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templest




PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2004 4:30 pm   Post subject: Fahrenheit 9/11...

Aren't you glad you're not "american"? Sure, our government is as bad as the next, but at least we don't kill people to make us richer.

I specially like the part when Michael Moore attempted to get members of congress to sign their kids to go fight in Iraq, and he managed to convince no one.

Hopefully enough people see this film so that next time, they don't give out their votes so loosly. Confused

I won't bother spewing out endless babble telling you how evil the U.S. is, but I do encourage people to see this movie.

Michael Moore does not care in the least about the prating of this film, and in fact, encourages people to do so, if it means that more people will see it, so long as people don't make economical profit from this film.

You can read Moore's position on all this within this article:
http://www.sundayherald.com/43167

And by all means go to the theatre and watch it, then buy the video. But for whatever reason, if you can't watch this film by those means, since we have Mr. Moore's blessing, I see no problem with posting this link:

http://s2.isohunt.com/download.php?mode=bt&id=2238634

You'll get the movie in around 20-40 minutes with a broadband connection.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2004 6:42 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

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I specially like the part when Roger Moore attempted to get members of congress to sign their kids to go fight in Iraq, and he managed to convince no one.


Yes...we all love that Roger Moore...

The movie rocked. Pay to go see it. It's worth it. (I payed $4.25 at our local crappy cinemas...but the big screen is useful...otherwise you run the risk of throwing something large, heavy, and/or blunt into your computer monitor/TV screen...)
templest




PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2004 7:12 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

I didn't repeat the typo later on, so it's safe to assume it was a typo. I have a T.V. in my room, and in my quite ramblings on how much I hate corny commercials, reffering to that ballerina rogers highspeed commercial, I typed "Roger". Razz

Super Templest Typo Skill Go!

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jonos




PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2004 11:35 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

Yoyoyo I watched it, er, downloaded it as I am not paying money to support some fat guy make propagandha films. I watched half of the first part of the download and then stopped because it didn't make me laugh like Bowling for Columbine did.

Damn, I'm sure glad I'm not American because everyone would hate me, but then again am I proud that I am Canadian so I can hate myself?

Basically the film spends it's time telling us how bad Bush is and only showing one side of the argument to give the impression that it is the only side. Like where it shows the protesters at his innaugeration. Why did Moore not show the people happy for Bush because there surely was? Maybe it didn't fit his message he was trying to shit on us. Also, Moore uses quotes and facts saying that Bush spent 40% or something of his time on vacation and shows him golfing, cutting wood, etc, but he fails to show all the buildings and trailers on the ranch where Bush has to do work in the morning. This was in Time of course where I read and saw pictures of this.

Also, Moore says that Bush "didn't know what to do" when he learned of the attacks on the Towers, so he just read the book with the kids. Now if Bush had simply just run out of that classroom without meeting the kids, Moore would have probably said that he was a racist because the kids were black, or that Bush didn't have enough time for black kids whose parents were most likely Democrats.

Also, Moore basically says that 9/11 was caused by Bush's lack of meetings and work, but it did not mention the fact that the attacks were being planned well before Bush - during the Clinton era. Now Moore should have said that Clinton should have been paying more attention to terrorists than sticking cigars up Monica Lewinsky's vagina or something of that sort.

I'm feeling dizzy now so I will stop. Maybe I went into watching this with a bad attitude towards Moore and his "documentaries", but I will still urge none of you to go and pay for it to support some fat guy make propagandha films to further his own political agendas. Hell, he can't even rebuke the rebukes that have been rebuked at his own arguments, he has to pay some people.
Maverick




PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2004 11:35 pm   Post subject: Re: Fahrenheit 9/11...

templest wrote:
Aren't you glad you're not "american"? Sure, our government is as bad as the next, but at least we don't kill people to make us richer.

I specially like the part when Michael Moore attempted to get members of congress to sign their kids to go fight in Iraq, and he managed to convince no one.

Hopefully enough people see this film so that next time, they don't give out their votes so loosly. Confused

I won't bother spewing out endless babble telling you how evil the U.S. is, but I do encourage people to see this movie.

Michael Moore does not care in the least about the prating of this film, and in fact, encourages people to do so, if it means that more people will see it, so long as people don't make economical profit from this film.

You can read Moore's position on all this within this article:
http://www.sundayherald.com/43167

And by all means go to the theatre and watch it, then buy the video. But for whatever reason, if you can't watch this film by those means, since we have Mr. Moore's blessing, I see no problem with posting this link:

http://s2.isohunt.com/download.php?mode=bt&id=2238634

You'll get the movie in around 20-40 minutes with a broadband connection.


The d/l didnt work BLAH!
templest




PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2004 5:31 pm   Post subject: Re: Fahrenheit 9/11...

Maverick wrote:
The d/l didnt work BLAH!


Really? Do you have a router? If so... there's some ports to you need to open up. It could also be a gross client you use. I use Azureus.

