This episode the Top 5, the People's Podcast Awards, winning big in Vegas, Tarantino shutting butts down, a few big announcements, and Tweets and Emails.
acoco, korey, carlyle, podcast, spill, spill.com, box office, top 5, movies, django unchained, quentin tarantino
January 19, 2013 at 10:18 PM, moviedork said ...
@eric's back- After "Other" Will Smith left I wasn't planning on posting anything else relating to guns, but this has to be said.
The NRA stopping gun sales? That the most hilarious concept I've heard from Pro-gun users. I don't know about anyone else but it seems like every time there is a massacre, the first thing I usually see when I log onto facebook is an add from the NRA talking about "how Obama is the most anti-gun President we've ever had" or that "he's planning to ban all guns." After Sandy Hook Elementary, I saw an add where they use the tragedy to convince other people to buy memberships for their family members as Christmas presents because "Obama plans to take everyone's guns, so they better act now and purchase NRA members for the entire family as nice Christmas gifts." How can anyone say they're stopping gun sales when there is evidence to believe that they use tragedies to capitalize (not prevent) on paranoia?
There is absolutely no proof that Obama is trying to take everyone's guns away.Prior to the 23 Executive orders, Gun laws have become more lenient under the Obama administration than under the Bush administration.
January 19, 2013 at 9:36 PM, victor eric olivas said ...
@The 'Other' will smith, that's Shitty, you just left the argument, then this will the last Comment for this argument.
Admittedly, i didn't fully read it but now? the person who wrote the the article as no idea what hes talking about, he and every writer of the bill thinks the NRA is 'Stopping Gun Sales' and the reason for that is The NRA stopped the ATL from Enforcing or Regulating and of guns, as far as NICS goes, it could have work if the NRA or any SO Called Gun Owner Contradicting every law on Guns or Blaming people for Not Arming themselves, and you may not think that way, at All, but, a Lot of people Especially Gun Rights Politicians do, all your doing is playing the victim of tyranny, and you should really think about this, they're were still record high gun sales last year and continuing to grow, However with Registrations, but still, people still can buy guns, and your complaining about about Regulations that already exist, but aren't even being enforce
January 19, 2013 at 6:03 PM, said ...
January 19, 2013 at 4:07 PM, moviedork said ...
What do you have to hide? Why are you so concerned about registering your weapons? If you check out perfectly, wouldn't you be able to keep your guns anyway? I'm not concerned about the mentally stable owning guns and keeping them safe. You prove that you are mentally capable, emotionally stable, and professionally trained, your rights will stay with you. Having the freedom to keep your guns for protection and hunting is a privileged that the rational people should respect.
BTW- I'm not arguing with the definition of a milita. You didn't answer my question about being "well regulated". Guns need regulation, it is a dangerous weapon, and many are not qualified to use said dangerous weapons. I hear too many stories about a man pulling his gun out at a neighbor for something stupid like having his music too loud. There's also quite a bit of accidental gun deaths that happen practically on a daily basis that hardly get covered.
January 18, 2013 at 6:58 PM, Kirk Van irvin said ...
Spike Lee acts like he does because he's an Alpha and a Morehouse man, Which Like Vegans, Means your'e better than everyone else! :)
January 18, 2013 at 6:32 PM, moviedork said ...
40% of gun sales are privately through Gun Shows. This combined with the 0.88:1 guns to people ratio in the US shows that something needs to be done. Too many guns in this country, too many loop holes, and too many unstable/criminal/unqualified people handling guns.
We need more gun regulation and education!
January 18, 2013 at 6:12 PM, victor eric olivas said ...
i Thought you said its the fault of Law Enforcement for not enforcing the Law, and yet Registering People with Psychological Issues won't help? and the BID system, why would that be any better? and you expect 'Stupid People' who 'Misuse Guns' to Abide by what BID says? and also, you do know that stupid people can buy guns as well as Mentally Unstable People.
&Behonkiss, This is a Comment Sections all of them are like this
January 18, 2013 at 3:43 PM, Behonkiss said ...
Hey, remember when Spill was about movies and not a political soapbox? Good times.
January 18, 2013 at 5:06 AM, victor eric olivas said ...
sorry for the grammar mistakes I mean't 'helping society' not 'always help society'
January 18, 2013 at 4:59 AM, victor eric olivas said ...
also to counter your stories
and why didn't you answer my main point, the issue that People who buy guns with mental problem or social Issues
Here are some other articles detailing(in others opinions)why Guns are not always the help society.
you may think the articles are bias, but People still Die of Gun Violence, no matter how many stories you find people Defending themselves using guns, there are still deaths caused from Shootings
January 17, 2013 at 11:25 PM, moviedork said ...
I respect the 2nd Amendment, but I do admit that it is flawed. First off, Gun-nuts conveniently forget the first line "Well regulated milita." How can we be a rell-regulated milita if anybody can go to a gun show and purchase various guns without any background checks? Second, when the founding fathers wrote the constitution, we had muskets- not assault rifles that can fire 90 rounds in 90 seconds. If they founding fathers knew what we had today, they'd probably have different feelings on what types of arms we can bear.
