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    LOL this is too good

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    The Guy Who Created "Duck Dynasty" Starred In A Movie About Gay Porn

    Has Phil Robertson seen The Fluffer?




    A decade before Scott Gurney created Duck Dynasty, he starred as a gay porn star in a 2001 movie called The Fluffer, an unmentioned but delightful fact in the background of the show’s recent conflagration over Phil Robertson’s homophobic comments to GQ. But it’s not a secret either; The Fluffer, which was an independent film that played at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival, is right there on Gurney’s IMDb page.

    I called Gurney Productions — which Gurney founded in 2005 with his wife, Deirdre — to ask for a comment. I was told no one gets connected to Scott on the phone, and I should send an email. (I did.) A spokesman for A&E also didn’t immediately return an email requesting a comment.


    Gurney’s character in The Fluffer is gay-for-pay and a meth addict. He becomes the object of obsession for a male film student who gets a job as his on-set fluffer. It’s dark! It was directed by Wash West and Richard Glatzer.
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    ^^^^
    lol i remember that movie! i saw it at a gay film festival in ottawa way back in the day.
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    Scott and his wife run the production company and are the producers on Leann and Eddie's new show. LOL Look at the list of their shows and you'll understand how and why Leann's show fits the mold.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie B View Post
    TMZ is blowing SO much smoke up their ass, lead strongly by Harvey Levin. Anyone who disagrees with this guy is a major player hater, their religion agrees that teh gays fuck animals philosophy, so it's totally cool beans for him to repeat that, everyone calling bullshit is being hater bitches. I am waiting for the next show when they call the haterz "oh so jelus" of the Duck Dynasty peeps.
    I'm not a hater and he has a right to his opinion... But let's get one thing straight... His ignorant opinion isn't in the Bible!! Nowhere does it say that it equates to bestiality. But the pig they eat is and the mixed fabric clothes they wear are!!!!! I won't even start with the black people and jim crow bs!!
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    A&E: Principles are Principles But Money is Money

    12/20/2013 9:31 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

    A&E will continue to profit off Phil Robertson and his family during Christmas week -- despite the fact that they benched Phil for his recent anti-gay comments -- because the network will be airing SEVERAL huge "Duck Dynasty" marathons.

    DD is pretty much taking over A&E's Christmas schedule. The network will air 4 separate rerun marathons of the show in 4 days (December 22-25) totaling 35.5 hours of air time.

    December 22 -- 5PM-4AM EST
    December 23 -- 7PM-4AM EST
    December 24 -- 6PM-9PM EST
    December 25 -- 3:30PM-4AM EST

    Pretty ironic ... A&E, on the one hand, is indignant over Phil's comment but not mad enough to pass up a buck ... not to mention the fact that they knew exactly how he felt before they hired him because he publicly preached about his beliefs for years.
    Read more: A&E 'Duck Dynasty' Christmas Marathons -- Principles are Principles ... But Money is Money | TMZ.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by laynes View Post

    My FB page was full of Phil discussions yesterday. Why the hell are people offended by this? It's a guy on tv, who you don't know, saying his beliefs. It's not your Uncle Bob at the Christmas Dinner table. Who gives a fuck what a reality tv star says? And yes, because you're offended please resort to name calling which is in itself, offensive.

    Seriously, this country needs to man up. I'm losing my patience for people that go out of their way to be offended by shit. Lighten up. At the end of the day this doesn't affect anyone. Are people's feelings really hurt by this?
    See this is what I don't get. It's SO important that every bigot has the right to spout their racist homophobic opinions everywhere (even in the workplace apparently) but it seems anyone who disagrees or finds their opinions offensive needs to "man up" and I guess shut up? Don't they have the same right to express the opinion that racism and homophobia offends them? It seems like a double standard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    See this is what I don't get. It's SO important that every bigot has the right to spout their racist homophobic opinions everywhere (even in the workplace apparently) but it seems anyone who disagrees or finds their opinions offensive needs to "man up" and I guess shut up? Don't they have the same right to express the opinion that racism and homophobia offends them? It seems like a double standard.
    Yeah, this. I'll never understand the mentality that people who are offended by what racists and bigots say are supposedly "hypersensitive" and need to "get over it" because they'll "never change." The people who are usually saying this are either not directly affected by people saying things like this, therefore impervious to empathizing and understanding why people would be offended by something like this, or have some need to spew their bigoted opinions all the time no matter where they are.
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    He was not expressing his nasty opinions in the workplace. He was expressing them on his personal time. This show is also not a normal workplace. If he did it in a normal workplace where it created a hostile environment for coworkers it would be different. Instead it is a TV show where a stupid old man has repeatedly shown the world how born again he is. It would have been more of a shock had he said he supported gays and minorities.

