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Friday, November 27, 2015

Hipster Thanksgiving



It's funny. But even funnier was Ed Driscoll's comment on Instapundit: "I lasted about 30 seconds before wanting to go full ISIS on these people."

It puts watching The Man in the High Castle in a whole new metacontext. No wonder people have been cheering for the bad guys. What was the point of winning WWII if the consequence was seeing American society degenerate into this sort of absurdity?

"Chris, where's your plate?"

"I find plates to be extremely oppressive."

"That's how I feel about everything!"

"Yeah, I don't need some inanimate disc telling me the alpa and omega of my Earth bounty."

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86 Comments:

Blogger JACIII November 27, 2015 8:11 AM  

There are no presumptuous pricks like east coast yankee pricks. Way too close to reality for comfort.

I could almost swear I know three people in that skit.

Anonymous NorthernHamlet November 27, 2015 8:11 AM  

None of that is a joke. It is real. I've seen it.

Blogger David of One November 27, 2015 8:12 AM  

I'm really concerned about hitting "play" ... it is easy putting stuff into your head but sometimes really hard to get bad stuff out ... pajama boy ... Scaldlipzi in fishnet hose and heels ...

The "Cruelty Artist" has been known to cause great pain to the Ilk. After a while it is hard to believe it is for our own good ... like toughing us up against evil and ugly. Some ugly hurts the mind and threatens the soul.

Blogger VD November 27, 2015 8:16 AM  

None of that is a joke. It is real. I've seen it.

It does make the prospective collapse of society somewhat more palatable, at any rate.

Blogger JACIII November 27, 2015 8:17 AM  

@3 Try this http://www.eyebleach.com/.

It always works for me. Sometimes it takes awhile....

Blogger JACIII November 27, 2015 8:19 AM  

@4 It does make the prospective collapse of society somewhat more palatable, at any rate.

Maybe palatable, but not moustachey.

Blogger Ben Cohen November 27, 2015 8:26 AM  

Come to Manhattan tech firms. There are tons of hipsters here.

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 8:31 AM  

I've met people like that. It's not an exaggeration.

Synchronicity or something: the ad that played before it was for a thing that lets you squat on the toilet instead of sitting, because that's better for you.

OpenID paworldandtimes November 27, 2015 8:34 AM  

Hey, at least those freaks are getting mocked.

A few things that jumped out at me: ugly women, defective men, opposite-language ("that is an ugly jacket" "thanks!"), man in kitchen with apron, the ritualistic photo-taking at the beginning of the meal being suggestive of a prayer, the insipidness of striving for poetic sublimity by people who severed themselves from their tradition ("moustachey", the trumpet/impromptu speech on the balcony clown show.)

PA

Blogger Durandel Almiras November 27, 2015 8:36 AM  

I know the four main guys of that group from my days in NYC. Good people. If I recall correctly, they are from NYU. Two of the actors, Billy and Adam were selected to play Hayek and Keynes in the rap video that viral in 2009. They didn't know who Hayek was but I do know their experience in that vid opened them up to other ideas than the liberal indoc they had received at NYU. Maybe they continued that intellectual journey. Good to see them mocking the "Billyburg" hipsters, who are an insufferable bunch in Brooklyn.

Blogger Phillip George November 27, 2015 8:37 AM  

they're spoilt children. but they're our spoilt children. Not one towel head in sight promising to cut your f......ing head off and meaning it. While they're playing together indoors it's just a sheltered workshop skit.
imbeciles be managed. currently though, they are the government. And that is the difficulty. The sheltered workshop walls are breached and now there's matches and straw and accelerants. that's where the laughter fades

Blogger Durandel Almiras November 27, 2015 8:37 AM  

@Cail - I got the same add. What a bizarre commercial. I watched the whole thing. This is becoming a new style in advertising it seems, especially stuff directed at millenials. I think Dollar Shave Club are the ones that Kickstarter the trend.

Blogger James Sullivan November 27, 2015 8:41 AM  

What Ed Driscoll said. And I can't believe I'm saying that since he's spent the last few months at Instapundit trying to submarine Trump's rising numbers.

Makes me wonder if ISIS is just humanity's natural immune system response to a disease like hipster-ism.

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 8:42 AM  

You should subcontract Putin to set up mandatory manhood school for all 18 year olds in Siberia, y'all.

Blogger Christopher Yost November 27, 2015 8:43 AM  

Keeeeerist!

