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Video: Female Marine Invites Justin Timberlake to the Marine Corps Ball

Posted: July 14th, 2011 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
Video: Female Marine Invites Justin Timberlake to the Marine Corps BallSubmit Comment
A few days after a Marine invited Mila Kunis to the Marine Corps Ball, the actress did an interview with FoxNews where she was pressured by her "Friends With Benefits" co-star Justin Timberlake to accept the invitation.

Kunis did, and in the process she opened the door for every member of the military to start asking celebrities to events. Now, after convincing Kunis to do it, Timberlake finds himself with his own invitation.

Marine Corporal Kelsey De Santis has put together a YouTube video asking the singer/actor to accompany her to the Marine Corps Ball. "So Justin, you want to call out my girl Mila? Well, I'm going to call you out and ask you to come to the Marine Corps Ball with me on November 12th in Washington, DC," she said. "And if you can't go, all I have to say is, cry me a river. Hit me up."

Timberlake has yet to respond, but obviously it will be difficult for him to turn down the invitation. Stay tuned.

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trailertrash writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 5:02:55 AM

Really .....

Why don't the 2 Marines just go together

trailertrash writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 5:03:53 AM

Anyway think JT would rather go with the guy..
trailertrash writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 5:23:40 AM

Looks like the guys behind her are ready for action
Rambo writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 6:11:25 AM

remember the days marines were bad ass?
AYT BALL writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 6:42:12 AM

@ Rambo....no, its been so long
Cinemaisdead writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 6:51:27 AM

She looks like SHE would rather take Mila. Why is it "her girl" is that like gangster talk or does she have an affiliation with her?
gunner writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 7:02:33 AM

This is so fake. Why would both of the marines ask two of the leading stars from the same movie which is about to be released for a date.
Cinemaisdead writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 7:12:42 AM

Because she obviously saw that Mila had accepted and that Justin was getting involved and egging her on so if some one asked him he'd look like a douche for saying no.
Eben1277 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 8:40:51 AM

I hate to say it, but I'd definitely throw one into her.
Trentsteel writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:04:17 AM

HIT THAT Timberlake
BadChadB33 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:20:45 AM

Wtf, lets see her rack first, then let JT decide.
LastActionHero writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:23:37 AM

Ok the first time was kind of a cool story, I guess, but now we're going to have all these losers trying to guilt celebrities into fake dates with them?
struck21 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:29:32 AM

This is gonna get f*cken old extremely quickly. This is a big reason why Mila should of said no.
happyguy815 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:43:20 AM

I'd take Kunis over Timberlake...

f*ck, this is getting old fast.
bandolero999 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:53:26 AM

actually Women Marines are the dirtiest girls in America.Dirtier than hookers and High School sluts combined.They are nicknamed Walking Mattresses by the male Marines.and there's a 90 percent chance that the guys behind her have gangbanged her in the past.The guy to girl ratio is the Marines is 1girl to 80male.
SACdaddy writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:54:31 AM

Looks pretty decent for female soldier. Bet she's "hard corp" in the sack :)
bandolero999 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 9:55:35 AM

Bitch looks like Matt Damon with a ponytail
whoever writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:02:24 AM

She look more like a man than Timberlake does!
bandolero999 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:07:02 AM

Whoever said Timberlake was a man?

He was a mouseketeer and in a boyband Called NSYNC.Then after that he'll suck every rappers d*ck and try to act black. no heterosexual guy listens to that.
DUDEabides87 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:25:49 AM

Those tools in the back, i bet they ran the train on her within an hour of that video being shot.
Ranger writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:26:12 AM

That's a pretty lame attempt to ask out JT.

As at least one has posted, it's because she hasn't had to work for it in the Marines. Bending over to pick up her fork in the chow line would get at least 3 d*cks in her.

And yeah, I nailed one and her nickname was 'The Mattress' - good piece of ass though.

