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Aug 4
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Are breakfast and coffee an integral part of people’s days, or did chains simply make the whole proposition cheap and easy enough that people got into the habit of going to fast food restaurants every day?
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Aug 4
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The free advertising argument always makes no sense, they’re not going to get so much more business from this article than they’re losing not having the people who actually want one order it.

Aug 4
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Then an insider told E! News that the forthcoming season will begin with “Clare and her short-lived journey, and will show Clare falling in love with one of her suitors,” but that “Clare will then conclude her journey and announce that Tayshia is the lead.” Read more

Jul 24
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My main take away here to question what the  Ritter family was up to in Germany in the 1930's and 40's.

Jul 24
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This is likely on purpose so that people like yourself will make assumptions about what it means while tying them to no particular course of action. Read more

Jul 22
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“Recommit the United States to the principles of an open internet, including net neutrality... [restore the] Federal Communications Commission’s clear authority to take strong enforcement action against broadband providers who violate net neutrality principles.” Read more

Jul 21
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I don’t really care what the Right runs commercials on, but I’m pretty confident that a Benghazi ad against Susan wouldn’t move any needles.

Jul 21
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I was just thinking, clearly Netflix is happy with how the Last Airbender is catching fire, I wonder if they’ll commission a new series (beyond the live action one)

Jul 21
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are they going to opt for making no money on these movies instead of making lots but not as much lots of money via digital release? Read more

Jul 20
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It needs to make, like, $800 million to break even. They just can’t do it VOD like it’s Scoob or Trolls or a Judd Apatow movie.

Jul 20
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Huh, if I had to guess this list order I would have put a lot of songs above a-ha

Jul 16
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Why would Fox Corp. care about New Mutants getting a theatrical release? Didn’t Disney buy the movie outright?

Jul 16
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Is it a good way to gauge interest though? A comic that’s as successful as Hellboy (for example) would be a pretty good level of success for this imprint, but neither franchise attempts were successful in the eyes of its studio. Plus, how do you scale this thing, they’re launching with one comic, how long is it going Read more

Jul 16
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I get that it’s not a big part of Disney’s business at all, but it’s still a unit in a business that exists to make money. The people working in that part of the company have a goal to get people to read their comics and they haven’t been particularly good at translating the awesome success of the movie division into Read more

Jul 16
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It’s impossible to unravel your question because it’s so baked into the current circumstances. Read more

Jul 16
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It’s not racist to acknowledge that people are treated differently based on the color of their skin.