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LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
Oliver Reed.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
If you enjoy George C. Scott movies may I suggest this one?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
They Might be Giants is a wonderful film of his
I don't think it's age ???
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
love it
Gardyloo a warning cry
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
As opposed to Garderobe (pronouced Gar-ee-lobe) a Medieval toilet
Henry Fonda photos, beginning of his career to the end. I really like Henry Fonda, how many here do?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
The Wrong man Twelve angry men There was a crooked man Just some of my favourites of his
Oliver Reed.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
Apparently Reed and the Elephant hated one another, it would deliberately stand on his foot during scenes, sneeze on him and accidentally tried to knock him over a cliff, Reed would breath alcohol fumes up it's trunk and refused to call it anything but "the Bastard" or "that Fucker" all through filming. Reed initially insisted on sleeping with Aida for three nights to form a bond, the elephant could not stand his strong alcoholic breath and kept trying to leave, or farted on Reed to mask the smell. Aida the Elephant who played Lucy was from a Dutch Zoo and did not understand English commands, so the weeks of preparation Reed had spent training with an Elephant Zoo keeper in Whipsnade Zoo had all gone to waste. As a consequence Reed and Winner went on a Bender for most of the production, and upset the locals by calling them Nazi's and pissing on the Austrian flag, which lead to them being thrown out of their Hotel more than once and inflating the budget.
Laurel and Hardy could not get arrested in 1950s Hollywood.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
The greatest double act ever This is the last ever picture of them together at Olly' home
Published on 26 Oct 2016 Plans are now being seriously discussed to develop a nuclear waste ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
A similar thing happened in a town near where I live back in the 80's the protests were huge and eventually scrapped.
I'm going to post something here because I'm tired and I was really hoping for a weekend where ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
The minute moderators start taking down posts on there own initiative I am out of here. If people don't like my posts they can block me, but someone else deciding who can and can't read my posts is censorship pure and simple.
Matthew 5:29-30 (NIV): If your right eye causes you to stumble, gouge it out and throw it away.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
When some one who has literally done this is discovered they are immediately throw not in to hell but the loony bin
Two cowboys are out on the range talking about their favorite sex position.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
ow wowowowowowowowowowowowowow
Tonight's possibilities to share with my son.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
I love it when my son comes to me desperate to share a "great new Movie" he has discovered only for me to tell him I saw it when I was his age.
Some Cruise!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
Anyone notice the two stags in the back ground are both male?
Hello, happy Saturday night!.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
Roger was the best TV Saint
Admin , I did a Google search for various “unique” member names on here as an experiment to ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 16, 2018:
I don't see the problem, in order for anyone to find you are a member here, they have to know the site exists, know your user name and be bothered enough to want to connect the two and even then all they are going to know is that you are agnostic, or associate with agnostics.
Gingerbread men. ???
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 15, 2018:
Run, run as fast as you can.....
Dunderfunk Noun 1.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 15, 2018:
he Etymology may be unsure but it is easy to make a guess at Dun or Donn in various languages including Gaulish and English means Brown der is "Of the" in German and a few other Gaul derived languages and Funk from Old German/Gaulish funcho is to smoke or steam with a foul smell So literally Dunderfunk = Reminiscent of Brown Smelly Stuff ie. Dung or a Cow Pat
This might be too easy. This is my favorite western,does anyone know what it is?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 15, 2018:
My favourite is "Evil Roy Slade" very silly but never fails to make me laugh, John Astin and Dick Shawn, great.
Who's going to watch this one? I believe I'm going to give it a try. ??
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Okay seen it now, really good film, not your average ghost story, but most frightening film ever made? No. all in all 8/10
Deuteronomy 25:11-12 New International Version (NIV) 11 If two men are fighting and the wife of one...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Makes me think Moses pissed of a woman at some point in his life and held a grudge about bollock twisting thereafter
Yes, indeed.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Even as a devout Christian I found the book of Job ludicrous. An all loving, all righteous God makes a BET with the Devil, allowing him to physically and psychologically torture an innocent man, to the point a despair and sickness, in order to prove that the man will not turn on his torturer. He allows the Devil to KILL Job's entire family, ruin his life and render him to be wracked in pain and sickness. BUT because Job is still a slave to his fear of god at the end of all this, god gives him a new wife and family, cures him and gives back his possessions, so that's all right then...Except for the people who are dead for the sake of this little ego trip. It is the epitome of deviant scriptural evil, utterly disgusting.