I like sluts.
Cinemaisdead writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:31:45 AM

The Mattress is a bit of a sh*t metaphor to be fair it's not like too many different people lay on mattresses over it's life span depending on who the mattress belongs to, I prefer the village bicycle where everyone's had a ride... and yeah this girl is way to masculine to fap to.
Ranger writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:43:04 AM

@cinema - I don't see her as being too masculine, as clearly she's athletic and just having to fit into a man's environment (like they all fit into her at lights out).
Ranger writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:44:10 AM

To Charlise Theron,

If you're reading this I'd like to invite you to a ball (either my left one or my right... your pick).

Love,

Ranger
PaulX7 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 11:00:42 AM

Here you go. From now on, every marine is going to invite every celebrity to their balls... And that will soon spread to the air force, army and the rest of the world. Boring and pathetic...
bandolero999 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 11:30:30 AM

Charlize theron looked banging in the movie 2 days in the valley.
BadChadB33 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 12:09:53 PM

Too bad Ryan Reynold's and Charlize are dating now. I hate you RR!!!
Cinemaisdead writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 12:11:04 PM

Ranger- Yeah I totally get why she acts like this surrounded by men it's a dog eat dog environment and I can't imagine a timid shy girl even standing a chance around these animals, it's just that way of acting for me personally I would feel like a lesbian f*cking her and although I am a lesbian trapped in a mans body I still like being the man!

minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 1:02:18 PM

"Why don't the 2 Marines just go together"

That's the brightest thing I've ever heard on WP. Really. You'd think those two Abu Graib idiots would arrive at the same conclusion, but no, they're too busy thinking up ways to creatively use dog leashes on detainees.
MoneyHayabusa writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 1:49:56 PM

Kinda lame, don't want to set a precedent but JT was really guilting Mila into going so he might as well put his money where his mouth is.

"Really. You'd think those two Abu Graib idiots would arrive at the same conclusion, but no, they're too busy thinking up ways to creatively use dog leashes on detainees."

Abhu Graib was a massive failure of command. The prison was well overpopulated and well understaffed, and in the end the only way to maintain control was to dehumanize the detainees. I certainly don't condone it, but its obvious that these soldiers lost their moral compass while trying to maintain control of a near-impossible situation. I mean, where the f*ck was the oversight? Command couldn't be bothered to give them attention or help until the sh*tstorm hit, and when it did the photo evidence was already enough to close the case on the scapegoats and everyone else could just walk away. And the photos that WEREN'T released are the ones that show true crimes against humanity, but of course CIA specialists and contractors can torture and murder people with immunity and its easier to just pretend justice was served.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 1:55:50 PM

"CIA specialists and contractors can torture and murder people with immunity and its easier to just pretend justice was served."

Who said it wasn't? You really can't say until you examine the people killed, who were probably not the sort of folks you'd want to invite to your bar mitzvah, that's for sure, because they'd take the knife meant for the circ*mcisions and circ*mcise your head while chanting to Allah and checking their one-way boarding passes.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 1:59:38 PM

"The prison was well overpopulated and well understaffed, and in the end the only way to maintain control was to dehumanize the detainees"

I don't follow your logic. If the prison was overpopulated and understaffed, how does removing the prisoners from their cells, where they're pretty much properly restrained, and placing them into human pyramids whilst wearing dog collars really help to maintain any sort of control?

If anything, it seems to me the perpetrators of the events in that human hellhole had more control than they could handle, and they abused it without regard to authority or conscience.
Crazyhorse writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:02:51 PM

Rang

You going to ask Ann Hathaway out. If you do I recomend telling her its a costume ball. That way she wears the cat suite


Crazyhorse writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:06:19 PM

I Crazy Horse would like to ask out Penelope Cruz or Scarlett Johanson


Yes lets all start this new trend of asking out holy=wood stars
MoneyHayabusa writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:07:30 PM

"Who said it wasn't? You really can't say until you examine the people killed, who were probably not the sort of folks you'd want to invite to your bar mitzvah, that's for sure, because they'd take the knife meant for the circ*mcisions and circ*mcise your head while chanting to Allah and checking their one-way boarding passes."

