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Jan 7 HandsomeDan commented on John Kerry Addresses the French People.
Huh, he has an American accent? No kidding. Someone once told me that he was actually from the United States, not sure if that's right though.
Apr 9, 2011 HandsomeDan commented on Leotards and Gaywads.
Stewart and Colbert are both unfunny retards. Those who find them either funny or not-retarded need to be relocated some ranch somewhere where they can be humanely slaughtered and harvested into leather so that those of us with triple-digit IQs and properly-functioning senses of humor may have sweet-ass Ramones jackets. Retards.
Apr 9, 2011 HandsomeDan commented on My Current Life Crisis.
Yes, it's worth it. Don't listen to reviews. Most reviewers are semi-literate mouth-breathing nut-scratchers; I wonder if most of 'em have EYES, let alone brains. If you're looking for informed opinons about current releases, you're better off asking the kids on the corner with tubes of Elmer's up their nose than some J-school medicocrity.

And if #6 hasn't seen a rotten movie redeemed by a beautiful actress he (assuming it's a he) is lacking either eyeballs or gonads. Or just doesn't see very many movies. Go see YOUR HIGHNESS.
Mar 22, 2011 HandsomeDan commented on "I Have Sex" — Bard University.
Way to go, kids. If this had been me in college, I woulda been holding a sign reading "I COLLECT COMIC BOOKS"
Mar 14, 2011 HandsomeDan commented on It Gets Better: Gregory Maguire.
#5 - Well, yeah.
Feb 11, 2011 HandsomeDan commented on A CPAC Moment.
SERIOUS QUESTION THAT HAS BEEN BOTHERING ME FOR SOME TIME: Does anybody know if Grindr was named after the Judas Priest song of the same (or very similar) name? I mean, c'mon, "GRINDERRRRRR! Loooooking for MEEEEAAAAT!!!"
Jan 31, 2011 HandsomeDan commented on Belgian Boy Growing Up In Ukrainian Orphanage Because Belgium Won't Let His Fathers Take Him Home.
Isn't it Ukraine that won't let these guys get their kid ("However, when their son was born and they went to pick him up [in Ukraine, right?] they were not allowed to leave the country with him....They went to the Ukraine and tried to take him over the border with them, but of course that didn't work either, it was considered abduction.")? I may be reading this incorrectly, but I don't see what the Belgain gov't can do about it if Ukraine simply refuses to let him go.
Oct 1, 2010 HandsomeDan commented on It Gets Better: Take It From Some Card-Carrying Members of the ACLU.
#6 - But #2's point is that, while something like the SN-DA might get indifferent administrations off their keisters, the programs they'd have to implement as a result would likely accomplish very little. I don't doubt the sincerity of people who support laws like the one referred to in this post, and I don't oppose them myself - I suppose they're not going to do any (further) *harm* to put-upon kids. But I see anti-bullying programs as liberals' version of abstinence education: an attempt to keep teenagers from doing something that they're more or less hard-wired to want to do (screw on the one hand, act like utter shits to those lower on the pecking order on the other). Like I said, pass the law, give it a shot - I wrote and "demanded" that my Representative vote for it - but I would be mightily and happily suprised if it amounted to anything.
Sep 20, 2010 HandsomeDan commented on What She Said.
I think that the mass archiving of each American's every embarrassing photo or retarded statement will be good news for the Elena Kagans of the world - bloodless, smirking, inoffensive careerists whose every move from age 8 on is evaluated beforehand in terms of how it will look when they run for city dog catcher in 2027.

Hypocrisy is much more resilient than you give it credit for; probably it's a more or less permanent feature of human nature. Nice rhetoric beats the facts every time - recall that socially conservative bloody-shirt-waving is most effective in the parts of the country that are most enthusiastic about divorce, substance abuse, speaking in tongues and other forms of social dysfunction. People vote for the people they want to be like, not the people that they ARE like (and they don't even change their minds when it's revealed that the gulf is narrower than they think - see David Vitter, Larry Craig, seemingly busybody SoCon, etc.)

In other words, you should probably stop expecting people to behave rationally.

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