Thursday, February 06, 2014

Lets Get Weird

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Pretty sure we are breaking into a new genre of blogging today at The Money Shot; The Paranormal. There isn't a single paranormal television show that I haven't watched. From werewolves to death worms, from mermaids to trolls, I have watched shows about all of them. A previous writer, that we shall not name, even claimed to be a medium and made contact with ghosts. I think it was the rumplemintz, but whatever. The point is, we here at The Money Shot love strange shit. But I often find myself yelling out things like "bullshit", "that's total bullshit", or "Why does every single witness on these shows come from Kentucky?" Today, a listicle based on the likelihood that these creatures might actually be real. (Former Damman hookups were not considered).

Honorable Mentions:
Jersey Devil
The Mothman
Gheorghe Muresan

6. Mongolian Death Worm: aka Greg Oden's penis. It's a worm. From Mongolia. That brings death to people who come across it. It reportedly spits acid and kills people with electric shock. Or somebody got heat exhaustion in the desert and was tripping balls. Or maybe somebody watched Trimmers on acid...and was tripping balls. Either way, not real brah.

5. .Loch Ness Monster: This is probably one of the better known mythical creatures out there. I don't know why. I guess everybody wants to live with dinosaurs. But I have wasted hours, and probably days, watching shows and videos of "scientists" searching for this creature.  THEY NEVER FIND ANYTHING! The loch isn't a suitable environment for such a creature, no actual footage, a million different, more plausible theories than a fucking Plesiosaur. Now give me my TREE FITTY.

4. Ghosts: I am not a believer in life after death, so obvs I don't believe in ghosts. Is there some other weirdo dimension where souls walk around aimlessly, but possess the ability to jump into our dimension for shits and gigs? I don't know. I seriously doubt it, though. Here's a tip, if you see or hear a disembodied entity, don't procreate and seek help now. Or read. Or become one of those preachers that performs exorcisms in front of the congregation.

3. Chupacabra: Known as the goat sucker in places that don't speak American, and not to be confused with Fagnasty, our resident goat fucker. This thing supposedly attacks farm animals and sucks their blood, leaving a dried up carcass as the only evidence. Sounds a lot like Brendon Gibbons to me.

2. Bigfoot: Another creature I have lost countless hours to. Those Bigfoot shows with a grown, marginally tardish man called Bobo are the worst, but I watch them anyways. I do have some expert opinion on this. I had an Anthropology professor who claims to have encountered a Bigfoot when he was in Washington. He said that he never saw it, but it threw rocks at where he was camping and made a growling sound that he had never heard before, something that sounded like a lion's roar but deeper. He struck me as a pretty well-rounded individual and always made fun of the sorority sluts that walked in late everyday. It's hard to believe that no physical remains have ever been discovered, but I'm going to take his word on this one. Also, pranking Bigfoot like a Jack Links commercial would be ELITE.

1. Aliens: I know, probably doesn't fit in the same category, but something thats existence is often debated. I believe in aliens. I don't know how you can't. Maybe if you're a Ken Ham truther like I assume Randall is. And I'm not talking about the anal probing, crop circling, weird person abducting kind(it's always the mental detectives that get abducted). Just an advanced life form with the ability to travel into and out of our atmosphere. They are real and they are watching you jerk off from millions of miles away.

These things are out there, people. Share your harrowing encounters with these beings in the comments. Who's bringing the acid?

(This was brought to you via my phone, because my computer hates me. Hopefully the formatting doesn't get all crazy). #Dedication

69 comments:

Grumpy said...

All the "mental detectives" I know are commenters here.

GMoney said...

I never understood the Loch Ness Monster myth either. That thing is HUGE right? So how has no one ever seen it? Too much whisky drinking in Scotland if you ask me.

I thought that I may have seen a ghost pass by one night at my parents house in Nap but then I realized that that would be fucktarded and went back to bed. Casper can eat shit.

Beetlejuices exist. FACT.

Mr. Ace said...

Good catch, Grump.

I had big things planned for this post and then my computer went to hell half way through and I had to do it all over again on my phone. So mental detectives and a 6 point list is what you get. Deal with it!

When I was younger I swore I saw a ghost at the end of the hallway. I actually thought it was my mom going through a cabinet. So I got up to investigate and both my parents were fast asleep. Then I thought about it years later...I was in 3rd grade and reading a book about a ghost that lived in the attic at the time. Me thinks my imagination got the best of me.

My dad has shared some pretty gnarly ufo stories with me from his days in Vietnam. Pretty sure he was on the weed though.

