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2011-01-04 11:43:50 PM
Look, Anderson, if you're looking for someone to spout off some crackpot religious theory, you've got the wrong guy. I don't go in for a lot of that hocus pocus. I'm just a hard-working fella who puts his pants on one leg at a time and believes the grooves on a banana are a code from God that disproves evolution, you know? I leave these conspiracy theories to somebody else.

Sooo about your lack of crackpot theories, Kirk.

I gotta ask, I saw this film when I was on vacation recently, "Fireproof", Kirk Cameron was in it with a bunch of terrible actors. Did anyone else see that? What the hell? Apparently this film made a ton of money? It was terrible.
 
2011-01-04 11:57:54 PM
I love it. I may believe in a bunch of crazy religious shiat, but not that crazy religious shiat.
 
2011-01-05 12:30:04 AM
Dude, CNN isn't even trying anymore. That channel's gonna be nothing but wrestling and ghost chasers soon.
 
2011-01-05 12:33:55 AM
TheOmni: I love it. I may believe in a bunch of crazy religious shiat, but not that crazy religious shiat.

Yes, that's essentially what he said.
 
2011-01-05 12:39:00 AM
Ok so there's a mysterious bird die-off, and the first person CNN calls is Kirk frickin' Cameron?

He's right, they're morons. God I agree with Kirk. These are the end-times.
 
2011-01-05 12:53:58 AM
My favorite comment on this comes from a friend of mine in Japan:

Future historians are so going to laugh their asses off over the US.

"An empire similar to Rome, but less consequential and existing over a shorter span of history. Populated by assclowns. Primarily notable for facilitating the rise of the Pan-Islamic Caliphate (2017-2944), and for primitive electronic publishing of pornography."
 
2011-01-05 01:19:25 AM
fusillade762: My favorite comment on this comes from a friend of mine in Japan:

Future historians are so going to laugh their asses off over the US.

"An empire similar to Rome, but less consequential and existing over a shorter span of history. Populated by assclowns. Primarily notable for facilitating the rise of the Pan-Islamic Caliphate (2017-2944), and for primitive electronic publishing of pornography."


That's over the line... our porn is not primitive.
 
2011-01-05 01:59:08 AM
bighasbeen: our porn is not primitive.

How many tentacles are in the average American porno? Have you ever seen an American stunt tentacle? Except for what Ron Jermey is packing, there aren't any.
 
2011-01-05 02:13:20 AM
Wow, Kirk Cameron made you look ridiculous Anderson. Did you learn at this point that you are no longer a journalist?

Kirk Cameron: Bird falling from the sky? WTF Anderson are you retarded?
Anderson Cooper: But is it the apocalypse?!?!
Kirk: Are you going full derp or what?
 
2011-01-05 03:40:32 AM
mahuika: Look, Anderson, if you're looking for someone to spout off some crackpot religious theory, you've got the wrong guy. I don't go in for a lot of that hocus pocus. I'm just a hard-working fella who puts his pants on one leg at a time and believes the grooves on a banana are a code from God that disproves evolution, you know? I leave these conspiracy theories to somebody else.

Sooo about your lack of crackpot theories, Kirk.

I gotta ask, I saw this film when I was on vacation recently, "Fireproof", Kirk Cameron was in it with a bunch of terrible actors. Did anyone else see that? What the hell? Apparently this film made a ton of money? It was terrible.


Well, the guy had to do something for work. DiCaprio ain't exactly returning his calls anymore.
 
2011-01-05 03:56:58 AM
When Kirk Cameron is the sane guy in the room, you know you've gone full derp.
 
2011-01-05 03:58:30 AM
Whose farking idea was it to book Kirk Cameron for this? Was this Cooper's doing? How can a guy who lays a clean smackdown to idiot birther representatives end up having to interview KIRK farkING CAMERON about bird deaths and whether or not it's the end of days just because he starred in a series of movies about it? Jesus, what next, they interview Tom Hanks the next time there's a new Pope? GOD. farkING. DAMMIT, CNN.

/note to self: decaf...
 
2011-01-05 04:02:43 AM
Dinjiin: bighasbeen: our porn is not primitive.

How many tentacles are in the average American porno? Have you ever seen an American stunt tentacle? Except for what Ron Jermey is packing, there aren't any.


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/huh huh,...subby said monkey..
 
2011-01-05 04:03:19 AM
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Where is your God now?
 
