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Victoria Justice

Today, 03:03 PM

I know Jeremy has got to be getting tired of de-archiving threads for me. 
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No need to fear our robot overlords...it my be gingers.

Yesterday, 04:05 PM

Redheads are almost-universally considered across cultures to be more assertive, confident, and capable- a recent study done by University of Tennessee and Dalton State College found that redheads are 4 times more likely to be CEOs than their demographics would suggest. It is very possible that the higher intelligence, assertiveness, confidence, and courage are not environmental factors, but genetic ones- meaning that redheads, far from being poor, almost extinct creatures, are actually far more evolutionarily suited to competing and conquering in our 21st capitalist environment.



Vince Gilligan's other new show: Battle Creek

03 March 2015 - 12:00 PM

I really try to stay away from cops shows because they are so played out. every other show is about cops or some form of law enforcement. 
But after one episode i'm already hooked on it. Not bad for network, CBS and it's clones of CSI.

That luck extends to Battle Creek landing at CBS, the absolute best network for developing the kind of broad-appeal cop drama that Battle Creek is and that co-executive producer and show runner David Shore (House) helps polish. Sunday’s premiere sets up the premise in an entertaining, CBS-smooth kind of way, where Battle Creek, Mich., is the setting for a small-ish city (50,000, according to the show) with bigger-city issues. The underfunded police department can be a dangerous place to work (in that kind of broadcast-network danger where the peril is sometimes funny as it’s happening and almost never shocking or brutal).



The No Spoiler Tag Spoiler Thread

02 March 2015 - 09:38 AM



Post spoilers here with out condemnation! Old ones or even last nights The Walking Dead, doesn't matter if you opened this thread then you don't care.



I'll post an old one first:


Darth Vader is Luke's father.

Babies don't actually come from the tummy

28 February 2015 - 01:35 PM



Barbieri explained later that he was just being “rhetorical” when he asked if the contents of a woman’s uterus could be accessed through the stomach or intestinal tract. And let’s hope that’s the case. But his remarks are part of a troubling pattern by legislators around the country who seem to have missed eighth grade health class, newspapers, magazines, TV, movies, parental chats and pretty much every opportunity to understand where babies come from and how they grow inside a female’s body.