|yogarfield - 2015-11-13 |
|yogarfield - 2015-11-13 |
chris really is the slow jazz of humanity.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class
An interesting phrase, but maybe you mean smooth jazz? I like slow jazz. None of that dissonant shit for me, thanks.
I was very high, but I stand by my words.
I'm going to go with the original definition of jazz and interpret that to mean "leisurely humpin'."
|EvilHomer - 2015-11-13 |
I seriously recommend watching the entire thing, but if you don't have a lot of time, you should at least experience 2:13 - 3:20.
This is art.
Another intensely poignant scene is from 5:20 - 6:22.
For those of you who don't recognize the figure getting curb-stomped by Darkbind Sonichu, that is Christine's estranged, real-life older brother, Cole. Christine and her mom have been trying to contact Cole for many years, but Cole - now a successful film critic living in Manhattan - hates Barb and refuses to have anything to do with them.
Sorry, I made a mistake. Because of the Zelda weapons, I assumed Darkbind was curb-stomping Cole. However, I just checked it into it, and the character whom I thought was Darkbind, is in fact Christine's current self-insertion character.
Cole is a hack. He gave Toy Story 3 a negative review just cause it was too scary for him.
Apparently he's a jerkop under Graduon's control that's why he makes such stupid reviews and won't contact Chris.
For the benefit of casual Sonichu watchers, here is what the CWCkipedia has to say re: the negative review Cena alludes to:
"(Cole) was mentioned once in Time magazine for being one of the few critics to give a negative review to Toy Story 3, resulting in many Pixar fans crying out in disgust that a movie franchise that looked to be the only one with purely 100% ratings on RT was ruined by him and Armond White".
As for you, Cena, Cole's review of Toy Story 3 was true and honest. If a few thousand butthurt Toy Story fans can't handle the fact that their precious holocaust-simulator got less than a 100% on RottenTomatoes, that is not Cole's fault.
|Nikon - 2015-11-13 |
What the hell is going on with the photography in this thing?
I'm reminded of the weird color filters used for
Cthulhu Mythos vision in _The Dunwich Horror_.
Nevermind, missed the description above.
|infinite zest - 2015-11-13 |
I tried the 3D goggles I got from Max Max Fury Road and put it on actual 3D settings. :) I'm just happy to know that he's happy.
But I would disagree with him about autism being a set-back. It's a gift. Could I make this? Bet you 5,000,000 in Dogecoins that I couldn't..
Think of autism as his mutant ability; it's a gift, but also a curse. The Thing needs his rock-skin to fight crime and save his fellow teammates from certain doom, but would he give up his powers and go back to being a normal man, if he could?
|urbanelf - 2015-11-13 |
I can't wait until Sega's army of lawyers crushes what little is left of him. Making an example of an autistic, transgender, internet celebrity is every corporation's dream.
I hope not. They've tortured him enough.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-11-13 |
Oh man, the part where he starts beating up the "Autism" amiibo...
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