Occasionally and without good reason more of something will appear on this site. Also, Michelle Malkin.
Sadly the young male of our house (7years old)wants to go and see this slop. We will probably wait until it's on DVD so that we can ignore it.I watched the DVD of the first one with him and have never sided with the baddies more emphatically. They should wipe out the vain and stupid humans and their vacuous robot friends. I, for one, would welcome our new overlords.
Can't you grow any more suckers? Or tentacles? Two doesn't seem enough.
While I routinely fall short in matters pertaining to current pop culture (possibly because of the amount of time I must spend keeping these goddam kids off of my lawn!), I confess a complete ignorance of Transformers in general and the motion pictures in specific.My understanding is that it was a cartoon, then some small plastic, easily broken toys, beloved by a group of boys who thought fighting was REALLY cool as long as it didn't actually include their own participation, which usually resulted in a bloody nose and hot, salty tears of anger and frustration. Eventually these boys grew up and made the whole absurd fantasy into a movie that could be patronized by other, similar boys.My understanding of the concept is that an advanced species of alien is involved in an advanced alien war which for some reason I cannot begin to fathom they decide to wage on earth while disguised as american automobiles.The rest of the universe no doubt considers them lame in the extreme and giggles at the antics of their women...Capcha is trying desperately to get me to change my approach:Not like thatliediss
As one who is soaked in the philospohy of the Transformers (the Way of the L'ame) I must congratulate Mikey on his near faultless summation. However, it is not an aimless quest that the ravening not Zombie or Moozelim robots are on. There are searching for a cube (called The Cube)which fell onto the earth in some very far away time or place. At this point I lost consciousness and re awoke to find the American cars driving seemingly at random around ruined cities and frankly there was not much philosophy on offer, save that of "Smart-Arse Teenagers Will Save the World"Could we have some writing about the hot, salty tears? For a friend.
Can't you grow any more suckers? Or tentacles? Two doesn't seem enough.Hey, I can't grow more friends either but you won't catch me doing drunken weeping on the kitchen floor most nights.
As to the robots I'm sure I'll watch 'em at some point.
but you won't catch me doing drunken weeping on the kitchen floor most nights.I'm a daytime kitchen floor weeper myself.
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