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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
The 16-year-old and his dad.
I'm going to be severely disappointed by the piss tape.

 I've long thought it was going to be a video of fat fuck Trump in his tighty whities being a recipient of a train of prostitutes giving him a parade of golden showers very much in the vein of that old Bill Hicks joke about Rush Limbaugh.

But now it's sounding like it's going to be more of Trump in the corner wearing a suit egging on Russian whores to pee on a bed.

Not really as effective as what I thought it was going to be.

Oh, I dunno. I think it could be entertaining either way.

If it turns out that Trump likes girlpiss, all us gals can send him jars full of the stuff as a token of just how much we like him. And if he wants to pour it all over his bed at Mar-a-Lago and sleep in it, that's even better.
I watched Spirited Away (Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi) in the local movie theater last Sunday. 

Spirited Away is amazing. The story is really good, the characters are clearly and lovingly defined, and the artwork is sublime. One of the things I love about Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki films in particular is that they allow quiet moments to unfold naturally. They don't try to pack every minute with noise and bustle or hurry the plot along with silly sidekicks. But when they do go for action it's great! Haku and the paper birds, No-face in the bathhouse, and my favorite scene where Sen helps the 'stink spirit' are just wonderful.

If you haven't had the pleasure of seeing a Miyazaki film on the big screen, the next one up is Howl's Moving Castle. It will be showing in theatres nationwide the last weekend in November.
Must have been white people throwing them.

... because if it was black folks, they would have been throwing cans of Pepsi.
Politics and Current Events / Re: Comic relief thread
They both look better that way. They should swap hair for real.

A truly grand finale for Hugh Jackman's Wolverine and Patrick Stewart's Professor X. Well worth the ticket.
Long Way North.

French/Danish animated film about a 14 year old girl in late 19th century Russia following in her adventurous grandfather's footsteps. Simply but beautifully done, and almost entirely devoid of Disney tropes.