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Binro the Heretic

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I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
04/07/15, 20:22

I loved how we were supposed to feel sympathy for white executives hooked on blow yet hate impoverished black people who smoked crack. In fact, nobody gave a shit about the crack epidemic until white teens from the suburbs started using it.

The 1980s were just fucking awful. Our music mostly sucked. Our fashions mostly sucked. The Reaganites wanted to drag us back to an idealized 1950s DonnaReediverse. Jobs were being shipped en masse out of the country. Wall Street was sucking the life blood out of the country. HIV/AIDS was running rampant and people were actively fighting research into treatment because they felt victims "deserved" to have it.

It was a shitty time to be a teen.
Crusty old fart berates firemen for wasting his tax dollars by buying groceries
04/07/15, 19:29

Pathetic.

Five bucks says this guy has a bumper sticker that says "I'll keep my guns, money and freedom. You can keep your change."
DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals Trailer
04/07/15, 03:45

Yeah, the high-energy music & CG still don't cover up for the fact it's mostly squatting robots picking their way along with the speed of an arthritic old man.
Water Bottle Stand Kick
04/05/15, 13:13

KINK!
Anita Sarkeesian in a nutshell
04/05/15, 05:42

Oh dear, she's pulling a Michael Moore.

Oh well, I still think it was a good idea to shed some light on the sexist attitudes that are still too common in pop culture in general and the game making industry in particular.
NYPD Detective Shouts at Cab Driver for Three Minutes
04/04/15, 21:56

HA!

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/New-York-NYC-NYPD-Taxi-Driver-Uber-Cop-Video-Tirade-NYC-Detective-298585531.html

Maybe soon cops will figure out how many cameras there are watching them nowadays.
The Thermohaline Circulation - The Great Ocean Conveyor Belt
04/04/15, 21:53

That's because we all pretty much agree on the issue of climate change whereas there are several deeply divided camps with regards to My Little Pony, each with its own fiercely-defended ideology.
Congressman Tom Cotton (R) Says Critics Of Indiana Law Should 'Get Perspective'
04/04/15, 17:17

Slippery little devil, isn't he?

"So, does this law open the door for discrimination against gays?"

"IRAN BAD! WE SMASH IRAN! IRAN BAD!"
Congressman Tom Cotton (R) Says Critics Of Indiana Law Should 'Get Perspective'
04/04/15, 17:15

I don't think he ever saw combat. He tried to become a commissioned officer and spent most of his military career in logistics.
Ex-pastor targets out of state bakery who refuses to make anti-gay cake.
04/04/15, 17:09

Well, EvilHomer, here's my two bits:

If a bakery refused to serve someone because they were LGBT, promoted a pro-LGBT agenda or refused to provide a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, I would be pissed off and the refused customer would have a right to legal recourse.

If a bakery refused to write "Gay Pride" on a cake, but was willing to give the customer a cake with no message, I would be mildly annoyed and the customer would just have to either go to someone who would make them the gay pride cake or accept the blank cake and have the words added by someone else.

And as for this video and this guy in particular, he's an uninspired troll who deserves to be ignored more than anything.
Honest Trailers - Jurassic Park 3D
04/04/15, 17:01

It's a parody, so it falls under protected speech and fair use.
Demonia (1990) Trailer
04/04/15, 16:12

Anatomy doesn't work that way!
Demonia (1990) Trailer
04/04/15, 15:39

I don't think that's a puppet.

I think it's a dead cat.
Squeezy Squeezy 'Hand Juicer'
04/04/15, 14:40

But why would you WANT to?
Honest Trailers - Jurassic Park 3D
04/04/15, 14:37

My two young nephews liked "Jurassic Park" well enough, but couldn't understand what all my fuss over it was about.

When it came out in 3D, I insisted on taking them to see it in the theater. They weren't all that excited. They had, after all, seen it many times at home. When we left, they couldn't stop talking about it. The scene with the T-Rex escaping the paddock had particularly impressed them.

When I was a little kid, one of the theaters in our town would have weekday children's matinees. They would run great old movies, shorts and cartoons. I got to see a lot of classics this way.

If I should somehow come into a lot of money, I'd try to build a huge "indoor drive-in" with booths made to look like old cars that can seat whole families at a time. I'd make the walls look like a surrounding fence and the ceiling look like a night sky. There would be a glassed-in playground under the big screen at one end and a snack bar at the other.

I would only show old movies. There would be matinees for kids with movies like "The Wizard of Oz", "E.T.: The Extraterrestrial" and "Fantasia" along with animated & live-action shorts. There would be classic sci-fi like the original (i.e. non-special-edition) "Star Wars" movies, "Battle Beyond the Stars" and "Close Encounters of the Third Kind". There would be more adult sci-fi like "THX 1138", "Blade Runner" and "Silent Running". Adventure movies like "The Time Machine" (the George Pal version), "20,000 Leagues under the Sea" and the first 3 Indiana Jones movies. There would be classic horror like "The Exorcist", "The Birds" and the original "Night of the Living Dead". And midnights on Saturday would see cult classics like "Eraserhead", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and "Heavy Metal".

I don't know if it would be feasible or if it would survive long, but I'd have to try.
Ex-pastor targets out of state bakery who refuses to make anti-gay cake.
04/04/15, 10:12

They're not refusing him service because of his religion. No mention of religion is ever made.

In fact, they're not technically even refusing him service. I'm sure they'd gladly make him a cake and let him add whatever message he wants on it himself.

This is akin to saying a restaurant refused you service because the waiter refused your request to say something racist when they served you the meal.
Chris Chan walks into a courthouse.
04/04/15, 04:26

I was going to say it reminded me of that famous faked footage of Sasquatch walking off into the woods.
Indiana sentences a woman to hard time for having a miscarriage.
04/04/15, 04:21

Right after I heard about this story, I was flipping channels on TV and came across an ABC news report on how people are abusing the "emotional support animal" thing to take their pets with them on airplanes.

That was some crack investigative journalism into a major social problem there, I tell you.

(stars for evil)
The Thermohaline Circulation - The Great Ocean Conveyor Belt
04/03/15, 19:49

My old supervisor STILL thinks climate change is a scam made up by Al Gore to make money selling carbon credits.
Introducing Amazon Consume
04/03/15, 02:35

There are apparently a lot of companies trying to do this shit now.

My mom wanted to try that Wen shampoo, so I ordered some online for her birthday. She tried it and didn't think it made much difference, or at least not enough of a difference to justify the price tag. Oh well, no harm, no foul...or at least that's what I thought.

Then, the following month, I saw another charge of $45 from Chaz Dean. I contacted the company and found they were auto-replenishing the supply and would do so until I told them to stop. I told them to stop. They told me to return the unopened supply for a refund, minus "shipping & handling charges" of course. It cost me $20 to send the stuff back and I got a $35 refund. And because they were sending me a 90-day supply (30 days worth at a time) I had to do that twice more.

I thought I had originally only ordered a single thirty day supply, but there was probably some fine print hidden in there about the "automatic replenishment".

When I told the story at work, a couple of coworkers told me they had been burned in similar fashion, one by a place she had ordered some beauty products from, another by a place he had ordered coffee pods from.

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