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CrimsonHyperSloth - 2010-03-28

Crreeeeeepppppyyyy.... wait... did he just say "Ma-Chet-E"?

CrimsonHyperSloth - 2010-03-30

I just realized it's like a psychotic version of Green Eggs & Ham.
I will not hurt you with a gun.
I will not hurt you just for fun.
I will not hurt you in a fire.
I will not hit you with a tire.

themilkshark - 2010-03-28

This is like, the opposite of a wrestling promo

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-03-29

5 stars for ma-chet-e.

pineapplejuicer - 2010-03-29

i think he's high

phalsebob - 2010-03-29

Wait... something's not right. That headband... why would he need that unless... good lord, that's not a ceiling fan, it's a gunship! It's a trap!

*cue Ride of the Valkyries*

Camonk - 2010-03-29

And then I'll ask, Why do you want to help the poor? Then I'll ask, Why are there women in TROUSER PANTS or negroes DRIVING CARS THAT THEY OWN?! I'll ask this because I have no idea what century it is and my backwards, saurian ideology is brokenly based on making sure that no one is well off unless I am and since I'm not as rich as I want to be, I'm going to whine and cry and misunderstand a religion I only pay a half-hearted lip-service to because I'm basically a moral coward with neither real convictions nor strength to back them up. I am a sad shadow of a man and if I died, the world would become a brighter place but I'm such a selfish parasite I'll keep on living trying to make other people's lives measurably worse so mine seems measurably better because that's how it works. Bible.

Ghoul - 2010-03-29

What he said.

Xenocide - 2010-03-29

Any political movement that needs to make a promise not to harm or kill people has already lost whatever legitimacy it may (or may not) have had.

The Great Hippo - 2010-03-29

It was actually one of the first things Martin Luther King Jr. did during the Civil Rights Movement; got together with a bunch of other black civil rights leaders and made a solemn promise that the shitload of black dudes marching in the streets and doing sit-ins at restaurants would never, ever, resort to violence of any kind. Turns out people in the south would get a little edgy at the sight of a lot of black dudes all gathering in the same place, and he wanted to make sure there was no miscommunication.

I mean, don't get me wrong--this guy's a fucktwit--but, given the right atmosphere and approach, there's absolutely nothing wrong with making a solemn promise to never resort to violence.

engrish muffin - 2010-03-29

this man has the belligerent eyes of a chronic alcoholic.

Midnight Man - 2010-03-29

His mannerisms (speech, facial expressions, body language) kind of make this come off like an overly aggressive, and at least slightly drunk, seduction attempt.

Syd Midnight - 2010-03-29

He's trying to impress his peers with his bravado. He wants their approval, not your fear.

baleen - 2010-03-29

Good luck in November guys.

memedumpster - 2010-03-29

I really want my ceiling fan to sound like that. Well, maybe not all the time.

Also, I call "stoned gay troll." That's what a Bible looks like when you buy one for a dollar at a thrift store so you don't spend a lot for a prop you intend to degrade on camera. Real religious zealots take excellent care of their Bibles by having fifty of them which they never actually open.

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