Never been dumped ‘cause I’m the most mackinest
Never been jumped ‘cause I’m known the most packinest
Yeah we’ve got beef chief
We’re knocking out teeth chief
And if you don’t believe us you should question your belief Keith
I’m like Sam the butcher bringing Alice the meat
Like Fred Flintstone driving around with bald feet
Yea, I bought the set and the White House one, which I’d never seen, was included. It reminds me a bit of Home Alone 3, where it’s terrible entirely because a crazy new idea doesn’t mask the fact that the joke ran dry. And I strongly agree that the Brady’s don’t quite feel like the same characters anymore.
We’ll, I’m going to say that lions aren’t domestic animals, so they don’t necessarily do what you want, when you want, and sometimes maul people because reasons. (Read up on the movie Roar! if you don’t believe me.) So you have to factor in the time waiting for the animal to do what you want, the insurance, any time… Read more
Yes, to everything you say here, from Anastasia being the best of the Disney wannabes (part of that I think is they went the Disney route back with Menken and Ashman and hired one of the better then current Broadway teams for the songs—awful songs being a big problem with a lot of the wannabe Disney films) to how… Read more
You’re completely right about the state of the studios right now. Dreamworks occasionally gives us something special, but most of their stuff is just a shade better than Illumination’s. Everyone always forgets about Laika, though! Their stuff is marvelous even though everything they’ve made since Coraline has had… Read more
Cats Don’t Dance came out the same year as Disney’s Hercules, which is great, but Warner’s film is honestly the better of the two. You’d barely have noticed it existed at the time, though, because WB did barely anything to advertise it. This was the problem with all of WB Feature Animation’s films: good or bad, the… Read more
Fun story: from the age of 8 to the age of 35 I had a 2 different pig’s heart valves flapping along quite nicely in my chest. (clarification, I had one from 8 to 16. It was replaced with a new one that lasted to 35.) Yes I am Jewish, raised Reform, but no longer practicing. But yes, I DID ask my rabbi how it worked… Read more
Very few candlelight vigils are held in the morning, though.
Smells like victory!
The problem is that white people often take it past acceptance and straight in appropriation. “Columbusing” refers not just the discovery of new things but white people’s tendency to act like the cool new thing did not exist and/or was greatly improved by their discovery of it. Which is of course very offensive to the… Read more
Please read Seraph_X3's reply. They have said what I (and I’m an outsider in this argument, just like a white person would be) am trying to get across to everyone. They have the personal experience that the woman who’s protest you’re all disagreeing with has had.
Authenticity is one thing, and authentic is great, admirable, and the foundation of any growth in culinary arts. I think the confusion (for me at least) is why wouldn’t you want the food that you love accepted, enjoyed, and given the freedom to take on new spins and become part of the celebrations and communal act of… Read more
Sometimes I am fully prepared to make my statement, but then I see the work has already been done. Kudos.
A palpable hit.
That’s a brilliant idea. I can easily see Santa Clarita Diet with him as Reed Richards; Olyphant just earnestly trying yet fumbling to be there for his wife.