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  1. Hoo-ah!

  2. I’m just gonna let this one be.

  3. He’s making a Spectorcle of himself

  4. Nope, still doesn’t look crazy enough to be realistic.

  5. Scent Of A Dumpster

  6. That’s a Wall of Hair all right.

  7. They only got two things right about Phil Spector in this picture: His hair and his belonging next to a pile of trash.

  8. Remember when Al Pacino was considered a good respected artist? Me neither

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        • We love you facetaco, but A Few Good Men did not star Al Pacino.

          And don’t say fag.

          • Not defending ft’s totally gay joke, but that is not from A Few Good Men.

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          • IMdB Trivia: That particular quote from 1992′s A Few Good Men was actually a clever reference by Aaron Sorkin to an identical quote spoken by Pacino in S1mone, which absolutely did not come out a decade after A Few Good Men, no matter how many times you Google it.

          • And anyway, Homer said it best:

            “Look Marge- you don’t know what it’s like — I’m the one out there every day putting his ass on the line. And I’m not out of order! You’re out of order! The whole freaking system is out of order! You want the truth? You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth! ‘Cause when you reach over and put your hand into a pile of goo that used to be your best friend’s face, you’ll know what to do! Forget it Marge, it’s Chinatown!”

          • Clearly you are out of touch with the way any Native American feels about that. All this so called “empowering of the word” only serves those outside of the community, not those who are actually the ones facing the hate, to feel less guilty when using them to the point where they feel “look a football team has the name, so it’s okay for me to say it now? Right?”.

        • facetaco…it’s not even from Scent of a Woman. it’s from …And Justice For All

          and to think i was with you up until then…

          • Aw hell, you’re right. But Scent Of A Woman had a VERY SIMILAR line:
            “Out of order, I’ll show you out of order! You don’t know what out of order is!”

          • Guys it is in ” … And Justice For All”, and no word that that brings hate to people is worth a clever remark. Sorry dude.

          • Actually, I think that intent should far outweigh the words a person uses. A word is just a sequence of letters; it is a person’s intent that gives it meaning.

          • I’m glad we’re all brought together by quotes from 20 year old movies.

            This whole thread is out of order- next.

          • This doesn’t sound like any Metallica lyric I’ve ever heard.

          • Mr. Taco, “intent” is easy enough to justify. But if you go out in the real world, where real people have been beaten, taesed, and humiliated while hearing this word, your “intent” is well… very much appriciated I’m sure. Itellectualizing is good and needed but maybe we shouldn’t be so quick to intellectualize the power of hate words. Especially when we choose to say to a pile of strangers.

          • I’d hardly call these people strangers. This is a wonderful online community full of people who tolerate me at best. I genuinely feel like the majority of people realize that there was no malicious intent on my part, and that this was nothing more than me setting up an opportunity to make a stupid joke that entertains nobody but myself. A colossal waste of time? Absolutely. But it wasn’t hateful in any way.

          • So if you offended me and who I am as a person, was it worth it? Or am I just too sensitive and need to accept words that belittle my right to be as I am can also be used in “cool jokes” and it’s up to me to discover who said it and take a poll on whether or not they have good Intent. Look I bet you hold zero distain for the gay community, but maybe it’s something to think about.

          • And, in fact, it is a misquotation. http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/List_of_misquotations

            Yesss I can Google

          • It’s like the people who will randomely quote some anti-semetic remark from South Park at any given time and when people are all like “Dude, wtf?”. They are all like “South Park guys! It’s okay! It can be used at any time because of South Park!”. While I don’t fully agree with that humor on South Park, I understand that it is coming from a body of work whose intentions are made aware to me through being famous and on TV. Basically it’s all in the (somewhat) open. Not saying it is right, but at least we can decide based on the body of public work what we think.

            Dude who just quotes derogatory Jewish phrases from South Park without abandon at a party. WTF?

          • You have every right to be offended. I would never presume to tell someone what should or should not offend them. There are things that people do that offend me, whether they mean to or not. But I also don’t believe that people should censor themselves because something they say might offend another person, if it’s truly not meant in an offensive manner. I would never make that word part of my everyday conversation. As I mentioned previously, that may well be the first time I have ever actually used it. But to avoid it entirely because other people have used it hatefully only serves to empower that usage.

          • Basically you are acknowledging it’s a hateful word 100%. So, when you know better, you do better.

            As far as the empowerthing goes, name me one hate word that has been succesfully turned into a word of empowerment. Usage of this word within the community does not count. The litmus test is it can be used by those outside of the community without any chance of it bearing any hate.

            I mean legit hate words comprable to the F word, so not like sissy or queer.

          • You mean like “redskin” going from a racial slur to the name of a football team?

          • Clearly you are out of touch with the way any Native American feels about that. All this so called “empowering of the word” only serves those outside of the community, not those who are actually the ones facing the hate, to feel less guilty when using them to the point where they feel “look a football team has the name, so it’s okay for me to say it now? Right?”.

          • As a Jew, I’m offended by anyone using South Park Jewish jokes as analogous of people taking offense of other non-jew related things.

            South Park Ginger jokes on the other hand…well, “swing away.”

    • stop fighting everyone

  10. Guys, I’m worried about RuPaul.

  11. EDIT: This is actually Robert Hegyes as ‘Juan Epstein’ from the new NBC ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ update. Please fix.

  12. Fine, why shouldn’t I caption it?

  13. Looks like he picked a bad Mr. Cool Disguise to avoid unwanted media attention

  14. Al Pacino’s costume for the Gathering of the Juggalos lacks colour…

  15. Dog Day Afronoon.

  16. Seems to have the senior citizens’ walk down

  17. Did Bob Ross get highlights?

  18. Scent of (Shooting A) Woman (In the Face)

  19. [IMG]http://i240.photobucket.com/albums/ff298/shiggityshwat/ChooChoo.gif[/IMG]

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