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(Tampa Bay Online)   Disney should quit indoctrinating children with its pro-gay agenda and get back to its traditional family value roots, like evil stepmothers and Song of the South   (tbo.com) divider line 189
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2014-08-14 03:25:12 PM  

Huck And Molly Ziegler: I think anyone who has ever watched Calum Worthy do his job portraying the character "Dez" on the Disney show "Austin & Ally" knows Disney has a pro-gay agenda.

And for that, hundreds of thousands of troubled, conflicted teens are probably grateful.

"Hey, that's ME on the TV screen!"


That's still pro-business agenda. Those confused young children will be thankful for having a character to identify with. And then they will grow up, get married, adopt or find some other way to have a child of their own and then "Oh Disney stuff, I loved that when I was a kid, I'll get some for mine."

Sometimes doing the right thing can make you farkloads of money.
 
2014-08-14 03:26:03 PM  
"If you don't hate something, especially as vehemently as me, obviously you love it and want to gay marry it."

Has the right really sunk to this intellectual low?
 
2014-08-14 03:26:53 PM  

12349876: Mikey1969: You guys want to know what the REAL gay agenda is?


It consists entirely of acting like a worthless imbecile until you're 27, then arranging to live with your sister for 2 years while you start school, in exchange for being nanny to her new daughter. 5 1/2 years later, you need to only be paying the internet bill as you are STILL going to school.

At least that is my brother in law's agenda.Goddamn leech. I really don't think he has much more of an agenda, except to hit the Pride Festival each year. Everything else is pretty much a play it by ear thing...

This Onion article is for you.

Homosexuality Only Thing Parents Can Accept About Son
 http://www.theonion.com/articles/homosexuality-only-thing-parents-c an- accept-about,36622/


Absolutely hilarious. AND spot-on. I award you... The NBA!!
(I ran out of Internets)
 
2014-08-14 03:49:09 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: mrshowrules: Surely Disney never portrayed a judge, politician or police officer with such disrespect before.

Yeah, that was kinda a corollary to his argument. That Disney systematically undermined ANY establishment figure of authority. He had a whole 'seduction of the Innocent II Electric bugaloo' thing going.

But on that one issue, he may have a point. From evil Queens to inept mayors to corrupt English governors to diabolical cardinals and viziers, Disney movies DO kinda do that.

Doesn't mean it's an indoctrination conspiracy though. No one wants to watch a movie about the obedient hall monitor who does his duty.


Disney was not even close to original in that sense.  That dramatic/comedic theme is as old as the hills.
 
2014-08-14 03:52:35 PM  
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2014-08-14 03:56:12 PM  
I ran across this little nugget:

"In the more than thirty-five animated features Disney has released since Snow White in 1937, there is scarcely a mention of God as conceived in the Christian and Jewish faiths shared by most people in the Western world and many beyond. Disney's decision to exclude or excise traditional religion from animated features was in part personal - he was raised by a rigidly fundamentalist father - and in part commercial, designed to keep the product saleable in a worldwide market."
 
2014-08-14 03:59:03 PM  

Grungehamster: dstrick44: Wat Disney characters are openly gay?
Feels like I'm missing something.

Not openly, but certain villains (ex. Ratcliffe) read as fops or dandies, and it's VERY hard to tell that trope apart from the sterotypes of camp gay.


I have no gaydar. I just don't see it.
 
2014-08-14 04:08:03 PM  

mrshowrules: Disney was not even close to original in that sense. That dramatic/comedic theme is as old as the hills.


Agreed. My point is that regardless of whether others have done it, Disney does it. And therefore it is likely a true statement to say that Disney disproportionally depicts authority and establishment figures in a negative light (I have not done a detailed analysis of this, but I believe it is certainly true in the post "9 old men" Disney.

Whether Aladin, Pocahontas, Mulan, The Emporer's New Groove, Hercules, etc. They tend to rigorously use a formula involving a downtrodden upstart rebelling against the expectations of the establishment. Which is not novel or unique, and frankly makes for a more interesting story most of the time.

However, exceptions are not uncommon. Frozen, for instance, involves the travails of the ruling family sisters. It may be true[er] in the last few decades than it used to be. Can't find any of that in Winnie the Pooh and Lady and the Tramp and so on. So I think it's hard to say there is a concerted effort to push a certain specific ideology, though I think there is a cohesive worldview in Disney movies of the last two decades that is a little different from the movies prior to the 90s.

