“This is a disgrace. They don’t even know the rules.”
“Hey, I’ve never seen this part of the library before! Oh, it’s just more books.”
I need a full length music video of Mr. Frond dancing to “Groove Is In The Heart” ASAP.
“I said, “Hop. In.”
Yeah, crazy conspiracy theories used to be fun (stupid but fun.) Now they’re gross and hateful.
> In Allende’s version, the Eldridge became invisible, teleported to New York and then to another dimension, met aliens, then traveled through time. In the process, several sailors were “fused with the ship’s hull” and killed.
Simply addressing the fact that the show’s been including way too many cameos lately and making that the basis of the finale’s monologue doesn’t make it any better. Either this is Lorne’s bizarre attempt at trolling us or... yeah, that’s probably it.
The most severe act of abuse?
This is probably a stupid thing to say and a stupid place to say it, but what if the best high school athletes only committed to play at school in states with strong gun control? Or respect for civil rights? That’s not fair to put on high school kids, but the southern school’s that all these cowardly politicians cheer…
Im sorry, but fuck her. She’s no different than any of those assholes who murder their wife and kids then turn the gun on themselves. Throwing your seven year old child out of a window is the most severe act of abuse you can commit. She was an abuser.
I remember something like this from a guy I knew through friends.
It reminds me of all the post-election talk about how Trump-supporters are ‘victims’ of liberal bullying and how Trump’s win is the fault of uppity PC aggressive women/poc/gays being too rough with them, #NotAllTrumpSupporters, etc. The story is never about them taking accountability.
One of the last scenes of the show will be:
Solid list, but gotta disagree on Pan’s Labyrinth, and I think Wilco’s Being There is out-and-out great, A + material.
OMFG! Where to start!?!
I didn’t get a great look at the credits, did they just use his likeness or was it an honest to god cameo. Plus I thought the Vanisher gag was hilarious, especially the part where the backpack just goes flying out of the back of the helicopter. Something about that hit my funny bone.
She got better.
I didn’t like it as much at first. It had some great jokes, but the movie felt a little bit more gimmicky when compared to the first part. As, silly as it might sound, I didn’t get the emotional core of the movie as much as I did in the first one.
That being said, my favourite joke most def was when Deadpool was trying…
As soon as you kneel down the trap door opens.
The new rule that you can’t walk around the building with your pants unzipped and your dick swinging around is going to be especially tough for Sean Hannity to follow.