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  1. MovieMadness

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    It's nice to see a President who can swing a golf club and make birdies. After 333 days, Obama is still trying to break 100.
  2. Morgan Freeman 'Devastated' That Sexual Harassment Claims Could Undermine Legacy Actor Morgan Freeman spoke out again in the wake of sexual harassment allegations against him, saying Friday that he was “devastated” by the turn of events. Several women accused the Oscar winner of inappropriate behavior, including lewd comments and unwanted touching, according to a CNN investigation. “I am devastated that 80 years of my life is at risk of being undermined, in the blink of an eye, by Thursday’s media reports,” Morgan said in a statement sent to media, according to outlets. “All victims of assault and harassment deserve to be heard. And we need to listen to them. But it is not right to equate horrific incidents of sexual assault with misplaced compliments or humor.” *********************************************** Welcome to the MeToo movement and liberal Hollywood.
  3. MovieMadness

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    jakeem I wish for all the time you've wasted here, lol.
  4. George Takei's accuser clarifies: 'I am not walking back my story' The man who accused George Takei of sexual misconduct a few months ago told ABC News Friday afternoon that despite a recent report to the contrary, he is standing by his original story. Scott Brunton said that although the The Observer reported that he'd walked back his claim that he was groped by Takei one night in 1981, he specifically remembers waking up to find the "Star Trek" actor on top of him, trying to remove his underwear. Though he does not specifically recall Takei touching his genitals, he says he cannot be certain that it did not happen, as he was unconscious for a period of time when they were alone. "In my mind, there are so many different definitions of groping -- there are different degrees," he said. "When you're yanking on someone's front and back of their underwear, you can't avoid contact." *********************************************** He's from Star Trek, it sounds like he was trying to beam him up.
  5. MovieMadness

    film colorizing should be re-engaged

    Don't worry, it will be. Once all the old fuddy-duddies are gone from Hollywood.
  6. MovieMadness

