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/dev/random / Re: The Man Thread
« on: September 01, 2019, 04:46:04 AM »
STILL looking at that twitter over an hour later. :lolsign:

This is fucking glorious. She pukes EVERYWHERE! :dohdohdoh:


https://twitter.com/BestFights30/status/1164191352525135872

This'n too.


https://twitter.com/BestFights30/status/1163482380360998913

Best arrest ever.


https://twitter.com/BestFights30/status/1162031192100593664

BITCH. Lol. He say that with AUTHORITY.


https://twitter.com/BestFights30/status/1160299660772352001

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/dev/random / Re: The Man Thread
« on: September 01, 2019, 03:12:17 AM »
You never hit a woman (or anyone else) when people are filming you, even if it's clearly reasonable to defend yourself in that situation. The law may say you're fine, but public opinion will still crucify you for hitting a lady. You'll be "that guy" for the rest of your life. So, good for him, he made a wise decision.

I'da just slung her ass over the ledge of the building. 10th story? Oh well.

What a great twitter page.

This one had me crying tears of joy at the end. :D


https://twitter.com/BestFights30/status/1167140205842898945

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: September 01, 2019, 02:14:03 AM »
FL St. & Tenn were out-played and that is what was really bad, they were not fluke defeats.

Definitely. Florida State's defense virtually quit in the 4th quarter. Reminded me of Georgia from years past where they'd look great in the first half, and by the time the 4th quarter hit, the defense players were playing like they were dead tired and just wanted to go home and didn't give a shit.

But Georgia's training facilities and equipment have gotten some SERIOUS facelifts and upgrades in recent years, and it seems like Kirby Smart is way harder on his players about conditioning than Mark Richt ever was. Seems like many schools are finally updating their shit though, even the ones who aren't doing so well. Makes me wonder if they have new accountability rules for the schools with the money they're making from football. They aren't paying the players anything at all, so there's no excuse for them NOT to have enough money to offer the latest advancements in training equipment and sports medicine.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: August 31, 2019, 04:18:59 PM »
Yeah, I was kinda bummed to see Boise State win. Those ESPN idiots kept highlighting the fact that Boise State has beaten so many bigger names... more than 5 years ago, which means DICK since nobody who played back then is still around. Clearly it was a game of conditioning. All the FSU defense players looked tired and winded before the end of the 3rd.

AN UNDEFEATED NORTH CAROLINA TARHEELS. How many times has anyone been able to say that in a long time? Enjoy it while it lasts. I have no fucking idea how North Carolina managed to retain the lead at the end there. Some fucking HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOrrible play calls late in the 4th. That play on 3rd and 5 that would've taken the clock to 0's had they made the 1st... A terrible play in that situation. They need to watch what folks in the SEC do in that situation, because usually they're calling slot receiver or RB to take a shallow out route with the WR rubbing/blocking for them.  Then they take a fuckin' knee on 4th DOWN!?!?!?! PUT DOWN THE CRACK PIPE, SIR! And the guys announcing were like, "Surely that's a miscommunication." But it looked to me like the coach was just a-ok with it, so clearly he made a conscious decision to call that. :ohlord: If there was a way for it to happen... the NC players should've won the game, but their coach should've somehow someway lost. I mean WTF dude.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: August 31, 2019, 11:42:54 AM »
Perverted curiosity has me watching mostly the Ohio St vs Florida Atlantic game (ain't really any shit WORTH watching on until after 3pm EST).

Looks like Georgia's #1 QB recruit Justin Fields,... who pretty much SUCKED and ended up being Jake Fromm's backup and the designated QB run play guy... got pissed that his talent wasn't being utilized to it's full potential at Georgia (la-dee-fuckin'-da), and he packed his shit and moved to Ohio State.

The guys covering the game are creaming their panties over how great he's doing. They had 4 TD's after 8 mins of the 1st quarter alone, which, yeah, that's pretty good... until... you consider their opposition. I swear, FAU is F-O-U-L. They suck-diddly-uck. It's like the fuckin' three stooges had 22 kids and they turned them into a football team. All the highlights they've shown of Fields throwing TD passes, his receiver is WAAAAAAAAY wide open. And they still talk like it was an impressive pass. NAH, STUPIDS! PAY ATTENTION! Those kinds of passes were the ONLY passes he seemed capable of completing when QBing at Georgia.

So Ohio State's gonna win today. But mark my words, they're gonna have the worst season they've had in the last 10 years, guaranteed. There's a reason Kirby Smart chose Fromm over Fields.

It's like... if you're making a movie and you cast Denzel Washington to star in it, but Denzel quits... so you hire Eric Roberts to replace him. He's an ..."actor". People ..."know" his name. Good luck explaining your box office revenues to the investors (obviously a metaphor for the athletic director). :D

Speaking of Eric Roberts... I watched an old movie with him and Jon Voight and Rebecca Demornay for the first time the other week. It was called Runaway Train (1985). I figured I kinda liked Jon Voight in some other movies, I've seen Eric Roberts in things I didn't completely hate, I'll give it a whirl, and even if it sucks, hey, it's something different at least. MY - GOD. That was the most horrible piece of crap I've ever seen. No wonder people shit on Eric Roberts. He fucking RUINED that movie all by himself. How he got any work after that trainwreck (figuratively and literally... cuz the train wrecks in the movie... how fuckin' poetic... life imitating art imitating life, ...or some shit, weeeeeeeeeee)  is a miracle I can't explain or understand.

