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#192 - Ian Mckellan is an artist. What he does is an art. Acting is m…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/17/2014 on Gandalf the Grave 0
User avatar #197 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
in the post he's crying because he's doing it alone
and cgi doesn't make his job easier it makes it harder
he has to make the audience believe he's in a tiny house instead of a green studio floor
#13 - Yup, yes it is. 05/17/2014 on Intricate hair patterns +9
#186 - I'm saying that using so much CGI with a Shakespearean actor i…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Gandalf the Grave 0
User avatar #190 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
if he's crying because acting with a greescreen is below him he's not just a bitch he's an arrogant one
User avatar #192 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Ian Mckellan is an artist. What he does is an art. Acting is making people believe that you and an atmosphere are something they're not, and a man having a computer do it because he does not believe the actors are capable is an insult. I don't think you understand the perspective here.
User avatar #197 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
in the post he's crying because he's doing it alone
and cgi doesn't make his job easier it makes it harder
he has to make the audience believe he's in a tiny house instead of a green studio floor
#57 - If they don't make as much money off tips as they would with m… 05/17/2014 on Justice 0
#11 - Jokes like this can be funny in your circle of friends, but yo…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Intricate hair patterns +34
User avatar #21 - matrixone (05/17/2014) [-]
he was joking, you should try it sometime
User avatar #33 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/18/2014) [-]
"Jokes like this can be funny in your circle of friends"

Oh, you just caught me reading, you should try it sometime.
#12 - nimbull (05/17/2014) [-]
"It more or less makes you the lowest of the low" this coming from mrtwilightsparkle
User avatar #31 - oceanfrank (05/17/2014) [-]
I'd rather have a brony as a best friend than an insensitive fuckwad who thinks racism in a seriously cynical sense is funny.
User avatar #16 - derpsenderp (05/17/2014) [-]
Even though he's right, I still lol'd.
User avatar #13 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Yup, yes it is.
#180 - Yeah, I understand that the Hobbit was supposed to be lighthea… 05/17/2014 on Gandalf the Grave 0
#178 - >"This is the same thing as people saying the music no…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Gandalf the Grave 0
User avatar #184 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
either im missing your point or you're missing mine
User avatar #186 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
I'm saying that using so much CGI with a Shakespearean actor is an insult and he's not being a little bitch.
User avatar #190 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
if he's crying because acting with a greescreen is below him he's not just a bitch he's an arrogant one
User avatar #192 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Ian Mckellan is an artist. What he does is an art. Acting is making people believe that you and an atmosphere are something they're not, and a man having a computer do it because he does not believe the actors are capable is an insult. I don't think you understand the perspective here.
User avatar #197 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
in the post he's crying because he's doing it alone
and cgi doesn't make his job easier it makes it harder
he has to make the audience believe he's in a tiny house instead of a green studio floor
#27 - Basically what this guy is saying in a more crass way than nee… 05/17/2014 on Seinfeld 0
#170 - Yeah, I could drone on for awhile about the things that could …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Gandalf the Grave +1
#177 - poontanglife (05/17/2014) [-]
I agree, the things i dislike about the hobbit movies werent so much that they differed from the books, but more about how bloated they felt, how much unnecessary cgi they used, how fake the overal feel to them were when LOTR by comparisson was some of the most authentic and real looking fantasy movies ever created, it was gritty and true, the hobbit is unreal and bloated - besides that its a fine blockbuster, Peter Jackson just completly lost his touch in create a soulful living world, and instead got addicted to overblown cgi mega budget juggarnaut blockbusters.
Viggo Mortensen has a great interview where he says how much he dislikes the new style that Peter Jackson has taken, he felt that even towards the end of LOTR Peter Jackson started to get alittle too happy about overblown CGI - like the mumakil legolas scene, which was fine for a scene, but would be stupid for 2 hours like the Hobbit more or less were - which Viggo also explains.
User avatar #180 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Yeah, I understand that the Hobbit was supposed to be lighthearted and comical, but there were things that just irked me. One of the little, most insignificant things that just pissed me off was the dwarves' noses. In the LOTR, normal sized nose. Thorin? Normal nose. But then half of them had noses bigger than their fists. I guess a lot of it was just inconsistency. I personally thought the first Hobbit movie was fantastic, I watched that shit over and over again. But the second was pretty meh. It couldn't really keep my attention. Also, I understand he's trying to do the "Relive the trilogy" thing, but the Hobbit would've been SO much better in just two.
#39 - I'm not even kidding, when you breach about the $40-$50 mark, …  [+] (7 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Sad but true -1
User avatar #81 - hideyoshi (05/17/2014) [-]
I wouldnt say that, though i do agree with you to a point. if you're buying them for personal entertainment, then yeah, 50 is a good range for sound quality. however, if you're using them for audio production, then you definitely want that extra balance and clarity you get from some of the more expensive models.
#54 - kaotron (05/17/2014) [-]
yeah, when I was younger, I didnt care for quality, I just got the cheapest headphones I could buy and because of that they had a very short life span so matter how well you take care of them they were destined to break within a few months.

