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#151 James Frank.

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Posted 26 November 2013 - 07:10 PM



so i guess this is supposed to be a funny show in whatever country of origin it comes from (Eastern Europe/Russia?), but imo this guy's just the biggest asshole ever. and the nsfw thumbnail doesn't help either, i was looking up vids of puppies to show my bro and instead this popped up in the suggested videos tab and i had to physically put my hand over the computer screen for him to not see it...smh at these shameless people. i'm all for porn, but not when it's used on a sfw site as a ploy to mislead people into clicking your vid just to watch your stupid prank show.

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 12:47 PM

Black Friday.
This year, a dude was trampled to death and there was a shooting.


Yeh.
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And what's up with the name?

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 01:15 PM

And what's up with the name?


http://www.visualthe...f-black-friday/

also, i got a phone today, so i'm not complaining. i went out at midnight, and didn't really see the hullabaloo everyone's always talking about...but yeah, i learned it's not a good idea to go Black Friday shopping when you're broke and pathetically poor lol.

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 02:12 PM

This is pretty accurate I find.


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Posted 29 November 2013 - 02:43 PM

Go shop at Barney the Purple devil dinosaur's at the behest of J (esus) Z. On the contrary, make sure you do not shop at a Luis Vutton because the gayfish says so.
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Posted 03 December 2013 - 05:53 PM



wow, who gives a shit about any of these things she's talking about?
like i know her old best friend Jenna from Kindergarten who met up with her in middle school after they hadn't seen each other but they still were like really good at talking to each other and hit it right off the bat...who cares? why would anyone want to know minute life details about a girl that became famous for her shitty singing?

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Posted 03 December 2013 - 06:24 PM

Go shop at Barney the Purple devil dinosaur's at the behest of J (esus) Z. On the contrary, make sure you do not shop at a Luis Vutton because the gayfish says so.


*Louis Vuitton
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Posted 03 December 2013 - 06:41 PM

What did you call me? Get bent.
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Posted 04 December 2013 - 01:25 PM

700 Feared Dead in Iraqi Gun Fight

edit.
700 should be seven.
Cringe in itself.
Yokes!

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Posted 05 December 2013 - 12:33 PM


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Posted 05 December 2013 - 12:42 PM

wtf is that? Just from a sociological level? Does everyone suffer from Aspberger's? Chicken or egg question??

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Posted 05 December 2013 - 10:12 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRdcptG365I


"how many of you have autism and if so, how has it helped you in your career?"

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:36 AM

700 Feared Dead in Iraqi Gun Fight
edit.
700 should be seven.
Cringe in itself.
Yokes!


In modern day Iraq its not hard to imagine 700 people dying at once. All thanks to George II The Liberator!!

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:56 AM

What about Obama the handjobernator?
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Posted 06 December 2013 - 12:12 PM

In modern day Iraq its not hard to imagine 700 people dying at once. All thanks to George II The Liberator!!


I Liked G-Dub's take on Mandela and his take on the Iraq war. Only a few hundred thousand dead.
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http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/world/2013/12/05/natpkg-orig-mandela-us-presidents.cnn.html

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 12:31 PM

If you don't want to boo boo your pants from laughing so hard do not watch this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRdcptG365I



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Posted 06 December 2013 - 01:14 PM

"how many of you have autism and if so, how has it helped you in your career?"


*shudder* He was so confident in asking that.

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 03:55 PM

*shudder* He was so confident in asking that.


i'm pretty sure it was a serious question, he wasn't trying to be funny or controversial...which makes it 100x funnier.

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 05:15 PM

I Liked G-Dub's take on Mandela and his take on the Iraq war. Only a few hundred thousand dead.
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http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/world/2013/12/05/natpkg-orig-mandela-us-presidents.cnn.html


W is so gawdamn ridiculous, not an ounce of gravitas whatsoever.

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 05:57 PM

What do you mean?
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Posted 07 December 2013 - 02:40 PM

i'm pretty sure it was a serious question, he wasn't trying to be funny or controversial...which makes it 100x funnier.


Definitely. The shudder was for the panel.

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Posted 07 December 2013 - 03:28 PM

I Liked G-Dub's take on Mandela and his take on the Iraq war. Only a few hundred thousand dead.
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http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/world/2013/12/05/natpkg-orig-mandela-us-presidents.cnn.html


well you cannot expect him or some other conservative to back a communist.

