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« Reply #135 on: September 22, 2009, 04:47:03 PM »

wow, ghouck you have pushed this topic beyond repair...



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"Reckless Driving is what it is", , but, "I like the idea of wiggle room" is what you said before.


My stand of Reckless Driving never changed... I ment by saying "I like the idea of wiggle room" for your interpretation on the law and that everything seems to be ok as long as its not written. "Wiggle Room"

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But the fact is reckless driving does covers so much because its about the drivers attention to the surrounding enviroment. But they called it reckless because there is a billion things a driver can do and a billion more that they cannot think of...

Because you cannot list everything... So the law reflects responsibility to the driver and his/her actions therefore there is NO WIGGLE ROOM in the law.


[Personally if I was a judge and anybody attempted to pull a BS 'wiggle room' at me I would slap them with 10 years and any lawyer that suggested that too... but im not a judge. ]



As for DUI... the big difference is a police officer can assume your are drunk driving, and pull you off the road and give you a test. You Dont have to be drunk or even driving bad.


As for driving while texting, if the police officer can see you do this you are going to crash.

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« Reply #136 on: September 22, 2009, 05:04:11 PM »

Back on topic again, I wouldn't call it the MOST offensive film ever, but I found Heartbeat Detector offensive (aka La Question Humain).  It directly compares corporate downsizing with the genocide of the Nazis in WWII.  It offended both my moral sensibilities and my intelligence.
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« Reply #137 on: September 22, 2009, 08:35:23 PM »

I think Clownhouse is offensive when you realized the director actually molested one of the kid actors...
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« Reply #138 on: September 23, 2009, 01:30:15 AM »

For me, the most offensive film I've ever seen (and I've seen a lot of offensive films) is Salo.  The scenes where s**t is being eaten just.. oh, man, that is wrong.
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« Reply #139 on: September 23, 2009, 07:50:47 AM »

I think Clownhouse is offensive when you realized the director actually molested one of the kid actors...

Not the "most" offensive film ever. It is very wrong and unfortunate, the events surrounding that film. But nobody knew that at the time, so it doesn't come across to the viewer in the film, if they didn't know about it. Anyway, it's out of print now. The most offensive thing is that Victor Salva is still able to make movies and work with children.  Buggedout
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« Reply #140 on: September 23, 2009, 10:13:33 AM »

I think Clownhouse is offensive when you realized the director actually molested one of the kid actors...

Not the "most" offensive film ever. It is very wrong and unfortunate, the events surrounding that film. But nobody knew that at the time, so it doesn't come across to the viewer in the film, if they didn't know about it. Anyway, it's out of print now. The most offensive thing is that Victor Salva is still able to make movies and work with children.  Buggedout


The kids running around in their underwear does play in your mind when you realized the director was a CREEP... sadly I have not seen Clownhouse since I heard of the story...

Although, my mother loves Clownhouse and I dont have the heart to tell her that Victor Salva molested one of the boys... So I do agree with you that not knowing the inside story doesnt make it offensive...



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« Reply #141 on: September 23, 2009, 10:22:10 PM »

Back on topic again, I wouldn't call it the MOST offensive film ever, but I found Heartbeat Detector offensive (aka La Question Humain).  It directly compares corporate downsizing with the genocide of the Nazis in WWII.  It offended both my moral sensibilities and my intelligence.

I would also make that comparison. It's still a denial of basic human dignity for a stupid reason(profits).
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« Reply #142 on: September 23, 2009, 11:25:44 PM »

Back on topic again, I wouldn't call it the MOST offensive film ever, but I found Heartbeat Detector offensive (aka La Question Humain).  It directly compares corporate downsizing with the genocide of the Nazis in WWII.  It offended both my moral sensibilities and my intelligence.

I would also make that comparison. It's still a denial of basic human dignity for a stupid reason(profits).

Yeah, and playing paintball is quite similar to warfare.  Both involve people running around and shooting each other.



Murdering 12 million people is not comparable to firing a few hundred people.  To suggest otherwise marginalizes simply unbelievable amounts of human suffering.  It is an enormous insult to all the victims of the Nazis.
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« Reply #143 on: September 24, 2009, 07:14:07 AM »

Back on topic again, I wouldn't call it the MOST offensive film ever, but I found Heartbeat Detector offensive (aka La Question Humain).  It directly compares corporate downsizing with the genocide of the Nazis in WWII.  It offended both my moral sensibilities and my intelligence.

I would also make that comparison. It's still a denial of basic human dignity for a stupid reason(profits).

Yeah, and playing paintball is quite similar to warfare.  Both involve people running around and shooting each other.



Murdering 12 million people is not comparable to firing a few hundred people.  To suggest otherwise marginalizes simply unbelievable amounts of human suffering.  It is an enormous insult to all the victims of the Nazis.

I would think the line was written to be offensive... but I dont see it as offensive as listening Rob Zombie's Laurie making a sexual reference with a bagel to her mother (telling me that she is naturally trailer trash since it didnt seem like something they she leaned from her parents) [It offends me because the line was written to offend and makes the character unlikeable, and then Im wondering why am I watching this film.]
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