Nonetheless America claims to be beacon of hope for the world, and if we suddenly reneg on things like the Geneva Convention because "some raghead prolly deserved" to be tortured to death then we immediately surrender our moral superiority. And what right does some contracted torture specialist have to pass judgement on a third-world born guy raised in a war-zone?
Crazyhorse writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:12:58 PM

So whats so bad about treating prisoners at Abu Graib like they deserve

Im mean our Abu Graib is the Hilton Hotel compared to what they would do to American prisoners and other people they imprison
MoneyHayabusa writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:20:08 PM

"I don't follow your logic"

I am not logically saying that these people should be excused for their behavior or their crimes. However the best way to kill somebody's willpower is to dehumanize them, to humiliate them and make them feel inferior. Context is everything, and in this context the soldiers (trained in combat, not staffing prisons, mind you) felt they had to psychologically abuse the prisoners in order to prevent a full scale riot. It was the responsibility of the higher command to prevent that situation when it occurred, and they failed just as miserably as the soldiers and paid no price. And obviously you can't just lock 10 men in a cell and throw away the key, thats not how a prison operates man, come on.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:27:10 PM

"Nonetheless America claims to be beacon of hope for the world"

America's ideal was originally to provide a passive model for how things should be done with respect to social contracts and government.

At no point did America ever set out, as one of it's founding principles, to be the world's beacon of hope.

That's a very modern invention that doesn't reflect the reality of operating in a very realpolitik world.

"and if we suddenly reneg on things like the Geneva Convention"

Perhaps. We should stick to our principles, no doubt, but then, in another way, when does principle provide an easy and equal path to destruction? When does self-preservation trump idealism?

Sure, we all agree stealing is wrong, but if you were hungry and had no way to eat, would you really damn yourself for shoplifting a sandwich from Wal-Mart?

I'm not saying torturing someone is wrong, but then it's not absolutely, unequivocally and irrevocably wrong either, especially if the guy getting tortured would do a Beslan on your kids if he got the chance.

"because "some raghead prolly deserved" to be tortured to death then we immediately surrender our moral superiority."

I find it funny that certain people that are always talking about 'moral superiority' never fail to push moral, cultural, social and historical relativism.

I would think that people such as yourself, you obviously buy into the latter notions as an extension of your post-modern philosophy of universal equality, would also easily buy into the notion that morality, just like everything else, is also relative.

Isn't that what you try to teach our children?

"And what right does some contracted torture specialist have to pass judgement on a third-world born guy raised in a war-zone?"

What does it matter where he's born if he just tried to sneak into a school or mosque or police station a Penske truck chock full of plastic explosives?
MoneyHayabusa writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:30:01 PM

"So whats so bad about treating prisoners at Abu Graib like they deserve

Im mean our Abu Graib is the Hilton Hotel compared to what they would do to American prisoners and other people they imprison"

Well like it or not those people are actually still human beings, and in the f*cking 21st century we have to recognize that just because people aren't american doesn't mean they're not still people with families and homes and lives. Maybe we shouldn't pass blanket judgement on a people because they felt they had the right to fight back against an illegal invasion of their homeland.
Crazyhorse writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:30:08 PM

Are we really a higher society that has leaders who rather allow terroist who planned attacks on our soil a trial and a public one at that, when the military should be doing the trial if there is to be one

A trial for what? The evidence was there they committed an act of war against this nation. There should be no trial, they forfeited there Human Rights when they decided to murder another human and attack us

Thats how there prisons work.

