Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Episode 189 - "Is THIS America???"

PCX reviews Hansi, the Girl Who Loved the Swastika
(part 3 of 3)


Blogger XantesFire said...

A libertarian is just a Republican who takes drugs.

There were black Germans.

Germany used to be so anti-slavery the immigrants carried their ideals to America.

Dieting is an old thing, usually the very rich and the powerful, who had the resources to get fat, would diet if they were uncomfortable getting/being fat. But it started to increase in popularity after the 1800's when the common man began to get steadier and constant diets.

Get the fuck out of your house if you think all this tech makes you forget God. And I admit it does. Living in a house with all your conveniences makes you forget your fears and uncertainties that makes many seek Gods. Shivering naked, unprotected out in the cold, dark, dangerous, unknown world is what made early man beg for mercy from "fill in the blank".

Even calculators make some Christians tremble because they help people deal with the infinite on a more graspable level.

As far as I know it was the Jehovah's Witnesses that first started protesting the Pledge of Allegiance and that was cause it made them pledge to the government.

"Ah ba eeb ba ooh ba", Sounds more like African bush talk than "tongues".

I don't think Hitler personally killed anyone, he just had it done.

Chrissy was smart, sexy and didn't seem to be a virgin in the first season of Three's Company. Later they made her a generic dumb blond bimbo bordering on the retarded, guess it was to bring in the easier lamer jokes and tone down the sexuality.

John Ritter died almost 10 years ago. It was from a heart defect. Wow, does the time fly.

Will Smith didn't just now become a sell out, he has been get pay to play since he started. He wanted to make money off his art. So no hypocrisy there.

You do get that Thoom worships the God of the people who enslaved his people. Guess the enslavement isn't over. Hypocrisy here.

Yeah, The Cross and The Switchblade is based on a true story, but in no way is it miraculous. Nicky Cruz, the gang leader who "was saved" was raised Christian but abused by his parents, constantly told he was evil. Duh, someone tells him that he is loved instead of hated by the same Gods that his parents worshiped of course he is likely to quit rebelling against what he was taught and grasp his way in. It's like a kid wants into a club, but the club won't let him in, so he bad mouths the club constantly and tries to show he's cooler than the club. Then the club decides to let him join and all of a sudden it's the greatest club ever. The Cross and the Switchblade is really lame. Now that I think about it, I think it was another factor that lead me to question gods.

May 13, 2013 12:16 PM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

I wonder if the black Germans were more highly regarded than the Jewish Germans.

Apparently Tim needs more tech in his life so he can just drop this whole "God" thing.

Everything I personally know about Hitler, Nazi Germany and the Jews comes from the Nazi "propaganda film"/unintentional comedy The Eternal Jew.

As bad as Three's Company was, Chrissy was always the best thing about it (at least at the start).

I can't agree with you more about Tim's hypocrisy in worshiping a non-existent, evil "God" who created slavery in the first place.

May 13, 2013 8:02 PM  

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