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Hey Mate! just wanted to share my name b/c I took these pics and am looking for paid work in the Mission! Glad to see Flicker works, thanks for sharing! I love the Mission!!
Oh, by the way, quick tip: I learned the hard way if you’re shooting a movie and are going to include visual violence out in the open, give the local police department a heads up, so they can handle any calls that come in from concerned neighbors. It’ll spare you a really tensely embarrassing conversation with adrenalized EMTs.
Sure, it’s just a film. I get that.
Sure, it’s all fake. I get that too.
But why don’t student film makers get FAR more creative and show something with a little humanity and good vibes, rather than violence (fake) and more guns (fake). I see ZERO talent in that violent little scene.
What’s the point?
The point is to do more than spend your day trolling the blogosphere.
Wtf do you even know about this movie? Do us all a favor and stfu.
This round goes to Richard.
So, let me get this right. Richard calls me a troll because I commented on this blog.
He’s here but I guess he’s not a troll? help me out on this one.
So, anyone who comments in opposition to your comment is labeled a troll? huh…….ok.
So, tell us about the movie Richard and tell us why you think it is worthy of watching. Be brave, be honest. It won’t hurt.
Okay retard, I called you a troll before you commented “in opposition to my comment.”
Here’s a lesson: “In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.” (ref: wikipedia)
I called you a troll because your moronic, self-righteous comment was critical and underinformed, and therefore inflammatory (maybe you need to look up that word too).
I know nothing about this movie, other than it will almost definitely contribute more to society than this idiotic online argument. There’s nothing “brave” about posting anonymous comments on the internet. Honest.
So first you were Richard? and now you’re fungman?
Which is it, mr. anonymous?
You don’t seem to clear on the concept of internet anonymity.
Richard fungman “don’t seem to clear on the concept” of rational discourse.
That’s not the Mission, that”s Duncan Street in La Lengua.
You can check out the film here….
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