Tags: topless, Cathedral, Feminists, Buenos Aires, LifeSiteNews, Femi
Here’s a photo that’s starting to circle the Internet.
And here’s another link.
I’m going to make an assumption and say they were trying to build themselves a harem. If not, then I call dibs on the last accounts support girl. Everybody else is up for grabs… except for accounts manager number one, I call her too. I swear that’s the last one.
Tags: Anthony Hopkins, Chris Hemsworth, Darcy, expectations, Jane Foster, Kat Dennings, Kurse, Loki, Malekith, Natalie Portman, perceptions, review, spill.com, Thor, Thor the Dark World, Tom Hiddleston
I wasn’t thunderstruck. There was some scenes that were hammered in there for no reason. The movie didn’t storm my heart.
Seriously though, the movie was okay but not fantastic. It had its moments. Loki was at times hilarious, with my favorite scene being the part where shape-shifts into various characters including… well, that would be spoiling. The movie was beautiful, and it had some ha ha moments even without Tom Hiddleston’s trickster god. When I saw the movie it kept me entertained enough to not hate having paid for a ticket and I did enjoy myself… somewhat.
Unfortunately, it was also very inconsistent. For those who care, various character’s power levels fluctuated depending upon the plot. Thor’s romantic plot with Jane Foster is forced, sappy and so utterly stupid that multiple characters in the movie point out how ridiculous it is for an immortal to fall for a mortal. Darcy is obnoxious and pointless. The main villains, Malekith and Kurse are generic bad guys. There are simply too many characters in this film and too many side plots, as such many characters (including Anthony Hopkins’ Odin) are criminally underused.
This movie isn’t bad per say, but it’s not the strongest Marvel movie in their new cinematic universe. It does set up later movies though, including the eventual Guardians of the Galaxy film (note: the credits teaser looked very sci fi channel and wasn’t explained well why the Asgardians were doing what they were doing) so if one is into Marvel’s movies it has to be seen at some point, be it in theater or on a DVD rental when it comes out.
On a side note, one of the more interesting things about the movie is everyone’s worship of Loki. The ladies love him and not Chris Hemsworth’s Thor despite how much the studios desperately try to get the women all tingly for him. There’s even a close up scene where he is completely shirtless for no reason and the camera zooms in on his body. Didn’t hear a single sigh for Thor, despite his blatant beefcake scene, but man the ladies were giggling about what a bad
man god alien ”whatever Marvel Comic’s is calling them to not offend religious groups” Loki was. Spill.com reviewers noted this reaction from girls in the audience as well.
Guys seem to be digging Loki too, for some reason. Maybe it’s because Thor was made too sappy at times, maybe in an age of Internet passive aggressiveness Loki seems so much more relatable than the honest, blunt and trustworthy Thor. Maybe his inferiority/ superiority complex (same thing really) is so much more like the average person nowadays. Maybe his hatred of his (adopted) father and love for his (adopted) mother is closer to the single mother generation. Or maybe Thor fans just aren’t as vocal as Loki fans. Whatever the reason, Loki is very well loved by many members of both genders.
Many a problem of the cultural West has could be solved by following models set forth in John Wayne movies. Take the first 30 minutes of Hondo, for example.
Here are some choice Hondo Lane quotes from that first 30 minutes:
"You're a good cook ma'am. A woman should be a good cook."
"Always sink a blade in a log, Son.
RIP old man. Your books, and the universe that you created with them, captivated me as a boy. You will be missed.
Tags: CNN, economy, ijreview, Obamacare, young men
Also, I originally saw this story after coming across this site:
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence released a video that really pissed me off for several reasons. One, you can’t dislike it (or like it). Two, it’s their view of the Trayvon Martin shooting used to promote their agenda. Three, it’s their attempt to remove stand your ground laws from various states that possess them. These states are shown as various dead “victims”.
I hate this video. It seriously fucking pissed me off seeing it. George Zimmerman did nothing wrong, and the media painted him in the least likeable light possible and destroyed his life for the sake of their yellow journalism. And the jury that acquitted him either agreed with me or believed there wasn’t substantial evidence to convict him.
Plus, this video follows the same bullshit media logic that we can live in a world without violence. News flash, there will always be guns, whether they be legal or illegal, and there will always be various forms of violence. Even if there weren’t guns there will be crime, as people will just use the various other weapons that exist in the world, including knives and explosives. Hell, more people might just go Cain and Abel and use rocks to assault people.
Plus, the stand your ground rules exist for a reason: to allow citizens to protect themselves and their territory from intruders that could mean them harm. It’s an old law that is meant to embolden the populace, making them no longer fear intruders and stand up for themselves and others.
I don’t get these anti-gun nutjobs. What do the people behind this PSA expect the citizens to do, bend over and take it all the while hoping the police arrive to save them? What if they don’t arrive, or at least not in time? What if the guy invading the place decides to sexually molest the owner’s wife/ daughter/ son/ himself? Is he just supposed to sit there and take it? Sure, in a perfect world the police teleport in and instantly save the day… actually, no. I take that back. In a perfect world there is no need to stand your ground and no need for the police or for firearms or even PSAs. But we don’t live in a perfect world. We live in a world with people who break into homes, thug wannabes, rapists, and various fucked up individuals who mean (at times) to cause other people harm. To Quote Michael Caine’s Alfred from the Dark Knight:
“Well, because he thought it was good sport. Because some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money. They can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with. Some men just want to watch the world burn.”