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Ellen crashes Twitter thanks to a gaggle of friends and some crafty product placement

The Star Wars Trilogy was playing last night on Spike TV, but apparently some awards ceremony called the Oscars was also playing at the same time. And as host of the Oscars, Ellen DeGeneres naturally commingled with the audience that was full of Oscar hopefuls.
 
Early in the show, Ellen took the opportunity to whip out a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone to take a selfie with a virtual Who’s Who in Hollywood including Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Angelina Jolie, Meryl Streep, and Kevin Spacey.


But, that’s no big deal, right? Celebrities pat themselves on the back all the time. However, once Ellen posted the image to Twitter to share with her nearly 27 million followers, the “selfie” took on a life of its own. The photo seen around the world was enough to crash Twitter for roughly 20 minutes (to which Twitter apologized).

 
As of this hour, the photo has been retweeted 2.5 million times, setting a new record. The previous record hold was a photo of Michelle and Barack Obama after the President won reelection in 2012. That photo garnered only 781,000 retweets.

Sources: Twitter, NPR



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RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/2014 10:46:05 AM , Rating: 1
Ugh, more proof of America's culture in decline...

Maybe if we exported our surplus of useless celebrities, we could get the economy going.


RE: One of the best moment
By Brandon Hill (blog) on 3/3/2014 11:02:50 AM , Rating: 1
Wait... do you not watch/enjoy movies?

I don't watch circle-jerk awards ceremonies, but I do enjoy the movies that these "useless celebrities" star in. I must say, Gravity was a visual orgy of greatness and acting on Bullock's part.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/14, Rating: 0
RE: One of the best moment
By hughlle on 3/3/14, Rating: 0
RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/14, Rating: 0
RE: One of the best moment
By hughlle on 3/3/2014 12:36:38 PM , Rating: 1
You question my maturity with a response like that? Good work!


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/2014 12:41:43 PM , Rating: 4
Because it was moronic. I'm clearly not talking about the celebrities. My point was our cultures obsession with them.

You post was just...pointless.

But don't worry about me. I won't stop you from being a sheep.


RE: One of the best moment
By hughlle on 3/3/2014 1:56:59 PM , Rating: 1
your point was based on people needing to get a life based on what you considered to be important or not important. Someone else would be jsut as justified in telling you to get a life for being so fixated with what other people spend their time doing ;)


RE: One of the best moment
By Samus on 3/3/2014 7:15:12 PM , Rating: 3
Damn Reclaimer, I don't say this often, but you are certainly one of those people I would not like to have a drink with in a bar.

Do you ever say anything positive?

The Jolie-Pitt Foundation has funded millions in research and fighting poverty, and is one of the largest donors next to Warren Buffet of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Then you have people like Kevin Spacey who is incorrectly ranked as the highest paid actor in Hollywood. He actually makes 95% of his wealth through "smart stock investments, substantial property holdings, lucrative endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics, his own vodka brand, a variety of restaurants, and ownership of a football team."

The highest paid actor in Hollywood who actually makes the majority of their income from acting is Sandra Bullock, who donates huge sums of money. Just last year she donated a million to the Philippines, and a million to Japan a year prior to that, both targeting the communities directly affected by those disasters. She match the donation of the Jolie-Pitt foundation to New Orleans in 2005.

Many actors give their time free of charge to non-profits. Jay Leno is even considering making his auto collection a free museum to the public, and has for decades offered all of his vehicles for display through museums world-wide, free of charge.

Celebrities are more often than not those people who actually "spread the wealth" unlike those in wall street and politics who "keep the wealth." The rare exception are financial moguls like Warren Buffet. But then you have people like Steve Jobs who was even too cheap to donate a decent chunk to Obama who still saved his companies products from being banned AFTER his death.

I personally work for a man who granted $5 million to the Cleveland Clinic to fund cancer research because they saved his wife. That is half of his self-made fortune.

