Video of the day

Re: Video of the day

Postby Fat Tony » Nov 03, 2009 3:28 am

There was a scene in that movie where this character was selling 'souveniers, novelties, and party tricks' - here I found it! :mrgreen:
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Re: Video of the day

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Re: Video of the day

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Re: Video of the day

Postby Canadian_Ambassador » Nov 07, 2009 2:14 pm

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Re: Video of the day

Postby lesterBfearsome » Nov 16, 2009 8:35 pm


Columbus go home! Columbus go home!
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Canadian_Ambassador » Nov 17, 2009 8:58 pm

lesterBfearsome wrote:Columbus go home! Columbus go home!


Haha can you say... owned? :lol:
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Americalex » Nov 17, 2009 9:02 pm

A nice display of socialist fervor, that much is certain! It takes a solid dose of socialist guts to engage in such cowardly activism! I'm sure he'll get his tap in the back, he earned it.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Canadian_Ambassador » Nov 18, 2009 12:03 am

Americalex wrote:A nice display of socialist fervor, that much is certain! It takes a solid dose of socialist guts to engage in such cowardly activism! I'm sure he'll get his tap in the back, he earned it.


Took guts but cowardly? Talk about cognitive dissonance. They got played by their own logic, it doesn't get much better than that.

It's hardly socialism, more like capitalism propped up on the backs of illegal immigrants that causes this. They wouldn't be coming to the US, if there weren't companies offering them jobs and average Americans buying into the cheap products from these companies. It's not 'socialist activists' luring them here. In fact, I'd say they're the least of your problem. I'd be more worried about the companies with billions of dollars and easily able to pay the fines administered to them for hiring illegals.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Americalex » Nov 18, 2009 12:09 am

Being a deceiver has no honor, no ethic or principle. It's not only devoid of courage: it's the embodiment of cowardliness. It requires an ability to sever oneself from one's better judgment. It's similar to a person who "can't be bothered" while masturbating in public: it requires an intense denial of one's ability to think, in order to insist and persist in a course of action despite it's inherently disturbing implications.

Socialists have a core conditioning in remaining mentally children all their lives and as such are equipped with numerous mechanisms to prevent thinking whenever it becomes an obstacle to their continued amusement. They are the best vessels to employ such tactics as deceiving others, because of their general lack of principles, their general absence of moral compass, and because they are conditioned to possess this uncanny ability to suppress their own judgment whenever necessary.

As such most socialists cannot even conceptualize remorse since in their paradigm, actions are rationalized as part of a game, due to their simplistic understanding of reality as a random accumulation of meaningless chaos.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Canadian_Ambassador » Nov 18, 2009 12:54 am

Americalex wrote:Being a deceiver has no honor, no ethic or principle. It's not only devoid of courage: it's the embodiment of cowardliness.


Would this apply to those who went to the ACORN offices posing as a pimp and a prostitute, that Fox News ended up using as proof that the company is corrupt? Seems ok when it's a tactic used by the right.

I'm actually smack dab in the middle of this argument. On one side, I support actions against companies that hire illegals, but I'm not in support of premoting hate against illegal immigrants, which a lot of these activists often do. This guy pointed out that glaring problem and it was brilliant how he used it against them. People would rather take out their hate on illegal immigrants, than homegrown companies that are luring them here. IMO if the government and the people focused all their attentions on the companies, rather than the illegal workers, then illegals wouldn't have anything to go to the US for. These companies should be hit like a ton of bricks for every illegal they hire.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby lesterBfearsome » Nov 18, 2009 6:27 am

it was funny, he got them to chant "Columbus go home!". they got pranked, its no big deal. don't take it personally, laugh along instead.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Americalex » Nov 19, 2009 9:02 pm



LOL
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Re: Video of the day

Postby NJguy » Nov 19, 2009 10:39 pm

One of my favorite comics of all time
It is a haunted Place. The cedars that line the river banks stain the waters with their deep color. Stunted pitch pines stand motionless, their shallow roots anchored precariously in gleaming white sands. Silence reigns. -NJ Pine Barrens
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Re: Video of the day

Postby NJguy » Nov 20, 2009 8:37 am

I love NASA so much. One of America's national treasures.

30 Seconds to Mars. How NASA gets the robots to mars.

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Re: Video of the day

Postby Americalex » Nov 28, 2009 8:24 pm



Incredibly enough, I will make use of this clip for one of the new sections of the website soon.
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Re: Video of the day

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Re: Video of the day

Postby Canadian_Ambassador » Nov 30, 2009 5:57 pm

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Re: Video of the day

Postby joahob » Nov 30, 2009 6:14 pm

NJguy's video reminds me of the opening sequence of Disney's My Favorite Martian.



"five years and $3 trillion well spent" :lol:
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Re: Video of the day

Postby NightShade » Nov 30, 2009 10:26 pm

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Re: Video of the day

Postby lesterBfearsome » Dec 05, 2009 8:50 pm

Shoe thrower dodges shoe
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