DZ-015

Comments from DZ-015

Apologies to southernbitch.
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
It's a Mad Mad Mad Cow World
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
The Bicycle Beef
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
Slaughterhouse Five
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
Judgement at Mooremberg
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
Frankenholstein
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
Fellini Satyricown
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
David Holstein's Diary
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
Butcher Cassidy and the Sundance Calf
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
Adam's Short Rib
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
No Kobe for Old Men
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
Creamer vs Creamer
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November 4, 2009 on Best New Party Game 11
I think you are probably right about Gabe recently reading the new Klosterman book. Everyone should read it, for Klosterman is awesome. These guys are just envious that you put the pieces together. Like how Gabe tried to act like Keanu Reeves isn't immortal because he was ashamed of missing what has been staring us all in the face this whole time.
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November 3, 2009 on The Weezer Snuggie Would Have Been A Lot Funnier A Year Ago
If, with this post, Gabe is out of date by Rolling Stone standards, then the rules of irony dictate that The Weezers are actually the cutting edge of music and marketing.
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November 3, 2009 on The Weezer Snuggie Would Have Been A Lot Funnier A Year Ago
Garfield was voiced on television by well known voice actor Lorenzo Music, who is also known from the animated series "The Real Ghostbuster" as the voice of Peter Venkman, a role originated by Bill Murray, who later went on to become the voice of Garfield. The Circle of Life.
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November 3, 2009 on Owen Wilson To Play Marmaduke For Some Reason
"Teacher, you forgot to take up the homework!" -ClownCoffee
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October 28, 2009 on Best New Party Game 10
"Thanks, Alex; it's good to be back. There is one thing that's been bothering me. Remember that shit eating grin you gave me near the end of Double Jeopardy last time? When I missed the "Secret Societies" Daily Double? Now that you don't have the answers in front of you, 'He was the fourth Grand Master of the Knights Templar." Answer in the form of a question, asshole."
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October 28, 2009 on Best New Party Game 10.5
"Alex, I engineered my appearance here today to ask you why you abandoned me and Mother to die in the icy tundra so many years ago. Well, Father?"
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October 28, 2009 on Best New Party Game 10.5
"As you know, there is a long tradition of painting with menstrual blood, but I was the first to pioneer its use in public murals."
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October 28, 2009 on Best New Party Game 10.5
"My dream has always been to be the first openly lesbian black Nazi to win the Tournament of Champions."
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October 28, 2009 on Best New Party Game 10.5
"Alex, as a longtime supporter of Locks of Love, I felt there needed to be an equivalent that provides merkins..."
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October 28, 2009 on Best New Party Game 10.5
Finally, a show that can appeal to a broad-based demographic of hipsters from both New York AND Los Angeles.
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October 8, 2009 on Ellen Page Is The David Simon Of Painfully Cool Hipsters
And please in no way should this be interpreted as a defense of the performance. Just because I'm not necessarily attributing it to racism does not mean I support it. I could never support anything so painfully unfunny.
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October 8, 2009 on Harry Connick Jr. + Australian Blackface = Eracism
Apologies for the typos. I'm using my phone which automatically completes some words and doesn't always get them right. Also, I accidentally upvoted myself when trying to hit reply, so please reduce my comment's perceived approval by one.
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October 8, 2009 on Harry Connick Jr. + Australian Blackface = Eracism
I think it might be gentle comedy all in good fun. Considering that minstrel shows, the dominate form which Americans associate with blackface, were primarily meant to ridicule black people in general and were a singularly American entertainment genre, it is natural that we are prone to interpret any use of blackface as offensive and insulting. It strikes me that in other cultures, even those as similar to ours as Australia, with it's own racial issues, the use of blackface could be seen as merely a form of costume. Especially in the context of a specific parody of a known entertainment property like the Jackson Five. Certainly a part of the parody is racial, and it is indelicate to be sure, but to a less racially sensitive audience, there is no reason to assume it is more inherently offensive than any other broad stereotype-based comedy, including those we would be less likely to be outraged by. Just thinking out loud here.
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October 8, 2009 on Harry Connick Jr. + Australian Blackface = Eracism
My diamond shoes fit perfectly. Really, why would even bother with diamond shoes unless I had a decent cobbler? Also, I'll bet The View and Judge Judy are really going to eat into that fellow's rat killing schedule.
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October 1, 2009 on It’s Official, Everyone’s Diamond Shoes Are Too Tight
Talk about burying the lead, Gabe. JT and Biel are broken up?
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October 1, 2009 on Hold On A Second
I have no problem imagining that conversation happening in Lexington, KY. It really wasn't that impressive of a conversation. I don't mean to pick on you, but perhaps your experience is too limited.
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September 30, 2009 on What Should Jessica Alba’s Awkward Meet The Fockers Name Be?