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oritteropo says...

Two down votes would fix that at this point... if you don't mind fixing being a fairly long term project, I'll see what I can do about promoting your pqueue when I am in a position to do so.

Sifted is a fairly low bar though, getting a truly awful vid in the top 15 takes more effort.

kir_mokum said:

this is fucking terrible and it's sifted. what a sad state of affairs.

enoch says...

hey man,
that was an awesome response to my query concerning the thrive trailer.
i discarded the video because i posted the full length video,so i was surprised to see your response.
my fear was that you may have taken my comment as a jab at you or even a defense for the video.

it was neither.

and to my pleasant surprise you were not offended.awesome..just awesome.

i always find the questions far more interesting than the answers.
peace brother.

hpqp says...

Ah, okay, thanks!
In reply to this comment by kir_mokum:
my only point is that she's really talking about an ancient story archetype that isn't new or contained in the realm of contemporary pop culture. it's going to be a long time before we breed this meme out of our cultural DNA.

In reply to this comment by hpqp:
I don't think I get your point. Care to elaborate?
In reply to this comment by kir_mokum:
damsel in distress is still used and is usually sexist. gotcha.

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