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Light Reading: The Movie

10/4/2013
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The fall and rise of Stephen Saunders...
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TeleWRTRLiz
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TeleWRTRLiz,
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10/21/2013 | 5:36:16 PM
Better than the Muppet Movie!
Ok so I'm a few days late here watching this, but this movie was just full of life, inspirational and the special effects were out of this world. Definitly a worthy front runner for the Oscars. Look out Blue Jasmine. 
DanJones
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DanJones,
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10/9/2013 | 5:28:13 PM
Chicken spotting
So who's been in London recently?

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2012/jan/26/boris-johnson-chased-chicken-video
DanJones
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DanJones,
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10/8/2013 | 11:02:11 PM
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Reel chicken.
albreznick
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albreznick,
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10/8/2013 | 12:11:55 PM
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Did you use real chicken? Or a soy-based substitute? 
DanJones
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DanJones,
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10/7/2013 | 9:29:42 AM
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Power of acting, innit, method chicken and all that.
gbm1975
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gbm1975,
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10/4/2013 | 11:11:31 PM
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Dan, for everything else that went into this film, I'm left with the realization that it's the most elaborate and thorough public denial of vegetarianism that I have ever seen. Chicken is amazing, man.
DanJones
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DanJones,
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10/4/2013 | 6:56:12 PM
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Well you could see Saunders in this guise as yer classic unreliable narrator figure. It's a tried and tested story telling device.
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mendyk,
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10/4/2013 | 6:42:14 PM
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There is one glaring anachronism in the new video: LR never had cats on the wall. We had fish in a tank, and monkey balls galore, but no cats.
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DanJones,
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10/4/2013 | 4:57:40 PM
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Larry is irreplacable, so we didn't even try. 
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brookseven,
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10/4/2013 | 4:54:35 PM
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Okay - but you have to bring back Harvey Mudd.

and let's see...

Does the Lightning Bolt replace Larry?

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Can we have some some new Tachion threads?

and

remember about all things video (as per South Park - who already invented the Crab People - see the Metrosexual episode) "The Simpsons did it."

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