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Ah, yes. True. And Christ didn't say "I'm taking a few of them with me when I go".



If only.

I guess I'm one of those ones that reads the good bood for guidance, not like a bible thumping baptist, who reads it all too deeply and if your quote was in there would most certainly cull a few of his flock upon his/her/its* approaching demise.

That Cho though, what a f!!cking dick. Seriously, I'm just glad I'm passed all that broody nonsense. Sure I can be emotional. To not be would not make me human. But the key has been and will be control and also a growing maturity just lately.
 
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Very pricey cartoon-ish pervert stuff. African Chain Gang. I'll blog when I catch my breath.

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Yeah, [sign in to see URL] found the above image somewhere else though, so I didn't pay to view any of this cartoon porno nonsense. That also beggars a question [sign in to see URL] anyone actually buy porn anymore? All you need is an internet connection and hey presto!

One last thing Michael, remember that silence is consent. Have your wits about you from now on, and always, and I mean always keep yourself from being too quiet, or even silent. Because if you don't some nazi may want to stick his rod up your crapper while another holds back nun in disgust but also, awe. ew.

Okay, [sign in to see URL] leave you with a link full chock-a-block with links to TV show streams (and movies, if your interested)
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If I could recommend anything from the TV show list, brit-wise: League of Gentlemen (a surreal sitcom), Brass Eye (satire pushed to the extreme) and Father Ted (religious Satire)

Here's a direct link to episode one of the league of gentlemen:
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One last thing Michael, remember that silence is consent.



Eye contact, as well, according to some. But that's law of the jungle type stuff.

People that aren't connected still buy the mags and DVDs. But then that is there penance.

I've seen Father Ted before on BBC America, but that was quite a while ago. I also see some cult classic shows on that list....

AND Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Check it out if you haven't already. Also like Scrubs(which I happen to have on the tube right now), Robot Chicken, Rome, Star Trek TNG, Colbert Report, Entourage, and last but not least, ALF.

Spaced is Wright and Pegg of Shaun OTD fame, no?

Just watched League Of Gentleman. I recall now that it was picked up by Comedy Central several years ago, but like any decent show on the network since South Park, it quickly disappeared. Good show, but I remember being put-off by the laugh track.

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I'll force myself to watch that aqua teen hunger force program, but last time I did I just had to turn it off through... 'Boredom'? As for scrubs, I haven't seen it, although it must be on everyday of the week here over a number of channels. Again, not my thing, but I'll watch an episode.
You Americans have your humour (Brit spl), we have ours suppose.
And yes, Spaced is Wright and [sign in to see URL] Shaun of the Dead, without the zombies and about life in general. Funny stuff. Mike Le Watt is the coolest.

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You became bored with a 12-minute show? No wait. It was too fast. And pointless. The first few episodes are bad, but the rest are a little better. I had fun. I gotta admit: I didn't like Scrubs before it entered syndication. No scratch that. I liked it. I just didn't watch it. But, saturation bombing, now that it's on so often, you know?

Robot Chicken is usually funny, but there's constant references to old television shows, toys, and video games. It's "inside jokes" for the 25-and-up crowd.

It's true that there is a variance in tastes of humor between GB and US.

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It's true that there is a variance in tastes of humor between GB and US.



For sure.. British comedy is better though imo (bias there i suppose). In fact, south park is one of the very few American TV comedy shows I like, and that was inspired by Monty Python.
You guys do good TV drama though with the HBO stuff which is popular here. Oz is my favorite TV drama btw. Check that out if you can. Masterfully written, lots of wisdom, and kinda Shakespeare-like.

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The reputation is that British humor is more sophisticated, and I'd say that I agree. South Park is more often than not really good, but I can't say it inspires laughter from me. Until the scissoring.

I feel sort of bad that I haven't checked out Oz yet. I liked HBO's Rome and Deadwood(interesting dialog there, too, but disappeared before the storyline was completed) to varying degrees.

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Please do a gloriously long diatribe on your blog destroying this scumbag who's is selling 9/11 truther tees to dogs. This guy is just, argh, you get the idea




....oh he's me [sign in to see URL] had a design concept and wanted to make some money selling these to the truthers. I might open another shop which'll sell T-shirt parodies of 'the movement' to even the score - Titanic Truth Movement etc. Can you think of any others?

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Don't worry, Alex. I'll rip this loon a new one on the blog. I can't wait.

Oops.

A few ideas? "<-he's with stupid." "Hijacker." "Kill Islam now or regret it later"(okay that's harsh). "The FIRST AMENDMENT is a tool for liars." "100% Al Queda Approved".

I guess I should put more thought into this. But I must say the Titanic Truth Movement sounds..... hilarious.

You must do a graphic of the towers with the words "who gained most?" or "follow the money". I'll think about it a bit.

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