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John Holmes Motherfucker

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Don Pardo: I AM THE SLIME!
08/24/14, 18:22

Now, I edited this. So I'm not going to star it. THAT would be self starring, not starring someone else's work that I happened to submit.

The majority of this (the Frank Zappa, the Weird Al, and the 30 Rock Clips) isn't just stuff I found on YouTube, it's stuff that I watched on television over my lifetime.

I'm old enough to be your grandfather, and I can't remember a time when Don Pardo's voice wasn't familiar to me.

Kudos to Lorne Michaels for making Don Pardo the voice of SNL, giving his career a boost when he was a washed up old man, 40 years ago, and making my Saturday Nights a little less lonely.
Downloading the Devil
08/24/14, 13:14

The way the interview with coworkers was presented here on TV doesn't make it seem terribly meaningful, but the way the cops responded to it makes me think there might more to it, and that leads me to think that the focus of this documentary isn't on the evidence, and there may be evidence that we're not seeing. I don't know, and neither do you.

It occurs to me now that the way that the interviews with coworkers are presented here is in the context of how the body was found. There's nothing here to indicate that the testimony of coworkers was used at the trial at all, if it was, it wouldn't have been heresay. The coworkers would have been brought in to testify directly to the court, otherwise it wouldn't have been admissable.
Downloading the Devil
08/24/14, 11:30

There's no fucking hearsay, Homer! Hearsay is if I say someone else said that they saw Blagg hanging out by the dumpster.
Downloading the Devil
08/24/14, 00:24

Your problem, Homer, is that for you, the concept of "evidence" is indistinguishable from "proof", I can understand if you're confused about me talking about "solid" evidence, that I meant that it wasn't circumstantial. I simply meant that it is real evidence, circumstantial evidence is evidence. Anyway, didn't somebody say there was blood in the guy's truck or something?

If the body is found in the trash from this guy's job, that's not proof linking this guy to his body, it's evidence. Seeing him hanging around the dumpster isn't proof. It's evidence. Circumstance evidence is evidence. In the real life, non TV world, forensic csi evidence just isn't always there, and prosecutors are forced to make circumstantial cases. That's a disturbing fact of life, but lettling murders go unprosecuted is not acceptable to most people.

I'm going to say this again, and you're probably not going to hear it this time, either, Homer, but I'm not saying that I think this proves the guy guilty, If I'm on the jury, I'm not going to rubber stamp this shit, but you keep saying there's no evidence, and there is.
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Kevin Sorbo is a Festering Piece of Dogshit.
08/23/14, 22:48

So now I really need to know what other minor celebrities of the 80s and 90s think of Ferguson. How about Melissa Joan Hart? Philip Michael Thomas? What does Urkel think about the rioting?
Downloading the Devil
08/23/14, 21:33

http://tinyurl.com/c4hhekr
3 year timelapse: greasy male nerd to babely female nerd
08/23/14, 18:13

When my daughter became a son, I could tell how much happier he was over the phone.
Downloading the Devil
08/23/14, 17:53

I mean, let's recap some of the "solid" evidence we've been given.

>"He's a veteran!" - that's why the cops never got a confession out of him.
>"He's really smart!" - that's why the cops couldn't poke any holes in his story.
>"He watches porno!" - that's his motive.
>"He took out some trash!" - that's how we know he disposed of the bodies.
>"He called 911 the moment he found blood!" - that's how we know he killed his family.

None of that is evidence. What IS evidence is the wife's body, where it was found, and the testimony that led to it being found. I'm not sure that it proves guilt, and I never said that it did.

>>You've mentioned working in the justice system?

Nope.

>> That's probably why this is confusing you so much. I'm sure from the inside all of this absolute turd-polishing nonsense has merit (from a professional point of view if nothing else) but from a slightly more detached perspective it's just that: turd-polishing.


Look, I'm with Homer here.

>>Do I think he did it? Going by what has been presented on this TV drama, yeah, probably. *But has it been proven beyond [beyond a reasonable doubt] That is the pertinent question, and it does not appear to have been answered affirmatively.

That is pretty much exactly my opinion on the matter of his guilt, but that's not what we've discussing, is it? If it is, I'm with Homer.

