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Binro the Heretic

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Counterfeiting : Documentary on the Business of Counterfeits and Knock-Offs
06/01/14, 21:06

People pay more for things, not because they know they are of higher quality, but because they want people to know they paid more for them.
Matlock Opening
06/01/14, 19:12

I watch this whenever I happen to catch it on.

No, I don't care who knows that.
Megyn Kelly vs. Bill O' Reilly
06/01/14, 16:53

They ought to know you can't put two of them in the same tank. They'll totally eat each other.
Superego Podcast: General Zod Meets His Attorney
05/31/14, 19:48

I don't know why, but the hair gel bit was where I laughed aloud.
Goat Simulator: Ethiopia
05/31/14, 19:20

All goats die.

Few goats truly live.
Christopher Lloyd takes a dump on lamprey infested toilet
05/31/14, 17:34

For some people, the toilet is the only place they can go and not be bothered. Usually, they don't even perform any biological functions. They just sit and read.
Goat Simulator: Ethiopia
05/31/14, 17:32

I had a pet goat named Goat. I know what a goat smells like. I know what goat shit smells like.

I won't be rushing out for a Glade aroma of goat plug-in, but compared to cat shit, it's as sweet as magnolias and honeysuckle.
Richard Pryor Show - Bar Sketch (with Maya Angelou)
05/31/14, 13:22

Nothing in this scene is funny.

We only laugh so we don't despair.
Goat Simulator: Ethiopia
05/31/14, 13:15

Gotta agree with IZ. The worst smelling herbivore is less offensive to the nose than the best smelling carnivore.

Especially a carnivore who will only dine on the absolute worst smelling food on the planet. Seriously, what the fuck are they putting in cat food?

Also, a goat in any condition smells way better than a wet dog.
Christopher Lloyd takes a dump on lamprey infested toilet
05/31/14, 13:11

This made-for-TV shameless "Jaws" rip-off brought to you by: Animal Planet, the same channel that brought you that show about rich people building luxury treehouses in their back yards.
A tractor driver falls asleep at the wheel
05/31/14, 09:14

You're drunk, kid. Go home.
Goat Simulator: Ethiopia
05/31/14, 09:13

Hey, goats gotta get around, too.
Walden: A Game
05/30/14, 15:28

Sorry, didn't mean to snap. I know you were just being snarky for laughs.

But never tell a guy like me to just quit the job and run off on an adventure. It's like taunting a starving dog with raw meat that turns out to be a steak-shaped squeaky toy.

"Dwarf Fortress" is a fun game, but makes too many demands for the kind of experience I enjoy most. If I don't harvest and trade my crops in "Minecraft" nothing terrible will happen. My little toy world in a bottle will still be okay.

If you take your eye off the ball in "Dwarf Fortress" to enjoy the scenery too long, you'll find most of your dwarfs have been eaten by a carp and one dwarf, driven mad by boredom and grief, is gleefully murdering the remaining dwarfs.
Walden: A Game
05/30/14, 15:17

A few cats and he'll be fine.
Walden: A Game
05/30/14, 14:52

Thoreau didn't have a family to think about. My mom just had another surgery. They fused two more of her neck vertebrae and took out the pad between to relieve pressure on her spine. She's regained some use & feeling in her left arm, but her legs are still not that good at getting her around. My older nephew is 13 now, he can take care of himself and helps out around the house, but I don't want to make him do too much. He's got enough shit in his life, I want him to have ample opportunity to just be a kid. Same goes for his little brother who's 7 now and has way more serious problems. My sister is currently incarcerated, but doing better. She's been getting psychological counselling and now that she's off drugs she looks and sounds worlds better. She got her GED and will hopefully be placed into a halfway house sometime around October. Meanwhile, I still have to put in forty hours a week and my dad puts in fifty, mostly to keep the health insurance that helps take care of my mom.

Anyway, as Billy the Poet points out below, Thoreau was only able live at Walden Pond the way he did because he had a wealthy mentor (Ralph Waldo Emerson) who let him stay on his land for free. And Thoreau didn't live as simply as most people think. He often had dinner and spent nights in Emerson's nice big comfy house and took his clothes to his mother for laundering.
Men's Rights Divorce Attorney Commercial
05/29/14, 21:31

I once worked with a guy who went so far as to move to another sate, change his name & physical appearance and sign over everything to his mistress in an effort to prevent his wife from getting anything in the divorce. He even tried to avoid paying child support for his son.

It finally caught up with him, though. When the full story came out, he tried to defend his actions. His ex wife hadn't done anything to him. She hadn't cheated on him or treated him badly in any other way. He literally just up and left her.

The excuse he gave us was that he and she had started dating in high school and gotten married right after college. When he had started working at an architecture firm, he became smitten with a coworker who soon became his mistress. He felt it was unfair he should be expected to remain married to his wife when it totally wasn't his fault he hadn't realize this other woman would be out there for him to find.

He was just as big a self-absorbed asshole as you would expect.

I'm not saying there aren't women just as guilty of doing horrible shit during a divorce, but it doesn't make good business sense to cut your potential list of clients in half like this.
The Dark Knight Rises opening scene
05/29/14, 21:16

Shit like this is REALLY making me look forward to seeing Affleck as Batman.

I know it will be stupid and fun to watch as opposed to just stupid.
Abandoned House, Exton Witch House
05/29/14, 21:06

My grandmother used to tell us grandkids a story about an elderly woman's ghost who kept the front porch of her house swept clean of leaves after she died.
Elliot Rodger's Reaction to Seeing a Young Couple at the Beach
05/29/14, 20:35

The thing that really gets to me is my younger nephew used to have this same attitude. He was badly neglected in the first two years of his life by my sorry-ass sister and his sorry-ass father. They would leave him unattended for most of the day while they got high. When my parents & I finally took him in, he was just about ruined.

He's better now, but it's taken us five years of patience and constant monitoring to get through to him. He now understands that he is not the only person in the world who matters. He also understands he doesn't just get things because he wants them. More importantly, he's no longer filled with rage and anger against people who deny him things he wants. Sometimes, he still gets deeply upset when he's told he can't do or have something, but such incidents are becoming few and far-between. Again, it has taken us years of constant work to get him to this stage.

I'm wondering if this Rodger guy was neglected as a kid? Maybe he was taken care of materially and physically, but ignored emotionally? I'm not trying to make excuses for his actions or lay blame elsewhere or evoke sympathy for him. I'm just trying to understand how someone could become so broken.
Walden: A Game
05/29/14, 20:18

I know a lot of people would consider this game a boring waste of time, but I'm kind of bummed it hasn't become available yet and probably won't ever.

I'm a guy with a lot of responsibilities and not much free time. I can't really drive out to the beach or woods and get away from it all. I play a lot of video games that aren't really games so much as crude virtual reality toys.

I love open sandbox games that let you just do what you want without constantly nagging you to complete certain goals. Minecraft, Startopia, Windborne, Ocean Dive and the Endless Ocean games on the Wii all fulfill this need nicely. Also, GTA: Vice City. All the subsequent games in that series continue to nag with stupid shit even after the main story line is completed, but with Vice City, I can cruise around the neon-lit streets under the stars listening to Kool & the Gang.

I also have a freeware game made with the Unity engine called "Nature Treks: Healing with Color" Its a bit new-agey and has its faults, but it's great for giving the sense of taking a stroll through a natural setting.

If anyone knows of other similar games, I'd like to know about them.

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