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7-26-2011 @ 2:11PM
Too bad monkeys couldn't be tamed in classic WoW, else we'd have had our very own Outbreak monkey!
7-26-2011 @ 2:20PM
@KnobThat may be true but I don't want Morgan Freeman infected.. He's legendary!!!
7-26-2011 @ 7:23PM
And now, a special message for the young people:Outbreak was a disaster movie about a disease very much like ebola, back in the mid-nineties. It featured a disease-ridden monkey, and also Morgan Freeman, who was a different character entirely. While I am neither psychic nor a personal acquaintance of Taskdude, I think it is still entirely likely that he was in fact saying that where there is one character from Outbreak, there is another, and it would be sad if Morgan Freeman got ebola, because Morgan Freeman is awesome.The message concludes.You may now continue your manic, hysterical downvoting of any comments that mention black people immediately after some other comments mentioned monkeys.Also can I just say that it is absolutely hilarious that this downvoting was clearly meant to be some kind of anti-racism thing, but what you all actually accomplished was downvoting a person who referred to a black actor as "legendary". Truly a staggering victory against bigotry.
7-26-2011 @ 8:41PM
@TunaheadYour post could have been informative to people who had never heard of Outbreak, but all they'll remember now is how much of a jerk you were about it. Berating people for not getting a reference to a decent--but not great--90s movie is puzzling.
7-26-2011 @ 8:52PM
Kevin Spacey did get it though. As did Rene Russo (although saved by Dustin Hoffman)
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