As time passes, technological and scientific breakthroughs are discovered, why should we hold onto outdated rules? Look at the bible, if you took everything the bible says literally, you'd believe that the Earth was flat. The 2nd Amendment is outdated and can be updated for a more modern time. It's happened before, why can't we do it for the 2nd Amendment? I'm in no way against taking a person's right to own handguns for protection or hunting (If a person needs an assault rifle for hunting, they shouldn't be hunting; no person needs an AR-15 for home-protection). What I am in favor of is to limiting the amount of guns that are distributed in this country, as well as the amount of guns a person owns. Get rid of the Gun-show loopholes, expand upon stricter background checks and psychological evaluation, encourage safe ways to store and to shoot guns.
0.88 Guns are available for every one person in America. The next one down is Yemen with 0.54 for every one person. The truth is that there are far too many guns in this country. With so many guns available, there's no question that those guns are getting into the wrong hands. In a perfect world, guns would be permanently banned and turned into art pieces. But we do not live in a perfect world, so we have to find the better alternative to the gun laws that were clearly not working.
January 17, 2013 at 6:51 PM, victor eric olivas said ...
@the "other" will smith you only linked two stories one in which involved a security guard, who is experienced with firearms and as i said before Rare or No Stories
and about drinking Alcohol while driving is Illegal, and once AGAIN! People with Mental Problems or Mentally Unstable who buy guns, is the Issue.
January 17, 2013 at 4:08 PM, moviedork said ...
Most people don't buy alcohol or cars with the intent on killing or severely injuring a person, whereas that is the primary purpose of a gun.
January 17, 2013 at 3:43 AM, victor eric olivas said ...
@Jormungandr the issue is not take gun form every gun owner, the issue is not letting people who have Mental Problems buy a gun too Shoot People.
Oh! and that http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hR3t7j2tUec link, that guy is stupid there are Rarely or No Stories about gun owner Stopping Shooters, I'm sick of that Argument by the way.
January 16, 2013 at 4:05 PM, moviedork said ...
As far as spoof movies are concerned, what about Walk Hard, Shaun of the Dead, and Hot Fuzz?
January 16, 2013 at 1:15 PM, said ...
to those of you saying guns are the caus of shootings.. Depending on which statistic you choose to believe in, there are between 1 billion and 1.2 billion guns in the U.S. if guns were indeed the 'cause' then shootings like sandy hook would be happening on an epidimic scale (every couple of hours). A cause is a reason, guns are not the reason, they are tools.
People like Korey get angry when some one says its video games or movies that are the reason for shootings. To Korey these games and movies are just fantasies, because Korey is a rational, mature adult (i think). But not every one who plays video games or watches movies is rational or mature enough to understand that those fantasies they see on the screens are not real.
Im not blaming games or movies either, But, to say 100% that there is no way an unstable person may play a violent game or see a violent movie and be inspired to live out those fantasies, is just irresponsible.
The cause for shootings like sandy hook, the Reason for these things happening is simle, its people. Every one failed and that kid slipped through and did something terrible.
ITs his mothers fault, its his brothers fault, its his neighbors fault (for not calling the police when they heard the shots when he killed his mother) Its the fault of the school and the people who live near the school for not imediately calling the police when the shooting started, its the polices fault for nto responding fast enough... no one wants to blame the real culprit here, the person who took that rifle, killed his own mother, then went to the school where she worked as a substiture teacher and killed the children because he thought she loved them more than him. Crazy or not, its still his fault, hes still responsible for what he did. IF he didnt know that himself, he would not have killed himself at the end.
January 16, 2013 at 1:00 PM, said ...
January 16, 2013 at 11:22 AM, said ...
darn it never know what to comment about theres always so much funny stuff im from the UK but the but your uk jokes are so funny leons british accent is pretty good
January 16, 2013 at 7:43 AM, said ...
just sayin, banning guns would solve a lot of the problems, and i do believe it should be done. But the us in general has much higher percent gun crimes than other countries that have guns. The US has become such a violent country through its culture and that is the main cause.
January 16, 2013 at 6:45 AM, victor eric olivas said ...
@DarkSyndicate, Piers Morgan didn't Interview Quentin and Lunatik, no, it was somebody else.
January 15, 2013 at 11:55 PM, said ...
The reason a lot of the game dev community was against meeting Biden on his Gun Violence mission was that by even accepting the invitation, they would be accepting that video games may have some responsibility in these things. Taking one game franchise that has been brought up for years in this witch hunt, is Grand Theft Auto. GTA III sold over 14.5 million copies, Vice City 17.5 mil, San Andreas 21.5 mil, and GTA IV 22 million. If there was any direct correlation at all, the amount of mass shootings would be extremely higher. It would mean Sandy Hook style shootings occurring multiple times a day and that is just one ultra violent game. If looking at all the violence in movies, games, TV, music, and any other entertainment, if that was the trigger, these massacres would be occurring on an hourly basis on a slow day. No hunter needs these extended clips. That amount of rounds available without delay is either for target practice or massacres, if it causes a slight inconvenience for target practice then so be it.
January 15, 2013 at 10:37 PM, said ...
It is called Spill.com simply because the domain was available and Hollywood.com recommended buying it as it was in the right budget range. It was just happenstance.
January 15, 2013 at 8:59 PM, Lunatik said ...
Funny how the spill crew used to work by alex jones lol
January 15, 2013 at 8:50 PM, Daniel Spady said ...
ROFL @ Korey
My grandma be having the same conversations...ABOUT NOTHING!!!
just talking, I feel like I'm taking crazy PILLS!!!!!
January 15, 2013 at 8:05 PM, said ...
Congrats guys! RTX is a biiiig deal!
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