I told you it would it start.

Pastor says 'Jews killed Jesus' sign isn't hateful. Gordon said he was partly motivated by Gibson's movie, but added he would not be seeing the film itself because he neither attends movies nor watches television.
A really good article at the mirror however shows that I really don't have to see the movie to know that I am right about it. [via Gert]
So when the film is later shown, in Russia and Poland, say, or Egypt and Syria, there will be a ready-made propaganda vehicle for those who fancy a bit of torture and murder, with a heavy dose of Jew-baiting thrown in.

Gibson knows very well that this will happen, and he'll be raking it in from exactly those foreign rights to the film.

So my advice is this. Do not go.

Leave it to the sickoes who like this sort of thing, and don't fill the pockets of the sicko who made it.

Meanwhile it appears us Jews control Hollywood (not that this hasn't been said before)

Although Eschaton (from whom I got the above link) sums it up nicely.

You know, I really can't believe this NYT article. You don't have to be Jewish to think Gibson's slasher porn flick, which rehabilitates Pilate to slam the Jews, is goddamn offensive. You don't have to be Jewish to think, after reading and watching Mel Gibson's interviews, that he's a total lunatic that no one in their right mind would want to work with.

Hey, Jew Boy, why did you kill Jesus?

Thanks Mel, now a whole bunch of Jewish kids can get abuse at school too. If Mr Gibson was an operating system, the advert tag line would be, "What old myth did you perpetuate today!"

Is it just me, or does the music for the opening credits of Star Trek Enterprise, sound not disimilar to the opening music for the Littlest Hobo.

Note: How you answer this post may (will?) say a lot about your viewing habits and ergo who you are. No pressure. :-)

On Saturday, when driving back from the club we had left I said to Rob, "You know, you are about 80% a reflective dancer". Rob replied that he reckoned it was actually more like 100%.

"Reflective dancing" is a term I made up to describe something. I haven't mentioned this to anyone before that point yet Rob knew exactly what I was talking about, which could be a result of us being really good friends, or more likely is that we both think in the same (possible somewhat bizarre) way.

How would you interpret what I said to Rob?

[UPDATE] - Reflective dancing, is when your style of dancing changes to reflect the style of the girls dancing around you. Reflective dancing is not necessarily a conscious action.





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