• what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: freaks and geeks was way ahead of its time and was so well written and well acted with the perfect mix of comedy and drama and explored such interesting and complex themes as well as being the most realistic show about high school on tv and still resonating with teens today and i'm still not over the fact that it got cancelled after just one season

apparently sausage party is out today and not only has it already made over $3 million it’s generally got about a 70/100 on various review sites and I wanna give a heads up to anyone thinking about going to see it. I read the script and it is exactly what has been produced. If you read the script you already know how garbage this movie is, but if you haven’t (don’t), here’s a few key points for you:

-all of the food items are racist stereotypes. all of them. the movie opens up with a song specifically pointing out these stereotypes. half of the “jokes” in the movie are based on these stereotypes.

-the other half of the jokes are sexual. not even in a clever or nuanced way, more like middle school level “lol sex” type jokes.

-every other word is fuck I s2g

-there’s literally a point in the movie/script where the only females in the movie are abused so badly by another character that the script doctor literally had to go in and be like “woah hey maybe tone down that violence towards women there friend”

-the above mentioned character is actually the movies Mexican stereotype (a container of guac) who literally says out of his mouth that his whole thing is abusing women. that’s it. that’s his whole character.

-the food has sex. and not just for 30 seconds. for like 5 whole minutes. it’s graphic. a whole montage of disgusting food orgy.

-there’s also a lot of body horror, gore, and vore(? if it’s food being eaten does that count? I’m putting it on the list anyway bc it’s still pretty fucked up) and when I say gore I don’t just mean the food. human beings are also graphically murdered in this movie.

-there’s a rape scene. also beastiality. it’s the same scene. the main villain rapes a rat. (and it gets worse from there somehow)

-the whole thing is a thinly veiled commentary on the “futility” of religion and any people who are religious or believing of God are spineless sheeple living in ignorance.

I could honestly make a point for every minute of this movie, but I think this is more than enough to convince anyone thinking of going to see the movie otherwise. one last comment I would like to make is that I noticed a lot of the people actively supporting the movie are white men, and I believe that’s why it’s getting relatively good reviews. but don’t be misled, the movie is shit.

so if yall could please spread this around so people know what the fuck is up and hopefully don’t waste their time and money on this fucking shitstorm of a movie that would be gr8 👌

tl;dr dont go see sausage party. trust me, you don’t want to see this movie. it’s disgusting (more so than Seth Rogans other movies)

Tangerine Express (Stone)

Brewery : Stone
Beer : Tangerine Express
Style : IPA / India Pale Ale
Variance : Packed with Whole Tangerine Puree and a Hint of Whole Pineapple

9 / 10

Please, don’t confuse this beer with Pineapple Express, the movie in which Danny McBride was the only good part of because this beer is on a whole other level than that movie. Also, this beer is not going to shove a James Franco and Seth Rogan bromance in your face which was funny to start and now seems way over done, but instead this is just going to swoon your taste buds with it’s incredible flavors. This is the newest beer in Stone’s year round releases and thank goodness it isn’t seasonal because I don’t think I could go more than a few weeks without drinking this again. At this point I think it’s safe to say that Stone is the master of the hop and every IPA they put out just gets better and better and this beer is no exception to that rule. A fantastic bitter hop wave starts this off wiping out your tongue like it was 2010 in Sumatra before some tangerine flavor mixes in with other citrus hops to lighten up the flavor while also keeping the intense bitterness before some sweetness creeps in with some more fruit and oniony floral hops to wrap things up. I wish there was an express train directly to Escondido, California so I could visit Stone whenever I wanted because with beers like this and Ripper coming out, I need to make sure I’m ahead of these releases and tasting them at the source. If you are an experienced IPA drinker or a lover of those little bundles of joy known as humulus lupus make sure you pick this beer up because even though it has some delicious fruity additions, this does not shy away from the style and delivers completely. As for you newbies, this is probably going to be a bit too much for your weak ass mouths but make sure you keep this on your radar because you’re going to want to come back to this ASAP. Enjoy!!

Written by: Steve B.