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Not Ozymandias
08-27-2005, 10:34 AM
Enjoy:
http://whitesupremacy.ytmnd.com/

Sin Studly
08-27-2005, 10:34 AM
HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Two thumbs up!

ninthlayer
08-27-2005, 11:47 AM
Wow, that's amazing.

T-6005
08-27-2005, 11:52 AM
That's great.

Not Ozymandias
09-01-2005, 12:27 AM
http://img68.imageshack.us/img68/7383/jesus8bp.jpg

neocon58
09-01-2005, 12:51 AM
That was awsome

RXP
09-01-2005, 01:46 AM
That image is a fucking discrace.

Sin Studly
09-01-2005, 02:10 AM
So is your spelling.

Iddy
09-01-2005, 05:12 AM
They would have stayed in Africa if it wasn't for lazy white eejits... really kids, its standard history.


As for the Jesus pick, i stand by RXP...

Sin Studly
09-01-2005, 05:58 AM
Funny, I don't know any black people who came to Australia on slave-ships.

Iddy
09-01-2005, 06:28 AM
So whites (oh god, i'm becoming a label freak like everyone else) are the only ones allowed to travel freely between countries?

Sin Studly
09-01-2005, 07:19 AM
No, niggers are allowed to freely travel back to Africa.

Not Ozymandias
09-01-2005, 06:11 PM
This may be the greatest thing I've EVER seen:
http://www.milkandcookies.com/links/21099/

TheUnholyNightbringer
09-01-2005, 06:16 PM
This may be the greatest thing I've EVER seen:
http://www.milkandcookies.com/links/21099/

AHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Can't breathe!

kickass0987654321
09-01-2005, 06:17 PM
I think that the hatred against blacks is horrible. I don't see anything wrong with somebody having different color skin than I.

kickass0987654321
09-01-2005, 06:18 PM
This may be the greatest thing I've EVER seen:
http://www.milkandcookies.com/links/21099/
I couldn't listen to it. Damn parents banned me from the computer except for when i have to do homework.

Not Ozymandias
09-01-2005, 06:22 PM
Let's see fuckin' Patrick Stewart pull off THAT.

0r4ng3
09-01-2005, 06:24 PM
AHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Can't breathe!
I didn't think it was that funny, but it was still very funny. It reminds me of when he did the spoken word version of "The Real Slim Shady" on Futurama (it was really him in that episode). I guess this is where they spoofed it from.

TheUnholyNightbringer
09-01-2005, 06:25 PM
I didn't think it was that funny, but it was still very funny. It reminds me of when he did the spoken word version of "The Real Slim Shady" on Futurama (it was really him in that episode). I guess this is where they spoofed it from.

I couldn't breathe while watching it. It was too funny. Everything about it was totally perfect. I can die a happy man.

nieh
09-01-2005, 07:03 PM
This may be the greatest thing I've EVER seen:
http://www.milkandcookies.com/links/21099/

I personally think this (http://www.tolkiencollector.com/bilbo5.mov) is better

Not Ozymandias
09-01-2005, 07:08 PM
I personally think this (http://www.tolkiencollector.com/bilbo5.mov) is better
Man, I can't believe I've never done acid...

Jebus
09-01-2005, 07:11 PM
I didn't think it was that funny, but it was still very funny. It reminds me of when he did the spoken word version of "The Real Slim Shady" on Futurama (it was really him in that episode). I guess this is where they spoofed it from.
Didn't Stewie do this in an episode of Family Guy?

0r4ng3
09-01-2005, 07:11 PM
Didn't Stewie do this in an episode of Family Guy?
Yeah, I think so, but not the same song.
I personally think this (http://www.tolkiencollector.com/bilbo5.mov) is better
It's not that funny, just really fuckin' wierd. Why are they wearing elf ears? What's with the "dance" moves?

Not Ozymandias
09-01-2005, 07:14 PM
Family Guy should not be mentioned in a thread for humorous things.

nieh
09-01-2005, 07:15 PM
Didn't Stewie do this in an episode of Family Guy?
yes

Yeah, I think so, but not the same song.
Yes, it was the same song, he just (obviously) didn't sing the whole thing.

Jebus
09-01-2005, 07:35 PM
YIt's not that funny, just really fuckin' wierd. Why are they wearing elf ears? What's with the "dance" moves?
Have you not heard of a book called The Hobbit?