Grew up in California and I'm currently in Florida. These people are friggin' everywhere.

Fuckers hang out at the Starbucks, with the Greenpeacers, and like to tell everyone how they "don't agree with corporate America and could never bring themselves to work there and end up supporting them".

Then they go buy more coffee.

If I need a pick-me-up I like to argue with 'em about the dolphins, how they're too privileged so I can't support 'em.

Blogger Cataline Sergius November 27, 2015 8:52 AM  


It does make the prospective collapse of society somewhat more palatable, at any rate.


To this end, Zardoz, gave you the gift of the gun. The gun is good.

OpenID denektenorsk November 27, 2015 8:55 AM  

A super funny video. I was laughing out loud and my dog gave me the look we collectively give these people (although he just have been pissed off that I woke him from his nap).

It is the same in Whistler, BC. A bunch of ski-bums from around the world complaining about capitalism... while working in an exclusive resort town literally carved out of the wilderness to cater to their rather 'privileged' pass-time.

I commented on this irony to my progressive coworkers in Vancouver at the time and they were suitably mortified.

Blogger Durandel Almiras November 27, 2015 8:56 AM  

@ Markku - I've been thinking it might be worth it to develope a manhood academy/program that is anti-SJW and anti-Prog. Boy Scouts are toast. Media is poison. No mentorship or community to be found, Education system is against it. So something needs to fill the void of masculine development if we want the next generation to not be a bunch of gelded hipsters.

Anonymous Pope Cleophus I November 27, 2015 8:58 AM  

These people (if you can call them that) took the short bus to life. In fact, the bus was so short they could sit in the back seat and still drive.

Blogger bub November 27, 2015 9:00 AM  

Similar, but funnier:

Adele saves Thanksgiving

Blogger Iowahine November 27, 2015 9:04 AM  

CC: Synchronicity or something: the ad that played before it was for a thing that lets you squat on the toilet instead of sitting, because that's better for you.

Ah, the hallowed squatty potty.

Blogger Student in Blue November 27, 2015 9:05 AM  

@Markku
You should subcontract Putin to set up mandatory manhood school for all 18 year olds in Siberia, y'all.

What, like this?

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 9:18 AM  

I was thinking of something more along these lines

Blogger Daniel November 27, 2015 9:22 AM  

The only thing this dinner is missing is Ron Perlman.

OpenID paworldandtimes November 27, 2015 9:28 AM  

Here is how I envision a mandatory school in Siberia:

LINK

PA

Blogger Daniel November 27, 2015 9:36 AM  

Journey to the End of the Night is basically Invisible Man for white people with less guilt. It is a novel. The guy is a whiny existentialist who dwells in disillusion. It is remarkable to me that it would make anyone's list of minor rebuttals to libertarianism, much less a prime driver.

I can see how it provides some rhetorical, emotional comfort to those who are already disillusioned with ideologoy, but that is about it.

Blogger Wayne November 27, 2015 9:44 AM  

In their own minds these kinds of people think their stance on political and cultural issues make them more interesting. In reality, they are as bland as their diet.

Blogger Cinco November 27, 2015 9:55 AM  

[b]"It does make the prospective collapse of society somewhat more palatable, at any rate."[/b]

Was that an intentional cannibalism joke?

Blogger haus frau November 27, 2015 9:55 AM  

@1 There are no presumptuous pricks like east coast yankee pricks. Way too close to reality for comfort.

I could almost swear I know three people in that skit........

Portland...it's the dream of the 90's.

Anonymous bw November 27, 2015 9:59 AM  

Or dysfunctional style

Trigger warning for Churchians and Cucks.

Blogger James Sullivan November 27, 2015 10:01 AM  

@24

That is a great reference! What a twisted little movie that was.

Blogger Cecil Henry November 27, 2015 10:01 AM  

When you reject God, you must be your own god And every god must be worshiped. Sacrifices are required too.

Envy abounds but denies itself -- a god would never be envious, for that would not be a god!!!

Everyone is 'equal' ONLY because a god can tolerate no superiors-- it will only demand they be destroyed.

'Mirror, mirror on the wall, whose the fairest of them all???'

Better answer correctly or expect a Trigger alert from the SJW's.

Spread over 30 years of PC coercion and this is what you get. Ugly. It must end.

Diversity: Don’t ever be the first to stop applauding

Blogger Sam Lively November 27, 2015 10:08 AM  

The overt cheering for the bad guy trend in pop culture has been going on for awhile.

