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2013-02-06 12:39:01 PM  

Sairobi: To borrow a comment from a review: "This show would be a lot better if it was just Aaron Sorkin showing clips of news events that have happened, and then afterwards saying "That was stupid, I would have done it differently."" Sorkin's 20/20 hindsight got real old real fast with me.


I can agree with that, the "news" segments kept being annoying for the reasons stated. I personally think it got better as the season went on, but you're right, out the gate, it was useless to frame the stories in the way they did.

rugman11: Oh my God.  This.  This is supposed to be a show about "how to do news right."  Apparently "doing news right" means having a college roommate who's a VP at BP (heh) and a sister's boyfriend who's a mid-level manager with the EPA who can break the oil spill story for you.  God forbid newspeople actually do any information gathering.  Apparently, they should just have high level sources everywhere who break the stories for them.


Agreed. It would definitely be more interesting to show some ACTUAL investigative journalism, instead of lucking out and knowing a guy. Unless you're investigating "trolling websites". That subplot was just frigging stupid.

Mid_mo_mad_man: What's next a joke about me porking my pigs?

s12.postimage.org
Well? Did you cum or what?
 
2013-02-06 12:48:02 PM  

gunga galunga: Which is why I personally feel that he should have more of a sense of awe in that his dreams that he was living in a fairy tale were true. Having wished upon a star and all that.

I also have the same problem with Daniel Radcliffe's performance in the first Harry Potter movie. Hagrid tells him he's a wizard and he reacts as if he's just been told he won a free subscription to Boy's Life.


Maybe they are just so beaten by life and outcasts that they are dull to wonderment?

Also, if somebody that looks like a giant hobo and stank of booze came up to you and said "Hey, your a wizard!"  wouldn't you be a little bit skeptical?  Especially if your self esteem has been taking a beating your entire life?
 
2013-02-06 12:49:49 PM  
I don't understand how anyone can hate a television show. Watching a TV show is, for the most part, purely voluntary.
Does this hate arise from people recounting parts of the show at work? Is it because a spouse insists on watching the show?

You have to wonder about a person's emotional condition if they actually hate a television show. As for people who take pleasure in slagging on someone else for liking a particular show, that's aggressive, unpleasant behavior. Grow up. Get a life.
 
2013-02-06 12:57:55 PM  

YodaBlues: Mid_mo_mad_man: You sound like the typical hipster d-bag. I'm way to intelligent for TBBT. I watch show XYZ. You wouldn't get it etc.
You ever think the reason you hate it because it hits to close to home?

Dude...it's just a show, sure a lazy shiatty show, but just entertainment. Not worth randomly attacking people over.

Maybe you should go outside for a bit, take a breath...get that stick removed from your butt. It might calm you down.


He's not talking about the show, dumbass, he talking about the zealotry of its detractors.

I love how they all seem to think nerds and geeks should be some sort of protected minority. Sheesh.
 
2013-02-06 12:58:36 PM  
Good crap, whatever happened to watching what you like and not giving a flying fark what others think?
 
2013-02-06 01:04:35 PM  

Welfare Peanut Butter: ObeliskToucher: Welfare Peanut Butter: Ah, The Big Bang Theory. Or, as I like to call it, "The Nerd Blackface Show".

My local NPR affiliate did a story about hate-watching and "2nd screen watching" (aka watching TV while simultaneously talking about it online.....sounds familiar) a couple weeks ago. As I was listening, the hate-watch thing sounded so absurd, but then I realized that I'm a hate watcher of "Project Runway". The show pisses me off so much, yet I watch beacuse I love to hate it, and I hate myself for loving to hate it. It's a complete shame spiral.

/Did the same thing with "Torchwood"
//BARROWMAN!!

You sound like you prefer "Glee"...

/NTTIAWWT

From a pure musical theater nerd standpoint, I enjoy the arragements of some of the songs they do. The show itself isn't great, so I don't bother with it.


I watch Glee with the wifey and couldn't agree more with what you said.
 
2013-02-06 01:04:35 PM  

Madbassist1: He's not talking about the show, dumbass, he talking about the zealotry of its detractors.

I love how they all seem to think nerds and geeks should be some sort of protected minority. Sheesh.


What crawled up your pooper? You should read the entire exchange before sounding off. He's that one person over a fairly innocuous and facetious comment, calling them "hipster dumb asses" OVER A SHOW.

Not cause they attacked him or his beliefs or anything of substance, but because they don't like a show that he does.

Calm down dude, jesus.
 
2013-02-06 01:05:19 PM  

YodaBlues: What crawled up your pooper? You should read the entire exchange before sounding off. He's attacking that one person over a fairly innocuous and facetious comment, calling them "hipster dumb asses" OVER A SHOW.

Not cause they attacked him or his beliefs or anything of substance, but because they don't like a show that he does.

Calm down dude, jesus


/ugh, comment fail
 
2013-02-06 01:05:27 PM  

Madbassist1: YodaBlues: Mid_mo_mad_man: You sound like the typical hipster d-bag. I'm way to intelligent for TBBT. I watch show XYZ. You wouldn't get it etc.
You ever think the reason you hate it because it hits to close to home?

Dude...it's just a show, sure a lazy shiatty show, but just entertainment. Not worth randomly attacking people over.

Maybe you should go outside for a bit, take a breath...get that stick removed from your butt. It might calm you down.

He's not talking about the show, dumbass, he talking about the zealotry of its detractors.

I love how they all seem to think nerds and geeks should be some sort of protected minority. Sheesh.




That's my point. They know everything about show they claim to hate and not watch. Turn the channel if it bothers you so much.
 
2013-02-06 01:05:59 PM  

Dr J Zoidberg: Good crap, whatever happened to watching what you like and not giving a flying fark what others think?