Could we admit that Buddhism is a religion where God is irrelevant?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Perhaps I might have agreed a few years ago, but with so many denominations of Buddhism now and the rise of extremist Buddhists in in Sri Lanka and other places, it seems to have gone down the same path as all the other "faiths".
Keep up the resistance.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
In England crossing guards, known as Lollipop Ladies seem to be mobile advertisements for planned parenthood
LOL ????
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Little known fact, he has an English cousin name Darth Lift
Can some one advise me on what the reporting procedure is for a seriously unpleasant member, I have ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
You are all right of course, I just got a bit irritated when I logged on and found twenty tags from the man in question, I've blocked him so all sorted now, thanks for the advice and help.
Can some one advise me on what the reporting procedure is for a seriously unpleasant member, I have ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Thanks all
Can you name these two movies?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
American werewolf in London The Wickerman
Satirical Post Vatican Orders 50,000 boy robots to serve priesthood following viewing of Ruptly ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
oh god no
"Atheists Want God!" - Hindu Guy - Logicked []
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Yes saw this, Logicked is a good channel, this guy is just another cross legged con man with a penchant for orange, he's not the first nor will he be the last.
I just had a mind blowing conversation with my fundamental christian mother.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Getting a fundy away from biblical literalism, is the first and biggest hurdle, once they stop judging every one by that foul book they quite often will settle in to using their own moral judgement, they may still call it god but it will be a lot kinder and more loving than the god of the babble ever was. Congratulations you taught her to think for herself, that in itself has made the world a better place. :)
Captain Marvel. I can’t wait to see her in Avengers 4.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Yup, it was early rumoured Katee Sackhoff was going to play Cap, which would have been awesome, but Brie Larson looks set to do a good job. (Any one else find themselves involuntarily thinking of Cheese when ever her name is mentioned?)
I reached level four and thought, "What sort of Group would I like to create.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Count me in
Everyone is good at something…
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
where is the groan emoji when you need one?
Are you still involved in highly religious settings despite no longer being a believer?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
I would not demean myself by being a hypocrite, i will not live a lie for the convenience of others, I would participate and if questioned about non participation in prayers etc, ask that people respect my atheist stance as I respect theirs within the circumstance. If they do not, they simply prove themselves to be liars and hypocritical, but my conscience would be clear.
Its all relevant to something else so anything I post is in the moment and my opinion could change ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
That is a perfectly reasonable attitude, provided you take nothing at face value and always demand verification, before adjusting you stance according
St. Louis Archbishop Didn't Know Sex With Children Was a Crime
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
This was in 2014, Archbishop Robert Carlson is still now Archbishop of St. Louis.
Who said Britain could never be trusted in the light let alone the night?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
It has been known among us "conspiracy nut jobs" that the UK/US plot was for mass regime change in the middle east since at the latest 2007, probably some think as far back as the 1990's. The plan being to effectively blockade Saudi Arabia and control the other oil producing nations for the benefit of the west, so as to make sure when the fossil fuel economy of the world goes tits up ( and we are already on the down slide of the bell curve of world wide oil production, and have been since the back end of 1977) The US and UK hold on to the market till last last. We could have diversified out energy needs 30 years ago, stretched out the oil and eased in renewables but the demand for a year on year economic growth by the oil and oil dependant industries put paid to that, now we are rushing to keep up as the last dregs of poor quality oil is sucked out of the earth. When the oil is gone see how long the West's disgusting love affair with the house of Saud lasts and how long "international peace keepers " stay in the middle east, when there is no longer the need to keep oil prices low by instigating destabilising wars that demand quick cash an a constant supply of cash and weapons for cheap oil. The UK is the worlds armourer it is our governments major source of legitimate and illegitimate income, for our rich and elite wars is good and people are an expendable commodity.
