Episode 121: How to Avoid Angry Mobs of Democrats and Not Sell Past the Close

Topics: 

  • Akira The Don music video of Scott’s theme song
  • Elaine Chao confronts harassers
  • Erin Burnett interview, maintaining professionalism
  • Hitting bottom is necessary for improvement to be possible
  • The Left has major TDS and is melting down
  • The Right is afraid to go out in public
  • A fake “because”, a mental escape hatch, is needed for the Left to heal
  • Iran’s economy and restless population
  • Because the MSM is fake news, it’s brainwashing half the country
  • Update on Bill Pulte’s Blight Authority efforts
  • The summer of love is still on!

 

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Adam Carolla: An Angry, Middle-Aged White Guy – Adam Carolla

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Adam Carolla: An Angry, Middle-Aged White Guy

Adam Carolla

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: November 21, 2011

© ℗ © 2011 The 92nd Street Y

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R. Kelly Would Be Jailed If His GFs Were White, Angry Father Claims

R. Kelly is getting away with his alleged sex cult because America doesn’t care about underage black girls being victimized … according to the father of one of Kelly’s girlfriends. Angelo Clary tells TMZ … his 20-year-old daughter, Azriel…

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Obsessed: Hedwig and the Angry Inch – EP – Lena Hall

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Obsessed: Hedwig and the Angry Inch – EP

Lena Hall

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: January 5, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Sh-K-Boom Records, LLC

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12 Angry Men – Sidney Lumet

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12 Angry Men

Sidney Lumet

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: April 20, 1957


A hot, muggy New York City… Twelve white-male jurors try to reach a verdict in a murder trial–a case involving a Puerto Rican teenager from the slums who is accused of knifing his father to death. Eleven jurors agree that the defendant is guilty…but one man, believing the boy is innocent, sets out to convince the other jurors he's right by building a case for acquittal. Based on a television play by Reginald Rose.

© © 1957 THE ESTATE OF HENRY FONDA and DEFENDER PRODUCTIONS, INC.

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In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks…: And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy – Adam Carolla

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In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks…: And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy

Adam Carolla

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: November 2, 2010

© ℗ © 2010 Random House Audio

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Angry Nerd – Fox News’ Abundant & Unnecessary Use of Big-Area Touch Screens

Hollywood is always trying to sell us crazy computer interfaces. Wavy hands and holograms? Never gonna happen. But now Fox News is in on the game, too—and the Angry Nerd is unfairly unbalanced about the network’s giant, newsgathering touch screens.
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EBro Angry Major News Sources Ignored Justice Or Else March

This past weekend millions gathered in Washington D.C. for the Justice or Else movement lead by the Nation of Islam. Joining together for a positive movement to foster justice and peace millions of people from all walks of life gathered in peace. But while many gathered very few news sources covered the peaceful gathering. E-Bro said, “this year had a different vibe,” when recapping the march on Monday’s Hot97 morning show.

E-Bro said the movement was all “positive,” but that he was sad about the fact that everyone was coming together due to police brutality and continued violence against Blacks.

“While it was positive, I did have a feeling of sadness,” E-Bro lamented, “Because now here we are 20 years later gathering because we are being victimized, criminalized and mass incarcerated, and trying to stand up for ourselves, against oppression still. 20 years later.”

Also in attendance showing support were Snoop, Diddy, J-Cole, Jeezy, Dave Chappelle, Common and Jay Electronica. Take a listen as E-Bro kicks that knowledge!


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Angry Nerd – Captain America’s Unrealistic Vibranium Shield

Angry Nerd is ready to demote Captain America from his current rank to lieutenant. In the Marvel superhero’s newest movie adaptation, his vibranium shield defies everything that physics and materials science has taught us. Angry Nerd calls blasphemy on the ingredient-altered shield.
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Angry Nerd – The Problem with Game of Thrones

There’s a massive publishing gap in the books that Game of Thrones is based off of, and Angry Nerd is concerned that the show could catch up to the plot before the next book is out. But, one simple solution could solve everything.
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Angry Nerd – Hasbro, Your “Magic: The Gathering” Movie Is Murdering My Childhood

First Transformers, then G.I. Joe, now Magic: The Gathering? When will Hasbro learn that a successful game or toy does not equal a successful movie franchise?
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Angry Nerd – How Hollywood Can Get Evil Twins Right

Put a bit of facial hair (or swap hair color) for your protagonist and you get an evil twin. But just because you can doesn’t mean you should. The Angry Nerd describes the slippery slope from plot twist to lazy trope.
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Angry Nerd – Why Exactly Is Parkour Not a Film Genre Yet?