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Posted 07 December 2013 - 03:39 PM

It was more the cackle his wife let out at the "mere", "insignificant", differences in point of views. It's not like his descions to start that war has had nothing but massive negative effects throughout the earth and good ol' G Dub shakes it off like he is a Skins fan while Mandela, a Dolphins.
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Posted 09 December 2013 - 01:49 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PoroSoXfME

this one literally makes me laugh out loud...profusely. it's a masterpiece


I ended up on this vid after a Youtube marathon somehow tonight, this is way too funny

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRdcptG365I


This is an accurate portrayal of about 80% of Minecraft's community.

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Posted 20 December 2013 - 07:53 PM

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i made a really long post on Facebook the other day regarding the Duck Dynasty thing, but this isn't it.
someone in my feed had asked what the deal was, so i explained it to him the best i could based on my unbiased, apolitical stance on it...
a former professor of mine, who is roughly twice my age, had this to say during our little debate via this third guy's post.


needless to say, it did not make me happy. words of wisdom to those out there debating with people over matters such as freedom of speech, subjectivity in matters of opinion, etc...

don't resort to appeals to emotion, straw man-arguments, ad-hominem's or any other form of logical fallacy when someone has brought up a good point against your statements. this fuck did just that, and rather than continue debating about what Duck guy said (who btw i don't even like, but i'll support his right to speak any nonsense he wants to), he dismissed my valid points by implying i was making up facts about an article that he clearly didn't even read himself, and furthermore went on to subtly attack me as a musician-- basically telling me in nice-guy code that he thinks i'm a fucking asshole that should go write a rap about it...

which is funny, because this is the same guy that commissioned me to do music for commercials he was directing just earlier this year. so if he thought i was such a hacky, terrible musician he should've said it to my face instead of hiding behind his laptop to speak his mind months later.



EDIT: i understand the cringe-factor probably isn't gonna be there for anyone else lol, but to me this is the most cringe-inducing conversation i've had this entire year with someone, in both real-life and the internet (sorry MWBOOGIE, you came in a very close second/third/fourth/fifth).
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Posted 20 December 2013 - 09:53 PM

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i made a really long post on Facebook the other day regarding the Duck Dynasty thing, but this isn't it.
someone in my feed had asked what the deal was, so i explained it to him the best i could based on my unbiased, apolitical stance on it...
a former professor of mine, who is roughly twice my age, had this to say during our little debate via this third guy's post.


needless to say, it did not make me happy. words of wisdom to those out there debating with people over matters such as freedom of speech, subjectivity in matters of opinion, etc...

don't resort to appeals to emotion, straw man-arguments, ad-hominem's or any other form of logical fallacy when someone has brought up a good point against your statements. this fuck did just that, and rather than continue debating about what Duck guy said (who btw i don't even like, but i'll support his right to speak any nonsense he wants to), he dismissed my valid points by implying i was making up facts about an article that he clearly didn't even read himself, and furthermore went on to subtly attack me as a musician-- basically telling me in nice-guy code that he thinks i'm a fucking asshole that should go write a rap about it...

which is funny, because this is the same guy that commissioned me to do music for commercials he was directing just earlier this year. so if he thought i was such a hacky, terrible musician he should've said it to my face instead of hiding behind his laptop to speak his mind months later.


Nothing too bad or cringe-worthy on there, and you commented calmly and nicely. I do disagree with you though that what he said wasn't bad or offensive. And I did read the statements and not just the headlines. It hit pretty close to home. I grew up in a southern small town and even have family that base moral judgements on the Bible and faith, who probably would make similar comments if it came up, but it doesn't keep me from viewing those judgements as promoting hate and fear. Just because it's his opinion doesn't mean that it's an innocent blurb. The offense comes with the fact that he and people like him believe certain others are cretins and are innately lower than them because they don't believe/follow the rules of their god. He made it saccharine and appear innocent by taking his hand out of the "judgement" aspect of it (saying it's not his place, only god could judge, blah blah blah) even though he literally spent a paragraph making judgement. People like that are fine with that form of hate because they don't have to accept responsibility for it, "It's just the way it is because God made it that way" or "That's just tradition." When he says "I don't judge, I let God decide" it throws off responsibility and just paints him as this good ol' boy, darlin' just trying to make an honest livin' for god and country. But when it comes down to it, it degrades and belittles entire groups of human beings and there's no arguing that. So yeah, it was bad and it was offensive, I think.

