Steve Hofstetter. .... ... .. .. Stop cursing! ltd? four year old Audience Member Your four year old son is here'? At a comedy show. In a bar. At a casino. He'  totally Not OC
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #5 - dillnyethepikleguy
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I never understood why people would drag their kids along to places they shouldn't have kids in, then complain about what their kid sees. You have a kid, don't take to environments that aren't kid friendly. Get a babysitter if you want to go out to an adult seen. Can't afford one? Ask a trusted neighbor. Can't get anyone to watch your kid? I hate to say it but tough ****, stay home with them. They're your kid, your responsibility. You're an adult, you had a kid in the first place, you should be mature enough to be able to sacrifice a bit of fun to make sure you're raising your child well. End rant.
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User avatar #33 to #5 - wtfduud
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The same thing could be said about funnyjunk.
If it's too much to handle, then the kids just shouldn't be here.
#40 to #33 - anon id: 4d63ce35
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There's too much **** to handle because kids are here.
#68 to #5 - chonfobetti
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Good job at saying exactly what this post says
User avatar #60 to #5 - dyllygaf
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Oh my god, there was a lady in the movie theater i was in with a baby that kept making noises and ****, and the movie my friend and I were seeing was We're the Millers. Seriously? Who would bring a baby to an R rated movie like that?
User avatar #69 to #60 - datlaugh
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Maybe someone who understands that a baby can't understand the words in the movie...
User avatar #31 to #5 - officialjg
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If only most parents thought like this.
User avatar #70 to #5 - spanishiqiustion
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i almost ran out of breath reading that
#95 to #5 - shrolen
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Why the **** is adult censored for anons? wtf
#146 to #5 - awesomechardey
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User avatar #29 to #5 - mondominiman
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I saw plenty of kids and babies as well as service dogs when I was dragged to Hemp fest a few months ago.
User avatar #41 to #5 - mylazy
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Of course, if they can afford to go out, they should be able to afford to pay for a baby sitter for a few hours.
User avatar #114 to #41 - captainrattrap
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Hell, I'd do it free of charge if you provide the condoms and lube!!*

*I do not condone or commit pedophilia. It is wrong, however, the use of it as practical comedy can have comedic purposes, which is why I use it in a sarcastic way here. Again, I reiterate that I do not and will not commit any sexual act upon a child or minor and any use of this statement against me is not justifiable by law.
#127 to #114 - joelis
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Thumbed for the disclaimer.
User avatar #27 to #5 - folkflunky
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#6 to #4 - nationalanthem
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no.. stupid people grow up and seize to be stupid.. and if they're too stupid for that.. well, it's gonna sort it out itself... natural selection and such^^
User avatar #9 to #6 - malific
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Humanity has stopped natural selection in it's own race. Natural Selection is part of Evolution, and is caused with how a species reacts to it's environment, while the best suited to that environment get's to survive and breed.

Humanity controls its environment and while protecting and fostering the weak and useless. And the best breeders are the cam whores on social media, the playboys that ditch when a girls gets pregnant and welfare check baby poppers.

Face it, we've hit our peak. It's all down hill from here, enjoy the ride.
#97 to #9 - tyraxio
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Depends on what you mean by our peak. Yes, we have stopped evolving biologically. There is no doubt we won't get much further due to "evolutionary interference squad" aka health system, but that's not a bad thing, obviously. We value individual life higher than the savage Nazi mentality that what is the most important in the strength of the species. But what is more important is that we have not stopped evolving technologically and socially. By technological, I mean we are making amazing inventions every day, and by socially, I mean new forms of society are created all the time as well. In the last few hundred years, society as we know it have arised, and with is comes ideologies like socialism, conservatism, libertarianism etc. And also, refrain from thinking intelligence is mainly gene-decided. This is not true. Do you know why the Jackson's living in a trailer park in Texas are stupid? Not because of their genes, but due to environment. They were probably never really engaged in school, got involved in bad company, and the rest is history. We are moving closer to a more optimal educational system every day and we need to cherish that. Evolution is not over - but our biological make-up can't get a lot better than it currently is.
User avatar #139 to #97 - drakkira **User deleted account**
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I'm disappointed you have not been aknowledged on this reply as much as you should have. This is a more than logical explanation towards are current state as a species, as we are not one of the more "normal" animals. While others biologically evolve further, we have the capacity to create technology that allows us to extend our abilties beyond that of anything biologically possible, and that tech will continue to improve and evolve by our hand. The only thing biologically disversifying about us is our ever changing landscape of knowledge. Our expanded social ability through use of technology also takes part in this as it is now easier than ever to access all the knowledge we need with just a few clicks of a mouse. it is communication across the human species that achieves these great things... minds working together. Sorry, I got carried away... point is, technology is our future and tbh at the rate its evolving the future doesn't look as bleak to me as it does to most.
User avatar #150 to #139 - malific
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Hadn't replied since I hadn't been back to the website since making my comment.