In Brick Mansions, parkour co-founder David Belle shows off his wall-climbing, window-jumping, rail-surfing action skills. So why isn’t Belle the new Bruce Lee? This should be the greatest genre in cinema history. Angry Nerd blames the French.
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Angry Nerd – Networks Somehow Find Another Way to Resurrect Old Shows

When a TV show goes off the air, it’s supposed to stay dead. Unless it gets syndicated. But networks don’t seem aware of this rule anymore, with resurrections of “24” and “Heroes” on the way. Angry Nerd does not approve of this turn of events.
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Angry Nerd – The Greatest Fictional Characters Ever All in One Show? Sign Me Up

Character crossovers and storyline mash-ups are nothing new. But if the premise has been done before, are the character overlaps and reincarnations worth a watch? Angry Nerd makes the case for metaphysical mash-ups, including Showtime’s new “Penny Dreadful.”
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Angry Nerd – Why the New Godzilla Movie Won’t Suck

The makers of the new Godzilla movie are taking great pains to telegraph their deep reverence for kaiju cinema. In other words, they want us to know they won’t screw it up like Roland Emmerich did in 1998. Angry Nerd makes the case for why we should believe them.

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Angry Nerd – The Madness of the Timeline Mashup in the New X-Men

Angry Nerd has been to the future and he brings back an important message: don’t see the new X-Men movie. With a scrambled timeline and inclusion of too many sub-franchises, the film adds a new dimension to the “days of future past” continuum: straight confusion.
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Angry Nerd – Why Disney Needs to Make More Movies About Classic Villains

The House of Mouse might be onto something: Forget the hero and make the villain the star. Disney’s new film Maleficent does just that and it actually…kind of…works. Angry Nerd explains the pros of putting the evil queens and wicked witches front and center.

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Angry Nerd – Why Edge of Tomorrow is of the Greatest Movie About Video Games, Ever

The new sci-fi flick Edge of Tomorrow is basically a sci-fi rip-off of Groundhog Day, but with more Tom Cruise and less Bill Murray. And somehow, it manages to establish itself as one of the best movies about a video game, ever.
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Angry Nerd – Is Darth Disney Destroying Star Wars’ Expanded Universe?

With Darth Disney holding the keys to Star Wars, the fate of the expanded universe is at stake. Since the movies are only a fraction of the franchise’s stories, Angry Nerd makes a desperate plea to the only one who can help save the unabridged material: George Lucas.
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Angry Nerd – Why Clint Eastwood’s “Jersey Boys” is Destined to Crash & Burn on the Big Screen

Musicals. They’re great. But jukebox musicals? That’s an entirely different—and often terrible—story. Even with Clint Eastwood behind the camera of the new stage-to-film rendition of Jersey Boys, there’s only so much Dirty Harry can do for the destined-to-flop silver screen adaptation.
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12 Angry Men – Reginald Rose

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12 Angry Men

Reginald Rose

Genre: Theater

Publish Date: August 1, 2015

Publisher: PI Media Group

Seller: Persisting Illusion Media Group


Reginald Rose's landmark American drama was a critically acclaimed teleplay, and went on to become a cinematic masterpiece in 1957 starring Henry Fonda, for which Rose wrote the adaptation. A blistering character study and an examination of the American melting pot and the judicial system that keeps it in check, Twelve Angry Men holds at its core a deeply patriotic belief in the U.S. legal system. The story's focal point, known only as Juror Eight, is at first the sole holdout in an 11-1 guilty vote. Eight sets his sights not on proving the other jurors wrong but rather on getting them to look at the situation in a clear-eyed way not affected by their personal biases. Rose deliberately and carefully peels away the layers of artifice from the men and allows a fuller picture of America, at its best and worst, to form.

