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Sovereign Citizens Getting Owned Compilation
07/16/15, 17:21

Five-starred and fav'd even before I watch it.
Millennium Falcon vs USS Enterprise: Who'd win the battle?
07/16/15, 17:04

The thought I had was that transporters are the decisive technology, except as fast as the Millennium Falcon is, it might be difficult to get a lock, so the transporters wouldn't be an advantage. They might even turn into a disadvantage. The Millennium Falcon might conceivably win if the Enterprise took down its shields to use the transporters, and the Millennium Falcon took advantage of the situation ... but for that to be possible, they'd need a psychic pilot.
Millennium Falcon vs USS Enterprise: Who'd win the battle?
07/16/15, 17:01

That works really well with Star Wars fans. I know a guy whose coworkers were all big SW nerds who would meet in costume on weekends, and the aforementioned guy once asked if he could join in, because he already has the plastic pointy ears and he knows the salute. He was met with a red face and, so the story goes, a throbbing vein on the forehead.

Star Trek fans are used to being made fun of, though.
Millennium Falcon vs USS Enterprise: Who'd win the battle?
07/16/15, 15:21

I have opinions on this, but can I just say that Judy Greer is welcome to talk to me about Star Trek all day if she wants.
Strange Formation Hovers Over Philadelphia Houses
07/16/15, 14:43

Zeus has taken interest in another mortal woman.
Bryan Cranston's favorite Albuquerque hot spots
07/16/15, 13:34

The thing about Gus and Walt both is, they seem to be willing to moderate their responses to the lowest violence level they feel is necessary. For example, Gus simply deported those cleaning ladies who saw the meth lab, rather than kill them.

That said, even more than Walt, Gus could step away from the drug trade any time he wanted to. He may soothe his conscience by refraining from violence where convenient, but he's still got plenty of blood on his hands by choice.
Bryan Cranston's favorite Albuquerque hot spots
07/16/15, 02:26

"The point to Breaking Bad is that you start out completely sympathizing with Walt and thinking, BOO evil wife doesn't want him to be good at something, BOO evil brother-in-law wants to get in his way, and then sometime by the end you realize you've been rooting for the wrong guy and it's hard to figure out where exactly that change took place, because of all the little tiny escalations like the proverbial frog in the boiling water, and it's just a matter of realizing when things have gone south."

I don't know, even from the first episode it was possible to feel Walt was (partially) in the wrong, and by the final episodes it was possible to feel Walt was (partially) in the right. The fact that there was always grey to all the major characters in the series is what made it work, and is why we're still talking about it.

Even Todd -- god, I hope I never meet someone like him in real life, but as a fictional character I love the shit out of him. He clearly comes from a background that has no problem with violence, but he's trying to make something better of himself, and he tries to find a balance between violence and reason. Like the scene where he gets Jesse some ice cream -- that in no way makes up for keeping him a slave, but he's at least trying to be a considerate owner of another human being. And his efforts to hit on women are endearingly pathetic.
Bryan Cranston's favorite Albuquerque hot spots
07/15/15, 17:36

Too close to the situation to have perspective? Underestimating Walt because he's never shown any alpha male traits? Sympathy for Walt for being a dying man? Plus Hank isn't the greatest DEA agent, he's too full of swagger and a little overconfident.

That said, there will be times when it really, REALLY feels like Hank is doing his damnedest not to get it. One will involve Walt and a crashed vehicle, you'll know it when you see it.
The Romney Presidency: A Look Back
07/15/15, 03:21

July 2015: eat crow, shit, or humble pie, RoUS. Whichever you prefer.
Picard Shuts Down G'Kar
07/15/15, 02:16

He has a stupid haircut, so he must be a "Babylon 5" character. Therefore, G'Kar.
Learn Estonian; Twelve months
07/14/15, 12:53

Any chance of a "the educational value of poultry" tag?
Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton (2004)
07/13/15, 15:16

A great many Bernie supporters have sworn that they will never vote for anyone ut. I believe them.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - Comic-Con Trailer [HD]
07/13/15, 15:14

"Tell me, do you bleed? You will."

- Batman, teaching 5th grade sex ed
Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton (2004)
07/13/15, 08:00

If your vote for the Democrat wouldn't matter then it doesn't matter for your preferred shitball either.

But this isn't about whether you personally make all the difference, any more than whether a single deserter would change the outcome of a war.
Learn Estonian; Twelve months
07/13/15, 04:58

"Language isolate? Estonian is pretty damn similar to Finnish."

I can believe that, since Finnish for "you might solve a mystery or rewrite history" is "I'm going to stroke it, your arms are broken".
Learn Estonian; Twelve months
07/13/15, 04:46

Speaking of,

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=4640
80s Estonian Meat Commercial
07/13/15, 04:45

Twelve months.
Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton (2004)
07/13/15, 04:40

If your ideals empower people completely opposed to your ideals, then your ideals are shit.

Let's not talk Nader because the differences between Republicans and Democrats were not quite as visible in 2000 as they are today, so 15 years ago a person could legitimately have not expected Republicans to whiz 9/11 and then invade an unrelated country. But today we know; there is no way not to see the differences. And if your "ideals" are such that you can countenance sitting the election out and letting Republicans into power, then you are clearly fine with racism, full-scale invasions, theocracy, oppression of women, oppression of the LGBT community, and ever-increasing income inequality.

If you're seriously concerned that the Democrats fall short of your ideals, get involved in primary season. Talk to some of them, and try to persuade them to your side, as Elizabeth Warren did in this video. But if your ideals never see any actual activity, they aren't ideals at all.
Hotline Mystery Inc.
07/13/15, 03:00

Daphne talking about how much she enjoys hitting Slopes, I knew she was a racist shitbag all along.

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=94296
Free College!?
07/12/15, 18:29

A few ways in which college is bad for the Republicans:

- College is often the first place a Christian hears a good explanation of evolution, or the Documentary Hypothesis for that matter.

- College is a place to meet people from diverse backgrounds, including liberals, gays, atheists, and even blacks. It's a good place for misconceptions to be dispelled.

- You know how the Texas schools are teaching that the Civil War was about states rights and tariffs and only a tiny bit of slavery? There's a reason they want to control the truth. Universities are likely to torpedo their efforts.

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