2011-01-05 04:12:27 AM
 
2011-01-05 04:13:03 AM
mahuika: I gotta ask, I saw this film when I was on vacation recently, "Fireproof", Kirk Cameron was in it with a bunch of terrible actors. Did anyone else see that? What the hell? Apparently this film made a ton of money? It was terrible.

It was a movie made by religious-types, and so religious-types went to see it by the busload, and I mean literal buses full of 'em. So the movie did quite well for itself at the box office.
Personally I like this concept. If you're in a niche group and you want to see more movies for like-minded people, vote with your dollars and support those flicks. Don't try to ban movies you don't like.
Having said that, I don't know what "Fireproof" is about, except that some guy said something about "fireproofing your marriage."
 
2011-01-05 04:14:51 AM
SnakeMan: "We've got Kirk Cameron on the line! KIRK CAMERON!!!!" (new window)

Oh damn. Wrong one. I didn't know they did more than one of those sketches. That's what I get for not watching the video first.
 
2011-01-05 04:17:53 AM
Here's the obscure Kirk Cameron reference I was trying to make: Link (new window)
 
2011-01-05 04:18:56 AM
They only invited Kirk Cameron after Sherri Shepherd canceled.
 
2011-01-05 04:20:13 AM
shpritz: They only invited Kirk Cameron after Sherri Shepherd canceled.

Victoria Jackson wanted to do it, but only so she could find where all the delicious blackbirds were. Unfortunately they couldn't fit her in the frame.
 
2011-01-05 04:21:34 AM
SnakeMan: SnakeMan: "We've got Kirk Cameron on the line! KIRK CAMERON!!!!" (new window)

Oh damn. Wrong one. I didn't know they did more than one of those sketches. That's what I get for not watching the video first.


Farkin' kids these days, posting links to videos without watching them first.

/dagnabbit
 
2011-01-05 04:46:45 AM
fusillade762: Dude, CNN isn't even trying anymore. That channel's gonna be nothing but wrestling and ghost chasers soon.

I think you're confusing CNN with USA.
 
2011-01-05 04:58:40 AM
IlGreven: fusillade762: Dude, CNN isn't even trying anymore. That channel's gonna be nothing but wrestling and ghost chasers soon.

I think you're confusing CNN with USA.


No....you're confusing USA with the SyFy Channel. Or the Hysteria Channel(formerly known as The History Channel),for that matter.
 
2011-01-05 07:32:02 AM
Stolen from the comments:
Show me that smile again.
Don't waste another minute on your cryin'.
We're nowhere near the end
(Anderson drops his pants revealing his rugged Mini Cooper)
The best is ready to begin.

Anderson is the growing pain in Kirk


\probably better off left there.
\\liked the Mini Cooper part
 
2011-01-05 07:37:50 AM
GreenAdder: mahuika: I gotta ask, I saw this film when I was on vacation recently, "Fireproof", Kirk Cameron was in it with a bunch of terrible actors. Did anyone else see that? What the hell? Apparently this film made a ton of money? It was terrible.

It was a movie made by religious-types, and so religious-types went to see it by the busload, and I mean literal buses full of 'em. So the movie did quite well for itself at the box office.
Personally I like this concept. If you're in a niche group and you want to see more movies for like-minded people, vote with your dollars and support those flicks. Don't try to ban movies you don't like.
Having said that, I don't know what "Fireproof" is about, except that some guy said something about "fireproofing your marriage."


It's by a church that's made a couple movies. So basically, 'made for TV' quality or less. They aren't actors so much as folks from around town. The premise of the movie was that:

1) Kirk's character was a selfish jerk
2) His marriage was falling apart as a result
3) His dad gives him an old journal with 40 days of tasks to get his head out of his butt & save his marriage
4) He didn't want to save his marriage at first
5) The necessity of prayer to change his heart
6) He begins to take actions & later repents
7) His wife doesn't believe or want it
8) Her heart changes

I gave this movie to some friends whose marriage was on the rocks. The movie was so popular, that they made a workbook out of the journal from the movie.

If you believe this sort of thing, it's not wholly your own will power that can accomplish the change & repair the damage. Plus some sort of commandment to actually love each other as in take actions. Not here meaning the wash of brain chemicals to procreate, but the promise to take care of.

Didn't mind the movie, but the acting was terrible. You can see from the deleted scenes how bad it might have been.
 
2011-01-05 08:06:06 AM
penguin31: When Kirk Cameron is the sane guy in the room, you know you've gone full derp.

That was my thought. The guys a moron but he was fairly sane here. Of course he did agree to the interview rather than having a rep just answer with his first line about asking a veterinarian.
 
