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Sardondi

..aaaaand that's a big "PAROLE DENIED". See you in 3 years, Mr. Manson.


EvB


ziznak


McPhallus

The indian one is a bit off (I work in IT with Indian people all the time), but otherwise pretty good.

ziznak

everyday I'm shufflin shufflin
Old Man Shuffling
this is one pissed bear
Bear tries to hit kid through glass at Colorado Springs Zoo
and this ones hilarious.  there's a few versions out there but I liked this one.
Tiger & Monkey -very funny act
and of course... the battle at Kruger.  lions wildebeests and crocks
Battle at Kruger (shorter version)

Ben Shockley

Quote from: MV on July 02, 2012, 11:44:23 PM
//Charles Manson's Epic Question//
Quote from: Sardondi on July 03, 2012, 03:43:20 AM
..aaaaand that's a big "PAROLE DENIED". See you in 3 years, Mr. Manson.
Yeah, so easy to ridicule Charlie...  Yeah, you could have never been where he is, because you could never have been born in that circumstance and almost automatically put through that "prison as child care" deal back when he was a kid; and you could never have been made a product of the prison games and the prison system, and so at age 35 or so like when the Tate-LaBianca murders went down, you could have never been in his shoes of being a "made alpha male" because you would never have been in prison for about 19 of those 35 years.   And if by some inverse miracle, you had been put in Charlie's position throughout that life, you would have never done what he did because you are just so morally superior by virtue of DNA, environment be damned.
Right?
HaHaHa  Charlie Manson is such a punchline!!!  HaHaHa

check  www.atwa.info  for Manson related stuff, including the latest routine chucking of geriatric Charlie into the solitary hole for the slightest of reasons -- more proof, if any more is needed, as to how he is a purely political prisoner and a pure toy of the legal-control bureaucracy and industry.



onan

Quote from: Ben Shockley on July 05, 2012, 03:46:01 AM
Yeah, so easy to ridicule Charlie...  Yeah, you could have never been where he is, because you could never have been born in that circumstance and almost automatically put through that "prison as child care" deal back when he was a kid; and you could never have been made a product of the prison games and the prison system, and so at age 35 or so like when the Tate-LaBianca murders went down, you could have never been in his shoes of being a "made alpha male" because you would never have been in prison for about 19 of those 35 years.   And if by some inverse miracle, you had been put in Charlie's position throughout that life, you would have never done what he did because you are just so morally superior by virtue of DNA, environment be damned.
Right?
HaHaHa  Charlie Manson is such a punchline!!!  HaHaHa

check  www.atwa.info  for Manson related stuff, including the latest routine chucking of geriatric Charlie into the solitary hole for the slightest of reasons -- more proof, if any more is needed, as to how he is a purely political prisoner and a pure toy of the legal-control bureaucracy and industry.

In all candor, it may be insensitive to use manson as a "punchline". I am not familiar with the particulars of his arrests and also his personal history.

All I really know is what I have seen on TV over the last 40+ years. And that alone is condemning. I have little doubt that the bureaucracy that manson was raised in had a part in his "totality". But I am not giving him a pass.

Yeah it sucks that the criminal system is so fault ridden. Yeah it sucks that everyone doesn't get all the breaks. I am still not giving him a pass.

manson is psychotic and from what I can gather, medication non-compliant by his own choice. Yes he can be charismatic many sociopaths can be. His arguments are compelling only in the respect that he uses enough symbolisms and metaphors that most of the meanings are conceptualized by the listener/reader. It isn't that much different than a fortune teller saying things vaguely enough to make one believe it is all true. I am not giving manson a pass.

MV/Liberace!

Quote from: Ben Shockley on July 05, 2012, 03:46:01 AM
Yeah, so easy to ridicule Charlie...  Yeah, you could have never been where he is, because you could never have been born in that circumstance and almost automatically put through that "prison as child care" deal back when he was a kid; and you could never have been made a product of the prison games and the prison system, and so at age 35 or so like when the Tate-LaBianca murders went down, you could have never been in his shoes of being a "made alpha male" because you would never have been in prison for about 19 of those 35 years.   And if by some inverse miracle, you had been put in Charlie's position throughout that life, you would have never done what he did because you are just so morally superior by virtue of DNA, environment be damned.
Right?
HaHaHa  Charlie Manson is such a punchline!!!  HaHaHa


yes, some of the things manson says and does are FUCKING hilarious, so "haha" is right.  i don't give a fuck about his past, his sob story, the system that failed or didn't fail him, or manson himself.  manson's environment and what effect it had do not render him "off limits" comedically.  nothing is off limits... and i generally enjoy shitting in the face of anyone who thinks otherwise.  give me time, and i'll find something YOU have made fun of or laughed at which someone else could/would be offended by... and i won't call you an asshole for doing so, either.


as the VERY pregnant sharon tate was being stabbed in the stomach by tex watson at manson's behest, her final thoughts probably centered around the sob story of the animal who sent them to kill her and how sorry she felt for him.  yeah. 


by the way... you're using a website that almost exclusively exists for the purpose of ridiculing an unimportant, mediocre radio host, but you choose to be offended when ridicule shifts toward a cult leading animal guilty of participating in unspeakable crimes?  fuck me running.


i·ro·ny  [ahy-ruh-nee, ahy-er-] - an outcome of events contrary to what was, or might have been, expected.

