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I’m with you on this. Interesting/amusing like many other things I watch on the internet, but I’m not impressed.
I wasn’t going to ever say anything, but I figured I’d let you know you’re not alone.
I gave you +1 but someone else had apparently downvoted at the some time, so I want you to know that I tried.
Retail workers are always getting duped by cover bands, though.
Usually I can get some kind of enjoyment out of prank videos despite how the-worst they are, but in this case, once the Indian man ordered his coffee and Jay Mohr just kind of repeated it back to him in a ham-voiced (like ham-fisted, right?) and stupid kind of way, I actually got angry and shut it off.
“That’s it! Enough talking. What we need here is some action! Who could we recruit that is good at acting?”
You know, assuming it works. Which brings us to the important question:
Oil-separating centrifuges, how do they work?
…which is still awesome and not a trivial thing at all.
I’m glad you at least are like, “Hey, why’s this guy got so many downvotes?” instead of, “Yeah, that comment has been appropriately downvoted.”
Thanks, that’s helpful too.
I think the slippery-slope argument is helpful for me too. If done intelligently and with restraint, it might be a good thing (again, “might,” conditional, hypothetical, etc.), but the odds of it being intelligent and restrained are probably near-zero over time.
“It’s terrible because if you treat someone like a criminal or a terrorist, if all of society treats someone that way, that can then become their actual identity.”
That’s actually helpful, thank you.
It’s a confusedy. Apparently an effective one.
Okay, because my first sincere but potentially non-PC question went well, I’ll follow-up similarly.
Why is racial profiling an absolute evil? Yes, my fingers almost didn’t want to type that question because I know how awful it sounds.
But if (“If,” conditionally, hypothetically, thought experimentally) race combined with other indicators (type of vehicle, type of clothing, language, way of speaking) is a good enough clue to identify some type of undesirable behavior (illegal immigration, drug dealing, terrorism) with a high statistical probability of accuracy, should it then be used?
We’re not talking about internment in a relocation center (granted, yet), but it’s about showing that you’re legit by producing verification.
Again, unlike much of these kinds of statements and questions that appear on the internet, I’m sincerely asking and willing/hoping to have my opinions changed/improved.
Can someone explain to me why the AZ law is terrible?
Asking sincerely. No need to be an ass.
I’m pretty liberal, and I usually get these things easily, but I’m not seeing the cause for outrage on this one. I appear to be the only non-racist non-asshole who doesn’t get it?
It is so easy to imagine Gabe hating on every one of these people.
Holy hell. Steve Winwood has discovered that he can reply to EVERY comment on a post.
Preceding proceeding, turn on the sound.
Just FYI, and I hope this isn’t too creepy, but you’re probably my favorite monster in part because you are clever without being mean but mostly because of the whole Cash Cab thing.
Are you sure the bar wasn’t really my middle school?
Gabe is the anti-Polanski
This has to be like the Penis Game where you yell “Penis!” in class increasingly louder until you get caught.
Except replace yelling “penis” with boxing with tits on stage at a wedding.
The teacher monsters aren’t here to defend themselves because they have real jobs.
ABC. Always Be Choreographing.