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/dev/random / Re: The Strange and Interesting Thread
« on: August 31, 2019, 06:15:59 AM »
EAT THE SPLEEN! Get your Tasty T while supplies last! :-)

Nice! Hmmm... Do it come in 3X?

(carillon video)


"So do these things chime on the hou-" BRRRAAAAANNNNNNGGGG!!!! :D :lolsign:

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Politics / Re: Current Politics & History Only Thread
« on: August 31, 2019, 06:07:08 AM »


(Bonus: On the original video being critiqued here, they say "we want to start a conversation". Their comment section is disabled.)

That = Funny.  :lolsign:

His comment at the beginning about "Women are funny. The women on Saturday Night Live are funny." WHOA, HORSIE, WHOA. Uhkay, you just lost credibility with me... but, continue please. Women are funny, sure. But not the ones on SNL. I haven't even seen SNL lately, but I still will arrogantly assert with all the confidence of someone who knows it to be fact that the women on SNL are NOT funny... simply because NOTHING on SNL is ever funny anymore. If they ever got cancelled... that would be first "funny" thing to happen on SNL in a LOOOOOOOONG damn time.

#2... His Kangaroo is wearing a shirt with William "Bill the Butcher" Poole wrapped in an American Flag. That guy used to VIOLENTLY suppress the voting rights of the Irish and catholics. Not exactly a good symbol to proudly display in order to show people that you're "rational" about politics... but, continue please.

#3... "That is Fred Armasin, a very talented guy..." (*SHOOTS THE FUCKING HORSE IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD RATHER THAN BOTHERING TO HOLLER WHOA*) Again... not funny, and by calling him talented, I assume he means Portlandia is funny, and it fucking isn't. It's lame, it's stupid, but... continue please.

His main point about the ads having NO plan of action for this "crisis", yeah, obviously that's true. Somewhere there's someone or a commission of someones who have the bright idea that FORCED diversity for the sake of diversity in and of itself with no other considerations is NOT a bad plan of action. This conspiracy seems to be successfully indoctrinating people too.

This is why some of us have been TERRIFIED by the statistics stating that the US is one of the top 3 richest countries in the world and yet we rank somewhere between 35 and 45 in education (I dunno the current stat, it might have gone DOWN even MORE since the last time I saw it). And yet other stats suggest that more people than ever are attending colleges... which bodes well for the colleges bank accounts... and yet they apparently offer substandard educations to all the extra people enrolled in them. Maybe because they're too busy drilling these ideas into them that suggest people should ignore the attribute of "merit" in any judgement they make. ::)

And his comments about women doing work around the house... I disagree. It's not entirely what a woman CHOOSES to do. It could be said it's what a woman TOLERATES out of her spouse, perhaps. Think about our parents. My dad doesn't do shit around the house for the most part. He doesn't do laundry EVER. He NEVER does dishes. He doesn't vacuum. He doesn't mop. He doesn't cook. He changes light bulbs, he takes out trash, he squashes bugs, it's your typical baby-boomer generation family dynamic. Is that wrong? Maybe, sure. Mom don't work, so she don't complain about doing housework. But when she DID work, she still did all that shit.

If you ask me, that kinda attitude SHOULD change. Maybe I DO pay the mortgage and the property taxes and the utilities, but both of us live here, don't we? Its "OUR" dwelling. Why is any job to do around here somehow not MY job too?

Mowing the lawn though... Nah, that's MY job. Not because I don't think a woman can mow the grass. It's just that I don't want her tearing up my precious John Deere mower running it through ditches at full speed and breaking the axles like my idiot neighbor did to his a couple years back, lol.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: August 30, 2019, 12:20:57 PM »
Not knowing anything about the current coach at Georgia Tech, haven't even googled him yet, don't know his name, don't know jack shit about him... but from what you describe, I'm gonna postulate a guess that he was an assistant coach under Paul Johnson they promoted, and he's been baptized and brainwashed in the run option cult. ::)

Let's be real. Paul Johnson and Mark Richt both probably didn't WANT to retire. They were "persuaded" to by their institutions respective athletic directors. And they replace the motherfucker with a carbon copy of him expecting a different result. AIn't that the definition of crazy?

I don't even give a shit enough at this point to go google it NOW and see if I'm right, lol.

They had a fucking golden opportunity there, playing a #1 Clemson at the start of the season. Had they changed up the program and went back to modern football tactics, they might've caught Clemson off guard and... probably still lost, but... maybe won.

