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Mar 30 2014

Open Thread

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Compliments of Red State.



  • Bill T

    Obama Claims He’d Be Treated Better In Europe, Whines About “Names I’m Called” In America
    http://www.westernjournalism.com/obama-claims-hed-treated-better-europe-whines-names-im-called-america/#0XHre5hohjvCoWU6.01

  • Bill T

    Obama Claims He’d Be Treated Better In Europe, Whines About “Names I’m Called” In America
    http://www.westernjournalism.com/obama-claims-hed-treated-better-europe-whines-names-im-called-america/#0XHre5hohjvCoWU6.01

  • Henry

    Don’t forget: Head Shot.

  • Henry

    Don’t forget: Head Shot.

  • Henry

    What a whiny little pussy bitch. Also, he’s a stuttering retard. Clueless without TOTUS.

  • Henry

    What a whiny little pussy bitch. Also, he’s a stuttering retard. Clueless without TOTUS.

  • Just Say No-ah to Aranofsky’s “Noah”

    Dark, dreary, dismal.

    Those words not only aptly describe the newly-released,
    super-hyped blockbuster “Noah” but also the psyche of its primary
    writer-director, Darren Aronofsky. As for the film, add dumb, dull, and
    depressing as well. I’d give it three stars, one for the special effects, one
    for Jennifer Connolly, and one for Emma Watson. Otherwise, “Noah” gets zero
    stars; okay, to be generous, half a star.

    A skilled and much-heralded director, Aronofsky drops the ball with
    “Noah,” especially with the depiction of the massive, ridiculous-looking
    Watchers. The rocky Watchers do add a certain, unintended comic touch that
    would appeal to my seven year old grandson but he can’t see the movie anyway
    because it’s rated PG13.

    Aronofsky has enigmatically said his latest effort is ”the least
    biblical biblical film ever made” yet he believes every part of the story fits
    the biblical narrative.

    Umm, not quite.

    The narrative relates to the story in “Genesis”
    involving Methuselah’s grandson, Noah or Noach, who is told by a vengeful God to
    build an ark so that he and his family will survive the flood that God was
    planning to punish the rest of evil humankind but the director takes a great
    deal of creative license from that point.

    With the convenient assistance of the powerful Watchers, Noah does as
    instructed, builds a nice, big ark, loads it with two of every living creature
    on Earth, floats off into a raging storm, and ultimately saves the world even if
    he’s very unhappy about his accomplishment.

    What’s most curious about God in Aronofsky’s film is that God gets no
    mention in it.

    “The Creator” gets frequent references but not God. That omission
    may reflect the Jewish-born director’s atheism but still doesn’t account for the
    existence of a “Creator” who must be someone other than the Deity. But who? If
    “Noah” is in fact “the least biblical biblical film ever made,” just who or what
    is that mysterious “Creator”?

    If God didn’t save mankind, then why didn’t Aronofsky just title his
    flick, “A Crazy Guy Builds A Big Boat”?

    And, Russell Crowe’s rendition of the protagonist is indeed nuts.
    However, I won’t spoil it for those who still want to see “Noah.” I also
    won’t spell out the blatant, liberal-leftist propagandizing in the film
    particularly the heavy-handed environmentalist bullsh*t since those have already
    been vehemently articulated.

    I would cite another particularly unsurprising omission, though: the
    curse of Ham, not the cold cut variety.

    Ham, Noah’s second son begat when Noah was over 500 years old, has a
    confrontation with his father and storms off to parts unknown. . .
    (Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=36536.)

  • Just Say No-ah to Aranofsky’s “Noah”

    Dark, dreary, dismal.

    Those words not only aptly describe the newly-released,
    super-hyped blockbuster “Noah” but also the psyche of its primary
    writer-director, Darren Aronofsky. As for the film, add dumb, dull, and
    depressing as well. I’d give it three stars, one for the special effects, one
    for Jennifer Connolly, and one for Emma Watson. Otherwise, “Noah” gets zero
    stars; okay, to be generous, half a star.