Anonymous said...

My brother and mom have awesome ghost stories. I don't.

Loch Ness is bullshit. DRAG THE FUCKIN LAKE YOU WORTHLESS SCOTS.

I was thinking the other day about the faggot who believes in ghosts here. What a fag.

Ide

Jeff said...

I'm surprised you left the Yeti (abominable snowman) off this list. It is a descendant of the ape family so I figured you would be knowledgeable about them.

Didn't the Lakers play with some ghosts last night and beat the cavs?

Mr. Ace said...

Bigfoot/Yeti/Skunk Ape (Andrew Bynum?) are all in the same category. I would never forget all the Great Apes, myself included.

GMoney said...

What about Grape Ape?

The Cavs loss last night was truly a sight to behold.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure that I've ever seen anything like that Cavs game last night. That was a special level of awful.

I like this topic and I agree with your choices. I remember when I was in elementary school that I was a big fan of getting books from the library on Loch Ness Monster, Champ, Big Foot, etc. There was that one famous picture of Loch Ness Monster that alwasay got me....then like a decade ago the person that took it admitted on his death bed that it was a hoax.

I'd probably put ghosts on my list at #2 for believability...just because I don't see how we would have evidence of them. The others are obviously bullshit since we've got no evidence.

As for aliens...they intrigue me as well. I'm not sure they are watching us like you think...and I'm not even sure they've been to Earth. But, I bet astronauts have seen some crazy shit out there that they aren't allowed to speak about. I've always said that if I could ask one question to the U.S. vault of secret intelligence....I'd ask what/if any evidence they have on aliens. I'm sure most would ask about past wars...how close we came to bombing certain places...secret wars we've done....give me any and all info on aliens.

--Drew

Anonymous said...

Aliens are TOTES real, however, I think way too much credit is given to them by thinking they're better than us and have figured out interstellar travel.

I bet they are all a bunch if mouth breathers not unlike G$.

And LOVE the Cavs. God what a bad game.

Ide

Anonymous said...

You need a hobby, dude... besides this weird one.

The one thought I always come back to on the Big Foot topic is how do people actually think they exist when no one has ever found a body? They cant live forever - so wouldn't someone eventually come across a dead one in the woods somewhere? Stupid.

The Cavs reached an all time low last night - that loss was hilarious. I hate anyone who pays to go see that team right now.

Seal

Mr. Ace said...

When I talk about ghosts I am referring to the ghastly ghouls that are haunting this earth. I don't believe that to be real. Is there some other dimension beyond this that we have no knowledge of? Maybe. But ghosts/demons/possessions are totes dumb.

Seal, that is my only hangup as well. But the area that they are said to inhabit is so vast that it's realistic that decomposition could account for not finding remains, especially with a small population. And, assuming they are real, we have no idea how they treat death amongst their own kind.

As far as aliens, I think there are too many credible people that have absolutely nothing to gain with stories of encounters with UFO's. Listening to military people tell stories about their encounters and the way that those things moved is crazy. Especially some of the video that has come from the military. There is a Mexican air force (LOLZ) video from a few years back that is absolutely ridiculous. There could easily be some other civilization that is thousands, even millions, of years ahead of us.

Nate said...

I think you need to firm up your definition of aliens.

If you define an alien as a life form that is capable of, and has visited our planet, then no, I do not believe those exist.

If you define an alien as a life form that is living, breathing, and existing on a different planet than ours, then yes, those have to exist if you accept the science and probability of how many "earths" must exist in our universe.

Ide is right - anybody that is paranoid about aliens being in our backyard is underestimating how difficult it is to travel a fraction of a light year.

I think science has estimated the closest possible "earth" to us is about 1,000 light years.

Let's say humans have 10,000 more years to figure the technology out to travel through space light travel, etc.

What do you think is more probable over the next 10,000 years? Us using all of our renewable resources (because we're stupid and selfish) and reverting back to hunter-gatherers?

Or do you think its more probable we'll all get along, cooperate on technology, put science before ourselves and figure out how to beat light in a race?

GMoney said...

I don't know why people keep trying to troll us Cavs fans. I am well aware of how shitty they are and their neverending quest to reach a lower rock bottom is LULZ. They gave up a triple double to Steve Blake last night and he wasn't even supposed to play!

I'm not gonna lie or sugarcoat it...ya'll a bunch of NERDS.

Mr. Ace said...

