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(Onion AV Club)   Harry Anderson discovers that Night Court residual checks no longer cover the rent, agrees to appear in a pro-creationism flick   (avclub.com) divider line 69
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2014-05-03 12:03:40 AM
At least it's not geocentrism, no one is that stupid.
 
2014-05-03 12:17:08 AM
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2014-05-03 12:20:09 AM

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Like the firmly clutched extremity of a seriously annoyed deity
 
2014-05-03 12:48:38 AM
He just disapeered.
 
2014-05-03 01:24:50 AM
"Life comes from life; it doesn't come from non-life,"

What does that even mean?
 
2014-05-03 01:27:55 AM

fusillade762: "Life comes from life; it doesn't come from non-life,"

What does that even mean?


Reasons

/and furthermore
 
2014-05-03 01:42:44 AM
I watched that damn trailer.  That thing is cringeworthy.
 
2014-05-03 03:52:08 AM

fusillade762: What does that even mean?


It means God couldn't have created us since He isn't technically life.
 
2014-05-03 04:30:29 AM
Damn, he got oldish.
 
2014-05-03 04:36:07 AM

fusillade762: "Life comes from life; it doesn't come from non-life,"

What does that even mean?


Look here simpleton, the tides come in, the tides go out, life comes in, life goes out, you can't explain that. That's what it means.
 
2014-05-03 04:39:28 AM
I'd watch a pro-creationism film if the opening credits were set to the Night Court theme.

(Well, I'd watch the opening credits at least)
 
2014-05-03 04:47:18 AM
I don't give two shiats about his beliefs or what he's willing to do for money. Night Court is awesome, and he was great on Cheers.
 
2014-05-03 04:50:12 AM
I'd heard that Harry Anderson had fallen on hard times, but I hadn't imagined it was this dire. Damn.

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2014-05-03 04:51:01 AM
Oh those fundies.  I wish I could live in such a simple, well-defined, and just reality as they do.  Unfortunately, I have yet to find the brain surgeon that will safely remove the 75% of my cerebrum necessary for me to join that community.
 
2014-05-03 05:12:06 AM

MayoSlather: fusillade762: "Life comes from life; it doesn't come from non-life,"

What does that even mean?

Look here simpleton, the tides come in, the tides go out, life comes in, life goes out, you can't explain that. That's what it means.


i18.photobucket.com
 
2014-05-03 05:32:46 AM

robohobo: I don't give two shiats about his beliefs or what he's willing to do for money. Night Court is awesome, and he was great on Cheers.


He was even good on Dave's World and that read like someone sanitized Dave Barry's actual column.
 
2014-05-03 06:26:46 AM
Light comes from darkness.
Darkness comes from darkness within darkness.
 
2014-05-03 06:29:19 AM

Shadowtag: robohobo: I don't give two shiats about his beliefs or what he's willing to do for money. Night Court is awesome, and he was great on Cheers.

He was even good on Dave's World and that read like someone sanitized Dave Barry's actual column.


All this, and he's on the old end of the scale now.  I grant a special exception to older people.  You can be a racist homophobe creationist and I'll cease to give a fark if you're 80 years old.(he's more like 72 or so, but close enough).

The ratio of pants shiattingly crazy in old people is sad, but it's a fact of life.  Sure, I may wish the really vile ones, (and some can be very very bad) would go ahead and die already, but they don't make me as annoyed as younger people that have no excuse.

Really, crazy happens in young people too, but they gain credit with their youth because they look normal.  Society gives them a break by default.  That's what's most annoying.
 
2014-05-03 06:30:39 AM
62...it's too early in the morning

/still close enough, though it's more borderline
 
2014-05-03 06:42:47 AM

omeganuepsilon: Shadowtag: robohobo: I don't give two shiats about his beliefs or what he's willing to do for money. Night Court is awesome, and he was great on Cheers.

He was even good on Dave's World and that read like someone sanitized Dave Barry's actual column.

All this, and he's on the old end of the scale now.  I grant a special exception to older people.  You can be a racist homophobe creationist and I'll cease to give a fark if you're 80 years old.(he's more like 72 or so, but close enough).

