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Friday, June 23, 2017

calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 23 02:54PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 7:30:03 PM UTC+2, *skriptis wrote:
> >> storming your house because of those comments.
> > And that happens in Croatia?
 
> You didn't read about it? It happened in Germany.
 
Lol, prove it, funny boy!
 
 
Max
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 23 07:37PM -0400

>> ruined germany" for them. none of the german people were responsible.
>> still to this day.
 
>I don't think you know any Germans.
 
not many but a few.
 
> I know many. And not a single one - young or old - says that.
 
that's good, if i believed you. but your posts seem to reek of that at
times, and another german i know says it often.
 
 
>> own up to it max, it's the right thing to do.
 
>> bob
 
>Max
 
stay silent, i figured.
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 23 07:37PM -0400

On Fri, 23 Jun 2017 08:12:51 -0700 (PDT), soccerfan777
 
>> I don't think you know any Germans. I know many. And not a single one - young or old - says that.
>> Why those racist lies? Are you a Trumper?
 
>I have been to Germany and all the Germans are nice people who are proud of their heritage but humble. And I was in Munich and Bavarians are supposed to be the rudest of all Germans. I didn't sense much rudeness there. Its pretty apparent boobs has never been outside his own country. Anyone who calls a random German he sees on the Internet a Nazi, has to be ignorant troll to begin with
 
i'm not talking about who is rude to you in a restaurant in munich you
dummy. jesus.
 
bob
Whisper <beaver999@ozemail.com>: Jun 24 09:14AM +1000

On 24/06/2017 3:20 AM, Gracchus wrote:
>> only for serious types.
 
> So in saying this, you're basically admitting you know nothing about movies, right? :)
 
> I understand what you mean, though. There is such thing as a "popcorn movie." That's how I feel about many of the Marvel ones. It's a great ride and I enjoy the interactions and special effects while knowing that there's not much substance underneath. I'll hardly ever watch one of these twice.
 
 
 
Agreed. That's how I feel about 'great' superhero movies - fun to watch
once & very good for what they are.
 
 
 
> This is also one of the reasons I avoid giving numerical ratings or "grades" to films. It's like there are different axes for craftsmanship, depth, and the sheer enjoyment factor. No rating fits all. So I can see an X-Men film and have lots of fun watching, but assigning a high rating to it alongside classics or near-classics ends up looking kind of silly.
 
> I should add that I haven't seen "Kong: Skull Island," so don't know if I'd think it was good, fun, fun and bad, or simply bad.
 
It's kinda like the feeling you get just before eating a chocolate bar,
& after. No need to beat yourself up afterwards for something you
always knew was not going to be as satisfying as hoped - but overall
still fun for what it is?
 
 
 
 
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bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 23 07:17PM -0400

On Fri, 23 Jun 2017 06:55:45 -0700 (PDT), Court_1
 
>On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 9:53:41 AM UTC-4, soccerfan777 wrote:
 
>> Your rating is not in line with the review. It should be 2/10 based on what you said
 
>It's BAD. Trust me.
 
i didn't care for it, nothing but CGI and little story. but 5/10 is
pretty accurate IMO. not 2.
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 23 07:19PM -0400

On Fri, 23 Jun 2017 10:20:02 -0700 (PDT), Gracchus
 
>I understand what you mean, though. There is such thing as a "popcorn movie." That's how I feel about many of the Marvel ones. It's a great ride and I enjoy the interactions and special effects while knowing that there's not much substance underneath. I'll hardly ever watch one of these twice.
 
>This is also one of the reasons I avoid giving numerical ratings or "grades" to films. It's like there are different axes for craftsmanship, depth, and the sheer enjoyment factor. No rating fits all. So I can see an X-Men film and have lots of fun watching, but assigning a high rating to it alongside classics or near-classics ends up looking kind of silly.
 