Celebrities are sometimes pretty shallow, but most of the time they are genuine, lovable people who give incredible performances on screen and help the best they can off-screen with the money they have made. I'm not saying they don't live lavish lifestyles, but part of that is why people are obsessed with them. Who wouldn't want to live like a celebrity? If I had the money I'd wear a fitted Italian suit everyday.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/4/2014 10:54:32 AM , Rating: 2
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Damn Reclaimer, I don't say this often, but you are certainly one of those people I would not like to have a drink with in a bar.


So you truly know me, do you?

So just because I don't understand why Kim Cardassian is still famous, or ever was famous, means I'm joyless and we can't share a drink Lol?


RE: One of the best moment
By darkpuppet on 3/3/2014 1:56:32 PM , Rating: 2
'bull dyke'?! Seriously, that's the most witty and intelligent retort you can come up with?

This alone speaks volumes about the person posting this comment, and unfortunately, it's doesn't advertise an opinion that deserves the server space it takes to store it.

Maybe you should go and roll that boulder back in front of your cave entrance and just leave the rest of the world to the non-cavemen. m'kay?


RE: One of the best moment
By MrBlastman on 3/3/2014 3:11:05 PM , Rating: 1
What's the matter? Can't handle someone having a differing opinion than yourself?

I can't speak for Reclaimer but I can for myself--some of us are disgusted by all this LGBT crap.


RE: One of the best moment
By bsd228 on 3/3/2014 3:26:15 PM , Rating: 5
quote:
I can't speak for Reclaimer but I can for myself--some of us are disgusted by all this LGBT crap.


You're disgusted by Ellen's existence? How pathetic is that?

Trying to figure out WTF this picture has to do with "LGBT crap" and failing.


RE: One of the best moment
By MrBlastman on 3/3/2014 3:39:50 PM , Rating: 1
I never said I was disgusted by Ellen's existence. Where did I say that? Quit putting words in my mouth, troll.

I'd be happier if the LGBT community would be quiet, not parade in our faces their lifestyle and see no need to "come out." I don't "come out" that I am straight.

Finally, Marriage should only be decided by churches and religious institutions. Civil Unions should be required to be granted by the State for ALL couples wishing to unify, be them straight, gay or whatever (thus receiving equal treatment under the law and tax code). If they want to take it to the next step and call it marriage, then they should go to a church.

If you're gay--great! Keep it to yourself. That's how I see it and have no problem with people that do just that.

What I was doing was defending Reclaimer's "bull dike" comment. He's free to make it as often as he pleases. Political correctness needs to be destroyed.


RE: One of the best moment
By Samus on 3/3/2014 7:32:08 PM , Rating: 2
Since you're straight, you better keep it to yourself. No holding hands with your wife in public, and God forbid you kiss her in front of your kids, then child services is going to take them away from you.

I'm not gay but I can imagine that's what it feels like. Try hanging out with a few gay friends outside of the gayborhood and you'll eventually see what they have to deal with.

It's a civil rights violation that two people can't get married, plain and simple. I don't see what gender has to do with it. It's no different than the Jim Crow laws that prevented blacks from marrying whites, even though they were opposite sex.

The hate in this country is just ridiculous. We are the greatest country in the world and have long been looked up to for setting the score for decency. Now we have states like Arizona and people who still flaunt the confederate flag (a symbol of slavery) like its ok, and that holds us back as a nation.

Legalize gay marriage, legalize drugs, and legalize (but properly enforce distribution of) guns. I don't see how this is more than 6 hours of legislation.

The day after all that crap is fixed, focus on military spending (which is out of control and completely mismanaged) and reallocate that spending to education like every other country in the world has since World War 2.

Then the day after that, lets under Clinton's de-regulation of banks, repeal "No Child Left Behind" and put pressure on schools to focus on vocational programs again, not just math, science, and reading.

This is what I was elected officials to focus on. Not healthcare and "stand your ground." That kind of stuff is a decade-long tie-up that will never get fixed because its too complicated, and in the power of the state, not the federal government.


RE: One of the best moment
By TheEquatorialSky on 3/3/2014 9:29:25 PM , Rating: 2
Most dissenters aren't against homosexuals engaging in committed relationships recognized by the state. Most dissenters are against changing the definition of a word so a subgroup can ramrod acceptance of their culture onto greater society.