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Angry Nerd – Death to the Superhero Comic-Book Movie … But Not All Comic-Book Movies

It’s hard for him to admit, but Angry Nerd just doesn’t need anymore Marvel or DC comic book movies. Instead of another big budget flick with an oversaturated superhero, why not look elsewhere for solid source material? Case in point: The excellent, new comic-to-silver-screen adaptation, Snowpiercer.
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Angry Nerd – Why Andy Serkis is the Greatest Actor of His Generation

He’s the maestro of motion capture performance. From Gollum in Lord of the Rings to Caesar in the new Planet of the Apes movies, Andy Serkis is the greatest actor you’ve never seen. So where is this man’s Oscar? The Angry Nerd has words for the Academy—doesn’t he, my Precious?

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Angry Nerd – Give Me a Standalone Comic-Book Movie or Give Me Death

Is it too much to ask for a comic-book flick that doesn’t rely on three crappy prequels for the plot to make sense? Let’s lose the complicated, interwoven story lines and focus on quality standalone films. Angry Nerd explains why Marvel’s new Guardians of the Galaxy gets it just right.
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Super Angry Birds #1 – Jeff Parker, Ron Randall & Jeremy Colwell

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Super Angry Birds #1

Jeff Parker, Ron Randall & Jeremy Colwell

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: April 3, 2015

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Seller: Idea and Design Works, LLC


It’s everyone’s favorite furious fowl as you’ve never seen them before! New Yolk City is your typical bustling metropolis and like every big city it has a dark side. Through lies, deceit and corruption, King Pig and his henchmen have taken over the town and have made life miserable for its citizens. This makes one group of birds angry…Super Angry! This new group of would-be heroes, with powers beyond mortal birds, fight a covert war against King Pig and his minions. They are the Super Angry Birds!

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Angry Nerd – Reboots We Need Way More Than “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”

The upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remake is completely unnecessary. Instead of fixing flicks that ain’t broke, why not reboot the films that can actually be improved upon?
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Angry Nerd – Brett Ratner’s Hercules & Pillaging Story Lines for Big-Budget CGI Films

Angry Nerd is hungry for some new material. Instead of force-feeding us cinematic souvlaki with CGI blowouts of Greek-inspired story lines, maybe it’s time to look beyond the Peloponnesian lore. And no, Brett Ratner, we will not be entertained with your upcoming Hercules starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
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How to Make a Giant Creature – The Giant Creature vs. Angry Dogs at San Diego Comic-Con 2014

Bodock the Giant Creature tries to make some new friends at #SDCC2014, but ends up making a few enemies instead. Watch what happens when he faces off against two small dogs who aren’t afraid of the colossal beast.
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The Giant Creature Destroys Angry Nerd in Movie Monster Trivia at San Diego Comic-Con 2014

Angry Nerd challenges Bodock the Giant Creature to a round of movie monster trivia. Despite Angry Nerd’s best efforts to trick the massive beast, Bodock comes out ahead with a few tricks of his own.
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Angry Nerd Takes on the Avengers Cast, Cosplay Superheroes, and More at San Diego Comic-Con 2014

Angry Nerd is on location at #SDCC2014, and he’s got a bone to pick with cosplay fans waiting to get into the coveted Hall H. Plus, he stops by a signing with the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron to give Marvel a piece of his mind about the new Ant-Man movie.
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Angry Nerd Blasts Batman and Praises Mad Max: Fury Road at San Diego Comic-Con 2014

On location at #SDCC2014, Angry Nerd talks about the new comic-book films he supports (Mad Max: Fury Road) and those he opposes (Ben Affleck’s Batman).
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Angry Nerd – Luc Besson Can Give Us “Lucy” But Marvel and DC Can’t Give Us She-Hulk or Black Widow?