Screw their rights.
pornfly writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:31:51 PM

Those guyz look pissed! theyv been tryin to get sum ass from this bitch, stayin in shape for this dance and the only girl thats around makes a video for a wigger to take her out. now mk and jt will be hangin out with eachother the whole time.way2go jarheadz
synthetic1985 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:35:24 PM

watch, i'll bet mila kunis will throw it back in JT's face, DO IT FOR YOUR COUNTRY JUSTIN!...at least on the bright side she doesn't have to go alone now, but if JT says no his image won't look so good
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:42:21 PM

"I am not logically saying that these people should be excused for their behavior or their crimes."

Neither am I.

"However the best way to kill somebody's willpower is to dehumanize them to humiliate them and make them feel inferior."

Not really. The best way is to disarm them and restrain them. I know this from watching how police, jails and prisons operate. Highly effective.

"Context is everything"

Try teaching that to the folks here.

"and in this context the soldiers (trained in combat, not staffing prisons, mind you) felt they had to psychologically abuse the prisoners in order to prevent a full scale riot."

I haven't anything anywhere that alleges prisoner abuse was conducted for the benefit of allaying riots.

In fact, everything I have seen reinforces the notion that those involved in perpetuating the crimes did so because they were essentially allowed to do so for the purpose of interrogation, and retaliation for various grievances US personnel had against Islamic militants and insurgents.

All of the above seemed to take took root in a culture of the same sort of dehumanization that allowed the proliferation of slavery and the massacre at My Lai.

"It was the responsibility of the higher command to prevent that situation when it occurred"

That's true of course, but the question still unanswered today was how complicit was higher command. No one seems to have a good answer. They either didn't know and thus they were 'guilty' of irresponsibility, or they were directly complicit by knowing of and supporting US personnel perpetuating the crimes.

"and they failed just as miserably as the soldiers and paid no price."


Again, it comes down, as always, to who knew what when. That, and plausible deniability...

"And obviously you can't just lock 10 men in a cell and throw away the key, thats not how a prison operates man, come on."

Sure they do. Happens all the time. Most jails in America are overcrowded. Prisoners of ten or more are regularly thrown into holding tanks for periods of 24 hours or more. They have toilets and some room to move about at little else.

I can't say though that I have seen any evidence whatsoever that anyone in Abu Graib was thrown into a massively crowded and improperly equipped cell indefinitely.

minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:43:12 PM

seen


grrrrrrr.
DUDEabides87 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:43:54 PM

Mink has zero ideas of his own, just copy and pasted bullsh*t. Lumping a female marine into the same group of sc*mbags at abu grabe is typical for mink. Saying something completely idiotic followed by more bullsh*t. She probably does more for the country and others in a day than mink has done in his whole life. Which he spent most of talking sh*t on a movie website. Those dirty f*cks desered it, what rights should a coward killer have? NONE.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:46:05 PM

"That's true of course, but the question still unanswered today was how complicit was higher command."

sh*tty grammar, and this is just one sentence.

"That's true of course, but still unanswered today is the question of higher command's complicity."

Better. Not fantastic, but better.

And no, I am not soliciting submissions, so f*ck off.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:57:20 PM

"Well like it or not those people are actually still human beings, and in the f*cking 21st century we have to recognize that just because people aren't american doesn't mean they're not still people with families and homes and lives."

Jeffrey Dahmer liked kittens. Adolph Hitler loved his dog Blondie. Both had family they loved and family that loved them back. But they were still monsters that deserved little beyond a swift death.

I'm not saying that everyone at Abu Graib was a monster, nor am I saying that monster or not they deserved to be mistreated and dehumanized, but the notion that just because they have family and like pretty colors doesn't make them any less a monster.

One could also argue that a person's humanity is defined by his actions, his beliefs, what he does to whom and how, not by his phenotype.
MoneyHayabusa writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:58:20 PM

@ Mink- Whether we like it or not, as the most militarily powerful, thus far the most economically successful and generally the most peaceful (last war in the lower 48? Civil War?) much of the rest of the world does look to us as its example.

Also, you keep casting this metaphorical prisoner as a demon out of hell, ready to rape and murder children and blow up the preschool or the hospital. I have no doubt that there are SOME terrorists out there like that, but they are certainly not the examples by which to set precedence. Also, we can't so easily interchange 'justice' with 'vengeance', with 'settling the score'.

