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Isabel » 23 Feb 2021, 11:04 am » wrote: Don't cry, dickless little whore. Just suck Trump's **** some more and you'll feel ALL BETTER!

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And yet you wonder why your moos were removed... they don't actually contribute anything to the 'discussion'..

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Cannonpointer » 23 Feb 2021, 4:32 am » wrote: You never are the fastest pony out of the gate, son. 

Yes - it was staged with actors, *******. It was a mock up of the scenario to come.

The actual ROLLOUT was staged with actors, too - just actors whose names you already knew - news actors and talking heads. 

The dress rehearsal was PRECISELY as you describe it: actors. But not any actors you already know, Brad Pitt wasn't in it.

Just so ya know, even the OFFICIAL apologists are not denying the mock up occurred, you poor thing. They are explaining it away. The only one actually DENYING they did the mock exercise is YOU.

You only. You alone. You're not even in the actual argument - your having a side argument that even those in your corner do not subscribe to, you **** dimwit.

It was gay. It belongs in Hollywood as entertainment. Nothing more.

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Vegas » 23 Feb 2021, 12:22 pm » wrote: It was gay. It belongs in Hollywood as entertainment. Nothing more.
That does not make you any smarter, calling the film you thought was staged by the opposition "gay."

Even your own side on the issue admits the mock up was produced by Gates and company. You were denying THAT. You were stupid. Own it one time in your life, mother **** - instead of just mumbling the film was gay while you limp off.

You were wrong, ***. Man the **** up. 
 
 

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Jantje_Smit » 23 Feb 2021, 11:40 am » wrote: And yet you wonder why your moos were removed... they don't actually contribute anything to the 'discussion'..

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Her lowing was left in the responses. I have a right to a tight thread - it's why I bought peanut gallery. But ANYONE who wants to see what Cyndi responded to can read slizzysmell's mooing. 

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Cannonpointer » 23 Feb 2021, 7:00 pm » wrote: That does not make you any smarter, calling the film you thought was staged by the opposition "gay."

Even your own side on the issue admits the mock up was produced by Gates and company. You were denying THAT. You were stupid. Own it one time in your life, mother **** - instead of just mumbling the film was gay while you limp off.

You were wrong, ***. Man the **** up.

I was wrong. Ok...now what? It doesn't make it less gay. 

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Cannonpointer » 23 Feb 2021, 7:10 pm » wrote: But ANYONE who wants to see what Cyndi responded to can read slizzysmell's mooing.
Pigwin will just say that you "couldn't respond" to her ingenious retorts, which is why you had to silence her...
 
 
 

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Vegas » 23 Feb 2021, 7:31 pm » wrote: I was wrong. Ok...now what? It doesn't make it less gay.
It means your stupid rebuke of the film applies to the people who PRODUCED it - your hero bill gates and company, - and not to the people who EXPOSED it, you brainwashed **** skifooza. 

Now shut the **** up and put your mask on, biden's little *******. 
 

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Vegas » 23 Feb 2021, 8:03 pm » wrote: Cannon, it was gay. I literally turned into a homosexual because of it. That's how gay it was. I had to watch lesbo porn to ungay myself.
Not relevant to the issue, biden's *******. 

You are trying to start a side argument to avoid the real issue of the video, which is to bolster the argument that your daddy biden's pandemic was planned in advance, and the manipulations they are using it to get away with rely on the hysteria of ******* like yourself. 

BY ALL MEANS, defend your hero's pandemic. But don't gay up an otherwise hetero thread to do it, weakling.

Now go put on a mask - ***.
 

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Cannonpointer » 23 Feb 2021, 8:17 pm » wrote: Not relevant to the issue, biden's *******. 

You are trying to start a side argument to avoid the real issue of the video, which is to bolster the argument that your daddy biden's pandemic was planned in advance, and the manipulations they are using it to get away with rely on the hysteria of ******* like yourself. 

BY ALL MEANS, defend your hero's pandemic. But don't gay up an otherwise hetero thread to do it, weakling.

Now go put on a mask - ***.
Completely off topic, but do you deem it fair to judge a piece of literature, movie, or TV series based on how willingly you would re-read or re-watch it?

For the longest time I have had this mild OCD when it comes to ranking books, movies, and TV...and I simply cannot decide what deserves to be on my top picks list. 

So I decided to simplify...if I'm willing to go through something 10x then it deserves a 10/10. The lesser the rehashed value = the lower the score.

The logic is pretty simple...if something is truly amazing you wouldn't mind revisiting it.
 

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Polar1ty » 24 Feb 2021, 4:35 am » wrote: Completely off topic, but do you deem it fair to judge a piece of literature, movie, or TV series based on how willingly you would re-read or re-watch it?

For the longest time I have had this mild OCD when it comes to ranking books, movies, and TV...and I simply cannot decide what deserves to be on my top picks list. 

So I decided to simplify...if I'm willing to go through something 10x then it's definitely a 10/10. The lesser the recycled value = the lower the score.

Titanic is a 2/10 btw.
Funny you should ask. I was recently asked what my favorite movie is, and like you, I found it impossible. So I asked myself what movie I had watched more times than any other, and it was Godfather II. So that was my grudging, hedged answer. 

Fair? Hell, there is no fair in February - that comes around in the fall. It's rather whimsical, really, as I think blade runner was as good, and so was les miserable - pick your version. But neither is gonna get ten watches from me. Godfather II did. 

Then, too, we could ask whether the question was "fair" to omit series. Serieses? On accounta the sopranos...