0r4ng3
09-01-2005, 07:36 PM
Have you not heard of the book called The Hobbit?
I know what the Hobbit is, I'm not that much of an idiot. I mean, they're singing about a hobbit, while wearing elf ears. Wouldn't it make more sense to look like a hobbit?

Edit: I guess I am that much of an idiot.

Sin Studly
09-02-2005, 01:42 AM
I think that the hatred against blacks is horrible. I don't see anything wrong with somebody having different color skin than I.

Shut up, kyke.

[Warning] Nimrod In Town
09-02-2005, 09:52 AM
The world keeps getting dumber.

TheUnholyNightbringer
09-02-2005, 09:53 AM
Nimrod In Town']The world keeps getting dumber.

You can reverse it with suicide.

Amazed
09-02-2005, 10:08 AM
Family Guy should not be mentioned in a thread for humorous things.

Please die :)

[Warning] Nimrod In Town
09-02-2005, 10:09 AM
You can reverse it with suicide.

No. That's gay.

Not Ozymandias
02-13-2006, 10:08 PM
http://www.ebaumsworld.com/recuts.html

Footage from some classic movies re-edited to make trailers that make the movies look completely different than what they really are (i.e. A Christmas Story as a horror movie, Big as a creepy drama about a pedophile). The best is the one that makes The Shining look like a heartwarming tale about a relationship between a fatherless boy and a lonely writer. This is worth visiting the evil empire that is ebaum.

Rag Doll
02-13-2006, 11:06 PM
I've seen the Shining trailer before. Totally awesome. So is the one for Se7en.

And Shatner doing Rocketman earlier in this thread is fucking fantastic. I cant believe I never saw it before.

Mota Boy
02-13-2006, 11:21 PM
Those recut trailers are the most brilliant thing I've seen this week. The gay jokes are cheap, though.

Not Ozymandias
02-21-2006, 10:46 PM
This week's submission is an audio clip of a postgame interview by Chicago Cubs manager Lee Elia back in 1983. The Cubs had gotten off to a terrible start and Mr. Elia wasn't feeling the love from the fans....


http://www.speakeasy.org/~bucky/lee_elia_br.mp3

JohnnyNemesis
02-21-2006, 10:55 PM
I've been looking for that clip for ages! I fucking LOVE that!

Not Ozymandias
02-22-2006, 10:49 PM
It's a pity he never managed the Yankees in the 80's - can you fucking IMAGINE the outburts he'd unleash after games if he thought the Chicago fans were bad??

All About Eve
02-22-2006, 11:11 PM
To comment on the original post of this thread, that may have made the movie actually good.

Not Ozymandias
03-28-2006, 01:25 AM
http://www.imdb.com/user/ur5219197/comments



There have been numerous documentaries and dramatic productions focusing on the comedians that make up the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, including a television show, and two prior movies, which many consider to be the definitive work. As a result, in deciding to film "Larry the Cable Guy, Health Inspector", director Trent Cooper (The Comeback) set an imposing task for himself. His vision needed to differ from that of the film makers who preceded him, yet the finished product had to remain faithful to the unforgettable images which represent the modern lower class lifestyle.

The film opens in September of 1939 in Krakow, Poland, with the Jewish community under increasing pressure from the Nazis. Into this tumult comes the Health Inspector(Larry the Cable Guy), a Nazi businessman interested in obtaining Jewish backing for a factory he wishes to build. He makes contact with Itzhak Stern (Joe Pantoliano), an accountant, to arrange financial matters. For a while, there is no interest and nothing happens.

March 1941. The Krakow Jewish community has been forced to live in the Warsaw Ghettos where money no longer has any meaning. Several elders agree to invest in Larry's factory and the DEF (Deutsche Emailwarenfabrik) is born - a place where large quantities of pots are manufactured. To do the work, Larry hires Jews and the German army becomes his biggest customer.

March 1943. Germany's intentions towards the Jews are no longer a secret. The Ghetto is "liquidated", with the survivors being herded into the Plaszow Forced Labor Camp. Many are executed, and still others are shipped away by train, never to return. During this time, Larry has managed to ingratiate himself with the local commander, Amon Goeth (Jeff Foxworthy), a Nazi who kills Jews for sport. Using his relationship with Goeth, Larry begins to secretly campaign to help the Jews, saving men, women, and children from certain death.