>I should add that I haven't seen "Kong: Skull Island," so don't know if I'd think it was good, fun, fun and bad, or simply bad.
 
i saw it, you'll cheer for the gorilla. but there's just not much
story and minus 1 actor, not much acting. but lots of CGI and new
monsters coming from deep state..i mean earth.
 
bob
undecided <costasz@gmail.com>: Jun 23 04:26PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 9:44:23 AM UTC-4, Whisper wrote:
 
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It was weak and I saw it on IMAX. Don't get me wrong, fun battles and all but I felt nothing for anyone nor for the ape.
Court_1 <olympia0000@yahoo.com>: Jun 23 04:37PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 11:47:45 AM UTC-4, Whisper wrote:
> > I got about halfway through it and quit. Aside from the special effects, I thought it was terrible. Stupid dialogue and weak plot. A King Kong for dummies. The original Kong and the 2005 version were much better IMO.
 
> It didn't attempt to take itself seriously. Yes individual elements
> were weak, but overall it's a good popcorn movie.
 
I agree that movies are entertainment and good popcorn movies shouldn't be taken seriously but Kong Skull Island is not a good popcorn movie. Every element of the movie is weak except for the special effects. The script is weak and the dialogue is juvenile. It's a bad flick no matter how you look at it IMO.
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 23 02:38PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 8:16:03 PM UTC+2, PeteWasLucky wrote:
> > Max you are hopeless.
> Not even worth my time to address what you said.
 
> Max is in his own world.
 
Actually I'm in the real world. The world of experts and honest people.
You are in nutter world. No experts at all and only pathological liars.
 
Max
PeteWasLucky <waleed.khedr@gmail.com>: Jun 23 02:42PM -0700

> Actually I'm in the real world. The world of experts and honest people.
You are in nutter world. No experts at all and only pathological liars.
 
Good for you.
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 23 02:45PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 8:14:35 PM UTC+2, TennisGuy wrote:
 
> > Max
 
> Max you are hopeless.
> Not even worth my time to address what you said.
 
No answer is also an answer.
BTW, another lie of yours was that the NIST report "admitted" that WTC 7 collapsed in free fall for more than 3 seconds. They said that a free fall occurred for 2.25 seconds of a 5.4 second collapse. And explain that "free fall phase" quite comprehensively. You knew that - but lied of course. Because that is ingrained in your mindset. Lie whenever possible.
 
A true piece of shit you are.
I won't leave you, Carey or PWL alone with this one here in RST. You are marked, pal ...
 
 
Max
PeteWasLucky <waleed.khedr@gmail.com>: Jun 23 03:04PM -0700

> No answer is also an answer.
BTW, another lie of yours was that the NIST report "admitted" that WTC 7 collapsed in free fall for more than 3 seconds. They said that a free fall occurred for 2.25 seconds of a 5.4 second collapse. And explain that "free fall phase" quite comprehensively. You knew that - but lied of course. Because that is ingrained in your mindset. Lie whenever possible.
 
A true piece of shit you are.
I won't leave you, Carey or PWL alone with this one here in RST. You are marked, pal ...
 
Do you really want to have a logical conversation? Let's try by you answering my question instead of avoiding it:
 
Here is the first question:
 
What happened to the Pentagon? Those pilots were trained like no others to adjust the plane path from high skies and do a great manoveur to fly very low parallel to the ground to hit 1-2 floors building from the front, right?...
What kind of pilots were they? What kind of training did they get and how many hours of commercial flight did they have?
Carey <carey_1959@yahoo.com>: Jun 23 03:19PM -0700


> A true piece of shit you are.
> I won't leave you, Carey or PWL alone with this one here in RST. You are marked, pal ...
 
> Max
 
 
Please expand on that a bit, Sir.
TennisGuy <TGuy@techsavvy.com>: Jun 23 06:36PM -0400

> NIST report "admitted" that WTC 7 collapsed in free fall for more
> than 3 seconds. They said that a free fall occurred for 2.25 seconds
> of a 5.4 second collapse.
 
 
I'm truly sorry Max. (Getting on my knees to beg forgiveness).
I confused what NIST said and what the reality was.
 
NIST said 2.25 seconds but it was in fact for over 3 seconds.
They tried to shave off .75 seconds.
 
It doesn't matter though because even if it was in free fall
for just ONE (1) full second it would still prove that
all steel beams were severed at the same moment.
 
Fire can never sever even one steel beam, let alone all beams,
and even more, ALL beams at the SAME TIME! LOL!!! :)
PeteWasLucky <waleed.khedr@gmail.com>: Jun 23 03:45PM -0700

> I'm truly sorry Max. (Getting on my knees to beg forgiveness).
I confused what NIST said and what the reality was.
 
