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    I found the movie to be an interesting study in disturbing reality. Some things were claimed to be obsessive to the time but overall it also left out some things. The movies is my 2nd choice for the Academy award. I think it's Tarantino's best work. Having said that, i think the dolls are in very bad taste and that those who would actually buy them are IDIOTS.
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    How many do I need to pick my cotton?

    THAT IS A JOKE...

    It is intended to be in poor taste to reflect the absurdity of the concept.

    If you're offended.... don't complain until you make me a sandwich...
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    Where else are black boys going to get black action figures? They are in short supply. At one time black girls had to play with white blonde headed dolls. As a child, I had the choice of white/blonde or black. None looked like me. I am tri-racial, but look Latino. My little girl now has an American Girl doll that looks just like her. She even has a Barbie that has the right color features. I wish I had. My aunt made me a cabbage patch doll with black hair and brown eyes. She was my favorite of course. It's time for black and Latino, even Asian boys to have action figures that look like them. American girl even has Asian and mixed race looking dolls, but they are expensive! I waited until my daughter was seven and a half at Christmas to get her that expensive doll. I bought matching outfits from the Mommy and me lines. Way less expensive. For her eighth birthday my aunt(the same one) is making her and her doll matching dresses.
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    WOW.... you can buy one, actually attach your sins to him and ship him out of town... a REAL Scapegoat instead of a figurative one.

    I got one of these

    http://ww1.prweb.com/prfiles/2012/06/25/96400...

    Incredibly realistic it's even hollow.... I was disappointed when the seeds didn't grow until I considered the realism aspect.... they didn't work either.

    Sorry PNWest... had to do it.... LOL
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    I don't know. I have seen neither the movie or the dolls. I never got into the action figure dolls as a kid. I did have a Teddy Bear and a stuffed dog when I was very young, (Billy and Duke.)
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    Lucky guy.....lol. When I was a kid, all I had to play with was rocks. Smashed them together enough so the younger generation can now play with dirt. roflmao
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    People always like to collect something precious that they cannot see it often such as the limited editions of the action figures. The game character action figures with purely handworks and exquisite outlooks have been attracting more and more people even though they are not playing the games. Some people may not get full satisfactions with the action figures which are selling in the recent markets. They want to get the particular one for their private collection. Let’s see what types of action figures are collected by the experienced collectors by click here: http://www.acgon.com/index/Action-Figures_39 .
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    I hear these dolls are life like. They cost you a lot, they'll knock up your teen age daughter and then steal your car.
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    WTF haha lil white kids get Iron man, superman and captain america, and us poor lil negroe's get Slave man, whipping boy, or super cotton picker? wow I dont think I want my lil Son to have this guy as a someone to aspire to be like...
    "I'm slavery man I'm here to do all the work in the fields so my fellow slaves can enjoy grits and pigs feet.." .. okay I'll stop now
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    Tarantino doing something that is in poor taste? Hollywood, in general, caring more about profit than good taste? Shocking! I am flabbergasted. Who could have ever seen that coming?
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    it is funny when hollywood hypocrites condemn capitalism and gun rights, yet have no issue making movies glorifying gun violence and selling action figures from those movies.
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    I want one. 'Django' Unchained was perhaps one of the best movies (besides Lincoln) that I have seen in a long time. The last good movie was Inglorious Basterds (another Quentin Tarantino classic)...
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    I'm sorry. But as I Black man, I can't see why this is offensive. I'm somewhat surprised that they made an action figure after this character. I might have to buy one to put on the shelf next to my Nascar models. Just joking about the models.
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  • #33
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    Hollywood should be ashamed of promoting such violence and racial undertones, Micheal Moore ought to be up in arms over this hatred of a certain color of people!!!!!! oh wait, that only works for one side and not the other, oops.
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    Oh Al Sharpton and his bunch need to shut the hell up. If he actually saw the movie, he'd see that more white people get killed than anyone else.

    Besides, it's a damn collectible. I'm gonna buy one...no, TWO! Get a real job, Sharpton.

    Love,
    A Black Man Who Gives No Excuses
  • #22
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    How is this offensive? I don't get it. The hero of a movie kills slave-owners. So the movie is saying that slavery is bad. How is that a problem?
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