In any event, all that singing and dancing in every modern Disney movie is pretty damn gay.
 
2014-08-14 04:08:27 PM  

abb3w: Disney has made no secret that it pushes a pro-gay agenda. That is most certainly its right. But where does the company draw the line? A former Disney executive I spoke with told me the company has taken direct aim at children to indoctrinate them about gay lifestyles and gay marriage through shows it airs on The Disney Channel and Disney XD.


"A former streetwalker from East St. Louis told me that Douglas Mackinnon takes direct aim at a stuffed panda bear upon ejaculation after having been ferociously pegged by her. She continued to tell me that Mr. Mackinnon seeks to indoctrinate the pubescent kids in his neighborhood by giving them candy, before using cattle prods to force them to ejaculate over a vast array of stuffed animals, porcelain dolls, and 70s-era TV show-themed lunchboxes."

What? It's ever bit as substantive as what this silly little f*cknugget wrote.
 
2014-08-14 04:13:00 PM  

dickfreckle: abb3w: Disney has made no secret that it pushes a pro-gay agenda. That is most certainly its right. But where does the company draw the line? A former Disney executive I spoke with told me the company has taken direct aim at children to indoctrinate them about gay lifestyles and gay marriage through shows it airs on The Disney Channel and Disney XD.

"A former streetwalker from East St. Louis told me that Douglas Mackinnon takes direct aim at a stuffed panda bear upon ejaculation after having been ferociously pegged by her. She continued to tell me that Mr. Mackinnon seeks to indoctrinate the pubescent kids in his neighborhood by giving them candy, before using cattle prods to force them to ejaculate over a vast array of stuffed animals, porcelain dolls, and 70s-era TV show-themed lunchboxes."

What? It's ever bit as substantive as what this silly little f*cknugget wrote.


Fark needs a "eeeewww" button next to "smart" and "funny".
 
2014-08-14 04:16:35 PM  
It's funny that conservatives now think the President of the United States appearing on the Disney Channel is proof of a secret left-wing bias.

He's the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
 
2014-08-14 04:17:36 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: In any event, all that singing and dancing in every modern Disney movie is pretty damn gay.


That's more about focusing on girls than any gay agenda.  You can go to Disney XD, the channel aimed at boys, to get away from the singing and dancing.
 
2014-08-14 04:22:18 PM  

12349876: That's more about focusing on girls than any gay agenda.


You can also say that Disney has a pronounced bias toward female protagonists :)

12349876: You can go to Disney XD, the channel aimed at boys, to get away from the singing and dancing.


Ugh. Why would I want to do that? Have you SEEN anything on Disney Television lately? No thanks. I can't make it more than 10 minutes.

Probably because of Disney's insidious conspiracy of subliminally convincing children that inane blather crapfests with 5 second cuts, terrible acting, abysmal dialog and moronic endlessly recycled and regurgitated plots is legitimate entertainment.

Those bastards.
 
2014-08-14 04:23:03 PM  

Confabulat: He's the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.


Exactly. WTF is he doing on children's television?
 
2014-08-14 04:23:13 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Whether Aladin, Pocahontas, Mulan, The Emporer's New Groove, Hercules, etc. They tend to rigorously use a formula involving a downtrodden upstart rebelling against the expectations of the establishment. Which is not novel or unique, and frankly makes for a more interesting story most of the time.


In fairness, the downtrodden upstart rebel is often joined in their rebellion by a person of privilege (Princess Jasmine, Pocahontas, Lady) who is also rebelling against the expectations of society.
 
2014-08-14 04:26:24 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: He's the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Exactly. WTF is he doing on children's television?


Ask this guy.

tothewire.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-08-14 04:28:04 PM  
Wholesome children's television:

img.fark.net

Proof of secret liberal agenda:

encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
 
2014-08-14 04:32:00 PM  

qorkfiend: BojanglesPaladin: Whether Aladin, Pocahontas, Mulan, The Emporer's New Groove, Hercules, etc. They tend to rigorously use a formula involving a downtrodden upstart rebelling against the expectations of the establishment. Which is not novel or unique, and frankly makes for a more interesting story most of the time.

