|That guy - 2016-07-06 |
What am I seeing happen here?
The short answer: Jews.
The long answer: Haim Saban is a successful media mogul, billionaire owner of Saban Entertainment, a company best known for distributing localized versions of foreign children's shows like Power Rangers, Digimon, and Inspector Gadget. In this clip, Hiam is asking a fellow businessman for the money (presumably investment capital?) he, Hiam, is owed. This is problematic, because Hiam's success is resented by a great many people; he is disliked by manchildren for messing with various kid's shows, he is disliked by pro-Palestinians and other such racists for being an avowed supporter of Israel, and he is disliked by Berning Men for being a major backer of Hillary Clinton.
I can't wait to meet the writers who write for EH.
We'll be at ConnectiCon this weekend, cosplayed as either Ladybeard, Rainbow Dash, or Sonichu, depending on which galpal we go up with.
Autographs are a dollar, framed custom posts are three.
|TheSupafly - 2016-07-06 |
I didn't get it until I realized who this guy was.
|Maggot Brain - 2016-07-06 |
Well, did he?
Want his money? Oh yes, he did.
|Xenocide - 2016-07-06 |
And that's why they call him the Green Ranger.
|Sudan no1 - 2016-07-06 |
5 sheriff stars
|cognitivedissonance - 2016-07-06 |
Dude wrote the theme song to Inspector Gadget.
|Lef - 2016-07-08 |
Stars for the comments.
|Quad9Damage - 2016-07-08 |
Mike Starr would be great in a Haim Saban biopic.
|Herr Matthias - 2018-08-17 |
I want to see Shuki Levy's take on this instead.
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