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Hunger Bunga-Bunga Games

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Hot babes of questionable legal status and age vie to survive in a post-apocalyptic reality where success depends on securing the attentions of a dodgy aging plutocrat
oscil8, Jun 01 2012

Battle Royal http://en.wikipedia...e_Royale_%28film%29
[not_morrison_rm, Jun 01 2012]

Space Battleship Yamato http://en.wikipedia...ato_%282010_film%29
[not_morrison_rm, Jun 02 2012]

Saikano http://www.veoh.com...Action+Movie+P2%2F3
[not_morrison_rm, Jun 02 2012]


Alterother, Jun 01 2012

       Battle Royal..not that I'm saying anything..
not_morrison_rm, Jun 01 2012

       Yeah. Needs more to be original... and interesting.
Alterother, Jun 01 2012

       //Burlesquoni// Cute enough pun to be a NYT crossword.   

       Battleship Royal: In the future, Aliens capture Navy ships and force them to shoot torpedoes at eachother in blind coordinates until one ship is left...
RayfordSteele, Jun 02 2012

       So...you know who Berlusconi is, you know what Bunga-bunga is and you didn't let out a single guffaw? Something needs to be done about the maturity level here, it's alarmingly high :)
oscil8, Jun 02 2012

       High as a kite.
skinflaps, Jun 02 2012

       Silvio Berlusconi isn't funny. He's a filthy old pervert who's into underage girls. What's the joke?
UnaBubba, Jun 02 2012

       ^Ditto that. Try again.
Alterother, Jun 02 2012

       // Battleship Royal:   

       Space Battleship Yamato, tell me when you get bored of this..   

       Actually Saikano is a lot better, who wouldn't want to date someone with the nanoware to shoot down a helicopter gunship, even if she can be a bit angst prone.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 02 2012

       //He's a filthy old pervert who's into underage girls//   

       That's not the half of it; as prime minister, IIRC, he changed the law so as retrospectively to decriminalize a form of fraud for which he was under investigation at the time. No-one noticed, because he owned the media.
pertinax, Jun 03 2012

       Wait, wait, wait… Are you implying that the Italian government might in some way be… /corrupt/?! That's a pretty serious claim. You'd best have some proof to back it up, signore.   

       (Mi scusi, I believe that's my twelve o'clock bribe, er, “lunch” delivery.)
ytk, Jun 03 2012

       //Are you implying that the Italian government might in some way be… /corrupt/?   

       Oh come on, enough of this crazy talk..
not_morrison_rm, Jun 03 2012

       My impression (formed from traveling there and dealing with various governmental agencies) has always been that the Italian, Spanish, and North African governments operate on a system of bribery and graft, much like many Central American countries. It's not so much criminal as it is just the way things are done.   

       I mean, when we entered Italy from Switzerland, a bottle of Glenfiddich and two cases of Marlboros bought us a friendly, smiling border guard who glanced at our passports and walked us right past the Customs line with about 150 people waiting in it. He even hailed a cab for us. The same thing in Morrocco, only they wanted Camels (the cigarettes).
Alterother, Jun 03 2012

       [marked-for-tagline] maturity level as high as a kite.
rcarty, Jun 03 2012

       When you enter Switzerland the border guards are only concerned with getting their fee for you to use their roads, in Swiss Francs (About 40 of them, when I was last there). Going the other way it's even less formal.   

       On the other hand, the US wants your fingerprints and makes you feel as though they're doing you a huge favour if they say yes to you entering.
UnaBubba, Jun 03 2012

       Yes, yes, Americans are arrogant self-absorbed jerks, we know that. Wouldn't it be easier if from now on we just treat that as a given?
Alterother, Jun 03 2012

       Getting into Russia was interesting. China was much more relaxed. Singapore's only interested whether you might be carrying drugs; Australia if you're carrying potential plant or animal pathogens... there's no standard anywhere.
UnaBubba, Jun 03 2012

       //Singapore's only interested whether you might be carrying drugs;   

       or chewing gum
not_morrison_rm, Jun 04 2012

       That's true. It's a FINE place to live.
UnaBubba, Jun 04 2012


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