In fairness, the downtrodden upstart rebel is often joined in their rebellion by a person of privilege (Princess Jasmine, Pocahontas, Lady) who is also rebelling against the expectations of society.


Almost as though Disney is capitalizing (literally) on a cultural value that honors free thought and independence, as well as encouraging children to examine (and if necessary, alter or discard) the rigid strictures that prevent personal growth in children - but also in adults.

We snark a lot about the "Independent Thought Alarms" all over schools, etc; but the fact is that our mythology LURVES apple-cart-upsetters.
 
2014-08-14 04:37:19 PM  
Pro-gay?  You're thinking of the Teletubbies, goo-goo....their rainbow colors, and the purple one with
the purse....it's not a "magic bag"; that's Felix the Cat - the purple one carries a purse.
 
2014-08-14 04:46:28 PM  

Confabulat: Ask this guy.


Citing Sesame Street doesn't have much to do with Disney BTW. Public Television is a whole different thing.

Not to mention the fact that Sesame Street has a long history of featuring first ladies, regardless of party going back to even Barbara Bush and Hillary. It's practically an official function of the Office of the First Lady.

But hey, Maybe you know this stuff better. How many times has Michelle appeared on Disney TV? How many times did Laura Bush? About the same? One more than the other?
 
2014-08-14 04:50:43 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: mrshowrules: Surely Disney never portrayed a judge, politician or police officer with such disrespect before.

Yeah, that was kinda a corollary to his argument. That Disney systematically undermined ANY establishment figure of authority. He had a whole 'seduction of the Innocent II Electric bugaloo' thing going.

But on that one issue, he may have a point. From evil Queens to inept mayors to corrupt English governors to diabolical cardinals and viziers, Disney movies DO kinda do that.

Doesn't mean it's an indoctrination conspiracy though. No one wants to watch a movie about the obedient hall monitor who does his duty.


You mean a film company with an intended audience of children often portrays any authority figure, religious or not, as a buffoon, incompetent, or outright evil?????


GUYS! BJP JUST FIGURED OUT THE MOST AMAZING THING EVAH!!!!
 
2014-08-14 04:54:43 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: Ask this guy.

Citing Sesame Street doesn't have much to do with Disney BTW. Public Television is a whole different thing.

Not to mention the fact that Sesame Street has a long history of featuring first ladies, regardless of party going back to even Barbara Bush and Hillary. It's practically an official function of the Office of the First Lady.

But hey, Maybe you know this stuff better. How many times has Michelle appeared on Disney TV? How many times did Laura Bush? About the same? One more than the other?


How would I know? I don't watch the Disney Channel. But I also grew up in the 1980s and you couldn't shake a stick without seeing Nancy Reagan on kids' TV shouting her Just Say No bullshiat.

But that was wholesome, right?

You don't seem very smart.
 
2014-08-14 04:56:28 PM  
Let's face it, if you are offended the President or the First Lady appears on kids' TV, I have to question your patriotism.
 
2014-08-14 04:59:35 PM  

dstrick44: Grungehamster: dstrick44: Wat Disney characters are openly gay?
Feels like I'm missing something.

Not openly, but certain villains (ex. Ratcliffe) read as fops or dandies, and it's VERY hard to tell that trope apart from the sterotypes of camp gay.

I have no gaydar. I just don't see it.


There is a whole "Needs More Gay" episode about how many people see some of the villains (Scar, Ratcliffe, Ursula, etc.) coded as being gay, but it's very hard to tell where the gay tropes start and other traditional villain elements end (ex. Scar's "I shall practice my curtsy" or "you're weird", "you have no idea"; could be seen as him just being a smarmy bastich or could be hinting at him showing a queer side... though the whole "deleted scene of him trying to make Nala his queen" thing really undercuts that example).

Unrelated, but the best thing in "Need More Gay" is when the host first brings up "bi-erasure" the song "Always" starts to play. "No, that's gay Erasure. Very, VERY gay Erasure."
 
2014-08-14 05:04:48 PM  
This is what we did for fun before Photoshop:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nsibhl1vco
 
2014-08-14 05:05:59 PM  

Confabulat: Let's face it, if you are offended the President or the First Lady appears on kids' TV, I have to question your patriotism.


I'm also having some trouble coming up with a substantive difference between the President appearing on kids' TV versus something like, say, reading a children's book to a class.
 
