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Date Written: February 21, 2005
Author: qualcomm
Average Vote: 4.09091

03/1/2005 Will Disney: an important parable
03/1/2005 scoop (5): I like Father's transformation into a foppish popinjay when he greets his son with, "What's new scooteroo."
03/1/2005 Will Disney (4):
03/1/2005 The Rid (5):
03/1/2005 Streifenbeuteldachs (3): Is father *trying* to humiliate his son, or does he just like pissing on stuff? Maybe that corner of the credenza is where the toilet used to be?
03/1/2005 TheBuyer (4): Lookin hot in those diapers.
03/1/2005 anonymous: There's also a very hep, Rothkoesque cartoon version.
03/1/2005 Jon Matza (5): I giggled throughout; esp. liked how father's face becomes satanic when he enters the bedroom. Anime version wicked pissa too.
03/1/2005 anonymous: (Cartoon version has SOUND)
03/1/2005 Litcube (3): Concorde 77 was, by far, a superior piece. A superior piece by two stars, I feel. However it may seem, I'm not docking based on the successes of a previous short. Besides the passing instant of the diaper wearing kid, this didn't extract any laughter juice from my rocks.
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: It's interesting to see how some events in our childhoods inform our creative endeavors throughout our adult lives. As mammals, I mean.
03/1/2005 John Slocum: This is very creative. Whoever did this is very creative.
03/1/2005 John Slocum: One thing sticks in my craw, though: the frame where the father says that the son looks good in them diapers. Feel like that was an error. An error. As if pissing on the floor of his son's room and blaming it on his vulnerable son is not enough to establish the sociopathic (ie. funny) nature of this guy, you had to bring in the child abuse/incest element. Overkill. Takes away a bit of the fun for this pure-spirited guy.
03/1/2005 John Slocum: otherwise, great detail work and very funny.
03/1/2005 anonymous: So I guess you you approve of my removing the frame where he sodomizes him then, huh?
03/1/2005 Dylan Danko (3):
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: Author, I know you think in sounds, so I ask: When making this, did you think the sounds represented by the words "The dresser is eleven feet tall"?
03/1/2005 anonymous: Rothko
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: Rothko
03/1/2005 anonymous: also
03/1/2005 scoop: Rothko's timeless amorphous Forms floating mystically in a shapeless void, timelessly, really gets to a pantheistic blivid of timeless proportions which is really what its all about.
03/1/2005 scoop: Bobby looks like a real little mean-spirited jerk.
03/1/2005 John Slocum (4): nice work, 'author.'
03/1/2005 anonymous: This thing kicks ass. What's a blivid?
03/1/2005 Jon Matza: Ronco
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: You'd look a little angry too, if you'd just been fondled by a Cubist Fred Flintstone sporting a half-hearted Marilyn Monroe look.
03/1/2005 scoop: Says you.
03/1/2005 John Slocum: I fear Slocum fucked up on this one. I have come to believe this to be a 5 star short, although I agree with myself about the error I pointed out before (incidentally, I've located the source of most of my chagrin: the word 'them' in the frame ('them' diapers) seems out of character, more white trash than 50's leave it to beaver dad-like (the latter was in my head as I viewed and worked better for me with the ideas/jokes of the short. That being said, I owe the 'author' another star again (swear to god this was not a revenge 4.)
03/1/2005 Jon Matza: Author: that makes three stars you're owed, including my misvote on your Presidents Day short. How does this make you feel?
03/1/2005 John Slocum: perhaps 'author' can use the owed stars as free passes to monolith social events.
03/1/2005 anonymous: Horny. I'm also owed countless other stars for various revenge fours and threes perpetrated by Danko, Sorghum and Slocum. And I shall have them.
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: And have them you shall . . . Folks, I say it's time that we pay back the author all the stars we owe him . . . ONE AT A TIME!!!!
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony:
. . . ONE AT A TIME . . .

03/1/2005 Mr. Pony:
. . . ONE AT A TIME . . .

03/1/2005 Mr. Pony:
. . . one at a time . . .

03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: (): (no comment)
03/1/2005 John Slocum: aaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwSNAP! No you just didn't!
03/1/2005 Jon Matza: I'm torn by my enjoyment of this provocation (especially delightful since perpetrated by Pony, normally our moral paragon) and my ongoing concern about the devaluation of stars. What happens now?
03/1/2005 anonymous: Pony: This short represents what actually happened, unlike the slanderous version QC has been spreading for some 30+ years now.
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: Hey, Matza, doesn't my withholding of the usual star-torrent have the opposite effect of devaluing stars? Doesn't it value them? Hmm? Wouldn't you say? Now, aren't you enjoying yourself fully? Aren't you? After all?
03/1/2005 scoop: That's not a real star you retards. Pony's shameful counterfeit manuver will cast a shadow of dishonor not only on him, but on his child and his child after him. Including all girls said childs will finger.
03/1/2005 Litcube: Jon Matza is going to explode.
03/1/2005 Litcube: Pony: Not if you consider the negative value of stars. You've devalued the negative value of stars.
03/1/2005 Litcube: The negative value. You've devalued that.
03/1/2005 Litcube: (The negative value of stars, I mean.)
03/1/2005 Litcube: ():
03/1/2005 Jon Matza: "Withholding of the usual star-torrent"...do you mean not giving a high vote as per usual? Or something else? Why am I going to explode? Are we a product of society or vice-versa?
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: Scoop, I think by "shameful" you might mean "awesome", and by "shadow of dishonor", you probably mean "glowing spotlight of honor", and I'm pretty sure you meant to say "bring an honest sense of validation and self-worth to, followed by a long and at once strong and gentle embrace, bringing slowly but surely to rapturous orgasm followed by a lingering post-coital haze of tenderness" when you said "finger". But you got a lot of your pronouns right! I'm glad to see your ESL classes are proceeding well!
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: Matza--Yes, that's what I meant. I was mocking the misconception that I often give overly high votes. Why are you going to explode? We are all a product of society. However, society is a product of only some of us.
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: Litcube--High-five, dude!
03/1/2005 Benny Maniacs (5): This is archetypal, in the Jungian sense of the word. Incedentally, Carl Gustav Jung was born on the 26th of July, in 1875, and was credited with being the founder of analytical psychology.
03/1/2005 scoop: No, Pony, I meant the other thing I said. Now I hope your son fingers some girl with a mutant venus-fly trap-like pussy and she bites off your son's finger and then the finger gestates in her freakish uterus and she gives birth to some kind of horrific finger creature with little flippers feet and alien claws attatched to an oversized finger torso with a grotesquely squinched face somehow embedded on to the tip that cries all the time and everyone is grossed out by and runs from.
03/1/2005 qualcomm: yeah, then when the girl comes over for dinner, you can say, "hullo! we're having mechanical chickens for supper tonight!"
03/1/2005 Mr. Pony: I think I understand, but there's only one 'L' in grateful!
03/1/2005 scoop: There's only one "A" in "OH DEAR GOD MY GRANDSON IS AN ABOMINATION!"
03/1/2005 scoop: Actually there are five. How about this. There's only one "F" in F you.
03/1/2005 Phony Millions (4):
03/2/2005 John Slocum: Oh, shit: this is qualcomm.
03/2/2005 Ewan Snow: duh!
03/2/2005 John Slocum: double duh!