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Nulla Lex Ink.

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  1. One of the weirdest moments on the show, yet still perfectly in line with Bill and Dale's characters.
  2. So, I should prolly preface this by saying I don't think the results in some states were entirely legit, but ultimately what I think about it doesn't matter in the slightest. I'm just one man with absolutely zero political sway, and I'm content to keep it that way because I'm not the type to be happy about someone believing something just because I told them to. But still, I really enjoy reading about and discussing presidential elections, despite them not really meaning much anymore, and I know some of you guys enjoy my half baked political analysis' (you guys know who you are, and seriously,
  3. Trump just became the first president to be impeached twice. http://www.cnbc.com/2021/01/13/house-to-impeach-trump-for-inciting-capitol-riot.html
  4. I'm not a hundred percent sure you would classify these as true crime entirely, but they're all worth checking out. The Staircase Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes The Confession Killer The Innocent Man The Devil Next Door Evil Genius Who Killed Little Gregory? The Keepers
  5. @Bill Brasky Is there any word on if Axl Rose is writing a song about quarantine killing Taco Bell breakfast? Or indeed his thoughts on the matter in general?
  6. On the topic of guest voices though, I think my favorite has to be Brad Pitt as Patch Boomhauer. They could've got any rando to play the character, but it's Brad Pitt because why not. He got the dang ol speech pattern down perfectly.
  7. It was always Mike Judge. Some people say he was the original VA but I think the confusion stems from Mike Judge saying Octavio's appearance was based off of Trejo. I think his first appearance was the episode where Dale gets his finger cut off (a personal favorite), and as far as I can recall Trejo didn't appear in the credits.
  8. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley knock on the door of the White House, just days after Joe Biden has been inaugurated president. Cruz: This place looks terrible! Biden answers the door, clad in an old man bathrobe, presumably because he just got done swimming naked, much to the dismay of his female secret service detail. Cruz: You're not Trump! Biden: Oh, that orange guy. He lost the election. Cruz: Lost the election? Then I'm arresting you under suspicion of electoral fraud! Grab him, Hawley. Hawley: Alright pops, lets get you ba
  9. "Death on Two Legs" by Queen. Has a pretty neat story behind it. Basically it's a diss track aimed at their former manager, if I recall right.
  10. Really? Huh, didn't know about that, I've mostly been staying away from political stuff and the news in general for a couple of weeks. Yesterday was the first time I even bothered to check into anything. I haven't even looked into Georgia to see if there were any blatant irregularities. All I know is both dudes got narrow victories and, yet again, people are speaking of that sort of thing like its a huge and unexpected blowout. Wouldn't it be weird if Trump actually does get removed from office, then Biden gets kicked out within the year? That would give us the year of four preside
  11. Why are they so interested in removing him anyways? He'll be out in two weeks, and they know it. He's not gonna put up some big fight and he's not gonna run in 2024 either, so the whole "being barred from running again" thing is really unnecessary. Speaking of, I can't wait for the Camilla Harrison* vs. Ted Cruz (or whoever) race, which will largely just be who can most blatantly cheat their way to a win. I mean, there's always been a lot of cheating in presidential races throughout history, but they were at least subtle about it for the most part. 2020 was probably the most blatan
  12. I wonder how incoherent and weird Biden's inauguration speech will be. Y'know back in the old days, the president didn't read the state of the union address himself, it would just be written and sent to be read in the chambers of congress. Assuming Biden's around for more than a year, I'd bet they resurrect that old tradition.
  13. I hope The General finally leaks. That's the big thing I'm waiting for at this point. Used to be just a passing interest in that and any other song, since all we had to go on was titles and some descriptions. But ever since that poor quality leak in 2018, I've wanted to hear the whole thing unmuffled, because I finally got to hear it and thought it sounded pretty cool. Then 2019 happened and I wanted versions of Oklahoma, Soul Monster, Quick Song, Zodiac and Thyme with vocals, because I've heard them now so my interest level has spiked. I don't even care what version it is. I'd prefer 2000-200
  14. So, Richard and Frank might be out of the band now. What's the word on Melissa Reese? I seem to recall reading awhile back she might be out too, but that might just be me misremembering things.
  15. http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0118375/alternateversions "The Hungarian dub of the first six seasons included many profanities. While these were relatively rare and somewhat tamer in the original English version (most commonly "ass", "damn", and very few uses of "bitch"), the Hungarian dubbing made every character a foul-mouth who kept using the words "fuck", "fucking", "shit", "cunt", "dick", "whore", "fagot" etc. to make the dialogue sound more natural. For example, the famous "You're fired!" line from the pilot was translated as "A big horse-dick!", and Boomhauer would usually say on
  16. I love the ending because of how nice it is. You know Hank was super uncomfortable putting a dress on, but he did it to help Bill get closure about Lenore... man, out of context that sounds really weird. Anyways, I love anytime we see how much Hank cares about his friends and family, despite his inability and discomfort with outwardly showing it most of the time. It also has some of the best lines. Of course there's "Why do you keep callin' me BILL," but there's more in there, such as "He's just suicidal Peggy, he's not crazy," "I'm skeptical that you could but intrigued you may,"
  17. From here on in I'm gonna start referring to angry trannies as "She-it-he people." And I'm gonna say it real fast for obvious reasons. I think that's a fair compromise.
  18. Never watched original Ren and Stimpy. Did watch the Adult Party Cartoon season. I liked The Ripping Friends better.
  19. If you mean legally, it's all on Hulu. My preferred method is using a Plex server and putting it on random. My ranking goes as such: 1. King of the Hill 2. The Simpsons peak years (2-10) 3. The Boondocks 4. South Park (up to about season 15, haven't seen much since around then) 5. American Dad (up to before the TBS move, haven't seen any since) 6. The Simpsons meh years, or the years I tuned in for growing up (1, 11-18/19, and I'm being very generous including those last few seasons) 7. Family Guy pre-revival 8. The rest of The Simpsons
  20. So "Ability doesn't matter, race and gender do." Got it. So... does Ben Carson get to keep his job then? He's not qualified but he's very very black.
  21. Why in god's name would Biden think that was a good look. It looks like he has a rat glued to the back of his neck... Oh, wait, I get it. He's a "two faced rat."
  22. Something I didn't notice until a year or two back: Dale's an exterminator with a business called Dale's Dead Bug. He also hated his father, named Bug. That was a "duh" moment when I finally saw the thematic connection, but it's things like that which make me love this show so much. I've been watching for almost twenty years and have seen it almost every day before bed for the last three years (it's my comfort show), and I still find new things to appreciate. They even have some neat things in the lesser seasons (ie mid season 9 and on). For example, the episode where Bobby goes to
  23. The two parter episodes were some of the best. Also, Fox can rot for vetoing the idea of having story arcs. Even without them though the character development was still excellent. On that note, I think my favorite fan theory is that the reason Peggy becomes so much more full of herself in later seasons is from brain damage sustained in the fall from the airplane. You could chalk it up to complacency in the writer's room if you want to be no fun. Alternatively, surviving the fall just inflated her ego, which actually seems to be illustrated best when she wins that substitute teacher
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