"Larry the Cable Guy, Health Inspector" gives us three major stories and a host of minor ones. First and foremost, it tells the tale of the Holocaust, presenting new images of old horrors. These are as ghastly and realistic as anything previously filmed, and Cooper emphasizes the brutality of the situation by not pulling punches when it comes to gore. The blood, inky rather than crimson in stark black-and-white, fountains when men and women are shot in the head or through the neck.

The second story is that of Larry the Health Inspector, the Nazi businessman who saved 1200 Jews from death. Larry starts out as a self-centered manufacturer, concerned only about making money. He hires Jews because they're cheap, not because he likes them. But his perspective changes, and he risks losing everything to save as many lives as he can. His eventual lament that he couldn't save more is heartbreaking.

The third story belongs to Amon Goeth (Foxworthy), the Nazi commander of Krakow, a man who teeters on the brink of madness. Despite his intense hatred for Jews, he is inexplicably attracted to his Jewish housekeeper, Helen Hirsch (Joanna Cassidy). Disgusted by his feelings, he lashes out at her with a display of violence that is almost Scorsese-like in its blunt presentation. As written, Goeth could easily have become a conscienceless monster, but Cooper works carefully to show unexpected depth and complexity to his character.

Often, the experiences of the minor characters provide the most lasting images. Helen's story is memorable, as is the plight of young Danka Dresner and her mother as they strive to avoid death while staying together. There's a Jewish couple that marries in the Plaszow camp, even though their chances of survival are dim, and a Rabbi who survives a close encounter with a Nazi gun.

Of course the Holocaust images are grim, but scenes of mass graves and exhumed bodies are not unique to "Larry the Cable Guy, Health Inspector." While it's impossible to deny their power, potentially more disturbing are the instances of callous, individual murder. Cooper doesn't spare his audience when it comes to sudden violence or the dehumanizing factors involved in such events. After all, Jews were viewed as "vermin." "Larry the Cable Guy, Health Inspector" is replete with moments like this.

The acting is uniformly excellent. Larry the Cable Guy is shown in all his complexity, and his transformation is played with studied control. This is no sudden reversal of philosophy, but a matter of conscience that slowly dawns on the man. With a keen sense of the health inspector's character, Larry depicts the metamorphosis from self-centered businessman to driven messiah.

Joe Pantoliano, whose role in the "Adventures of Pluto Nash" transfixed audiences years ago, has the movie's most understated role -- one that he acts with simple sincerity. Equally as impressive is Embeth Davidtz, who snares the viewer's attention during her limited screen time as Helen Hirsch, the object of Amon Goeth's twisted affection. Speaking of Goeth, Jeff Foxworthy stuns with his intricate, savage portrayal of the Nazi commander, a man fascinated by power and murder. Foxworthy's Goeth has the rare ability to both mesmerize and repulse, and this is a performance that will long be remembered.

Despite the grisly subject matter, this movie is essentially about uncovering a kernel of hope and dignity in the midst of a monstrous tragedy. The story of Larry the Cable Guy's sacrifices for the Jews sets this apart from other Holocaust dramas. Uncompromising in its portrayal of good, evil, and all the shades in between, "Larry the Cable Guy, Health Inspector" offers a clear view of human nature laid bare: hatred, greed, lust, envy, anger, and, most important of all, empathy and love. Because this film touches us so deeply, the catharsis has a power that few -- if any -- other moments in film history can match. And that's what establishes this as a transcendent motion picture experience.

Not Ozymandias
11-10-2006, 03:20 PM
It's been too long.

Old:
http://www.buffalobeast.com/80/sab80.jpg



New:
http://i4.tinypic.com/2u5xhsi.jpg

Not Ozymandias
04-03-2007, 09:55 PM
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2007/basketball/ncaa/03/30/bc.bkc.nit.t.shirtgoof.ap/p1_wva2.jpg
1) The fact that they get a trophy and cut down the net to commemorate being the 66th best college team in the country.

2) The painfully obvious look of hollow "victory" on their faces.

3) West Virgina



Pic of the year so far.

JohnnyNemesis
04-03-2007, 10:00 PM
Oh god, just two letters off...