|Avengingatheist - 2009-03-06 |
Sounds like the US Army is totally unprepared for the Decepticon menace.
|dueserpenti - 2009-03-06 |
That colonel doesn't want to play.
I think they brought him on the show for that exact purpose.
No rating because I don't want to give five stars and I don't want to blow this video's rating.
... So you don't want to do what the site is for?
Four stars because while it's true that it's the best segment on Colbert in a really long time, the best this show can manage nowadays is still only "pretty good." The days when Colbert would make Bill Kristol squirm are long, long over.
> ... So you don't want to do what the site is for?
If you haven't figured it out by now, our rating system is completely fucked up, in particular with regards to how a video that has a million five star votes and one four star vote can never appear on the top rated list.
A four star rating means, "I liked this." I don't think it makes any sense that giving a video a positive rating should actually LOWER its ranking.
|RockBolt - 2009-03-06 |
curse you, posting-seconds-before-me-type-people.
|ProfessorChaos - 2009-03-06 |
needs more fog.
|simon666 - 2009-03-06 |
"We would never shoot nuclear weapons at decepticons, ever."
|IrishWhiskey - 2009-03-06 |
Long way to go for a punchline, but it was worth it.
|dementomstie - 2009-03-06 |
Koala Pox, it sounds like a cuddly virus.
|Baldr - 2009-03-06 |
I was going to one-star this submission for having the audacity to suggest that anything could be more awesome than 'better know a district'. Still, while it fails by that criteria, it's still a pretty good segment.
|afp3683 - 2009-03-06 |
This is what I see whenever I turn on Glenn Beck.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-05-27 |
Our refusal to use nuclear weapons on Decepticons is going to cost us.
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