MV/Liberace!

the other day, i got into an argument with one of my clients over my contention that recycling is utterly useless.  then, today, i saw the following video.  i wish i could show it to him:


Penn & Teller: Bullshit! - Season 2 Episode 5 (Full)

Mind Flayer Monk

MV you would be wrong. Penn and Teller said that aluminum recycling is profitable and useful. (16:00)

You would have to argue on specific points such as paper recycling is useless.

ziznak

Quote from: MV on July 05, 2012, 04:26:33 PM

yes, some of the things manson says and does are FUCKING hilarious, so "haha" is right.  i don't give a fuck about his past, his sob story, the system that failed or didn't fail him, or manson himself.  manson's environment and what effect it had do not render him "off limits" comedically.  nothing is off limits... and i generally enjoy shitting in the face of anyone who thinks otherwise.  give me time, and i'll find something YOU have made fun of or laughed at which someone else could/would be offended by... and i won't call you an asshole for doing so, either.


as the VERY pregnant sharon tate was being stabbed in the stomach by tex watson at manson's behest, her final thoughts probably centered around the sob story of the animal who sent them to kill her and how sorry she felt for him.  yeah. 


by the way... you're using a website that almost exclusively exists for the purpose of ridiculing an unimportant, mediocre radio host, but you choose to be offended when ridicule shifts toward a cult leading animal guilty of participating in unspeakable crimes?  fuck me running.


i·ro·ny  [ahy-ruh-nee, ahy-er-] - an outcome of events contrary to what was, or might have been, expected.
There's also supposed to be a ton of dead fetuses and and young adult humans buried all over "the family's" little ranch... blame the system and mommy being a whore if you want but ultimately the decision to be a total lunatic was Charlies... People have swam through as much if not more shit than he and come out pillars of society on the other side.  Environment and genes may predispose but in the end it's every man's choice as to the path he takes.  Fuck Charles Manson.

MV/Liberace!

Quote from: Mind Flayer Monk on July 06, 2012, 05:46:52 PM
MV you would be wrong. Penn and Teller said that aluminum recycling is profitable and useful. (16:00)

You would have to argue on specific points such as paper recycling is useless.


yes, you are correct.  they did point out aluminum recycling as the single example of profitable, sensible, beneficial recycling.  otherwise, it's all bullshit.

EvB





Luna was a little wild orca-boy who lost his family and, after that, started to look for contact with people.  He's trying to talk to the boat! Poor baby.


Luna, a wild orca boy, tries to communicate with humans by imitating their boat's motor!

Grimace

Quote from: MV on July 07, 2012, 12:47:05 AM

yes, you are correct.  they did point out aluminum recycling as the single example of profitable, sensible, beneficial recycling.  otherwise, it's all bullshit.

Haha, the Anal Cunt tune "Recycling is Gay" comes to mind. I have given in somewhat though just because I'm cheap and that 5c bottle/can deposit is such a peeve. Must the little area outside the supermarket with the machines always smell so nose hair-ignitingly foul though? There's also always some old guy with a bag of cans numbering in the upper 100s as well that won't do the decent thing and let someone with 20-30 get their business done with.

ziznak

Quote from: EvB on July 07, 2012, 12:56:17 PM
Luna was a little wild orca-boy who lost his family and, after that, started to look for contact with people.  He's trying to talk to the boat! Poor baby.
Luna, a wild orca boy, tries to communicate with humans by imitating their boat's motor!
awwww... his eye towards the end was like looking at the people/boat like.... "will you be my mommy?"

aldousburbank


BobGrau

Interesting documentary about blasphemy. Written and presented by the comedian Stewart Lee, whom I urge you all to check out at some point.

stewart lee - don't get me started - part 1


Sardondi

Quote from: Ben Shockley on July 05, 2012, 03:46:01 AM
Yeah, so easy to ridicule Charlie...  Yeah, you could have never been where he is, because you could never have been born in that circumstance and almost automatically put through that "prison as child care" deal back when he was a kid; and you could never have been made a product of the prison games and the prison system, and so at age 35 or so like when the Tate-LaBianca murders went down, you could have never been in his shoes of being a "made alpha male" because you would never have been in prison for about 19 of those 35 years.   And if by some inverse miracle, you had been put in Charlie's position throughout that life, you would have never done what he did because you are just so morally superior by virtue of DNA, environment be damned.
Right?
HaHaHa  Charlie Manson is such a punchline!!!  HaHaHa

check  www.atwa.info  for Manson related stuff, including the latest routine chucking of geriatric Charlie into the solitary hole for the slightest of reasons -- more proof, if any more is needed, as to how he is a purely political prisoner and a pure toy of the legal-control bureaucracy and industry.

Uhm, this is a joke, right?

kf5iwe

 No Sardondi, there are still maggo, I am sorry people out there worshiping Charlie. If you look into it Charlie went to that house looking for Dennis Wilson. He had been renting it. Makes me wonder about his drowning in the 80's.

MV/Liberace!

Quote from: kf5iwe on August 03, 2012, 10:53:29 AM
No Sardondi, there are still maggo, I am sorry people out there worshiping Charlie.


people need to pick their heroes a bit more wisely.


The General

Who was the genius that hired Gilbert Gottfried for this?

Shoe Dini commercial





ziznak

That vid reminds me of this idiot bouncer at some club in Jersey.  We were like 2 songs into our set and some stupid kid started swinging a metal chair around in the pit.  The bouncer was a BIG black dude and the little hardcore kids being predominantly white and suburban posed little threat... so you'd think right?  He walked into the pit with no fear.  After manhandling the scrawny perp in a not so polite way "baby smalls" as we had knicknamed him found himself lost in a swarm of angry hardcore kids in full beatdown mode... strength in numbers...

then like many of our shows back then the cops came and we had to leave.  :(

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