In answer to technology, and tyraxio's question of what i define as peak, I WAS referring to it in a purely biological sense.

As to the Jackson's yes intelligence is VERY largely effected by our environment. But it is also partially by our genetics. My point being that biologically, we are no longer basing our breeding choices on things like strength and intelligence but on social aspects like wealth and beauty.

I'm well aware we can increase our evolution artificially through technology, but again I don't really consider it evolution, since that is a reaction to one's environment, instead we will be modifying ourselves.

One point I like to think about on that, is fully integrating ourselves with nano technology. Imagine Nanobots in your system that continuously repair cells will simultaneously foraging in the environment around you for needed base materials such as proteins, iron, and other things on an atomic level.

The next day you know you have a rear seat in a class where the professor is particularly soft spoken, so you use your cell phone to instruct your nanites that you need a 150% increase in your hearing capability. Then you go to bed and when you wake up the next morning they've modified your ears, ear drum, and canal to increase your hearing, and your overall ability to pick out specific sounds.
User avatar #53 to #9 - toosexyforyou
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You and everyone reading this should know that humans are nowhere near our peak. The average lifespan for a species is millions of years, we're not even close.
User avatar #54 to #53 - toosexyforyou
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The species that we belong to (Homo sapiens sapiens) has been around for around 200,000 years and the average lifespan of a species is between 1 million to 10 million years. We're 20% done and 100,000 years ago we domesticated ******* cats, you can be sure that this is nowhere near our peak.

www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/library/03/2/l_032_04.html
www.nhm.ac.uk/nature-online/life/human-origins/modern-human-evolution/when/index.html
User avatar #151 to #54 - malific
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Again. Evolution is a process where a species reacts to it's environment. Something humans control, no other species controls their environment, so studies on other species mean nothing to human evolution.

I'm not saying we're going to die out, I highly doubt we ever will unless we make the world unlivable before we've got the ability to spread to other planets/solar systems. I'm simply saying we're done 'evolving' into a better version of ourselves. The humans you see now are going to be the same that you're going to meet in the next 10 million years.
#11 to #9 - nationalanthem
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this is just my luck that one time i try to be funny... i couldn't agree more with you except for on two points.. 1: you said "Humanity has stopped natural selection in it's own race" we're not A race we're a species.. and 2: this is not our peak.. it's sodom and gomorrah in every major city..
User avatar #13 to #11 - malific
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I was using race as in "human race," fully aware we're a species.

AS to sodom and gomorrah, yes it's bad but they won't allow those areas and all those peopel to die off which would probably us help quite a bit (the smart ones would get out in time or only commute there).

They'll just keep being stupid and making more. I suppose we could end up with gutter humanity and master race humanity as the smart ones refuse to breed with the trash... but with how society is, that will just turn into the whole Wealthy 1% situation we currently have.