2011-01-05 09:07:55 AM
Felix_T_Cat: GreenAdder: mahuika: I gotta ask, I saw this film when I was on vacation recently, "Fireproof", Kirk Cameron was in it with a bunch of terrible actors. Did anyone else see that? What the hell? Apparently this film made a ton of money? It was terrible.

It was a movie made by religious-types, and so religious-types went to see it by the busload, and I mean literal buses full of 'em. So the movie did quite well for itself at the box office.
Personally I like this concept. If you're in a niche group and you want to see more movies for like-minded people, vote with your dollars and support those flicks. Don't try to ban movies you don't like.
Having said that, I don't know what "Fireproof" is about, except that some guy said something about "fireproofing your marriage."

It's by a church that's made a couple movies. So basically, 'made for TV' quality or less. They aren't actors so much as folks from around town. The premise of the movie was that:

1) Kirk's character was a selfish jerk
2) His marriage was falling apart as a result
3) His dad gives him an old journal with 40 days of tasks to get his head out of his butt & save his marriage
4) He didn't want to save his marriage at first
5) The necessity of prayer to change his heart
6) He begins to take actions & later repents
7) His wife doesn't believe or want it
8) Her heart changes

I gave this movie to some friends whose marriage was on the rocks. The movie was so popular, that they made a workbook out of the journal from the movie.

If you believe this sort of thing, it's not wholly your own will power that can accomplish the change & repair the damage. Plus some sort of commandment to actually love each other as in take actions. Not here meaning the wash of brain chemicals to procreate, but the promise to take care of.

Didn't mind the movie, but the acting was terrible. You can see from the deleted scenes how bad it might have been.


Agree on the acting, and the whole Religious Lifetime vibe.

My favorite part was when he took a bat to his PC because it had the gall to force him to look at porn. Look at, but not enough to visit the ol' spank bank.

Damn machines.
 
2011-01-05 09:09:50 AM
i don't believe in evolution either.

i accept it as the best explanation for the facts observed. That's not the same as belief.
 
2011-01-05 10:04:39 AM
RevLovejoy: My favorite part was when he took a bat to his PC because it had the gall to force him to look at porn. Look at, but not enough to visit the ol' spank bank.

Damn machines.


I hate when my computer forces me to look at porn over and Over and OVER!!!

/and I'm spent
 
2011-01-05 10:10:58 AM
Never mind killing Hitler as a baby. I want to go back in time and have ABC execs fire his holier-than-thou ass.
 
2011-01-05 10:26:57 AM
I always wanted to throw Kirk Cameron and Alec Baldwin in a room, lock the door, and watch what would happen.

Is that wrong?
 
2011-01-05 10:37:36 AM
angrygrizzly: I always wanted to throw Kirk Cameron and Alec Baldwin in a room, lock the door, and watch what would happen.

Is that wrong?


Only if you don't post the footage here.
 
2011-01-05 10:44:26 AM
500 dead birds in Louisiana isn't that big of a deal, it's duck season.
 
Ant
2011-01-05 10:54:41 AM
mahuika: I gotta ask, I saw this film when I was on vacation recently, "Fireproof", Kirk Cameron was in it with a bunch of terrible actors. Did anyone else see that? What the hell? Apparently this film made a ton of money? It was terrible.

You don't live in the parallel universe that is fundamentalist Christianity. They've got to take whatever they can get, whether it be crappy music or crappy movies.
 
2011-01-05 10:55:50 AM
apeiron242: i don't believe in evolution either.


You could have stopped there.
 
Ant
2011-01-05 11:04:47 AM
apeiron242: i don't believe in evolution either.

i accept it as the best explanation for the facts observed. That's not the same as belief.


That
 
2011-01-05 11:13:27 AM
angrygrizzly: I always wanted to throw Kirk Cameron and Alec Baldwin in a room, lock the door, and watch what would happen.

Is that wrong?


Overly-hairy schwedde ball-on-ball action?
 
2011-01-05 11:18:53 AM
Look, Anderson, if you're looking for someone to spout off some crackpot religious theory, you've got the wrong guy. I don't go in for a lot of that hocus pocus. I'm just a hard-working fella who puts his pants on one leg at a time and believes the grooves on a banana are a code from God that disproves evolution, you know? I leave these conspiracy theories to somebody else


Hard working? Where is he working? I haven't seen him work on TV or the movies in decades. I know he was in Fireproof, but that movies is just proof of how easy it is to make money off christians.
 