So i learned that it's better to invest into slightly better headphones (the most I'd ever spend on headphones are $20-$40) so they could last years instead of months.

but I've come to the realization that beats by dre are just like iphones, as in they exist more as an expensive fashion accessory/status symbol than they do for their intended purpose...
User avatar #57 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
I like being a guy of at least average intelligence. I can get copycats of nice things for a much cheaper price, and a lot of the time the copycats are more durable. Headphones, and clothes are wonderful examples of this. Except shoes. I buy shoes in April when they're all on sale, and I can get my one pair of shoes that last me throughout the year for $30 as opposed to $120.
#59 - kaotron (05/17/2014) [-]
yeah, even as a kid, I've never cared much for brands (it's not like im trying hard to impress anyone) and whenever I heard other people bragging about how much $ they spent on their branded clothing/accesories I just laughed at them because they were brainwashed sheep.

maybe it's also because I'm cheap but I usually only buy casual clothes & decent shoes when on sale too. other than that the only time I spend disposable income is on a few video games..
User avatar #63 - acemcgunner (05/17/2014) [-]
no because you're a jew kidding
User avatar #60 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Wake up, sheeple please don't hurt me
#53 - kaotron has deleted their comment.
#30 - This would be me. 05/17/2014 on Alarm Clocks +3
#222 - While it's true that PC games bug a lot more than consoles, co… 05/17/2014 on Never Forget the True Enemy 0
#35 - They peep lots. Enough to make you tear your ears out. Luckil… 05/17/2014 on Sums up what life is all... 0
#34 - Hey, I'll share my experience with you from when I bought a du…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/17/2014 on Sums up what life is all... +7
User avatar #35 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
They peep lots. Enough to make you tear your ears out. Luckily I have parakeets too and those things are loud as shit so I'm used to it. But prepare yourself. You do however get used to the peeping after a few days, and a lot of the time if it's getting really annoying you can start talking to your duck. Another thing I do when the duckling is scared is hold it up to your chest so it can feel your heartbeat. There is no psychological reason for this to work on birds, but somehow it does. The heartbeat is supposed to remind them of being lil' fetuses, when they were safe from everything. But birds don't experience that. However somehow it works and it calms my ducky right down.