    Stupid Science

    Massive Ice Highways Found Hiding Under Antarctica Scientists have found huge valleys linking the smaller West Antarctic Ice Sheet to the massive East Antarctic Ice Sheet, hidden deep under the ice. Three canyons — named Foundation Trough, Patuxent Trough and Offset Rift Basin — slice through the mountain ranges that divide the two major regions of the frozen continent. Foundation is 217 miles (350 kilometers) long (about the distance from Los Angeles to Las Vegas) and 22 miles (35 km) wide. Patuxent is a bit shorter and half Foundation's width. Offset is half Foundation's length but just as wide. Each of them provides a highway for ice to flow from the larger, stabler East Antarctic Ice Sheet into the smaller, less stable West Antarctic Ice Sheet. And each of them was completely unmapped and unseen under the ice until a recent survey mission, which was described online May 4 in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. That's because the two major ice-mapping satellites orbiting Earth have big blind spots in the center of Antarctica. The inclination of their orbits prevents them from seeing into the ice of the southernmost continent. So, between 2015 and 2017, an international team of researchers started flying planes with sensitive mapping instruments on board over the Antarctic gap in order to fill in the blind spot in Earth's ice maps. This finding is a big deal because it offers scientists a framework for figuring out how the more landlocked ice of the Eastern Ice Sheet might behave as the climate changes. ************************************************* i knew they were going to bring up the climate change scam in this eventually. These people never give up on it.
  7. 'Sesame Street' suing over Melissa McCarthy's R-rated puppet movie The makers of the educational children’s program “Sesame Street” are suing the production company behind comedian Melissa McCarthy's new R-rated movie co-starring Muppet-like puppets. In a lawsuit filed Thursday in New York City, Sesame Workshop alleges that “The Happytime Murders” is abusing the famed Muppets’ sterling reputation in its advertisements. Further, the lawsuit contends the "Sesame Street" brand will be harmed by a just-released movie trailer featuring "explicit, profane, drug-using, misogynistic, violent, copulating and even ejaculating puppets" along with the tagline "NO SESAME. ALL STREET." In the film, McCarthy plays a human detective who teams with a puppet partner to investigate grisly puppet murders. Brian Henson, son of famed “Sesame Street” puppeteer Jim Henson, who created the Muppets, directed the raunchy movie, People reported. Daughter Lisa Henson executive-produced the film. ********************************************* More quality movies coming out of Hollywood, this time murdering puppets. And people wonder why our kids shoot up the schools.
  8. Mormon missionary from Utah jailed in Venezuela without trial released after two years A Mormon missionary from Utah who has spent nearly two years in a Venezuela jail without a trial has been released and is coming home. Joshua Holt traveled to South America in 2016 to marry a fellow Mormon he met online. Shortly after the wedding, the couple was arrested after police alleged they were stockpiling weapons at her family's apartment in a Caracas public housing project. President Trump fired off a celebratory tweet Saturday morning, writing "Good news about the release of an American hostage from Venezuela. Should be landing in D.C. this evening and be in the White House with his family, at about 7:00 p.m. The great people of Utah will be very happy!" *************************************************** Another prisoner forgotten by Obama is being brought home by Trump.
  9. Is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologizing too often? Standing before Parliament this month, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that he would be making an official apology on behalf of all Canadians for an event for which no living Canadian is responsible. In May 1939, four months before the outbreak of war in Europe, the MS St. Louis — a transatlantic luxury liner carrying more than 900 Jewish refugees — left Germany in search of a country that would take in its passengers. Due to immigration policies based on domestic political realities, rather than humanitarian grounds, the ship was first denied entry to Cuba, then the U.S., and finally Canada. With the ship just two days from Halifax, it was forced to return to Europe, where an estimated 254 of its passengers would die in the Holocaust. “We failed not only those passengers but their descendants and community,” Trudeau told Parliament, adding that he hoped the apology, for which a date has not yet been determined, would compel Canadians “to acknowledge this difficult truth, learn from this story and continue to fight against anti-Semitism every day.” The government’s apology for turning away the St. Louis will mark the fifth time since being sworn in as prime minister in 2015 that Trudeau has issued an official apology for one of Canada’s historical ­misdeeds. And its announcement has provoked a strange debate in a country known for its propensity to apologize: Is the prime minister saying “sorry” too often? “I think it’s worth apologizing for it, but you can have dilution in recognition when you start apologizing, apologizing, apologizing,” Marilyn Gladu, a Conservative lawmaker, told the Canadian Press. “It makes it less special.” She said that she feared the prime minister’s apologies were becoming a “show” and that her constituents were growing suspicious and skeptical of the sincerity of this wave of national ­self-flagellation. **************************************************** Who is going to apologize for Justin Trudeau kicking away immigrants from the border in fifty years?
  10. I remember a stupid movie made about George Bush, and a bunch of idiots went to see that one.
  11. Man opens fire inside Oklahoma restaurant before 'armed citizen' shoots, kills him, police say A man “opened fire” Thursday in an Oklahoma restaurant, leaving at least four people injured, before he was fatally shot by a bystander, police said. The gunfire unfolded at about 6:30 p.m. local time at Louie's on the Lake in Oklahoma City, Fox 25 News reported. The unidentified shooter entered the restaurant and fired his gun, Oklahoma City Police tweeted, who later added that four people had been injured. Regarding the shooting at Lake Hefner a fourth victim has been identified. The victim suffered a minor injury. It is unclear how the victim sustained the injury. — Oklahoma City Police (@OKCPD) May 25, 2018 Lake Hefner shooting update: A man walked into the Louie’s restaurant and opened fire with a gun. Two people were shot. One person has been taken to a hospital with serious injuries. A bystander with a pistol confronted the shooter outside the restaurant and fatally shot him. ********************************************* So much for the theory that armed citizens don't stop criminals, and as usual the cops arrived too late to the scene.
  12. The Democrat politicians are all rich, no wonder they didn't follow through with it.
  13. MovieMadness

    NFL bans anthem kneel

    Trump made this national anthem protest a political issue and they stopped doing it thanks to him. The NFL caved in to the President.
  14. N.J. Democrats loved the idea of taxing the rich — until they actually could do it Democrats in the New Jersey state legislature approved a tax hike on millionaires five separate times under then-Gov. Chris Christie (R) — knowing he would veto it. But now that the state has a liberal governor eager to sign the bill, Democratic legislators are backing off the “millionaire’s tax,” echoing some of the concerns once expressed by Christie. “This state is taxed out. If you know anything about New Jersey, they’re just weary of the taxes,” said New Jersey State Senate President Steve Sweeney (D), lead advocate of the millionaire’s tax during Christie’s tenure, in an interview. This blue state’s sudden allergy to taxing the rich is an ominous sign not just for Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy, who swept to office last fall promising to fund a suite of new social programs via a millionaire’s tax, but for other liberals running for statewide office this year. ************************************************* Here are a bunch of lying Democrats not keeping their promises after getting into office, just like Obama did after he became President. Why are people still dumb enough to vote for these liars?
  15. MovieMadness

    Ben Mankie's HUAC Rants

    Isn't it funny how all the people against this are for a Russian investigation of Trump. Same thing, different party. Somewhere they call them hypo--crites.

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