If not, suprnova.org has the original torrent. This one is modified by isohunt in order to serve their own users. Razz . The suprnova one's a little emptier than the isohunt one but it'll still get it to you fast. When I mean "empty" I mean in comparisson, it still has well over 3,000 peers. Wink

The isohunt one has nearly 10,000. Shocked

anyways: http://66.90.75.92/suprnova//torrents/2042/Fahrenheit911.torrent
templest




PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2004 5:37 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

jonos wrote:
Yoyoyo I watched it, er, downloaded it as I am not paying money to support some fat guy make propagandha films. I watched half of the first part of the download and then stopped because it didn't make me laugh like Bowling for Columbine did.

Damn, I'm sure glad I'm not American because everyone would hate me, but then again am I proud that I am Canadian so I can hate myself?

Basically the film spends it's time telling us how bad Bush is and only showing one side of the argument to give the impression that it is the only side. Like where it shows the protesters at his innaugeration. Why did Moore not show the people happy for Bush because there surely was? Maybe it didn't fit his message he was trying to shit on us. Also, Moore uses quotes and facts saying that Bush spent 40% or something of his time on vacation and shows him golfing, cutting wood, etc, but he fails to show all the buildings and trailers on the ranch where Bush has to do work in the morning. This was in Time of course where I read and saw pictures of this.

Also, Moore says that Bush "didn't know what to do" when he learned of the attacks on the Towers, so he just read the book with the kids. Now if Bush had simply just run out of that classroom without meeting the kids, Moore would have probably said that he was a racist because the kids were black, or that Bush didn't have enough time for black kids whose parents were most likely Democrats.

Also, Moore basically says that 9/11 was caused by Bush's lack of meetings and work, but it did not mention the fact that the attacks were being planned well before Bush - during the Clinton era. Now Moore should have said that Clinton should have been paying more attention to terrorists than sticking cigars up Monica Lewinsky's vagina or something of that sort.

I'm feeling dizzy now so I will stop. Maybe I went into watching this with a bad attitude towards Moore and his "documentaries", but I will still urge none of you to go and pay for it to support some fat guy make propagandha films to further his own political agendas. Hell, he can't even rebuke the rebukes that have been rebuked at his own arguments, he has to pay some people.


Are you an idiot? Wow... I honestly have lost all respect for you. Not only have you managed to make completely rediculous retorts, but you have as well managed to make yourself look like someone who's better off not voting at all, for everyone's sake. Mad

I have no desire to argue with someone who's opinions are as foolish as yours.
Maverick




PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2004 5:45 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

jonos wrote:
Yoyoyo I watched it, er, downloaded it as I am not paying money to support some fat guy make propagandha films. I watched half of the first part of the download and then stopped because it didn't make me laugh like Bowling for Columbine did.

Damn, I'm sure glad I'm not American because everyone would hate me, but then again am I proud that I am Canadian so I can hate myself?

Basically the film spends it's time telling us how bad Bush is and only showing one side of the argument to give the impression that it is the only side. Like where it shows the protesters at his innaugeration. Why did Moore not show the people happy for Bush because there surely was? Maybe it didn't fit his message he was trying to shit on us. Also, Moore uses quotes and facts saying that Bush spent 40% or something of his time on vacation and shows him golfing, cutting wood, etc, but he fails to show all the buildings and trailers on the ranch where Bush has to do work in the morning. This was in Time of course where I read and saw pictures of this.

Also, Moore says that Bush "didn't know what to do" when he learned of the attacks on the Towers, so he just read the book with the kids. Now if Bush had simply just run out of that classroom without meeting the kids, Moore would have probably said that he was a racist because the kids were black, or that Bush didn't have enough time for black kids whose parents were most likely Democrats.

Also, Moore basically says that 9/11 was caused by Bush's lack of meetings and work, but it did not mention the fact that the attacks were being planned well before Bush - during the Clinton era. Now Moore should have said that Clinton should have been paying more attention to terrorists than sticking cigars up Monica Lewinsky's vagina or something of that sort.

I'm feeling dizzy now so I will stop. Maybe I went into watching this with a bad attitude towards Moore and his "documentaries", but I will still urge none of you to go and pay for it to support some fat guy make propagandha films to further his own political agendas. Hell, he can't even rebuke the rebukes that have been rebuked at his own arguments, he has to pay some people.


Clinton was agreat president who led the US through a time of propserity. And its not like hes the first president to cheat on his wife. I cant believe you support Bush Cussing
templest




PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2004 6:01 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

Okay, fück it.. I will.

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I watched half of the first part of the download and then stopped because it didn't make me laugh like Bowling for Columbine did.


The download isn't there to avoid paying, it's for people whom can't pay. ie: you live in a country that won't show it in theatres. And you completely come out by saying the film is non-"likable" because it doesn't make you laugh? I have something shocking to reveal... IT'S NOT A FỮCKING COMEDY!

