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|BART officer shoots restrained, unarmed man in the back.|
Was that wrong? Should I not have done that?
|Sasha Grey on Tyra Banks Show|
All existentialist should be fucked in the ass.
|Sprint0115 - Don't give black women your money|
Sounds like sour chitlins to me.
|Annoying hipsters busking on a subway platform|
I used to be a renegade. I used to fool around.
|You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's Sleepover|
I went. Fuckin' place went dry an hour before I got there.
|Pregnant Trapeze Artist|
No, and I wasn't either. They should have to do it up "The Good Earth" style and cut their own umbilical cord with a sharpened piece of bamboo and have everything cleaned up by the time anyone else might have to be in that vicinity.
|Heartbeeps Teaser Trailer|
John Williams also did "extensive, scene-specific music" for this film. You might also want to know that. Thanks wikipedia!
|'Dote Up a Cat' intro|
|Functional autistic makes tiny TINY sculptures|
"People haven't seen the best of me yet."
They won't be able to.
|Pregnant Trapeze Artist|
Except sit in the quarantine tent until they clean up the mess they are about to make. Amen.
Augustine had it right way back in the 4th century: there is nothing beautiful about human childbirth. We should all just agree to quit shlorping mangemonkeys out of our meatchutes. And I don't want to hear any blubbering out of you emasculated, auxiliary "mothers" out there either. Deep down in your simian nugget, you know that whelp is going to grow up and cut your now-vestigial whorbles off.
|TexarkanaBravehaert wishin yall happy new years|
We're going to eat well this year, poetv!
|Fifty Percent Grey|
The man who created this is slated to direct Akira.
|Gurren Laggan boob mousepad|
I can only conclude from this exchange that Caminante has taken a page out of baleen's book: Bacrie IS Caminante.
|Five ways to take a dip|
"I dip whilst drinking Heineken."
I laugh whilst considering your insinuation. Oh, and FUCK that shit. PABST! BLUE! RIBBON!
|Detroit Metal City Ep. 1|
Hey, the characters actually look Japanese! It's also pretty funny!
Cena, I speak of thee.
|COMPLETELY HETEROSEXUAL Teen Sex Comedy|
Did you see his supple wrists?
|Bing Crosby sings 'White Christmas'|
I'm going to submit it on Lincoln's birthday, if I can find it.
|Trapped in Gaza|
Your response brings up another issue about Israeli rhetoric that bothers me. It always comes back to "But, but look at the Arab nations! Look how they're behaving!" What follows from this is that either Israel should be able to behave just as badly as they do, or that Israel's behavior is beyond reproach relative to that of its neighbors.
I do extend my "liberal relativism" to Israel. Yes they are surrounded by bad neighbors (although Israel has gone out of its way to further alienate itself from them), yes the average Israeli simply wants relief from the constant fear of suicide bombings and rocket attacks. My sympathies to them. However my discussion is restricted to Israel v. Gaza. You've done a marvelous job illustrating just how alone and impoverished of support the Palestinians really are, so it is all the more clear who the little guy is in this case. As for Israel being the "little guy" in the Middle Eastern neighborhood--I suppose that's true, in the same way the U.S. would be the little guy if Central America decided to gang up on it. See Six Day War.
The thing is, there is no shortage of intelligent criticism of Arab nations. I have heard precious little such criticism of Israel, however. There is plenty of criticism, to be sure, but it is almost never well taken. Even its most reasonable critics cannot shake off a faint air of ludicrousness. I dislike the sorts of critics you mention just as much as you do, baleen, but I don't think the answer should be "but look at the Arabs!"
In addition to the aforementioned ground, I criticize Israel because I expect better from it. You beat the dog you love the best and all that. I admire Israel and consider it developmentally superior to the Arab nations in a variety of ways, and I find it embarrassing when sympathizers attempt to excuse irresponsible behavior by pointing fingers at the Arabs. If an adult is to quarrel WITH a child (or group of children), he or she cannot justly quarrel LIKE a child.