Keeping the definition of marriage intact isn't violating anyones' "civil liberties." Homosexuals are treated equally under civil unions. They can file taxes jointly, adopt children and seek legal recourse during separation.

The government has no business saying who can get married any more than they can determine who can have a bar mitzvah. These are cultural institutions outside the scope of government jurisdiction.

As to your other points:
* The U.S. isn't the greatest country in the world by any objective standard
* The "Confederate Flag" (i.e. Battle Flag of No. VA) isn't a symbol of slavery
* Government spending is out of control and completely mismanaged
* The U.S. already spends the most per pupil. You want to double down?
* Boosting vocational programs will just dilute their earning power, as with college education.


RE: One of the best moment
By Samus on 3/4/2014 1:49:08 AM , Rating: 2
You are disconnecting yourself far too much from what religion is to believe the world Marriage isn't universal, because it is.

The result is a conflict within Christian denominations, particularly between conservative (ie Evangelical) and progressive (ie Episcopal) where the latter will marry gays under Christianity, violating the Evangelical's beliefs.

My argument was in direct concern to religious freedom. If a homosexual couple wants to be married under their faith, then no other church, even those based off the same beliefs, should intervene. The Catholic church is caught in the middle with many gay followers that can't 'officially' be married under Catholicism, although many priests are doing it.

I'm not going to list the hundreds of technical differences between a marriage and a civil union, so here they are:

http://www.glad.org/uploads/docs/publications/cu-v...

You, like most people, don't seem to realize there are a ton of differences at the federal level. What do you think this battle is over, the word marriage, or the lack of portability, family benefits, and termination (there is no divorce protection if you are not married.)

As far as your other points go:

*A Patriot is entitled to his opinion, but facts are facts, there is more general freedom and potential for success in the United States than anywhere else, which is why we continue to have the largest demand and longest waiting list for immigration in the world.

*The Swastika was a symbol of good luck and peacefully used in Buddhism for thousands of years. What does it represent now? It doesn't matter where the flag originated, because in the end, it represented the South in the Civil War, which was more than anything about slavery.

*The defense budget is the largest single portion of our fiscal spending. The only other country in the world that spends more GDP on defense is Saudi Arabia. We spend more on defense than every other industrialized country in the world combined. Take a look at the F-35 program and tell me the military isn't grossly mismanaged. Fixing this is the first logical step to giving government spending and overall government mismanagement.

*So what's your solution to education? Spend less?

*That is the most ridiculous argument I've ever heard. Vocational programs from architecture/drafting to welding are dying in the public school sector. Studies show schools without vocational programs have lower math, science and reading scores regardless of their income bracket, attendance or neighborhood, simply because students aren't receiving a constructive approach to diverse education. Simply put, not everyone is interested in the curriculum so maybe the curriculum should include things people are interested in. If we don't fix this, we will fall even further behind than we already have in developing and innovating.


RE: One of the best moment
By JediJeb on 3/4/2014 10:50:32 AM , Rating: 2
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It doesn't matter where the flag originated, because in the end, it represented the South in the Civil War, which was more than anything about slavery.


Slavery was a secondary issue in the Civil War. The Civil War began over States Rights versus Federal Rights. Slavery was not just an American problem, it was and still is a Global problem. There are still millions of slaves in the world, they just aren't mostly coming from captured African peoples being put to work on plantations. Slavery existed even before the ancient Egyptian culture. Even if the South had won the Civil War I doubt you would see slavery there today since technology would have made it too expensive to own slaves versus using machines to do the work. By the late 1800s even McCormick's Reaper would have started to make slavery unprofitable.

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So what's your solution to education? Spend less?


Better to spend wisely than to spend more. Schools have become too focused on social engineering and need to return to education as their main focus. Just last week it was reported a school made it "illegal" for kids to share cupcakes with their classmates if they brought them in their lunch. The fact that the kids display a sharing attitude to me vastly outweighs the fact that what is being shared is a cupcake. Instead of instilling an attitude of cooperation and friendship between the children, rules like this tell them it is better to be selfish and keep their selfless attitudes to themselves. No wonder we have a generation of self absorbed, unfocused kids coming into the workplace now.

