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You're killin' me, Smalls. 'The Sandlot' celebrates 25th anniversary
Post Date: 2018-07-15 18:45:05 by Gatlin
WASHINGTON (CIRCA) - When you think of the most definitive baseball films of the past 30 years, The Sandlot often tops the list. via GIPHY The coming-of-age cult classic premiered 25 years ago, but its impact is timeless. via GIPHY You can't walk past a T-shirt rack at stores without seeing some sort of reference to the film. The iconic quotes from the film are almost endless and have been made into numerous GIFs. via GIPHY via GIPHY via GIPHY via GIPHY Now, the cast of "The Sandlot" is out celebrating the baseball classic. They are all over the MLB All-Star Weekend in Washington, D.C. MLB is also celebrating the film with a photo opportunity at ...
Four new reasons to Rock Billy Boogie
Post Date: 2018-07-13 04:50:18 by Deckard
Gloriously, scandalously electric rock and roll was never the 'passing craze' 1950s detractors assailed it as being. Of racially and experientially blended character, the defiantly upstart style was much more powerful than the milquetoastian polite society strictures it forever rattled into rubble. In its fecund youth, rock and roll spoke to and for entire swaths of under-celebrated America: the poor, blue collar workers, blacks, teenagers. Anyone who dwelt 'outside,' and intuited that the mannerly crooners blaring from 'Your Hit Parade' broadcasts weren't 'of' them, and didn't care to be. Those powdered songbirds would probably shrink from the ...
The 9 Most Hated Professions
Post Date: 2018-07-12 09:17:36 by Gatlin
Certain images pop into your head when you think about some professions, and these images aren't always so favorable. The reason they come to mind is probably not because of your personal experience with a particular profession, but your impression is instead based on the way these professions are portrayed on television, in movies, or on what you know about the few bad seeds that are present in every field of work. Let's take a look at why we hate some professions and learn the truth about them. Who knows ... you may wind up finding your future career, once you know the facts about it. 01 Dentists A trip to the dentist usually means you* will have a little bit of discomfort, if ...
The 'outrageous' 40-year-old film that predicted the future
Post Date: 2018-07-10 12:43:49 by Deckard
When Network was released in November 40 years ago, the poster warned audiences to prepare themselves for a perfectly outrageous motion picture. The film was written by Paddy Chayevsky (Marty, The Hospital) and directed by Sidney Lumet (Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon), both of whom made their names in television in the 1950s, and both of whom believed that the industry, and the world, had been in decline ever since.Network was their furious howl of protest. It was a triumphant black comedy, winning four Oscars, being nominated for two more, and going on to be held in ever higher acclaim. In 2006, the Writers Guilds of America chose Chayevksys screenplay as one of the 10 best ...
A Mexican Town OVERTHREW Their Local Government And Things Are Going Great
Post Date: 2018-07-03 12:40:53 by Deckard
The town of Cherán was once plagued by people claiming the right to rule over them and now they live peaceful lives free of violence. After the town of 20,000 people in Mexico decided to take matters into their own hands by kicking out politicians, cops, and criminals, the now completely voluntary society is running great and the people finally have freedom and peace. Cherán is now run by autonomous groups of armed individuals acting on a voluntary basis, with no one making laws, but no one harming each other either. Choosing to work together instead of submitting to the authoritarian regime previously claiming ownership over the town and those ...
At the chalkboard…
Post Date: 2018-06-30 18:39:40 by Deckard
A Strange Evolution: When Fundagelicals Loved the ACLU
Post Date: 2018-06-30 09:00:42 by Gatlin
Long, long ago, when I was a wee bright-eyed Pentecostal lass, I had a run-in with an anti-theist college professor. I wrote about it a few years ago, but I always intended to come back to that story because there was a part I hadnt mentioned at the time. You see, my evangelical peers had an instantand unanimousresponse to the situation when I told them about it. They wanted me to go talk to the ACLU. Does that shock you? Surprise you? It should. Ill tell you about it today. Today, Lord Snow Presides over another strange evolution in fundagelicalism.(Scott Granneman, CC-SA.) Set The Wayback Machine. As I said in that earlier post, it must have been 1988 or 1989. I ...
Libertarian Songs [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2018-06-29 06:56:06 by Deckard
On social media (such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+) I often post a libertarian song of the day. I didnt really think anyone really cared or paid attention. That is until I didnt do so for a few days, then I had all kinds of people asking if I was OK! Below is a list of songs I believe have at least some libertarian (small l) spirit to them. Yes, some of these do have swear words and adult concepts. This list is far from complete. I just add to it as I do my libertarian song of the day thing (and Im not gonna bother putting older ones I posted until I get to them again). I have also included the link to each artists website. This is my way to give credit where ...
What Purpose Do Mosquitoes Serve?
Post Date: 2018-06-24 13:18:46 by Justified
Mosquitoes seem to serve no purpose other to annoy us. But from the mosquitoes' point of view, their purpose is to make more mosquitoes. From the point of view of birds, fishes, frogs and other animals that eat them, their purpose is to provide a source of food. But does the world actually need mosquitoes? It's hard to find a reason. An article by Janet Fang in the July 2010 magazine Nature asked scientists what the world would be like without mosquitoes. Most of them thought that we wouldn't miss the annoying little creatures. Disease among humans would decrease, if the mosquitoes that spread malaria, dengue fever, encephalitis and other illnesses disappeared. In the ...
