Discussion in 'Community' started by harpua, Jan 29, 2014.
So God's Not Dead is becoming a huge hit. STOP SEEING THIS MOVIE GUYS
i can't stop. i've been at every showing. send help.
I'd only see it if there's a sizeable cash reward once the credits stop. No chance of that, huh?
i have no regrets
Not even from the hangover?
not really. i dont get hangovers in the traditional sense. i just feel really tired and maybe a bit shakey the next day, no nausea or headaches
Good to know that's not a hangover.
Did you guys do a drinking game to it? If so, can you tell me the rules in case I go see it?
I didn't go with Rogue #10. And I really don't drink that much. Alcohol and I have never had a good, working relationship. :-(
a drinking "game" was unnecessary
ive always thought that most people's hangovers involve headaches/light-sensitivity and/or nausea. i never have any of the above
A guy I know from church asked me if I wanted to go see it. I said, "whatever." I mean, I figured that I'd get a few laughs anyway. Then he said, "Ah, it's probably gonna suck." And I said, "Yeah, definitely." So, we watched the Shawshank Redemption instead. #noregrets
The only thing I know about the Shawshank Redemption is there were some prisoners in the jail down the road from my place who attempted an escape similar to that movie.
I meant Prenn since they both went.
and that prisoner's name was thaddeaus beezel
My hangovers usually involve increased feelings of tiredness, irritability and thirst. No nausea thankfully.
Right, so if each position deserves a defence in its own right, why are you confining your attack to your own poor and limited research?
Just your eternal salvation, but yeah no cash. Unless you count the spare change stuck to the floor.
No really, I want more than loose change.
But as for the first part of your reply, I honestly don't know what to say except
I'll go if I can get drunk and MST it.
I live in the Bible Belt so I'd probably get thrown out within ten minutes.
I realize your point with this quip was to convey that you know more about Hitchens than me. I won't contest that. However, you will have to refigure it if you want it to actually be a coherent remark. I have never said I disagreed with every single thing that Hitchens has ever said. I have particular issues with specific comments made by the man. Those are all the comments that I am therefore objecting to and explaining my objection about. I'm not sure what else would even be possible to do. I can't very well talk about things as being problematic if I don't in fact see them as such.
I also realize that sometimes ambiguous or incomplete quotations can be misunderstood. However, his last remarks were whole and direct. Do you have some problem with how I interpreted his presentation of the Iraq war during the selection I quoted? If so what was it? I'd be quite happy to be found in error but I would appreciate knowing what that error was.
This must be why the thread title has three dots.
Now that is a TAG.
It's not a complex enough tag to be Senate-worthy. I demand that the tag be renamed "insouciance" or "lassitude."
And I demand it be named "A/Theism: Serious Business."