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Bash Batman OOT

by Macker ( 72 Comments › )
Filed under Entertainment, Humor, OOT at August 24th, 2013 - 11:00 pm

Goldwaterite was good enough on Friday night to start the rampage against The Caped Crusader. Let’s see what Nice Peter and Epic Lloyd had to say when Sherlock Holmes took him on:

Let the Bat-Bashings continue on this, The Overnight Open Thread!

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  1. 1 | August 24, 2013 11:44 pm

    This kinda fits.
    Chlanna nan con thigibh a so’s gheibh sibh feoil.
    It’s an old Scottish war cry that roughly translates to “Bite me, you sons of bitches.”
    http://theothermccain.com/2013/08/22/shocking-freekates-father-conspires-to-shut-down-this-blog-media-blackout/
    Bizarre. An adult repeatedly molests 14 year old and somehow it’s Robert Stacy McCain’s fault the pedophile’s in jail.


  2. rain of lead
    2 | August 24, 2013 11:50 pm


  3. darkwords
    3 | August 24, 2013 11:52 pm

    @ 1 Bunk X: Lesbians libs got their equal rights. According to their politics it’s rape and gets jail time. In those age sets we should be encouraging equal ages. Wait til some 50 year old ice skating coach feels the need to marry his 15 year trainee to pull him away from his family. lol


  4. rain of lead
    4 | August 24, 2013 11:52 pm


  5. darkwords
    5 | August 24, 2013 11:54 pm

    Patton Oswalt on Facebook.

    No matter how many times you post your stupid “Fire Ben Affleck from Playing Batman” petition, I’m going to delete it and block you. Take a deep breath, and think for a second:

    Yeah, the dude’s made some bad films. Every actor has. Every actor does. Every actor will. It’s a huge, arcing career and NO ONE has control over where it goes. Movie to movie, year to year, you’re collaborating and .


  6. darkwords
    6 | August 24, 2013 11:58 pm

    @ rain of lead:
    Pretty good work. Cartoons have come a long way.


  7. rain of lead
    7 | August 25, 2013 12:02 am

    @ darkwords:

    actually my kid turned me onto the series
    they mock just about every movie ever made
    they are funny as crap


  8. rain of lead
    8 | August 25, 2013 12:10 am


  9. rain of lead
    9 | August 25, 2013 12:19 am

    Batman and Superman Cafe


  10. 10 | August 25, 2013 12:24 am

    @ darkwords:

    For once, Baxter Sarno makes sense!


  11. The Osprey
    11 | August 25, 2013 12:26 am

    Which is worse…

    Ben “Aflac” or…


  12. rain of lead
    12 | August 25, 2013 12:31 am

    @ The Osprey:

    nobody expects the Spanish inquisition Matt Damon


  13. 13 | August 25, 2013 12:53 am

    @ The Osprey:

    The correct answer is: YES!


  14. 14 | August 25, 2013 3:48 am

    Bunkarina stopped by today, so she, the missus and I decided to watch a movie. Turned out to be one of the funniest movies I’ve seen in a while.

    Loosely based upon a 1904 Jack London novel,“The Legend Of The Sea Wolf” is a 1975 spaghetti western set on a seal-hunting ship somewhere in the Pacific circa 1800 featuring a cast of Italians, and Chuck Connors as an a-hole captain.

    Bad acting and dialogue prevails, and there’s a storm every night where all hands are on deck getting buckets of water thrown into their faces. During the day the seas are calm and everyone fights each other. During the night, the model ship has ripped sails, and every morning those sails are complete again. Great stuff, and the crew never caught a single seal.

    The best part was that we kept the sound down and provided our own dialogue.

    I give The Legend Of The Sea Wolf Five Stars.


  15. 15 | August 25, 2013 4:11 am

    With few exceptions, sea-faring movies are some of the worst.


  16. BatGuano
    16 | August 25, 2013 4:11 am

    Thank you for the recommendation. I truly love a bad movie.Good movies are so predictable that there are no surprises: great script, great theme, great acting, great cinematography… yada yada.In a great movie you may ask, “How did they do that?” In a bad movies the question is, “Why did they do that?” that is what makes bad movies interesting and watchable. The latest entry, of course, is Sharknedo. It has that rare bad movie genius that makes it float to the top face down and bloated like a drunken boater. Exquisite!