I think the watershed moment was the Star Wars prequels. With the Jedi exposed as a pussy-footed, bureaucratic, diversity-obsessed hippie-warrior cult, the Force reduced to a yeast infection, and Anakin Skywalker revealed to be the most obnoxious, bowl-cutted child ever plucked from Lifetime movie central casting followed by the whiniest, angstiest mama's boy from the CW's soap opera division, we all gave up on the Republic and started rooting for Palpatine to disband the pathetic Jedi, crush the phony Republic and turn Angstakin into a real man.

Since then we've been treated to blitzkrieg of anti-heroes making a quick march through our corrupted institutions. Walter White going all Neo-Nazi on suburbia, Frank Underwood blackmailing and murdering his way into the White House, zombies eating everyone, etc.

Pajama boys everywhere remain blissfully ignorant of the implications of these trends, mindlessly pumping their fist to every awesome plot twist.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery November 27, 2015 10:19 AM  

With the Jedi exposed as a pussy-footed, bureaucratic, diversity-obsessed hippie-warrior cult, the Force reduced to a yeast infection, and Anakin Skywalker revealed to be the most obnoxious, bowl-cutted child ever plucked from Lifetime movie central casting followed by the whiniest, angstiest mama's boy from the CW's soap opera division, we all gave up on the Republic and started rooting for Palpatine to disband the pathetic Jedi, crush the phony Republic and turn Angstakin into a real man.

Fucking LOL.

I liked the baddies before it was cool though. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

When I saw Star Wars in the pictures as a tiny lad, I wanted to be Darth Vader, and begged my parents for a red lightsabre. Which I then used to strike down my sisters.

The best part in the more recent trilogy was octogenarian Christopher Lee's breakdance/fight with a CGI muppet.

Blogger James Sullivan November 27, 2015 10:24 AM  

"The best part in the more recent trilogy was octogenarian Christopher Lee's breakdance/fight with a CGI muppet."

I think a piece of my soul died that day.

Blogger Harry Spitz November 27, 2015 10:26 AM  

@33 Sam Lively
I have always had the problem of cheering for the villain.
Before the Star Wars fiction was completely jettisoned, it turned out that the Empire was actually preparing the galaxy to fight a massive barbarian invasion by the Yuuzhan Vong.
And, after the 'prequels' it became self-evident that the Empire was an improvment over the Republic.
This also happens in, of all things, Disney flicks. It is pretty obvious to me, that Simba was in on the assination of Mufasa ("I can't wait to be King!"), may have even been the prime mover, and the court historian just wrote that part out...

Anonymous redsash November 27, 2015 10:32 AM  

Next spring I know where me and my bass boat are headed.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery November 27, 2015 10:35 AM  

It is pretty obvious to me, that Simba was in on the assination of Mufasa ("I can't wait to be King!"), may have even been the prime mover, and the court historian just wrote that part out...

Peter Pan is the story of underprivileged juvenile delinquents bullying a disabled man.

The Little Mermaid and Pocahontas explain why you should lock up your daughters.

Dumbo explores the tragic effects of elephantine alcoholism.

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 10:42 AM  

The best part in the more recent trilogy was octogenarian Christopher Lee's breakdance/fight with a CGI muppet.

Since "best" is a relative term, I guess that could be true, like saying, "The best part of losing that bar fight was when the guy stopped kicking me in the nads long enough to spit on me."

Blogger LES November 27, 2015 10:52 AM  

@ VD "What was the point of winning WWII if the consequence was seeing American society degenerate into this sort of absurdity.”

Would those men have given their lives if they could have foreseen what the US has become?

Earn this

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 10:55 AM  

That video shows why there can never be white solidarity :P

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 10:56 AM  

@34 Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery

The best part in the more recent trilogy was octogenarian Christopher Lee's breakdance/fight with a CGI muppet.
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And who could ever forget the touching muppet death scene? I mean, when Yoda died.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery November 27, 2015 11:00 AM  

James "P" Sullivan - I think a piece of my soul died that day.

You're crazy.

Old men fighting is funny. It was funny when Gregory Peck fought Larry Olivier in the movie version of Ira Levin's unintentionally hilarious The Boys from Brazil*, and it was funny when Christopher Lee was backflipping like a teenage mutant ninja turtle.