Scarlett Johansson stars as the ass-kicking, nearly superhuman protagonist in the new sci-fi action flick Lucy. But while the French—namely the film’s writer and director Luc Besson—continue to put out films with strong heroine leads, Marvel and DC seem content to sit on a reservoir of amazing female characters like She-Hulk and Black Widow.
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Angry Nerd – Chris Nolan’s First Time at Comic-Con, the Interstellar Trailer & Elizabeth Olsen’s Mutant Flub

Chris Nolan showed up to #SDCC2014 to promote his new sci-fi flick Interstellar and Angry Nerd has a few choice words for him. Watch as he gives Nolan a piece of his mind, talks to a few cosplay fans, and gives advice to the Marvel world.
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Angry Nerd – What Makes “Doctor Who” Great Are the Sidekicks, Not the Time Lord

Scripts for upcoming episodes of Doctor Who have leaked online, but should you read them before they air? It doesn’t matter! The scripts aren’t the secret to the Doctor’s longevity. It’s the companions that make or break any given episode, arc, or season, and Angry Nerd can prove it.
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Style Notes: Fendi’s Fur Show Incites Angry Protest; Skechers Sues Steve Madden


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Angry Nerd – Why the Best Comic-Book-to-Film Adaptations Are Not Always the Most Faithful

When it comes to film adaptations of comic-books, the source material should always be treated as gospel, right? Wrong. Angry Nerd explains why, and shares his concerns for Frank Miller’s upcoming Sin City: A Dame to Kill For—which could end up being too faithful for its own good.
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Hedwig and the Angry Inch – John Cameron Mitchell

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch

John Cameron Mitchell

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: July 20, 2001


Based on the long-running off-Broadway smash hit, Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a high-powered rock musical that tells the hilarious but emotional tale of an East Berlin transgendered diva on a journey to find stardom in her new home – a trailer park in Kansas. Filled with passion, love, betrayal, falls from innocence and the struggle for acceptance – of oneself and others. Written by and starring Golden Globe-nominee John Cameron Michell ("Shortbus," "Band of the Hand") and Michael Pitt ("The Village," "Murder by Numbers").

© © 2001 Copyright New Line Productions, Inc.

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Diddy Arrested For Serving UCLA Football Coach The Angry Parent Fade

Diddy and his infamous temper have struck again, bad boys and girls.

As you all know, the son of Hip-Hop’s richest attraction is a football player for UCLA and his dad wants to him thrive and flourish on the field.

Earlier today (June 22), a verbal disagreement between Puff and a UCLA football coach transpired and well, let’s just say, he treated him like Drake.

Via TMZ:

P. Diddy has been arrested for allegedly getting into a fight with a football coach at UCLA … where his son is on the team, TMZ Sports has learned.

We’re told Campus Police took the music mogul into custody early Monday afternoon. Diddy’s son, Justin Combs, is a defensive back on the team. We’re told the fight went down at the UCLA athletic facility.

One source says an assistant coach was screaming at Justin on the field. At some point later, we’re told Diddy confronted the coach in his office and grabbed him. Diddy was arrested for assault.

A source connected with Diddy tells TMZ Diddy himself initially wanted to call police, but the phone was taken out of his hands.
Diddy is still in custody at campus jail.

What’s the chances this will hurt Justin’s playing time next season?

And what’s good with those anger management classes?


Photo: Instagram / Diddy

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BBC America is hedging their bets on Intruders, a new show about a secret society whose members can jump into other people’s bodies. And while body swapping is nothing new in the cinematic world, the trope tends to work better on TV, than on film. Angry Nerd explains why.
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Angry Nerd – Jason Momoa, aka Khal Drogo, Will Make Aquaman Cool

Aquaman gets a bad rep as one of more lame superheroes in the DC family, but if there’s anyone who can elevate the superhero’s cool factor it’s Jason Momoa. The Game of Thrones star is reportedly starring as Aquaman in the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice flick, and although he doesn’t fit the blonde bill, his tough-guy demeanor and hyper-masculine aura will add a new level of cool to the water-dwelling crime-fighter.
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Angry Nerd – Are You Ready for Grant Morrison’s New DC Comic Multiversity?

It spans 52 parallel universes, featuring characters like a nazi Superman and a vampire Batman. And although you’ll need an infographic to keep track of everything, Grant Morrison’s new, mind-bending mini-series The Multiversity encompasses everything that’s right in the alternate reality comic book world.
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Angry Nerd – I Can’t Remember Why, But Movies About Amnesia Are Awesome

In the upcoming thriller Before I Go to Sleep​, Nicole Kidman stars as a woman who’s grappling to remember what happened in her past. The amnesia plot line works, as it does for every film centered around memory loss, because it puts the protagonist on the same level as the viewer. Angry Nerd explains why.
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Angry Nerd – No, FOX—We Don’t Want a Batman Origin Show

You know what’s not cool? A Batman show that’s not about Batman. Yet, that’s what we’re getting with FOX’s upcoming Gotham. The series centers on Bruce Wayne’s childhood and features origin stories of the franchise’s villains. Sound like a prequel to a prequel? That’s because it is.

