inb4 some delusional dipshit at Disney tries to hire you.
inb4 some delusional dipshit at Disney tries to hire you.
"Mwhahahahaha! Stark, I have your girlfriend. I'm going to inject her with Extremis, which might kill her, but if it doesn't it will grant her superpowers that she will undoubtedly then use to escape ... uh ... wait a minute ... I didn't think this through very well ... "
Why doesn't anyone ever point this out in this mess of a film? Really bugged the shit out of me.
If the problem was simply not enough conservative women saying what they think on Youtube and social media then there wouldn't be a problem in the first place.
Enjoy your future ban.
You are right about women helping men to be better though. A good woman uses her "girl powers", (like innate understanding of psychology), to push a man in the right direction. A bad woman uses those same powers for selfish ends and to sew discord and chaos.
Feminists are obviously the latter who, while pointing out the worst male tendencies and tarring them all with the same brush, act on the worst of female tendencies and blame men for the results. Then if you point out the pitfalls for women, or the fact that they have different good and bad tendencies, (as historically been noticed and traditionally warned against - the biblical being only one example), they reject it as "sexist". Notice the Bible also tells men what their worst tendencies are.
Women think it's unfair that men get to sleep around without consequence because women are attracted to playboys on some instinctual level - at least statistically more than men are interested in whores, (and at least when it comes to anything long-term).
It's their own bias in their own heads, not anything to do with a lack of 'rights'. I don't have to want a whore to be the mother of my children, and Feminists can't guilt me into thinking I should either.
Also I never had so much attention from women as I did after I got married and then I was disgusted, insulted, and angered by them making a play for me knowing I was spoken for, and often knowing my wife personally. They wanted what she had, but sure as fuck didn't deserve it. As if I'd even risk letting some selfish little tart ruin what we had even by mere appearances - they might as well walk up and slap my wife across the face in front of me and see what response they got. I'd also known some of these women a long time, and thought they were friends - perceptive women who should already know me better than that.
Fucking logic, how does it work?
Fuck this cunt and her retarded name too.
How about this? If we're going to start taking away people's rights for the "greater good", if we get to the point where we stop respecting the idea that people have inalienable individual rights and should start telling them what they can and can't do/say at gunpoint, let's start with fucking Communists.
How about this? If we're going to start taking away people's rights for the "greater good", telling them what they can and can't do/say at gunpoint, let's start with fucking Communists.
The kind of stupid cunt who was probably out licking door knobs - and some other kinds of knobs - and now it's Trump's fault.
Eat shit you old bitch. I sincerely hope you fucking die.
The kind of stupid cunt who was probably out licking doorknobs and now it's Trump's fault.
I found this movie perfunctory, simplistic, aesthetically unpleasant, disappointing, but mostly overrated in a way that really bugged me. Let me explain ...
I'm not saying it's a bad movie per se, and I love Eastwood, Hackman, Freeman, and Harris, but this is simply not Eastwood's, (or any of the cast's), best movie, western, or even performance by a long shot, (maybe you tend to be blown away if you've never seen many better westerns before). I distinctly remember the attitude surrounding this film while it was still in production, and if you read between the lines, this is what was going on:
One day Hollywood woke up and suddenly realised that Clint Eastwood, who had been starring in, directing, and producing enduringly popular movies for decades, had never been given an Academy Award for any of them. Meanwhile, every motherfucker on God's green Earth can quote Dirty Harry's "Make my day" line, but check out the Academy's reaction to those films. Like his spaghetti westerns, and much like sci-fi and other neglected genres back in the day, if they did get any recognition it was from niche organisations. The Academy might scrag a movie made for the unwashed masses with an occasional nomination for effects, sound, or some technical aspect, but they weren't really taken seriously. Back then, as now, they had their own narrow agenda for picking winners.
So, much as Hollywoodfags would look down their noses at "comic book" movies when it came to awards, and how stupid that seems in retrospect today, they obviously had been overlooking Eastwood's work and career for a long time, while the public certainly had not.
In order to address this disconnect, and since 'Unforgiven' was to be Eastwood's last time in the saddle they literally scrambled to give it awards, and would have done so even if Eastwood had turned out total dogshit. He didn't, but it's not a 'classic' in an organic sense like some of his other films.
It's basically like when a college/university suddenly realises that some dropout like Bill Gates has succeeded in life without them. They will trip over themselves to give that person an 'honorary degree', (whatever the fuck that is supposed to mean), in the hopes of getting some of the credit, not looking like the embarrassingly useless irrelevant faggots they are, and generally hope they get some of the reflected shine. "Hey everybody, Bill Gates was one of our students!"
What do you think they thought of him at the time when he dropped out? What were they saying to him then? I don't know why he'd fall for their self-serving bullshit now, (it just seems like a scam that plays on a person's ego).
I found 'Unforgiven' unnecessarily top-heavy with A-list actors, a bit self-indulgent, (in a 'Batman and Robin' kinda way, where you get them just because you can), while at that same time I didn't find the rest of the cast all that amazing.
The story is pretty meh as far as I'm concerned. I'm not a fan of Eastwood's ex, and it's not the best movie, but 'Dirty Harry: Sudden Impact' was a more nuanced "rape revenge" film.
Why the fuck is Metokur such a Twitterfag in the first place, when he damn well knows what a shitarse platform it is? And we know that because he made a video about Twitter throttling a long time ago. Time he just got a fucking clue and got off it - it's a waste of fucking time.
Instead of standing their lecturing people you don't even fucking know, with personal situations you can never even fathom, get educated and listen to this you moralising little puke:
The solution is not to stand on your fucking soapbox and demand everyone act a particular "selfless" way like a filthy Commie, but to cast off socialist horseshit so economics and free people can do what they do best.
Calling people "greedy"? You fucking disgust me! Virtue signalling isn't just for Leftists is it? Idiot.
Instead of standing their lecturing people you don't even fucking know, with situations you can never know, get educated and listen to this you moralising little puke:
The solution is not to stand on your fucking soapbox and demand everyone act a particular "selfless" way like a filthy Commie, but to cast off socialist horseshit so economics can do what it does best.