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I'm sorry man.  I just never was into them.  I can't finish.  :-\

Oh...I'd fuck the shit out of Melissa McCarthy.  ;)

LOL,  I know you would.  I guess I understand why you don't like them but  that shit gets me off.  Different strokes..lol.

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I actually watched that and my life is worse for it.  I hate the internet and I hate blowjobs.

You hate blowjobs?  Good Lord, man, may I ask why?  What if it was Melissa McCarthy giving you a blowjob?

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I remember being in a cinema back in the day watching the trailer for The Tenant. Gravelly voice-over intones, 'Nobody does it to you like Roman Polanski.' Voice at the back immediately shouts, 'Especially if you're 13.'

Final point on Mr Lobo. When Joorch trailed it before 'Here's What's Happeneen' he said, 'Later on tonight, we'll be tokkeen about science-fiction films.' And that's about the only genre that didn't get mentioned: certainly not in the segment I heard.

Jorch's knowledge of science fiction begins and ends with The Twilight Zone.  Thanks for getting back to the thread topic.  I'm waiting for the skeletons to come out of the closet about Jorch's past.  Surely there are a lot of women who have been harassed by Noory starting with his exes.  Probably men too.

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: Today at 02:15:22 PM »
Boy, were the American people suckers for thinking the GOP was interested in cutting spending.

https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-p-jeffrey/gop-congress-presides-over-highest-spending-obamas-stimulus

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From the article.
 
"We're not buddies. But, I mean, I have been in touch with him just a little bit by email. Just personal stuff, nothing worth talking about." She gives the impression she is protecting his privacy, and, one imagines, the fragile state of detente between them. Has she sent him the book? "No. I don't know if he'll read it. I don't believe he's seen it. He's a busy person, so I'm not sure if it's something that it's important to him to get to." The tone of this Ė there is no mistaking it Ė is the deference that creeps into interactions with the famous. It is alive, even now."

I'm not sure I'd be emailing the dude, semi-celeb or not.  That seems pretty weird on her part.  As for some of the stuff with Weinstein, after all these years, accusers are just now popping-up?  This isn't condoning Weinstein's behavior but where were the accusers and the "hallowed" New York Times years ago?  It isn't like "oh, my gosh!  Harvey, how did you suddenly become such a bad boy?"  Some of these characters would sell their their soul for the fame and dollars so don't feign all this naivete over what goes on out in Hollywood, D.C., etc.  They knew what game was going on.  The devil is always looking for someone to play his game.

That's basically how I feel about it.  And you know what.  There will always be some sort of casting couch because there will always be women and men desperate for stardom who will do anything for a chance at the bigtime.  They whore themselves out if it will serve that purpose.  Unfortunately then the decent women and men will also be accosted because the moguls have had their way with the whores and expect more of the same.

I remember hearing a story of Darryl Zanuck and how some star was trying to get in to see him in his office but his secretary wouldn't let him pass.  Turns out good old Darryl was getting a blowjob from some willing woman.  Nothing will change.  There will always be people like Harvey and Polanski in the business.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:27:45 AM »
The president's opinion is that people should have respect for the flag, the anthem and what they represent. You may feel similarly. We still have the right to hold our own opinions here. Not in Canada and a lot of the rest of the world. I'd say that makes us exceptional.  ;)

I too wish people would respect the flag and anthem but there are always going to be assholes that won't do it so why worry about it?  The people are making their feelings known by turning off the NFL on Sundays and staying away from football stadiums.  Isn't capitalism wonderful?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 11:12:56 AM »
President Trump and a whole load of his idiot supporters would like to restrict free speech to only things they approve of.

If he starts issuing executive orders or signing bills restricting freedom of speech,  I'll jump on the hate Trump bandwagon.  He's just blustering and knows he can't do a damn thing. 

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Come on, man! You'd give qualudes and booze to a 13 year old and then try to jump her bones, wouldn't you?  :D

Only if she had nice tits and ass. Joking.  I'd never drug a girl to get her in bed with me.  I only mate with the willing.  Girls can be fully developed at that age but many aren't.  This girl Polanski jumped was apparently still a bit prepubescent.  She doesn't wish Polanski ill though and she's moved on with her life.


https://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/sep/18/samantha-geimer-roman-polanski-unlawful-sex-email



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The laundry list of rape charges (including sodomy forced upon a 13 year old) is why he's still a fugitive from justice.

I had forgotten that she was that young. 

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1.Polanski drugged the girl in question.  It wasn't consensual sex.  He's sexually assaulted a lot of other women and has apparently boasted about it, there are other allegations of rape that he denies.

