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re: Is NOLA the most dysfunctional major American city? - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]It's a cultural problem, not a police problem[/quote] Being poor is a culture?...
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re: Is NOLA the most dysfunctional major American city? - SCLSUMuddogs
If every person in the country is aware of the city and the city is known across the world as the birthplace of possibly the most important musical form ever created, then it's probably still a major city. Maybe not in practice anymore, but it still has the legacy....
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re: Is NOLA the most dysfunctional major American city? - SCLSUMuddogs
Baltimore, St. Louis, Detroit and the other cities on the shite list are going to stay like they are forever. There is an antagonistic relationship between the poor and police. As long as that is the case, you're never going to get people in the hood or the trailer park to call the cops or give them ...
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re: Any married baw have to do laundry? - SCLSUMuddogs
She does the clothes, I do the dishes...
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re: Aretha Franklin now getting cancelled? - SCLSUMuddogs
This is only a story because the media knows it will anger people and get them clicks. Aretha will be fine...
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re: Is WB lying? Claims Velma is a MASSIVE hit! - SCLSUMuddogs
I also think modern American society has distorted what should be valued in life. Imagine there was a generation of people who believe the goal of life is to get a bunch of followers and be famous. Combine that with a world where everything is instant and that should inevitably lead to people t...
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re: Is WB lying? Claims Velma is a MASSIVE hit! - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]At what point do we stop pretending that ‘clicks’ are the be all end all & start demanding some semblance of quality for beloved IPs or any content for that matter. Velma is a terrible show which should never gone past the pitch stage. Why are we pretending that talking about how bad it is...
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re: Is WB lying? Claims Velma is a MASSIVE hit! - SCLSUMuddogs
How you gonna make a show based on Scooby Doo and not have Scooby Doo in it? Also, do whatever you want to Shaggy's gender, race or whatever; but anti-drugs? Any Shaggy that isn't stoned 24/7 isn't Shaggy ETA: It seems like you're all focusing on the racial aspect, but I feel like there is s...
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re: Who’s on your Mount Rushmore of comedians? - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]Rodney Dangerfield [/quote] He’ll never get the respect he deserves...
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re: Crime noir movies are the best… - SCLSUMuddogs
Bullitt ...
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re: The Menu….easily one of the worst movies ever shown in theaters. - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]So with each dish things get more and more sinister until finally he kills them. That's it. We don't even get a reason why all that happened, or how he got all those cooks to go along with it, or why somebody didn't pick up their fork and start stabbing some bitches, or why one girl was allow...
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re: The Menu….easily one of the worst movies ever shown in theaters. - SCLSUMuddogs
That movie was awesome, you seem like a very not fun person ...
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re: Damar Hamlin’s Collapse Highlights the Violence Black Men Experience in Football - SCLSUMuddogs
Well no shit, black dudes play all of the skill positions Your most commonly injured players are running backs, wide receivers, and the defensive secondary. How many white guys do you see playing those positions in the nfl?...
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re: Who's faster: 10-year-old Princess Leia or Usain Bolt in his prime? - SCLSUMuddogs
Ahh yes, the episode where ole Ben asks Leia how old she is. Forgetting that he was there for her birth and she’s exactly as old and the length of time he’s been in hiding...
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re: Injury to Bills Player is Sad, But Talk that Players Put “Life on the Line” is Ridiculous - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]Listening to ESPN Radio, they played a sound bite where Ryan Clark said fans shouldn’t be over critical of players bc they “Put their lives on the line to play the game”.[/quote] I listed to his whole deal. To me it didn't sound like he was saying it like you seemed to take the soundbite. ...
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re: 100 Years of Cool: The Coolest Movie By Decade Challenge - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]I was going to say how is this over Casino Royale but I looked it up and that was in 2006. Man it doesn't feel that old.[/quote] Lol right? I had to double check to make sure that Skyfall was in the 2010's and was surprised it was ten years old. I would have included Casino Royale in my ho...
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re: 100 Years of Cool: The Coolest Movie By Decade Challenge - SCLSUMuddogs
I think there are just a handful of actors who were just cool dudes. Paul Newman being one of them, and that character just being iconic for being a super chill guy who doesn't give a frick. It's the same reason I felt I had to put Bullitt as an honorable mention. Mcqueen was just too cool a dude ...
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re: 100 Years of Cool: The Coolest Movie By Decade Challenge - SCLSUMuddogs
I have never watched a silent movie, so I don't really have much to say for the 20's and 30's. 1940's: Still pretty limited for me, but I'll say Citizen Kane. 1950's: Rear Window 1960's: Cool Hand Luke Honorable Mention: 2001 A Space Odyssey; Bullitt 1970's: The Godfather (1972). Say ...
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re: 100 Years of Cool: The Coolest Movie By Decade Challenge - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]1960s - Breathless, 8 1/2 (Tie) Both too cool AF to separate. You'll feel like a square even watching these movies today. Jean-Paul Belmond verbally sparring with Jean Seberg is an acting masterclass. And if you want to see where Tarantino got his inspiration for the Pulp Fiction dance sce...
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re: Is SNL really bad now or is it just perception? - SCLSUMuddogs
[quote]It was good in the early years (Dan Aykroyd, Gilda Radner, Eddie Murphy, Garrett Morris, Chevy Chase). It was good in the late 80s/early 90s (Dana Carvey, Mike Meyers, Ellen Cleghorne, Chris Farley). Otherwise it's been unfunny.[/quote] Late 90’s/early 00’s crew was also great. Will Ferr...
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