Suggestion: Name any drakes(Male ducks) Richard so you can call them "Dick the Duck".
#164 - I honestly don't get why you're getting red thumbs. There are…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Gandalf the Grave +2
#168 - poontanglife (05/17/2014) [-]
People are fanboys i guess, the Hobbit movies were just fine, they just wasnt on level with the previous middle earth movies ad in that regard they disapointed.
User avatar #170 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Yeah, I could drone on for awhile about the things that could have been done better. In reality, most of it film stuff, not lore-based. I actually really like a lot of the stuff Peter Jackson changed. However I will never forgive him for cutting out the Old Forest in the Fellowship. Arguably one of the most important parts in that book.
#177 - poontanglife (05/17/2014) [-]
I agree, the things i dislike about the hobbit movies werent so much that they differed from the books, but more about how bloated they felt, how much unnecessary cgi they used, how fake the overal feel to them were when LOTR by comparisson was some of the most authentic and real looking fantasy movies ever created, it was gritty and true, the hobbit is unreal and bloated - besides that its a fine blockbuster, Peter Jackson just completly lost his touch in create a soulful living world, and instead got addicted to overblown cgi mega budget juggarnaut blockbusters.
Viggo Mortensen has a great interview where he says how much he dislikes the new style that Peter Jackson has taken, he felt that even towards the end of LOTR Peter Jackson started to get alittle too happy about overblown CGI - like the mumakil legolas scene, which was fine for a scene, but would be stupid for 2 hours like the Hobbit more or less were - which Viggo also explains.
User avatar #180 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Yeah, I understand that the Hobbit was supposed to be lighthearted and comical, but there were things that just irked me. One of the little, most insignificant things that just pissed me off was the dwarves' noses. In the LOTR, normal sized nose. Thorin? Normal nose. But then half of them had noses bigger than their fists. I guess a lot of it was just inconsistency. I personally thought the first Hobbit movie was fantastic, I watched that shit over and over again. But the second was pretty meh. It couldn't really keep my attention. Also, I understand he's trying to do the "Relive the trilogy" thing, but the Hobbit would've been SO much better in just two.
#163 - He's a Shakespearean actor. Acting is an art. This is the same…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Gandalf the Grave +3
User avatar #175 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
saying acting infront of a green screen is less of an art sounds more like complaining abouth modern music/art
User avatar #178 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
>"This is the same thing as people saying the music nowadays doesn't have any real talent"
>"or people saying that the painting that was literally blue lines is not art"

Fucking read.
User avatar #184 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
either im missing your point or you're missing mine
User avatar #186 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
I'm saying that using so much CGI with a Shakespearean actor is an insult and he's not being a little bitch.
User avatar #190 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
if he's crying because acting with a greescreen is below him he's not just a bitch he's an arrogant one
User avatar #192 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
Ian Mckellan is an artist. What he does is an art. Acting is making people believe that you and an atmosphere are something they're not, and a man having a computer do it because he does not believe the actors are capable is an insult. I don't think you understand the perspective here.
User avatar #197 - MrMustacho (05/17/2014) [-]
in the post he's crying because he's doing it alone
and cgi doesn't make his job easier it makes it harder
he has to make the audience believe he's in a tiny house instead of a green studio floor
#24 - I do fun stupid **** like everyone else. I'm just sayi…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/17/2014 on Long story short, its in... 0
User avatar #25 - scant (05/18/2014) [-]
Floodlight guy should have had the courtesy of figuring out that maybe, just maybe, shining a floodlight into a residential area might disturb some folks.
#10 - Well basically the decent people of the world would probably h…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/16/2014 on Long story short, its in... +5
User avatar #17 - scant (05/16/2014) [-]
I imagine a world where you made the rules would be a very dull place to live.
User avatar #24 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
I do fun stupid shit like everyone else. I'm just saying the guy was acting like a four year old, and should've at least given the floodlight guy the courtesy of being an adult. It's probably going to further cement your point, but rules do exist for a reason.
User avatar #25 - scant (05/18/2014) [-]
Floodlight guy should have had the courtesy of figuring out that maybe, just maybe, shining a floodlight into a residential area might disturb some folks.
#13 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
dunno what your babbling about his way worked and was funny your way sounds boring and paperworky fuck you.

Freakin people take life so serious people like him an you are why we get ridiculous lawsuits like coffee burned me it did warn me it was gona be hot ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...

i love you but fuck you.

