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Need to bury a body in your backyard, no problem in NC

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the funny thing is, the smell actually improved

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Lets all watch swamp people and laugh

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Lets all watch swamp people and laugh.

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i drove through metairie in january and it was absolutely fuging disgusting.

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no need to bury your bodies in NO.  Just leave em out on the street, or float em down to the gulf.

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i drove through metairie in january and it was absolutely fuging disgusting.


Please tell me you stopped for lunch at Alice's

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Not sure if serious!? So everybody was actors and everyone was in on the prank?

 

 

 

The presumed impetus for chief provocateur Johnny Knoxville to play his old-man character was the B-List actor's ebbing anonymity, and, while the caked latex disguises, Los Angelenos have evidently developed sufficient familiarity with hidden-camera shoots that the more outlandish stunts were best accomplished away from the coasts. Thus begins this Jackass narrative, with Knoxville's newly widowed Irving Zisman driving his grandson across the country to be dropped with deadbeat dad. Pretending toward ordinary cinematic conventions means some slow-going in the early reels, but the trademark stunts shorn of the usual Jackass rhythms truly startle in this new context. The best arrive so perfectly structured that it seems near impossible for innocent bystanders to be just that.
 
As happens whenever you collect a core fan base of conspiratorial nihilists, a staunch subset has questioned the legitimacy of real responses to fake stunts, but does fake even mean anything this far through the looking glass? (The diner patrons weren't probably foretold of the diarrhea splatter but it also wasn't probably diarrhea.) We're watching a fictional story of made-up characters following a script, and the eyes popping out of backwoods onlookers add their own local color. The farther he travels inside America, the further Knoxville and the talented child actor Jackson Nicoll press their man-on-the-street badinage toward creepiness. Nicoll's unilateral decision to be adopted by friendly strangers waiting nearby probably wrings the most laughs, but Knoxville's addled ferocity midst failed pick-ups attains more intriguing dimensions.

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Oh look, a post saying that the pranks must have probably been staged bc of the reactions by innocent bystanders, so now that means its a fact everything. Was staged. First off. Let's put aside the fact your posting a random paragraph from some unknown source, but if you read it, it just is SPECULATING about the authenticity of bystanders. If you happen to watch the show last night, you will see the argument is pretty off with its "so perfectly executed" premise, they had to do multiple tries with most pranks with multiple people to get the best reaction and they showed many of the ones that didn't make the cut. Then again, are you actually suggesting they made multiple extra takes and paid all this extra money to people to pretend to be bystanders so they can show it on the behind the scenes show last night!?

Just curious, does one person here agree with this guy that all was completely staged and none where actually innocent by standards that got pranked, but instead all where hired actors all in on the prank? Even one person?

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If you're dumb enough to think all the by standards are actors in on prank, yo I'll find many of the local prank victims posting about their experience. Here's an example :

http://m.bizjournals.com/triangle/blog/2013/03/shhh-movie-being-filmed-in-raleigh.html?page=all&r=full



....can't believe I wasted time responding to this tin foil hat nonsense.

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i drove through metairie in january and it was absolutely fuging disgusting.

You've seemed to forget I've seen your tool shed ...I mean house that I could trade just my car for an entire block of your neighborhood.


More films were shot here last year than were shot in LA, thus the nickname of Hollywood South. I will agree that it isn't as nice as our residences throughout Florida or Puerto Rico, but disgusting is a better description of your neighborhood and I will be happy to post pictures of our streets for proof.

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are you really going on and on about a fake BS movie?

 

 

 

Why do I bother clicking on your threads. not a question.

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