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(LiveLeak)   Attack Of The Decapitating Flies would also be a good name for a band   (liveleak.com) divider line 10
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2014-01-23 04:15:52 PM
Why does FARK continue to greenlight so many LiveLeak videos? Leave the snuff, gore and violence to them, please?
 
2014-01-23 04:26:32 PM
I like snuff, gore and violence.  :)

Don't get me wrong, we need to balance it out with cute puppy videos, Uzbekistani yodelers, and slow motion videos of elderly people eating bagels.

Besides, its not like its linking to ogrish.com or anything particularly distasteful.
 
2014-01-23 04:28:53 PM

MelGoesOnTour: Why does FARK continue to greenlight so many LiveLeak videos? Leave the snuff, gore and violence to them, please?


uh...insect snuff videos? i thought those were called nature videos.
 
2014-01-23 05:02:48 PM
So they kill fire ants. Isn't that a good thing?
 
2014-01-23 05:11:57 PM

abhorrent1: So they kill fire ants. Isn't that a good thing?


That's all well and good until you have to freeze the gorillas in winter.*

*I don't fully recall the meme, but I think it ended with gorillas, and the only way to kill that invasive species off was cold.  Or something.

As to the 'snuff' film comment, while I get where you are coming from, this was actually educational, unlike the hawk video.  I'd never heard of these flies before, and did not know fire ants had an enemy at all.  This was quite interesting to me, so no, not really a snuff film.  Even though that's a bit of a silly PETA way to look at videos documenting nature, which can be 'damn, you scary!' in practice.
 
2014-01-23 05:17:14 PM

somemoron: abhorrent1: So they kill fire ants. Isn't that a good thing?

That's all well and good until you have to freeze the gorillas in winter.*

*I don't fully recall the meme, but I think it ended with gorillas, and the only way to kill that invasive species off was cold.  Or something.

As to the 'snuff' film comment, while I get where you are coming from, this was actually educational, unlike the hawk video.  I'd never heard of these flies before, and did not know fire ants had an enemy at all.  This was quite interesting to me, so no, not really a snuff film.  Even though that's a bit of a silly PETA way to look at videos documenting nature, which can be 'damn, you scary!' in practice.


honey badgers are also a very tenacious species, and there are a number of documentaries that make that assertion.
 
2014-01-23 05:30:16 PM

some_beer_drinker: honey badgers are also a very tenacious species, and there are a number of documentaries that make that assertion.


The only documentary I've seen on honey badgers leaves me with the impression that the honey badger is pretty badass doesn't give a shiat.
 
2014-01-23 06:17:01 PM

abhorrent1: So they kill fire ants. Isn't that a good thing?


It's a VERY good thing. This isn't really new. They have been experimenting with these flies for some time. Beats the shiat out of poisoning your property.
 
2014-01-24 02:00:17 AM
Damn, nature, you scary!

/had to be said
 
2014-01-24 02:03:20 AM

FedExPope: Damn, nature, you scary!

/had to be said


somemoron: abhorrent1: So they kill fire ants. Isn't that a good thing?

That's all well and good until you have to freeze the gorillas in winter.*

*I don't fully recall the meme, but I think it ended with gorillas, and the only way to kill that invasive species off was cold.  Or something.

As to the 'snuff' film comment, while I get where you are coming from, this was actually educational, unlike the hawk video.  I'd never heard of these flies before, and did not know fire ants had an enemy at all.  This was quite interesting to me, so no, not really a snuff film.  Even though that's a bit of a silly PETA way to look at videos documenting nature, which can be 'damn, you scary!' in practice.


shiat.
 
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