AdmNaismith
admnaismith
2/11/20
8:52 PM
2

I was a three Cokes per work day guy. Original, full caffeine, full sweetener. I had a mini fridge under my desk to hold a 12 pack. Read more

2/10/20
1:47 AM
11

The “do you love to drink? I know my dad did” Bud Light joke was worth the 30-minute price of admission. Read more

2/5/20
9:37 AM
167

I think the fundemental problem with rich people is that once you have a certain amount of money and power, people stop telling you that you’re wrong. We need a modern equivalent of the guy who whispers in Cesear’s ear “Remember you are mortal”. I propose that everyone with a net worth over, say, 40 million gets Read more

1/31/20
7:08 AM
42

I fucking love this movie. Love the Carly Simon song and the whole cast. It’s great fun.

1/27/20
5:43 PM
5

Dunno if these are really even religions. I mean, what’s the use praying if there’s no all powerful being to help you find your keys, or make a dress go on sale.

1/27/20
4:06 PM
10

Professor Weidemann is painting with an awfully large brush. There are certainly sects of Christianity that could accept the existence of extraterrestrial life. I strongly suspect the Catholic Church and the Orthodox sects would come up with some doctrinal explanation that worked things out, though it would likely Read more

1/27/20
9:41 AM
10

If they have piles of money, televangelists will welcome them with open arms.

1/27/20
9:22 AM
2

Again, I’m waiting for Ethan Phillips’ character—Spike Williams: 30th Man on Mars—to break the news to the passengers that what they really really want—and need—is to start growing Matt Damon shit potatoes like, RIGHT NOW! Read more

1/26/20
5:25 PM
5

I loved this episode, and yes it has some big reveals. That said, there’s going to be a ton of debate over this story (and series).  Lots of potentially p*ssed off Who fans incoming...

1/21/20
6:10 PM
12

I always preferred Pulaski to Crusher because I liked the Pulaski / Worf friendship and her hobby/knowledge of Klingon stuff, while Crusher was just there to stand around and talk about hypo-sprays.

1/20/20
7:37 PM
4

I loved how the aliens would stop and fight with each other whenever they collided.

1/20/20
12:18 PM
8

For some time now I’ve noticed that Peak TV, sorry, “Prestige” TV, was essentially following the path broadcast TV took decades ago and I suspected we were due to hit a Fred Silverman era any day now. Congratulations, everyone, here's your "Supertrain."

1/16/20
11:50 PM
7

Not unless every episode ends with angry firefighters battling a blazing wreck while Paris says “Guess we’ll be coming from a different house next week!” and then ignores a lecture about what type of fires can't be extinguished with water.