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yogarfield - 2015-11-13


yogarfield - 2015-11-13

chris really is the slow jazz of humanity.

Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2015-11-13

An interesting phrase, but maybe you mean smooth jazz? I like slow jazz. None of that dissonant shit for me, thanks.

yogarfield - 2015-11-13

I was very high, but I stand by my words.

Old_Zircon - 2015-11-15

I'm going to go with the original definition of jazz and interpret that to mean "leisurely humpin'."

misterbuns - 2015-11-15

I feel you, Y.

I can just put on some C-Dubs and just kick back and let the waves of confused frustration wash over me like coltrane.

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.

EvilHomer - 2015-11-13

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.

EvilHomer - 2015-11-13

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.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/247000741/custom-post-2011-christ ine-weston

Cena_mark - 2015-11-13

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.

EvilHomer - 2015-11-13

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".

Related links:
http://www.colesmithey.com/capsules/2010/06/toy-story-3.html http://newsfeed.time.com/2010/06/19/can-147-critics-be-wrong-m eet-the-two-pundits-who-trashed-toy-story-3/

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.

yogarfield - 2015-11-13


Cena_mark - 2015-11-13

Homer, he gave it a bad review not based on the film's content, just for the fact that it was rated G and he felt it was too scary for that rating. That's not Pixar's fault, that's the MPAA's fault. Don't give Pixar a shit review for that, write a letter to the MPAA. Joe Cole, had to make a statement, had to be different for the sake of being different.
I can't believe you stick up for that jerk. This is a man who ignore's his mother and half sister. He didn't even invite them to the wedding.

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_.

Nikon - 2015-11-13

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.

infinite zest - 2015-11-13

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..

EvilHomer - 2015-11-13

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.

Cena_mark - 2015-11-13

I hope not. They've tortured him enough.

Gill_Sans - 2015-11-14

I'm not sure Sega has the money for one lawyer these days, let alone an army. Really, if our true and honest friend CWC could ever figure out a way to properly monetize his traumatic life experiences he could probably buy one of Sega's less popular IPs.

Zaxxonchu, maybe?

dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-11-13

Oh man, the part where he starts beating up the "Autism" amiibo...

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