2014-08-14 05:14:13 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Off the top of your head, name any Disney depiction of a priest, monk, friar, reverend, cardinal, or other 'man of the cloth'.


www.thehunchblog.com



Frolo and Tuck also sprang to mind; plus Tim Curry's scenery-chewing Richelieu, in the non-animated stuff.
 
2014-08-14 05:15:07 PM  

Confabulat: How would I know? I don't watch the Disney Channel. But I also grew up in the 1980s and you couldn't shake a stick without seeing Nancy Reagan on kids' TV shouting her Just Say No bullshiat.But that was wholesome, right?You don't seem very smart.


Smart enough to not be confused about the points I have made. I said the President doesn't really belong on children's television in a conversation about Disney TV.

To which you responded by posting pictures of first ladies on non-Disney programs.

But hey, carry on. Maybe you should go see how many times recent Presidents have appeared on Disney TV since that was the question? Is there any bias or disparity in exposing precious snowflakes to CERTAIN presidents?
 
2014-08-14 05:19:41 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: How would I know? I don't watch the Disney Channel. But I also grew up in the 1980s and you couldn't shake a stick without seeing Nancy Reagan on kids' TV shouting her Just Say No bullshiat.But that was wholesome, right?You don't seem very smart.

Smart enough to not be confused about the points I have made. I said the President doesn't really belong on children's television in a conversation about Disney TV.

To which you responded by posting pictures of first ladies on non-Disney programs.

But hey, carry on. Maybe you should go see how many times recent Presidents have appeared on Disney TV since that was the question? Is there any bias or disparity in exposing precious snowflakes to CERTAIN presidents?


The original comment said "children's television", not "Disney", so comments referencing Sesame Street aren't exactly inappropriate.
 
2014-08-14 05:22:39 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: How would I know? I don't watch the Disney Channel. But I also grew up in the 1980s and you couldn't shake a stick without seeing Nancy Reagan on kids' TV shouting her Just Say No bullshiat.But that was wholesome, right?You don't seem very smart.

Smart enough to not be confused about the points I have made. I said the President doesn't really belong on children's television in a conversation about Disney TV.

To which you responded by posting pictures of first ladies on non-Disney programs.

But hey, carry on. Maybe you should go see how many times recent Presidents have appeared on Disney TV since that was the question? Is there any bias or disparity in exposing precious snowflakes to CERTAIN presidents?


Ha, narrow your lousy argument down to nonsense.

Grow up. So you get offended seeing the President on kids' TV? You probably were President of your school's Reagan-sponsored Just Say No Club, I bet.

You seem like you need more kids' TV. I don't think you're ready to talk like an adult.
 
2014-08-14 05:23:19 PM  

qorkfiend: The original comment said "children's television", not "Disney", so comments referencing Sesame Street aren't exactly inappropriate.


True. Those are the words used in that particular post. I know, because I used them. In a conversation about Disney television on a thread about Disney.

Also, First Lady =/= President.

So his counterpoint about "OMFG! The Disney TV has Obama all over it!" addressed neither Disney TV nor the President.

But you knew that.
 
2014-08-14 05:23:45 PM  
SOME PRESIDENTS ARE EVIL AND SHOULD NOT BE ON KIDS TV UNLESS THEY AGREE WITH ME
 
2014-08-14 05:24:34 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: qorkfiend: The original comment said "children's television", not "Disney", so comments referencing Sesame Street aren't exactly inappropriate.

True. Those are the words used in that particular post. I know, because I used them. In a conversation about Disney television on a thread about Disney.

Also, First Lady =/= President.

So his counterpoint about "OMFG! The Disney TV has Obama all over it!" addressed neither Disney TV nor the President.

But you knew that.


I was addressing the actual article (which complained about Michelle Obama).
 
2014-08-14 05:27:18 PM  
Besides, Disney is one of the greatest success stories of free market capitalism I can think of.
 
2014-08-14 05:29:31 PM  

Confabulat: So you get offended seeing the President on kids' TV?


Who said I was offended? I'm simply saying that there is no need for the President to be on children's programming. You can agree or disagree.

Confabulat: You probably were President of your school's Reagan-sponsored Just Say No Club, I bet.