Let me make one point here. The fact that the cops spent weeks digging through fetid garbage day and night tells me that they had a lot more than a coworker with a funny feeling. They knew what they would find there.

Even for a true crime TV doc, I suspect this is especially shitty. Based on this, if I was on the jury, I would want to convict, but I would need to know more.
Kevin Sorbo is a Festering Piece of Dogshit.
08/23/14, 12:33

This just in:

Festering dogshit has denied any affiliation with Kevin Sorbo, says it is "outraged beyond words" at "this cruel, degrading, and totally unfounded slander".
Downloading the Devil
08/23/14, 09:03

Okay, Homer, first of all, the standard of proof isn't a shadow of a doubt, it's a reasonable doubt.

Secondly, I don't know where you're getting "hearsay" out of this. Heresay is something else entirely.


Thirdly, me saying it's solid evidence is not the same thing as me saying that, all by itself, it proves his guilt. You're responding to my post, which was a response to borrowed solutions assertion that the testimony of the coworkers "reeks of confirmation bias" I was pointing out that the confirmation came later so, not so much. We're discussing the validity of a single piece of evidence, not the whole case.
Downloading the Devil
08/23/14, 04:47

>>How many things do you think that you might do in any given span of time that may (after the fact) be construed as 'odd' in light of subsequent events? The whole thing reeks of confirmation bias to me.

No way. They didn't find the body in the landfill, then talk to the co-workers. It was the other way around. Because of what the co-workers told them, the police spent weeks in what may be literally the most difficult and unpleasant search for evidence I've ever heard of, and I'm someone who gobbles up these True Crime docs like they're bags of popcorn. And it was successful. Interviewing the coworkers led to the discovery of the bodies. That's SOLID.
Downloading the Devil
08/22/14, 21:16

I think she's probably in the landfill.
Patrick Stewart's Ice Bucket Challenge
08/22/14, 18:18

William Shatner
Downloading the Devil
08/22/14, 18:15

The problem with OJ was that Furman perjured himself, and he may have planted the glove. I was angry at the time, i now believe I would have voted to acquit.

The evidence against this guy is pretty good. He was seen acting suspiciously around the dumpster at his job. They located the trash from the company, and that's where they found his wife's body. They had to dig two months to find her. Nobody would plant evidence in a place like that. As an example of dogged police work, it's very impressive.

What's weird about this is that in the religious fantasy world of these people, such an everyday transgression could become elevated to the point where it became a motive for murder. She was going to break up the family. His reputation was going to be irretrievably ruined.
Downloading the Devil
08/22/14, 17:54

I've experienced momentary shifts in formatting. They were ephemeral.
Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon 'Comedy'
08/22/14, 17:49

I think the best thing you can say about MacFarland is that he's an amazing voice actor. He really is undetectable in some of those voices. One of the funniest aspects of Familly Guy was that the only character who sounded like McFarland was the dog.
Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon 'Comedy'
08/22/14, 17:42

Izzat so?

Thanks for killing the joke, Homer.

The only think that I consider "hipster" in a derogatory way is making a big deal about hating something because it's popular. Based on that, Misterbuns may not be entirely wrong. Please don't construe any of this to mean that I'm a fan of McFarland. American Dad was played out years ago, and I can't make myself watch Family Guy after Peter killed Quagmire's cat. It didn't make me angry at the time, but it always makes me sad to remember that someone thought that was funny.
Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon 'Comedy'
08/22/14, 06:40

>>Looking down on hipsters is the most hipster thing you can do, Mr Holmes.

Yes, but I'm looking down on them IRONICALLY.

>>.Your stupidity is as enlarged as your prostate, old man.

Son, if you're insulting someone because of a cartoon, and your age has more than one digit, you may be a hipster.

Now, get off of my lawn.
Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon 'Comedy'
08/22/14, 02:57

It's a cartoon. Parts of it are funny. Five stars for the predictable poetv hipster backlash.
Totally hilarious hip dad
08/21/14, 22:39

He's the thinking man's Daniel Songer!


Seriously, I love this awesome old dude. I'll be saving the other 504 videos for later, though.

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