3 posts • joined 8 Oct 2007
It was my understanding that this IS the American McGee take on Alice in Wonderland. It would certainly fit with Tim Burton's MO, but fingers crossed...
@ Jesus Puncher
Re your quote: "its kind of like the argument about muslims sitting by and saying that most of them are innocent and peaceful, instead of taking upon themselves to oust their disruptive element, seeing as they have the closest ties and best ability to do so. (or any other religion etc)"
I don't see the Christians sorting out Bush or Blair (who continues to spread dissent and verbal malware throughout the world.)
Until then, I think it's unfair to blame the majority of the world's largest landmass for a couple of dodgy businesses who spread porn and viruses. Let's face it, at least Yeltsin was more fun when drunk.
Mark - Re your comment
"Yup, as I've always said, there are fewer differences between men and women than men think. There are also fewer difference between men and women than women hope.
As to your addition to the noise level, since the respondent was to a query as to how psychotic the MAN was, surely, putting "human" in the codilla would have blamed men and women equally in itself and, in the context of the entire conversation be deriding men as psychotic TWICE? Therefore, it can be seen that their response was even handed. Of course, if you have a vested interest in women not being painted as bad (even where the conversation has already discussed men as being bad), you won't have noticed that, which is why this long and rambling discourse was taken."
Eeurrgh. As a woman, comments as obscure and pedantic as the above, explains exactly why, after 20 years of restless marriage some women snap and brain their fidgety, nitpicking little husbands with an enormous iron frying-pan.
Although, with your defence of the previous comment and the obvious sophistry when it comes to gender, I'd guess your search for the perfect soulmate is still ongoing.