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Geraldo Rivera: 'The Mystery of Al Capone's Vault' complete 1986 train wreck
05/01/16, 13:09

I can see that you feel very deeply about this.

To me it's like two different documentaries running simultaneously. One of them is about crime in the 20s. The other is about shiitty 80s TV.

I enjoy how they play off each other. It may not be your cup of tea.
Hillary Clinton vs. Bernie Sanders on Whether to Invade Iraq - 2002
05/01/16, 12:53

>>Bernie had the same intelligence to work with that Hillary did (as did Obama, not to mention the hundreds of thousands of Americans who opposed the invasion) but he didn't drink that koolaid. The ability to see through bullshit is kind of an important skill for the president to have.

Well maybe I should be president, because I'm amazed that you're trying to draw parallels between the situation of an independent congressman from Vermont, and the Freshman US Senator from New York, in 2002.

Remember? NEW YORK? 2002? Anybody see where I'm going with this? They were still identifying remains. Even Richard Clarke wrote about attending the funeral of a friend where all they could find to bury was a vial of donated blood, and weeping loudly in public. I know that Hillary is an evil sociopath, but a human being like you and I might feel that her first duty is to protect her constituents' lives.

OF COURSE she saw through the bullshit. We all did, but that's not a counter-argument, and a counterargument is sort of what you need to dismiss such horrific possibilities in the context of such horrific realities.

Obama could oppose the invasion because, at the time, he was the US Senator from nowhere. It was easy for him. So he won the nomination, and the presidency, and that was okay for 2008, but Jesus Christ, it's 2016.

Like the crazed opposition to Obama, where you know that some of it is racism, but you can't be sure what, there's some misogyny in here somewhere. Over the past two decades, the hate against Hillary Clinton is constant. The reasons given for the hate are interchangeable. It used to be because she was a radical feminist, and a socialist who had written a book called "IT TAKES A VILLAGE". Now it's because she's an establishment war monger. As a woman she's had to jump through 5 times as many hoops as a male politician, and been subject to five times as much scrutiny.

And yet, she's probably going to be our next president. I'm impressed.
Geraldo Rivera: 'The Mystery of Al Capone's Vault' complete 1986 train wreck
05/01/16, 11:50

Yeah, I guess that's what I'm saying. I enjoyed having it on while doing some housework, and later when I was taking a nap.
Geraldo Rivera: 'The Mystery of Al Capone's Vault' complete 1986 train wreck
05/01/16, 11:48

Are you expressing a contrary opinion, or asking me if that whole post was just one huge typo?
Geraldo Rivera: 'The Mystery of Al Capone's Vault' complete 1986 train wreck
05/01/16, 10:17

I was in college. Spent the evening treating my huge college beard with olive oil. I recently discovered my old university ID. I look like Osama bin laden.

Has anybody tried watching this now? It's actually pretty good TV, if you accept the premise that, short of breaking in on Amelia Earhart playing chewss with Jimmy Hoffa, Geraldo's three seconds of genuine human embarrassment at the end is the best possible payoff. The biographical and historical material is fairly interesting and informative. Geraldo shoots a tommy gun. You could do worse.

I read somewhere years later that this was a huge step forward for Geraldo's career, because massive ratings for a prime-time special matter more than actually finding something. Further proof, if any was ever needed, that epic shamelessness is the best superpower, far more useful than even flying or invisibility.
(Oliver Stone's) Snowden - trailer
05/01/16, 00:54

Homer, it's clear that people need to know more about this.
(Oliver Stone's) Snowden - trailer
05/01/16, 00:52

(Snowden looks up from his computer, enthused and inspired.)

SNOWDEN (gleeful)
I know... WE'LL PUT ON A SHOW!
(Oliver Stone's) Snowden - trailer
04/29/16, 19:45

With Nicholas Cage, as Fu Manchu.
(Oliver Stone's) Snowden - trailer
04/29/16, 19:44

People need to know more about this, so i guess it's a good thing. Sadly, the tree of cheesy docudramas is nourished by the blood of much better documentaries that never get made.
How to Steam your Yoni to reduce Menstrual Pain and Discomfort
04/29/16, 10:16

She definitely doesn't look like she's about to collapse from starvation. A lot of that gauntness seems to be a cheekbone thing.