Nate, I don't entirely disagree with that. But we can't just assume that other civilizations are selfish like ours, or that they don't have different and more plentiful resources, or that they haven't evolved much more rapidly than we have and are more advanced than we could imagine. I don't know anything about quantum physics, but listening to Stephen Hawking and others talk about the possibilities makes me believe it's definitely possible.

Randall Stevens said...

"As far as aliens, I think there are too many credible people that have absolutely nothing to gain with stories of encounters with UFO's."

The same can be said about people with paranormal encounters, genius. Not every ghost story can be chalked up to this infrasound theory...which sounds fairly questionable in itself. The fact that you're all in on aliens and just "meh" ghosts is pretty hilarious to me. "I believe in this thing that no one can prove, but this thing that no one can prove is so dumb and so are the people who believe." Makes sense.

I won't sit here and and tell you that every person that comes forward with a ghost story has a legit one. I'm sure most are made up. But that doesn't mean that ALL are made up. The problem is that paranormal and alien stories have become so popular in the media, people fabricate shit in an attempt to get their fifteen minutes of fame with some TV network desperate to make a buck off of any dipshit that will tune in. So anyone with an encounter of any kind is usually painted by the public as either "crazy redneck" or "liar trying to get on TV"...or as we like to call him, Ide. With the vast number of TV shows that exist, it's nearly impossible to separate the real stories from the fake ones. So the entire concept loses any credibility it ever had.

Anonymous said...

Randall...tell us your ghost stories if you feel so confident in them.

--Drew

Mr. Ace said...

I was referring to credible individuals, like military officials and scientists who have had these experiences. Please tell me some credible people who tell ghost stories.

You feel that infrasound theory sounds questionable...but are totally on board with souls roaming the earth. Okay.

Randall Stevens said...

t's nothing crazy, Drew. I wasn't dodging china being slung from the cabinets or anything. I was in a house a few years ago that is rumored to be haunted and heard some footsteps coming from the old ballroom on the 3rd floor. Also saw a flash of a figure in what used to be a coat closet for said ballroom. I was there with 2 friends and we all heard the footsteps at the same time.

Yes, we knew the house was supposed to be haunted before we went. But we're all logical people and were able to explain the other odd things that happened throughout the night. The history of that house is pretty loaded with a lot of awful shit and I believe sometimes you can't permanently bury your history no matter how hard you try.

Look. You don't have to believe me and I'm not trying to convince anyone. I'm just saying pony up the $50, spend the night with an open mind, experience it for yourself and see if anything happens. I'm sure you've all spent $50 on dumber shit.

Nate said...

"I don't know anything about quantum physics, but listening to Stephen Hawking and others talk about the possibilities makes me believe it's definitely possible."

Stephen Hawking has made a career out of discussing all of the wonderful things man can do, which they probably never can or will. (i.e. figuring out a cure for ALS would be a good start, bud)

Randall Stevens said...

I said the infrasound theory is questionable. Not impossible...what you're making the paranormal out to be.

I'm sure if you take a trip to Gettysburg, you can find a professor at Gettysburg college or an official that works at the memorial that could tell you some stories. If that is credible enough for you.

GMoney said...

If you don't believe in ghosts then explain Kyle Singler.

If you don't believe in aliens on Earf then explain Sam Cassell.

I rest on your face.

Anonymous said...

Nate with the win. Hawking can get fucked. That limp bastard has never been to space, so why would I actually care about his theories on wormholes? Impress me by walking, then you have an audience.

Randall in a house with an old ballroom. Were Eddie Murphy or any of the Wayans negroes around? Such bullshit. I'll pony up the 50 and tell myself that every creak and crack is from THE OLD HOUSE. Problem solved.

I bet you still play bloody Mary for kicks.

Geek

Fag

Ide

Cakes said...

This is a fucking AMAZING topic! I too have watched every show known to man on the paranormal.

Here is my rundown:

Bigfoot - FAKE. There are many unknown species out there but most of them live in the ocean or deep in the Amazon and are small as fuck. No bipedal 700lb animal is running around North America without some bones or body being found. Makes for a good story but that's about it.

Lochness - PROBABLY FAKE. This one kind runs along the same line as Bigfoot but I give it a slightly better chance of being true because it is under the water.

Ghosts - REAL. I know there alot of fake photos, stories and people just looking for attention. HOWEVAH, there are plenty of credible witnesses who have nothing to gain and everything to lose by telling their stories. I believe that energy or violent deaths can leave some sort of impression on the environment. Maybe you have to be a certain kind of person to be able to pick up on it. Maybe you just have to be in the right place at the right time to catch a glimpse. I don't know how it works but I believe there is some sort of other dimension out there.