Arguments for / against monarchy
Post Date: 2018-06-12 23:30:54 by thetasArk
Jordan Peterson debate on the gender pay gap, campus protests and postmodernism
Post Date: 2018-05-26 10:35:47 by A Pole
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Portsmouth man added "copyright" and his screen name to his child porn, feds say
Post Date: 2018-05-22 12:00:06 by sneakypete
Portsmouth man added "copyright" and his screen name to his child porn, feds say http://libertysflame.com/cgi-bin/postarticle.cgi
Poster Comment:Click on the link that was sent to me. Just when you think dumb has hit bottom,goobers like this show up. The good news for him is he is due to quickly loose the excess 200+ lbs he has been carrying on his new prison diet,and he will no longer have food stamps to buy Twinkies by the crate. He will,of course,continue to live in pubic housing,though.
Why Socrates Hated Democracy
Post Date: 2018-05-21 06:26:08 by A Pole
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Post Date: 2018-04-28 14:59:32 by Pinguinite
Within the next day or two I'll be doing a server upgrade which I expect will be more involved that usual upgrades. The last time I did this level of upgrade, the web sites no longer worked, so that may mean a few hours outage of LF. Maybe not but just in case FYI...
Awesome Cover of Hall and Oates' "She's Gone" (This ROCKS!)
Post Date: 2018-04-18 12:29:27 by Deckard
Clay Howard - Bandcamp
Alexa, What is a Chemtrail?
Post Date: 2018-04-13 06:06:26 by Deckard
Procol Harum - Conquistador // Denmark - 2006 (LIVE)
Post Date: 2018-04-11 12:21:08 by Liberator
Spectacular stirring rendition of Procol Harem's 'Conquistador', featuring a a tight Danish orchestra from 2016 -- nearly 45 years after the original. Of note, the studio album rendition did not originally feature the orchestra section was re-released as a live 1972 version (similar to this) and featuring the London Symphony Orchestra. That was the rendition widely played on radio. Gary Brooker's soulful vocals remained largely unchanged after all this time. This classic ditty was always under-appreciated; Musically, it has everything. Poster Comment:
Latest Internet Prank Is Tricking People Into Putting Aluminum Foil Into The Microwave
Post Date: 2018-04-05 06:36:37 by Deckard
The latest viral internet prank is somehow tricking people into putting a ball of aluminum foil in their microwaves. The sad truth is people are trying it and it could cause an explosion and fire in your house. We feel like we shouldnt have to remind people of this, but then again we also had to tell people not to snort condoms or ingest a Tide pod, so you know 2018 has already scraped the bottom of all the barrels, or so wed hoped. But alas, we were wrong. People are putting balls of foil in their microwaves. The newest internet prank is a tweet urging people to microwave a ball of aluminum foil for three minutes. According to IFL Science, it seems ...
"The Nothing Box" (AKA. Men's vs. Women's Brains)
Post Date: 2018-04-03 15:19:08 by A Pole
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Libertysflames question of the week...Can you think of anything worse then.......
Post Date: 2018-03-19 21:31:48 by A K A Stone
Can anyone tell me anything worse then murdering a baby? Any takers?
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly/Ecstasy of Gold - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Live, 2018!)
Post Date: 2018-03-12 14:12:53 by Liberator
On January 2018, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) hosted three orchestral concerts called 'Duellen - Morricone trækker først' (The Dual - Morricone draws first) which included some of the soundtrack from various western and gangster movies. This is their version of some of the music from the western classic: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. The concert was hosted by Kristian Leth and conducted by Sarah Hicks. The performance was orchestrated by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra (DR Symfoniorkester) with help from The Danish Concert Choir (DR Koncertkoret). TIMESTAMPS: [0:00] - Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) Main Title ...
Ghost Riders in the Sky
Post Date: 2018-03-11 22:55:22 by Gatlin
Ghost Riders in the Sky Steyn's Song of the Week AC-130 Spectre Gunship Theme Song Exactly one week ago, at the Academy Awards, Best Actress winner Frances McDormand put the phrase "inclusion rider" into general circulation - and Matthew McWilliams, a first-day Founding Member of The Mark Steyn Club, wrote to propose one of those all-star medleys the Oscars used to do so well: Perhaps, Inclusion Rider (by Traffic), Inclusion Riders on the Storm (by The Doors), Midnight Inclusion Rider (by the Allman Brothers Band) and Low Inclusion Rider (by War). I'm open to other suggestions. Fellow Club member Bob Belvedere took up the challenge: All good choices. Perhaps, also: CC ...
United States shows displeasure at press, after Russian showcase of power
Post Date: 2018-03-11 08:37:45 by A Pole
Russian? Enough said' - Heather Nauert Russian response: Click for Full Text!
Trump pardons Kristian Saucier, former sailor jailed for submarine pictures
Post Date: 2018-03-10 14:42:50 by Gatlin
President Trump issued the second pardon of his presidency Friday to former Navy sailor Kristian Saucier, who learned the news while driving a garbage truck, the only job he could find with a felony conviction. Saucier was sentenced to a year in prison during the 2016 campaign for taking pictures inside a nuclear submarine. Trump invoked his case repeatedly on the campaign trail, saying he was ruined for doing nothing compared to Hillary Clinton. Still, Trump allowed Saucier to serve his full prison sentence. He was released in September and returned to the Vermont home he shares with his wife Sadie and their two-year-old daughter. Saucier, now 31, was 22 years ...
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