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Discussion in 'The Hype Archives' started by Super_Ludacris, Sep 6, 2007.
Is his documentary on youtube?
I'd love to see it and link it to people.
I don't see it.
I only attack people who slandered my character. How I'm being a jerk for defending myself?
Anyways angry discussion is better than no discussion when it comes to genocide.
That's the real reason behind the theatrics. It's not like breaking each others balls is going to ruin the hype. Quite opposite in fact.
well you should suggest he put it on youtube.
That's all I'm implying.
It would be too long to host on youtube. He'd have to create his own site and host it there.
I have a karma jar.
Everything I spend on sex I also put in the jar.
As a result I've spent thousands on charity because of my expensive habit.
Unfortunately it's the only way to get me to spend so much on charity.
He can put 4-7 minute clips up and have a 10 part series of clips.
With editing he could have the entire documentary available on youtube for the world to see and draw inspiration from..
Their are several groups who did similar things at different colleges. The point of the movie(s) was to get the colleges interested in funding more trips to Africa...which he did. Also, he was looking to make money to send back...so giving it away for free kind of work against him. I didn't buy the video myself (I went with the black and white t-shirts), but they made a fairly big splash, so, I really don't think these things are having trouble distribution wise.
Otherwise, he can't. He's in Africa right now making his rounds through South Africa, Darfur and Uganda (I think -- mostly the "hot spots").
I'd like to see a movie where a guy pays hot-ass hookers to become a crack assault team and go rescue Darfur.
well its something to consider in the future.
A popular youtube vid can get well over 100,000 hits in a single day.
A great way to "raise" awareness amongst the male geek community. t:
I'd love to finance such a movie via my karma jar.
I can do casting and production in one broad stoke.
How about this one:
Batman Fan-boys VS Anything Joel Schumacher will ever do.
The sad part are there are "fanboys" who still defend Joel Schumacher.
"broad - stroke"
How 'bout this one?
Me vs. everyone who defends FF2.
Not really, I'm sure more people hate that piece of crap than like it!
I'm not a fan of his Batman flicks, but Phonebooth and Lost Boys ****ing own'd.
Us FF2 haters need to stick together! t:
We cover most of the globe however.....
Lost Boys is an absolute classic.
But from a hardcore Batman fans perpective it's not enough to forgive ass-cheek close up shot of the Dark Knight and bat skates and neon glo stick thugs and...
If the asking price is reasonable they will.
Yeah. Well it was the 90s
Yeah but it still comes on tv.
When all copies have been destroyed the forgiveness process can begin.
I'm glad most of us see the light.
only b&r though i kinda like forever.