Sincerely, your pants.
#16 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
you realize that lawsuit was because the coffee was heated well beyond mandatory safety restrictions right? that's the only reason it succeeded, because the manager tried to save a couple cents by pushing the coffee machine as high as he could and was surprised when he found safety regulations require liquids served to be below a reasonable second degree burn limit.
User avatar #12 - trollchildxy (05/16/2014) [-]
Albeit hilariously.
#36 - Nope. 05/16/2014 on That is so painfully Southern -1
#34 - True. Speaking in terms of resources, however, Texas could sup…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/16/2014 on That is so painfully Southern +1
#40 - angelusprimus (05/16/2014) [-]
That's true, but it would suffer.
Much smaller domestic market, need to completely build a new diplomatic and economic network, new untested currency etc.
It would take a decade just for its economy gets to the point its now.
#35 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
sure Texas could, but can the rest of the south say the same?
User avatar #36 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Nope.
#8 - It's illegal to have floodlights that shine in people's windo…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/16/2014 on Long story short, its in... -4
User avatar #11 - godtherapist (05/16/2014) [-]
No the proper response if to buy a spotlight and shine it into his neighbours house.
#14 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Or he could have burned his house to the ground.
User avatar #9 - dreamcast (05/16/2014) [-]
Honestly I think he would have been more of a cunt if he reported it and the guy got fined for having the flood light or possibly kicked out of the gated community. But hey w/e you say.
User avatar #10 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Well basically the decent people of the world would probably have done as such:

Asked the guy to take it down, explain that it is unable to be blocked out by curtains or anything of that nature. If he refused, report it. If the guy is aware that it was causing problems for his neighbors, then he should know that he needs to fix it. The guy from australia just handled it very immaturely.
User avatar #17 - scant (05/16/2014) [-]
I imagine a world where you made the rules would be a very dull place to live.
User avatar #24 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/17/2014) [-]
I do fun stupid shit like everyone else. I'm just saying the guy was acting like a four year old, and should've at least given the floodlight guy the courtesy of being an adult. It's probably going to further cement your point, but rules do exist for a reason.
User avatar #25 - scant (05/18/2014) [-]
Floodlight guy should have had the courtesy of figuring out that maybe, just maybe, shining a floodlight into a residential area might disturb some folks.
#13 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
dunno what your babbling about his way worked and was funny your way sounds boring and paperworky fuck you.

Freakin people take life so serious people like him an you are why we get ridiculous lawsuits like coffee burned me it did warn me it was gona be hot ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...

i love you but fuck you.

