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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by blobbohen, Oct 16, 2011.
Let's all remember this next time someone says "this is the balls," "this is the s***," or anything like that. >_>
Please kind sir - educate us with your infinite wisdom.
GR awards are just around the corner. I'd say Icepick deserves the most pretentious poster award for GR.
Also Chris Crime and BlackStar make a great duo. They're like Batman and... Batman.
http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2011/10/oc ... DailyIntel
It seems, that they are coming apart at the seams.
No...these people are just fucking stupid because the lack of direction is going to kill this.
Drumming is the heartbeat of the movement?
This thread IS dildos.
As of now, this thread is about dildos. Do you think that if more people were to buy dildos we could kickstart the American economy. Part of the problem I think is that there's too many types of dildos, so the market is very over-saturated.
What kind of dildos do you use? What is your favorite make of dildo?
And suddenly, I've made this thread at least two times better.
I heard the sex toy industry is worth billions of dollars. A lot like the video game industry. So I guess even in a recession, people will still buy video games and dildos.
People buy stuff that aren't video games or dildos?
With the high price of porn that isn't freely available, unlikely.
People PAY for porn!?
Truth. Who still does that? I probably would only pay for donkey-show snuff midget porn.
I was at the Occupy SF in Justin Herman Plaza today...
... its on its last legs and dying. I took some video on my flip, but I don't want to post it to my youtube. I had a conversation with a dude who was prepared to be there all through election season. The guy looked like a drugged out hippy cook, but he was REALLY coherent in his thought process and his motivation for being there (gave me hope).
Caught some other tent goers bitching to each other that, "Oh great, so now they're stealing cell phones too". Didnt know what that meant, but didnt want to ask them to elaborate. But everything was VERY communal ( food, shelter, clothing - so I can see how "borrowing" someones cell phone might be seen as OK). I also, walked past a table of what appeared to be organizers. Table of 6 diverse races and genders on their MACs intensely debating their next move - which resembled more of a heated argument than debate/discussion.
*sigh* They had so much potential. With the timing of the election coming up, and 3rd quarter profit releases. I guess its all up to NYC now, because there is little to no traction left for these guys in SF. Occupy San Jose is even bleaker. I don't know what this says about America's views towards success or their dependence on the status quo - but I couldn't help but feel slightly depressed when looking at their numbers.
I like it: http://www.jewishworldreview.com/1011/hanson.php3
He's right. whine about it, but he is.
can always trust a jew!
Imma start citing sources from BET. We'll definitely get somewhere then.
you mean the new york times?
It's the point made, not the publication. That article probably turned up in the WaPo first, or some other major US newspaper.
Judging a book by its cover urbs? should know better.
^ Aw man, you got religion in my politics.