Teach kids to read and write, to do math and science, to learn about their history, and to learn the Constitution and how government works so that they know they can influence how this nation governs itself instead of believing that government is some kind of supernatural all knowing entity that knows what is best for them. They need to realize that government is just people, people just like them who actually learned enough about it to be involved in it for good or bad reasons.

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You are disconnecting yourself far too much from what religion is to believe the world Marriage isn't universal, because it is.

The result is a conflict within Christian denominations, particularly between conservative (ie Evangelical) and progressive (ie Episcopal) where the latter will marry gays under Christianity, violating the Evangelical's beliefs.

My argument was in direct concern to religious freedom. If a homosexual couple wants to be married under their faith, then no other church, even those based off the same beliefs, should intervene. The Catholic church is caught in the middle with many gay followers that can't 'officially' be married under Catholicism, although many priests are doing it.


Since Christ himself stated that marriage was a union between one man and one woman and had been since the beginning, those that do not follow that are not holding to their title of "Christian" since that term means a follower of Christ's teaching. It is like saying that you believe in capitalism, big business, small government, self governance and personal freedom and calling yourself a Socialist or Fascist or Communist. The belief and title just do not go together.

Marriage has existed outside of Christianity, and follows different rules depending on the culture, but if you want to follow different rules, you must claim to be a follower of that culture that accepts the rules you want to follow.

Since marriage is tied to Religion, then according to the separation of church and state, government should have no dealings with marriage, therefore they should offer no benefits of any kind based on marital status. Allow the definition of marriage to fall under the churches/religious associations and respect each of their beliefs. No forcing one to accept the others rules. No forcing conservative Christians to accept homosexual marriages and no forcing religions that believe in polygamy into accepting monogamy. The government should not care if someone has five wives as long as there is no benefit from the government related to that fact. No filing taxes jointly, no deductions for number of children, no rules on divorce(let it be handled by their faith leaders).

Either we accept all definitions of marriage or we accept the original, once words begin to be redefined on a constant basis they lose their meaning entirely.

As for an earlier mention of legalizing drugs, no, just no, our country is full of enough deadbeats and brain dead people already we don't need to create more.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/4/2014 10:46:03 AM , Rating: 2
So marriage is a right? Funny but I thought the State had to issue a marriage licence before a marriage was legally recognized.

Wouldn't that make it a privilege?

Just food for thought. But trying to turn everything into a civil rights issue is a bit tiring. I can't believe someone as intelligent as you likened thus to segregation. Come on!

quote:

Legalize gay marriage, legalize drugs, and legalize (but properly enforce distribution of) guns. I don't see how this is more than 6 hours of legislation


You just brought up Democracy, then say this? What about those who don't agree, shall they have no voice?

Seems you feel you have a moral imperative to shape our culture and country how you would see fit. No offense, but history has shown this thinking is often the most dangerous, and destructive.


RE: One of the best moment
By thurston2 on 3/3/2014 9:06:06 PM , Rating: 2
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I'd be happier if the LGBT community would be quiet, not parade in our faces their lifestyle


I feel the same about religious folks.


By TheEquatorialSky on 3/3/2014 9:30:23 PM , Rating: 2
I feel the same about pretty much everyone.


RE: One of the best moment
By DukeN on 3/3/2014 4:12:15 PM , Rating: 2
No one's forcing you to watch. Or keeping you from moving to Uganda.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/2014 4:38:01 PM , Rating: 2
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This alone speaks volumes about the person posting this comment


Ellen isn't funny. She's never been funny. America realized this like a decade ago when her then unfunny sitcom was cancelled.

So, of course, she played the "homophobia" card and accused everyone of being bigots. When the plain truth was, she just wasn't funny.

Every single time she's run into any adversary, she just plays the "I'm gay" card to get her way.

So yeah, I called her a dyke. Let's face it, she's rather manish. And I don't have respect for her, because of the way she manipulates people.

Seriously what's happened to the Internet when a guy can't call an ugly lesbian a dyke!? Don't come down on me with your politically correct nonsense, I'm not buying.

