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09-01-2012, 05:03 PM
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Any thread title mentioning Mark Parrish is bound to be disappointing.

I think one of the mods should lock this thread 2/5th through, just to live up to the thread title

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I think one of the mods should lock this thread 2/5th through, just to live up to the thread title
I think this guy just won the thread.

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Watched "South Park: 6 Days to Air". It's awesome.

Even if you're not really into South Park's style of comedy, this is a pretty good documentary about the crazy process they have for writing their episodes. Also, Matt Stone and Trey Parker talk about why they showed up in dresses for the Oscars in 2000. Hilarious.

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Watched "South Park: 6 Days to Air". It's awesome.

Even if you're not really into South Park's style of comedy, this is a pretty good documentary about the crazy process they have for writing their episodes. Also, Matt Stone and Trey Parker talk about why they showed up in dresses for the Oscars in 2000. Hilarious.
I've noticed 6 Days to Air multiple times while browsing Netflix; I'm a big documentary fan, but not a huge South Park fan.

Thanks for the recommendation, I'll have to check it out.

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Watched "South Park: 6 Days to Air". It's awesome.

Even if you're not really into South Park's style of comedy, this is a pretty good documentary about the crazy process they have for writing their episodes. Also, Matt Stone and Trey Parker talk about why they showed up in dresses for the Oscars in 2000. Hilarious.
Whole new level of respect for those guys after watching that.

They are completely insane, the best kind of completely insane...

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I've noticed 6 Days to Air multiple times while browsing Netflix; I'm a big documentary fan, but not a huge South Park fan.

Thanks for the recommendation, I'll have to check it out.
I know what you mean, I'm not a big fan of their current stuff. Their content is a lot crazier now than the first several seasons (in fact they talk about that in the documentary) but some of their stuff still gets me.

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Whole new level of respect for those guys after watching that.

They are completely insane, the best kind of completely insane...
I'd say they constantly play hopscotch with that genius/insanity line.

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Everyone should watch "Senna", even if they are not into F1 or racing. Or documentaries. It's a brilliant, brilliant movie.

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Everyone should watch "Senna", even if they are not into F1 or racing. Or documentaries. It's a brilliant, brilliant movie.
Just watched it with my dad a few days ago. Love how much hate there was between Senna and Prost.

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Not a fan of this title.
That's the point!

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Just watched it with my dad a few days ago. Love how much hate there was between Senna and Prost.
Great, but stop referring to your dad every post.

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Great, but stop referring to your dad every post.
What in the hell are you talking about? So I mention that I watched it with my dad and somehow that annoys you? Sounds like you have anger problems, get over yourself.

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What in the hell are you talking about? So I mention that I watched it with my dad and somehow that annoys you? Sounds like you have anger problems, get over yourself.
You mention him often though. It's unnecessary.

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I love my Dad. And spending time when I get the chance to. I wouldn't ever feel bad about it if someone were to try to make me. I like it when people have good, healthy relationships with their fathers

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This thread needs more Fel.

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For the record... both my Mom and Dad love (in the case of my Dad loved) to watch movies, and as a treat I take (in the case of my Dad took) them to see movies on a regular basis.

There is nothing loser about doing things for/with your parents ever! They appreciate it very much, and spending time with your parents while they are around is an invaluable thing!

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For the record... both my Mom and Dad love (in the case of my Dad loved) to watch movies, and as a treat I take (in the case of my Dad took) them to see movies on a regular basis.

There is nothing loser about doing things for/with your parents ever! They appreciate it very much, and spending time with your parents while they are around is an invaluable thing!
Also, this. My dad is awesome. He's just got that perfect balance of being able to give advice I'm not asking for, yet need, without sounding like a know-it-all.


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Yikes. It certainly IS hostile in here. We need to be saved by hockey. Or a strip tease. Or LaPanta having a meltdown and feeling the need to move to Ohio. Or......or...........cute little bunnies!


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Yikes. It certainly IS hostile in here. We need to be saved by hockey. Or a strip tease. Or LaPanta having a meltdown and feeling the need to move to Ohio. Or......or...........cute little bunnies!

Inb4 someone asks if you're volunteering.

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How's this for cute little bunny?


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Yikes. It certainly IS hostile in here. We need to be saved by hockey. Or a strip tease. Or LaPanta having a meltdown and feeling the need to move to Ohio. Or......or...........cute little bunnies!

What's the point of "cute" though? How does it serve us? Only people it serves are the ones who are currently being able to monetize the concept.


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For the record... both my Mom and Dad love (in the case of my Dad loved) to watch movies, and as a treat I take (in the case of my Dad took) them to see movies on a regular basis.

There is nothing loser about doing things for/with your parents ever! They appreciate it very much, and spending time with your parents while they are around is an invaluable thing!
You really needed to mention your dad in past tense twice? My dad was a raving alcoholic who left my mother after I was born but not before he sold all our valuables and escaped somewhere north, only to die some years later. Yet, I don't feel the need to mention him to try and get other people to sympathize with me.

Appreciate it very much? Doubt it. I bet there are much better and more productive things any parent can do than spending time with their now-adult offspring.

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