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Angry Nerd – The Equalizer’s Awesome Title Sequence & Why ’80s T.V. Show Credits Rule

The new Denzel Washington crime thriller, The Equalizer, is based on the 1980s show of the same name. And while Angry Nerd doesn’t really remember much about the show, he does remember the killer opening title sequence.
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Angry Nerd – Star Wars Rebels: Strong With the Force, or a Pile of Sith?

Star Wars Rebels is Disney’s latest foray into the Star Wars universe, but will this animated installment use the power of the force for good, or take a trip to the dark side? Angry Nerd Chris Baker reviews all of the animated renditions of Star Wars to uncover what worked, and what was a steaming pile of Sith.
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Angry Nerd – Why “Dracula: Untold” Will Suck the Blood (and Soul) Out of You

The latest victim in the movie studios’ quest to take stories we know and love and destroy them with tedious pre-history? Dracula: Untold, which provides us with the unnecessary origin story on how the original vampire became a thirsty bloodsucker, long before the days of Twilight.

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Angry Nerd – Will the New U.K. Import “Gracepoint” Join the Ranks of “The Office,” “House of Cards,” and “Shameless”?

The British are coming. Can the new crime drama Gracepoint (based on the U.K. hit Broadchurch) find success stateside and join the shortlist of Brit expats that found their footing on red, white, and blue T.V.s, like The Office, House of Cards, and Shameless?
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Angry Nerd – Horror Movie Cliches that Deserve to be Slaughtered

Angry Nerd is sick of the latest crop of cliché killer movies. Do we really need Michael Bay bringing another Hasbro product to life with “Ouija”? Who asked for the new wannabe “Blair Witch Project” called “Exists”? Angry Nerd explains why the only frightening thing this Halloween is the surplus of crappy horror flicks.

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Angry Nerd – The Trouble with Turning “12 Monkeys” the Movie Into “12 Monkeys” the TV Show

The 1995 sci-fi flick “12 Monkeys” is about to become a TV show. This worries Angry Nerd—movies-turned-TV-shows don’t have the best track record. Sure, “Fargo” turned out fine, but let’s not forget the short-lived tragedy “Ferris Bueller”…

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Angry Nerd – Is SpongeBob Ready to Move from a Pineapple to the Real World?

SpongeBob Squarepants is about to upgrade from a television cartoon to a movie cartoon—alongside real, non-cartoon people. It’s a tough combo to pull off. For every “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” there’s a “Space Jam.” Or “Chipmunks.” Or “Smurfs.” Actually there’s more in the red column. Anyway, Angry Nerd is cautiously optimistic—for now.
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Angry Nerd – Channing Tatum as a Douchey Elf? No Thanks, “Jupiter Ascending”

It’s true that the “Jupiter Ascending” trailer makes the otherwise scrumptious Channing Tatum look like the douchiest elf in all of Middle-Earth. But the troubling part of the movie isn’t the prosthetic ears—it’s the insidious idea that only people fated to do great things can become heroes. Angry Nerd has other ideas about saving the world (again).
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Nicki Minaj Ex Safaree – Angry Rap … I Helped Make You and You S*** On Me

Nicki Minaj’s ex Safaree Samuels rages in a new song that his blood, sweat and tears made her what she is, yet she treated him like dirt. Safaree’s song, “Love The Most” will be released at the end of the week, but we got hold…

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Angry Nerd – Why “50 Shades of Grey” Matters to Fanfic

Honestly, Angry Nerd probably won’t see Fifty Shades of Grey. But he gets it. He does. Because poorly-written “romance” novels are right in geek culture’s wheelhouse. “Fifty Shades” is just fan-fiction—erotic and “Twilight”-derived and not in space, but fanfic nonetheless. Nerd’s built fan fiction from the ground up, and fan-fiction is what’s behind today’s biggest blockbusters.
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Angry Pursuit of Happiness – Christopher Titus


Angry Pursuit of Happiness
Christopher Titus

Release Date:
June 4, 2015
Total Songs:
14

Genre:
Comedy

Price:
$ 9.99

Copyright
℗ 2015 Comedy Central Records


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Angry Nerd – Can Will Forte’s “The Last Man on Earth” Defy the Sci-fi TV Curse?