Also, a country itself possessing WMD's invading a country for possessing WMD's automatically insinuates that it has the moral superiority. Establishing a supposedly superior democratic government also implies moral superiority. Operation Enduring Freedom? I didn't write this sh*t man. This is the story that was sold. Its not my fault it doesn't reflect reality.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:58:25 PM

Really need a f*cking edit button...and a trap door for the trolls.
DUDEabides87 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 2:58:41 PM

Mink your the only son of a bitch i've ever seen correct grammer non stop on a comment thread. Its seriously annoying, just like your comments. NOBODY f*ckING CARES.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:15:44 PM

"@ Mink- Whether we like it or not, as the most militarily powerful, thus far the most economically successful and generally the most peaceful (last war in the lower 48? Civil War?) much of the rest of the world does look to us as its example."

Since when? Much of the world you've claimed holds us in the arms of adoration has actually hated us since right after World War II.

The notion of America serving as a beacon to the world is not only artificial, it's antiquated, a notion thrust upon America in a time of peace when we weren't straddling a post World War world as we are still doing today.

You talk of context, well there's the one where America lives in a post-war world, still, even today and is the sole remaining superpower with enormous obligations. I think we can afford to slip up every now and then.

"Also, you keep casting this metaphorical prisoner as a demon out of hell, ready to rape and murder children and blow up the preschool or the hospital."

Most of the people held at Abu Graib were in fact just the type to perpetrate atrocities, and they were either being held for similar crimes or for providing more and or functional support.

None of them that I have ever heard were just some unlucky f*ck caught on the wrong side of the tracks, though that's what any felon worth his salt would tell you just to get leave of prison.

"I have no doubt that there are SOME terrorists out there like that"

The way you say it, you seem to think there's maybe two or three the entire world over. Everyone else is innocent (Biff Tannen: I was framed!) or rail-roaded by some anti-Islamic conspiracy.

"Also, we can't so easily interchange 'justice' with 'vengeance', with 'settling the score'."

In my mind, what most of us call 'justice' is just codified revenge committed by a stranger.

"Also, a country itself possessing WMD's invading a country for possessing WMD's automatically insinuates that it has the moral superiority."

We do when the United Nations says to Iraq, "give up your WMDs", as part of punishment for the unprovoked and 'illegal' invasion of Kuwait, a sovereign nation.

Did you forget that little bit of context, the part where Saddam Hussein raped and pillaged his neighbor back in 1990-91?

So I am not quite sure where you're going with this moral equivalency between the US and Iraq just because they both have possessed nuclear weapons in some form.

"Establishing a supposedly superior democratic government also implies moral superiority."

So, to you, there's no superiority in a government that doesn't push people into plastic shredders over one that doesn't, and also allows women to vote?
BadChadB33 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:17:11 PM

Dude AKA Troll #3566- Do you whack your stick to Mink's posts?
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:18:45 PM

-doesn't +does.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:20:59 PM

No, he rubs his clit with sandpaper to my posts.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:28:10 PM

"your the only son of a bitch i've ever seen correct grammer non stop on a comment thread."

..because this place provides an option to edit posts, right?

f*cking idiot.
BadChadB33 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:39:00 PM

or his sh*t hole with the same sandpaper.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:45:01 PM

lmao....f*cker's so gay he microwaves his dildos before shoving them up his ass.
rocketman writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:45:08 PM

Munter cat in hells chance.
BadChadB33 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:49:04 PM

He does it 2 at time Mink, 2 at a time....
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 3:57:23 PM

lol. f*cker probably has scars inside his ass from leaking batteries.
BadChadB33 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 4:02:24 PM

Battery acid burns, nothing helps you sh*t better than those, right Swai?
DUDEabides87 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 4:31:58 PM