2011-01-05 11:35:54 AM
PYROY: 500 dead birds in Louisiana isn't that big of a deal, it's duck season.

Rabbit season.
 
2011-01-05 11:46:25 AM
Scoop84: PYROY: 500 dead birds in Louisiana isn't that big of a deal, it's duck season.

RWabbit season.


FTFY
 
2011-01-05 12:02:03 PM
mahuika: Look, Anderson, if you're looking for someone to spout off some crackpot religious theory, you've got the wrong guy. I don't go in for a lot of that hocus pocus. I'm just a hard-working fella who puts his pants on one leg at a time and believes the grooves on a banana are a code from God that disproves evolution, you know? I leave these conspiracy theories to somebody else.

Sooo about your lack of crackpot theories, Kirk.

I gotta ask, I saw this film when I was on vacation recently, "Fireproof", Kirk Cameron was in it with a bunch of terrible actors. Did anyone else see that? What the hell? Apparently this film made a ton of money? It was terrible.


(csb)
I was in Colombia this summer, and I did most of my traveling there by bus. I made the long trips between Bogotá and Medellin, then Medellin to Cartagena. Then Cartagena all the way back to Bogotá. On each of these journeys, the bus driver put Fireproof on more than once. Life is hard, and the movie is awful.

/also got to see Little Man several times each trip
(/csb)
 
2011-01-05 12:20:40 PM
stuhayes2010 2011-01-05 11:18:53 AM
Look, Anderson, if you're looking for someone to spout off some crackpot religious theory, you've got the wrong guy. I don't go in for a lot of that hocus pocus. I'm just a hard-working fella who puts his pants on one leg at a time and believes the grooves on a banana are a code from God that disproves evolution, you know? I leave these conspiracy theories to somebody else


Hard working? Where is he working? I haven't seen him work on TV or the movies in decades. I know he was in Fireproof, but that movies is just proof of how easy it is to make money off christians.


i120.photobucket.com

/Wants Jesus' salvation all over his face.
 
2011-01-05 12:47:35 PM
bighasbeen: fusillade762: My favorite comment on this comes from a friend of mine in Japan:

Future historians are so going to laugh their asses off over the US.

"An empire similar to Rome, but less consequential and existing over a shorter span of history. Populated by assclowns. Primarily notable for facilitating the rise of the Pan-Islamic Caliphate (2017-2944), and for primitive electronic publishing of pornography."

That's over the line... our porn is not primitive.


Clearly it was intelligently designed by a higher power. A higher power with a thing for midgets and albinos.
 
2011-01-05 12:59:05 PM
Nuclear Monk: Clearly it was intelligently designed by a higher power. A higher power with a thing for midgets and albinos.

They have albino porn now?

/fap
 
2011-01-05 02:15:58 PM
Mega Steve: Nuclear Monk: Clearly it was intelligently designed by a higher power. A higher power with a thing for midgets and albinos.

They have albino porn now?

/fap


Meh. It's all slash fiction about Elric and Arioch.
 
2011-01-05 02:50:40 PM
few things:

1) "Look, Anderson, if you're looking for someone to spout off some crackpot religious theory, you've got the wrong guy.[edit].. I leave these conspiracy theories to somebody else."
this was a joke from the article. kirk didnt actually say this.

2) kirk was probably asked to be on to promote his new documentary, and either CNN or anderson cooper had the brilliant idea to also ask him about the bird death, since it was a hot topic at the moment.

3) my CSB.. i was in a tiny hole in the wall restaurant in new orleans about 4 months ago. 4 tables in the whole place. only 2 were sat.. my small group, and anderson cooper with 2 other people right next to us. i considered asking to take a quick picture with him, but he just sat there and scowled the whole time. he made sure to look VERY unapproachable.

/not religious in the slightest.
 
2011-01-05 07:41:42 PM
lennavan: Scoop84: PYROY: 500 dead birds in Louisiana isn't that big of a deal, it's duck season.

RWabbit season.

FTFY


Can't we have both?
 
2011-01-05 08:04:18 PM
I remember when Kirk Cameron was still relevant.
 
2011-01-05 08:43:26 PM
TeddyRooseveltsMustache: I remember when Kirk Cameron was still relevant.

He may be less famous but, seriously, he is more relevant now than he was at the peak of his fame. He is having more of an impact now. It may not be the best impact, or make much sense, but the people listening to him now are listening regarding serious issues, whether we agree with him or not.
 
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