    I agree that no one should be saying people are hypersensitive. Everyone has the right to feel and respond however they want and what offends one person will not offend another. But people who are offended should not expect that their view will be of greater importance.
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    Okay, you guys, God has finally commented on this:




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    And God nails it!
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    By the way, this Tweet of God Twitter feed is one of the best things I've ever read. https://twitter.com/TheTweetOfGod I'm almost convinced it's some kind of collboration between Sputnik and Twitchy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMama View Post
    So the hired Fred Thompson?
    MM claims he was censored by the network over his neocon views. Sam Waterston was brought into replace him. Moriarty moved to Canada and took up alcoholism after NBC stopped returning his calls.

    The Increasingly Left 'Law and Order'
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    Well, I think I’ve been fairly calm and forgiving of Law and Order for about fifteen years. Living outside of the U.S. has certainly helped in more ways than one. Out of sight, out of mind. Law and Order has, for years, been just a press of the remote away from non-existence.

    However, recent events have Law and Order just begging for my reassessment. I hardly expected my old television series to be the clown act that leads the American viewing audience into an increasingly predictable pile of hard left propaganda.

    Why?

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    Dick Wolf

    Dick Wolf is basically a follower of usually high-level talents such as Joe Stern, Robert Nathan and Ed Sherin.

    Those men, I believe, are no longer regulars on Law and Order.

    The guy who apparently wears the pants in that family is now Rene Balcer.

    That’s clearly the hypnotist in whose deep pink trance Dick Wolf is irretrievably drowning.

    Given the number of truly talented people that Wolf Productions has fired – versus the number of mediocre puppets and propagandists he’s hired – it should be no wonder that not just the Left but the French Left of a Rene Balcer should be running things.

    However, with Le Balcer (pronounced Ball-Say … Say-Whaa?) now the head Ringmaster … and Dick Wolf in some kind of quasi-retirement … or early senility … the show has gone beyond hell. Such a plight is possible if, in the inferno, you cut a deal with the devil. Balcer, as even his own words might convince you of, has worn the Red credentials … minus the horns, of course … for most of his life. Only Lucifer could give him his opinions on terrorism.

    Wolf, on the other hand, has, for his entire life, been merely a careerist, chasing the unsurpassable achievements of his mentor, Steven Bochco, and being obviously surpassed by numerously more brilliant TV producers. Such careerism would infer that even his own mother’s not safe if it means the record-breaking survival of a Dick Wolf production. Law and Order will soon outrace Gunsmoke to the category of longest-running television series.

    Methuselah was the longest-running star of the Bible … but I hardly think his memory brings either a smile or a tear to anyone’s eye.

    Recently Bill O’Reilly took profoundly justifiable umbrage – a good word, Mr. O’Reilly – at Law and Order’s lumping his name in with other talk-show hosts, describing them all as “a cancer spreading ignorance and hate … they have convinced folks that immigrants are the problem, not corporations that fail to pay a living wage or a broken health care system.”

    Well!!

    O’Reilly called those charges “simply defamatory and outrageous,” and labeled Wolf “a coward” and “a liar.”

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    Rene Balcer

    As for Wolf’s cowardice, he buckled before the profoundly unconstitutional behavior of Attorney General Janet Reno and he and NBC lied about my having quit Law and Order.

    Wolf and NBC announced that they fired me because of behavior that seems to have resembled Glenn Beck’s.

    If only we had all been working for FOX!!

    That I was fired is a lie.

    I had quit Universal Television and NBC and the Law and Order series before they could even come up with an excuse for hiring Sam Waterston. An advertisement I placed in both Variety and Hollywood Reporter announced my leaving the United States, which I did within a year.

    If anyone can find those ads, I submit them as exhibit A in the proof of … how shall I say … Dick Wolf’s and NBC’s lack of, well, a certain talent for the truth.

    It is all laid out in my memoir, The Gift of Stern Angels, now unfortunately out of print. No one was interested then.

    By the way, The Gift of Stern Angels is quite a hurly-burly ride through the politics of network television, not to mention my own losing battle with alcohol.