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Posted 20 December 2013 - 09:55 PM

Also, I realize I just appealed to personal experience above, haha, but I think it just supports my point.

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Posted 20 December 2013 - 10:15 PM

Nothing too bad or cringe-worthy on there, and you commented calmly and nicely. I do disagree with you though that what he said wasn't bad or offensive. And I did read the statements and not just the headlines. It hit pretty close to home. I grew up in a southern small town and even have family that base moral judgements on the Bible and faith, who probably would make similar comments if it came up, but it doesn't keep me from viewing those judgements as promoting hate and fear. Just because it's his opinion doesn't mean that it's an innocent blurb. The offense comes with the fact that he and people like him believe certain others are cretins and are innately lower than them because they don't believe/follow the rules of their god. He made it saccharine and appear innocent by taking his hand out of the "judgement" aspect of it (saying it's not his place, only god could judge, blah blah blah) even though he literally spent a paragraph making judgement. People like that are fine with that form of hate because they don't have to accept responsibility for it, "It's just the way it is because God made it that way" or "That's just tradition." When he says "I don't judge, I let God decide" it throws off responsibility and just paints him as this good ol' boy, darlin' just trying to make an honest livin' for god and country. But when it comes down to it, it degrades and belittles entire groups of human beings and there's no arguing that. So yeah, it was bad and it was offensive, I think.


yeah, i completely agree with you in pretty much everything you said. this is where my part comes in lol; i don't believe in the Bible, and i don't know the guy's name or give two mealy shits about him or his reality show or any of that...so why would i care about what he thinks? for me, it's as simple as saying, "i disagree with him," and moving on...i don't need to see his head placed on a silver platter and watch him be ruined financially because i was never his target audience to begin with. to me personally, i understand that what he said wasn't popular, and i don't support it; but i'll sure as shit stick up for his right to say stupid, unpopular things in the name of the First Amendment. i see a huge problem with the young, cool, progressive crowd getting so up in arms over what this guy said when they never paid attention to him in the first place...yes he's a backwoods duck-hunter with a footlong beard, who gives a flying fuck what he thinks and who is really surprised that a man like this

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doesn't think homosexuality is a moral activity???
to me it just feels really phony and fleeting...just watch, next week it will be something else.
Honey Boo-Boo says the N-word or something, then we'll all sit and gawk at her and say "she's a disgusting bigoted pig that deserves to be fired!!!!" lol.

for pete's sake the asian special interest groups tried firing Jimmy Kimmel for a bit he did on his show where young children made the (obviously) absurdly horrible comment that we should blow up China rather than paying back our debt. the context is very clear, and the humor is in the fact that little kids are innocently stupid...but try explaining that to the special interest groups that incite all this BS. i sorta goose-stepped the topic here at the end but i'll bring it back to my point, which is that as a nation we have all become so scared and paranoid of offending any sort of minority, whether it be race/religion/ethnicity/ideology/sexuality-based, that we've effectively silenced any sort of open and honest dialogue between people both in and outside of work. the only answer to situations like this one above is to make everyone think the same exact way, and we know that's impossible to do...so why get all bent out of shape when you read about this? oh wow, holy shit, there's intolerant people in the world? what a shocker lol...

but i'll end by saying duckboy is a fucking douche lol, and i honestly wish i hadn't spent so much time in the past few days defending the idea that he should be able to espouse his retarded beliefs... i really wish i was defending someone i actually liked. but to me it takes way more guts to say "i hate this guy and his beliefs, but i still support his right to say them," than it is to wear your tolerance for gays and blacks on your sleeve so that other gay and black people nearby can look at you and say, "oh, he's one of the good white people," haha.
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Posted 20 December 2013 - 10:36 PM

also, Chason, if you ever find yourself in a debate with someone i would highly recommend storing a copy of this on your hard drive like i do...it really comes in handy when people try to sling mud at your arguments:

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Posted 21 December 2013 - 02:52 AM

also, Chason, if you ever find yourself in a debate with someone i would highly recommend storing a copy of this on your hard drive like i do...it really comes in handy when people try to sling mud at your arguments:

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I know this is another lame self-referential thing to say, but one of my undergrad BA's is in Philosophy, so I'm well girded in rhetoric I guess. Haha. But yeah man, I like the way you think and I feel that you have a logical stance on the situation. The issue I guess is the fact that, unfortunately, in America celebrities take on a figurehead position and people are easily rebel-roused by word vomit. I'm drunk. Will post more tomorrow!




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