2.Polanski committed sexual assault before the murder of Sharon Tate.  It would be totally wrong to excuse his behavior in him somehow being badly effected by this incident (and how many husbands whose wives are murdered go on to commit sexual assault anyway?)

Polanski is just simply pure scum.


I'll be honest.  I did once know the details of the Polanski accusations but have largely forgotten most of it since.  I don't remember drugs being mentioned when I first heard the story as a boy.  My error.  If drugs were used then I stand corrected and he is worthless scum . I thought it was mainly young ladies under the age of consent who nevertheless responded to Polanski's overtures.  Y'know like in the stories you'd hear about Errol Flynn.  I despise the things Weinstein  and others have done. I was very saddened when the stuff started coming out about Cosby.  Why Cosby and Polanski felt the need to drug girls and have sex with them, I have no clue. I'm sure there were more than a few girls who would have willingly agreed to sleep with the men.  I shake my head in wonder.

I'm going to have to go back and read the details of the Polanski case again.


And maybe you can give me the details of the Polanski sexual assaults prior to Tate's murder?

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TCM had "The Phantom Carriage" on the other night but I recorded. Haven't seen. Interesting because the 'carriage' issue in Strawberries made me think of that.
I like, from nostalgia, etc some of those 'slasher' films. And some are great. And, of course, the old Universal, etc movies. But some of the old, or foreign, stuff, is better. Most scary movie I've seen? Done by a bonafide rapist: "The Tenant."

Polanski. lol. I just bought a movie of his from the 70's called What?  Basically about a naked girl running around and having sex with Marcello Mastroianni among others.  Plan to watch it soon. I have very mixed feelings about Polanski what with the Tate murder and all. He's a bit of a pervert in my book but we have Weinstein walking around free.  If I had that sort of access to beautiful young women, I'm not sure if I would act any better than Polanski or Flynn.  No, I wouldn't rape but if you are a young man caught with jailbait in consensual sex, it is another ball of wax. We call it rape if the girls are under 18 but that doesn't make it the same thing as real rape. I better shut up before I get myself into trouble. lol. What Weinstein did was inexcusable though. Tit for tat.  Woo-boy.

I know what you mean about the nostalgia factor.  I remember being in school and the other kids were talking about Friday the 13th and Jason jumping up out of the lake at the end.  It was definitely one of the most talked about films during my grade school days.  Anyway, the nostalgia factor was heavy in my decision to visit those films. 


Now I have to find the Tenant.  Thanks for the recommendations. :D

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You need to watch "Outback" ("Wake In Fright") better, so much than those others in many ways. Weird you never seen the Friday 13th stuff..?
Re: Bergman. Yes, great stuff. "Wild Strawberries" one of my favorites. A mindfuck of a film with such subtly.

Victor Sjostrom was so good in that.  That is probably my favorite Bergman film.  Sjostrom is a hell of a director too.  If you get the chance, watch the silent films he made like The Phantom Carriage and The Wind. Great films in their own right. I caught bits of Friday the 13th movies on commercial television in the past but did not want to watch them in that format with all the good bits cut out.  I hate censorship and always will. I didn't really care for slasher films when I was growing up so I pretty much avoided them save for Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.   I've decided to catch up on many of them this year.

Thanks for the recommendation on Outback.  I'll try and find it. :D ;)

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 01:09:49 AM »
I guess Swishy wins Bellgab then.  ::)

I'm not so arrogant as to think that my presence in any way determines the success of Bellgab.  Thanks for the back-handed compliment though.  :D ;) Swishy will go away eventually and I'll be on Bellgab in threads less beloved.

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Yeah, "The Hills Have Eyes" should've been known, especially, as Hollywood does these days, I think it was also remaked recently and Norry is a king in Hollywood!  ;)

Was it "Wake In Fright" (a.k.a. "Outback") that Norry attempted to reference and describe?  I had stopped listening to the awful interview before that because it was so horrible and not even the usual unintended comedy of Norry's mumblings and bumblings and guest taken-aback at ridiculous questions could keep me listening. But, if so, I'm surprised Norry knew the film. It is a great horror movie/ psychological drama! Intense and bizarre! Whenever Jaz posted or hosted a show I think of that film!
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067541/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_142

I have yet to watch the Hills Have Eyes and I am a horror movie nut though I'll confess I'm more into old-school horror  influenced by German Expressionism.  Also psychological horror and haunted house horrors.  I watched Last House on the Left for the first time a couple months ago and it was ok but not that great. Real low-budget, grade z cheapie influenced by Bergman's The Virgin Spring but to mention those 2 movies in the same sentence is an insult to Bergman.  I'm watching the Friday the 13th movies now for the first time.  First couple ones were pretty good but it definitely starts going downhill with Part 5.  I'm getting ready to watch Part 6 now.  I'll try to catch the Hills Have Eyes.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:07:58 AM »
No because your shrinking from him is the victory he's looking for and just encourages him to keep going.  ;)

I see it a different way. I'm not wasting precious time dealing with that moron.  I've got better things to do in life. ;)

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 12:01:19 AM »
I give him about another week before mv bans his ass AGAIN.  :D

Send me a pm when he's gone.  I've stopped trying to read much of the Trump thread since he's taken it over.  Nothing but drivel being posted for the most part now.

