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Raul Julia on Sesame Street
07/09/14, 00:27

Ooh, I know the answer to this one, or at least the answer from "Due South":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV76J2TV5sM#t=20s
How to Win Friends and Influence People
07/09/14, 00:16

I think I know someone who uses this technique; it would explain why, when he's trying to persuade you of something, he says your name every other sentence. "The sweetest and most important sound in any language" my ass -- besides being bullshit, it's manipulative bullshit that relies upon the other person being a narcissistic douchebag.
The Oldest Song in the World
07/08/14, 22:52

"A lion is eating my foot off; somebody call a cop!" The lyrics almost fit.
How to Win Friends and Influence People
07/08/14, 17:56

"Greasy ass-fuck" sounds about right.

Also, why is Chris Elliott narrating this?
Star Trek cat attack
07/08/14, 16:06

I think these are yours.
Puddles the Sad Clown sings 'Royals' and scares Deb
07/08/14, 10:55

I love that, every second he's not singing, he looks and acts bitter.
Karl Pilkington explains death
07/07/14, 19:34

When Pac-Man finally dies, does he then become another ghost?
Cheerleader Kills Exotic Animals
07/07/14, 04:44

"'We must kill the animals to save them.'

That is one for the records. Pure doublethink."

There is an element of truth to that, sometimes, from some perspectives. Like you won't find me faulting the preserve in question because they're doubtless doing the thing they need to do to survive and continue their work, and yeah it's a fucked up situation. Culling herds is also sometimes a necessity where there is a shortage of predators (the deer population in NE Ohio, for example, can and does get out of control).

I tend to reserve my frustration for people who think "we must kill the animals because yee-haw!"
Cheerleader Kills Exotic Animals
07/07/14, 03:45

"and my question is about how much have you actually already done to help prevent poaching of these animals, not what you'd hypothetically do if you have money to throw away."

So you are cheering the activities of shitheels simply because they happen to be wealthy enough that some of their wealth trickles down to people who could use it. Jesus, SolRo, when did you become a Republican?
Cheerleader Kills Exotic Animals
07/06/14, 22:16

SolRo: give me $150,000 and we'll see whether I devote it to worthy causes on their own merits, without first demanding that I get to kill something.

I do get the connection between hunters and conservation, but it doesn't follow that hunters should be applauded for delighting in the kill.
Cheerleader Kills Exotic Animals
07/06/14, 21:57

How about this: the cheerleader is pretty horrible, but Boxxy would do more good if she explored the complexities of economics and conservation in Africa. In other words, educate (like you recommend), but as an "and" and not an "instead of". Even if the cheerleader isn't the only person killing carefully selected animals, that's no reason to give her a pass.

This reminds me, on a vastly different scale, of walkathons for various causes: I'd rather just give $30 to a charity than make a teenager walk a certain distance and then I pay in proportion to the discomfort endured. If I believe in a cause I should support it on its own merits, not just if suffering is part of the package.

Every year I give money to my favorite non-profit radio station, but they don't let me hunt the DJ of my choosing. Suddenly tote bags are looking pretty lame.
Raul Julia on Sesame Street
07/06/14, 17:49

Mom, my nuts. One, two.
The Star Spangled Man (with a plan)
07/06/14, 11:29

That may be the line in all of "Archer" that makes me laugh the most, just the way that Archer has completely nailed the newsreel voice.
The Star Spangled Man (with a plan)
07/05/14, 20:00

Didn't watch it. But note that, since they were robots (and not even robots but Broots), they don't have souls, and therefore can't go on a Hero's Journey. At most they can beep-boop their way through problems that they solve through heuristic algorithms.
The Star Spangled Man (with a plan)
07/05/14, 17:31

Well WWII has an awesome plot: evil was taking over the world, and Americans heard the call to stand up to evil, and through sheer grit and determination they stopped evil in its tracks. Who wouldn't pay to see that?

(Yes, I realize there may be a historical inaccuracy or two in that plot. Stop nitpicking!)
The Star Spangled Man (with a plan)
07/05/14, 17:28

It was kind of an inevitable weakness of the film, I think. Cap couldn't win WWII, so they had to distance Cap and the Howling Commandos from the US Army, and likewise distance the Red Skull and Hydra from the Nazis. That way they could have all the superhero POWs! and ZAPs! they wanted, without changing the course of the war. Unfortunately, this also resulted in fights that felt mostly irrelevant, because there's no basis for assigning any importance to them.

I like the film just fine for the first half. But then again, I actually like superhero origin stories (that's the Hero's Journey part of the hero's tale), so I don't mind seeing how Steve Rogers became a superhero. Which, coincidentally, takes us through the rescue of the 107th. After that, well-made action movie that doesn't do much for me.
Puddle's Pity Party (Royals)
07/05/14, 07:03

This one's on me: I was trying to Google for that video of Puddles and the morning show DJs, when I bumped into this in the hopper with six votes. I felt it deserved its day in the sun, especially since it precedes the other one by over 4000 auto-increments.
Star Trek TNG:That Jean-Luc Picard
07/04/14, 17:02

My guess: the abrupt cut to credits signals that this is just any old random moment on board the Enterprise.

It's a little like Garfield Minus Garfield, where Jon Arbuckle is essentially a crazy next door neighbor who leaves his window open, and any time you look you're likely to see him being unwell.
Atlas Shrugged, Chapter McNugget 1.5
07/03/14, 15:51

These are super fun and you need to keep making these. Unless you get sick of it, that is. But I hope you keep going because I think I like everything about these.
Animated Magic Eye
07/03/14, 11:50

Mildly disappointed that a screaming witch didn't appear.

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