Sincerely, your pants.
#16 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
you realize that lawsuit was because the coffee was heated well beyond mandatory safety restrictions right? that's the only reason it succeeded, because the manager tried to save a couple cents by pushing the coffee machine as high as he could and was surprised when he found safety regulations require liquids served to be below a reasonable second degree burn limit.
User avatar #12 - trollchildxy (05/16/2014) [-]
Albeit hilariously.
#27 - Pretty much. I think Texas retained its right to secede from t…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/16/2014 on That is so painfully Southern 0
#29 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
i think they threatened t but nobody took them seriously... I just don't see what the point would be..what ould they gain from it "states rights" ok..states rights to do what exactly?
#30 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
and is it really worth giving up the protection that the US army provides?
#48 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Most of the US army is comprised of soldiers from southern states, chances are the north would lose more of their army than the south.
#51 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
i sincerely doubt the entirety of the south would rebel anyway
#53 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
I doubt they would either, i'm just speaking in a hypothetical scenario.
#31 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
not to mention a stable unit of currency that is widely accepted worldwide
User avatar #34 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
True. Speaking in terms of resources, however, Texas could support itself without any outside aid.
#40 - angelusprimus (05/16/2014) [-]
That's true, but it would suffer.
Much smaller domestic market, need to completely build a new diplomatic and economic network, new untested currency etc.
It would take a decade just for its economy gets to the point its now.
#35 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
sure Texas could, but can the rest of the south say the same?
User avatar #36 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Nope.
#19 - Ah. But anyways, I share your pain. I'm from Ohio, and people …  [+] (16 new replies) 05/16/2014 on That is so painfully Southern -4
User avatar #33 - themastermorris (05/16/2014) [-]
If you move to the civilization areas of Ohio, you barely see confederate flags. Then again I live in Cleveland
#25 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
and then they're like "the south will rise again" I'm like "and get quickly suppressed by the north again?" or hell good luck confederates in atlanta..I've been to atlanta..yeah no ..just no
#46 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Quickly get suppressed by the north again? You're talking about the war that lasted 4 years and killed half a million people?
#47 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
I meant if they tried to NOW it wouldn't last long.. my wording was off there
#52 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Really depends on how the confederacy was set up this time, if it was anything like the confederacy of the past it wouldn't have too much trouble if left alone.
User avatar #27 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Pretty much. I think Texas retained its right to secede from the Union, but nothing's gonna come from that.
#29 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
i think they threatened t but nobody took them seriously... I just don't see what the point would be..what ould they gain from it "states rights" ok..states rights to do what exactly?
#30 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
and is it really worth giving up the protection that the US army provides?
#48 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Most of the US army is comprised of soldiers from southern states, chances are the north would lose more of their army than the south.
#51 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
i sincerely doubt the entirety of the south would rebel anyway
#53 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
I doubt they would either, i'm just speaking in a hypothetical scenario.
#31 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
not to mention a stable unit of currency that is widely accepted worldwide
User avatar #34 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
True. Speaking in terms of resources, however, Texas could support itself without any outside aid.
#40 - angelusprimus (05/16/2014) [-]
That's true, but it would suffer.
Much smaller domestic market, need to completely build a new diplomatic and economic network, new untested currency etc.
It would take a decade just for its economy gets to the point its now.
#35 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
sure Texas could, but can the rest of the south say the same?
User avatar #36 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Nope.
#14 - Antarctica won't melt away, being a landmass and all. That's k… 05/16/2014 on Antarctica 0
#17 - Well keep in mind that West Virginia was also made to keep all…  [+] (18 new replies) 05/16/2014 on That is so painfully Southern -1
#18 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
nah it's all good dude I wasn't born here I moved here almost a year ago.. I was born in Vriginia
User avatar #19 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Ah. But anyways, I share your pain. I'm from Ohio, and people here have the Confederate flag on EVERYTHING. I don't think they realize that Kentucky wasn't even Confederate. Personally I think the flag should be taken as a sign of sedition.
User avatar #33 - themastermorris (05/16/2014) [-]
If you move to the civilization areas of Ohio, you barely see confederate flags. Then again I live in Cleveland
#25 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
and then they're like "the south will rise again" I'm like "and get quickly suppressed by the north again?" or hell good luck confederates in atlanta..I've been to atlanta..yeah no ..just no
#46 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Quickly get suppressed by the north again? You're talking about the war that lasted 4 years and killed half a million people?
#47 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
I meant if they tried to NOW it wouldn't last long.. my wording was off there
#52 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Really depends on how the confederacy was set up this time, if it was anything like the confederacy of the past it wouldn't have too much trouble if left alone.
User avatar #27 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Pretty much. I think Texas retained its right to secede from the Union, but nothing's gonna come from that.
#29 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
i think they threatened t but nobody took them seriously... I just don't see what the point would be..what ould they gain from it "states rights" ok..states rights to do what exactly?
#30 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
and is it really worth giving up the protection that the US army provides?
#48 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
Most of the US army is comprised of soldiers from southern states, chances are the north would lose more of their army than the south.
#51 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
i sincerely doubt the entirety of the south would rebel anyway
#53 - fefe (05/16/2014) [-]
I doubt they would either, i'm just speaking in a hypothetical scenario.
#31 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
not to mention a stable unit of currency that is widely accepted worldwide
User avatar #34 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
True. Speaking in terms of resources, however, Texas could support itself without any outside aid.
#40 - angelusprimus (05/16/2014) [-]
That's true, but it would suffer.
Much smaller domestic market, need to completely build a new diplomatic and economic network, new untested currency etc.
It would take a decade just for its economy gets to the point its now.
#35 - dameush (05/16/2014) [-]
sure Texas could, but can the rest of the south say the same?
User avatar #36 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/16/2014) [-]
Nope.

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I shall get a word out of you some day.
User avatar #7 - majormayor (11/29/2014) [-]
I never got a word out of you. Ha.
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I wonder what comment #1 was.
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It's been a while since the last time I saw you.
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Are you a pretty princess?
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