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No. 32021 ID: 30df22 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  https://vid.me/TsNm
>> No. 32026 ID: 626b5e
No... this has been going on for a long time.

http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/features/2011/01/quaid-201101?currentPage=1

Here's 5 pages all about Randy being crazy.


No. 32000 ID: c044b5 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Anyone remember the video that was posted here a while back? Was some old Italian show, they were in a classroom and the teacher started rapping and the class followed along.

Was pretty old, and for some reason thought it was one of the first rap songs...
>> No. 32001 ID: 68aa6b
  was it this?
>> No. 32002 ID: c044b5
>>32001
yes thank you!
>> No. 32022 ID: 30df22
  >pretty old
>one of the first rap songs

What? Nigga please.
>> No. 32023 ID: 30df22
  Woodie Guthrie


No. 32018 ID: ddcf9f hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  I learned that the Shovel Knight soundtrack is pretty fucking baller when it's not 8-bit.
>> No. 32019 ID: c044b5
fuck yeah
>> No. 32020 ID: 1bddb7
  >>32018


No. 31452 ID: 58a76a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
  Here we go again...
http://www.deathmetal.org/article/metalgate/

http://www.spin.com/articles/20-best-metal-albums-2014/
>Metal is still dogged by the issues that arise from its deep-seated conservative values, but thanks to an increase in conversations about racism, politics, and feminism, those on the right side of history have gained solid ground.
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>> No. 32008 ID: 097fc9
>>31805
>>31806
>>31808
My wife and I are friends with King Diamond's wife Livia we got invited to go back stage and sound check for their 2014 US tour's first show in Atlanta.

Show was awesome and I am still amazed at Kim's vocal range
>> No. 32009 ID: 06a0fb
>>31998
Huh, plagiarizing first-edition sci book cover art for metal album covers now, eh?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/c/ce/HammersSlammers.jpg/220px-HammersSlammers.jpg
>> No. 32012 ID: 963c4b
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>>32009
Hammer's Slammers is a 1979 collection of military science fiction short stories by author David Drake. Hammer's Slammers was also made into a board game in 1984.

A board game based on the classic novel by Dave Drake. "The Hovertank is amazingly silent for its fusion powered bulk. Even the hiss of the main laser turret would seem quiet to an ancient tank commander." Artillery, tanks, infantry, shells from the sky, etc. "Soon the enemy will know that Colonel Alois Hammer's Slammers have landed."

The map represents various battlefield and terrain the mercenaries fought over the latter half of the 3rd Millennium. It has the usual roads, forest, slopes, clear, lake, city, swamp, hill, river, bridge, fortress and rubble terrain. Hammer's Slammers is a basic Hex & Chit game with CRT's, terrain modifiers, and fairly easy rules (7 pages of actual rules). http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/4049/hammers-slammers
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No. 31995 ID: 052639 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
 
>> No. 31997 ID: 1e7cc7
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>>31995
The fuck was that all about??
>> No. 31999 ID: 052639
>>31997
She wanted all the boys to notice she was doing something cute, but they were too busy playing video games

So she threw a tantrum
>> No. 32007 ID: c565c4
  lellelellelel


No. 32004 ID: e365e5 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  So who watches the shows The Discovery Channel has?

This one is mostly filmed around my town, since his "Texplo" company is from here...and this show, just shows why so many people call him a douchenozzle.
>> No. 32005 ID: 72eee7
Gas bombs, gas bombs everywhere...


No. 31589 ID: 76af3b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  ITT: 8 bit music
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>> No. 31605 ID: 959caa
  smughipster.gif but pronounced "jiff"
>> No. 31606 ID: 959caa
  >>31590

I'm feeling super judgy right now.
>> No. 31607 ID: 959caa
  Apparently this song showed up in rock band 3
>> No. 31608 ID: 959caa
  Fantomenk also did all the music for those Kieth Apicary songs.

Maybe more accurately, Nathan Barnett wrote lyrics to say over fantomenk songs.


He actually played the songs with a sega CD when performing live.
>> No. 31996 ID: 6da3ec
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  https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=D-le-mGXmuw&x-yt-ts=1421914688&x-yt-cl=84503534#t=130

Fuck.
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>> No. 31980 ID: 626b5e
>>31979

They really do try to sway "American public opinion" without realizing that it basically consists of treating the world's issues like our professional wrestling, entertainment in which we arbitrarily pick teams based upon something we like/dislike about them or by some personal connection.

I'm waving my team Putin flag just because I'm like vaguely Great Russian in I guess most of my lineage? So that's like, a good enough reason, I guess... there really isn't anything more to pick up on from this conflict besides random Russia v Ukraine out of boredom. Same kinda thing with me favoring the Washington Redskins, really.

Popcorn ready for when they actually go to a real war, go team Putin!
>> No. 31981 ID: 626b5e
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>>31980

If they really want to get American public opinion on their side, I suggest using the same methods a wrestler uses to appear in the face role. Right now in this fight, both appear to be heels, and it's purely an arbitrary preference for one side or the other based on entertainment value.

Putin needs to actually do something to directly impress Americans, instead of speaking to "NATO" like its actually a thing now.

If he wants more support in this fight, he's gonna have to stop the traditional "b-b-b-but he's worse!" bit and just pander some. Start schmoozing up American cultural icons, appear less of a douche. Smile for a picture holding up a fucking Coca Cola. That shit worked for Gorbi with the pizza hut endorsement deal.
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>>31980
>They really do try to sway "American public opinion"
More like "poke it in its fat ass". I don't know about 1bddb7, but IMO, like any other puppet regime supporters, his motive is search of financial support on the ideological basis.

