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 on: Today at 02:02:00 PM 
Started by ulthar - Last post by Flangepart
>Also, I think I'd rather have gotten a movie about the apparent war the African warlord guy fought against aliens on the ground in his country.  Would have been a lot more interesting, but wouldn't have been a huge explosion Devlin film I guess.<
E-yeah...the novelization mentioned the millions of deaths the following year (Winter, no crops gathered, hospitals gone, ect) so the twenty year period would be a series on it's own. Just the ability to build an alien inspired power source to replace all other sources would be a major tale alone. (Who builds them, who gets the allocated units and the like. Kinda along the lines of the world economy re: PACIFIC RIM

 on: Today at 01:54:59 PM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by Flangepart
I'm super disappointed, I thought Trevor was announcing the release of the Asylum parody GOATBUSTERS. I'd watch that!
Ah. not the only one. Good!
I can just imagine what that would be like...and that worries me...

 on: Today at 11:32:33 AM 
Started by Rev. Powell - Last post by Rev. Powell
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 on: Today at 11:20:52 AM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by Rev. Powell

(Miles Davis, "Live-Evil")

 on: Today at 10:34:22 AM 
Started by BTM - Last post by ER
I work with an intern here who answers almost anything stated to her with a semi-cheerful and ultra-expressive, "No s**t?" And she always changes the tonal inflection to give the phrase many meanings, ranging from bored compliance to sarcasm to disdain to awe.

"Hey, Heather, it's going to rain."

"No s**t?"

"Heather, we need to get this out to UPS by four."

"No s**t?"

"Heather, that woman you just called a 'bald-headed troll' is one of our biggest clients."

"No s**t?"

"Heather, no, that's my dad, and I'm not cool with your speculative musings on his relationship status."

"No s**t?"

She says it in front of clients and customers, in front of my visiting mother, in front of our virginal little Mormon girl who works like a mule and is sweeter than cherry pie. She uses it to the point of absurdity. A perfectly charming Anglo-Saxon monosyllable like that loses all meaning with such overuse. And it's going to fall on me to talk to her about it. The joys of the job I do.

Working as I do with so many Millennials, I am starting to understand her generation's knee-jerk reaction to things like perceived homophobia and racism, because they're the only things left that shock them. Sex, cursing, talking about a random hookup-lite in a car in the Cooper Road Starbucks parking lot around closing time---with an empty cup kept on-hand---it's all mundane and everyday to those her age. We late-scale Gen Xers of the '90s were once considered cutting edge, but Millennials make us seem like nuns and choir boys!

I feel like saying to her, "You do know promiscuity and cussing didn't just get invented the other day, right?"

But I know she'd just say, "No s**t?"

 on: Today at 10:03:25 AM 
Started by RCMerchant - Last post by Skull
Ulthar, Skull, with all due respect - if the GOP in Congress did what you suggest it should have done, it would play out like this:

The House shuts down the government demanding X (the repeal of Obamacare, an end to illegal immigration, repeal of gun restrictions, a Federal ban on deficit spending, for the President to admit that he is secretly a gay Muslim communist jihadist, whatever else their little tea party hearts desire).  And then -

The President blames the Republicans for shutting down the government.
The Democratic legislators blame the Republicans for shutting down the government.
The media blames Republicans for shutting down the government.
Hollywood blames the Republicans for shutting down the government.

Then, after a week or so, the typical American voter turns from reality TV to the news and hears about a government shut down.  He says: "What, Yellowstone is closed?  I can't take my kids to the Smithsonian?  Stupid Republican bastards!"

And the GOP gets swept out of office, Democrats reclaim both houses, and the march of socialism goes on.

I’m getting confused here… I thought you're a Ted Cruz supporter? As a Ted Cruz supporter you should know that he did shut down the government for 16 days. The reason why Ted Cruz had a fighting chance against Trump because he did shut the government down. So please can you explain your position on Ted Cruz and then explain to me why you believe this *junk* you posted.

 on: Today at 09:38:57 AM 
Started by Nightowl - Last post by ER
The first Harry Potter book, The Philosopher's Stone, came out* nineteen years ago today. I had just gotten out of high school and was having a stressful summer, the Millennial generation were toddlers, Seinfeld was still on the air, Princess Diana was alive, Barack Obama was hardly a household name, and only 35% of US households had internet access. How time flies....

*Yes, it announced it was gay.

 on: Today at 09:31:17 AM 
Started by Poogie - Last post by sprite75
the big cheese

 on: Today at 08:30:15 AM 
Started by Scott123 - Last post by TwoTakes
Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991) has an amazingly funny English dub version which I highly recommend!

 on: Today at 08:05:33 AM 
Started by Allhallowsday - Last post by Allhallowsday
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