UFO's - REAL. Aliens are real. There is no doubt about that. The numbers say there are probably at least two million other intelligent species or worlds out there somewhere. Have they been able to navigate the UNTHINKABLE distances to check out earth? I'm not sure. Why are we so interesting or important? I will admit that there have been some crazy sightings and footage I've seen before but the travel involved makes me question this one a little bit.

WAY better than basketball talk today! Good call, Ace.

Cakes said...

By the way, I was with Randall at that house a few years ago. Almost everything weird that happened was easily explained but the footsteps we heard had NO LOGICAL explanation. We were the only ones in the house. What could possibly make footsteps above us in an empty house? Shit was fucked up.

Randall Stevens said...

It's okay, Ide. People are afraid of what they can't explain. It's okay to shit on the paranormal rather than admit you're a pussy.

New York would be an ideal spot for paranormal experiences. That city is cloaked in tragedy. Or you can just go back to calling everyone who keeps an open mind a fag while you go back to your box where you're the smartest guy with an explanation for everything. Must be a small box.

Anonymous said...

You guys ever think that if people were to rent a "haunted" house out to you for $ 50 a tard that maybe...just maybe...they might have a few things inside that house to make these noises that you found to be so unexplainable?

--Drew

GMoney said...

Randall Stevens is still haunted by the ghost of Bison Dele. The ghost can't swim either. ELITE dead athlete joke.

Jeff said...
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GMoney said...

Drew, are you implying that someone could out-fox Cakes and Randall and fleece them out of their money? THE NERVE OF YOU!!!

Cakes said...

It is a historical landmark. They are charging the $50.00 to renovate the house and return it to its former glory. I highly doubt they are spending the money to put in trap doors and hidden speakers. The place is super run down and basically just walls and peeling paint. Any high tech funny businees would've been easily seen.

Say or think whatever you want. We went in with an open mind but weren't going to be fooled by parlor tricks. A few weird and unexplainable things happened. DEAL WITH IT!

Randall Stevens said...

Not to mention that there is extensive documented history of what went on in and around this house. And none of it is really all that positive. Murder, suicide, lynchings, disease, rape. A little bit of everything.

And like Cakes said...they don't have money to fix the 70 holes in the various walls or paint the place or fix the multiple broken windows or even enough to be sure the God damn grass is being cut on the reg. But they sure found a way to buy expensive audio equipment so they can pump in ghost sounds in order to fleece the shit out of unsuspecting consumers!! Jokes on us, I guess.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the welcome back G$! I didn't get to respond to the shout out. I'm sure I'll be lurking around columbus (Stube) during game days once again...

I'm amazed at the amount of stuff people on here believe in without actually seeing anything! You'd think they wouldn't be so anti religion!

I always loved this episode of Always Sunny, I think this transgression summarizes the discussion being held here today:

http://www.tvfanatic.com/quotes/shows/its-always-sunny-in-philadelphia/

- J Saul

Randall Stevens said...

You mean Brian Williams, G$?? I couldn't let that Bison Dele reference go unnoticed. A thing of beauty.

Anonymous said...

LOLZ @ Randall and Cakes....they paid $ 50, but weren't expecting to hear anything....riiiiiiiight. What's the name of this house of horrors?

Cavs fired Chris Grant...congrats G$ and Slow Seal.

--Drew

Randall Stevens said...

Drew and Ide are perfect life partners. If they've never experienced it, it doesn't exist.

Randall Stevens said...

It's the Prospect Place in Trinway, Ohio. Not that you would ever give it a chance, but it's only about a 45 minute drive from Columbus.

Mr. Ace said...

I don't think I once said anything was impossible. I certainly doubt it. But I have said a couple times that there could be something beyond that maybe we don't fully understand.

I kept religion out of this because I didn't want to poke fun or anything. Afterall, we are all gods children.

Have you ever seen a nice haunted house?

Are there happy haunted houses? Like people who just had such a fucking riot at this one place at this one time that somehow part of that memory is still there?

Or maybe going into a nasty looking building with a ton of terrifying history, along with hundreds of reported ghostly activities(almost all of them being repetitive), sets people up to experience what they want to experience. Is that so hard to believe? And you don't have to be a moron to be duped by your own brain. People experience illusions all the time based on their environment, regardless of if they are aware of it or not.

