Does this have anything to do with the movie 'Pi'?
Wait, a movie called "Life of Pi" has nothing to do with math? Fuck that.
I thought the trailer looked really good.
I've used the word 'fag' here before, sparingly. But it's really a matter of CONTEXT. If you're referring to someone who's just being a belligerent douchnozzle, then the word might be called for. But if you're using it as a hateful slur against Gay people, then that makes you a homophobic shithead.
The word has developed multiple meanings over the years. Now-a-days, fag simply means you're a jerk. However, if the Merc. decides to pull all comments with the word - context not withstanding - in the interests of fairness, i'd totally understand. Bottom line: think carefully about what you type before hitting "post comment".
Thanks, disastronaut. I'll have to rip them both off Pirate Bay.
They did bring the Russell Edgington character back and that's all I'm going to say, lest I ruin it.
Denis O'Hare was also in the first season of American Horror Story.
Did anybody watch True Blood over the Summer? I missed it. I understand that they were going to bring back Russell Edgington. Denis O'Hare plays the shit out of that role.
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Hell, I'd even be so sacrilege, as to go with just one, good, replica and have installed a set of Sperzel,locking mini tuners.
Comment pulled: off topic.
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I will go see this. Walken is top notch. Interesting point about the strings going out of tune. I realize how finicky musicians can be, and how no two instruments either sound or play alike. The differences can affect how accurately the musician can produce the desired effects. A Stradivarius is extremely rare and exorbitantly expensive. Even if a player could afford to own a pair of them, there still would be differences that could unconsciously create confusion that would lead to inconsistent playing by alternating instruments. The secret of Stradivarius is now out, and excellent quality fiddles are now available at relatively affordable prices. Personally, if I had the gig, I'd just have a couple of cheap knock offs, so that when one went out of tune, I could simply grab the other.
I know what you mean, Erik. There has been an article floating around the Internet for a long time by a self-described “gay left-wing man” named Johann Hari, a columnist for the London Independent. The article is titled “The Strange, Strange Story of the Gay Fascists,” and you can read it for yourself at the vehemently pro-”gay” Huffington Post website.
The strange, strange story of 'gay fascism' deniers
Holy shit, who the fuck are you creeps who still think there's a gay "agenda"? Jesus christ. Also, this sort of thing is why we're pulling your asinine comments.
Film making by committee. Propaganda in support of the War on Terror as justification for the erosion of civil liberties, with the agenda of promoting homosexuals as benevolent dicktasters.
I luv Evan James.
The fear, as with any epic, is that they might make a future movie (or several) about a minor character named Bilbo.
I have not seen Lincoln ( or "Lincoln!" as one wag would have it). I may not, since it is nip and tuck whether my fondness for Daniel Day-Lewis and all his works is outweighed by my distaste for (especially latter-day) Spielberg. In any event, even not having seen it, I somehow believe that your review probably pretty much nails it:
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