NIST said 2.25 seconds but it was in fact for over 3 seconds.
They tried to shave off .75 seconds.
 
It doesn't matter though because even if it was in free fall
for just ONE (1) full second it would still prove that
all steel beams were severed at the same moment.
 
Fire can never sever even one steel beam, let alone all beams,
and even more, ALL beams at the SAME TIME! LOL!!! :)
 
Do you expect Max to finish reading one sentence of what you write?
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 23 07:33PM -0400

On Fri, 23 Jun 2017 11:06:00 -0700 (PDT), Carey <carey_1959@yahoo.com>
wrote:
 
 
>> What are you talking about?!!
 
>> What molten steel? lol
 
>They're straw-manning now. It's all they got. Heh.
 
what do you believe happened?
 
bob
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 23 07:34PM -0400

On Fri, 23 Jun 2017 04:00:53 -0700 (PDT), kaennorsing
>> I mean to me it's a no-brainer.
 
>> bob?
 
>Yes, steel buildings are designed specifically to keep standing. That's the single most important thing they're designed to do. It's therefor a totally ridiculous assumption that even a few hours of fire had these massive, gigantic steal constructions suddenly *collapse into their steel footprint at freefall speeds*. All three.
 
how would you expect buildings constructed like that to fall? explain
the reasons why?
 
bob
Gracchus <gracchado@gmail.com>: Jun 23 12:41PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 12:02:26 AM UTC-7, Pelle Svanslös wrote
 
-- Charles Cooke
 
The only significant thing Norman ever did is bang Hingis. Unless he wants to talk about that, who cares what he says?
Guypers <gapp111@gmail.com>: Jun 23 01:12PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 3:41:24 PM UTC-4, Gracchus wrote:
 
> > It's almost as if Norman reads RST. On both counts.
> -- Charles Cooke
 
> The only significant thing Norman ever did is bang Hingis. Unless he wants to talk about that, who cares what he says?
 
So did a lot of dicks! Pass too?
undecided <costasz@gmail.com>: Jun 23 04:27PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 3:02:26 AM UTC-4, Pelle Svanslös wrote:
 
> --
> "Donald Trump is the weak man's vision of a strong man."
> -- Charles Cooke
 
Movement is worse, much worse. Backhand was phenomenal.
The Iceberg <iceberg.rules@gmail.com>: Jun 23 12:08PM -0700

Max and Raja want to live in a world where the govt ban stupid old books and you get locked up just just because they disagree with your opinion.
Gracchus <gracchado@gmail.com>: Jun 23 12:33PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 12:08:59 PM UTC-7, The Iceberg wrote:
 
> Max and Raja want to live in a world where the govt ban stupid old books and you get locked up just just because they disagree with your opinion.
 
Banning books is really stupid. In most anyplace but N. Korea it's impossible to enforce in the modern world anyway. As the character in "V for Vendetta" said, you can't kill an idea. That cuts both ways for good and bad ones.
bob <bob@nospam.net>: Jun 23 07:24PM -0400

>> educated me before my trip! i think i better bring protection.
 
>> bob
 
>If you want to worship Hitler Palestine is indeed a better place.
 
is reading mein kampft worshipping hitler?
 
or is burying one's head in the sand and pretending that a lone madman
destroyed righteous germany the correct viewpiont?
 
bob
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 23 02:51PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 7:56:03 PM UTC+2, TennisGuy wrote:
> > of heavy columns and lighter plates which had been welded between
> > those column beams.
 
> That was all the debris from WTC1? Hmmmm.... :)
 
 
Debate technique of Holocaust deniers. In its purest form.
 
 
Max
calimero377@gmx.de: Jun 23 02:47PM -0700

On Friday, June 23, 2017 at 9:02:37 PM UTC+2, The Iceberg wrote:
> These actors must live in a totally detached world, oh like it's so tough with Trump being in govt, despite almost nothing changing day to day life for most people and the economy booming to new heights.
 
Trump is a banker's dream.
His tough stance in the Syria war is great, too.
 
 
Max
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