Over a thousand years before "Jesus" allegedly said the "Golden Rule", Confucius said basically the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
"''Do unto others as they would do unto you - but do it first,'' Henry Flagler 1830-1913 pioneer venture capitalist and multi-millionaire.
I am subject to change because the world around me never stays the same
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
“No man ever steps in the same river twice," Heraclitus
Any Doctor Who fans here?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
Yes, have watched it all my life.
I've had a couple of responses to comments recently that appear to have nothing in them.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Here we go again
Mothers and cookware ???
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Because killing your spouse is hilarious Would it still be funny if it was the mother sitting in the chair and the father standing behind her brandishing a hammer while she espoused on how ugly he was but could be useful doing DIY? :)
I'm pretty sure this question has been asked before but I can't find a post on the subject.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Darn caught out this is the real me
"The writing is on the wall.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Part of the power of the marketing of social media was the freedom of expression, the privacy and the anonymity to share opinions of all kinds and allow the "Undesirables" to simply fade away in to obscurity as "decent Normal" people would simply ignore them. That however is not what happened, because what the governments failed to remember was that people are in the majority of cases idiots. Morons, bigots and misery mongers are in the majority, because almost everyone has a beef about something and is looking for someone to blame it on who is not themselves. When computer technology was made so simple even a cretin could use it the internet became a gathering place for discontent and a world wide open forum for dissension. At which point it becomes clear the internet was never free, private or anonymous and that everything everyone says has been recorded, stored and in some cases used to track down people with the "wrong" ideas without ever openly discussing what a "wrong" thought is. Soon to it becomes clear than the one thing more dangerous than a moronic idiot, is an educated idiot who not only thinks they know better than everyone else but thinks everyone else should know better too and starts playing at being the thought police. Public opinion becomes mob mentality, democracy becomes Ochlocracy and the mob begins demanding back freedoms they never had in the first place and that freedoms be taken from the "wrong people." I was once asked how dictators rise up if the majority of the people are not behind them, because surely majority rules? I said no, dictators are carried to power by a loud minority with powerful media on their side, you need not oppress a majority, you simply tell them they oppressed until they are so frightened they oppress themselves or worse demand to be oppressed in order to feel safe. Social media is the most powerful weapon ever given to the human race, the governments thought it would be their tool, instead it was wrestled away from them and turned on them like a child with daddy's gun and now their reaction is to try and snatch it back by legislation, to put the safety catch on after the bullet has been fired.
Men's equality vs machismo.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Part of the idea of men's rights and gender equality is, without destroying the difference, allow men and women the freedom to be who they really are without being judged for it. No more of these stupid unwritten but almost universally accepted rules like Boys don't cry (without being thought gay) Girls can't be tough (without being called a tomboy) Certain clothes and colour are only for one gender or the other A man can't be the stay at home parent Women can only be mothers, wives, nurses or secretaries etc etc Machismo in men is an affectation the equivalent of being "girly" in women and is something done to not to prove who you are but to prove what you are not, as such it is pathetic. True masculinity/femininity comes from attitude, moral strength, good character and most of all from self confidence when all people of either gender ( born or chosen) understand that there will be true equality based on mutual respect and not sets of arbitrary, enforced do-gooder rules based on biased opinions and outdated traditions.
What movies have your favorite scenes of sword fighting?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Scaramouche (1952) without a doubt, the climax of the film is the greatest sword fight ever put on film, and what is more the entire scene is done by the actors Mel Ferrer and Stewart Granger, both of who are actually acomplished swordsmen, no stunt doubles and substitutions and very few cuts or edits, the majority of the fight done in one take with multiple cameras.
Who is into foriegn films? I do love me a good Japanese western!
