ten times as much preparation is going to trump gender as a factor.
Milo Yiannopoulos on Sky News: why men are better at chess
04/23/15, 15:34

FFN: Well, i think you can believe that men are better at chess, even intrinsically better at chess (all I really know is that I hate it), and it's still going to be obvious that " a woman who has put 10,000 hours into learning chess will devastate any man who has put only 1,000 hours into it."

In the real world of experience and culture, I'm prepared to accept the possibility that gender plays some kind of role in the aggregate, though you could probably make a similar case for eating a good breakfast, and theres a whole bunch of possible explanations for this other than being "hard wired". But come on, putting in ten times as much preparation is going to trump gender as a factor.
Honest Teaser - Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
04/23/15, 05:59

No, that you mention it. Awesome isn't it?
Honest Teaser - Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
04/23/15, 05:26

HERE'S THE THING: Don't know if it's going to be good or bad, but I KNOW I'm going to see it.
Honest Teaser - Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
04/23/15, 01:28

I couldn't be happier. Since I was a kid, and for most of my life, I've dreamed of seeing a decent Superhero movie, and it seemed like it was impossible. Now we have the effects, and we also have directors who grew up on this material.

After the Winter Soldier, I decided that I was a Marvel Studios fanvboy. Counting the days before age of Ultron.
Honest Teaser - Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
04/23/15, 01:20

The great thing about the Marvel movies is that they aren't overly stylized. The pace is fast, the characters are real, the dialogue is snappy, the effects are great. Solid movie virtues.

DC movies, going back to Burton's Batman, tend to be all about being dark and stylish, or dark and gritty. Or stylish and goofy. Oh, and lately there's been way too much philosophy and ponderousness. Nolan's Batman movies skirted the line between serious and pretentious. Man of Steel crossed the line, big time.
Maniac Shotgun to the Head Scene
04/23/15, 00:51

The editing and the acting in this scene were uncommonly terrible.
I finally quit Facebook
04/23/15, 00:44

People don't leave Facebook the same they leave parties, because they don't have to. It's a party, and everybody can see you leave.
Milo Yiannopoulos on Sky News: why men are better at chess
04/23/15, 00:41

Jesus, what an asshole. And why is he mugging like he's in 90s Mentos commercial?
Milo Yiannopoulos on Sky News: why men are better at chess
04/23/15, 00:35

Except for maybe "Talent is a myth.", I don't see anything here that isn't obvious:

>> A woman who has put 10,000 hours into learning chess will devastate any man who has put only 1,000 hours into it.
Obvious.

>>A brilliant woman will learn chess vastly more quickly than the average man.
Obvious

>>What's certain is that woman who put in enough practice would be "better" than almost all of the representatives of the male gender.
Obvious

>>The idea of pointing to the ends of a bell curve to make statements about the curve as a whole is fundamentally stupid.
Undeniable.
Boston Legal: Denny Crane, Hostage Negotiator.
04/22/15, 23:02

This was when I started to really appreciate Shatner, who had previously been an occasional MST3K punchline. He had a reputation for overacting that he didn't deserve. The intense, somewhat mannered way he played Captain Kirk was a great choice; it made him the perfect foil for Spock.

And yet, here he is playing a truly over-the-top character, yet he manages to keep his overall performance delightfully low-key. To the uninitiated, Denny Crane is a superstar lawyer, a founding member of the firm and "chief rainmaker", who now seems to be suffering from the onset of Alzheimer's. His tendency to repeat his own name like a kind of catch phrase conveys both his superstar ego and his increasing desperation to hold onto what is slipping away. He is comic, tragic, often brilliant, and always vulnerable, though it only shows through rarely.

Denny Crane.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 20:00

I didn't know that Loblaws was a Canadian chain, or that it still existed. My grandmother, used to shop there.
The Drawponies Scandal
04/22/15, 19:36

5 stars for calling it the "the drawpony scandal" and not "Tracergate" or some similar "Gate" bullshit.

Didn't watch the video, though.
Boston Legal: Denny Crane, Hostage Negotiator.
04/22/15, 16:38

Denny Crane.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 14:55

My feeling is that if doesn't come up in a search for "William Shatner", it might as well not be a dupe. It's only a dupe if you can find the original.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 14:54

People were older back then.
Bill Shatner for Loblaws, mid-seventies.
04/22/15, 14:53

I DID see these on TV in upstate New York in the 70s. Loblaws is long gone from the area, though I can still remember where their two stores were located.

It was after Star Trek TOS and before Star Trek the Motion Picture. The Show was going gangbusters in syndication, but the cast may not have been seeing a whole lot of money from that. Shatner had his recognizable face, and that's what he traded on. After 1980, he did some great Star Trek Themed commercials. (Do we have the one where he plays video games with the Gorn? ) But he didn't have to actually go out and be a spokesman, and say things like "Bill Shatner for Loblaws", which I know he did once or twice.

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