You seem to have been really traumatized by the Just Say No thing. Show me on the doll where Barb touched you.
(I'm too old to have had any direct experience with it)

Confabulat: You seem like you need more kids' TV. I don't think you're ready to talk like an adult


Ah. So that's what you are left with. How very... mature of you. You COULD have chosen to educate yourself on the very topics you are discussing and share your findings in a civil discussion, instead you opted for.. well, whatever it is you think you are doing here.

Also, you seem to be more than a little confused about what side I am on when it comes to Disney's nefarious plans to corrupt our childrens. Might want to try reading more carefully, but I'm sure they cover that in the later grades.
 
2014-08-14 05:33:16 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: So you get offended seeing the President on kids' TV?

Who said I was offended? I'm simply saying that there is no need for the President to be on children's programming. You can agree or disagree.

Confabulat: You probably were President of your school's Reagan-sponsored Just Say No Club, I bet.

You seem to have been really traumatized by the Just Say No thing. Show me on the doll where Barb touched you.
(I'm too old to have had any direct experience with it)

Confabulat: You seem like you need more kids' TV. I don't think you're ready to talk like an adult

Ah. So that's what you are left with. How very... mature of you. You COULD have chosen to educate yourself on the very topics you are discussing and share your findings in a civil discussion, instead you opted for.. well, whatever it is you think you are doing here.

Also, you seem to be more than a little confused about what side I am on when it comes to Disney's nefarious plans to corrupt our childrens. Might want to try reading more carefully, but I'm sure they cover that in the later grades.


Ha I don't think careful reading of your posts is going to make me smarter and will surely cause me to lose a few IQ points.

So what if Obama put 10,000 clubs in schools to push a certain agenda? What would be your reaction?

Cause you sucked that shiat up in the 80s.

And I don't think the President "needs" to be on kids' TV, but he's the damn President. He's going to show up. It's like you semi-retarded old men only recognize the ones you want. Why is that? Is Obama not your President?

Be specific.
 
2014-08-14 05:33:45 PM  

Confabulat: I was addressing the actual article (which complained about Michelle Obama).


No you weren't.

Here: I'll show you your own post:
2014-08-14 04:16:35 PM
Confabulat: It's funny that conservatives now think the President of the United States appearing on the Disney Channel is proof of a secret left-wing bias. He's the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.


Maybe you should take a deep breath and stop posting for a sec? I'm really not trying to pick on you, but seriously.
 
2014-08-14 05:33:48 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: qorkfiend: The original comment said "children's television", not "Disney", so comments referencing Sesame Street aren't exactly inappropriate.

True. Those are the words used in that particular post. I know, because I used them. In a conversation about Disney television on a thread about Disney.

Also, First Lady =/= President.

So his counterpoint about "OMFG! The Disney TV has Obama all over it!" addressed neither Disney TV nor the President.

But you knew that.


I did. I'm simply pointing out that Sesame Street is the first thing almost everyone thinks of when they hear the phrase "children's television".

But you knew that.
 
2014-08-14 05:35:03 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Show me on the doll where Barb touched you.


By the way, that was Nancy, not Barb. How old are you exactly?
 
2014-08-14 05:37:01 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: I was addressing the actual article (which complained about Michelle Obama).

No you weren't.

Here: I'll show you your own post:
2014-08-14 04:16:35 PM
Confabulat: It's funny that conservatives now think the President of the United States appearing on the Disney Channel is proof of a secret left-wing bias. He's the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Maybe you should take a deep breath and stop posting for a sec? I'm really not trying to pick on you, but seriously.


Oh grow the hell up and talk like a real adult. I don't care about the brand name. I was talking about kids' TV. You're the one obsessing over minutae. How long in American history has there even BEEN a Disney TV? I didn't have it as a kid.
 
2014-08-14 05:37:48 PM  

Confabulat: So what if Obama put 10,000 clubs in schools to push a certain agenda? What would be your reaction?


Hadn't thought about it, since that's not what we are discussing, but if I had to guess, I'd say about the same as it was for the President's fitness Club, or the Just Say No stuff, or Michelle's 'Let's all eat Healthy' thing.

Why? YOU seem to see some big difference depending on who is doing it.

Any chance you can get back to the topic at hand?

Confabulat: And I don't think the President "needs" to be on kids' TV, but he's the damn President. He's going to show up.