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
If you mean films made in a language other than English, that's me; I love Japanese, Korean, Tai, Indian, German and French movies, Spain is reemerging as a leader in horror films there are some fun films coming out of Russia and Scandinavia. (Most people have forgotten that prior to the founding of Hollywood Denmark was the most prolific film making country in the world) On the other hand a foreign language film dubbed in to English for me is an abomination unless I speak the language it is subtitles or nothing. When there are so many talented voice actors are doing animation, why is it that film dubbing companies seem to think sticking your head out of a window and shouting at passers by "Hey you, comm'ere and read this" is sufficient?
Those things have sold more stuff to men than any amount of logic…
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 12, 2018:
Does not work when they are plastic implant, implants are the sexual equivalent of a hungry person biting in to a delicious looking hamburger and it bouncing back and squeaking
Did you know any of these? []
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Everyone almost always forgets Geoffrey Hughes as the Valeyard, I've caught out a few people in pub quizzes with that one.
Was Rand correct
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Yes, by entirely fallacious reasoning she came to the right conclusion, or rather observed the right conclusion and then tried to explain it in terms she found acceptable to her philosophy. Humans like all life are imperitively driven to survive, reproduce and perpetuate their particular genetic line of the species. In this we are subject to imperative programming, hard wired if you will, at every level from our macroscopic societies to our microscopic DNA. Acts of cooperation only become necessary and desirable to us when they achieve this end by acting as a group. When people act in a perceived socially moral way it in order to protect the genetic line to ensure the continuation of the line and species.
A rather enjoyable movie! Sleuth []
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Excellent version, far superior to the remake.
An old Italian man in Brooklyn is dying.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
There is the story of a hard working but not to successful business man who comes home to find his house has been painted, his garden being tended by a gardener and his front door being opened to him by a butler. "Were is my wife?" he demands to know. "You will find madame in the master bedroom" replies the butler. The chap runs upstairs to find his wife in a lace negligee, sitting up in bed eating chocolates and watching a brand new 60" TV. Oddly in one corner of the room is a small man wearing only a bowler hat, glasses and socks doing press up by the open window. "What's going on?" the husband demands." I am away working hard and I come home to this... Who painted the house?" His wife nods toward the little fellow who is now doing sit ups, "he did," she says "And who hired the servants?" Again she nods to the little fellow now doing naked star Jumps. "And the carpets, curtains and that TV!" "All him." she replies, "he is my lover." The Business man drops his coat and brief case and storms across the room toward the little fellow, who is now doing toe touches. "YOU THERE" Shouts the husband, "What do you think your doing?" The little man stands up puzzled as the husband strides toward him and says... "Close the bloody window, you'll catch your death of cold."
How about we put Pat Robertson out front of the storm and watch Jesus stop the storm...?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
How about we put Pat Robertson out front of a truck..... No that's all :)
See what happens when you apply political correctness TV viewers prefer to watch giant men in ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Get woke, Go Broke
Compared to believers in this world, the number of Atheists and agnostics are way too small.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Truth is most believers are members of religions in the same way that people who live in a town involve themselves in the community. They will identify with it on a causal basic, but know nothing about what is going on, do nothing, resent being asked to do anything and begrudge every minute and penny demanded from it. However if some one insults their "tribe" or tries to shut it down, suddenly they get indignant refuse to believe true information for for it might reflect badly on themselves and will enjoy a good punch up on behalf of it to make the trouble go away. Most Christians have never read the bible, only pray when they want something or are scared shitless, go to church maybe five times in their life for christenings, weddings and funerals, and can reciet one version or another of the Lords prayer off by heart because they learned it in school, but have no idea what it means outside of having something to do with trespassing and sliced bread. Much is becoming the same for the majority of British born Muslims and every moderate Jew I know only claims to be culturally Jewish and otherwise agnostic or Atheist. I assume much the same is happening to Hindus and Sheiks. Religion is lip service if that among millennials and my own grandchildren find religion hilariously stupid as do most of their friends. Time and the internet are killing religion, my generation may not see the the fall, but I'm waching the decline with a big grin on my face.