    A skilled and much-heralded director, Aronofsky drops the ball with
    “Noah,” especially with the depiction of the massive, ridiculous-looking
    Watchers. The rocky Watchers do add a certain, unintended comic touch that
    would appeal to my seven year old grandson but he can’t see the movie anyway
    because it’s rated PG13.

    Aronofsky has enigmatically said his latest effort is ”the least
    biblical biblical film ever made” yet he believes every part of the story fits
    the biblical narrative.

    Umm, not quite.

    The narrative relates to the story in “Genesis”
    involving Methuselah’s grandson, Noah or Noach, who is told by a vengeful God to
    build an ark so that he and his family will survive the flood that God was
    planning to punish the rest of evil humankind but the director takes a great
    deal of creative license from that point.

    With the convenient assistance of the powerful Watchers, Noah does as
    instructed, builds a nice, big ark, loads it with two of every living creature
    on Earth, floats off into a raging storm, and ultimately saves the world even if
    he’s very unhappy about his accomplishment.

    What’s most curious about God in Aronofsky’s film is that God gets no
    mention in it.

    “The Creator” gets frequent references but not God. That omission
    may reflect the Jewish-born director’s atheism but still doesn’t account for the
    existence of a “Creator” who must be someone other than the Deity. But who? If
    “Noah” is in fact “the least biblical biblical film ever made,” just who or what
    is that mysterious “Creator”?

    If God didn’t save mankind, then why didn’t Aronofsky just title his
    flick, “A Crazy Guy Builds A Big Boat”?

    And, Russell Crowe’s rendition of the protagonist is indeed nuts.
    However, I won’t spoil it for those who still want to see “Noah.” I also
    won’t spell out the blatant, liberal-leftist propagandizing in the film
    particularly the heavy-handed environmentalist bullsh*t since those have already
    been vehemently articulated.

    I would cite another particularly unsurprising omission, though: the
    curse of Ham, not the cold cut variety.

    Ham, Noah’s second son begat when Noah was over 500 years old, has a
    confrontation with his father and storms off to parts unknown. . .
    (Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=36536.)

  • TED

    Censorship

  • TED

    Censorship

  • TED

    Liberal hero’s…they ARE the criminals.

  • TED

    Liberal hero’s…they ARE the criminals.

  • TED

    BOSSY

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  • DJ
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  • hiram

    It’ll be interesting to see how the courts here spin this so they can dismiss it…

    http://www.ijreview.com/2014/03/125208-students-sue-state-california-giving-lousy-education/

  • hiram

    It’ll be interesting to see how the courts here spin this so they can dismiss it…

    http://www.ijreview.com/2014/03/125208-students-sue-state-california-giving-lousy-education/

  • Bill T

    Under the radar?
    OBAMA’S EPA RAIDED ANOTHER AMMO COMPANY ALLEGING “ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS”
    http://patriotsbillboard.org/obamas-epa-raided-another-ammo-company-alleging-environmental-violations/

    FBI raids USA Brass in Bozeman
    http://www.nbcmontana.com/news/fbi-raids-bozeman-based-usa-brass/25195168

  • Bill T

    Under the radar?
    OBAMA’S EPA RAIDED ANOTHER AMMO COMPANY ALLEGING “ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLATIONS”
    http://patriotsbillboard.org/obamas-epa-raided-another-ammo-company-alleging-environmental-violations/

    FBI raids USA Brass in Bozeman
    http://www.nbcmontana.com/news/fbi-raids-bozeman-based-usa-brass/25195168

  • Jack Shaw

    Great picture. I would guess that 35 % of the population is don’t care, don’t know, uninformed Zombies.

  • Jack Shaw

    Great picture. I would guess that 35 % of the population is don’t care, don’t know, uninformed Zombies.

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