The new Will Forte TV show “The Last Man on Earth” is sort of a funny version of “I Am Legend,” without the vampire zombies. But science fiction comedy has a grim history on American television, as even fans of “Alf,” “Mork & Mindy,” or “3rd Rock from the Sun” would have to admit. Angry Nerd hopes Forte’s approach escapes the curse.
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Angry Nerd – Marvel vs DC: Who Will Ruin Superhero Movies? Starring Black Nerd Comedy

Comic book movies are on the rise, but will it be Marvel or DC that pushes us over the edge? Andre from Black Nerd Comedy pays Angry Nerd another visit to discuss if it’ll be Spider-Man or Fantastic Four that makes us say no more.
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Angry Nerd – DreamWorks’ New Film “Home” Combines the Worst in CGI Alien Design

The new DreamWorks film “Home” commits the worst of all CGI sins. In an attempt to make cute, kid-friendly characters, “Home” ended up with shapeless purple blobs and uninteresting features. What happened to strange and kind of creepy aliens like E.T.?
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Angry Nerd – 100th Episode Spectacular!

Angry Nerd is celebrating 100 episodes of his infamous rants! In honor of the centennial celebration he’s decided to: 1. Party like it’s 1999 and 2. Answer YOUR questions…for better or worse.
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Angry Nerd – 100th Episode Spectacular!

Angry Nerd is celebrating 100 episodes of his infamous rants! In honor of the centennial celebration he’s decided to: 1. Party like it’s 1999 and 2. Answer YOUR questions…for better or worse.
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Angry Nerd – Will Netflix’s Daredevil Fly or Flop?

If Netflix’s new Daredevil series is anything like Ben Affleck’s Daredevil film, we’re all in trouble. Angry Nerd explains what the latest incarnation needs to get right to make sure the man without fear doesn’t turn into a total flop.
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Angry Nerd – Clicking Dislike on the Cyber-Horror Film “Unfriended”

The new horror movie “Unfriended” uses a screen-capture format to shape the film’s narrative. But guess what? Using Facebook messages, Skype calls, and Gchats to tell a story isn’t innovative, it’s LAZY! Angry Nerd explains why the cyber-horror flick deserves an IRL “dislike.”
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Angry Nerd – HBO: Ignore the Game of Thrones Books

Some people are worried that the new season of Game of Thrones will deviate too much from the books. Angry Nerd is worried that it won’t stray far enough. He explains why the brutal plot trims are needed when it comes to the show.
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Angry Nerd – The Avengers Get Voice Acting Wrong

Computer-generated characters are looking better every year, but there’s one thing that’s not up to technological snuff: the voices. The new Avengers film is no exception—Angry Nerd explains the problem with having Ultron sound exactly like James Spader instead of an evil robot.
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Pats’ Kraft angry, says Wells Report ‘wasn’t fair’

Pats’ Kraft angry, says Wells Report ‘wasn’t fair’
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Angry Nerd – The New Cinderella is Giving Angry Nerd Déjà Vu

“Cinderella” has had 13 movie adaptations since 2000. Angry Nerd is getting sick of the déjà vu. Why tarnish yet another animated classic by turning it into a live action film?

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Why Being Angry At Your Spouse May Be Bad For Your Kids (VIDEO)

If you think you can have a chip on your shoulder directed toward your spouse — that won’t affect your child — watch this.

