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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver - Prisons
07/22/14, 01:56

"I don't mean to stereotype conservatives, but I'm beginning to believe they don't have the capacity for empathy."

That's close to what I think I see in them: they are capable of empathy, but only to those who they consider "their tribe", which can be very very narrowly defined. Their family, their pets, their friends and neighbors; and a great deal of orthodoxy is required to maintain tribal standing. As soon as you've "left the tribe" you're a potential enemy or even possibly an actual enemy, and at that point there is no empathy.

This is the paradox of small town America: you will find no more loving, nurturing place than a small town, where everybody knows everyone else's business and they will rally together to help anyone in need. Until someone admits they're an atheist and suddenly they're an outsider.

I've got a conservative uncle, and like a good Christian his politics are right wing. As a result he has supported efforts to defund schools, to reduce the power of unions, and to kill Obamacare. He was blithely happy to do so; then I pointed out that those very policies just cost his niece (a cousin of mine) her teaching job, and since there are medicines she needs to survive but can't afford out of pocket, her life was actually at risk. Lessons learned ... ? None. Oh he was supportive of his niece and offered to help however he could, but he never made the leap that, if it's bad for someone he cares about, perhaps it's also bad for people he doesn't even know. (Everything worked out okay-ish in the end BTW. The niece had a laundry list of medical ailments that allowed her to go on disability, as much as she would have preferred to keep working.)

Hooray for primordial instincts! From tribal loyalty to schadenfreude to our capacity for hate, I blame all our worst qualities on our primate ancestry.
Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde - Aggro
07/21/14, 05:02

Thought you might like this, some shots of various famous British people at a V Festival:

http://ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com/71328676.html?thread=12563914404

Olivia's in there, and so are a couple "Doctor Who" assistants. In case you're wondering whether they look good in real life or is that just a trick of tons of makeup and perfect lighting.
Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde - Aggro
07/20/14, 21:02

I have to say, Julia Jekyll (Olivia Hallinan) grew up pretty damn fine in real life. No trace whatsoever of muttonchops.
Topic A with James Urbaniak - Millennials
07/20/14, 19:41

"I can't remember his name, but there was one freshman Teabagger who was shocked to discover that his health care would take 90 days to kick in, and felt there should be a government program he could go on that would cover him."

Remembered his name -- Andy Harris, and he's a doctor (well an anesthesiologist):

http://news.firedoglake.com/2010/11/16/entitled-tea-party-jagoff-wants-government-run-health-care-immediately-upon-entry-to-congress/
Supergran w/ guest star Gary Glitter
07/20/14, 19:07

Well at least Supergran should be safe enough.
Cockroaches that eat guano and the occasional bat.
07/20/14, 15:02

NOT a superstitious cowardly lot.
Supergran: Supergran and the Skimmer
07/20/14, 12:48

That is the least convincing depiction of American football I've ever seen. And I live in Browns territory.
Do you like being in the front seat?
07/20/14, 11:59

And now we know why little David had to go to the dentist.
Frank Zappa on 'Make Me Laugh', 1978
07/20/14, 07:11

That analogy made me laugh.
Joaquin Phoenix's Forehead (Rotated)
07/19/14, 17:27

And then there was the time Joaquin Phoenix's forehead tried to destroy the Enterprise:

http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Nagilum
Joaquin Phoenix's Forehead (Rotated)
07/19/14, 05:51

VOLDEMORT!!!!!!
Joaquin Phoenix's Forehead (Rotated)
07/19/14, 04:42

I couldn't watch the original video in the hopper but voted it to freedom because I can guess what the video was. This, perhaps?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9UDVyUzJ1g

I leave it to someone else to do the resubmit.
Jon Voight Blames Everything on Obama
07/18/14, 08:27

So in this past primary season, how many hours of work did you put into primarying better candidates?
Jon Voight Blames Everything on Obama
07/18/14, 07:34

Five for you, you Motherfucker!
Vic Reeves orders fried eggs as Ramsay's 3 Michelin-starred restaurant in London.
07/17/14, 20:26

Sure, Vic Reeves was trying to provoke a reaction. But you know how Gordon could have come out completely on top? By making some superior fried eggs, maybe served with a complimentary side of something fancy. It's not like fried eggs were an absurdly complicated thing that would tax the kitchen staff.

And once in a while, it is entirely possible that a customer genuinely wants something simple, perhaps their innards are queasy and they need something that's easy to work with.

Gordon Ramsay is a far better cook than he is a restaurateur.
'Weird Al' Yankovic - Foil
07/17/14, 05:09

I've got no complaints about "Royals". A sixteen-year-old girl wrote it and did a fantastic job performing it; that is pretty exceedingly awesome. It sure beats the hell out of anything I was doing at sixteen, or much much older for that matter.
'Weird Al' Yankovic - Foil
07/16/14, 10:02

I'm glad I was patient on this one.

Hey, it's Patton Oswalt!
Kevin Smith on the set of the Millennium Falcon
07/15/14, 08:04

I was fortunate enough to see "Chasing Amy" first; I liked it. Yeah, the lead guys were kind of broken, but that was the point; romance wouldn't lead to drama (on the screen or in real life) if people were generally good at handling it.

Then I saw "Clerks" and it was largely a retread of the same themes, only it didn't deal with them nearly as well. Kevin Smith's troubles coping with women are worthy of a single movie, just one.

The "Clerks" cartoon is pretty awesome.
Karl Pilkington - Mrs Battersby
07/15/14, 07:12

Spirit gum.
Tornado Sirens in Downtown Chicago
07/14/14, 18:05

Low batteries week?

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