I went to go see School for Scoundrels last night. It was pretty funny. It had the guy from Napoleon Dynamite and Billy Bob Thorton. I’d give it about a seven and a half on a scale of one to ten. We kind of left the movie early a little because I had to watch my one TV show a week, South Park. It was an episode about the 9/11 conspiracy theories. It was really good until the ending. The ending kind of left me pissed off, but it was okay because the rest of it was so good. They even had a fake version of the Hardy Boys, but they called them the Hardly Boys. And they were so fucking gay it was hillarious. “I’m getting a ragin clue right now. My clue in pointing in this direction.” Man, it was really funny. And then the sscene where George W. Bush shoots a 911truth.org guy in the head, then ten minutes later Stan and Kyle see that same guy again alive. It was a great fucking episode. The animation was spectacular as well with amazing scenery shots. I know you probably don’t see this from the two-dimensional South Park world, but this episode was special in that regard. It was something that we had to get home for, though. There was no waiting till 12 to watch the rerun. It’s amazing how one show, and just one show, can make such a big impact on my life. There really isn’t another show like that one. If they didn’t have that show on Comedy Central or on TV at all, I would watch no TV. But the benefits of seeing them push the envelope is so amazing that I even left a movie I paid $7.75 for to make it home in time. Thank you, South Park and may the lord be with you.
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