telecomic
Smoak on the Water
telecomic
Jan 6
2

Interesting.  I tested positive on Saturday.  So far my only symptoms are headache and fatigue.  I still have my taste and smell.

Dec 28
48

Troll or no troll, major high five to this woman for snatching that name. The smartest thing you could have done in the 90's is buy a domain name and then make a company pay you for it. There’s legitimate businesses around it. Facebook paid somewhere around $200k for their initial domain and then another $8M for the Read more

Oct 21
3

To me that is a sign of how well he broke people down. Because, like, any rational person looking at that guy on the doc would not be able to see anything particularly note-worthy (he’s not ugly, or anything, but let’s be real; he’s very average looking), but I guess if this guy has spent ten years telling you that Read more

Oct 21
2

Yeah, I would read it as a kid when my parents were done with the magazine, I think she would talk about interesting puzzles sometimes. I know there was a long discussion of the Monty Hall problem (I just checked, and she was explaining it correctly).

Oct 20
2

“Marilyn vos Savant,” there’s a name I haven’t heard in a long time. For some reason I instantly thought of Parade magazine. Didn’t she have a column or something?

Oct 20
5

If I was Nippy (worst nickname ever) I would have played it cool, went to Albany and jumped that lil’ twat during one of his late night jogs and beat the living hell out of him, in a ski mask of course.

Oct 20
3

Did anybody ever find out if he legit scored 240 on an IQ test? Obviously he’s a smart guy, and at having an answer to everything that turns a person’s words back on them and makes them obsessively examine what’s wrong with them, always them, and not him, he’s a fucking genius.  I’m really not sure how he managed to Read more

Oct 20
7

I wouldn’t say “boring” because it’s actually rather fascinating, but like someone else said, they Netflixed the shit out of it. They s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-d it out so much over 9 episodes, when it could just as easily been told in 4, that it seriously tries one’s patience.

Oct 13
22

Eh, I felt the opposite. For me the real draw of the earlier seasons wasn’t the “wacky characters having adventures” aspect but that it was all set in a mundane office with real office problems. HR issues, unionization, after-work parties, uh, “fraternization”, etc. When they got rid of all of the drones it just

Oct 13
30

Honestly, I loved the coma seasons. It was a great way to take characters that I liked a lot and putting them into scenarios that just wouldn’t have fit in the context of the world that they inhabited. It was a good way for the writers to stretch creatively and give themselves a break from needing to come up with a Read more

Sep 15
8

The Netflix special clears up the Bryan Douglas Wells bit. He was a victim. He was told to say, if caught, that it was black people who did it to him otherwise they told him they would remote detonate the bomb, which was on a timer with directions for him to do X, Y, and Z to deliver the funds in order to get the bomb Read more

Sep 15
5

Wells knew that he was participating in a con job, but it’s still not clear whether or not he knew it was a real bomb.

Sep 15
3

‘’’’Totally fucked up! That Susan Smith _itch had me personally fucked up in the head. At the time, a young lady I was dating drove the same make/model (Mazda Protégé) color as this _itch and I was living in the south!  I was paranoid to the 10th degree as Cops in the south stay pulling over brothers.  I was soo glad Read more

Sep 15
42

The Bureau of Land Management has really gotten out of control.

Sep 15
16

Lol these people can’t even lie correctly. Seriously, THAT’S what whey went with?? They couldn’t even attempt to make it sound more convincing?