I watched Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story and saw something pretty dumb.
The photo is taken from one of the scenes from the movie. Lee is a student at a university and wants to use the workout facilities. The stereotypical alpha males deny Lee from working out and also thrown in some racist comments. Which is where I kind of had a problem. This movie is set in 60s…THE 1960s! I don’t understand why a black person would be placed in this scene. As if he was on top of the social ladder. It’s clear in the movie is set in a time period when white people were not exactly rocking with black people. To think something like this could even happen is ridiculous.
I couldn’t help but laugh at this scene.
“It’s taking over” (Akon Voice).
Lately I have began noticing how common dating online has become. Not to say it was not popular in the past, it most likely was, I just find that many of my close friends and co-workers are and have turned to the internet for love. Unfortunately I just cannot seem to bring myself to set up a profile.
Firstly paying for any online dating site in my opinion is ridiculous having a computer match my likes/dislike to someone else is to much for me. But it is a good way of ensuring that the participants are probably looking for a serious relationship? I mean if you pay a dating site then get some one night sex aint that prostitution? Hah! eHarmony pimping humans out!
I know what your saying…:Dwayne there are plenty of free dating sites”…true. But let’s be honest Those are just full of thirsty dudes. And I can’t send a message to a girl that doesn’t know me knowing she probably has over 100 messages in her inbox from other guys, sorry just can’t. A female friend of mine had 164 unread messages from men all trying to sex/date/love etc.
Geeeezz nah no thanks…I’ll stick to looking at females in close proximity and never approaching them hah!
This is just a phenomena I will have to sit out.
What do you think yay or nay?