The ratio of pants shiattingly crazy in old people is sad, but it's a fact of life.  Sure, I may wish the really vile ones, (and some can be very very bad) would go ahead and die already, but they don't make me as annoyed as younger people that have no excuse.

Really, crazy happens in young people too, but they gain credit with their youth because they look normal.  Society gives them a break by default.  That's what's most annoying.


what about the clippers' owner?
 
2014-05-03 07:06:04 AM

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Yup. I'd tear Markie Post's Zuul lookin ass up, son! UP SON!
 
2014-05-03 07:08:52 AM
I loved Night Court.. though it was that horny bastard Dan Fielding that was the funniest.
 
2014-05-03 07:31:21 AM

sprgrss: I watched that damn trailer.  That thing is cringeworthy.


Same here. It looks like it will be even more mind numbingly insulting to anyone with a functional brain stem than God's Not Dead.  Something I figured would be very hard to accomplish.
 
2014-05-03 07:42:35 AM
Harry's a gambler and a trickster. He knows full well the implications of Pascal's Wager, and he's close enough to the end of the line that he may as well hedge his bets.
 
2014-05-03 07:44:19 AM

Ecobuckeye: Harry's a gambler and a trickster. He knows full well the implications of Pascal's Wager, and he's close enough to the end of the line that he may as well hedge his bets.


I mean, he did write this, which I read over and over and over as a kid:

www.mymagic.com
 
2014-05-03 07:47:50 AM

Red Shirt Blues:


Ahhh Markie Post! Brings back memories of watching night court and not knowing why I was grinding my prepubescent boner into the carpet. Well, other than it felt good.
/would give her a nostalgia fark today
 
2014-05-03 07:55:58 AM

laid back w/bud light: Red Shirt Blues:

Ahhh Markie Post! Brings back memories of watching night court and not knowing why I was grinding my prepubescent boner into the carpet. Well, other than it felt good.
/would give her a nostalgia fark today

www.grayflannelsuit.net
 
2014-05-03 08:05:36 AM

fusillade762: "Life comes from life; it doesn't come from non-life,"

What does that even mean?


You can't create matter. You can't destroy it. You can only change it?

/got nothing
//not really. Nature abhors a vacuum.
 
2014-05-03 08:08:21 AM
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2014-05-03 08:16:27 AM

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31.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-05-03 08:17:49 AM

omeganuepsilon: Shadowtag: robohobo: I don't give two shiats about his beliefs or what he's willing to do for money. Night Court is awesome, and he was great on Cheers.

He was even good on Dave's World and that read like someone sanitized Dave Barry's actual column.

All this, and he's on the old end of the scale now.  I grant a special exception to older people.  You can be a racist homophobe creationist and I'll cease to give a fark if you're 80 years old.(he's more like 72 or so, but close enough).

The ratio of pants shiattingly crazy in old people is sad, but it's a fact of life.  Sure, I may wish the really vile ones, (and some can be very very bad) would go ahead and die already, but they don't make me as annoyed as younger people that have no excuse.

Really, crazy happens in young people too, but they gain credit with their youth because they look normal.  Society gives them a break by default.  That's what's most annoying.


He's 61
 
2014-05-03 08:19:04 AM

Ecobuckeye: Harry's a gambler and a trickster. He knows full well the implications of Pascal's Wager, and he's close enough to the end of the line that he may as well hedge his bets.


Pascal's Wager is a coward's bet and an insult to the God it attempts to convince you to worship. It's used by people who think God is so stupid that He can't see into your mind and no that you don't have faith, you are just scared of Hell. And that's not even accounting for the fact that you could be following the wrong god or the right god in the wrong way.

Pascal may have been a brilliant mathematician, but he was a shiatty theologian.
 
2014-05-03 08:21:00 AM

Ed Grubermann: Pascal may have been a brilliant mathematician, but he was a shiatty theologian.


Agreed.

For more information, please see my Boobies in this thread.
 
2014-05-03 08:21:19 AM
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2014-05-03 08:21:56 AM

fusillade762: "Life comes from life; it doesn't come from non-life,"

What does that even mean?