User avatar #22 to #6 - callan
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We live in a world that goes out of its way to stop natural selection in its tracks.
User avatar #15 to #6 - twistedwoodthing
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*cease
User avatar #135 to #4 - Cleavland Steamer
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and then there's alzheimers
#10 - wardenspectre
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'*******, sexual inference, flagged for removal.
User avatar #16 to #10 - feffog
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youre retarded
#47 to #16 - rakuraimasuta
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#38 to #16 - tehtrollface
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User avatar #39 to #16 - seaofcoltrane
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*you're

#34 to #16 - JudasLitl
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this is how smart you look right now
this is how smart you look right now
#120 to #34 - yaybacon
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Here take this!
Here take this!
#30 to #16 - DremoraValkynaz
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No, but I'm pretty sure you are.
#42 to #16 - wwttff
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What the ****? Why did he get so many reds? People please go **** your irrational selves
User avatar #63 to #42 - dig
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He got so many red thumbs because wardenspectre was making a joke about the recent change to the stricter **** classification rules and feffog took it seriously.
#145 to #63 - wwttff
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Hmmmmm I don't think so. I think Warden is capitalizing on the fact that the subject is one that has recently getting a lot of negative attention. Just pointing out the thumb whore.
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User avatar #43 to #42 - feffog
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**** happens, not like it matters,
#45 to #43 - wwttff
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i just hate idiocy
User avatar #65 to #10 - nigeltheoutlaw
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I love Justin Bieber. I'm his #1 fan. I love cock so bad. Oh god, please give it to me. needs all the help he can get.
User avatar #56 to #10 - miscarriage
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are you posting this on every content?
#32 - Dakafal
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One of my most frustrating movie-going experiences was when I went to go see Iron Man 3. There was a woman sitting behind me with some of her little kids, aged between 6 and 12ish. Throughout the movie, her kids found it excessively amusing every time someone died; they would laugh every time, loudly. Then when it reached the point where RDJ calls the kid a pussy, the mom got all butthurt and immediately(and loudly) tells her kids to never use language like that. She told her kids that nearly every time someone cursed, for the rest of the movie, all the while her kids are laughing at every death like it was the funniest thing they'd ever seen. So now the movies over, and I see the mom talking to her kids outside the theater. Talking about **** like "Did you guys enjoy the movie?" and all that. And then she makes the point of reminding them AGAIN not to ever curse, and then commented that she thought the movie was supposed to be kid friendly and that language like that wasn't necessary. That did it for me. I walked over and asked what the hell was wrong with her. I said "What the hell is wrong with you? First of all, you have no right to complain about the language, the movie is rated PG-13, and none of your kids are that old. It also clearly describes in the rating that there is language, so you have no excuse for your ignorance. And second of all, maybe you should be more concerned with the fact that your children laughed at death and serious-minded violence like it was slapstick comedy, that could imply some psychological issues, or you've simply been lax in governing both what your children view and what you teach them."

