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Care Bear Lap Dance
03/07/14, 13:27

I think it's a woman, and judging by the rest of her videos, you won't get anything out of her. I don't think she has much left to live for at this point.
Can Anyone Understand True Detective?
03/07/14, 12:46

You better start; it'll be Spoiler City in a couple days time, and then you'll be shit outta luck.
Guy shoots arrows really fast
03/07/14, 12:38

I'll offer him my rebuttal.
Guy shoots arrows really fast
03/07/14, 12:36

Can an archery nerd comment on the _historical accuracy_ of this method of shooting? He certainly proves it's effectiveness, and it's nice that he's been able to take some heretofore presumed to be "false" historical accounts and demonstrate that they were, in fact, possible... but that still leaves the question of whether this WAS the way in which some, most, or even (as certain segments seem to imply) all ancient masters shot.

For example, in this video, it is claimed that Mr. Andersen "studied the ancient master archers of China, Turkey, Persia". OK, in what way, exactly? Were there actually written accounts of Chinese archers holding a quivers-worth of arrows in their hand? Were there many drawings of such techniques? Or did Mr Andersen simply pick out some of the more extravagant claims of the chroniclers, and set about finding ways in which to accomplish them? The video takes pains to show various pieces of art that corroborate the historicity of his unorthodox (but still widely accepted) hip-shooting technique. Yet we see the arrow-holding technique in only one of the cited pieces, the detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, and to the best of my knowledge that one colonial oppressor is the only archer in the entire tapestry to be shown firing like that (although admittedly, there's only like five archers on the damn thing in the first place). That does not not seem to engender confidence in the claim that this style of shooting was widespread - and further, if this was the case, since Mr Andersen's hand-quiver technique was obviously known to at least a few ancient peoples, it begs the question of why the technique was not more widely adopted. If hand-quiver shooting really conferred such a large advantage, you'd think that anyone who saw it in action (like the Normans and Saxons at Hastings) would have dumped their historian-approved style of archery and gone to work turning themselves into bow-slinging human machine guns. What might the disadvantages be? Mr Andersen does not say.

Anyway, I really don't know enough about the sources he's using (or not using) to say. Can anyone help us out?
What happens if you talk with your phone in a concert?
03/07/14, 10:45

I'd like to imagine that he was on the phone with his sick daughter, dying of cancer. Those musicians are jerks.
Guy shoots arrows really fast
03/07/14, 10:39

Suck it, knights.
Larp guy gets hit In the balls with arrow
03/07/14, 10:11

"It's worth it for reasons unrelated to archery, in case you happen to be some kind of archer hating knight or something."

Don't even joke about that shit, man. I got banned from Gaia Online once for starting a flamewar with some Francophilic knightfags who couldn't accept that longbowmen were superior to knights. Madmen, all of them.

Knight-on-archer racism is a SERIOUS ISSUE.
True Detective: PROOF that MARTY is the killer
03/07/14, 09:13

You wouldn't be giving up the game! It's one thing for punkass film students to show up and try getting in on your shit without really understanding the life, and quite another for a real hardcore street kid to spit truth and show the world like it is. You've paid your dues, and I don't think anyone would DARE accuse you of being a poser... so surely it'd be OK for _you_ to have a voice?

I mean, rules are rules I guess, and if you guys are playing under strict Fight Club codes of secrecy, then fuck it, I hear ya, I won't press the matter!

But if the code is more an informal thing, to protect crusties from exploitation by douchebag yuppies who've never spent time on the streets, then I think you've more than earned the right to document your lifestyle. You could be like Hunter S Thompson with nicer tits, and your experiences (like the one with the naive fiddle kid) might even help out other street kids, who knows?



Anyway, just something to consider. It's your choice, and I know whichever way you go with it, you'll make the right one!
Dead Kennedys - Riot - DMPO's on Broadway (1984-06-11)
03/07/14, 07:09

Therein lies the Dead Kennedy dialectic. They were a great punk band who could really sell you on their lofty ideals, but they're also corporate whores and Jello Biafra himself is an egomaniacal, hypocritical fathead.

As for Hot Topic, I went in one the other day looking for pony gear. The girl behind the counter was very nice. They were playing Dropkick Murphys (best punk band, discuss) and they had a super fluffy Rainbow Dash bathrobe for sale. I always hated HT as a teenager, because MALLCORE YUCK, but I think now that I'm older and less hip, I'm becoming more tolerant of them. They fill a valid economic niche, and as IZ says, there's probably worse places to work in the mall.

