Alfred Hitchcock Presents—- #MeToo

19 Comments on Alfred Hitchcock Presents—- #MeToo

  1. Question : What is the truest definition of Globalization ?

    Answer : Princess Diana’s death.

    Question : How come?

    Answer : An English princess with an Egyptian boyfriend crashes in a French tunnel, riding in a German car with a Dutch engine, driven by a Belgian who was
    drunk on Scottish whisky, (check the bottle before you change the spelling), followed closely by Italian Paparazzi, on Japanese motorcycles, treated by an American doctor, using Brazilian medicines. This is sent to you by a Canadian, using American Bill Gates’ technology, and you’re probably reading this on your computer, that uses Taiwanese chips, and a Korean monitor, assembled by Bangladeshi workers in a Singapore plant, transported by Indian truck drivers, hijacked by Indonesians, unloaded by Sicilian longshoremen, and trucked to you by Mexicans who are in the US illegally because the immediate past president, born in Kenya and educated as a Muslim in Indonesia refused to enforce US law.

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  2. this is a false narrative … why? because the husband acted in righteous indignation .. although false, as he quite realized, unfortunately, too late

    the demoncRats have no such morality .. they will continue to cry “That’s him!” no matter what the circumstances … let the bodies fall where they may … as long as they can claim power it doesn’t matter who get’s crucified. they will even, gladly sacrifice their children, their parents, their spouses

    … besides the fact that Batty-Ford ‘testimony’ is a total, made-up sham

    it’s what we’re up against … what would you do when they put a gun to your loved one’s head? … are you willing to stand up? .. or, along w/ your loved-ones, be sacrificed?

    … what would you have done if you were Vercingetorix?

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  3. Righteous indignation? Define righteous.

    He murdered a man on the say so of a person a doctor told him could have permanent psychological damage.

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  4. I’ve only watch a bit of it this far, but I do have a concern or two-
    How did the cake turn out? Did he get to eat it, and was that a factor in what I just read happened later on? If the cake was a dud, a good attorney would get him off, but they’d need an ‘obama judge’
    And if there is any of that cake left and no one else wants it…

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  5. So, a welfare recipient would have said, crawl in bed honey and lets make another welfare recipient. Screw getting to the factory! /but that’s just my way of thinking..

    That’s what I got out of the flick.

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  6. That’s why that F35 crashed. He fucked all the employees mothers. They weren’t payen attention to their damn jobs because of AB limp dick. He’s a freaken national security threat’ Get a rope.

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  7. I think I’ve seen every Alfred Hitchcock TV episode and “Revenge” is one of my favorite. It perfectly illustrates the strategic blind faith, the left has in a person they know is completely unstable. The left will use anyone for their objective – total control.
    Anyone stupid enough to buy into the left’s con game or insanity, (like the husband in the story), becomes a pawn who loses their freedom, liberty, and autonomy.

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  8. she said half a glass and you gave her a full glass, she’ll get you my pretty.

    notice how intently aunt bey was checkin her out, she’s the attacker. that’s why she didn’t hear any thing, she had black out rage while she attacked her out of binary jealously and is playin the overly concerned psychopath trailer park trash geriatric neighbor. when in reality she’s just like the golden state killer only the internet and genealogy websites haven’t been created for the public sheeples to send their dna into for the local and federal authorities to use to catalog and track you down and arrest you. i bet if you look into her back ground you’ll find a plethora of law breaking activities, with a proclivity towards passive aggressive violence against bobble headed trailer park livin ballet dancers.

    #me too, adds every 2 minutes

    yep, that’s him.

    there he is, that’s him

    he’s over there, that’s him.

    they didn’t find him because he traveled back to his time to escape the husband and the police.

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  9. @Fur ~ maybe the term ‘righteous indignation’ is too strong, partcilarly in this day & age of casual ‘hook-ups’
    the way I see it, back when this particular episode was aired there was (‘may have been’, perhaps I’m ‘romanticising’) a semblance of husband-wife unity, where a certain amount of deference was given to the spouse. particularly, given the times, where a husband was considered to be a protector of the wife.
    all those messy things about ‘honor’, ‘sanctity of marriage’, blah, blah, blah … all that boring, un-hip crap from the ’50’s no longer matter in today’s ‘Brave, New World’ … we’re so much more ‘enlightened’ today
    I understand the reaction to point out blind emotion in this case, but I also understand the husband’s actions & … the salient point of the episode, to me … where he realized his error … he doesn’t jump up & kick the crap out of his wife for making him do what he did; he realizes he made a terrible mistake!

    the lesson of the episode is that decent human beings sometimes realize the error of their blind passions … Socialist DemocRats will never admit to such a thing

    … apologies for not defining my ‘righteous indignation’

    now, I’m off to wallow in some Sinatra … later

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  10. I had to roll my eyes at this.
    Her hubby or who ever he was knew she had a breakdown prior to this.
    And what were the details? A gray suit?
    A man?
    That’s it?

    He came off as crazy as she did. lol.

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