Juxtaposition Makes Makes Commentary Superfluous

Sylvester Stallone:

“Who… needs an assault weapon? Like really, unless you’re carrying out an assault. … You can’t hunt with it… Who’s going to attack your house, a (expletive) army?”

CBS:

In New York and across the country, the mobs of kids – 20, 30, 40 or more — appear out of nowhere and suddenly charge a newsstand or convenience store.

They ransack, steal and wreak havoc…

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10 Comments

  1. Hey, Sylvester Stallone! There’s something wrong with your lip.

    Any weapon used to commit an assault, is an “assault weapon.” Including your fists.

    And that guy played “Rambo” in a movie? What.An.Idiot.

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  2. You really don’t need an assault rifle because groups of teenage shoplifters might take all your skittles.

    You need an assault rifle because the Christopher Dorners of the world might try and murder you children.

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  3. King Ine of Wessex, died 725:
    “We use the term thieves if the number of men does not exceed seven, marauders for a number between seven and thirty-five. Anything beyond thirty-five is an army.”

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  4. You’ll never change Sylvester Stallone’s mind this way, though:

    “Juxtaposition Makes Commentary Superfluous” – Harvey

    “What makes what *what*?” -Sly

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  5. In the “Echo Chamber” of Hollywood, that is probably a Reactionary view.

    That still doesn’t make it even remotely logical.

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  6. Ask a silly question, get a silly answer. This just confirms my low opinion of Stallone. He wouldn’t know me if he tripped over me and he presumes to think that he knows what I need or don’t need? Arrogant, asinine, ignorant, stuck up, twerp of a twit with delusions of adequacy.

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