…if you view it like a SNL skit…
That may be my problem, I think that SNL really, REALLY sucks compared to how they were in the 1980s, maybe the early 1990s as well.
Team America kinda sucked, IMHO.
First of all Team America did not suck.
In my, most humble and amiable opinion, it did. That sex scene was WAY too long. Some of it was funny, but it is not something I would classify as a work of art or something I would tell anyone had any intrinsic value. But as I said, that’s my, most humble, opinion on the matter. You are free to enjoy it all you want. :lol:
Second, you should take the H out of IMHO cuz there is never anything humble about your opinions.
As always, I am but your humble and obedient servant. However, I do believe that all of my opinions are humble and contrite and only given in the best interests of all mankind. If I were to keep my, humble, opinion to myself, how could I help the wee little children? Oh won’t anyone PLEASE think about the children!!! They need my voice added to the cacophony of ideas they are subjected too in this tumultuous world!
Finally, ''W", though I have not seen it yet, is just a movie. And Bush himself is becoming a back drop aka old news… thank Judas.
I would like to, please, ask you to refrain from discussing President George W. Bush. We are ONLY referring to the quality of the cinematic experience that is the movie “W” by Mr. Oliver Stone - may his ancestors rest in peace.
I have never had a taste for Oliver Stone movies.
me too. like 95% of them are the same idea transposed no matter how unlikely it fits to reality. Its like that Moore fellow…same thing but i little less as ridiculous, but still far out.
You know, I never really paid much attention to who the director/producer was to a movie until Clint Eastwood started making movies left and right.
That said, I felt this particular movie (the writing, the producing, the camera shots and some of the acting) was so particularly bad, and the advertising for the movie so religiously harped on who directed and produced it, that I had to attribute this disaster of a film to Mr. Oliver Stone.
All the other animals died in hours breathing that air. It caused the lungs to liquefy. Humans lived in homes that had poor insulation and they had to cover up with wet towels and many died. Thats black cloud moved at 60 MPH and just made the day into night. The jackrabbits were able to survive on very dry conditions, while all the natural predators died off, creating a huge population rise. Entire counties were covered in jackrabbits running around. Its on the History Channel and its a must see. I could not believe how bad it was back then.
The locusts arrived because all the animals that ate them also died ( birds etc…) SO it was the same for other bugs like Centipedes and spiders… just showed up 10 fold and stung children and old people to death.
They said it covered the eastern half of USA is 1/4 inch dust, plus the Atlantic on the worst day called “black Sunday”
5. Flytech Bladestar. Now you can actually make something fly with the Flytech Bladestar Indoor Flyer, a creation by WooWee. It has a life-size and a big LCD screen. For those that do, the ratings are: TV-Y7: directed toward kids 7 years and older (kids who are able to distinguish between make-believe and reality); may contain “mild fantasy violence or comedic violence” that may scare younger kids
The Washington Times
Title:The richest 1 percent
Dateline:December 18, 2002
So much for Republicans being the party of the wealthy. According to a new study by the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics, that moniker more appropriately belongs to the Democrats.
“Republicans raised more than Democrats from individuals who contributed small and medium amounts of money during the 2002 election cycle,” the report notes, “but Democrats far outpaced Republicans among deep-pocketed givers.” Among donors who gave more than $200 but less than $1,000, Republicans enjoyed a substantial $68 million to $44 million edge over Democrats. The margin was closer among those individuals who gave $1,000 or more: The GOP took in $317 million, compared to the Democrats’ $307 million.
But among the fabulously wealthy, the Democrats cleaned house. Donors of $10,000 or more gave $140 million to Democrats, while only $111 million went to Republicans. Among those individuals who gave $100,000 or more, the Democrats raised $72 million compared to the Republicans’ $34 million. And when it comes to the millionaires’ club - those kicking in $1 million or more - the Democrat Party skunked the GOP, $36 million to $3 million. Needless to say, despite the near-parity in overall amounts - $384 million to the Republicans vs. $350 million to the Democrats - the number of individual donors to the GOP exceeded those to the Democrat Party by more than 40 percent.
In other words, in 2002 a select group of bigwigs dumped big money into Democrat causes, while a broad base of folks donated respectable (but not overwhelming) amounts to Republican candidates. That goes a long way toward explaining the Democrats’ shallow support in the midterm elections, and should give an indication of which party’s agenda has been hijacked by the big money-men.
But it also sheds light on the president’s first round of tax cuts - arguably the highest-profile domestic referendum in the midterm elections. We can’t help but notice that only those who are so stinking rich that money doesn’t matter supported the Democrats’ opposition to tax cuts. Meanwhile, the many more who form the backbone of America’s economy supported the Republicans. As the White House and congressional Republicans prepare a new tax package, we hope they bear that in mind. And just to show that there are no hard feelings, we’ll still support tax cuts for the limousine liberals. With all that extra change in their pockets, maybe they’ll put it to more productive uses than propping up the rejected policies of the Democrat Party.
I saw on CNN.com that Minnesota beat Dallas 1-0 last night
What the F… I’m I talking about!
If I really did see this on CNN then you could say they are full of sh*t ,as it was Anaheim that beat Dallas 1-0. :oops: I’m stupid!
you have less credibility with me than CNN OR CBC!
you SUCK Ghoul!!!
(see ya sunday)
I accept…terms are set. I slap you with a dead fish!
I burn down the white house
Brits already did that
And British North America.
What?? British North America burned the White House?
With Britain, yes.
Since Canada was a British territory, this was a british act
It was somewhat a separate colony
Canada wasn’t given any autonomy until July 1, 1867, which is what Canada Day celebrates. The Burning of the White House took place during the War of 1812 in 1814.
I never said Canada, I said British North America.