About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

10 Replies to “Three videos forced into an old Western movie theme”

    • The disproof of that statement is over obvious in no.2. I do hope that her family are cringing appropriately. I guess that modesty is now seen as a tool of patriarchal toxic masculinity. What absolute rubbish! Her 15mins are long gone and thank the gods for that.

      • Personally I have no problem with the nudity (cheap way to get attention oc).
        The worst thing about her imho is her voice, it really grates, as do her affectations. And with the hair she looks like proncess Leia’s retarded niece.
        I’ve seen another video with full body visible.. I wish she’d shed a few pounds before she sheds her clothes.

        • proncess

          Proncess = Poncey lass?

          Proncess = Royal prawn?

          Proncess = Princess typo?

          Witty wordplay or fat fingers? How to tell?

          PS: Please, oh please, let this wordnik know that your spelling was intentional. It works on so many levels. If “proncess” isn’t already a word, maybe it ought to be. “Proncess Anne”. Doesn’t that just roll off the tongue?!?

    • Sassy…all scientists in the world are waiting for a scientific explanation of gravity. If you have it, I can tell you for sure, next Nobel Prize for science goes to you.
      And yes…really …Gravity is still a theory…and a movie…

      • I thought Einstein explained it pretty well and I thought he did get a Nobel for it. Unless there are aspects which are still unexplained. But I thought relativity was a pretty good explanation and the mechanics of it seem to work to an extremely high degree of accuracy. Or am I missing something?

        • You know wrong…Einstein’s Nobel was not for relativity theory.
          And no, Einstein did not explained gravity.. He just played with the concept in order to demonstrate relativity theory.

          The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921 was awarded to Albert Einstein “for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect.”

        • …or, better said…he played with the gravity concept in order to propose relativity theory as a scientific subject…(sorry…my bad)…he never demonstrated relativity…he only managed to make it a theory in the theoretical study of psychics.

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