* TBFB surely had the stupidest plot ever seen in a non-MST3K film. A shadowy cabal of Nazis are injecting women with Hitler's fuhrersperm - which they obtained... somehow - to raise an army of Latin American dago-Hitlers, or something. Presumably when they got older the plan was to have an X-Factor style reality TV show to choose Germany's Next Top Reichskanzler.

"Sorry, Adolfo. You did well in the watercolour round, but failed to impress in the WW1 challenge. It's a nein from me."

Cail - I also enjoyed Jar-Jar's comedic capers, and hope we'll see more of him in the new films.

Blogger Bard November 27, 2015 11:00 AM  

Maybe for once the good guys could have the cool uniforms and more intimidating weapons

Blogger Harry Spitz November 27, 2015 11:02 AM  

@38. Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery

And Aladdin was the tragic tale of a dedicated and talented vizier trying to save the kingdom from an incompetent wastrel king and his callow daughter.

Blogger pyrrhus November 27, 2015 11:29 AM  

Hitler is the hero in Man in the High Castle, he stops nuclear war, LOL!

Blogger Sam Lively November 27, 2015 11:37 AM  

@34

I think everybody was secretly rooting for Darth on some level. The Empire was so much cooler than those leisure suited, page boy rocking rebels.

But at least we didn't hate the junky Rebel look. It had its charm. Nor was Luke unlikable - one of the last believable true believers. And when Han Solo lent his considerable cool factor to the cause (however tarnished by the unfortunate Princess Leia liaison), and Darth revealed himself as a Luke redemption project, it wasn't so bad to root for the Rebs.

It's the transformation of almost all the good guys into annoying Sasstronauts like Matt Damon's Martian or smug intergalactic PC police like the various Star Trek crews that has us actively cheering for anyone who can wipe those stupid smirks off their faces.

Blogger kmbr November 27, 2015 11:39 AM  

Sad to say this is my family. Except replace the instrument with a ukulele (true story) and throw in a Norwegian academic/community organizer/communist.

Blogger White Knight Leo #0368 November 27, 2015 11:39 AM  

@38 @45

Okay, those almost made me spurt coffee out of my nose. "underprivileged juvenile delinquents bullying a disabled man" Oh god that was hilarious.

Blogger White Knight Leo #0368 November 27, 2015 11:42 AM  

@47

I liked Mark Watney. Remember, the guy was basically alone for months, talking to himself on his logs, and trying to deal with what most would describe as a bleak situation. Even in the successful conclusion, he was about two weeks away from starvation, even on the reduced diet he had been on for most of the story. I'll give him a pass on that. I think the author had him swearing too much in the book, but I didn't have any problems with the character.

That said, had other people been marooned with him, I think I'd be wanting to punch him.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery November 27, 2015 11:55 AM  

Were-Puppy - what about when Mace "Motherfuckin'" Windu died? :(

Bard - Maybe for once the good guys could have the cool uniforms and more intimidating weapons

Seriously.

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 11:55 AM  

Snow White is about how it's completely safe for a fourteen year old girl to live with seven single men.

Blogger praetorian November 27, 2015 11:57 AM  

Let me say something in defense of hipsterdom: for all its faults (and they are legion) it has given white kids in america a positive and, at root, european identity. Yes, aspects of it are effeminate. Yes, a lot of these kids are SJWs. And yes, many of them are insufferable (who amongst us wasn't, at age 25?)

But, particularly for the costal regions, hipsterdom, by using a shield of irony, has allowed the white youth of america to reach back into european history for a cultural identity.

My hope is that this is a step beyond post-modernism: the post-modernist was only allowed to play with classical civilization with explicit humor and impishness. A hipster is much more likely to simply adopt a traditional aspect of culture directly, and let irony take care of itself. It is only one more step, dropping the irony and admitting that the old ways were the best ways, to finally Come Home.

On the other hand...

Anonymous TheVillageIdiot(Ret.) November 27, 2015 12:13 PM  

check your privilege
could any of these people even exist outside of any of our first world civilized white christian societies of the northern hemisphere and their first world economies?
DannyR

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 12:15 PM  

I open-carry my privilege.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery November 27, 2015 12:22 PM  

Leo - you are right, it was hilarious.

I didn't hate Mark Watney, but he wasn't the best marooned guy ever.

Robinson Crusoe would've found some Martian natives to enslave. Ben Gunn would've found treasure.

Watney found... a battery.

Harry - Jafar gets a bad rep, but you didn't see any suicide bombers on flying carpets when he was around.

