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Proposal Scene from 'Marry Me'
11/20/14, 22:22

I actually like this show quite a bit more than I was letting on in the description, Not everyone's going to agree, though, so I didn't push it. Having gotten into some truly nasty arguments about the scientist and his bowling shirt, I didn't want to bicker about a sitcom.

The premise is pretty bland. I think the scripts are actually pretty good. This is the same old thing, done unusually well. The supporting cast is the usuall wacky friends and comic in-laws, played by some great character actors. Tim Meadows plays one of Annie's gay dads. Jobeth Williams , the mother-in-law from "Dexter" plays Ken Marino's mom. I wouldn't really describe this character as "an angel walking anong us". I might describe her as a bitch, but she's more than that. She's vulnerable. She could turn out to the best thing on the show.

One thing I love about these characters is they don't FIGHT in the traditional comic way that relationship sitcoms have done since the Honeymooners, making up in the last minute. They go through conflict together, without ever acting like they hate each other. Some may find that bland. I find it fresh and likable, but it just might get old in time.

If you like Ken and Casey, you should definitely check it out.
Scared mother in Virginia asks ‘Is there a ghost inside my child?’
11/20/14, 01:31

You don't get to choose. Otherwise, it would be a world of nothing but strippers and tigers. I know that sounds awesome, but there wouldn't be anybody to watch the strippers perform. The economy would collapse.
Guy Dresses Gay So He Can Get Harrassed for 3 Hours
11/20/14, 01:26

I don't think comfortable is a good word to use. Some people are less intimidated than others.
Guy Dresses Gay So He Can Get Harrassed for 3 Hours
11/20/14, 01:24

Okay, I'm down with that. I didn't know what to make of this at first. Probably would have been a good idea to wait for the wave of parody videos to subside.

"Dressed as a homosexual" sounds like a throwback to the fifties or something.

I think that women and gays have the same problem here, the subtext of potential violence. Even if there's no real threat, when you're a stranger, women and gays have to evaluate whether you're a threat or not. It's a position that straight men are put into occasionally, but women and gays are put in that position over and over and over, and some people are more comfortable in that position than others.
#TheSarkeesianEffect: Who is the Real Censor?
11/19/14, 14:49

A lot of you probably know this, but I didn't until very recently. Jack Thompson wanted to obtain a court decision that would exempt video games from First Amendment protections. The man was a bona fide menace.

If you want real evidence that these guys are motivated by some dark primal misogyny, consider the reaction to a man trying to revoke their constitutional rights vs. the reaction to a woman who makes youtube videos.
#TheSarkeesianEffect: Who is the Real Censor?
11/19/14, 08:19

Okay, here's the choice I'm forced to make: Do I watch another Davis Aurani video? Or do I hot myself in the head repeatedly with this hammer.

OW! OW! OW! OW!

I keep forgetting to post this when GG related stuff comes up. Best essay I've seen on the consumer revolt about ethics in gaming journalism. A pleasure to read.

http://www.popehat.com/2014/10/26/ten-short-rants-about-gamergate/
Scared mother in Virginia asks ‘Is there a ghost inside my child?’
11/19/14, 08:12

It's true.

This reality show producer has no dick.

And he just slimed your child.
Woman Whose Bra Size Was 36N Gets a Life-Changing Breast Reduction
11/19/14, 08:06

Not that my opinion matter, but I think it was a good call. In the preload, she looks way more attractive (didn't watch the video), in no small measure because she can stand upright and isn't all droopy. But I'm sure the endless problems with fatigue,, clothes shopping, and climbing into restaurant booths were the real determining factor.
Lipton Cup-A-Soup commercial
11/19/14, 05:43

but they may be a little racist, or possibly hooked on meth.
Lipton Cup-A-Soup commercial
11/19/14, 05:42

These vegetables have old fashioned family values.
Were the Archies modeled after the Cowsills?
11/18/14, 20:30

>>I disagree.

With whom? Certainly not with me.


>>Once people reach a certain age, they only enjoy things from their youth and everything that came after is supposed to be terrible. I think a more honest assessment would lead people to conclude that a media model that functioned just fine for 60 years imploded upon and cannibalized itself the second an alternative appeared.

I didn't say, nor do I believe, that everything out now is terrible. And I didn't address anything so widespread or cataclysmic as the implosion of the music industry. I just said that I don't believe that picking musical artists for their looks is good for music.

If you were to disagree, you might say something like:

"JHM, I believe that you are wrong and that picking musical artists based on their looks IS a good thing for music."

But you said this.

>>If anything, there's more good music than there used to be I think. Not only do you have access to whatever scene is going on in your and nearby towns, but access to whatever scene is going on in any town that has one. People the industry would have ignored 20 years ago can self-publish and reach a far larger audience than they used to.

This has nothing to do with whether picking musical artists based on their looks is a good thing for music or not, so I want to go on the record as saying that I completely agree with that statement, and I, too, disagree with whoever it is that you disagree with.

I only read the first couple of line's of Homer's post, but since he agrees with you, I guess he agrees with me, too.
Were the Archies modeled after the Cowsills?
11/18/14, 15:29

By "holding the guitar in a funny way" I mean extremely high on his chest.

