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Lou Ferrigno's ''The Adventures of Hercules'' (1984) complete
07/24/14, 02:23

I suspect that the most important reason why Wikipedia mentions 36 feature films with the name "Hercules" in the title (in addition to the Kevin Sorbo series and the animated series I used to watch as a kid) is that the character is 1) a known quantity and 2) public domain. Also, Hercules lives in a special fantasy myth/realm where anything goes. There's an Italian Hercules movie that borrows liberally from Sophocles, while others seem to have a distinct sci-fi orientation. Also, as long as producers need vehicles for male actors who used to be athletes or bodybuilders, the name of Hercules, and his mighty exploits will live on in the will live on in the low-budget legends of men.
Lou Ferrigno's ''The Adventures of Hercules'' (1984) complete
07/24/14, 02:01

Excellent use of the Superman IV credits.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/23/14, 19:40

Well, here's an interesting thing... can you name the prosecutor? They're keeping a low profile for someone who's grandstanding.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/23/14, 19:03

In this case, there is an easy solution

It's not too much to expect of a prosecutor, who is, after all, a lawyer, to understand the applicable law before he attempts to put someone away for 8-10 years.

>>To trust anyone is purely moronic and even the benefit of the doubt shouldn't be confused with trust, just a temporary lack of reaction to their actions. So, they erred on the side of a school being attacked in a time when this happens a lot.

NONONONO!!

You prosecute someone because they've committed a crime, not because you think they might commit a crime in the future. The definition of a terroristic threat is very clear, and this isn't even close. At the very least the government is going to have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that justin carter intended to create a fear of imminent violence in another person.
Hercules goes where he wishes
07/23/14, 13:33

You have to be impressed. No one would have suspected that this talking side of beef would one day be the world's biggest movie star. He didn't come as far as he did by accident.
The Bedspread King is mad about cereal
07/23/14, 13:15

What I loved about the Kiborn era Daily Show was that there was no live audience, and instead you could hear the crew cracking up. I was intimate. It almost felt like local TV, which is pretty much extinct these days, except for news.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/23/14, 11:17

Here's the Texas statute on terroristic threats I'm having a hard time believing that whoever decided to charge the kid had actually read this.

(a) A person commits an offense if he threatens to commit any offense involving violence to any person or property with intent to:

cause a reaction of any type to his threat[s] by an official or volunteer agency organized to deal with emergencies;
place any person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury;
prevent or interrupt the occupation or use of a building; room; place of assembly; place to which the public has access; place of employment or occupation; aircraft, automobile, or other form of conveyance; or other public place;
cause impairment or interruption of public communications, public transportation, public water, gas, or power supply or other public service;
place the public or a substantial group of the public in fear of serious bodily injury; or
influence the conduct or activities of a branch or agency of the federal government, the state, or a political subdivision of the state.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/23/14, 09:02

This isn't the FBI, though. It's just some shit for brains prosecutor trying to show everybody how deeply he cares about the poor kids at Sandy Hook.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/23/14, 07:52

I seriously doubt that they could get him to do that,
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/23/14, 05:43

>>Another point I'd like to make is that hindsight is 20/20, and the idea that life can ever be made "safe" from things like Bin Laden is complete rubbish. Ever since 9/11 (and probably before), people have been remembering the hits and ignoring the misses, fretting over what could have been done differently, when the simple fact of the matter is, nothing could have been differently.

STRAWMAN! . Of course life can't be made "safe", but individual disasters can and have been averted, and reviewing a disaster is how we learn how to do that.

So you're saying that Bush couldn't have read the memo about bin Laden determined to to strike in the US? I don't agree. He went to Yale, he should have been able to read the memo. Or maybe Condoleeza could have read it to him. It might have made a difference. There are a whole lot of things that might have made a difference, and it's valid to look at them.

>>The solutions that get offered for Lone Wolf/ Terrorist scares like these - whether it's waterboarding Muslims because, oh they might destroy America,

Not the same thing as investigating a possible threat.

>>siccing COINTELPRO on socialists because, oh they might destroy America,


Not the same thing as investigating a possible threat.

>>or jailing harmless nerds because, oh they might destroy America

Not the same thing as investigating a possible threat.

>> these solutions are invariably far more destructive, and effect a much broader swathe of society, than the possibly nonexistent problem that they claim to fix.

Why, yes. Yes they are. But none of them are the same thing as investigating a possible threat, like just driving over to the kid's house, and talking to the boy.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/23/14, 05:20

>>I think SolRo should have his own whacky 80s theme song.

Everyone, whether they will admit it or not, has a wacky 80s theme song.

http://youtu.be/tDZy6-fMCw4
Moon Animate Make Up!
07/22/14, 22:23

Sweet!
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/22/14, 22:15

Well, the kid is apparently still awaiting trial, so it's current.

But, yes, it's been going on for a long time. That's the most horrible part.

I brought it up now because in another thread, Homer was talking about people being charged with crimes for posting nasty shit under anti-bullying legislation. This doesn't seem very plausible to me, and I said so, but there's this terrorist thing, and I'd be remiss if I didn't mention it.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/22/14, 22:08

>>JHM seemed to agree with the notion that it should be checked out.

The kid's attorney agreed that it should be checked out.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/22/14, 22:02

>>And since this wasn't even a threat, what's your point?

But that's what he's charged with. It's a stupid charge, but in order for a constitutional amendment to prevent this stupid charge it would have to protect the genuine item, the real terrorist threat. Since the kid obviously didn't issue a terrorist threat, his speech is already protected, but it's going to take a trial to prove that. According to the kid's mom. the prosecutor keeps delaying the trial. My new assessment is that the prosecutor, while clearly dumber than a box of dirt, knows just how much he's fucked up, and he's trying to avoid the train wreck that a trial would inevitably be. Prosecutors will kill people in order to avoid admitting a mistake. It's not one of their better traits.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/22/14, 19:34

The kid is charged with issuing a terroristic threat. It's obvious bullshit, and it's hard to imagine it standing up in court, but a constitutional amendment that will protect terroristic threats is neither likely nor desirable. According to the kid's mother, the prosecutor keeps getting continuances. He's stalling, because he knows he's going to be embarassed in front of the whole world by the outcome.
Jonathan Krohn speaking at the CPAC
07/22/14, 19:04

He did.
Fight breaks out at Romanian concert
07/22/14, 18:59

The Romanians are my favorite Ramones tribute band.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/22/14, 18:53

Well, I wasn't going to be typing those words anyway. What I have typed several times since finding out about this is that I wouldn't trust this prosecutor with making my macchiato at Starbucks, and that he deserves to find himself living under a bridge. Pretty sure there was nothing threatening in that message.

>>It doesn't matter what context it is done in. You get a call from the SS and you're gonna be seeing those guys every time the president comes around.

Well, I agree with what the kid's attorney said. They absolutely needed to come check the kid out. But I think this is just some jerkwater prosecutor swing his dick around, making some cynical political calculation that I dearly hope will turn out to be incorrect. This fucker needs to go back to the private sector, and chase a few ambulances.
Kid jailed for shitposting.
07/22/14, 16:45

Remember, at the same time this kid is facing jail for saying something dumb on Facebook, you can't go into a Long John Silver's in Texas without seeing some assclown carrying an assault rifle.

Texas. It's like a whole nother planet!

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