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why would they showcase this movie in irvine, ca? and not los angeles? it would only make sense...

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Wait, wait, wait....

Let me sum this movie up:

"WAAAAAAAAAH DADDY, I WANNA DO THE GRAFFITI ARTS!!!!"

 

I just saved you two hours, and ten bucks.

Go build a ship in a bottle.

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Thread # 1492 with the same nonsense as the last Quality of Life Thread... Tell us something new!

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Originally posted by 1988@Mar 28 2006, 09:22 PM

Tell us something new!

 

The Poopsmith is a fictional character from the Homestar Runner series of animated cartoons on the website homestarrunner.com. His name describes his job; he shovels feces all day long, although this is never quite explicitly stated in the cartoons and only vaguely alluded to as "whatsit". The King of Town employs the Poopsmith for reasons that, according to the King of Town, he prefers not to disclose.

 

As a result of his occupation, he smells terrible, which Strong Bad would regard as an understatement. Strong Bad also seems to be afraid of him as per his being unwilling to touch the Poopsmith. Nonetheless other characters seem to respect him. The Poopsmith never speaks, as he has taken a vow of silence. The Poopsmith was created as a joke character, appearing right after the Blacksmith in an early cartoon called "The King of Town". He remains as the cartoon's embodiment of toilet humor. Such humor is uncommon elsewhere on the site, and the character of the Poopsmith can be interpreted as the cartoonists' way of recognizing the occasional usefulness of such humor while simultaneously keeping it strictly confined to one character who appears the least often of all the principal characters.

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^^^ Thank you for that very informing yet intellectual piece of literature!

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Originally posted by Shark Hammil@Mar 29 2006, 12:28 AM

Wait, wait, wait....

Let me sum this movie up:

"WAAAAAAAAAH DADDY, I WANNA DO THE GRAFFITI ARTS!!!!"

 

I just saved you two hours, and ten bucks.

Go build a ship in a bottle.

 

Also..

 

"FUCK THE SYSTEM....THEY DONT UNDERSTAND US, ITS AN ART NOT A CRIME!!!"

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go see piece by piece its coming to a lot of different theaters or just buy the dvd in a month or so its soooooooo much better than any of those shitty films like bomb the system and quality of life

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Coincidently , I passed by a place playing it today..

 

3rd street and either first Ave or Ave A, just east of

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piece by piece and infamy

 

are the best graffiti related videos that i have seen, wait for there dvd releases and you will be a happy camper.

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Originally posted by fatbastard+Mar 29 2006, 04:09 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (fatbastard - Mar 29 2006, 04:09 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Shark Hammil@Mar 29 2006, 12:28 AM

Wait, wait, wait....

Let me sum this movie up:

"WAAAAAAAAAH DADDY, I WANNA DO THE GRAFFITI ARTS!!!!"

 

I just saved you two hours, and ten bucks.

Go build a ship in a bottle.

 

Also..

 

"FUCK THE SYSTEM....THEY DONT UNDERSTAND US, ITS AN ART NOT A CRIME!!!"

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:haha:

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Originally posted by sarcasm@Mar 29 2006, 04:26 AM

why would they showcase this movie in irvine, ca? and not los angeles? it would only make sense...

 

Maybe they dont want to have to pay for more security to pat fools down trying to bring heat for anyone lookin at them and not the movie shit think brotha

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