Once again, Homer is being the Dennis the Menace to my Mr. Wilson, so no surprise there.

>> "And so on", that's only two. You've still got three members of the Archie band unaccounted for, and the two you've analyzed so far are unconvincing at best.

Actually, it's three, and I didn't think I'd have to explain that Jughead is the drummer. Reggie is the most generic, and therefore the least derivative.

I don't see any point in debating this, but I do think these objections are mostly way too literal. Why wouldn't they give Betty a tambourine, or make her dance a simple endlessly repeated cartoon loop? What
I'm suggesting is a jumping off place.

This isn't something that can be proven by me or disproven by you. You either see what I see or you don't. If you don't, that doesn't really mean anything for me, and I don't know why it should mean anything for you. It would be nice if someone else saw it, but I was certainly not expecting that person to be Homer.



This isn't something
Seal Rapes a Penguin
11/18/14, 13:47

Not as bad as what was playing in my mind.
Were the Archies modeled after the Cowsills?
11/18/14, 13:06

The Cowsills weren't ugly, but they weren't especially good looking people. They definitely had orthodontic issues, but they had a great pop sound.
"The Rain, the Park, and Other Things" can bring me to tears.

MTV has weeded all but the best looking people out of the music industry, and in my opinion, the music has suffered.
shirtgate 2014
11/18/14, 11:38

People oppressed by video game reviews, meet people oppressed by gaudy bowling shirts.

Truly, we are all brothers... uh, siblings.
Were the Archies modeled after the Cowsills?
11/18/14, 11:29

He's strumming a bass because that's easier and cheaper than making his fingers move, and taking some footage of the cowsills and modeling it is a cheaper and easier than creating "an amalgam of what the creators thought a non-threatening 60's garage band might look like ", something which actually requires thought.
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Obviously, what they look like is Archie, Reggie, Veronica, Betty, and Jughead. The point is that for everyone in the Archies I can point to someone in the Cowsills doing something that looks similar. Obviously, what the Archies are doing is a cartoon loop version.

Where you've got Archie standing to the left holding his semiacoutic guitar way up in a funny way, you've got the lead singer of the Cowsills standing to the left holding his acoustic guitar in a funny way.

Where you've got Betty standing center right dancing with a tambourine, you've got little Susie Cowsill, standing center left dancing in a vaguely similar way. Where you've got Veronica playing keyboard at right, you've got some guy playing keyboard at right.

And so on. Mind you, I'm not suggesting that this is the footage that was used. I don't even think it's the footage that I was watching when I said HOLY SHIT IT's THE ARCHIES.

The Cowsills were huge for a while, and they were appropriated hugely by Pop culture in bizarre ways. They were the inspiration for the Partridge Family, and their distinctive sound was an obvious influence for the theme from Love American Style, which ran on Friday Nights on ABC for ages.

It don't consider this to be a slam dunk, but I think it's a good solid theory.
Deranged (1974)
11/17/14, 19:41

One thing about this movie that's sort of fucked up and obvious exploitation is that the two murders that Ed Gein is known to have committed are fictionalized substituting younger, more attractive women for the actual middle aged victims. The result is an element of voyeurism that provides exploitation thrills, but also dumbs down "Ezra's" character. Why did he do it? Cause he was a generic "sex fiend"? Seeing attractive women in their underwear and hanging upside down nude encourages us (straight men) to identify with Ed and makes his crimes seem exciting and glamorous instead of squalid and sad.

But it's a good movie overall. It looks and sounds almost like it was shot on 16mm, but the writing, the acting, and the sets are all very well done.
Deranged (1974)
11/17/14, 19:19

Works for me.
The Archie Show - opening
11/17/14, 19:18

I know that's an MSTK3 reference, but I can't remember the episode.
shirtgate 2014
11/17/14, 13:01

>>I honestly didn't see this being so blown out of proportion. I think what people are missing is that he APOLOGIZED.

I think that what you're missing is that he CRIED. It was a disaster. It was a Kanye West moment. It was perceived as arrogantly grabbing the microphone and taking a shit all over someone else's moment of glory, because of an inflated sense of self-importance. And trust me, the fact that he had to APOLOGIZE for being shit on is lost on no one.

It's been five years. Nobody ever forgot what Kanye West did at the VMAs. I can't name a single song or album, but I've alluded to the event many times in here "This is the greatest cat video of all time. OF ALL TIME!"

It's not about the poor scientist anymore. GamerGaters are declaring victory, calculating, correctly in my view, that this will embarass the hated "SJWs". Where they err, I hope, is in the belief that this will somehow translate into more respect and legitimacy for them, making them somehow less loathesome.

SO OF COURSE the butthurt feminists are responding by responding by reflexively holding onto their position, the way a severed head of a Gila Monster will still hold onto your ankle. Feminists who disagree are automatically declared misogynist trolls. This is how I got banned from r/GamerGhazi I wasn't picking fights or anything. I was essentially laughing at the Gaters who were declaring this their big defining moment. It never occurred to me that anybody in the Anti GamerGate reddit would be prepared to make a big deal over the silly shirt.

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