  17. 17 | August 25, 2013 4:25 am

    @ Mike C.:
    This one was hilarious. Striped shirts. Buckets. Every utterance included “Arrrrgh” (at least in our version). “First Mate Dickhead! Take the helm! I’m goin’ below to play wit me bird.”


  18. BatGuano
    18 | August 25, 2013 4:26 am

    @ Mike C.:
    My two favorite sea-faring movies are The Caine Mutiny and Moby Dick (Gregory Peck.)


  19. 19 | August 25, 2013 4:28 am

    @ Bunk X:
    And that was Chuck Connor’s best line in the movie (at least in our version).


  20. 20 | August 25, 2013 4:31 am

    Mystery Science Theatre 3000…


  21. 21 | August 25, 2013 4:37 am

    @ Bunk X:

    Didn’t catch the title, but the wife was watching one last week that had Sir Alec Guinness as the captain of a British ship during the Napoleonic Wars. The stupidity was awe-inspiring. For the antithesis of that, watch Master and Commander.

    @ BatGuano:

    The aforementioned Master and Commander sticks me to the couch anytime it comes on, even though I have it on a DVD.


  22. 22 | August 25, 2013 4:38 am

    @ BatGuano:
    I’ve watched The Caine Mutiny many times.
    If anyone still reads books, “The Arnheiter Affair” is about a real-life Queeg during operations in VietNam. He was relieved of duty after only 99 days as Captain of the USS Vance.

    This is an amazing true story of a US naval captain so bizarre, even demented, that it reads like fiction.


  23. 23 | August 25, 2013 4:41 am

    The wife was also watching Shaekespear in Love last week, a movie that automatically pisses me off. Took me a while to remember why, though. But I did. It beat out Saving Private Ryan for Best Picture. That was the last time I ever paid any attention to the Academy Awards. You gotta be shitting me…


  24. BatGuano
    24 | August 25, 2013 4:43 am

    Mike C. wrote:

    The aforementioned Master and Commander sticks me to the couch anytime it comes on, even though I have it on a DVD.

    I also have that on DVD and will watch it many times more.I need to read the gosh darn books tho. I am way behind,


  25. 25 | August 25, 2013 4:44 am

    I’m wiped out, but before I go, this song and intro is awesome, dedicated to all the OOTers out there, especially to Lily who’s MIA tonight:


  26. BatGuano
    26 | August 25, 2013 4:44 am

    @ Bunk X:
    Must check that out.


  27. 28 | August 25, 2013 5:01 am

    @ BatGuano:

    I’ve read all the books, several times. The movie hit the character Jack Aubry exactly (“Doctor, you must always remember that in The Service, one must always chose the lesser of two weavils.” Perfect!) Stephen Maturin, not so much, but they obviously did that on purpose to set up a conflict. In the books, Maturin was a secret agent of the Admiralty. The depiction of actual conditions on a Royal Navy ship of the time were as good as any yet depicted in a movie.


  28. BatGuano
    29 | August 25, 2013 5:05 am

    @ Mike C.:
    Can you tell me which is the book with which to begin?


  29. BatGuano
    30 | August 25, 2013 5:13 am

    Good night, everyone.


  30. 31 | August 25, 2013 5:22 am

    BatGuano wrote:

    @ Mike C.:
    Can you tell me which is the book with which to begin?

    I’d say read them in order.


  31. 32 | August 25, 2013 8:07 am

    @ Mike C.:

    Buggery, Rum and The Lash? :cool:


  32. Bumr50
  33. Bumr50
    34 | August 25, 2013 9:19 am

    1) While sitting at your desk in front of your computer, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.

    2) Now, while doing this, draw the number ’6′ in the air with your right hand.

    Your foot will change direction. And there’s nothing you can do about it!


  34. Bumr50
    35 | August 25, 2013 9:44 am

    COLIN POWELL: TRAYVON MARTIN VERDICT ‘QUESTIONABLE’

    ht -- Breitbart

    Tool.