Jodie Foster is a lesbian and I LOVE her. Unlike Ellen she's:

1. Talented
2. Not annoying
3. Doesn't just trot out her sexuality when it's convenient
4. Doesn't look like a half-man


RE: One of the best moment
By thurston2 on 3/3/2014 9:10:41 PM , Rating: 2
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Seriously what's happened to the Internet when a guy can't call an ugly lesbian a dyke!?


The same thing that happened when you stopped being able to call an African American a nigger.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/4/2014 2:20:35 PM , Rating: 2
Dude you just said the N word. Totally uncalled for!

You bigots disgust me.


RE: One of the best moment
By EricMartello on 3/3/2014 4:01:18 PM , Rating: 1
quote:
And Brandon, Gravity was great until Bullock opened her mouth. The dialogue and her delivery was atrocious.


It would have been better if they focused more on her legs.


RE: One of the best moment
By MrBlastman on 3/3/2014 12:11:59 PM , Rating: 2
I watch movies... but mainly only enjoy films with good writing, which, sadly, are quite limited in circulation these days. I basically ignore all special-effects-fest films. Nothing can beat exquisitely written dialogue speckled with fantastic personalities, intriguing plot and rich depth to a story.

If I want action... I go watch Rambo or something similar. :) I can't handle modern special effects movies. The computer graphics and sketchy camera-work make the film a migraine-inducing blur that my eyes can't process.

Take that stupid movie Hunger Games--the idiotic twitch-cam helped me to turn off the movie only a few minutes into it. It was seizure inducing with less attention than a typical four-year old with undiagnosed ADHD sucking on a sugar-creme bar after snorting three pixie sticks and downing a bag full of jellybellys. Battle Royale was far superior--but alas, I wouldn't even consider that an intellectual tour-de-force.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/2014 12:25:08 PM , Rating: 2
Agree. Action for the sake of action rules the day.

Some of my favorite movies are action fests, but they were self aware. Or were "camp" if you prefer. But today EVERY movie tries to be The Dark Knight. Super serious action, guys!! We're too cynical to have fun!

Frankly I enjoyed "All is Lost" more than Gravity. Because you can identify with the protagonist and Robert Redford is obviously light years ahead of Bolluck in conveying genuine emotion to the viewer. And he didn't need to flap his pie hole the entire movie to do it. Survival>talking.

The Hunger Games sequel.. ugh. I love paying money for a movie with no story or ending.


RE: One of the best moment
By MrBlastman on 3/3/2014 2:44:48 PM , Rating: 2
Thankfully I didn't pay for Hunger Games. It was on Netflix. My Brother and I both nearly vomited a couple of minutes in and I asked him, "Hey, ever seen Battle Royale? It is way better."

He thanked me afterwards.

Lately it seems I can go months or years before I see something I consider a masterpiece. Thankfully Tarrantino churns one out every few. His dialogue is always incredible. I normally only see his films once so I don't spoil the original experience but about a week ago I caught part of Basterds on television again (which I rarely watch) and it reminded me how superior his writing is to practically anyone else.

R.I.P. Kubrick and all the other greats. With Bradbury and Hitchcock gone, as well as Clarke, we desperately need someone to fill their void.


RE: One of the best moment
By JediJeb on 3/3/2014 3:40:05 PM , Rating: 2
The state of science fiction movies truly is in decline lately. Even the SyFy channel has turned into the Zombie, Werewolf, Vampire channel lately along with a smattering of Mega Shark vs Giga Piranha movies. What happened to science fiction that it no longer talks about space? Scifi and Horror are two different genres to me.


RE: One of the best moment
By MrBlastman on 3/3/2014 3:51:22 PM , Rating: 2
Perhaps when I get published it will help change that? Who knows. :) I humbly submit that it'll take a lot of big changes in the science fiction genre to set it back on course--more than a single author can do alone.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/2014 5:07:54 PM , Rating: 2
Sad that the last good Sci-Fi movie that, you know, took place in actual SPACE was Serenity.

God...has it been that long??


