Monday, March 29, 2010

Alligator mouth and hummingbird butt.

James Cameron on AGW "deniers":
I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads.
Well, okay, Jimmy. Say when.



(H/T to Thunder Tales again.)

35 comments:

Jayson said...

She's your huckleberry.

What gun for a shootout with an asshat director?

atlharp said...

I will make him into Bill Paxton from Aliens! Pussy.

Pathfinder said...

The comments after the article are ven lamer than ass-hat Cameron's physical threats. Why is it the left can threaten people's lives and get away with it, yet peaceful Tea Party rallies are likened to the KKK?

The gene pool in this world desperately needs a massive dose of chlorine.

PS: My captcha word is "SHOLE" - snort!

alath said...

Amusing to see them discuss Cameron as if he has any kind of credibility to evaluate scientific evidence, or even have the slightest idea what he's talking about.

The man is a storyteller. He makes stuff up for a living. He makes movies where there is sound in outer space.

So what exactly makes Cameron any more credible on this issue than Glenn Beck? Or, my dog, for that matter?

RobertM said...

The line to take this asshat up on his offer just keeps getting longer.

Joel said...

He makes movies in Hollywood. Don't you know those guys are certified to be right about everything, the leftier the better?

mcthag said...

Can I shoot the greasy smear once I get to the front of the line or will they send us home after the first person gets him?

DirtCrashr said...

I posted something there that will likely prove to be trollish or troll-bait. Whatever, Dances with Smurfs was big-budget soft-core with plot holes bigger than a Linda Lovelace knit sweater, but still somehow containing the "Rocket's Red Glare Scene."

TJIC said...

Rules to live by:

Don't pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel.

...and don't pick a gun fight with a woman who has recently mentioned that "thousands of rounds of ammunition in the trunk" is just part of "a normal Saturday".

Anonymous said...

He'll just send in his "second"...a big blue one no doubt. What are avatars for if not to sacrifice for the godhead of the cause?

AT

Anonymous said...

"James Cameron's 'Avatar' was probably the worst blue movie I've ever seen."

www.youtube.com/user/RedLetterMedia#p/u/7/uJarz7BYnHA

Me said...

Awwww....I called "dibs"
on dueling him yesterday! No fair! Someone find me a liberal lawyer who likes to file frivolous lawsuits...oh wait--that's easy. Try finding a lawyer who isn't like that.

Anyway... I want the hot dog concession if nothing else.

PA State Cop said...

Your Second, Ma'am, If I may?

Divemedic said...

I called it 5 days ago!

http://tinyurl.com/yh3decb


I appear to be close to the front of the line!!

Cybrludite said...

I'd pay good money to see the look on his face if someone responded to that rant by opening their coat to reveal a holstered pistol... A stage-whispered, "I'm your huckleberry!" would be a nice bonus, but a shouted, "Skin your smoke-wagon!" would do nicely.

Lewis said...

Never bring a camera---even a 3D camera---to a gunfight.

theirritablearchitect said...

Does Cameron fancy himself some sort of badass?

Jeezis, I'd put money on him not even owning a gun, much less knowing how to use it.

Dixie said...

A stage-whispered, "I'm your huckleberry!" would be a nice bonus, but a shouted, "Skin your smoke-wagon!" would do nicely.

I can actually see Tam doing this while yelling "Dance, you tenderfoot, DANCE!"

BobC said...

Whatever else you can say about Cameron, the guy comes up with persuasive arguments. I find myself being irresistibly convinced -- of course, what I'm convinced of is that Cameron is dumber than a box of rocks.

Maybe not what he was intending.

Anonymous said...

Cyber Luddite said:
A stage-whispered, "I'm your huckleberry!" would be a nice bonus, but a shouted, "Skin your smoke-wagon!" would do nicely.

Dixie said:
I can actually see Tam doing this while yelling "Dance, you tenderfoot, DANCE!"



My personal preference is for
"Fill your hand you son-of-a-b***h!"
-Mongol

Anonymous said...

Here lies Jimmy Cameron

RIP

Brought a movie camera to a gunfight.

Brad K. said...

Warmers.

Can't live them, just can't shoot 'em.

But I bet they get head-of-line privileges under ObamaCare.

Justthisguy said...

Why am I imagining that scene in "Field of Dishonor" in which Honor Harrington meets Denver Summervale at the Landing City duelling grounds. Surely Our Tam would not be so cruel, though, this not being so personal as the grudge in the book.

WV: miced. HellifIknow.

Britt said...

I should reread that one. It's hard for me, because of the lack of actual space battles.

I remember finishing it and going "well...that was good...I guess...but where was the battle?"

So I always skip it when I reread the series. I tend to skip Basilisk Station too, because it had a healthy dose of a puzzle and reading it once kind of kills the mystery.

I reread Honor of the Queen, Short Victorious War, and Flag in Exile last week, skipped Honor Among Enemies, now reading In Enemy Hands. I think Short Victorious War might be my favorite. Dust always seems to kick up into my eyes when Zilwicki takes her squadron into the Peep raiding force. Hoping the new one finally gets the Grand Alliance off the ground. Is it so very wrong of me to want Honor Harrington to have Lester Tourville and Judah Yanakov commanding elements of the Allied Fleet against the SLN?

Anonymous said...

From Joe in PNG:

The problem is, like many leftwing Hollywood Know it Alls, he does not practice what he peaches.

Thus, he is likely to bring a functional M41A pulse rifle with him.

After all, he's one of the "enlightened" and can be trusted with one, right? More so than those Teabagging Proles.

Bram said...

Joe - Like any good Hollywodd douche, Cameron will be standing in the middle of the street firing from the hip.

On the other hand, I will have cover, concealment, good cheek weld, sight picture and alignement, and a smooth trigger pull. Then I'll also have anew pulse rifle.

Tombstone Charlie said...

Well Jimmy-Boy, You gonna pull thet pistol or whstle Dixie?

Anonymous said...

Tam,

I live 20 miles from where Andy Jackson used to teach manners to those who would besmirch the honor of his wife.

I'll be glad to reserve the field, hold your coat and join in the melee afterwords if goes Sand Bar on us.

Gerry

Stranger said...

Interesting question. Ordinarily, asshat directors rate a .22 short, since the value of the bullet should be in keeping with their social value.

However, Cameron has so much negative social value to be redeemed that a more serious caliber is in keeping. An 8" howitzer seems about right.

Hmm. I have never shot a director before. I wonder if they smell as badly as their films.

Stranger

Kristopher said...

Heh.

Montana allows assisted suicide, and has no law forbidding dueling.

Washington is the same, except State militiamen ( that would be the state police ) are forbidden to duel.

Oregon is similar to Washington, but requires residency, and the constitution forbids duelists from holding office.

So ... there are two states, Montana, and Washington, that Jimmy-boy can legally duel in.

Anonymous said...

That dummy would bring a lens cap to a dual! You just can't fix stupid! Pathfinder has it right, this old gene pool desperatly needs a big dose of clorox!!

Walt

Tam said...

"So ... there are two states, Montana, and Washington, that Jimmy-boy can legally duel in."

I'm game.

I believe Gerry's offered his services as my second; Mr. Cameron's second should feel free to contact us.

Anonymous said...

From Joe in PNG:

I can't beleive this bit of sage advice has not been uttered:
"I say we take off and nuke the man from orbit. It's the only way to be sure."

Skip said...

Is this the end of the line? Mind if I cut in?

B Smith said...

Damn. Late to the party again.
Hey, Jimmy...come get some.

Wv: wrating--- I wrating to shoot you, round-eye.