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Damn, I'm sure glad I'm not American because everyone would hate me, but then again am I proud that I am Canadian so I can hate myself?


A very stupid paradox, and a waste of a paragraph. Actually, It's not even a paradox. Oh my God! Do you have any idea, of what the fück you just said!?

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Why did Moore not show the people happy for Bush because there surely was? Maybe it didn't fit his message he was trying to shit on us.


That was the man's innauguration ceremony! Why didn't you see the supporters to see the man they love becom president? Why only the anti Bushians? Maybe because the people who are against Bush and the techniques he used to win are completely devious? More so than what's to be expected, far out number the supporters. Actually, most of his supporters would rather watch the ceremony from their mansions, on their 200" HD Plasma Screen TV. Rolling Eyes

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Also, Moore uses quotes and facts saying that Bush spent 40% or something of his time on vacation and shows him golfing, cutting wood, etc, but he fails to show all the buildings and trailers on the ranch where Bush has to do work in the morning.


Let me spell this one clearly for you: CUTTING WOOD, IS NOT, THE MAN'S, JOB!

What would your boss think if he hired you to program a database and you spent 40% of your time cleaning the furniture?

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This was in Time of course where I read and saw pictures of this.


Trying to make yourself smart because you read the "TIME" magazine? Reading time is the same thing as reading any other propaganda magazine. Didn't they feature a couple month's ago "The Matrix: Revolutions" on it? Hardly something any serious journalism paper would do. It's all propaganda.

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Also, Moore says that Bush "didn't know what to do" when he learned of the attacks on the Towers, so he just read the book with the kids. Now if Bush had simply just run out of that classroom without meeting the kids, Moore would have probably said that he was a racist because the kids were black, or that Bush didn't have enough time for black kids whose parents were most likely Democrats.


THE COUNTRY,
IS BEING,
ATTACKED.


Get that? One more time...

THE COUNTRY,
IS BEING,
ATTACKED.


If the man ran out like mad, grabbed the first secured jet to Washington and addressed the nation emmiately. Set out investigation teams like mad and got every single fücking national-security team going insane trying to track down who did this, it would be something to applaud, you dolt. Of course, if it was an all black school, and there was nothing to panic for going on, and he just stood up and walked out, yes, that would be racist.

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Also, Moore basically says that 9/11 was caused by Bush's lack of meetings and work, but it did not mention the fact that the attacks were being planned well before Bush - during the Clinton era. Now Moore should have said that Clinton should have been paying more attention to terrorists than sticking cigars up Monica Lewinsky's vagina or something of that sort.


I never recalled Bill Clinton having to deal with any of this. They clearly gave the man papers stating that there was a real praubability that the nation was going to be attacked by means of hijacking. Clinton never receaved such a memo, and if he did, he'd do what he could to defend his nation, rather than send out private, 1st class, jets to "secure" the Bin Laden family. And you're blaming a man for fornicating? Tell me, you've never broken any of the commandments? And if you're not a christian, then tell me, you've NEVER done anything wrong in your LIFE? If so, by all means, condemn the world, if not, shut the fück up.

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I'm feeling dizzy now so I will stop. Maybe I went into watching this with a bad attitude towards Moore and his "documentaries", but I will still urge none of you to go and pay for it to support some fat guy make propagandha films to further his own political agendas. Hell, he can't even rebuke the rebukes that have been rebuked at his own arguments, he has to pay some people.


I detect a slight attempt at wittiness. Oh, wait... YES! There it is! Too bad it's really weak. Mad

I bet you 10 bits that you won't be able to rebuke all of my points, without at least doing some research for one or two points. If you can rebuke any at all. So please, shut the fück up, and stick to posting about what you know, if not, don't.
Paul




PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2004 8:14 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

Clinton was a good president, but no one will remeber him for the good he's done will they?
valor




PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2004 8:31 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

Who's Clinton? Laughing Razz Laughing
octopi




PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2004 9:09 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

templest wrote:
you've NEVER done anything wrong in your LIFE?



I'll play this like bill clinton
Define wrong.
Maverick




PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 3:04 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

templest wrote:
Maybe because the people who are against Bush and the techniques he used to win are completely devious?


What are u talking about? Bush didnt "win" He had less votes then Gore.
the_short1




PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 3:14 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

Claping Claping Claping Claping Claping Templest Flaming Flaming Flaming Flaming Flaming << that is otehr guy burning..


Bowline for columnbine was PROBALLY NOT MEANT AS A COMMEDY! more like a documentary cuz he was telling lots of facts... like how australia has least deaths /year from guns or w/e...



:shakes head in disgust:...

tempelst.... do u get all red in the face when u start ranting??? hheheheheh
octopi




PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 3:15 pm   Post subject: (No subject)

Bush did 'win' the presidency.

You don't have to have more votes then your competitor to win the presidency, because thats NOT how it works.

You can't complain after the fact about something. The rules have been defined for over a century.
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