Speaking of googling... Wanna see something funny? Go to google. Type in Gus Malzahn. See the first/main picture it shows of him on the right side of the page. A badly 'shopped pic of him with a dumb look on his face reading the "Idiots Guide to Coaching", lol. :D

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: August 30, 2019, 10:17:42 AM »
So last night the dork on the news was talking about the upcoming Georgia Tech vs #1 Clemson game Thurs night. I remembered that GT's coach "retired" last season and thought, "Hmm, maybe I'll watch to see if the new guy actually passes the ball."

Opening weekend of football, I have the god damn Dish 500 package I've always had, which has EVERYTHING except premium channels and the extra special sports packages like NHL Center Ice or NFL RedZone, etc. You'd THINK the game with the #1 team in the country would be on somewhere. Yeah, it is, it's on ACC Network. Which happens to be the fuckin' ONE channel I DON'T have.

I look on there a few minutes ago looking to find the college football game schedule channel where they scroll through all the games, times, and channels. Adjacent to the damn college football schedule channel... is the MOTHERFUCKING ACC NETWORK NOW! Pretty fucking sure I didn't have it last night. Today, I do.

Dunno if anyone else is in this boat, but I'm also not getting my local channel 46 CBS affiliate because of contract dispute bullshit with Dish Network. Also not getting fucking Braves games anymore. Dish keeps talking shit about all these people they sign contracts with getting greedy and they're fighting for better prices for their customers... *eye roll*... but if that were the case, how come I'm paying as much as the fuckers with other satellite providers?

FUCK THIS SHIT LETS RIOT.

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Jokes / Re: Funny Pictures
« on: August 30, 2019, 01:34:12 AM »

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: August 30, 2019, 01:13:41 AM »
Saw this at the Dillards in Tuscaloosa. Roll tide.


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/dev/random / Re: why is better to live in Europe
« on: August 29, 2019, 12:38:43 AM »
I like the blue one.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: August 29, 2019, 12:35:12 AM »
LOL, he's out of his fucking mind if he thinks Notre Dame is gonna beat Georgia. Technically, anything's possible, but... Nah. They're playing IN Athens. If they were playing in South Bend, maybe. Georgia's gonna be even better this year. Notre Dame's biggest problem in my opinion is COACHING anyway. He's their weakest link. He doesn't have the balls to call the plays that'll put Notre Dame in a position to beat Georgia.

"...overrated SEC team..."

CRACKA, PLEASE! Besides THEM (who are actually consistently overrated), they're in one of the weakest conferences in football. Army, BYU, New Mexico State, UMass, Liberty, nobody wants to play them because beating them means very little. EVERYBODY wants to play against the SEC, because beating them is an accomplishment that means more. Notre Dame gets ranked so high for two reasons in my opinion, and both of them are stupid reasons to do so. #1, they look like Jesus Christ resurrected compared to the rest of their terrible conference members. #2, the retards they're polling have a hard-on for the movie Rudy. And I honestly think #2 plays a bigger factor, because those getting polled and deciding these rankings aren't taking their ballots serious enough to pay attention to ALL the games taking place in the current season.

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/dev/random / Re: The Official 2019-2020 Season Football Thread
« on: August 28, 2019, 08:37:01 AM »
Nonononononononono. Don't. Take it from someone who's lost enough.  :-[

When you don't need the money and it's all in fun, you'll win. When your backs to the wall and you MUST win, you won't.

What'll happen is you'll lose once, double up, lose again, double up, lose again... then you'll freak out and get furious that your luck could be so shitty, and you'll keep doubling up, and you'll keep digging the hole deeper. The losing streak hits everyone eventually, but it especially seeks out people who MUST win, and it takes great joy in fucking them up the ass until they've maxed out their credit cards, pawned their car titles, and sold their kidneys to chinese gangsters. That's a little extreme, yes, but that's just how sadistic the losing streak is. It'll go as far as you let it. It's not really the one fucking you up the ass, it's just standing there with it's dick out, and every time you place another bet, you're the one backing up and fucking your own ass with it's big veiny dick.

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Politics / Re: Current Politics & History Only Thread
« on: August 28, 2019, 12:28:43 AM »
I used to be a big fan of Ayn Rand and her hard nosed objectivist/capitalist philosophy, and in and of itself, it's still terrific. But in present practice, American capitalism is a corrupt spiraling black hole that I anticipate will swallow everything and not be sustainable indefinitely. Manufacturing is where it's at. And American business just doesn't have the balls to do it anymore. They've figured out that they can screw the foreign workers a lot harder than they can screw the American workers, and they're never gonna go back (and thus lose profit they were making before) now that they've made the switch, that's not how business works. It's akin to attempting to get everyone to go back to listening to music on cassettes again. Not gonna happen, not ever, not after digital downloads where you can store 50,000 albums on a single thumb drive the size of a pack of Juicy Fruit.

If it's true that oppressive dictatorship is the natural result of communist philosophy applied to government, then it's probably also true what the commies say about us: that corruption is the natural result of capitalism. They ain't entirely wrong, are they?

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