Quote# 143278

[On the song "This is Me" from The Greatest Showman]

The Disney paypigs who continue subjecting their children to satanically inspired princess movies no doubt blissfully hum this song to themselves as they wait in the drive-thru at Starbucks.

Brian Niemeier, Kairos 11 Comments [4/17/2019 8:00:42 AM]
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I figured Satan would have better taste

4/17/2019 10:22:37 AM

K

"satanically inspired princess movies"

No, Satan's stuff is original. It's the Christers that can't come up with anything original, so they just repurpose the same shit over and over again. For example, calling anything you don't like or disagree with 'satanic.'


4/17/2019 10:48:42 AM

Anon-e-moose

So a film featuring Wolverine can be Fabulous too.

Your point, Bri...?!

4/17/2019 12:05:05 PM

Kanna

Guess what, Brian. One's choice of entertainment is up to the individual. You don't have to participate if you don't want to.

4/17/2019 12:59:23 PM

Blair

What?

4/18/2019 4:59:28 AM

Lauge

"....satanically inspired princess movies...."

And now I can't get this image out of my head of the Academy Award ceremony, where the lady on stage goes "And the nominees for this year's best "satanically inspired princess movie" are....."

Damn!

Regards & all,

Thomas L. Nielsen
Luxembourg

4/18/2019 6:29:00 AM

Sasha

Are only princess movies satanically inspired? What about The Lion King or Toy Story? If I'm going to worship Satan, I have to know which movies to watch.

4/19/2019 10:30:30 AM

Anon-e-moose

@Sasha

Are only princess movies satanically inspired? What about The Lion King or Toy Story?


Also "Wreck-It Ralph" & "Ralph Wrecks The Internet".

Bri's entire 'argument' status: Rekt.

4/19/2019 10:55:40 AM

Blair

@Anon-e-moose:
Of course!

Seriously, Wreck-It Ralph changed my life.
The devil was pulling the strings behind it!

4/22/2019 3:16:19 PM

Anon-e-moose

@Blair

And considering what he's trying to push - Hard Sci-Fi - via what is basically a rip-off of Sunrise's "Gundam" franchise*: thus helping himself to more than his fair share of Japan's culture, I wonder what Bri thinks of Baymax in "Big Hero 6"?!

But then, "Soukyuu no Fafner" - even though is essentially "Neon Genesis Evangelion" if Nietzsche were alive today and had written an anime series - is a far more refreshing change than what he can't do with his 'imagination' what CLAMP have with another smash hit mecha-based franchise by Sunrise, "Code Geass".

The sequel to "SnF" shows how the last remnants of Japan after an invasion of Earth by hideous interdimensional aliens use the enemy's own technology incorporated into their mecha to become superior to such via using their biotech to evolve into more powerful forms. And said enemy - the Festum - are infinitely worse than the Shadows in "Babylon 5".

Anata wa soko ni imasu ka...?


(If you hear that over your communications, and you answer: you're dead)

*- @Swede

Oh, a "Buy My Book" ending. How classy!
Not...


Bri = Mack Major 2.0...?!

4/22/2019 4:01:42 PM

Blair

@Anon-e-moose:

I can't say I know what any of that means, but I like it.

If memes are Satanic, then God is evil.

4/23/2019 3:26:14 AM

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