kalron

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kalron27 wrote:
Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.  This is a big NOPE. Snyder imho is approaching Michael Bay status of too much cgi, no substance. And I'm an admitted Superman fan.  This feels like more of the same, sad really, I like Batfleck.
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dromed I agree with this mentality...Insurance should be for the conditions that are affordably to pay for, although some standard check-up visits can be outrageous charges nowadays because "insurance pays for it".  So we have a double standard now...the check-up is overpriced to gouge the insurance companies, but it makes it unaffordable to the average person.  What about daily meds, like insulin for diabetics?  I have a friend who would be dead if he didn't have insurance to pay for it...yet if he lived in Canada or Europe or even Mexico he could get insulin at an affordable price and not use insurance to pay for it.
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PAY ATTENTION TO ME!!!!!
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You got the House, the Senate and the Presidency...and you still can't repeal the most hated thing on the planet?  Half of them think it doesn't go far enough, the other half know that the modifications proposed are bad and will only make matters worse for their voters, who will then kick them out of office.

How about a different approach you morons...work together to amend and effect positive changes instead of trying to destroy a good but flawed idea that this Country needed and still needs?  Wanna reduce the costs?  Go after the Drug Companies and Corporate Hospitals that their only interest is to make money not save lives.
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squrlz4ever $70K is barely middle class, especially in a major city.  

Regardless, why would anyone need to make $10 million per year every year?  Make it once then reduce your salary to around $300K and put the rest into either the work force or your company research, it's not unheard of for some CEOs to do that.  No one needs that much money on a yearly basis, unless you LOVE cocaine!
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markust123 Actually they had longer than that...back when ACA was being created that could have helped mold the law into a better one.  Instead they sat on their hands and did nothing but say "We will repeal, We will repeal".  Good job guys!
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squrlz4ever Ho Lee Sheet...it is!
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Apparently Adam Savage Himself did the designs for the practical effects for the opening.  Can't wait!
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I have been following this...awesome!
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Fart sounds on a Casio Keyboard!  Da ding ding Da ding ding Da ding ding Da ding ding...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKWbzx3EELE

Music to cook Bob's Burgers to...
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Soothing and mellow taste of the birth of the internet age...
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mikesex " Secondly, not the INLA but the IRA. "

Oops...my bad.  I heard a story today about the INLA and it was stuck in my head.  But I think you got my drift even through I didn't get my group right ;)
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No one has hit on me like that in decades!
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Leave it to Georgia, that is the first place I saw one of these many years ago:

kalron27 wrote:
mikesex Why the down vote for facts?  You brought up the Irish National Liberation Army and that is a good point...that UK has been under terrorist attacks long before we even heard of a guy named Osama.  (Pro Tip: They were all Catholic and White).
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mrteatime you and megrendel do have a point.  I personally was having sex at 16, but I know a TON of people that were doing it far younger.  But at 16, I had a very healthy relationship with my High School girlfriend which lead to me understanding what sexuality is.

Granted, this is a bit different with the age gap, but we don't have all of the facts...the flirtations could have gone both ways and it was consensual.  On the other hand I have to agree with waldo863 that STDs and Pregnancy is a major concern in this case as well as the idea of authority...yet I will refer to my comment above...it has become a fetish to make it with the hot teacher, regardless of the gender on either side.
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I always wondered with this recent trend of hot teachers sleeping with students that it is the result of the long time fetish that has been propagated for decades.  Now we are seeing it come to fruition.  

Hot For Teacher anyone?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M4_Ommfvv0
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thezigrat There is 5 of them around her somewhere you can have ;)
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Man this guy was a showman, and wore those collars with style!

Is it just me or were they always drunk or stoned during these tapings?
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megrendel Well that was a pleasure to watch!
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waldo863 I call BS on the Long Sketch...Kids in the Hall had long sketches and even season spanning sketches...nothing new there, same with SNL, especially back in the early days.  Another example I gave was Vaudeville performances but that got edited out.  

But you are right, he should be rejoicing that it continues and I know Key and Peele have acknowledged Chappelle as an inspiration in some form in the past.
kalron27 wrote:
5cats actually he is not.  As I said below, this all came about from watching his new special and he drops this grudge right in the middle of the act.  I then found this interview.  You are right, he walked away from it, but he honestly seems hurt by it.
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Massacre75 rumham  Watched the special last night and around the 19 min mark he starts in on this whole thing like it is a rap grudge match.  I love Chappell's stuff but the fact that he feels they stole his show is ridiculous and actually turned me off to the performance that I was thoroughly enjoying.

I then searched the internet and found this interview and was shocked.  Honestly, my wife was the one that reacted "What about the Wayans Bros Bitch? Ever see In Living Color?"  Thought I'd post it for a good conversation, and we are getting that :)