Compared to believers in this world, the number of Atheists and agnostics are way too small.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Anyone looking forward to seeing the Venom movie?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Just what I was thinking, this had to be done as a horror film for it to work (see Spiderman 3 for how not to do it) and treating it as essentially Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a stroke of genius.
Anyone remember the Trinity movies?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Bud Spencer was NOT Terrance Hill's side kick he was his partner. Spencer (real name Carlo Pedersoli) was a celebrity and star Years before meeting Hill who was at that time still a child star trying to break in to being an a mature actor. He was an Olympic swimmer and an accomplished lawyer before becoming an actor full time. He Met Hill in 1967 when they were partnered as first and third lead on "God Forgives I don't" (they had both been in Hannibal in 1959, but not together Hill was only 19 at the time Spencer was 30) Director Enzo Barboni saw the potential for the two to be Italy's Laurel and Hardy and partnered them three years later. He even named Spencer's character Bambino Italian for Babe Oliver Hardy's life long nickname.
Anyone remember the Trinity movies?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
I love Terrance Hill/Bud Spencer Movies "Watch out we're mad" is my favourite. There were actually only two Trinity movies, (they call me Trinity & Trinity is still my name with Spencer and Hill as Trinity and Bambino directed and writen by Enzo Barboni ) the others were just other Spaghetti westerns staring Terrance Hill marketed outside Italy as Trinity films. The Nobody films were a rip off, made by another studio to cash in. Man of the East is the nearest to a 3rd Trinity movie but has no Bud Spencer.
Just a suggestion.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Who's going to watch this one? I believe I'm going to give it a try. ??
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Same Director as Rec. that is good enough for me to want to see it.
Did you know?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Han Solo was originally written for Robert Vaughn but he too turned it down because they only offered him 0.5% of the gross and he was convinced it would bomb, Harrison ford was either Fifth or sixth choice. Incidentally Alec Guinness took the part of Obi Wan for fun and as a favour to George Lucas barely expecting his 0.2% to cover his expenses. $Ching!
Did you know?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
He also did a deal with Clint Eastwood to exchange his part in Every which way but loose, with eastwood's role in Sharky's Machine, because he thought a film with an Orangutan was bound to bomb.
Are we free?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
"We are free to be who we are without fear or guilt." I wonder if that would have worked as a defense at the trial of Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy or Peter Sutcliffe? The only freedom people have is to suffer the consequences of their actions and more importantly their inactions.
LOL so me, how about you? ??
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
💯 exactly my thoughts today
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
Never heard it put better
So my boyfriend and I who have been dating for about a year moved in together and the other night we...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
I would ask your mum to get God in on a conference call so he can tell you himself what he wants, rather than play Chinese whispers. If God does not have the good manners to talk to you in person, then he is not someone polite enough to be worth taking marital advice from.
Watchmakers Argument ⌚
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
The simple answer is, you know the watch is a construction because you can compare it to natural non constructed items such as a tree. So you know the watch infers a watchmaker because you know what a non designed object looks like, so that being the case why would you think the world is designed because it obviously isn't because we know what a designed object is. The usual answer to this is that yes individual bits of nature don't look designed but they work together perfectly and DOES look designed. Except of course they don't, but even putting that aside, the individual bit of a watch ALL look designed so if a designed systems is made up of designed components in a watch, why do the individual bits of nature NOT look designed as was just admitted?
Philip Zimbardo: The psychology of evil | TED Talk
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
It was recently outed in the first half of this year, that the whole Stanford Prison experiment was a fraud, Zimbardo had skewed the results to get what he wanted by secretly briefing some of the participants before hand, instructing "guards" to be tough and having a drama student fake a mental breakdown. This talk is ten years old, when the reputation of the experiment was still in tact.
Give peace a chance.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
It shouldn't be funny but it is
I am currently reading "Flight or Fright" - it is a book of short horror stories about flying.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
I was sure as I was going to be terrified flying as I am very acrophobic but when I actually did fly, it did not bother me at all, probably something to do with being in a seal compartment fools the brain in to thinking you are still on the ground?