Mink youd think somewhere in your 72 comments something would be funny, even remotely....
Mink spends most of reality being a c*ck bag on this sites comment section, seriously... He's on here ALL day. I'll let that in itself speak volumes. Badchad spends a good portion of his day sucking on minks comment tit. And boy is he hungry, for minks wealth of hilarious puns.
DUDEabides87 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 4:32:16 PM

Mink youd think somewhere in your 72 comments something would be funny, even remotely....
Mink spends most of reality being a c*ck bag on this sites comment section, seriously... He's on here ALL day. I'll let that in itself speak volumes. Badchad spends a good portion of his day sucking on minks comment tit. And boy is he hungry, for minks wealth of hilarious puns.
Cinemaisdead writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 4:55:55 PM

Dude don't be a hypocrite and spend all of your day on here talking about Mink just skip his comments and talk about the post you're boring.
Ranger writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 5:51:51 PM

@CH - re: Hathaway. NOT A BAD IDEA my friend!

As for Ryan Reynolds banging Charlize nowadays?! Really?! He's a lucky son of a bitch. And to the comment she was hot in a certain movie. That woman would be hot crawling out the bottom of an outhouse!
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 6:19:55 PM

I wish people would master the comma before posting.
MoneyHayabusa writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 6:38:49 PM

"Since when? Much of the world you've claimed holds us in the arms of adoration has actually hated us since right after World War II."

Wrong. Most of Europe, for instance, has an unfavorable view of our government but not of the american people themselves. Most of the middle east DEFINITELY hates our government and probably our women's fashion sense but they aren't so opposed to our model of democracy. Theres a reason that in places like India and China people are emulating the American lifestyle.

"I haven't anything anywhere that alleges prisoner abuse was conducted for the benefit of allaying riots."

Riot is simply worst-case scenario of 'losing control'. All abuse is committed in pursuit of 'maintaining control', ie establishing and maintaining dominance. I'm sure you're right though that the line was first crossed because the soldiers wanted retribution for 'grievances', ie friends dying, having the prison mortared regularly, etc.

"So, to you, there's no superiority in a government that doesn't push people into plastic shredders over one that doesn't, and also allows women to vote?"

You have to know its not that black and white. I'm not saying it couldn't be superior, but I'm not sure the POS puppet government we installed there while occupying has served the Iraqi people any better than the dictatorship before. I mean, conservative estimates of the civilian death toll since the war began are around 125,000...

"The notion of America serving as a beacon to the world is not only artificial, it's antiquated, a notion thrust upon America in a time of peace when we weren't straddling a post World War world as we are still doing today."

I simply disagree. On some deep fundamental level, I just disagree with you.


BACK ON POINT- I think JT had enough of the marine wo-manhandling after Jessica Biel made him her bitch during shooting for Stealth! She tossed him around like a preteen thai hooker!
BlackDynamite writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 7:02:15 PM

What a coincidence, two terrible acting stars of a movie no one wanted to see, get invited by marines to the Marine Ball, osmething that's sure to bring publicity to their film.

Anyways, somebody get me a pool, and i'll invite her and Mila kunis to my Marine Balls.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 7:15:15 PM

"but I'm not sure the POS puppet government we installed there while occupying has served the Iraqi people any better than the dictatorship before."

Because the upwards of ten thousand dead children a month before the invasion isn't improvement, right (according to the UN)?

I mean, they can f*cking vote, they're not getting murdered by the secret police and they have access to products of which they could only previously dream.

If you don't think things for them are overall vastly improved now than with Saddam Hussein than you're either an apologist for totalitarianism or simply misinformed. No offense.

"I mean, conservative estimates of the civilian death toll since the war began are around 125,000..."

That's true. Two things though: that many or more died every year during Saddam's brutal reign. And most of the civilian dead were killed quite happily by 'insurgents', usually Shi'ite infiltrators.

"Wrong. Most of Europe, for instance, has an unfavorable view of our government but not of the american people themselves."