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Random Topics / Re: Swish, swish: wish
« on: Yesterday at 12:14:19 AM »

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 18, 2017, 05:37:21 PM »
I was tied up all afternoon and didnít check BellGab until 5:15 or so.  Just to bring everyone up to speed Iím going to summarize what Sissy Pants has offered to do via 3 PMís sent to me this afternoon and my response..

Sissy Pants:  You off up your 214. I offer to verify it and provide you with your information in return. Lets do it, or did your ego write a check your ass can't cash?  I'm not kidding. I sure hope you aren't.

Me:  Thatís not how itís going to work shitbird.  Iíll post my docs with my identifiers blanked out and we will both send what we have with full identifiers to prove who we are to a mutually agreed upon third party who once he is reasonably satisfied that the docs are authentic will simultaneously provide each of us with the others info.

Sissy Pants:  I don't have a DD214. Your reading comprehension is lacking. I am civilian. My service has been in Africa through the PMC's. I fix the things guys like you fuck up. Don't worry about a third party. I'll send your number to Col. Shaffer. He usually gets back to me within a couple of days.

Me:  So you have nothing to offer that can be verified?  Thatís convenient.  Who the fuck is Col Shaeffer?  Is he a friend of Col Clink and Sgt Shultz.  Get back to me when you get serious.

Maybe Corporal Klinger's sexually confused brother? LOL.

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Politics / Re: Islam is a cancer and should be eradicated from the earth.
« on: October 18, 2017, 05:34:50 PM »
Some of Canada is waking up, a small bit. They should be asking: why are my tax dollars going to give social services to Muslim immigrants who like to wear extremist garb and why are they in my country?
https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/quebec-passes-bill-requiring-citizens-to-uncover-faces-while-receiving-public-services/article36638544/

Antifa also likes to hide their faces too.  Maybe there should be laws against all masked individuals who commit criminal acts.   Y'now, if you are assaulting people with rocks and are wearing a mask not only do you get the charge for assault but also another criminal charge for being in disguise.

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Politics / Re: Random Political Thoughts
« on: October 18, 2017, 05:27:56 PM »
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2017/10/18/mass-killings-shootings-research-university-illinois/
Study Finds Mass Killings Not On The Rise Over The Past Decade

Can you imagine a mainstream new magazine, even a decade ago, having articles about "butt plugs?"
http://www.newsweek.com/hacked-butt-plug-controlled-anywhere-lovense-sex-toy-687719

LOL.  I saw that on Drudge.  Everything has gone to shit now.  LOL.

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Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 15, 2017, 08:07:49 AM »
Nip slip. ;D


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Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 15, 2017, 07:46:16 AM »

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Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 15, 2017, 07:06:43 AM »

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Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 15, 2017, 06:58:58 AM »

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Random Topics / Re: Music
« on: October 15, 2017, 06:47:58 AM »

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Politics / Re: Hillary Clinton
« on: October 13, 2017, 06:10:31 PM »

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;D



I loved this movie but never watched much soccer much outside of Mexican restaurants.


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Speaking of gimmicky...

You have to admit that the old indoor leagues were fun, Right? Maybe?  ;)



And of course the older version of the NASL back when the New York Cosmos signed Pele, Beckenbauer, and Cruyff, just to name a few.

Why are you talking about our space program?  This is the soccer thread.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 12, 2017, 05:21:56 PM »
Iím certain that the many who will benefit from the order will note your principled objection.

No but everyone on Bellgab will.  ;)  What Obama did and what Trump is doing sets terrible precedent.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: October 12, 2017, 04:29:03 PM »
I'm going to go on record and say that I oppose what Trump is doing regarding healthcare.  I sympathize with why he feels led to do this but I don't believe executive orders should be used for anything other than administrative policies within the executive branch.  I know Congress has failed to do their job but two wrongs don't make a right.  When Obama signed executive orders to create law he was wrong and Trump is also wrong. This is not good for our country.

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