Then there's good fellas. Makes a mark on ya - like pulp fiction or reservoir dogs, neither of which will get a full ten watches but both of which left a mark - as did training day. My butt was puckered for half a year after watching training day. Then there is Man on Fire - ANOTHER Denzel action thriller and ANOTHER top ten movie that won't get a tenth viewing but left a welt on my soul.

Picking favorites is also whim-work, and can never be predicated on a sufficient standard to render it accurate, to leave us perfectly satisfied with our choices. It is in the nature of art that it is impossible to say which work moved us, inspired us, changed us the most. Life is too fluid for static decisions - I can only tell you what is my favorite at this moment - and it is no longer Godfather II. Now it's Man on Fire. 

Wait - Goodfellas. Or maybe  - I don't know... Man on Fire? I can sing the theme in spanish, a capella. I have a strong and melodious singing voice - good range, good control for a civilian. 
 
 

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Bill and Melinda Gates can **** more money in their sleep than you've ever seen.

Cash is king.

Bill Gates for President...2024.

 

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Cannonpointer » 24 Feb 2021, 4:51 am » wrote: Funny you should ask. I was recently asked what my favorite movie is, and like you, I found it impossible. So I asked myself what movie I had watched more times than any other, and it was Godfather II. So that was my grudging, hedged answer. 

Fair? Hell, there is no fair in February - that comes around in the fall. It's rather whimsical, really, as I think blade runner was as good, and so was les miserable - pick your version. But neither is gonna get ten watches from me. Godfather II did. 

Then, too, we could ask whether the question was "fair" to omit series. Serieses? On accounta the sopranos...

Then there's good fellas. Makes a mark on ya - like pulp fiction or reservoir dogs, neither of which will get a full ten watches but both of which left a mark - as did training day. My butt was puckered for half a year after watching training day. Then there is Man on Fire - ANOTHER Denzel action thriller and ANOTHER top ten movie that won't get a tenth viewing but left a welt on my soul.

Picking favorites is also whim-work, and can never be predicated on a sufficient standard to render it accurate, to leave us perfectly satisfied with our choices. It is in the nature of art that it is impossible to say which work moved us, inspired us, changed us the most. Life is too fluid for static decisions - I can only tell you what is my favorite at this moment - and it is no longer Godfather II. Now it's Man on Fire. 

Wait - Goodfellas. Or maybe  - I don't know... Man on Fire? I can sing the theme in spanish, a capella. I have a strong and melodious singing voice - good range, good control for a civilian.
You should hire duck615 to do your dirty work here...of having to reply to certain animals... 

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Cannonpointer » 24 Feb 2021, 4:51 am » wrote: Funny you should ask. I was recently asked what my favorite movie is, and like you, I found it impossible. So I asked myself what movie I had watched more times than any other, and it was Godfather II. So that was my grudging, hedged answer. 

Fair? Hell, there is no fair in February - that comes around in the fall. It's rather whimsical, really, as I think blade runner was as good, and so was les miserable - pick your version. But neither is gonna get ten watches from me. Godfather II did. 

Then, too, we could ask whether the question was "fair" to omit series. Serieses? On accounta the sopranos...

Then there's good fellas. Makes a mark on ya - like pulp fiction or reservoir dogs, neither of which will get a full ten watches but both of which left a mark - as did training day. My butt was puckered for half a year after watching training day. Then there is Man on Fire - ANOTHER Denzel action thriller and ANOTHER top ten movie that won't get a tenth viewing but left a welt on my soul.

Picking favorites is also whim-work, and can never be predicated on a sufficient standard to render it accurate, to leave us perfectly satisfied with our choices. It is in the nature of art that it is impossible to say which work moved us, inspired us, changed us the most. Life is too fluid for static decisions - I can only tell you what is my favorite at this moment - and it is no longer Godfather II. Now it's Man on Fire. 

Wait - Goodfellas. Or maybe  - I don't know... Man on Fire? I can sing the theme in spanish, a capella. I have a strong and melodious singing voice - good range, good control for a civilian.
Ye but Titanic is a 2/10. 

Godfather is a 9.5/10. I don't give perfect scores.

Your Capcom garbage is a 4/10. Shows you how immature American adults are...I would even give childrens' films like The Iron Giant a higher score.
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duck615 » 24 Feb 2021, 9:08 am » wrote: Bill and his wife both suck ****
Melinda Gates is not a womyn, so yea...this is surprisingly accurate

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Isabel » 24 Feb 2021, 6:29 am » wrote: Save your ****, Fools Jr.
You deleted my responses, but left Cyndi's (and JantjeClown's) attacks.
 
In my peanut gallery thread?

Yes. I did.

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Polar1ty » 24 Feb 2021, 11:08 am » wrote: Ye but Titanic is a 2/10. 

Godfather is a 9.5/10. I don't give perfect scores.

Your Capcom garbage is a 4/10. Shows you how immature American adults are...I would even give childrens' films like The Iron Giant a higher score.

Capcom? Whut dat mean?

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Cannonpointer » 24 Feb 2021, 3:35 pm » wrote: Capcom? Whut dat mean?
CP; would it be possible to get some more expressive emojis?

Sometimes they speak louder than words.
 

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Famagusta » 24 Feb 2021, 6:57 pm » wrote: CP; would it be possible to get some more expressive emojis?

Sometimes they speak louder than words.

I will ax gorilla hands, the new code monkey. 

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Cannonpointer » 24 Feb 2021, 7:04 pm » wrote: I will ax gorilla hands, the new code monkey.
I can think up some ones for VG, the pest.

He can only  do sign language, and grunting.

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