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ALF interviews Leon Redbone
06/20/10, 13:53

I would pay good money to see the thought process that lead to this show. Particularly an assessment of what they thought the demographics would be for interviews with early 1900's style musicians and actors from early 2000's teen comedy shows, hosted by a puppet from the 80's.
Joe Biden's response to Joe Barton's comments.
06/20/10, 13:36

"The one primary role of government is to protect people who are being taken advantage of, who are not able to take care of the circumstances themselves."

First of all, that statement should be stamped across the desk of the Oval Office and both Chambers of Congress. Second, that also explains the reason for Barton's comment. Would you rather represent vulnerable groups in society being taken advantage of? Or powerful groups who have the advantage?
Star Wars: The Old Republic 'Hope' E3 trailer
06/19/10, 16:17

Its good thing they continue the tradition of soldiers as meatshields and redshirts while Jedi's as the superheroes and the only ones that matter. After all, its like this is an MMO where they want people to pick between Jedi class and Republic Soldier class in fairly even numbers.

Wait, it is? Shit.
Stroke Guy reviews Baby's Day Out
06/19/10, 12:59

Also, "Blip.tv recommends that you watch this full-screen with Dolby for the cinematic experience".

...I need full screen and Dolby for a home review of Baby's Day Out?
Stroke Guy reviews Baby's Day Out
06/18/10, 19:49

I saw this movie in theaters, and it made an indelible impression on my mind. The baby twisting the dick and setting it on fire was purely malicious, like showing a guy have his fingernails pulled out in the middle of a Tom and Jerry cartoon. And the fact that the baby was smart enough to explore the city turned the violence from coincidental karmic retribution, to Rosemary's Baby enacting sadistic torture.

Zero Punctuation - Alpha Protocol
06/16/10, 23:19

Weirdly enough I agree. This wasn't funny, but was a comprehensive and interesting game review. Its like he's eezthaY.
Elevator rapist beaten by kid
06/16/10, 20:17

"Foolish girl, you've played right into my hands!"
Fox News on legalizing marijuana
06/16/10, 19:52

This guy is an outstanding speaker for legalization.

"It raises tax revenue! You'd have to be stoned to think it's addictive! It's safer than ever!"
Song of the South Review
06/16/10, 13:42

No one "shat" on you or called you racist. You just started from, and escalated, an extremely defensive reaction. Saying you oppose slavery was humorously unneccesary the first time, but is just getting ridiculous now.

"When we get too emotional over history, we start making things up that aren't true."

Do you see what you did there? You again denied several things you were never accused of, then accused me of two things I never said. There's an important difference between "everything" and "anything" and between "abuse was systemic" and "all slaves were treated equally bad". That, along with Godwining, means abandoning rational argument.

Defending an anachronistic work of art is a perfectly valid point of view. To put it in an anecdote, when James Baskett played Remus it was a breakthrough positive performance by an African-American in cinema, but he wasn't allowed to attend the premier because the hotel banned blacks. The NAACP both praised and criticized it. But your argument involves "we can't know how bad slavery was" and that this unbelievably unlikely scenario was at least possible, therefore the film is justified.

I'm not going to do your research for you on a topic as exhaustive as American slavery, but here's the wiki, and a good book. I sincerely hope you benefit from it.
http://miniurl.com/42591
http://miniurl.com/42590
Song of the South Review
06/16/10, 12:46

Also, I liked South of the South as a kid, and don't think its necessarily inappropriate. It's better at promoting tolerance and avoiding stereotypes than many recent Disney movies. But I literally had no idea for some time that Remus was meant to be a slave, because this is a world in which slavery is either positive or not mentioned. Its a good movie on balance, but without context will further mislead children into the systematic whitewashing of history.
Song of the South Review
06/16/10, 12:34

It didn't simply depict a slaveowner as being nice to his slaves, it showed that slaves were happy to be slaves, and that this was the natural order of things there was no reason to change. This is particularly disturbing in a Disney kids movie, as the films are known for establishing views historical figures for life in the minds of children.

