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Bettie Page 'Hip Shake'
12/10/14, 10:16

There are two main points we've been considering here, Mr Holmes, both of which are completely factual.

1. That the tide of public opinion has turned against the Stones. That this is indeed the case has been clearly demonstrated within this very comment section; indeed, you yourself already admitted it was true. You knew we would bitch all along! Said so yourself.

2. The Stones suck. This fact is a somewhat harder to pin down, due to the partially subjective nature of "sucking", but their suckitude is supported through the objective, dispassionate analysis of the Stone's work, and furthermore its veracity can be observed indirectly by referring back to the results of Point 1.

There was a third point, something about hipsters something something I don't know, but as long as you're willing to back off the hipstophobia, we can let that slide.

You are welcome to present counter-evidence to dispute either of the above resolutions.
Here Comes Pac Man
12/10/14, 09:25

That's just a cartoon show.
Onibaba (1964)
12/10/14, 05:51

Nuts to that, yo. KABUKI RULES!


wooooo drink fuk kabuki
Metal bassist ruptures testicle on stage and keeps playing
12/10/14, 05:45

Ride of the Valkries is metal as fuck. You and her could start a Wagnerian black metal band!
Here Comes Pac Man
12/10/14, 05:00

No it's not. The real PacMan does not have arms or legs.

http://tinyurl.com/therealpacman
Alpha Chow
12/10/14, 03:07

"Did you know, Kayuqtuq, that in the Southern lands, they have only one word for snow, but three hundred words for fucking-an-animal...?"
Alpha Chow
12/10/14, 03:02

That's a great list, Boomer! This video definitely is an explosion of fetishes, and I'd wager that the guys at Adult Swim know it.

While I don't have the studies available onhand, I have heard that the rates of self-reported zoophilia are markedly higher within the furry community than within the general populace at large. Outright zoos are still a minority (significant, but a minority), and the question could be asked as to whether zoos gravitate towards furrydom, or whether furrydom encourages and produces zoos (similar to the age-old debate about whether magical girl anime is a symptom, or a cause, of pedofork behavior), but the really important question would be whether or not anthro fetishism is the same as zoo fetishism.

From a strict, dictionary definition ("zoophilia is sexual attraction to non-human animals"), anthro fetishism would indeed qualify as zoophilia. However, from a strict dictionary definition, you could argue that catgirl, elf, Twi'lek, or even perhaps cyborg fetishism counts as zoophilia, too!!! I think perhaps zoophilia is a term that has become hopelessly outdated; a descriptor that may have worked back in the pre-internet age, but nowadays human perversity has become too baroque and nuanced to be handled with such a simple word.

If the Inuits have fifty words for snow, then surely it would make sense for Americans to have fifty words for "wanting to bugger something non-human".
Onibaba (1964)
12/10/14, 02:34

If I was handling the remake, I'd add in some busty, stoned highschool kids for Onibaba to kill.
Onibaba (1964)
12/10/14, 02:29

I was all set to make fun of you, poorwill, but you know, on reflection, the movie is indeed a little boring. Most Japanese cinema is.

It's also very cool, quite moody and evocative, with haunting visuals that'll stick with you for years. I haven't seen this movie since college, but I still have dreams about that mask and the susuki fields! In a way, watching the film is rather like plodding through a reed swamp. Beautiful, frightening, and tedious in equal measure.
Bettie Page 'Hip Shake'
12/10/14, 02:08

The only factually incorrect statement I have made is by saying that Scorcese is 90. That was intentional hyperbole, and at any rate, it has no direct bearing on the Stones themselves, about whom I have been meticulously accurate.

Did you acknowledge that one can dislike the Stones without being a hipster? If so, then... good! That's a start. Although I don't see why it should really matter if people here are hipsters or not hipsters or whathaveyou (inb4 a chlorine attack at a hipster convention forces us all to re-examine our tribal animosity against hipsters!), I suppose that so long as long as you're willing to concede that young people who dislike the Stones make a good point, that is enough for me.
Using a montante (two-handed sword) in close quarters?
12/09/14, 14:46

CHOP GEAR.
Using a montante (two-handed sword) in close quarters?
12/09/14, 14:45

Or maybe give them a Top Gear style show, only for swords? Lindy, Schola, and Skalla are like Jeremy, James, and Richard respectively; I could picture that working frighteningly well.
Peter Pan Live: Hook's Tango
12/09/14, 14:34

Are they antonyms? I've always used the two terms somewhat interchangeably. Granted, they are not direct synonyms - "macho" (in my experience) implies a degree of tough, muscular manliness, whereas "bear" (again, in my experience) implies a degree of hairy, sweaty manliness. Both are aspects of a similarly gendered archetype, with large areas of overlap. It is possible for someone to be macho and not bear (such as a perfectly shaven. muscle-bound MMA fighter), as well as for someone to be bear and not macho ("sloppy bears", like Bob Belcher), but they are hardly *antonyms*. Surely?

Or have I misunderstood?
hi
12/09/14, 14:24

I know I did.
Bettie Page 'Hip Shake'
12/09/14, 14:22

The one saving grace that the Stones have is that they're still the darlings of the major record labels, which, let's face it, was the only reason they thrived in the first placed - exactly middle of the road and thus perfect for the corporate gatekeepers of 1970s radio. Dated or not, The Stones keep playing ball, and the RIAA will keep trying to force-meme them onto kids.

But no amount of product placement in Ke$ha songs will hide the truth.
Bettie Page 'Hip Shake'
12/09/14, 14:13

Martin Scorcese is like 90 years old, John. Of course he's going to wanna make films about The Rolling Stones. He's just as much a dinosaur as they are! In *your* generation, 'Shine a Light" would be like Frank Capra coming back from the grave to do a documentary about geriatric flappers.

Sinatra doesn't work as a Stones analogy, because for all of his problems (and there were a lot), Sinatra's got that timeless sense of class that will never truly go out of style. The Rolling Stones are basically just dumb teenagers trapped in the faded snapshot of a long-dead era. Ol' Blue Eyes, he's you and me.
Metal bassist ruptures testicle on stage and keeps playing
12/09/14, 13:59

Also His Balls Were Removed
Cop faces firing for using compassion rather than tasers to deal with suicidal student
12/09/14, 13:44

Since the bleeding hearts said you couldn't shoot suicide risks dead with your pistol.
Using a montante (two-handed sword) in close quarters?
12/09/14, 13:41

It would in old-school UFC, but nowadays the crybabies would disqualify him for, wwwwaaaaahhh, "breaking the ruUulllleeesss".
Using a montante (two-handed sword) in close quarters?
12/09/14, 12:08

GOOFY LIKE A FOX.

Skalla's a great showman; he's less academic than Lindy or Schola Gladiatoria, but he really seems to relish his Industrial-club-on-Fridays/ LARP-field-on-Saturdays persona, and he's very passionate about swords. He's definitely more of a "beer and vidya games" type of nerd than either of his two main contemporaries, and he's got an immense amount of practical, hands-on experience with weaponry. He is neither a trained archeologist, like Lindy, nor a professional HEMA instructor, like Schola, but he IS a highly skilled blacksmith and builder-of-ridiculous-weaponry.

I've been toying with this idea of the three of them together in an RPG campaign: Schola as the stoic, serious warrior, Lloyd as the brilliant womanizing charlatan, and Skalla as the slightly insane Steampunk duelist. A graphic novel, a PnP module, or even a Youtubized miniseries.

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