Top Tier WhiningTOP TIER WHINING
No Christmas party
Since I already seen Die Hard a million times, I made the mistake of trying to watch more of this. Big mistakeWOTD - A lump of coal for you, "bah humbug", and political correctness in the 1840s.
This movie is dark, very dark. I don't mean dark like gloomy and a downer. No, its dark, really dark. Can't see much of anything. It was like one of those episodes of GOT where you couldn't see anything going on. So I went to read the review. I wasn't sure if I wanted to invest three hours of my life in watching this thing. And what do I find?
"Adapted with considerable liberties" Ya think?
"... not enough to recommend watching it" Even CNN doesn't like it?
...Good move. Irritate viewers at Christmas with an adaption of a true classic. A good whine to end the year.
.....was for Bad Boys Something. The SADDEST part of the experience was opening 2 seconds of the trailer. There, in plain view, is 992 911 Carrera S. As a replacement for the original 930 Turbo. OK, it has two turbochargers, but nothing else, really. Oh how mighty have fallen. What, Singer refused to lend you a proper Porsche 911 for the movie?
Why? I don't get it ... Some uber rich dude that drooled over Porsches since teenager would go around in a 992 CS when 50 years old? And that after he had 930 Turbo when in his 20s? Really?! Sell it to someone else, I am not buying.
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... the following is the whine of the year and its about education. I really wish they teached history or basic understanding of how things work.
True From 1912Allegedly, the local monkeys are so darn gluttonous for that treat that they reach in, grab a fistful and then get trapped because the hole is not big enough for them to extract the fist, only to insert empty hand.
Agree, I tried home delivery of groceries years ago. Its terrible. They send you stuff already expired or bruised fruit. Some things you need to do in person.2. For grocery stores especially, get me in and out in minimum time possible. And that's where the monkey story comes into play.
Exactly. The boy crying wolf, and now you're rationalizing bad "forecasts". And here is the problem.chows - wording of the signage you referenced above was apparently based on the best scientific knowledge and resulting forecasts available at the time of their creation.