Did a thing I’ve been meaning to do for a while, hopefully it doesn’t backfire.

When he caught me with porn, he took me back behind the shed, gave me a big box of porn and said, “Son you’re gonna smoke all this porn.” — BD
Well. /v/ is apparently raising money for TFYC and SJW’s are doxxing people. What fucking world do I live in? — LK

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

greatjaggi:

Guys… get a calculator… write in 5318008… and flip it upside down… Trust me…

Awesome life hack

OMG tag your NSFW fools.

latinkilledtheromans:

I went to the bank today and this guy had a decommissioned cop car that he had turned into a Stargate Command squad car. It’s also got a SHIELD logo.

The guy was also wearing a Stargate uniform.

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Man, I wish I was attractive enough to fuck guys and advance my career. — CL

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

bertoelcon:

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

Reasons we’re probably never gonna get remastered original cuts of the Star Wars Original Trilogy:

1) Fox currently owns the distribution rights of the entire Star Wars filmography thus far (meaning the OT and the Prequels) until 2020

2) Fox owns the distribution rights for A New Hope into perpetuity

3) Fox and Disney are not on very friendly terms and it would probably wind up costing Disney almost as much, as much, or more to buy those rights from Fox as it cost them to get Lucasfilm in the first place

So why not have Disney and Fox work out a deal where Fox gets to distribute them, or Fox gets a significant percentage for allowing Disney to release A New Hope? Well:

4) Fox has already said, though it has been unclear if this is just a respect thing or a legally binding thing, that they will not distribute any cuts other than the current version of the Special Editions (because between the original theatrical/VHS SE cuts, the DVD SE cuts, and the Blu-Ray SE cuts there are noticeable differences) until after George Lucas dies.

4a) if it is a respect thing, there’s only a very slim possibility of release for reasons 1-3

4b) if it’s a legally binding thing then George Lucas’ children will almost certainly respect their father’s wishes and never renegotiate that and it will come down to THEIR deaths before it can even be discussed

So yeah, Laserdisc transfers are probably the best we’re getting. Whether or not that’s satisfactory for you is obviously up to you, because after all there’s a good chance they’ll wind up on the next Saga box set as special features again or possibly as a digital exclusive thing someday.

Look up the Star Wars Despecialized Edition, fans remastered the footage to make the original cut using the best footage from a lot of sources.

Yeah I probably should have mentioned those lol

That’s likely the best we will get for a few decades, I’m betting the earliest we could get it officially is a huge box set after Episode 9 of all the movies. 

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

Reasons we’re probably never gonna get remastered original cuts of the Star Wars Original Trilogy:

1) Fox currently owns the distribution rights of the entire Star Wars filmography thus far (meaning the OT and the Prequels) until 2020

2) Fox owns the distribution rights for A New Hope into perpetuity

3) Fox and Disney are not on very friendly terms and it would probably wind up costing Disney almost as much, as much, or more to buy those rights from Fox as it cost them to get Lucasfilm in the first place

So why not have Disney and Fox work out a deal where Fox gets to distribute them, or Fox gets a significant percentage for allowing Disney to release A New Hope? Well:

4) Fox has already said, though it has been unclear if this is just a respect thing or a legally binding thing, that they will not distribute any cuts other than the current version of the Special Editions (because between the original theatrical/VHS SE cuts, the DVD SE cuts, and the Blu-Ray SE cuts there are noticeable differences) until after George Lucas dies.

4a) if it is a respect thing, there’s only a very slim possibility of release for reasons 1-3

4b) if it’s a legally binding thing then George Lucas’ children will almost certainly respect their father’s wishes and never renegotiate that and it will come down to THEIR deaths before it can even be discussed

So yeah, Laserdisc transfers are probably the best we’re getting. Whether or not that’s satisfactory for you is obviously up to you, because after all there’s a good chance they’ll wind up on the next Saga box set as special features again or possibly as a digital exclusive thing someday.

Look up the Star Wars Despecialized Edition, fans remastered the footage to make the original cut using the best footage from a lot of sources.

ihaveahutchersonproblem:

I have never reblogged anything faster in my life.

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