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lucky760 says...

Wow, that's great. Thanks for the feedback. Glad I turned *someone* onto it!

In reply to this comment by kymbos:
Great find on that interview. It took me most of the morning at work to get through, but totally worth it. Thanks!

In reply to this comment by lucky760:
First heard of Gale Sayers this morning in an interview of Patton Oswalt by Adam Carolla. Interestingly, Patton Oswalt says he watches videos of Gale Sayers on the field to inspire his comedy writing.

rasch187 says...

I'll go all Don Bradman on your ass unless you start behaving, young man.

In reply to this comment by kymbos:
Shush now, Rasch. The adults are talking.

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What I don't like about this ad is how exited everyone is about watching cricket, a game that lasts for 7 days is never going to create that level of exitement.

No, kymbos, I don't want to hear why cricket is the best game on earth. I've played it and watched it, and it's the most boring activity on earth, closely followed by watching paint dry.

griefer_queafer says...

Hey man. Indeed, it is the one directed by Noah Baumbach. The film is actually not great, but i think its pretty good, and worth a watch. Not for everyone, but if you enjoyed this scene, you will probably like the movie. Give it a shot. Its dated, but its a classic, IMO.

In reply to this comment by kymbos:
And yet, in reading up on it, it appears to be a somewhat mediocre Will Ferrel film. Now I'm confused.

Ah! Two films, same title. And yet Rotten Tomatoes is consistent in the 'mediocre' tag.

rasch187 says...

I appreciate terrible just as much as the next guy, but there's just something about Wham and George Michael in particular that makes me hate modern culture.

More importantly, does this mean I won't be getting a christmas present this year?

In reply to this comment by kymbos:
What saddens me is that you understand its place, and yet completely miss its significance. The combination of George Michael, 80s pop-ballad, Andrew Ridgley's hair, and Christmas tunes, takes Last Christmas into a different echelon of terrible that justifies its existence. Not so much 'so bad it's good' - I do not overstep - but moreso 'so bad it has earned its place' in music history. Very few manufactured pop tunes have achieved this status, and you have, through shortsighted ignorance and far-too-simplistic logic, downvoted one such tune.

Andrew Ridgley sheds a single tear for you on Christmas Day.

rasch187 says...

And I would do it again and again. Wham epitomises the worst of music, taste and society in general. No redeeming qualities...this is going on your permanent record

In reply to this comment by kymbos:
You... you (*choke*) voted down Wham!'s Last Christmas? Sweet Baby Jesus! Have you forgotten the true meaning of Christmas? May Santa have mercy on your soul, scrooge.

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