Spencers is still obnoxious as hell, though.
True Detective: PROOF that MARTY is the killer
03/07/14, 06:31

orcs - I read the Game of Thrones books on Aldiko. I can't confirm whether it's the best ebook reader, but it's free and it works. Where WoT drops off is a matter of debate, but I think I gave up on the series around Book 7 or 8, don't really remember. On the other hand, I read the third book in one day (no shit, cover to cover, one single day) so I can't say it's all bad. The thing is, it's a very contentious series, and I think part of the problem may have been that WoT took so long to write, that many of the fans' tastes changed in the interim, and they got sick of Robert Jordan by the time his next installment came out. BUT, if you can make it through the first book, hell if you can make it through the first half of the first book where Rand and his buddies are just sitting around in their podunk home town talking to each other and not getting around to shit, you'll probably enjoy the rest! I hear it picks up again towards the end.

And congrats on the new tablet. Any chance we'll be seeing some crazy crustie adventures? If even half the shit you say is true, you should start a Youtube channel and document some of them.
I don't need DNA to perform a curse
03/07/14, 03:55

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EYEHATEGOD - Live in NOLA, USA (16.07.1998) FULL SET
03/07/14, 02:22

I don't know of it's really fair to call EYEHATEGOD "middle-of-the-road", but everything is relative, and I guess compared to other 90s/00s metal and hardcore bands, they were a bit average? Like, you could say they weren't as antisocial as Anal Cunt, or their stage shows were nowhere near as boss as GWAR's, and they certainly didn't have the technical skills or the melodic ear of many of their more effete CM labelmates. But they were still pretty decent in their own right, and I can see why they'd get orcs wet.
A man asks the cast of MLP an uncomfortable question, receives uncomfortable response
03/06/14, 15:25

(animated painting of Fluttershy: http://fav.me/d78r7av )
I don't need DNA to perform a curse
03/06/14, 15:20

Yeah, he was something else. There are a lot of ugly people on the internet. There are a lot of pompous blowhards, a lot of lisping drama queens, and a lot of people who are just plain stupid and believe in all kinds of flimflam. VampiricSpektor was all this and more. He is missed.
A man asks the cast of MLP an uncomfortable question, receives uncomfortable response
03/06/14, 14:07

I think it's real. I HOPE it's real. I mean, I guess it's possible that I've become so saturated with irony, sarcasm, and nihilism, that I am now incapable of telling what is real and what is not; that in effect I am now trolling, not just the external world, but my very mind itself. I've thought long hard about this, but fortunately, I do not believe it to be the case, for the following reasons:

1) I don't think I was trolling. That does, of course, beg the question of whether or not my current mental state allows me to be a reliable judge of my own thoughts, but in the absence of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, I believe self-awareness to be sufficient.
2) If I was trolling - that is, saying things I did not mean in order to get a rise out of people - I think I'd have caught Cena's pass and argued in FAVOR of exposing kids to dark things like Princess Molestia. In fact, if I was REALLY trolling, I don't think I would have bothered arguing at all - I would have just said something outrageous, and left my statement sans support. (related issue for another discussion - where does trolling end, and playing the devil's advocate begin?)
3) I over-analyze a lot things, many of which I have no reason to doubt my sincerity about. That's how I am, it's part of my own social awkwardness. I do this with Chomksy, with Dogecoins, hell it's even what I'm doing now. And finally...
4) I spent all last weekend making an animated painting of Fluttershy. I do not think I would do that if I were insincere, subconsciously or not.




Now, as I told Jarred some months ago, I do sometimes exaggerate a little for dramatic effect. It's the internet, we lie. (e.g. I do not really believe I am married to Rainbow Dash.) But I really do think the show is awesome, and I honestly do believe that it's got some serious artistic merit, and should be understood within the broader context of the death of the Postmodern. If we were discussing any other show, True Detective let's say, would there be any reason to doubt my sincerity?

I also stand by my analysis of Pinkie Pie - "Pinkie Pie is a character with an *extraordinary* amount of psychological depth", OK, THAT part was more than a little tongue in cheek, I admit, but the overall sentiment is sincere. With a little work, I believe she could be one of the great character studies of Western literature. We'll see what happens next week.
How To Pronounce Les Miserables 2012
03/06/14, 13:08

I took French for four years, and I thought I knew how to pronounce Les Miserables. I've now seen nearly a dozen Youtube videos on the subject, each proclaiming a different way to be correct, and I really don't know what to think anymore.