The fact that three people experienced the same thing, at the same place, at the same time, and it also happens to be the same thing hundreds of other people have reported to experience at the same place, makes me think there is something naturally occurring that would be a better explanation, not that a ghost is randomly walking in the same spot over and over again. But maybe that's just me.

I'm still on Team Bigfoot.

Cakes said...

There is no question that the brain can play tricks on you. I have no problem believing that. I don't think that's what happened to me but whatever. To each his own.

I know what heavy footsteps sound like and that's what I heard. There was nobody else in the house. I'm not saying it isn't possible that it was something natural but I think it's highly unlikely.

To completely discount the paranormal is just lazy. To think that we know even 1% of what happens to somebody or their energy after they die is ridicuolous. I'd much rather have an open mind and entertain the possibility of something being possible. It's a much better way to live your life.

Religion is dumb though. You can take that to the bank.

GMoney said...

If Kevin Garnett has taught me anything besides hating faggots, it is that ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!!!!

Chris Grant is just the beginning.

GMoney said...

Don't you dare tell me that keeping an open mind on ghosts is fun and then chastise me for kneeling toward Mecca. Praise be to Allah!

Anonymous said...

LOLZ @ Randall putting words in my mouf...so butthurt over people being skeptical that him and his boy Cakes actually met real ghosts.

--Drew

Randall Stevens said...

I'm not a mindless drone that believes everything I hear, Ace. Just because I knew the place was haunted going in doesn't mean I tricked myself into hearing something that wasn't there. I get that it can happen, but like Cakes said...I know what footsteps sound like and I didn't make those up in my head. Also visited a second time and nothing unusual took place.

At the end of the day I'm willing to open up my mind to a possibility of paranormal because there are forces at work every day and things that happen every day that can't be explained. There's so much more to life than we can fully understand and it's hard for me to rule out phenomenons like the paranormal.

Anonymous said...

Guys....I found exclusive video of Randall and Cakes hunting for ghosts at Prospect Place...they even brought a toy for the ghost if it would show itself... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tI3uGO4VRcE

--Drew

Mr. Ace said...

"At the end of the day I'm willing to open up my mind to a possibility of paranormal because there are forces at work every day and things that happen every day that can't be explained. There's so much more to life than we can fully understand and it's hard for me to rule out phenomenons like the paranormal."

....fucking christ. On the crazy scale, that statement is a solid 8. Right around animal psychic level.

Also I would be willing to bet a trillion internet dollars that when people go back to a "haunted" place for a second time they almost never have the same paranormal experience they did the first time, because the environment is no longer foreign to them and they are no longer going in for a ghost chase, but a sanity check.

Randall Stevens said...

That's fine if you guys don't want to believe in the paranormal or even consider it a possibility. I'm not here to convince you. I'm simply stating to buy in hard to something like aliens then jokingly dismiss the paranormal is pretty hypocritical. About the same amount of evidence exists for each.

Prime99 said...

Guys, if you come to Reno with me, many of the local casinos are haunted. You pay me $50 a place, and you just and see what happens. I'll be rolling dice with your money, but it will TOTES be scary. Let's so this!

Mr. Ace said...

This is basically the Bill Nye v Ken Ham debate in the comments today.

My point of view: If there is irrefutable evidence then I will totally believe in ghosts. But I need evidence. Give me evidence I will believe anything. Other than Dut being straight...that stubble tells it all.

Randall: There are ghosts. You can't prove there are not ghosts. I see other potential explanations mentioned but I dismiss them immediately because they don't go with my life outlook. If you believe in aliens then you should also believe in ghosts.

If there is somebody who isn't open to alternative explanations, I think it's probably you.

Mr. Ace said...

Also, I figured this topic would be enjoyed by the commentariate. Once again, Ace giving the people what they want.

Anonymous said...

Every time Randall wkes up with cum on his face he blames Slimer.

Fucking ghosts.

Ide

GMoney said...

The Ghost of Chris Grant will forever haunt The Q.

Randall Stevens said...

You say you need evidence. Where is your alien evidence outside of the multiple times your anus has been probed? I'd love to see the mountains of proof you have in your possession proving aliens exist.

I'm not saying you absolutely must believe in the paranormal while believing in aliens. But you have to at least entertain the idea and not be so quick to write it off as ridiculous. Which you are clearly doing.

Anonymous said...

this convo is so LOL - Yet, everyone believes in a super beings because of research from a cripple and a some theory's developed on algorithms that change annually, making HUGE assumptions. Oh and a few pictures of Mars and some Stars..........

I am very opened minded about it all, but also take it all at face value.

