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So yeah, this is now a broken site.
If you try to add link in your post - using tags, or if you would tag any user in your post - you will get "It's broken" page. Thing is, your post will be sent... but it will not be shown as last post from the front page, and it even won't bump the fucking thread. Which is a serious problem.
Not only that, but PMs do not send. At fucking all. Even with no links. You will get notice that someone sent you PM, but it won't show in your inbox. And you won't even get notice on e-mail, so you will never know what was in the PM.
This needs to be fixed as soon as possible.
Had some matches.
Recently I found song "Sound of Silence", originally by Simon & Garfunkel, remixed by Disturbed. Which was nice in its own way. And just so happened, that now I found Wolf Rain AMV for that song. Now, there's not much editing, and video does not always exactly match the words... But the combination itself is extremely fitting. Song is generally sad, with both slow somber parts and just huge loud parts. And anime is in the same way, it in that regard it shows damn well in the video.
I haven't posted any documentaries in a fucking while. Mostly cause I haven't seen any recently. But this one caught my attention. And not just 'cause they mention (and show) breasts right there in the trailer.
So yeah. This is a story of National Lampoon - humor magazine which started in 1970 and keeled over somewhere in 1998. And along the way it apparently spawned radio show, music records, movies, and kickstarted Saturday Night Live and careers of people like Chevy Chase, John Belushi and - and you should at least know this guy - Bill Murray. Sex, drugs and rock-n-roll are included.
Pretty much movie tells the story of Lampoon from its start to it slowly withering away. Mostly since they got so successful, others caught on and fucking stole all their talent for themselves. So they kinda started something revolutionary, which laid grounds for modern humor in US, and by doing that they kinda shot themselves in the head. Like that dog, yes. Additionally, you may know that I like documentaries about comedy, and I posted documentary about stand-up comedian before. Well, unlike Bill Hicks and George Carlin, who never finished school... this thing was actually done by college graduates. Fucking Harvard graduates even! In itself this is kinda amazing.
I will say, if you are looking for shocking imagery, stories of drugs and young actors and also for titties - look no further. This movie will give it to you. However, this is not exactly a funny movie. It actually tells a story, it's just that story talks about weird humor and actors and titties, yes. As a documentary, I think this gives interesting perspective on the part of the humor history, that directly responsible for stuff like SNL and comedies of 80-ies and early 90-ies. Movie brushes over later years, which were mostly meh, I guess, but the story of more important events is there, and it's interesting.
Watch this if you are SNL fan or just interested in history of comedy. Or if you like breasts.
@Lieutenant it does. This is probably most amazing thing I saw all month! Thank you, love )
@Lieutenant I am absolutely not that cute, but damn, this is a lot of effort and creativity. Just incredible!
No tags, no description, no proper examples, no grava on thread maker.
Round 2 Group 1
Rin & Shirou - Fate/Stay Night; UBW (0 votes)
Megumi Noda & Shinichi Chiaki - Nodame Cantabile (5 votes)
Winner: Megumi Noda & Shinichi Chiaki - Nodame Cantabile with 5 votes!
@Taro_Tanako oh, you guys finally got referendum on leaving EU? Good for you, don't fuck it up.