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Angry Nerd – Time Traveling with Black Nerd Comedy and Angry Nerd

It’s 2015 and we’re finally living in the future. At least, according to Marty McFly. This week Angry Nerd hosts Andre from Black Nerdy Comedy to talk about the new flick “Hot Tub Time Machine 2” and the rules of time travel, according to cinema.
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Angry Nerd – Chappie & the Taxonomy of Movie Robots

Movie robots fall into one of three categories: the cutesy ones who do repairs (C3PO), the menacing bad guys designed to inflict pain (Mechagodzilla), and the child-like naifs who learn about the wonders and horrors of the world through experience. Angry Nerd explains why Neill Blomkamp’s new sci-fi flick “Chappie” falls into the third group and he breaks down why we need more movies that cast robots as the wide-eyed outsider.
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Angry Nerd – Big Hero 6 is More Than Just a Disney-fied Version of a Marvel Classic

When Disney announced the launch of Big Hero 6, Angry Nerd was skeptical it’d turn into another kid-friendly version of Marvel IP. Turns out the House of Mouse was able to adapt the classic comic (albeit with a few major changes) into an entertaining animated feature that’s not just another Disney dud.

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Angry Nerd – Hate to Say It, But “Dumb and Dumber To” Is Destined to Fail

The original came out nearly 20 years ago, yet now is when we’re finally getting the follow up to “Dumb and Dumber.” Angry Nerd explains why the new Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels release has already missed the mark in terms of historical relevancy, and why it’s destined to fall victim to the curse of the long-delayed movie sequel.

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Adam Carolla: An Angry, Middle-Aged White Guy – Adam Carolla

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Adam Carolla: An Angry, Middle-Aged White Guy

Adam Carolla

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 0.95

Publish Date: November 2, 2010

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Angry Nerd – “Hunger Games” and the Terrible Trend of Turning a Book into Two Movies

Why turn one book into one movie, when you can turn it into two? Despite “Mockingjay” being the weakest book in “The Hunger Games” series, movie execs have decided to translate it into a two-part film. Angry Nerd explains why the stretch from one to two is a terrible trend that needs to end.
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Angry Nerd – “Penguins of Madagascar” & Animated Spin-offs that Rock

Animated sequels are nothing compared to their spin-offs. Why watch “Madagascar 4” when the new “Penguins of Madagascar” looks infinitely better and it isn’t bound to the original template? Angry Nerd explains why he’ll take animated spin-offs like “Puss in Boots” to another “Shrek” any day.
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Thom Yorke Shares New Track ‘You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Angry’

Thom Yorke gave fans a gift on the day after Christmas: A new track titled “You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Angry.” The song accompanied Yorke’s surprise and innovative new album Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes as the Radiohead frontman made that solo LP available on Bandcamp after three months exclusively on Bit Torrent. “You Wouldn’t Like Me…,” like……
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Angry Nerd – Nerdiest Animated Holiday Specials

It’s that time of the year when networks drop sickly sweet holiday cartoons. When it comes to animated specials Angry Nerd typically loathes them, but will things change when he gets a visit from the Ghost of Christmas Specials Past?

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Angry Nerd – The Most Important Superhero Trends of 2014

2014 was the year comic book movies got a little bit more comic book-y. Angry Nerd counts down the top five happenings, from the return of the super heroines to DC’s TV domination.
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Angry Nerd – 10 Most Underrated Movies of 2014

T.V. may be in a golden era, but that’s no excuse for you to skip out on the best movies of the year. Angry Nerd names the 10 most underrated movies of 2014, including “Only Lovers Left Alive,” “Snowpiercer,” “The Raid 2,” and “Edge of Tomorrow.”
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Angry Hill – Single – George Ezra


Angry Hill – Single
George Ezra

Release Date:
December 17, 2014
Total Songs:
1

Genre:
Pop

Price:
$ 1.29

Copyright
℗ 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited


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In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks…: And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy – Adam Carolla

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In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks…: And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy

Adam Carolla

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: November 2, 2010

© ℗ © 2010 Random House Audio

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Angry Nerd – 2014’s Most Infuriating TV Moments

Some TV shows made us laugh and cry tears of joy this year while others made us want to rip our hair out. Angry Nerd runs down 2014’s top five most frustrating TV moments from “Doctor Who” to “How to Get Away with Murder.”

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Angry Men, Angry Women

Ladies, do you keep attracting the same type of guys only in different bodies? Have you ever wondered how this experience keeps repeating itself? Have you ever thought, “Is this love thing really worth the effort”? What if you could gain some insight about yourself and why these situations keep repeating?
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