Entirely untrue. In fact, one of the most interesting things that was determined not long after Obama took the presidency was that anti-Americanism was at the same levels as before, and in fact, regardless of the president, most people, judging by a number of polls, insist that while they like smoe of our cultural imports, they find America and Americans in general unpleasant.

Ever hear of the phrase 'the ugly American'? It's been around for decades.

Sure, they like our tourism, they like our trade, but many of them simply don't like us, perhaps for some very good reasons, especially among the more conservative Asian and Muslim nations that see our decadence and debauchery not as some sort of exercise in freedom but hedonistic rot.

"Most of the middle east DEFINITELY hates our government"

They hate us regardless. They just pile on the hate they have for our support for the only democracy their as more reason to wage war against us. They're insane.

And the don't like our people either, or else 19 Saudi's wouldn't have killed 3000 civilian Americans.

"and probably our women's fashion sense"

And our television and movies and our diet and our shoes and speech and lack of respect for family and elders and neighbors and et cetera.

Let's just face it, conservative Muslims will never have much love for a nation that mainstreams pornography, abortion and greed.

"but they aren't so opposed to our model of democracy."


Who? The middle east? You're kidding me right? The f*cking tenets of basic democracy are in stark contrast to traditional Islamic law like Sharia.

They only want 'democracy' so they can shove the Muslim Brotherhood into power.

I mean where's the democracy in stoning the victims of rape and women without burqas?

"Theres a reason that in places like India and China people are emulating the American lifestyle."

lol. China only emulates America's capitalism because wealth and power can only be acquired through that path, not through communism, and the ruling elite damned well know it.

Every other aspect of American society they essentially reject.

Hell you can't get Facebook, Twitter or Myspace in China because the government rigorously blocks them, and according to a very recent study, lat year alone they blocked 41% of the entire Internet.

Not exactly American ideals in practice.

As for India, they're not embracing Americanism, they're merely expanding on their British colonial past which has nothing to do with the United States, and in fact, the only reason we're close to them is because of the foundation laid by our shared political ancestors in Great Britain.

"I simply disagree. On some deep fundamental level, I just disagree with you."

Then let's leave it at that.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 7:16:25 PM

Back on topic:

From what I've heard, Kunis may have to cancel because of 'scheduling conflicts'.
DUDEabides87 writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 7:26:57 PM

Mink is the reason i have to spend 4 minutes scrolling down to read sh*t. He has no life, a pathetic retard who spends his days and nights being an asswipe.
Ranger writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 10:08:00 PM

@mink - no surprise. When I saw that first video of JT pressuring her and she accepting. She said: 'November?' a couple of time she was already thinking of a bail. Easy-peasy for she to make up a conflict of schedule.
minkowski writes:
on July 14th, 2011 at 11:18:38 PM

In all fairness, Rang, I think it was rather rude for the marine to solicit a date from Mila Kunis under the presumption that because she's a celebrity, she's not a stranger to him, and Kunis, who keeps her personal life private, played it well by accepting, regardless of whether she ultimately attends his balls or not.
Turtle09 writes:
on July 15th, 2011 at 1:23:37 AM

@Rambo and Ayt ball....have either one of you punks ever served in any branch of the service? If by some miraculous act of God the two of you ever grew half a nut sack to actually say that to a Marine, you would get your little punk asses stomped. It's frustrating and funny at the same time to see people talk trash about something they know nothing about.
trailertrash writes:
on July 15th, 2011 at 2:41:53 AM

^ Hey this is Worstpreviews that is what we do here..
Cinemaisdead writes:
on July 15th, 2011 at 4:26:52 AM

f*ck the marines! I'll say it to their faces as well what they teach them how to hold guns and kill civilians not take a cricket bat to the head!
DUDEabides87 writes:
on July 15th, 2011 at 10:08:25 AM

I say JT hits it and quits it, like he do.
Turtle09 writes:
on July 15th, 2011 at 4:42:46 PM

Cinemaisdead....easy to say that from a keyboard.

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