    Nobody saw this coming…

    //


  35. Bumr50
    36 | August 25, 2013 10:07 am

    Bob Corker is being a good little nation builder.

    Eliot Engel agrees with him.

    Nuff’ said.


  36. Bumr50
    37 | August 25, 2013 10:08 am

    @ Bumr50:

    Bipartisanship!


  37. 38 | August 25, 2013 10:21 am

    @ Bumr50:

    I was never really impressed with Colin Powell. I had high hopes that he would impress me as Sec State, and he failed completely. He was better than Madiline Albright or Hillary Clinton, but he was still very disappointing. So was Condi Rice. I was a big Rice fan until her tour of duty as Sec State. I know, though that she had to carry out Bush’s foreign policy agenda. How much that reflected her own thoughts on the matter, I do not know. Nothing good came out of Bush’s second term. Bush let the media and the Democrats (same thing, really) destroy his second term. Bush’s biggest flaw was that he wasn’t a real leader. When the MFM turned the tide against him he didn’t know how to fight back. It isn’t sufficient to be right on issues. YOu have to be able to shape the public debate in your favor. Obama doesn’ty do well at theat, either, which is why his policy priorities, from gun control to amnesty and everything in between, are failing. Obama may get Amnesty, but he’ll never get the gun control package he wants. Renewing the “Assault Weapons” ban barely garnered 40 votes in the Senate. It would likely never pass the House.


  38. 39 | August 25, 2013 10:25 am

    @ Bumr50:

    I’m nopt a fan of Corker’s, either, but he is one of the better ones we have in the Senate. He at least sees the problem that the deficit/debt is creating for us, and really does seem to want to stop it. I went to a town hall meeting with him about thre years ago, and at that time he said that he thought we had about three years before the bond market turned against us. He is the only Senator that I’ve seen that has pointed out that our real debt ceiling is when our creditors will no longer loan to us at effectively 0% interest. We may have just about reached that point.


  39. brookly red
    40 | August 25, 2013 10:27 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    @ Bumr50:

    I’m nopt a fan of Corker’s, either, but he is one of the better ones we have in the Senate. He at least sees the problem that the deficit/debt is creating for us, and really does seem to want to stop it. I went to a town hall meeting with him about thre years ago, and at that time he said that he thought we had about three years before the bond market turned against us. He is the only Senator that I’ve seen that has pointed out that our real debt ceiling is when our creditors will no longer loan to us at effectively 0% interest. We may have just about reached that point.

    what then, start a war perhaps?


  40. Bumr50
    41 | August 25, 2013 10:39 am

    @ Iron Fist:

    Someone should tell him that Syrian intervention will most definitely NOT help the deficit/debt situation.

    @ brookly red:

    We don’t start actual “WARS” anymore.

    We start “actions,” supposedly followed by “negotiations.”


  41. brookly red
    42 | August 25, 2013 10:42 am

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    We don’t start actual “WARS” anymore.

    We start “actions,” supposedly followed by “negotiations.”

    do the Russians know that?


  42. Bumr50
    43 | August 25, 2013 10:44 am

    @ brookly red:

    Most assuredly.


  43. brookly red
    44 | August 25, 2013 10:47 am

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    Most assuredly.

    so they get the port and we get the pipeline?


  44. rain of lead
    45 | August 25, 2013 10:51 am

    just a damn cult
    words….I have none

    Revamped American Flag Shows Up in D.C. Today…

    they left off the hammer and sycle and the moon and cresant


  45. 46 | August 25, 2013 10:52 am

    @ Bumr50:

    Yerah, that is where I break with Corker hard. Syria simply isn’t a concern of ours. If anything, we know that Bashar Assad hasn’t given terrorists nerve gas. If al Qaeda in Syria were to win the Syrian civil war, they would assuredly supply thwemselves with nerve gas, and they would use it. Assad is our ennemy, sure enough, but so is al Qaeda in Syria. At least with Assad we =know what we are getting. I am certainly not saying that we should intervene on Adssad’s behalf. We should stay neutral, and supply neither side with weapons if we can help it.


