I meant Walter would likely die.
I meant Walter would likely die.
Hank will likely die however it will turn out to all be just a dream. The show will flash back to episode 1 where Walt is watching the drug bust on TV. He never does make the choice to make meth and instead continues his life poor and likely to die from cancer, but with his family by his side.
No, I mean libertarians are practically indistinguishable from conservatism (the ideology) but constantly go on about how much smarter and independant they are than everyone else.
Libertarians are just the hipsters of conservatism.
Maybe conservatives/republicans wouldn’t constantly feel so persecuted if they stopped doing everything in their power to run the country into the ground, purely out of spite, because their policies have proven for the past 30 years to be failures and have the exact opposite effect on peoples lives they claim. And maybe if they stopped doing everything in their power to ignore science/reality/fact and obstructing change away from those failed policies, only to blame everyone but themselves for the problems they’ve caused and continue to cause, people would stop treating conservatives like ignorant, cavemen constantly looking for witches to burn. That is all modern (past 30 years) conservatism is…modern salem witch trials. Blind, religious devotion to their ideals and when they are wrong, it isn’t because of their ideals but because of the witches tricked them…again. There’s a reason Bush forgot the old adage of “fool me once”. It’s because conservatives have been fooled and have been fooling themselves for 30+ years and still don’t get it. I get this is meant to be humorous, but all it does is reflect the problem with partisan politics in general, and conservatives specifically. It just shows their constant, closed-minded, hypocrisy and head-in-the-sand ignorance that no science/fact/reality can penetrate. Everyone is always wrong or to blame but them.
I love Kanye and think he is a genius…but yeah, he always comes across as an angry a-hole. My biggest beef is that for someone who keeps ranting about the industry holding him back and trying to control him and being the vision for the future, he sure is obsessed with winning awards and approval from those same people. Either you are an innovator wanting to move forward, or you actually believe those old awards invented to promote the old system (not to actually award “art” or even sales or worth). Can’t have it both ways.
Link’s awakening was a gameboy game. So it doesn’t count.
He doesn’t say he played Ocarina of time in High School, just that he playes Zelda games after the original and he thinks one of the incarnations was Ocarina of Time. He doesn’t specifically say that he played OoT in high school, although he probably did play it at some point.
I saw Kevin Smith speak many years ago and one of the funniest stories I’ve ever heard was why he hates Reese Witherspoon and refers to her as Greesie Reesie. In short, even before she was famous, she was acting like a self-righteous, holier than thou hag. Not surprising the second something even small like this happens, she starts with the “do you know who I am?!?!” routine.
An interesting question. Are there any comedians in scientology? Seems like the very nature of a comedian - observant, questioning, mocking and making fun of things - would automatically conflict with scientology’s methods. It would be too SP.
That is the real issue here nobody wants to discuss. The slave wages these people get. That is the real problem, restaurants not wanting to pay workers. But regardless, I am canadian and right now, minimum wage is $10 an hour. So here, not only is a server already making a decent wage, but then they still get tips over an above that. I used to deliver pizza so I didn’t get min wage, just $2 per delivery plus tip. I would drive in rain storms, blizzards, etc, show up freezing or soaked with a fresh pie and NOT get tipped. So I get it. But what bugs me is how the auto tipping does NOT encourage good service, but entitlement and how the expectation for what is a “standard tip” seems to keep going up.
While I agree that this was a dick movie, both from the pastor AND Applebees, this whole automatic tipping thing needs to be addressed by society. I have worked for tips in the past, so I know what it is like. But it used to be if you did your job well then you got a tip. Then tips became expected completely regardless of service quality. So automatic tipping becomes a norm. It used to be 10% was the “expected”. I often gave 15%. But then 15% became the norm. Now, where I live, I am already noticing that all these bills and debit/cc machines have 20% as the default tip. Seriously? 20% automatic tip completely unassociated from the level of service I get? Sorry, but automatic tipping needs to stop.
It was clear to me this show was going to be horrible right from the start. It was ridiculous and unbelievable how obsessed everyone in the show was with Marilyn. Marilyn was name dropped in every single conversation and every character had some story about how influential Marilyn supposedly was to their life and their career and their life philosophy, etc. Seriously? What self respected actor or singer would point to marilyn monroe as ANY sort of influence? This made the show come across, from the start, as one of the worst Glee “theme” episodes, desperate to find a reason for its own existence. Nobody gives a crap about marilyn monroe other than hollywood itself. That made the show little more than a big circle jerk about how much hollywood is in love with itself crammed into a tv show.
No, I got that. My point was that we shouldn’t make broad generalizations and assume that because some people behave one way it means all other members of the same sex are exactly the same. I’m saying there are legitimately nice guys out there who don’t expect anything. Some may want and hope more, but doesn’t mean that they are jerks when they don’t get anything more. Friendship, like any relationship, needs a clear understanding of expectations and if those expectations don’t match, there is no friendship in the first place.
I really don’t care if she lip-synced or not. It seems to be the trend these days. However, I do think that if you are a signer, and make your living as a singer, and people are paying you to sing but you lip-sync…that is borderline fraud. That applies to all singers. You have one job and if you are taking money but don’t do what you are paid to do, then you are ripping people off.
I wonder, the one comic says that these “fake ncie guys” are just emotionally manipulative and bitter when they don’t get their way. I think the same could be said of women who know men are interested in them and keep them in that “friend zone”.
Yes, there are guys who only pretend to be nice because they think they will get something out of it. Yes, there are women who have passed by a number of legimitely nice guys in order to date assholes and then complain about all mem being jerks. However, I’m also pretty sure that finding a “mate” is a sort of competition which is often why jerks get more women than “nice guys”…they are often more confident and aggressive in pursuing those they are sexually interested in.
I don’t think his issue is with women who are comic fans, at cons, or women cos players or even women who want to sex up the characters they dress as. His anger seems more directed to the women, likely hired by someone, who are paid to dress up and get attention. Women who know nothing about comics and, as he says, possibly look down on comics and comic book readers and normally wouldn’t give them the time of day if they weren’t being paid. But his concern should be directed at publishers or the con organizers or whomever it is that hires these women to draw in WAY more public and media attention than such an event would normally get. His anger is misdirected and comes across as someone who got turned down for a date and looking for someone to blame.
the People “sexiest man alive” is about as realistic as Maxim’s hottest women lists. It’s not like they actually poll people on their actual opinion. They just pick someone good looking who is “hot” in terms of career at the moment. And Gosling just isn’t as “hot” career-wise as Tatum this year or Cooper last year. That’s all this is. Industry PR.