It means that they don't know the difference between abiogenesis and spontaneous generation. Or, rather, they do, they just try to conflate them. Which is funny because they believe we're made from dust. It's like they don't have clue 1 about what they beleive.
 
2014-05-03 08:23:37 AM

Macinfarker: Ed Grubermann: Pascal may have been a brilliant mathematician, but he was a shiatty theologian.

Agreed.

For more information, please see my Boobies in this thread.


I'm too busy looking at Markie Post's boobies.
 
2014-05-03 08:24:21 AM

Macinfarker: Macinfarker: Ed Grubermann: Pascal may have been a brilliant mathematician, but he was a shiatty theologian.

Agreed.

For more information, please see my Boobies in this thread.

Wow, seriously?  Even using the phrase Weeners [sic] in the middle of the thread gets the boobies award?  I call shenanigans!!


And twiced.  f.e.r.s.t.  p.o.s.t.  You'd think it'd show in preview...
 
2014-05-03 08:26:07 AM

Ed Grubermann: Macinfarker: Ed Grubermann: Pascal may have been a brilliant mathematician, but he was a shiatty theologian.

Agreed.

For more information, please see my Boobies in this thread.

I'm too busy looking at Markie Post's boobies.


I got nabbed by the boobies award for referring to the first time I commented in the thread.  Then I got twiced when I tried to inform you what had happened.  Fark is ALWAYS stealing my thunder.  MY THUNDER!!!!!
 
2014-05-03 08:35:15 AM

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What's with all the Rod Stewart pics?
 
2014-05-03 08:38:14 AM

fusillade762: "Life comes from life; it doesn't come from non-life,"

What does that even mean?


False logic. It doesn't mean anything, it's a filter. If a rube buys that premise, he/she will buy the rest. It saves the con man valuable time.
 
2014-05-03 08:38:24 AM

Montag19: John Buck 41: [ecx.images-amazon.com image 317x400]
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What's with all the Rod Stewart pics?


Your man card.  Hand it in.
 
2014-05-03 08:42:12 AM

Ecobuckeye: Harry's a gambler and a trickster. He knows full well the implications of Pascal's Wager, and he's close enough to the end of the line that he may as well hedge his bets.


So he worships Zeus?
 
2014-05-03 08:52:04 AM
Dan Fielding was a test run for Barney Stinson. Could be true, who knows.
 
2014-05-03 08:53:36 AM
I get that faith is knowing about what can be seen. I don't get that it means ignoring what can be seen.
 
2014-05-03 08:54:44 AM
US Americans understand this perfectly.
 
2014-05-03 09:08:27 AM
phalamir:

He's 61

Hence why i immediately posted again to correct my error.
 
2014-05-03 09:17:24 AM

Alphax: Montag19: John Buck 41: [ecx.images-amazon.com image 317x400]
[iv1.lisimg.com image 600x751]
[img002.lazygirls.info image 435x640]

What's with all the Rod Stewart pics?

Your man card.  Hand it in.


She had an amazing bod but she really wasn't pretty in the traditional sense.
 
2014-05-03 09:34:20 AM

frepnog: She had an amazing bod but she really wasn't pretty in the traditional sense.


I think that was part of the appeal.  For me it's like Anna Paquin.  A lot of people hate her tooth gap, but I find it sexy as hell.
 
2014-05-03 09:41:22 AM

frepnog: Alphax: Montag19: John Buck 41: [ecx.images-amazon.com image 317x400]
[iv1.lisimg.com image 600x751]
[img002.lazygirls.info image 435x640]

What's with all the Rod Stewart pics?

Your man card.  Hand it in.

She had an amazing bod but she really wasn't pretty in the traditional sense.


it's the big hair.. it's confusing you. but you must remember, it was the 80's and everyone went around like that. it was the hieght of fashion. so much aqua net was spilt in that decade we put a hole in the ozone layer.
 
2014-05-03 10:11:58 AM

Ecobuckeye: Ecobuckeye: Harry's a gambler and a trickster. He knows full well the implications of Pascal's Wager, and he's close enough to the end of the line that he may as well hedge his bets.

I mean, he did write this, which I read over and over and over as a kid:


One of the best books I've ever read, and the reason I only play craps at the casino.
 
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