Whatever "opinion" you guys having on this, is really irrelevant. I am illustrating the different thing - the situation where it happens so that whatever you may think about situation, is wrong. Even if you can grasp some arguments, other parts of systemic view on the world are not present, they are completely removed from your world view and will never appear on the horizon. The public opinion of American (and English-speaking community) population is being swayed back and forth to maintain the illusion of democracy you are living in, but on the other hand, this sort of opinion, of course, is dictated by the currents in such complex thing as international climate.

Thus, I've been analyzing my own motifs for staying here beyond any easily explainable reason. I am curious person, and by probing here and there I can see what is happening more closely. And that is only thing that matters.

>>31981
>If he wants more support in this fight, he's gonna have to stop the traditional "b-b-b-but he's worse!" bit and just pander some.
You got it wrong. He does not need to support any fight other than to maintain status quo. His goal is to win by economical means without putting up a finger to actually use any significant force. Kiev may cry and rage but it won't be able to change this either - Ukraine and its people aren't the enemy to Russia, it is their new government who is fighting both Ukraine and Russia. God forbid NATO to give him reasons to intervene - IMO, projected casualties may wary between 20k and 50k and as far as current number of losses do not exceed it, the action won't start.

>That shit worked for Gorbi with the pizza hut endorsement deal.
No, it did not in the slightest.
>> No. 31993 ID: 626b5e
>>31988

Yeah, sure, and the NATO powers are just going to keep slapping Russia with financial sanctions and fucking up the energy market until she goes broke. This isn't the 1940s, some stupid ground war isn't necessary to completely ruin Russia.

You guys don't remember how the Soviet Union actually went bankrupt and broke up, do ya? Reagan's pet Arabs bled Russia dry, and eh... they're doing it again, just differently this time.

Then some years down the line while everyone is fucking sick of bread lines again, they'll vote for someone who isn't Putin for once, and the new guy is just going to bitch out and give back any territorial gains made over the Putin years.

All because of being an unsociable prick. The people here don't like him, he comes off as a total asshole. The type of guy who speaks perfect English, but refuses to because he thinks he's too good to address Westerners as people.

Basically, he's looked at like a slightly more violent & white Obama. Congress is going to crap out anything they can that fucks with him at this point until forever.

Or Russia could just stop being an insular little shit about things and try being more friendly. Friendliness gets you friends, friends tell their Congressman to STFU, economy is relieved, territorial gains are unchallenged...

Just saying.
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>> No. 31994 ID: 70d38f
>>31993
>You guys don't remember how the Soviet Union actually went bankrupt and broke up, do ya?
1. The break of the SU had nothing to do with actual involvement of anyone even remotely connected to US. There were several factors, but of course, oil prices or war in Afghanistan weren't even major ones to contribute.

On the other hand, everything past that point is bearing signs of involvement, and the most significant one. NATO, however, as they say, did cook a hare before catching him.

2. People do believe their president because they are sure that he did save the country from the hardships of post-USSR and he will do it again, whatever challenges may be ahead. He still has 2 years of presidency. Russia is still on neutral ground in terms of GDP and has nothing even closely resembling situation 20 years before.

3. Most importantly, people around the world probably do not realize that it is not only Russia that is suffering from this situation - there is, at least judging by practice a significant margin of safety. It is Europe that is taking further losses even when it's not in favorable economic situation. The ensuring chaos is posing more danger than any of your (mostly) imaginary enemies can possibly hope to achieve.

>Or Russia could just stop being an insular little shit about things and try being more friendly.
There are two categories of "friendship" between countries. The first one - is to live as your "friends" do. And the second one - live as your "friends" say. Everything's different in these two variants other than in the name.

>and the new guy is just going to bitch out and give back any territorial gains made over the Putin years
Yeah, I know that guy. He really tried even before any "revolution" in Ukraine wasn't even in project, however, his attitude gave him the reputation of corrupted pro-western bitch, and even more so after his supporters moved over and united over said revolution - fuck them too.
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No. 28921 ID: 011a5c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Just rewatched Dirty Work for the first time in like ten years and god damn this movie is way funnier than I remember. Highly suggest it if you like Norm McDonald, Artie Lang, and Chris Farley all in one movie.

In honor of this gem of the late nineties, post your favorite comedies that barely anyone knows about
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>> No. 29338 ID: 451480
  >>29337
And this one borders between funny and just plain bad
>> No. 29339 ID: 451480
  we're on a theme here
>> No. 29527 ID: 4c768d
>>29335
Just watched this and was gonna post it, great movie!
>> No. 29552 ID: 0ea1a5
  I've only heard of this movie about 3 years ago.
>> No. 31966 ID: 1e7cc7
  The Guy Who Plays Mr. Belvedere Fan Club Phil Hartman and Tom Hanks, SNL 1992
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x9yn49_mr-belvedere_shortfilms
Cheryl: Okay. I should want to shake hands with Mr. Belvedere, I shouldn't want to grab a lock of his hair.

Mr. Chairman: That's good, Cheryl. And, even though it would be really neat to have a lock of his hair, we know that's not right. Someone else?

Mike: Yeah. Okay. I should want to send him a fan letter telling him how good he was in the episode where he teaches everyone how to cook, but I shouldn't want to type the letter on a death certificate.

Mr. Chairman: Yes! But, then, you learned that one the hard way, huh? Okay, so let's keep going. Come on.

Adam: I should like watching "Mr. Belvedere" a lot, but I shouldn't have to masturbate at the end of every episode.

Mr. Chairman: That's right. That is right. Discipline. Next?

Melanie: Uh, yeah! I should want to cook Brocktoon a simple dinner if he truly accepts the offer, but not if I sense that he accepts it telepathically.
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