I thought this was a thread on the pubococcygeus muscle.
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are the other things true?
Haven't heard of racism or gay bashing here, and I never see any problems in the news about it either. They tried to fluoridate the water a year or two back and the whole city revolted against it, so people here are very health conscious and "aware" of things citizens of others cities may not have even heard of.
-Which Portland are we talking about?
Oregon. Only logical conclusion drawn when op is asking about nudity.
I live across the columbia river from it and go there quite often. There are a lot of people walking and bicycle riding everywhere. Everyone has rail thin stick legs and skinny jeans (if not dressed in a business suit), there are max trains everywhere, which share the road with cars, there are 100 + year old houses in some areas, and in some areas there are gangs and hookers. Portland has a few nice parks, parts of the city are old enough to find silver coins with a metal detector. It's a very weird place--a family member who works there spotted dildos all over power lines across the city. This was in the news recently--some guy was giving them away for free and now there's apparently dildo litter everywhere. As for nudity, sometimes they do marathons or naked bike riding and the police don't seem to enforce any kind of "decency" laws whenever some mob decides to strip.
The place is a singularity of hipsters and new age thinking.
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Double digit IQ state.
How is this contempt of court? Ordering someone to eat lunch with another person and then punishing them for refusing cannot be constitutional no matter what position that person holds.
Additionally, how does this justify sentencing these kids to years in what is essentially a prison for minors? How will this affect their lives? How will it affect their perspective on the legal system and this country?
Clearly this can't be in their best interest and the judge is a fucking lunatic. If this does not get overturned and the judge stripped of their title, how can the legal system not be considered hostile?
Most of the special effects in the matrix were not true CGI, which is why it looks so much better than some of the stuff we have now---Neo was true CGI in both of the sequels, and you can tell how much more fake he looked. As for other movies, I actually think special effects peaked in the mid 90s to early 2000s, then took a sharp dive when film went out, and everything started having CGI. There is simply no inbetween fake and real looking---the cgi in sci-fi original movies and the cgi in big budget hollywood movies--it all looks like garbage to me. The trend in movies seems to be crazy amounts of motion and movement and hyper-stimulating scenes, and they kind of have to be because everyone is already so numb to this crap. I'm kinda glad I don't watch much tv anymore.