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    Default More Netflix faggotry

    The Mist. The wife and I sat down last night to watch this series on Netflix. Watched like 5 minutes and said fuck it. It started out with a teacher getting suspended from work for teachimg subjects in sex ed that the school board said no to in the past. The principle was acting like he agreed with her. So basically libtard bullshit criticizing that we dont show our kids porn like the Norwegians do. The very next person we are introduced to is a emo kid wearing eyeliner and his overly "conservative" father. You know the cclose cut hairstyle guy wearing a collared button up shirt like Archey Bunker would have worn in the 60s who "wont listen to you when you're wearing make-up". Next scene of course this emo kid is best friends with the daughter of the sex ed teacher. They meet up at a football game so the emo kid had a plot device to reveal that he likes football player butt because he's a faggot. Wife turned it off lol.

    It all felt forced, like some butthurt director was trying to throw all his political whining into the first 5 or 10 minutes of the show. Pure faggotry.
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    This show came out on Spike a few months ago, and my wife and I also had the same exact reaction. We got to the part where the kid started complaining about heteronormative football patriarchy. We both looked at each other and turned it off.

    The part with the sex education and the holier than though moral high ground of the teacher in that sex education scene made my wife rage so hard (before being a professor she taught high school).
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    Default Re: More Netflix faggotry

    Quote Originally Posted by Zavon View Post
    This show came out on Spike a few months ago, and my wife and I also had the same exact reaction. We got to the part where the kid started complaining about heteronormative football patriarchy. We both looked at each other and turned it off.

    The part with the sex education and the holier than though moral high ground of the teacher in that sex education scene made my wife rage so hard (before being a professor she taught high school).
    Yeah I forgot about him bitching about football being sex discrimination or some shit. Yeah the teacher thing really pissed me off from the get go. I can't stand those kind of fuktards that think they know better and should just get to override parents/board/etc on what to say to other peoples kids.
    "Nah man, a Paladin has to play fair and by the rules. Do you really see Silly not attacking a weakened opponent? Or rather, not exploiting a weakness to take an enemy down? He'd totally do that. It's the law of the jungle with Silly, even if he does have faith. I think he's principled, just not merciful." - Zavon

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