Also the whole "we can't ever know whether most slaves were abused" is complete bunk. If nothing else, it sounds like the creationist defense "we can't know because we weren't there". There's more than enough evidence for a reasonable determination, its only 150 years ago. Aside from the fact that slavery is inherently abuse, there's plenty of historical evidence regarding the lynchings, forced rape, and separation of children and parents that slaves suffered. There have been thousands of exhaustive studies done and if you go to an University Library, you'll find whole wings of exhaustively researched books.

Yes, "there are very few absolutes in History". But one of the few would be that slavery was enacted through the systematic forced oppression and abuse of individuals and families, and that Song of the South depicts a wildly unrealistic situation. "Roots" and "Song of the South" are not opposite yet equally valid perspectives. One is based on a true story, the other is based on an alternate universe. About a third of slaves died during or just after their transport to America. Far less than a third lived out idyllic lives without stress or labor with bluebirds on their shoulders.
Zach audition tape for Oprah
06/15/10, 17:53

He's genuinely funny, and I'd watch that show.

Besides I'd rather five-star the positive efforts of /b/, like Scientology trolling and Keanu Reeves, than simply feeling superior by watching Chris-chan videos.
How to make Atheists' heads explode.
06/13/10, 22:22

Possible answer 3 is my favorite:

Energy 'offsets' can result in matter appearing as if from nowhere
Therefore God is scientifically possible
Therefore God exists
COPS PORN - The Very Best of the TV Show COPS
06/13/10, 14:39

I suppose that explanation makes sense. Patriotism existed during WWII, we lost it after so it existed only as history, and its currently back. The reason I didn't get it is because I don't logically think that the 90s were more patriotic than the 80s, 70s, etc.
Animated Couch Cushion Angered By American Idol
06/13/10, 12:54

Gus Van Sant
COPS PORN - The Very Best of the TV Show COPS
06/13/10, 11:39

"I HAVE A BROKEN TOOOOOOEEEEEEE!... nails."

Also the t-shirt, "Patriotism, it's not just history anymore" doesn't make any sense. If it means 'there was a lack of patriotism and now its back', that's undermined by the image of Iwo Jima.
Zero Punctuation - Fallout 3
06/12/10, 16:48

Yeah, that comment made no sense to me. Objectivism is about property rights above all else, and is the literal opposite of taking people's things in the name of a greater good.
Border Patrol murders Mexican Teen
06/10/10, 22:59

Its cause and effect only if killing someone is a logical or reasonable reaction to having rocks thrown at you. Which it isn't. I know arguing with a cop could result in harm to me, but that never justifies his beating me up.

Its like walking through an alley with money, and getting violently mugged. Your actions led to it, and it may have involved bad judgment. But there's no way that mugger should ever be allowed to use that to justify his own actions.

The fact that the cop was next to his car, wasn't in danger, and that the kid was never observed throwing rocks but only being near kids doing so, it all incidental and irrelevant compared to the fundamental injustice.
Border Patrol murders Mexican Teen
06/10/10, 22:11

Seriously, what is the "kneejerk OMG HUMAN RIGHTS" side to this? There are mockable views like Sweden's "porn is a human right", but what is being said against an officer murdering a kid that comes across as ridiculous?

The person we trusted with power and responsibility acted way dumber than a group of teenagers, and now the rest of those people are coming to try and justify his action rather than hold him accountable. The lesson for me is that if we keep looking for reasons to excuse murder for officers, then we damn well deserve what we have coming.
Trailer for 'Gritty' New Mortal Kombat Reboot
06/08/10, 17:42

I could not stop laughing the entire time.

The "gritty" remake of characters reminds me of the velociraptor Yoshi and jumping obese black-lady Goombas. Could this be the "Super Mario Brothers Movie" of our generation?

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