Markku - check your privilege, shitlord. The seven dwarves were in a sex-positive pansexual polyamorous relationship like Alexandra Erin.

Blogger Josh November 27, 2015 12:29 PM  

Let me say something in defense of hipsterdom: for all its faults (and they are legion) it has given white kids in america a positive and, at root, european identity. Yes, aspects of it are effeminate. Yes, a lot of these kids are SJWs. And yes, many of them are insufferable (who amongst us wasn't, at age 25?)

WTF?

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 12:41 PM  

"Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln...."

Blogger bob k. mando November 27, 2015 12:52 PM  

8. Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 8:31 AM
Synchronicity or something: the ad that played before it was for a thing that lets you squat on the toilet instead of sitting, because that's better for you.

12. Durandel Almiras November 27, 2015 8:37 AM
What a bizarre commercial. I watched the whole thing. This is becoming a new style in advertising it seems, especially stuff directed at millenials.



once you comprehend that it's just more homo-fication of society, the ad makes sense.

ice cream is "unicorn shit"? really? yeah, this ad isn't about coprophilia. not all. that's just your imagination ... you sick freak.




23. Markku November 27, 2015 9:18 AM
I was thinking of something more along these lines



no, no, no. you were thinking of something more along THESE lines:
http://www.badassoftheweek.com/leonov1.jpg

the picture you linked only shows menial labor. which is not without it's positive aspects ... but we're looking for something with the cool factor necessary to stand up against hipsters.

Blogger Sam Lively November 27, 2015 1:09 PM  

@12

Basically the doodles from Napoleon Dynamite (farting unicorns) have taken over advertising. It's awful.

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 1:15 PM  

If you're trying to market a cheap plastic stool as an important health product, I realize taking the silly angle with a cartoon animal that poops ice cream allows you to show the mechanics of it in a way that you really couldn't with a serious ad. So I understand taking that angle, but they really turned it up to 11. And there's something about the winking, "aren't we all so smart and funny here?" feel of hipsterish humor that's so grating.

Anonymous Eric Ashley November 27, 2015 1:32 PM  

Funnier if you misspelled 'alpa' even further as 'Alpo', dog food.

Blogger TheRedSkull November 27, 2015 1:38 PM  

See, now this qualifies as AWCA. Clearly the lack of respect between Vox and Ilk goes both ways.

Anonymous Rolf November 27, 2015 1:46 PM  

I am thankful I personally know no one who is like that; I only know of such creatures second-hand.

I find it more than a little scary that there are apparently enough people out there who are so messed up that way that there are stereotypes about them that people recognize. I keep hoping they are nothing more than a fictional alien race of humanoids from Star Trek, some degraded, formerly-great empire of once-functional intelligent beings living out the end-times of their own version of idocracy.

Then I think... "No, those are humans. Here. In America.... All those predictions about great things awaiting us in the 21st C? Not happening."

Blogger Rabbi B November 27, 2015 1:47 PM  

@1 JACIII

"I could almost swear I know three people in that skit."

@2 NorthernHamlet

"None of that is a joke. It is real. I've seen it."

At this rate, there is going be nothing left to parody.

Blogger White Knight Leo #0368 November 27, 2015 1:50 PM  

@56

I didn't think Friday was supposed to be Crusoe's slave. He described the guy as his "manservant", but it wasn't like Friday worked and Crusoe didn't. I don't recall Crusoe even giving Friday the more odious tasks either; my recollection is that they worked alongside one another on the same stuff. Yes, lots of obviously Eurocentric notions about civilizing the native peoples in 'Robinson Crusoe' ("tell them pray God, tell them eat corn bread, cattle flesh, milk. No eat mans again"), but it didn't strike me as slavery.

And of course Watney was a nerd. Kind of hard to not be a nerd when you are a NASA astronaut who gets sent to explore another planet, however briefly (I did like 'Captain Blondbeard'). I agree that Watney was hardly the manliest sci-fi hero (I'd put him several ranks below Juan Rico), but he wasn't a whiny hipster either. This was supposed to be a "hard sci-fi" story, so the author wanted someone who was technically focused rather than having a military background.

Sorry, not familiar with Gunn: Crusoe and "the Swiss Family Robinson" were my childhood 'marooned on an island' stories. My grandmother got me pretty much the whole "Great Illustrated Classics" books, and I went and found the unabridged versions of the books I really liked later.