I saw Peppermint today and thought it was awesome.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Theatre of Blood 1973
How many have seen this movie? I have seen it many times it is so hilarious. ????
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Saw this when I was a lad, always been a big Lucille Ball fan, very funny lady.
I have recieved a rather lengthy message from a member who is having issues with an account.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Why do they want to keep their identity secret? What are they afraid of?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
an oldie but a goldie
What the car in Smokey and the Bandit looked like
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Never peep behind the curtain, if you want you illusions to stay in tact.
How many think or feel that god is just nature making man as god as anything else?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
What did Ethel say Winnie? ?
Life after death. Yes or no?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
In the sense of natural recycling and the living cells of my body becoming living cells of something else after consumption yes. In the sense of surviving personalities transmigrating or ascending No, that is just wishful thinking and cowardice.
I just thought i would post that i am rather shaken by the recent death of harlan ellison.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
My favourite "grumpy" Harlan story was when he was invited to participate in a writers meeting to help develop the plot for the very first Star Trek Movie in the late seventies. Roddenberry kept rejecting ideas and demanding "Think Bigger, I want this to be really Big!" After an hour or so of this, and Roddenberry pooh poohing ideas from DC Fontana and EC "DOC" Smith and others of that ilk Ellison stood up and with huge dramatic flare declared "The Enterprise is testing out a new type of engine, one that transcends warp drive, one that breaks one barrier after another, takes the ship past light speed, beyond tachyonic, past even the speed of thought and mind until finally at the very center of the universe the Enterprise breaks through the final reality barrier, enters the world of spirit and finds itself staring in to the very face of God Himself!" Slamming his palms down on the desk Harlan and Gene locked eyes. Then Gene said, "No Harlan, you don't get it, I want something BIG!" Harlan turned to leave but Roddenberry screamed after him "Who the hell do you think you are?" To which Ellison apparently replied "I think I am a writer, I don't know what the fuck you are!" In light of Star Trek 5 it might be noted that Bill Shattner was also at the meeting.
I just thought i would post that i am rather shaken by the recent death of harlan ellison.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Of course a writer's personality comes out in their writing, that is what makes it unique. Ellison was a powerful incisive writer, some times abrasive, but always original, which is what made him unpopular with other writers. When questioned about why he was so litigious his answer was that if people tried to pick his pocket they ought to be prepared to find a mouse trap in there. It is one thing to claim influence but some do take it to far, the famous example being "Soldier" Ellison's story (and outer limits episode) of a warrior from the future being thrown back in time to stop his enemy from altering history, falling in love fathering the cause of the war, was so obviously the part basis for "the Terminator" (the other part being D F Jones' Colossus, the story of a sentient computer design to defend America deciding that humans were to dangerous to themselves to be allowed freedom). It would have been easy enough for Cameron to admit this and thank Ellison and Jones, but did not in such circumstances Ellison was right to sue. Harlan Ellison will be missed, but his works undeniably have been along with those of Philip K Dicks the basis of a Sci-Fi literary revolution and for that we should all be grateful.
Name a TV show?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 9, 2018:
Small Wonder
Ecclesiastes 7:3 (NIV): Frustration is better than laughter, because a sad face is good for the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2018:
This from the same silly twat who gave us Ecclesiastes 1:7 All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full; It is amazing what has passed for wisdom at one time or another
Needless to say, The Bible has lots and lots of contradictions.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2018:
Love Biblical contradictions, really freaks out fundies. You can sometimes even see the smoke start to come out of their ears
Watching Portrait of a Lady on a rainy Saturday.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2018:
Goodwood is a town in the UK, there is a famous horse racing track there.
Wow, how things have changed. How many of you had one for your TV pleasure?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2018:
One of these featured in the film Terror vision, where after being struck by lightening it attracted in a teleporting alien and dumped him in west Beverly Hill. There he proceeded to make a smorgasbord out of the family that owned it. Fun film if you like watching 1980's yuppies being eaten one after another
If hell is full of non-believers, then it looks pretty good to me.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2018:
It can also be speculated that since hell will have all the scientists, soldiers, tacticians and warriors, any time they want they could kick heaven's ass. God it would seem only has theologians, pacifists and a few thousand martyrs ready to die for their cause without actually doing anything first.