My first girlfriend told me that the best thing for menstrual cramps was "a good hard fucking". Looking forward to that video.
How to Steam your Yoni to reduce Menstrual Pain and Discomfort
04/28/16, 12:54

In defense of this woman, what the fuck do I know? If someone told me that women could relieve menstrual discomfort by carrying around a couple of golfballs in there, I wouldn't be able to dispute that. To me, that sounds feasible, though I'm not at all sure that a woman could carry a couple of golfballs like that.

And compare steambaths for the yoni with the more established practice of douching. It occurs to me that I only have the vaugest idea what douching is, but it's supposed to fraught with dangers and complications. I didn't get that from a youtube channel, I got that from a book, in which a gynecologist is quoted as saying that "women who douche pay my mortgage."
How to Steam your Yoni to reduce Menstrual Pain and Discomfort
04/28/16, 12:08

All the comments I'm not going to make. You're welcome.
Well, well, well, guess who is out of prison.
04/26/16, 18:23

>>Stop being pedantic John, you know what he meant. ED is simply a repository of information, so yeah, OBVIOUSLY the mere presence of an article is not, in and of itself, enough to justify judging someone. An ED article could, for instance, state that such-and-such a netizen is "a fine person with a sterling resume" - clearly such a netizen would not deserve to be judged negatively.

>>But that's not what RedRust was saying. What RedRust was saying is that Nick deserves the negative attention, not based on the ED article *itself*, but based on the *things* he's done, things which were recorded in his ED article.

I think that in this situation, being pedantic is called for. Referring to anything in ED as "information" is assuming way too much. If anything in ED happens to be true, it's usually only to make the lie more plausible. If he's done stuff, I'm sure you can find it somewhere more trustworthy, which is basically anywhere. But if you want to use ED as a source for anything, I think you might as well just make it up yourself.
Well, well, well, guess who is out of prison.
04/26/16, 18:01

Oh, why not?

https://images.encyclopediadramatica.se/9/9a/130610566628.jpg

See if that works.
The Illuminati Murdered Prince in an Illuminati Blood Sacrifice for Fighting Them!
04/26/16, 02:48

Ordinarily, I'd think this was all nonsense, but this is the Vigilant Christan we're talking about!
Well, well, well, guess who is out of prison.
04/25/16, 05:35

No. No. NO ONE is to be judged deserving of ANYTHING based on their ED article.

Incidentally, I appear in a photoshop in ED, apparently dryhumping Boxxy's mom. In spite of that, I'm not really a fan.
The Illuminati Murdered Prince in an Illuminati Blood Sacrifice for Fighting Them!
04/25/16, 03:07

The good news is that Prince didn't really die. Just as the Illuminati were about to kill him, he was rescued by Dr Who and his new best friend, Lord Byron. They're all having a fine time back in the 19th century, eating opium, and taking turns banging Mary Shelly.
Well, well, well, guess who is out of prison.
04/25/16, 02:04

Fuck that. Not needing to know what happens in prison is a positive benefit of being law abiding.
Prince at the Superbowl 2007 'LET'S GO CRAZY'
04/24/16, 21:11

I think that a lot of people are going to discover Prince now, because everything that seemed baffling or weird or pretentious about him is no longer an issue. It's all about the music now, and right now, the music of Prince seems unimpeachable. I have a lot to discover, and I'm looking forward to that.
Prince at the Superbowl 2007 'LET'S GO CRAZY'
04/24/16, 18:10

You're... wlecome?

I think his music was wonderful, though I never considered myself a fan. I didn't care much for the movie "Purple Rain" and that kept me at a certain distance all these years, but when I played this clip , I cried big wet tears, because it had been such a sad moment, and then suddenly, the music made me really happy, and the person who could perform this allchemy had just died. Itt was a complicated moment, and bit wet tears was the only thing I had that could fit all of it. I didn't cry when David Bowie and Lou Reed died, and they were supposed to be my heroes.

I guess I'm a fan now.

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