I think I upset her.
User avatar #44 to #32 - Bad Man
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Good for you, bro.
User avatar #71 to #32 - XzipitX
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when i went to see "Avatar" on it's opening night, there was a 12 year old (approx) sitting in the row infront of mine who felt the need to read all of the subtitles aloud, like, very aloud.
User avatar #74 to #32 - Dwarf
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You should have just moved, dick.
User avatar #80 to #74 - Dakafal
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I think you missed the point. I will first address your statement. First of all, I should not have to move seats while in the theater, because other people should be courteous enough not to disrupt others. Second, it was Iron Man 3 on opening weekend, there was no available seat to move Third, the woman and her children were disruptive enough that they bothered the whole theater, moving anywhere withing the same room would not have helped. And finally, it is not within the nature of my personality to let other people be so rude and/or misguided in public without addressing them, I am quite vocal. Now that that is settled, let's move on. I didn't even have that big of a problem with them disrupting the movie. The problem was that this woman obviously didn't know how to raise her children because she was more concerned with a few bad words, than she was with her children finding death and violence humorous. Now, I enjoy violence and action based games, movies, and television as much as the next guy. But if my kid saw someone on a show die, in a situation that was not intended to be comical, and laughed, I would be worried about both my child, and how well I had raised them. Or do you disagree?
#82 to #80 - Dwarf
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**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #496480 at Pokemon ** I disagree strongly. They should be courteous, but there's no reason to be rude about it. Are you trying to be as childish as her kids? Secondly, you knew it was going to be crowded, so that's your fault. You knew that when you got in a big crowd, people were going to be loud. Thirdly, I doubt they bothered the whole theater. I'm sure they would have been removed. Finally, you purposely went out of your way to upset her. If it were that big of a deal, ask her to stop after the first few times it happened. There's no sense in waiting until it's over to be an ass.
User avatar #88 to #82 - Dakafal
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You're still missing it. I clearly said I really didn't have that much of a problem with her disrupting the movie.
User avatar #81 to #32 - smokekusheveryday
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I sure hope you did....
#142 to #32 - anon id: d841c5c2
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In her defense iron man and super hero movies alike are marketed more torwards children and not self entitled neck beards with self restraint issues. It's honestly a pretty low move to insult a kids mom in front of them it probably ****** the kids day up more than the moms,and all over her trying to be a good parent, even if it annoyed you I highly doubt she was screaming it at the top of her lungs in the theatre and could have been easily ignored, but instead you decided that this was your moment to shine and you could finally be a dick without getting your ass kicked.
#143 to #142 - anon id: d841c5c2
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The neckbeard army is with you so I doubt any rational people will read this comment but if you try to insult a kids parent much less their mom in front of their ******* kids you are a pussy and honestly deserved to get your ass kicked. Regardless of what the mom did unless it's beating the **** out her kids or something along those lines, you should put your tampon in and be a decent ******* person and if you feel the need to try to assert yourself as a badass don't do it around kids, I know and you all know if you had a relationship with your mom and someone came up and insulted her it would completely **** up your day.
User avatar #49 to #32 - newsuperyoshi
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If I could, I would give you an award.
#102 to #32 - redteamgriff
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Your face throughout the movie
User avatar #52 to #32 - stealingbikes
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Awesome. Reminds me of a concert the wife and me went to a month ago that was headlined by 10 Years, Sevendust, Halestorm and Five Finger Death Punch. During 5FPD's set they called all the kids in the audience onto the stage and about 30 or so kids went up (all helped up by Ivan Moody, which I thought was cool as ****), but the majority of them were pre teens and even younger. Blew my mind. Once they were all up on stage and lined up, Ivan says "Now it's time to teach these youngsters what true ******* metal is" and they performed Burn ************ with the kids still on stage.
Didn't see anyone get butthurt, and I was sure someone was going to throw a bitch fit over it. I was more than a little surprised. Too bad the cunt from your story wasn't at that show with those kids.
User avatar #55 to #32 - darkangeloffire
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i remember when I went to see Watchmen with my mother. I was 14 but mature enough to sit through Watchmen. I was sitting by a 8-10 year old who was scared silent by the movie. And when the sex scene between Silk Spectre and Night Owl came on, his face was ******* hilarious. What made it funnier was his grandfather was trying to explain stuff to him and this kid was just staring at the sex. I had a good giggle when I left the movie.
User avatar #103 to #32 - Crusader
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While I agree with your points.

You were a twat.

You didn't have to lose your cool, you could have just indeed your own business, your interaction served as nothing but further fuel for her to use to complain about language, purely because you lost your cool.

Not to mention, they were kids laughing at death scenes, most likely playing it up trying to seem more mature than they were. It doesn't imply psychological issues, it shows immaturity.
User avatar #118 to #103 - Dakafal
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I wouldn't really say I lost my cool. I didn't raise my voice, I just reached a point where I made no effort to keep my contempt for her in check. Did I come across as a dick? Probably, and it probably wasn't the best way to handle the situation. I just really hate displays of bad parenting, and I'm the kind of person who isn't afraid to say something.
#51 to #32 - ZeDoodler
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Sounds too idealistic.    
   
Not doubting something like this happened, just how much you twisted your own words.
Sounds too idealistic.

Not doubting something like this happened, just how much you twisted your own words.
#57 to #51 - Dakafal
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These are the kind of things you can say to people on the fly when you dated the captain of the debate team for 4 years.
User avatar #115 to #57 - ZeDoodler
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I'm sorry, but nobody talks like that on the fly. Especially to a random every day citizen.

I'm not saying you're incapable of saying something like that, but what you said just seems too... scripted. It sounds like one of those heroic speeches you hear at the end of a movie that shuts the bitch up without a chance to retort while the crowd begins a slow clap.

