Just so everyone is perfectly clear, Josh is definitely not
This is maybe the most lame internet argument on the internet, which is saying something.
It is. It is saying something even lamer than the thing you want marked as lame. Which is saying somethinger.
There was, at the time, no premium set on liking or not liking Letterman. I didn't, until I looked again on the right day and found that I did.
I get it. You were too young. Wolfe only said this the third time. But you probably did not go back and rewatch the exact episodes you didn't laugh at the first time.
I think this same thing happens with bands all the time, too, and without a sinister, insincere ulterior motive of thinking you're "supposed to" like them.
You should probably look up the word "sinister."
So I guess my choice of "frequency" was the big hitch, then. There were movies I watched as a kid that I didnít really appreciate until I was older. HUDSUCKER would either be one of them or it wouldnít. I suppose subsequent Coen movies provide more of a motivation to watch it again than a necessary context to put it in. I donít know, Iím just trying to find the proper words and combination thereof to make this cross-examination end. I feel like Iím so close.
It wasn't just 'frequency' since that only came on the second clarification. I just use it now so that sean doesn't try to turn embellished paraphrasing into irrational misquoting, since judging by everyone's silence on the issue, they are buying into it.
Of course I understand the idea that you were younger then and now you aren't and now you'll get it. And yes, the reason you single out that movie for such reconsideration is who made it and what you think of the other things they've done. That is not what it sounded like the first or second time you said it.
It's odd, maybe even sean type hilarious (though I definitely don't have a handle on those parameters yet), that the person who assumes everyone knows what they're talking about is an asshole, but the people who cannot even imagine a point of view other than their own are the barometers of normalcy.