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Intel supports epilepsy AND tinnitus

January 23rd, 2012 · Comments Off on Intel supports epilepsy AND tinnitus · Advertising, Stupidity, TV, Videos

I’m very grateful that we can watch full episodes of the Daily Show on Comedy Central’s website. Hell, if they had a subscription plan, I’d pay for that. Instead, they try very hard to sell ads. Clearly, no one is buying these ads, because they show the same two ads, over and over again, often […]

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Hey Now

May 16th, 2011 · 1 Comment · TV

I’ve introduced Conny View definition in a new window to the pleasures of the Larry Sanders Show, the entirety of which is available on instant play on Netflix. In spite of its slightly dated nature, the characters and behind-the-scenes snark still play quite well. I think my personal favorite character is Artie, but the interplay between the three leads made me […]

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False advertising

February 22nd, 2008 · Comments Off on False advertising · TV

I am disappointed to report the writers’ strike induced “Big Brother: ‘Til Death Do You Part” is quite the let-down. Turns out there’s no actual executions. After enduring two episodes watching this group of romper room rejects struggle vainly with things like fundamental cognition and sentence formation I was getting ready to kill myself. Luckily […]

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Evening sessions

February 7th, 2008 · Comments Off on Evening sessions · TV

We’ve been enjoying “In Treatment” on HBO. The show has been a real godsend with the blight of entertainment caused by the writers’ strike. It’s also a bonus that there’s a new show every week day. We sorely needed some kind of antidote to the endless reality drek that’s being pumped onto the tube in […]

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A Wind Blows Through the Big Brother House

July 30th, 2007 · Comments Off on A Wind Blows Through the Big Brother House · Funny, TV, Videos

Even in these times of Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo and Fox Television, the original television networks still try to come off all wholesome and decent. Things may have changed, with the occasional fart joke, but generally farting itself is usually not shown and is considered taboo. So hats off to CBS and Big Brother […]

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