Life doesn't work like that, to a typical citizen there's no way you could get out that entire line to her without her being so wrapped up in her own stupid that she wouldn't cut you off.

Something believable to me would've been, "I was sitting in the movies when the kids were laughing at the death scene and the mom started complaining about the swearing for the fifth time when I turned to her and said,

'It's bad enough that your sadistic kids are cackling at every death-scene like a slapstick comedy, but having to listen to you complain about swearing in a pg-13 movie every five seconds is starting to get on my nerves. Please quiet down, I'm trying to watch the movie.'"

I'm sorry, real life only allows for quick one-liners, not scripts... It's what I find so hard to believe about this story.
User avatar #116 to #115 - Dakafal
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So if she was something other than an ordinary citizen would it have been different? Joke aside, I don't know why that sounds so unbelievable. That's just the way I form arguments. I speak very properly in a way that makes it sound well put together. Also, I had been upset with her behavior since she started speaking during the movie, and had all that time to think of reasons why she was wrong. I didn't plan on talking to her afterward, but I did have some idea as to what I would say if I did talk to her. So it wasn't totally "on the fly", but it was by no means scripted.
User avatar #119 to #116 - ZeDoodler
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Look, between the fact that she didn't cut you off at all, didn't retort, and for some reason that a parent complaining about swearing was "the last straw," it just doesn't seem realistic.

People twist their words all the time, exaggerating small details to give subtle boosts to your argument. As a boyfriend to the captain of the debate team, you probably know this.

For example, you say you dated her for 4 years to add emphasis on length, when realistically it was probably 1 1/2-2 years.

Hell, I do it all the time. It's a good tactic for winning an argument.
User avatar #123 to #119 - Dakafal
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Lol, she certainly did retort after I finished. Ironically, it involved a lot of swearing. She never did cut me off though.

And my how I wish I had exaggerated the length of time I dated that cunt.
User avatar #124 to #123 - ZeDoodler
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Sorry buddy, if what you did is AS true to the POINT as you said, all you did is waste a bunch of air on a bitch that otherwise didn't deserve it.

And you need to get your priorities straight
Parent complaining about swearing: Normal and something you shouldn't get mad about

Kids cackling throughout a movie: Annoying as **** and should be punished
#132 to #124 - Dakafal
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What's done is done. I said in reply to someone else's comment that I know I came across as a dick and it probably wasn't the best way to handle the situation. I'm just the type of person to say something, and if I could stop myself from doing it, then I wouldn't have done it. I do appreciate that you chose to have an intelligent discussion with me though, instead of being a stupid cunt.
User avatar #136 to #132 - ZeDoodler
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Hate to be that dick who says it, but you probably don't have too many friends if this is what you act like on a regular basis. Gonna be more than a few people you run into who don't want to be told how to live their life.

And no problem, you're actually the first person to not to be on the complete defensive and bite at my balls for challenging his comment.

So thank you for that.
User avatar #137 to #136 - Dakafal
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Oh no, please don't assume I act like this all the time. I would be the biggest twat of all time if this is how I carried myself in person. That being said, I wouldn't judge how many friends someone has based on a thread on an image-sharing site.
User avatar #138 to #137 - ZeDoodler
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I didn't judge you by the thread per say, just the comment about how you couldn't stop yourself lol makes me think that something like this happens all the time
User avatar #140 to #138 - Dakafal
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It happens when I encounter a special kind of stupid in public, so only once every couple months at the most. I can assure you I'm actually a really nice guy overall haha.
#141 to #140 - ZeDoodler
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You and me both, brother
You and me both, brother
User avatar #104 to #57 - Crusader
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Oh, so you're a master-debater
#117 to #104 - Dakafal
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.....maybe
.....maybe
User avatar #64 to #57 - zenith
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Or when you just do policy debate yourself during high school.

Either one teaches you how to b e a dick.
User avatar #75 to #64 - Dakafal
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It was a really long and difficult 4 years.
User avatar #76 to #75 - zenith
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I suppose so.