  46. rain of lead
    47 | August 25, 2013 10:54 am

    wag the dog
    eat the….
    no no no,
    wag the dog

    BREAKING. @CBSNews has learned that the Pentagon is making the initial preparations for a Cruise missile attack on Syrian government forces


  47. brookly red
    48 | August 25, 2013 10:57 am

    rain of lead wrote:

    wag the dog
    eat the….
    no no no,
    wag the dog

    BREAKING. @CBSNews has learned that the Pentagon is making the initial preparations for a Cruise missile attack on Syrian government forces

    Darn, they weren’t supposed to leak that till Tuesday…


  48. rain of lead
    50 | August 25, 2013 11:08 am

    day by day

    http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/


  49. brookly red
    52 | August 25, 2013 11:16 am

    rain of lead wrote:

    33 Shocking Facts Which Show How Badly The Economy Has Tanked Under Obama

    Shocking to whom?


  50. rain of lead
    53 | August 25, 2013 11:20 am

    @ brookly red:

    well yeah not to us
    but it a good resource to get libs heads assploding


  51. brookly red
    54 | August 25, 2013 11:27 am

    rain of lead wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    well yeah not to us
    but it a good resource to get libs heads assploding

    They won’t read it and if they do they will just blame Bush and call us racists…


  52. Bumr50
    55 | August 25, 2013 11:32 am

    @ brookly red:

    Grumpypants.

    ;-)

    Are you a Jets fan?


  53. brookly red
    56 | August 25, 2013 11:34 am

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    Grumpypants.

    Are you a Jets fan?

    not a fan, but not a hater


  54. Bumr50
    57 | August 25, 2013 11:40 am

    @ brookly red:

    Rex Ryan is a bloviating, self-centered imbecile, IMHO.


  55. brookly red
    58 | August 25, 2013 11:43 am

    href=”#co_1250412″ title=”Go to comment of this author”>Bumr50 wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    Rex Ryan is a bloviating, self-centered imbecile, IMHO.

    there is something in the water in jersey I guess


  56. Bumr50
    59 | August 25, 2013 11:44 am

    @ brookly red:

    Since you’re not a fan, maybe you hadn’t heard.

    Rex thrusts Jets into QB crisis

    Put Sanchez in in the middle of the fourth quarter of a preseason game , cold having not played since the first half, and taking snaps behind backup o-linemen.

    Brilliant.


  57. brookly red
    60 | August 25, 2013 11:47 am

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    Since you’re not a fan, maybe you hadn’t heard.

    Rex thrusts Jets into QB crisis

    Put Sanchez in in the middle of the fourth quarter of a preseason game , cold having not played since the first half, and taking snaps behind backup o-linemen.

    Brilliant.

    yeah it’s on all the local radio… it’s almost as if he intentionally “Bengazied” him


  58. brookly red
    61 | August 25, 2013 12:07 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    Since you’re not a fan, maybe you hadn’t heard.

    Rex thrusts Jets into QB crisis

    Put Sanchez in in the middle of the fourth quarter of a preseason game , cold having not played since the first half, and taking snaps behind backup o-linemen.

    Brilliant.

    OK, hearing a lot of calls for Rex to be fired now…


  59. Bumr50
    62 | August 25, 2013 12:09 pm

    @ brookly red:

    Many NFL teams would have fired him already this morning.

    (Granted, most of THOSE teams would’ve never hired him in the first place…)

    Maybe HE wants out.

    Jets fans never have anything good to say about ownership.


  60. brookly red
    63 | August 25, 2013 12:14 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ brookly red:

    Many NFL teams would have fired him already this morning.

    (Granted, most of THOSE teams would’ve never hired him in the first place…)

    Maybe HE wants out.

    Jets fans never have anything good to say about ownership.

    I think it’s a good chance he is working on his resume right about now…


  61. 64 | August 25, 2013 12:14 pm

    Telegraphing their greatest fears.


  62. 65 | August 25, 2013 12:17 pm

    brookly red wrote:

    there is something in the water in jersey I guess

    Yes… It’s called Chris Christy… :twisted:


  63. Bumr50
    66 | August 25, 2013 12:26 pm

    @ doriangrey:

    Nice post!

