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    I'm a lead farmer, motherfucka

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    I'm a lead farmer, motherfucka
    rofl!

    All I know is that I'd still make out with Robert Downey even acting like a dork in blackface.
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    Saw it. Hilarious. Way to go Tom Cruise.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    Awesome movie. Way funnier than I thought it would be. Jack Black is usually hit or miss with me, but he was my favorite in this film.

    Favorite scene: When Stiller's adopted kid is on his back stabbing him with a knife and then Stiller throws him off a bridge.

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    I haven't seen it, but it looked really funny. Except for the retard jokes. Because I know someone personally with down syndrome (and am friends with her), and therefore I'm really sensitive to that kind of thing. Personally, I don't think anyone should EVER use that word. EVER.:steam:

    Edahn: You're probably right, but I can't get over my hatred of that word enough to appreciate the satire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    You know what ALWAYS gets audiences outraged, though? Violence toward animals.
    I have a theory about that: it's like hurting a baby. If that baby has ever done anything to hurt you, it was out of ignorance, and no matter how hurtful it may have been, that baby never could have deserved it. Ever. In a million years.

    But then again, I'm such an animal lover that when I watched "I Am Legend", it felt like I was watching "Grave of the Fireflies". "I Am Legend" was one of only about five movies I've ever literally sobbed in (and three of them were before I was ten years old).

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I have a theory about that: it's like hurting a baby. If that baby has ever done anything to hurt you, it was out of ignorance, and no matter how hurtful it may have been, that baby never could have deserved it. Ever. In a million years.

    But then again, I'm such an animal lover that when I watched "I Am Legend", it felt like I was watching "Grave of the Fireflies". "I Am Legend" was one of only about five movies I've ever literally sobbed in (and three of them were before I was ten years old).

    I didn't watch I Am Legend because I heard about the end first... Also, I think I'm actually more okay with hurting babies in movies than animals.


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