Kermit (not a frog)

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Now in theaters: An uplifting cinematic event, and a truly great testament to the moral uprightness of America. Has anyone seen it yet?

Full disclosure: the producer of this film hates my guts.

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My parents join ol’ Nick in wondering how I could have wandered so far astray. That aside, if anyone has the time to pen a review, I’d love to host it.

Author: Boxer

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6 thoughts on “Kermit (not a frog)”

  1. “…a truly great testament to the moral uprightness of America.”

    The story of a murderer who would do it again if we let him and media that didn’t care… a testament of America’s depravity.

    I wish I had time to see it.

  2. Isn’t he the racist who spends most of his Twitter time exploiting his adopted black kids on social media so that he can call everybody else racist?

  3. Isn’t he the racist who spends most of his Twitter time exploiting his adopted black kids on social media so that he can call everybody else racist?

    That’d be Searcy. He spent Christmas Day ranting about what an asshole I was. Oh well… Hollywood types are not known for their emotional stability.

    EDIT: Of course, I’m not completely innocent in the whole affair.

    The fact that he doesn’t like me doesn’t mean that he’s not good at what he does, and this may be a worthwhile film. I’d love to get an Earl’s-eye view of it.

    The story of a murderer who would do it again if we let him and media that didn’t care… a testament of America’s depravity.

    I wish I had time to see it.

    I’ve been meaning to, but midterms are here, and I just haven’t been able to get away. Really though, it’s gotta be a depressing film, and even if I was a total layabout, I doubt I could sit through it.

    That’s why we have a blog. One man can do the duty, and report back. Who will be the lucky chap who sits through the dreary story of this mass-murderer of little babies? Any volunteers?

  4. ‘The fact that he doesn’t like me doesn’t mean that he’s not good at what he does, and this may be a worthwhile film. I’d love to get an Earl’s-eye view of it.’

    I haven’t watched it but others said they liked it. I didn’t realize the guy who posts pictures of his adopted children just so he could call everyone else racist was the guy who produced the film.

  5. Isn’t he the racist who spends most of his Twitter time exploiting his adopted black kids on social media so that he can call everybody else racist?

    A Hollywood celeb who virtue signals. Go figure.

    You wonder if he’d maintain that frame if his adopted kids grew up to resent his patronizing white ass and decided to disown him – or worse.

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