LOL. Yeah. Sometimes, the President of the United states accidentally walks through a studio taping of a Children's show. Happens all the time.
 
2014-08-14 05:39:38 PM  

Confabulat: You're the one obsessing over minutae.


Behold, you have figured out half of his schtick.
 
2014-08-14 05:41:02 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Any chance you can get back to the topic at hand?


Step 1: Threadjack
Step 2: Complain about other people getting off topic
Step 3: ????
Step 4: Profit! Troll moar
 
2014-08-14 05:41:51 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: So what if Obama put 10,000 clubs in schools to push a certain agenda? What would be your reaction?

Hadn't thought about it, since that's not what we are discussing, but if I had to guess, I'd say about the same as it was for the President's fitness Club, or the Just Say No stuff, or Michelle's 'Let's all eat Healthy' thing.

Why? YOU seem to see some big difference depending on who is doing it.

Any chance you can get back to the topic at hand?

Confabulat: And I don't think the President "needs" to be on kids' TV, but he's the damn President. He's going to show up.

LOL. Yeah. Sometimes, the President of the United states accidentally walks through a studio taping of a Children's show. Happens all the time.


sigh. you are not a smart man. I can't argue philosophy with a rock.
 
2014-08-14 05:43:21 PM  

Confabulat: Oh grow the hell up and talk like a real adult.


That's your reaction to being called out for a straight up "untruth"?

It seems like you are getting mad because you feel foolish, and that's understandable, but all I've done is correct you when you were incorrect.

I would suggest that maybe you would have better results if you took a deep breath and paused to consider your words more carefully before posting because you are kinda all over the place, you are blatantly contradicting your own statements, and getting yourself caught in your own lies, and just hurling invective and insults. It's unbecoming.

And for what? You are currently arguing against positions that aren't even being taken, and you are attacking people for the opposite of what they are saying. Basically you are flailing and you look a little silly. Calm down. Smooth your shirt. Re-read from the top and take another crack at it when you are thinking clearly.

I am happy to have a conversation, but if you are just going to flail around yelling at people, well.. that's just kinda dull.
 
2014-08-14 05:46:21 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Confabulat: Oh grow the hell up and talk like a real adult.

That's your reaction to being called out for a straight up "untruth"?

It seems like you are getting mad because you feel foolish, and that's understandable, but all I've done is correct you when you were incorrect.

I would suggest that maybe you would have better results if you took a deep breath and paused to consider your words more carefully before posting because you are kinda all over the place, you are blatantly contradicting your own statements, and getting yourself caught in your own lies, and just hurling invective and insults. It's unbecoming.

And for what? You are currently arguing against positions that aren't even being taken, and you are attacking people for the opposite of what they are saying. Basically you are flailing and you look a little silly. Calm down. Smooth your shirt. Re-read from the top and take another crack at it when you are thinking clearly.

I am happy to have a conversation, but if you are just going to flail around yelling at people, well.. that's just kinda dull.


Trust me dude, nothing today will make me feel smarter than this conversation with you.
 
2014-08-14 05:46:42 PM  

grumpfuff: Step 1: Threadjack


I believe we are still discussing the "eeebil conspiracy of Disney to corrupt our precious snowflakes" What are you discussing?

Confabulat: sigh. you are not a smart man. I can't argue philosophy with a rock.


Oh I think the thread speaks for itself. I can at least say I know the words of my own posts, which is apparently more than you can say.

Seriously. Deep breath. Relax.

Now. Tell us why Disney TV is not disproportionally featuring President Obama?
 
2014-08-14 05:47:37 PM  
OK I POSTED SESAME STREET WHEN IT WAS ABOUT DISNEY CHANNEL.

OMG
 
2014-08-14 05:48:24 PM  

BojanglesPaladin: Tell us why Disney TV is not disproportionally featuring President Obama?


I have no idea! Do you watch Disney TV? I don't. I don't even have frickin' cable. I assume you watch a lot?
 
2014-08-14 05:48:52 PM  

Confabulat: Trust me dude, nothing today will make me feel smarter than this conversation with you.


Well I'm happy you have achieved some sense of self-worth derived from your interactions on a web site forum. I think it's awesome that your own estimation of your intelligence has been increased and I'm glad I could be part of it.

With that in mind, I suggest that you NEVER go back and read your posts on this thread.
 
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