I've just got a Roku device setup and I am very pleased with the results.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2018:
Loved this show, John Lithgow is hilarious.
Yesterday I posted an article on Zuckerberg's thoughts of social media as a weapon.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 8, 2018:
You need not enforce a tyranny upon a people nor fear losing your grip on power, when you have made the populous so fearful, they demand by common consent to be oppressed and surveilled 24 hours a day in order to feel safe in both public places and in the “privacy” of their own homes.
Sextortion - I learned a new word today.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
If they claimed to be watching me and didn't mention Susan the inflatable Lama, the rubber boots or the vermillion aqua lung hooked up the chicken, then I wouldn't worry about it.
What lead you to unbelief?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
You're lucky, breaking out of a conditioned brain washed religious upbringing is not a pleasant experience. However once accomplished the freedom of thought and action is wonderfully liberating.
CONTEMPORANEOUS: con-tem-po-ra-ne-ous.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
Replaced the more archaic **concomitant** about 150 years ago as a more time based description of two simultaneous occurrences. Concomitant now is used almost exclusively in medicine to describe symbiotic conditions, such as parasitical relationships.
Name a plural noun that does not end in "s".
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
Sheep Fish men women children feet teeth Furniture Porpoise origami Cacti Fungi Stimuli rhinoceri Mice Moose Geese Hovercraft
I'm for women's liberation, not feminism.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
Nice analogy. Back when I was a feminist activist, what is called feminism today would have been seen by hard core militant feminists as perhaps "a bit extreme"
I'm paraphrasing. Don't talk about the spec in your brother's eye while ignoring the log in yours.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
Yes I always thought that one a bit of a strained metaphor, not one Jesus' best zingers. Peanuts did it better
Is it acceptable in this site to call your political opponents "mentally deranged"?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
Well perhaps you first have to define Liberalism. The term has a completely different and unique definition in the USA as opposed to everywhere else on earth, especially the UK. This done you need to prove you are qualified to make a diagnosis of a “mental condition”, and indeed to which “mental” condition you are referring since there is to my knowledge no psychological disorder simply call “being mental”. In addition and furthermore you need to stop generalising and be more specific about which particular liberal ideologies are indicative by way of "hateful behaviour" of being a symptom of which particular disorder, how you have investigated and come to that diagnosis and by what criteria you are measuring it. If that particular set of circumstances can be met you still need to think twice about vocalising or expressing in written form, your vicious opinions in authoritative and presumably assertive tones when they are in point of fact still only opinions, opinions influenced by your own political bias, which might in the eyes of others be assessed by others as being equally indicative of brain malfunction as those opinions you yourself are fore-fronting. so perhaps... Liberalism in the American sense of the term, is I believe possibly a symptom of an unspecified psychological problem, given that so called liberals in the USA do, in my opinion appear to manifests hate filled attitudes. Would, without having the same idiosyncratic punch, be a more accurate expression of dissatisfaction with persons holding diametric political viewpoints?
Docktor Jim.
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 7, 2018:
Ain't truth a bitch ;)
Did anyone hear about this?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
They would never admit it but they are cowardly capitulating to fear of reprisals by radical Muslims for serving infidels. Also of course it is the case that there are ten Hilton Hotels in Saudi Arabia
They held my ex mother in law's funeral at the church. ?
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
Mormon Funerals are like this, they invite in as many non Mormon relatives of the deceased and instead of eulogising the deceased spend an hour talking about how only good Mormons will see them again in the highest of the three Mormon heavens so convert now and be a family for eternity. Disgusting bastards.
Raif Badawi, a Saudi blogger, was arrested and subsequently sentenced to 10 years in prison and ...
LenHazell53 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
If Allah is so great, why are his followers so pissing terrified of words. Barbarous arseholes.


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