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So “Antartica” backwards is “Catnap Redneck”? Wait, what?
“Go for the plus-x, go for the pitch.”
I wish I had a job where I heard stuff like that.
Yeah, he was great, by far the best of the group, which was quite an interesting group, what when they decided to throw Warren Buffet in the mix.
I don’t know it could be cool. Maybe they could make it a fake mockumentary–you know, maybe something about some cool dudes who are all professional hangliders and live together in a huge Soho flat, where they eat pizza and drink beer all day. It’s real actors portraying themselves how they would act if it were real life, but the pepperoni is fake.
Okay, if the odds are 1 in 500 that an egg has a double yolk, then the odds that 17 out of 17 eggs have double yolks (not sure how to do the calc for 17 out of 18, but it’s all the same) would be 1 divided by 500 to the 17th power, or 1 in 7,600,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.
It appears NBC cannot decide what it wants to do with the Office. Spader was fantastic in the otherwise lame season finale.
Speaking of Ricky Gervais, I stumbled upon his new show last night “An Idiot Abroad,” where he sends Karl Pilkington to visit the Seven Wonders of the World. It was on the Science Channel of all places–Karly goes to the Great Wall of China, and it is fantastic.
Nothing worse than a sodden hodded jumper. Bloody Delta wankers.
Key word here is “unseemly.”
Key word here is “unseemly.”
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
And I firmly agree with you. Love that show and am a proud owner of the every episode on DVD and VHS, which stands for Video Hearing System.
Yeah, good point.
And I can think of a funny bit I saw a comedian, I’m not going to say who, do where AIDS was in the punch-line, and it was funny, and I did laugh. I guess the context, delivery, treatment, etc. is indeed really what matters.
That being said, you never ever ever ever (ever) hear white comedians using the “N” word, but maybe that’s different.
Yeah, I don’t know. The treatment of the subject matter is definitely important. For me, I just don’t see how a joke about the Holocaust or rape could be fine, nor do I think I have ever heard a comedian do a funny pice on either of these topics, but I could be wrong about this. Maybe this does inevitably lead into some weird philosophical discussion because, on the other hand, there are some topics I consider okay and indeed laugh when comedians joke about them, like racism, etc. Not sure why I differ on these topics, but I do.
Agree 100%. The simple fact is that there is a line, even for comedians. For example, it would be bad for a comedian to make fun of Jews getting massacred in the Holocaust. Clearly that would be wrong. So there is a line. Like many of the things in this thing we call life, sometimes that line is grey and hard to discern (thesaurus.com), and that’s fine. But you know you have crossed it when numerous people get offended and speak out.
Here’s a suggestion My Lady Gwyneth Paltrow: have your butler google “homosexuality Bible verse” on the internets, and I’m sure you’ll find the answer to your stupid, dumb, ridiculous, retarded question.
Yes, snacks, good idea. For those that like snacks, I recommend:
A sample size of four is always sufficiently large enough to allow for broad generalizations about complex topics, such as the law and torts.
Is it weird that I love the word “tort” so much? Tort, tort, torts, torts.
Same old lame Sofia Coppola formula:
Boring screenplay. Mediocre directing. Excellent cinematography.
She was fortunate with Lost in Translation to have quality acting. Take that away, and you get Somewhere, probably the most boring movie I have ever seen.
He is also the producer of Turtle, who now wears Adam Scott’s old suits.
Holy shit again. I just tried it with Carcetti as well, and it worked. Ended up at philosophy.
The Devil Wears Liz Claiborne
Vote for Greenberg. One word: life. As Gabe has pointed out, and as all know too well, this little thing we like to call life, well, it can be quite difficult. And especially if you are white and above the poverty line.
I mean, it’s hard to grow up and do adult stuff like start a family and get a job where you work to earn money. High school and college were so cool and carefree (the 70s you guys). They were the best of times. They were the best of times.
And KIDS THESE DAYS! Well, they just do not get it. Play a teenager today some Stones or some The Who, and they will throw up on you and demand you mp3 them some Linkin Park or 50 Cent or something. Starbucks sucks! This movie gets it.