Is anyone here *actually* French? How in the nine hells do YOU pronounce it?
A man asks the cast of MLP an uncomfortable question, receives uncomfortable response
03/06/14, 06:28

Ghost stars for Xenocide.
Is This The Cause of War? Oldest Pyramid On Earth Found Buried In Crimea, Ukraine!
03/06/14, 06:28

So what's the source of this story? It seems to have EXPLODED on the crackpot blogosphere over the last few days, and it's generating an overwhelming amount of chaffe.

Near as I can tell, it originated as a small news blurb in mid-2012, apparently taken from an interview on the Crimean television station, ICTV (no idea what the show was or what the context of the interview might have been. It got a scant attention at the time, only being picked up by one notable news source - a Pakistani paper, the Pakistani Observer. I can find nothing on the "scientist" whom they claim made the discover, one Vitalii Goh, but the article mentions him exploring "alternative methods of finding water", which leads me to suspect he's not a scientist at all, but rather a dowser. This would make sense, as dowsers are notorious for shamelessly making up all sorts of bullshit.

Possible scenario: Crimean TV station aired a forgettable "Ancient Aliens" type program; some wire writer whose deadline was looming saw it and decided to make a story from one of the dowsers featured on the show. Nobody bought it except it for a single paper in Pakistan, one or two local soft news sources, and a few X-Files bloggers. People stopped caring until recently, when the conspiracy theory hivemind started focusing on Russia, the Ukraine, and the Crimea; at that point, Google-warriors rediscovered the story and here we see the result.
A man asks the cast of MLP an uncomfortable question, receives uncomfortable response
03/06/14, 03:26

^ but I would genuinely like the writers to explore Pinkie's experiences with childhood trauma. Maybe not explicitly, but in a bit more depth; after all, the show has made it quite clear that she's emotionally fragile (Party of One), that her family was cruel, cold, and abusive (Cutie Mark Chronicles), and that Pinkie now has an almost pathological need for a surrogate family identity (Pinkie Apple Pie). Given what we know about famous "party kids" of the real world (such as Michael Alig or James St James), and given the weight of additional circumstantial evidence (Pinkie is the only mane pony who is not engaged in fully independent living; she still cohabits with middle-aged adults, which strongly suggests trauma-rooted developmental barriers), I think it's fair to say that some degree of "Pinkamena" is intentional. Pinkie Pie is a character with an *extraordinary* amount of psychological depth, and while I do not accept the more extreme claims of the fandom, I do think the writers would be doing her (and the audience) a disservice if they failed to give her deeper subtext a serious, but respectful, look.

It's like Applejack's dead parents. I certainly don't think the writers should dwell on such issues, or make them lurid! But some children do have dead parents, some children do have an abusive family, and I think it would help these young fans if they saw that they're not alone.
A man asks the cast of MLP an uncomfortable question, receives uncomfortable response
03/06/14, 03:01

I'm OK with them adding little shout-outs for the fans, and why shouldn't I be? It's fun, and it's kind of sweet. It's good for artists to be aware of their audience, to engage with their audience on a personal level from time to time, especially now that we're living in a social media world.

Now, do I think they should add references to grimdark fanon? That's ultimately up to them, but I've ranted at some length about my own feelings re: the darker aspects of MLP before, and to fully explore the issue I'd need a lot more time - like maybe my own video presentation. But in brief, I think grimdark is a bit... easy. It's a bit too comfortable. My Little Pony can be a very challenging show to watch, because it's so different from what we of the younger generations are used to. We children of the 80s and 90s are products of postmodernism. Cynicism, nihilism, irony, violence, fear - from the stories we've told ourselves, this is what we know, these are the cultural narratives on which we were raised. As counter-intuitive as it may sound, we find cruelty and snarkieness comforting. But My Little Pony is not like this. It's extraordinarily hard for us, after a lifetime of jading, to watch a show as sincere and postPoMo as My Little Pony, to accept that, yeah, maybe a good story CAN be made from colorful ponies who are simply just friends, who really do care about each other. So this, I think, is why the fandom sometimes needs to embrace things like Apple.mov or Cupcakes. It's a safety blanket, it helps some fans allay their fears.

It's similar to the way in which 1980s horror movie directors injected humor into slasher flicks; it's a tone shift meant to take the edge off and put the audience at ease. So... is it wrong for some fans to embrace grimdark? No, it's actually kind of touching. But I also think that they're taking the easy way out. Grimdark is not challenging enough, and I think the show is far more powerful when it stays the course.

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