RE: One of the best moment
By Solandri on 3/3/2014 3:28:42 PM , Rating: 2
I have a theory that the shaky camera technique was invented by movie directors whose parents shot lots of poorly handheld video of them as a kid, and forced them to watch. They thus grew immune to the nausea-inducing effects of the technique, and came to associate it with a more "realistic" presentation.

For those of us who didn't have home videos or whose parents used a tripod or had a steady hand when we were a kid, we can't stand these movies. Unfortunately I think we're becoming the minority as shaky cell phone camera videos have proliferated.

You saw a similar thing when HDTVs came out with frame interpolation to smooth the motion on 24 fps movies. People were used to "movies" being 24 fps, and "TV shows" 60 fps. They instantly hated it when the effect blurred the lines on their favorite movies, labeling it the soap opera effect.


RE: One of the best moment
By MrBlastman on 3/3/2014 3:49:21 PM , Rating: 2
Quite possibly you are right. I can't handle the shaky-cam, though. My eyes and brain process visual stimuli slower than the average person so I compensate with my hearing. When it gets shaky... it gets too blurry for me to follow.

I haven't noticed this on our new HDTV, though--but I haven't watched a lot of older movies on it yet as well, with a four year old, the majority of films I enjoy aren't suitable for a child of that age.


RE: One of the best moment
By thurston2 on 3/3/2014 9:15:49 PM , Rating: 2
Imagine that your brain processes slower than the average human.


RE: One of the best moment
By Reclaimer77 on 3/3/2014 4:47:24 PM , Rating: 2
They use shaky cam because it's cheaper and easier to do than setting up a solid shot with camera gurneys and booms etc etc.

Cheap and easy, take no risks. The slogan of modern-day Hollywood.


RE: One of the best moment
By bsd228 on 3/3/2014 3:41:37 PM , Rating: 3
quote:
Take that stupid movie Hunger Games--the idiotic twitch-cam helped me to turn off the movie only a few minutes into it. It was seizure inducing with less attention than a typical four-year old with undiagnosed ADHD sucking on a sugar-creme bar after snorting three pixie sticks and downing a bag full of jellybellys. Battle Royale was far superior--but alas, I wouldn't even consider that an intellectual tour-de-force.


I don't think Hunger Games was ever sold as an intellectual tour-de-force. And if you actually read portions of the books themselves, it really doesn't have much more depth. Just like the bulk of the Star Wars novels were barely deeper than the shallow screen play.

But...if you turned it off after just a few minutes, you're hardly qualified to review it in any meaningful way. You just sound like Abe Simpson shaking his fist on the lawn.

Odds are you're middle aged and you've seen all the basic movie concepts by now, so it takes a more impressive/unique movie to make an impression on you. But the teenagers that swarm to movies like HG haven't seen it before. It's new to them. How do you think Adam Sandler makes a living?


RE: One of the best moment
By MrBlastman on 3/3/2014 3:58:06 PM , Rating: 2
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Odds are you're middle aged and you've seen all the basic movie concepts by now, so it takes a more impressive/unique movie to make an impression on you.


Bingo! I'm 38. :)

I turned it off because it was hurting my brain. It can't handle poor camera-work like that.

Now, give me something thoughtful like say Bringing out the Dead or Adaptation (only a coincidence Cage was in both)--or brilliantly written like Inglourious Basterds... or perhaps a little bit of both with fantastic cinematography like 2001, Full Metal Jacket, Dr. Strangelove--aw hell, anything Kubrick and now we're talking.

Adaptation in particular is one film I enjoyed immensely. I have only seen it one time as that was enough--it is so layered and deep the average person might need to see it several times to even begin to grasp where it went and what it was getting at.


RE: One of the best moment
By chripuck on 3/3/2014 11:03:52 AM , Rating: 2
I didn't watch this because I had other less boring ways to spend my free time, but get off your high horse, unless you work every waking/non eating second of your day I'm sure you have relaxation time. For some this is that outlet.

Oh, and here's a hint, America's shining virtue of culture has been fascinated with Hollywood for 70 years, so unless you consider pre-Great Depression as some panacea of American culture, we've been in a "decline" since the 1930's.


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