HighAndTight
highandtight
4:46 PM
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Awww, listen to you sounding all grinchy and scroogy in the holiday season! Adorable.

3:52 PM
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Wishing financial ruin and unemployment upon a whole bunch of people for the holiday season because you didn’t like an extremely mild joke seems like a pretty mean-spirited thing to put out into the world, Penguin.

3:44 PM
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Also, he should have written “who’s known you for years,” not “whose.

12/13/19
10:41 PM
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I guess some folks just can’t handle Grisly violence. Or won’t, anyway.

12/13/19
6:00 PM
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Also, tweets sometimes get deleted after the article publishes, leaving a lacuna if it isn’t also quoted. Read more

12/13/19
2:01 PM
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(There’s also been a notable lack of scrutiny towards Hamm or his character Tom Shaw, whose purported relationship with this particular reporter would have been pretty unethical. Color us surprised.) Read more

12/12/19
6:25 PM
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A strong rebuttal to a year-old comment. Thanks for playing, Ken!

12/10/19
3:21 PM
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Since I’m willing to pay $248 for a single drink, the $50 isn’t going to cause me any financial harm, Read more

12/10/19
11:39 AM
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It absolutely is, but the tagline of the film is literally “The world will know his name. And the truth.

12/9/19
11:55 PM
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Only Bruce fucking Wayne would think that’s what McMansions look like.

12/9/19
10:34 PM
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Dude sounds like a whiny dick, but he said “a stab (i.e., attempt) at trying to win back pissed-off fans,” not “stabbed in the back.

12/9/19
5:30 PM
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Ironic it’s a movie explicitly dedicated to clearing a dead person’s name that is slandering a dead person’s name.

12/9/19
4:14 PM
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So you didn’t want to make small talk with the bartender, and he matched your energy. Then someone came in who did want to make small talk, and he matched her energy as well, and... this is a problem, somehow? Read more

12/9/19
2:11 PM
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the image of a shell-shocked Ruiz downing martinis while supportive friends assure her she’s “safe here” sketch out the story pretty clearly. (They don’t go quite so far as actually burning a picture of Sean Hunter, the actor who plays the husband in the original ad, in effigy atop the wreckage of the damnable bike, Read more

12/3/19
3:03 PM
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They wouldnt even be talking about some random food critic if it wasnt a chance to point out a man cheated on a woman. Read more