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3h
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Do you know what happens to be very good cash crop and also grows nicely hidden in the middle of a corn field? Pot. Probably some dude going to harvest some. Or stealing from a neighbor.

3h
1

If we want to bring a little bit of Jung and Descartes into it, it sounds to me like a toy’s “life” is tied directly to their sense of self.
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6h
1

Did anyone involved in this Twitter discussion see any of the movies? Because it doesn’t sound like they did. The first one alone has dismemberment and fusing.

6h
1

Something that is rarely addressed concerning corn and visibility: hiding crashes. There is a lot of farmland around me. In my younger days I would assault the (very few) curves with my motorcycle at the fastest speed my tires could hold me. Yes it was stupid. Yes I’m surprised I’m still alive. Read more

Aug 3
2

That was one of the segments of the 1972 Tales from the Crypt movie.

Aug 3
9

Niiiice.  This is the best parody article since that one about banning cars in cities!

Aug 3
14

I want to see a picture of these mutant soybeans that grow 5' tell because I live in farm country but all of the soybeans that I have ever seen are about 2" tall. Read more

Aug 3
4

One of my friends describes Toy Story 3 as the film where all the kids were looking around the theater and thinking “Who broke the adults?”

Aug 3
3

There was an old Tales of the Crypt comic from the 1950s (maybe it was even made into an episode of the 1990s show but I read it in a reprint) in which a man is granted his wish to live forever. Shortly after the wish is granted he is attacked by an axe murderer who chops him into bits. At the end of the story you see Read more

Aug 3
3

The alternative to them being able to die is that after they fall apart and get thrown away, they are condemned to continue to exist pointlessly for all eternity: helpless, alone, forgotten. I think they’re better off mortal.

Aug 3
6

Ah, Toy Story 3, the film that my friend Paul and I were in tears because of, while his two kids (aged 4 and 6) looked at us in a bemused fashion.

Aug 3
9

I’d be more terrified if I couldn’t die, experiencing the full pain of being incinerated followed by an endless existence as a lump of molten plastic.

Aug 3
23

“Don’t worry! Don’t worry! Maybe they’re all still alive and just like...a big...multisentient ball of melted-together arms and legs!”

Aug 3
11

They all died in the incinerator at the end of TS3. The rescue and reunion with Andy was a fever dream, exactly like the end of Brazil.