Anonymous Red Comet November 27, 2015 2:00 PM  

Hipster Thanksgiving is called "Friendsgiving." It's where immature man-babies and their feminist shrikes have a trendy dinner together because college and media have pozzed them to the point where they hate their nice normal families for being nice and normal.

Blogger TheRedSkull November 27, 2015 2:28 PM  

The sad fact is that the parodization renders this more bearable than the average sample of American thanksgiving conversation.

Anonymous DT November 27, 2015 2:36 PM  

@61 This...this right here...is why I use an ad blocker.

Blogger Robert What? November 27, 2015 2:51 PM  

I know it is a parody but it is still painful to watch. Have been to Brooklyn many times. Hipster Central.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery November 27, 2015 3:30 PM  

Leo - Well, shiver my timbers!

Ben Gunn appears in Robert Louis Stevenson's unforgettable classic Treasure Island.

It's possibly the greatest story for boys ever written, and you may lay to that.

Blogger Weeeeeeeeeeeee November 27, 2015 4:03 PM  

It’s On Manhood Academy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nXtNb27dgA

Blogger praetorian November 27, 2015 5:25 PM  

@Josh

I know, I know. I don't expect a southroner to understand, since you already have a cultural identity. This is a costal phenomenon, mainly. Hipsterdom is a deeply huwhyte phenomenon here, even though no one talks about it.

But, despite the rampant faggotry, I do see some glimmers of hope in it on the ground (ignoring the media portrayals.) Gavin McInnes has his flaws, but I'd take him over, say, Tom Hayden, any day.

Anonymous Takin' a Look November 27, 2015 5:58 PM  

If the rumors are true, we will eventually see a Darth Binks. The true, ultimate ruler of the galaxy.

Blogger dr_doug November 27, 2015 7:12 PM  

Please tell me that Hipsters are not allowed to breed....

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 7:43 PM  

@47 Sam Lively

It's the transformation of almost all the good guys into annoying Sasstronauts like Matt Damon's Martian or smug intergalactic PC police like the various Star Trek crews that has us actively cheering for anyone who can wipe those stupid smirks off their faces.
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And that is why I loves me some Farscape.

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 7:47 PM  

@51 Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery

Were-Puppy - what about when Mace "Motherfuckin'" Windu died? :(
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I must have missed that... When the first of the 2nd trilogy came out, I had recently watched the F'd up release of those vids where the friendly ghostly trio was all glad handing and patting on the back each other. And someone that shouldn't have shot first. Then I saw that Phantom Menace and gave up on it all.

Blogger Robert What? November 27, 2015 9:06 PM  

I believe they don't know how to procreate so I think we're safe.

Blogger Giuseppe The Kurgan November 27, 2015 10:22 PM  

I think this is a case where even if they are actors...you still want to go full ISIS and THEN full Tom Kratman on them.

Blogger Groot November 28, 2015 1:38 AM  

I feel left out. I don't know these people. They seem like they're out of Jupiter Ascending, except ugly. Still stupid, though. Mila Kunis, though...

Blogger SirThermite (VFM #0025) November 28, 2015 6:03 AM  

Mila Kunis, though...

With apologies to W.C. Fields and Yakov Smirnoff - Eastern Bloc women are like elephants. I like to look at 'em but wouldn't want one to own me.

Blogger Unknown November 28, 2015 4:24 PM  

Not just hipsterism. Hubrism, ethnocentrism, gynocentrism and others also. This prescient commemt may well turn out to be the prophecy on which the future of the West depends.

Blogger LP999 November 28, 2015 6:41 PM  

Thanksgiving Hipster Thursday was awful.

Even more awful as hipster is in spelling checks, awful.

I host, love, tolerate the weirdness send the gang home with gift bags. I'm not doing anymore hosting for 2015.

No way, no more. I love them from a distance, a long distance away.

I cannot remove the stench of diffusing lavender via oil diffusers. I burned a plate for the vegan boy while being asked who is Jack Daniels and why was I dressed up -

This is a holiday dinner not everyone is casual!

Blogger LP999 November 28, 2015 6:43 PM  

What is wrong with fine china, fine silverware!

Normal people celebrate fine crystal, stemware, dinnerware.

Ungrateful hip brats.

Blogger Michael Maier November 28, 2015 9:11 PM  

That's some damn fine trumpeting!

Anonymous 0007 November 29, 2015 6:50 AM  

Regarding "The Martian", There's a much older version titled "Robinson Crusoe on Mars" that I thought was pretty good - for what it was..

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