I recently just read an article about how Hawking now admits light can escape a black hole (or something like this that I clearly don't understand), refuting his entire theory on black holes that put him on the map decades ago....(he sighted this as the biggest mistake of his life).

Science

- J Saul

Anonymous said...

"Every time Randall wkes up with cum on his face he blames Slimer." LOLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!

Randall...I don't believe in ghosts...I do think there are aliens, but I'm not sure they have ever come to earth. I'm not being completely dismissive of ghosts...just like I'm not of religion. I'm very doubtful tho....so, don't get so offended that people find it humorous that you and Cakes paid $50 each to go on a "ghost hunt" as their website implies and actually think you met some. It sounds a little ridiculous.

--Drew

Mr. Ace said...

My favorite part of all of this is people claiming to be open minded, but then making statements that completely contradict that immediately before and/or after. LOLZ.

And I threw Stephen Hawking's name out there because he is the most famous person I know in that area, not because I know his ideas any differently than I do other people in his field. The beauty of science is that they think something, test it, get it wrong, admit it, and then go about investigating more. Not blindly relying on mysticism.

http://www.ufoevidence.org/Cases/CaseView.asp?section=Military

http://www.hyper.net/ufo/video-documentaries.html

http://www.lasvegassun.com/vegasdeluxe/2011/feb/26/evidence-overwhelming-ufos-are-real-retired-army-c/

Again, I don't believe every UFO siting is real. I do think that they have entered our atmosphere. I don't know it as fact, but just based on what I have read, watched, and logical deduction do believe it to be true.

Now please present your evidence for ghosts. And not youtube clips or sci fi shows.

Anonymous said...

Ghosts are real

Harold Ramis

Mr. Ace said...

I think this is fitting for todays post. June 7th they are having a zombie run in Columbus....AT NIGHT! Now those pedos who volunteer to be zombie might actually get to rape somebody during the competition.

GMoney said...

I did not think that this post would be as popular as it is. Never doubt how big of dorks you all are.

Anonymous said...

G$ is losing a feel for his audience.

--Drew

Cakes said...

I would gladly pay more money to have an allegedly hanunted place all to myself again. "Ghost Hunts", as Drew puts it, are fucking gay. This is not what we did. Paying money to be hearded around with 15 other people by a tour guide is not what we wanted to do. So, we paid some cash (which all of you are really offended by for some reason) and stayed the night by ourselves in an old creepy mansion. It was fucking fun and I want to be able to do it again somewhere else.

I heard some weird shit. Maybe it was paranormal, maybe it wasn't. It was a blast either way.

Randall Stevens said...

So all you have is reports from other people found on the Internet as evidence. I'm surprised you haven't busted this case wide open with all of that proof, Ace.

GMoney said...

Wrong, RS. Ace is reporting that ESPN sources are reporting that ghosts are fake.

Nate said...

I'm glad I checked back in to see the Harold Ramis post.

Definitely one of the best convo's on this blog in a while.

Anonymous said...

Any post that shows Lava Girl and Cakes believing in boogey men and completely removing G$ from the discussion is ACES in my book.

Ide

GMoney said...

Yeah, I've really added very little today (because I don't get bogged down in such nonsense...unless we're talking about jedis and those do not exist on this planet). I'm still reveling in yesterday's WHITE MAN post...which was way more ELITE.

GMoney said...

And I think that I'm going to get into race again tomorrow so there's that.

Mr. Ace said...

Once again. Randall asks for my proof. I provide it. I ask for his proof.....he takes shots at my proof...because I don't have my own home video of aliens I guess. Still hasn't provided his proof. You could have very easily just said you believe in ghosts because you have the mind of a 6 year old and I would have been cool with that. Instead, you make crazy claims and produce nil to back them up.

Who's up for a post-Ribfest GHOST HUNT? I think getting bombed and chasing around Casper and friends would be a real blast. We could probably video tape the entire thing and become rich...like filthy rich. Ghost Gangbang would be the title.

GMoney said...

Can you skeet on a ghost? No supernatural facials, no deal.

Randall Stevens said...

When I asked for proof I didn't know you were just going to do a quick google search for articles written by people you've never met. You can find my proof the same place you found yours. The Internet. But since your google skills seem to be on point I'll just let you do the work.

Like I said...my only issue is you say aliens are real then point to Internet articles to prove your point. Yet you say ghosts are total bullshit and dump on everything written online about ghosts all while dismissing that it's even possible. Just seems hypocritical to me.

Mr. Ace said...

*air wank*