If your boyfriend did policy debate, all we are generally are hipsters and philosophers.
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Steve Hofstetter Stand Up Comedy - Don't Censor Comedians Sause
User avatar #128 to #14 - poniesareghey
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I smacked my laptop around and cursed at it because I thought the speakers were going after only a few months before I switched to earbuds and realized the audio recording was ****.
User avatar #131 to #128 - poniesareghey
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Oh wait nevermind I think my audio drivers are ******** the bed again.
#73 to #14 - johnpoppy
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Thank you good Sir!
User avatar #17 - saltyfries
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Censorship is like refusing to give a man a steak because the baby can't chew it

i know I'm quoting from frontpage, but **** it, it's relevant
User avatar #19 to #17 - callan
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You're not quoting front page. You're quoting Mark Twain.
User avatar #21 to #19 - saltyfries
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whom frequently makes frontpage
User avatar #59 to #21 - randomserb
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You don't use whom for the subject of a sentence.
User avatar #23 to #21 - callan
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Huh, never noticed.
#107 to #19 - troxell
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mark twain actually never said that
#100 - hentaisweetie
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>take your toddler to a place that's intended for people 21+
>expect all the adults to act child appropriate
#36 - rokulda
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mfw going to see Gabriel Iglesias on sunday at the Coronado Theatre   
ANY FUNNYJUNKERS IN ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS?
mfw going to see Gabriel Iglesias on sunday at the Coronado Theatre
ANY FUNNYJUNKERS IN ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS?
User avatar #46 to #36 - fiftytwofruitcakes
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I live a couple hours away from there actually, I didn't expect such a big name to perform around there.
User avatar #78 to #46 - rokulda
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WE LIVE WITHIN A COUPLE HOURS OF EACHOTHER. I SHALL FRIEND YOU IMMEDIATELY.
User avatar #79 to #78 - fiftytwofruitcakes
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Are you from Rockford I assume?
User avatar #84 to #79 - rokulda
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It is about 15 minutes away from Rockford
User avatar #83 to #79 - rokulda
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No, i'm from Winnebago, you may have heard of it.
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User avatar #122 to #83 - fiftytwofruitcakes
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I can't say I have actually. Have you heard of Taylorville?
User avatar #149 to #122 - rokulda
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no I have not heard of that
User avatar #72 to #46 - stevenrm **User deleted account**
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its a huge town, home to the sock monkey
User avatar #77 to #72 - rokulda
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Is it really?
User avatar #85 to #77 - stevenrm **User deleted account**
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yea there is a museum there that is on the history of Rockford and it showed how they came up with the sock monkey
User avatar #86 to #85 - rokulda
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**** *****
User avatar #89 to #36 - coldfusion
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what waaaaaaah!!!!!
I live in Aurora, could you post a link or something to where he's going to be, please?
User avatar #93 to #92 - coldfusion
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ty
User avatar #111 to #36 - fullmetaldonut
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he was in cheyenne and I still didnt have a **** to give.
User avatar #58 to #36 - newforomador
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Lucky bastard. He's my favorite comedian, and I haven't been able to go to any of his shows.
#7 - beerwench
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As irritating as assholes who bring a baby to the movie theater! Should NOT be allowed!
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User avatar #20 to #18 - callan
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Their owners? they aren't slaves or property. They're people. And it's actually required for the CAREGIVERS to take them out for public events. Something to do with normalizing the mentally retarded into society.
User avatar #28 to #7 - infiniteduress
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There used to be a soundproofed room called the crying room, where families with babies could watch the movie. It had its own audio and made the movie much more enjoyable for everyone, but movie theaters cut costs and extra rooms in each cinema was deemed an unnecessary expense.

Fun Fact: George R. R. Martin recently renovated a 100 year old theater and uses its crying room to escape from fans when they get ornery at him for renovating a theater instead of writing A Song of Ice and Fire.
#147 to #28 - beerwench
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That is a cool little factoid I did not know. I know that Chunkys' Cinema has "family friendly" showings to kind of segregate the little ones from the masses but I will never understand people bringing little ones to a regular theater.
User avatar #61 to #28 - sparkyoneonetwo
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every public place ever should have them rooms. It should also be illegal not to use them.