I must agree, that individual was one of the greater examples of the moonbat mindset I've ever seen.
cmblake6-That was a great character, and one of my favorite films. But in this case, I used the image mainly for the way he used the term "inconceivable", since I'm pleasantly surprised someone with Brigid's writing ability would link me, as my writing resembles something a drunken monkey might knock out on a good day. Plus, the character reminds me not to get too paranoid on my personal rants, lest I start sounding like him. Usually my wife lets me know when I start getting close to the edge :)
Great movie, which has done better as time has passed than it did originally at the theaters. A lot of movies need air and space to grow, and this was one of them.
Bob-It's held up very well over time. Unfortunately, Princess Buttercup has spent the rest of her life shacked up with Spiccoli since making it. There's no accounting for taste.
There's no accounting for taste.de gustibus non est disputandum, as I always say...
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