elchappie2
elchappie
elchappie2
May 2
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This is my beef with most all network TV series. they have taken that formula and drilled it so far underground, I just stopped watching. The Wire, Dexter, Sopranos, Breaking Bad, etc have spoiled me. I love that shows have evolved and actually want to tell a story without 30 min of predictable filler, but it feels Read more

Apr 30
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And maybe that’s why her husband didnt get an alert right away. 

Apr 27
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So lazy means not using any modern convenience? Is that even a viabile argument? I’d tell you to look up what lazy means, but you know.. sounds like you’re super busy arguing with people. Gotta love the irony there. Read more

Apr 26
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Hours?? lol It’s 13 pages. You couldn’t even be bothered with it enough to click on the link. And you don’t have to read it for ever purchase. Read more

Apr 25
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Being in IT, it was actually my job to read some of the EULA’s for software we purchased. It’s certainly not hard to understand. None of the EULA’s I’ve read in my time have ever been hard to read or understand. Long, yes.. exhaustingly so sometimes, but certainly not some legal speak that only lawyers can comprehend. Read more

Apr 25
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+1 for Six of Crows. I never read Shadow & Bone, but i’m a 45 year old male and really loved Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom. Such great novels!

Apr 22
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Not surprising as I see them posted on here like every other week.

Not surprising as I see them posted on here like every other week.

Apr 18
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Clerks 2 is def a very good film. Still enjoyable and a solid sequel. 

Apr 18
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Exactly why I came to the comment section. Lawyers get an insane percentage from these suits.

Apr 18
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All of the first Spider-Man villians are like that. It’s one thing I really loathe about the series. There are no real bad guys. Read more

Apr 15
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yea.. It’s just a “clever” way to rehash the Verge article about Provio (or Phobio... however you want to spell it)

Apr 11
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I mean, there are at least 2 edits there, where Manns/Rudds expresion changes, so i’m not really sure if that is commited.. I’m sure it’s multiple outtakes. But even if, commiting doesn’t really mean anything. That bit was mildly funny, at best.