- Benjamin Netanyahu: While on a trip to congratulate Netanyahu for winning a beauty pageant, Rogen and Franco realize that he won by launching missiles at all the other contestants.
- Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: Rogen and Franco are held hostage by the ISIS leader until he realizes that nobody in the U.S. cares if their heads get chopped off.
- Vladimir Putin: Rogen and Franco score an interview with the shirtless ruthless dictator. Unfortunately Franco enters the country with a dollar bill in his pocket and inadvertently causes a currency crisis. Then one day Rogen drinks tea laced with polonium 210 and things get wild.
Dear Mr. Wheeler, As an American citizen, I wanted to voice my opposition to the FCC's crippling new regulations that would put federal bureaucrats in charge of internet freedom, and urge you to stop these regulations before they're enacted. If the federal government goes through these plans to regulate the internet, I know that the internet will change -- and not for the better. [ INSERT VARIANT PARAGRAPH COMMENT HERE ] Like many Americans, I believe that the internet should remain free of government control and unnecessary regulation -- just as it has for the last twenty years of unprecedented growth. Please stop the FCC's dangerous new regulations, and protect the future of internet freedom here in America. Sincerely, [APPLICANT NAME] [APPLICANT HOME ADDRESS]
As for the "VARIANT PARAGRAPH COMMENT", apparently you were given several selections to choose from, including the following:
The Internet is the biggest economic, intellectual, and artistic success story of the century, and it rose up because of free people, not stifling government. The federal government needs to keep its hands off the Internet. It is not broken, and it does not need to be fixed. It is the federal government, not the Internet, that is broken, and in need of fixing.
One can make an appeal to justice for persecuted cable companies:
Before our government can handcuff a citizen, it must have some reasonable evidence that they have done something wrong. Before the FCC places regulatory handcuffs on Internet providers, shouldn't the government present evidence that they have actually done something wrong?
Or maybe this is your style:
The ideological leader of the angry liberals calling for you to reduce the Internet to a public utility is Robert McChesney, the avowed Marxist founder of the socialist group Free Press. In an interview with SocialistProject.ca, McChesney said: âoeWhat we want to have in the U.S. and in every society is an Internet that is not private property, but a public utility...At the moment, the battle over network neutrality is not to completely eliminate the telephone and cable companies. We are not at that point yet. But the ultimate goal is to get rid of the media capitalists in the phone and cable companies and to divest them from control.â In a country of over 300 million people, even an extremist like McChesney can find, perhaps, millions of followers. But you should know better than to listen to them.
i'm more worried about the dumbing down of the mankind in general.
I have the attention span of a housefly. I had heard and already forgotten about two of them.
If we start doing major exploration of deep space we're gonna need to use less ambiguous names for the sun and moon, as other planets may have a sun and moon.
We will never do major exploration of deep space where we get closer to another star than to this one. If we do, humanity can define two constants in file headers.
(I know, but whenever I see 'black and white' in a ST context, I reflexively go to Frank Gorshin.)
Historically, that is correct, but the term is still in use, and its meaning has shifted. To whit (sp?):
"B movie noun
: a movie that costs little money to make and that is usually not considered to be very good"
He's probably one of those stupid hackers that will be so scared about dropping the soap that he refuses to take the shower.
C'mon, it's just as likely that he's too fat to bend down that far if he drops the soap.
Maybe call the timelines with names appropriate for them, or at least non-racist terms. I'd hate for them to settle on something as stupid as "Star Trek White" and "Star Trek Black".
Wait, are you asking for a grim and gritty reboot of "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield"?
Wesley Crusher was the best character ever seen on television.
I thought you usually used your "CleverNickName" account?
Who are the others this time around?
And how is Keith Richards still alive again? Pre-embalming?