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#3040122 SHOCKING! Honey Boo Boo's Show Cancelled After Totally Unexpected, B...

Posted by Captroop on Today, 02:27 PM

I don't mind 19 kids and counting. That's about as clean cut as you can get. Plus Aaron Rodger's lookalike gets to score with Jill Duggar.


My wife is into all of these damn reality shows to include:


Breaking Amish

Little People Big World

Long Island Medium

Real Housewives of Atlanta, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Orange County and New Jersey

Love and Hip Hop Los Angeles and Atlanta


The hottest girl in all of reality tv is Melissa Gorga of RHofNJ. She is hot! Mama June comes in at a close #132935792537


This thread, and this post in particular totally reaffirm my decision to not have cable in my house.

#3038267 Is Shia LaBeouf a "great" actor?

Posted by Captroop on Yesterday, 08:17 AM

<<<27. Thinks Shia acts like old people fug.


I don't enjoy either of the directors you mentioned in regards to the "younger generation", but I don't really enjoy any of the actors you mentioned as great either because I'm 24 years old. I don't enjoy movies from 30-50 years ago that actors like O'Toole starred in no matter how good of actors they were, but I do enjoy movies like Lawless and Fury that Shai starred in.


#3037669 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by Captroop on 22 October 2014 - 06:48 PM


#3037662 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by Captroop on 22 October 2014 - 06:43 PM


#3036696 Is Shia LaBeouf a "great" actor?

Posted by Captroop on 22 October 2014 - 08:01 AM

"Great" puts him in the same conversation with De Niro, Streep, Oldman, Pacino, Hanks, Nicholson, Blanchett and Hopkins. If you think you can do that, you are just wrong, or have irreparably bad taste in movies.


(*edit* Pacino before he became a parody of himself)


Great actors and actresses vanish into the role they are playing, make you forget that you are watching someone acting, and are distinguishable from one role to the other. I'd throw in D'Onofrio for the "Great" conversation because he is a chameleon that changes his colors with every role he takes.


Shia is just Shia in every role he takes. If someone says he is a great actor, what they really mean is, "I've seen him in a lot of movies I like."


And if they try to reboot the Indiana Jones franchise with him at the helm, I hope that when I murder him, a grateful world will give me an airtight alibi.

#3032481 AJ Klein - Did you notice....

Posted by Captroop on 20 October 2014 - 08:12 AM

god he has awful tattoos


Lol, didn't notice.


He's got his initials on his arms, like I did when I created my own Madden character.

#3030042 the official "Dave Gettleman fuging sucks" thread

Posted by Captroop on 19 October 2014 - 03:00 PM

Negativity is one thing, stupidity is another.

Who's more stupid? The GM who has two seasons to address needs on the OLine and secondary in the draft or free agency, but doesn't, cuts the entire team that got them to the playoffs instead of building on it, and gives the franchise QB weak, slow targets. Or the fans who call him out on it?

#3029913 the official "Dave Gettleman fuging sucks" thread

Posted by Captroop on 19 October 2014 - 02:47 PM

We had bad weeks after Pitt and Baltimore blowouts as well. At what point will the jock sniffers stop blaming the fans for the negativity when the on field product is so bad?

#3029672 Official Panthers - Packers Gameday Thread

Posted by Captroop on 19 October 2014 - 02:27 PM

Id like to remind everyone that trying to break the ankles of two opposing players after the whistle isn't an offense that gets you ejected from a game.

#3025178 Percy Harvin traded to Jets

Posted by Captroop on 17 October 2014 - 04:40 PM

Boom! Doug Baldwin on both fantasy leagues!

#3025068 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by Captroop on 17 October 2014 - 02:57 PM



What's really trippy is that my "bad" left eye can see the image without moving my head at all. I had cataract surgery when I was very young, and lots of random things look different between my two eyes. Especially black lights. They look crazy bright violet with my left eye. Like a neon light.

#3022618 Engagement Rings

Posted by Captroop on 15 October 2014 - 03:23 PM

Diamonds are one area where I would encourage you to leverage connections if you got 'em.


I got a steal because my boss was friends since elementary school with a reputable diamond dealer. Got an amazing, custom fitted ring with a stone that was appraised at 40% more than I spent on the whole ring.





Oh, yeah. BTW, I got engaged on Sunday.

#3022298 First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In The U.S.

Posted by Captroop on 15 October 2014 - 12:36 PM

Okay, I'm slowly coming over to the "concerned" side. My mom, who is a PhD in Virology is actually concerned about Ebola. I've seen the media blow up over mad cow, swine flu, bird flu, SARS, Gluten, etc. She never broke a sweat over them, and nothing ever came of them. So I figured this was the same old crap.


But if my mom is worried, them I've got reason to be worried.


She's not worried so much about this spreading "Outbreak" pandemic style. But rather the mortality rate. In the off chance you contract it, it's basically a death sentence as there is really no treatment for it.

#3021784 Business owner declares her shooting range a "muslim-free zone" and t...

Posted by Captroop on 15 October 2014 - 08:18 AM

I, for one, applaud her efforts to keep Americans safe from dangerous Muslims at her shooting range. I can't understand the backlash Jan Morgan is receiving! Shouldn't we be taking every precaution, and exercising every fail-safe to try to prevent death and injury at shooting ranges?


And I feel as though, in an effort to continue decreasing the likelihood of acts of violence being perpetrated against her patrons, she should exclude another high-risk group from her range as well. That is why I intend to suggest to Ms. Morgan that she also ban American war veterans from her establishment. Particularly veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF & OEF). These people are at a disproportionately high risk of having Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This psychological disorder make the victim's behavior unpredictable, and often violent. This risk of dangerous and harmful behavior has NO PLACE on a shooting range!


For the sufferer's safety and the safety of others, veterans suffering PTSD simply must be prevented from having access to shooting ranges, by any means necessary. But because symptoms of PTSD are often hard to identify to the casual observer or range owner, the only recourse is to ban all veterans from her establishment.


After all, it was a white, American, christian veteran with PTSD who tragically shot and killed Chris Kyle and another veteran at a shooting range. Empirical evidence that veterans are not safe to have at a shooting range, because of their higher instances of PTSD. As no such evidence of Muslims killing people at a shooting range exists, Ms. Morgan must be even more concerned by the risk American war veterans present to her and her customers!


I feel like, given her steadfast dedication to range safety, Ms. Morgan would be more than amenable to banning American veterans from her establishment. I'm certain she would be willing to post such regulations on her Web site and at her establishment, and explain to any veteran who arrives at her range that while she is grateful for their service, they are simply too great of a risk to injure her patrons due to their lifestyle choice.

#3008575 Down 50 lbs!

Posted by Captroop on 10 October 2014 - 09:30 AM

Pics? :cool:



Keep it going! My former boss went from 280 pounds to 180 in 9 months when he turned 40. He went nuts! P90x, totally changed his diet, etc. Now he's a fitness buff. Does the Iron Man triathlon, runs a couple marathons every year. It's never too late to make a big change, and no goal is ever too big if you really dedicate yourself to it.

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