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Cake day: June 11th, 2023

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  • GM sucks ass. The American auto industry is a hostage audience with Stockholm syndrome. You will go into $50k debt (+$119.99/month for heated seats) (to dealers, mind you - it is illegal for auto manufacturers to sell straight to consumers, you know?) to save the planet and you’ll say “thank you” for the opportunity. That’s all you really need to know. Afforable, consumer-friendly EVs will never exist in the US for as long as major political campaigns are decided by the workforce of Ford, GM, and Stellantis.





  • PP_GIRL_@lemmy.worldtoPolitical Memes@lemmy.worldJonestown vs MAGAtown
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    Imagine believing literally any of the official narrative about Jim Jones/Peoples Temple. You people will waste entire threads talking about how the US undermines South American socialism right up until you imply that they did the same thing to the largest socialist movement in modern US history. The US Govt. killed over 900 citizens in Guyana to protect the bottom line of the 1%.





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    1 month ago

    Ever wonder why you never see Clark Kent and Superman in the same room?

    Also, let me guess that the OOP also believes that the second amendment should be abolished and that we can peacefully vote the police out of existence? The left’s aversion to responsible firearm ownership will be (and, is) the literal death of them. I fear.


  • Megalopolis seems like a bit of an outlier here because of how much of a labor of love this was for Coppola personally. Most of the film’s funding came from Coppola himself and I’m sure he used a few of his connections he’d made over 50+ years in Hollywood to get it produced, but I don’t think anyone involved ever expected a narrative-heavy sci-fi(?) film to break any box office records in 2024.

    As for the rest of the movies mentioned, I feel like it’s a combination of A) too little incentive to see a movie in theaters and B) film budgets seem to be wayyy too high for the final product.