Went to see this at the Loft last night with a friend and had an excellent time. This film is a seriously surreal, occasionally shocking and funny ride and well worth the time. It's a twisted mash-up of Ghostbusters, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Buckaroo Banzai; Paul Giamatti is his usual fantastic self and the heroes are like Bill and Ted run through a ketamine sieve. See it at the Loft or pick it up at Casa!
Wear your hood and sheets next time, Mr. Smith-you'll be far more honest and easier to recognize.
Did this woman run a certain AM station here in town into a wall before trying her hand at baking or is she just a creepy relative?
I stand corrected, AZ/DC-you are absolutely correct. I should have left the rolling paper intact, it seems. :)
The Cheech & Chong routine in question is "Streets Of New York Or Los Angeles Or San Francisco Or..." from their 1972 album, Big Bambu (indeed the one with the ginormous rolling paper inside).
Now people can understand why I've been a Patton Oswalt fan for years; he simply can't be beat for articulate, intelligent and funny observations.
Excellent points and post, skinnyman-thank you for weighing in. People who ignore or deny the possibility of government involvement in this event do so only out of willful ignorance.
Unlike most bills related to our tragedy in Tucson, I actually agreed with this one. Unless and until we acknowledge the role mental illness (and sometimes the drugs used to treat it) play in massacres, they will continue unabated, no matter how many "assault weapons" we ban.
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