    I see you linked to a yinzer, who in turn elicited a Kilgore Trout comment!


  64. brookly red
    67 | August 25, 2013 12:29 pm

    doriangrey wrote:

    Telegraphing their greatest fears.

    I think you nailed it, they see the public outcry and it scares them.


  65. Guggi
    68 | August 25, 2013 12:31 pm

    Some critizism on postmodernism from the left (Marxism)

    Moreover, the subject of desire becomes the site of a discursive economy that expands control in the name of education, sexuality and health without these staples of a democratic society ever achieving any emancipatory effect. Thus, between them Foucault and Lyotard abandon the subject of politics and history to the history and politics of subjectivity and minoritarianism. Because they abandon the social subject of history—or like Jameson push it into the unconscious—Foucault and Lyotard abandon us to the false alternatives of totalitarianism and minoritarianism, of alterity and difference versus mutuality.

    Not so good news -- PM is still en vogue on US-universities. Although anglo-american thinkers had nothing to do with the development of postmodernism at the beginning the US-academia and the US-universities have become the promised land for French/European irrationalists (postmodernists/post-structuralists):

    Members of the Philadelphia Association were among the first active practitioners to introduce thinkers such as Derrida, Levinas and Lyotard, as well as Lacan, into philosophical thinking about psychoanalysis and healing (Cooper et al. 1989). Forrester (1990) undertook a scholarly examination of the lineage from Freud to Lacan and Derrida, with an important concluding chapter on Foucault and the history of psychoanalysis. Kvale (1992) and Shamdasani and Munchow (1994) edited pioneering and cosmopolitan collections of essays, the latter including papers by Kristeva, Castoriadis, Spivak and Lingis, among others. O’Connor and Ryan (1993) considered the work of Kristeva and Irigaray, as well as of Lacan, in their study of psychoanalytic understandings of lesbianism; Frosh (1994) drew on Irigaray, Kristeva and Cixous in his critical exploration of psychoanalytic theories of sexual difference. Barratt (1993) argued that psychoanalysis should now redefine itself as a post-modern method, while Campbell (2000) linked psychoanalysis and post-structuralism in her re-thinking of the politics of gender and sexuality. DiCenso (1998) used Lacan and Kristeva to re-examine Freud’s attitudes to religion, and Hauke (2000) aligned Jung’s ideas to a post-modern critique of contemporary society. Parker (1999) made an important plea for a ‘non-regulative’ practice: he applied the post-modern turn in philosophy to psychotherapy, making particular use of Derrida and Foucault, to deconstruct power (including gender) relations within psychotherapy’s institutions and discourses. Fiumara (2001) drew on a range of contemporary philosophy and feminist theory to explore the relationship between thinking and feeling.


  66. The Osprey
    69 | August 25, 2013 12:32 pm

    rain of lead wrote:

    @ The Osprey:

    nobody expects the Spanish inquisition Matt Damon

    Nobody expects the Falangist Mariachis!

    Buenos días, mis compañeros reaccionarios!

    Para su placer escuchar otra vez presentarle el himno de la Falange Española en estilo mariachi Mexicano!

    Francisco Franco y José Antonio Primo de Rivera están muertos, pero a la molestia de Charles Johnson, la banda Falangista juega en!

    Arriba, Ciudad Culver!


  67. 70 | August 25, 2013 12:32 pm

    brookly red wrote:

    doriangrey wrote:
    Telegraphing their greatest fears.

    I think you nailed it, they see the public outcry and it scares them.

    Doesn’t take a whole damned lot to scare sociopaths and cowards.


  68. brookly red
    71 | August 25, 2013 12:36 pm

    doriangrey wrote:

    brookly red wrote:

    doriangrey wrote:
    Telegraphing their greatest fears.

    I think you nailed it, they see the public outcry and it scares them.

    Doesn’t take a whole damned lot to scare sociopaths and cowards.

    yes they tend to be paranoid to start with… I think everyone should use the word “impeach” or “impeachment” at least once in every post, e-mail or tweet just to blow the data-miners numbers off the charts :)


  69. Speranza
    72 | August 25, 2013 12:41 pm

    We have a new thread up.


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