Junior Mad Scientist – Lab Notes

Password for “Kick-Ass and the Hopeless Stupidity of American Moviegoers”

May 10th, 2010 by Weber

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Here’s something you don’t see every day: a blog entry that is password protected but the writer gives away the password.


The reason is that the other post has some language and ideas that don’t exactly pass the “all ages” litmus test. It’s nothing too bad, just kind of shocking and a little more in-your-face than kids need to be reading. Adults, sure. Actually, it’s just the stuff adults should read and think about.

So, to make you responsible for your decision to read the article, it is accessible only by typing or pasting the following into the box:


This way, whoever reads it has done so actively. This way nobody can claim, “It was on my screen and I couldn’t look away in time to not have my feelings hurt.”



(p.s. — Since the next post down is password protected, there doesn’t seem to be a way for readers to add comments. If you’ve got something to say about the article, add the comments to this post. Yeah, it’s confusing, but if you’re reading this blog, you’re smart enough to figure it out. Right! bjw)

Posted in Editorials, Movies, Weridness | 1 Comment »

One Response

  1. deg Says:

    I wanna have my feelings hurt, so where’s the place I type the password in?

    Stupid monkeys.

    peace & bananas | deg

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