    Poor Law and Order has been drifting and now tumbling downhill into the ever-deepening waters of America-bashing. The blatant disgust for America’s hard-earned and hard-won sovereignty as a nation, credentials that certainly demand strict and unashamedly clear immigration laws … the Red Law and Order seems to be spitting on the very nation that defined a decent meaning to the words “law and order”.

    As for Dick Wolf’s Empire and its future?

    There might very well be numerous episodes on the 9/11 terrorists and their New York Trial.

    I can now see the cops, ending the first half of the show, reading the Miranda rights to some grotesquely veiled excuse for Khalid Sheik Mohammed.

    When KSM gets to trial?

    No doubt, he and his defense lawyers… there’ll be more than one at the defense table … will get their day in court!!!!!

    Dick Wolf’s point of view?

    He might say, “Our shows on the trial of KSM will make its viewers at least as angry as the pre-trial demonstrations have shown!”

    For Dick Wolf, such a stunningly simplistic achievement is all he’s really been looking for his entire life: upsetting his audience.

    He sure as hell upset Bill O’Reilly!

    Our very own John Nolte has taken a close look at an L & O episode, Memos from the Darkside.

    Please read his frank estimate of the Rene Balcer turn on the infamous Torture Memos. In addition, John’s article contains a long clip of Rene Balcer being interviewed by an Australian journalist [see below].

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    After describing his job as Executive Producer much like “herding cats … and anxious types”, Mr. Balcer refers to the war on terrorism as “so-called”, and claims that “cultural misunderstandings” lead to labeling innocent people as “terrorists”.

    The “fallout of 9/11” is “pretty big business in America”.

    It’s obviously earning Rene Balcer a living as terrorism’s apologist.

    “Americans of Middle Eastern descent … being held incommunicado and being abused by prison guards”, this, according to Balcer, was happening, under Bush of course, in Guantanamo, Iraq and Brooklyn!

    However, according to Balcer, “you get in trouble (with a lot of people) if you attack President Bush by name …”

    Hmmm … apparently talk show hosts like Bill O’Reilly are another matter.

    Yet Balcer claims he shies away from “ad hominem” attacks.

    Really?!

    “Our best shows make the audience question what’s going on” … upstairs, right?

    He admits to finding another show about the upstairs in Washington D.C., 24, “offensive”.

    “24 supports torture!”

    And therefore, Mr. Balcer, must Law and Order say that torture doesn’t save any American lives?

    However, the most chilling points of view he expresses are his ideas about what makes a terrorist.

    “Most people commit crimes … whether it be terrorists … or knocking over the local grocery store … they do it for intensely personal reasons.”

    Hmmmm, indeed!!

    A mere, ten minute glimpse into CNN’s documentary on the youthful terrorists in Mumbai and their horrifying phone conversations with their “Controllers” … whew … this would reveal no “intensely personal reasons” for mass murder but, indeed, a robotic, brainwashed and monomaniacal mindset instilled by their Jihadist instructors, the same mindset that filled the World War II kamikaze pilots of Japan.

    Obviously Mr. Balcer has his own “personal problems” … and he’s “working them out” on Law and Order.

    Finally, the Law and Order episode on ACORN?

    President Obama’s very own Van Jones and Andy Stern might have written portions of it.

    Yet Dick Wolf still wonders why producers like Steven Bochco and Jerry Bruckheimer always received better reviews, bigger ratings and vastly greater respect.

    Dick, from the guy you used to describe as “the conscience of the show”, perhaps it’s because Bochco and Bruckheimer have had a conscience in the first place.
    Incidentally Moriarty supported Fred Thompson's run for president.
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    ^^being conservative doesn't seem to have destroyed Tom Selleck's career. Or his hotness, either. Yeah, he is a bit hot. In an amiable kind of way. I hated him in the 80s but he's improved with age. Grew into his 'stache, maybe.

    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    Scott and his wife run the production company and are the producers on Leann and Eddie's new show. LOL Look at the list of their shows and you'll understand how and why Leann's show fits the mold.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    He was not expressing his nasty opinions in the workplace. He was expressing them on his personal time. This show is also not a normal workplace. If he did it in a normal workplace where it created a hostile environment for coworkers it would be different. Instead it is a TV show where a stupid old man has repeatedly shown the world how born again he is. It would have been more of a shock had he said he supported gays and minorities.

    I agree that no one should be saying people are hypersensitive. Everyone has the right to feel and respond however they want and what offends one person will not offend another. But people who are offended should not expect that their view will be of greater importance.
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    Isnt Willie Jr, Will's adopted son, African American?

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    Yes, he has a foster daughter also who is not allowed to be on the show.
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