The internet was invented.

I'm sure if some form of lingering instant mass communication was around during I Love Lucy or The Honeymooners it would be the same.
 
2013-02-06 01:07:44 PM  

Burr: Dr J Zoidberg: Good crap, whatever happened to watching what you like and not giving a flying fark what others think?

The internet was invented.

I'm sure if some form of lingering instant mass communication was around during I Love Lucy or The Honeymooners it would be the same.


ZOMG, THEY CHANGED THE NUMBER OF LUCY'S APARTMENT FROM 3-B TO 3-D JUST TO MAKE ONE JOKE!

WORST EPISODE EVER!

/that actually did happen.
 
2013-02-06 01:18:10 PM  

YodaBlues: Madbassist1: He's not talking about the show, dumbass, he talking about the zealotry of its detractors.

I love how they all seem to think nerds and geeks should be some sort of protected minority. Sheesh.

What crawled up your pooper? You should read the entire exchange before sounding off. He's that one person over a fairly innocuous and facetious comment, calling them "hipster dumb asses" OVER A SHOW.

Not cause they attacked him or his beliefs or anything of substance, but because they don't like a show that he does.

Calm down dude, jesus.




Actually I was attacking her comparing a show about my fellow nerds to black face. That's a stupid thing to say. If I were an African American farker I would be offended. She seem to have that I'm being oppressed because of my greatness attitude. Hate smug people
 
2013-02-06 01:18:12 PM  

gunga galunga: Burr: Also, I find Once upon A Time entertaining as well (A little cheesy sometimes, but still engrossing)

I wish I could get into that show more than I am. The main problem for me is the actress playing the evil queen is just so boring. She's supposed to be a Disney Villain for Jiminy Cricket's sake. She should be the most over-the-top character in the show.

The kid being a weak actor is also a big problem for me. He plays his character with far too much matter-of-factness instead of a sense of wonderment.

OTOH, Ginnifer Goodwin is so gosh darn adorable, as are a lot of other princesses in the show.


I want "Emma" to wake up to someone calling for Dr. Cameron, find herself still at Princeton-Plainsboro, and "Regina" as the hospital administrator
 
2013-02-06 01:21:00 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: I want "Emma" to wake up to someone calling for Dr. Cameron, find herself still at Princeton-Plainsboro, and "Regina" as the hospital administrator


I would have loved it if Belle started flipping out about her baby and somebody named "Ethan" when she crossed the line
 
2013-02-06 01:25:34 PM  
I think hate not-watching is far more common.  I hate all sorts of shows I have never, ever seen.
 
2013-02-06 01:31:37 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Actually I was attacking her comparing a show about my fellow nerds to black face. That's a stupid thing to say. If I were an African American farker I would be offended. She seem to have that I'm being oppressed because of my greatness attitude. Hate smug people


I get what you mean, but, come on, it was a turn of phrase to describe a very specific sentiment, ie, non-nerds acting out pre-conceived notions of a specific stereotype for cheap laughs. That said, it was hardly any reason to go all stabby on the person and start in with the "HIPSETERE DBAGLOLLOL!!!1!". This is Fark after all, pretty sure anyone who browses the site on a semi-regular basis knows to leave their political correctness at the door.

[UGONNAGETRAPED.jpg]
/i keed, i keed
 
2013-02-06 01:36:43 PM  

EyeballKid: Mid_mo_mad_man: Let me guess you like community or some other to smart for the rest of us comdey?

I know the internet and texting have made proper spelling irrelevant, but with any intellect-based criticism, I'd suggest a spell check before posting.


LOL.  You sound like Sheldon.
 
2013-02-06 01:42:48 PM  

Burr: Also, what is the Fark consensus on Person of Interest?

I for one enjoy it, but I never hear much about it on here.


It has made its way into the alphabet soup of cop shows the wifey and will watch together.  I like it just fine.  Its kind of a stretch sometimes in terms of what ol'boy with "The Machine" is able to do.  They went so far as to suggest it is self-aware a week or two ago.  And, when/where does anyone on that show sleep?
 
2013-02-06 01:45:42 PM  

ranak: The reason I watch...
[www2.pictures.stylebistro.com image 488x594]


This.
 
2013-02-06 01:46:42 PM  

verbaltoxin: Nurglitch: I admit that I started watching after I heard about Sheldon spanking his girlfriend, watched the clip associated with the story, and promptly jerked it to the expression on Amy's face.

Mayim Bialik, whoa!

/Yeah yeah, she's no Melissa Rauch.
//But she cleans up good and she's a legit Ph. D.


...when she's not misusing that PhD to pedal anti-scientific bullshiat like trying to convince mothers to share their bed with their newborn children and anti-vaccine nonsense
 
2013-02-06 01:49:24 PM  

Welfare Peanut Butter: Ah, The Big Bang Theory. Or, as I like to call it, "The Nerd Blackface Show".


Why do people so enjoy saying stupid, racist things on the Internet?
 
2013-02-06 01:51:51 PM  

BullBearMS: rugman11: has there ever been a bigger gap between critical adoration and the audience?

Better Off Ted

Incredible show, that nobody watched.  You can't fault the network.  They advertised the hell out of it.

Watch this and try to keep a straight face.  NSFW Language


The network kept moving it around from night-to-night, skipping some weeks, and just using it as filler material.  The entire series is on Netflix, though, and is one of my favorite shows.
 
2013-02-06 01:53:53 PM  

meanmutton: Welfare Peanut Butter: Ah, The Big Bang Theory. Or, as I like to call it, "The Nerd Blackface Show".

Why do people so enjoy saying stupid, racist things on the Internet?


For the same reason people love finding racism in things that aren't?
 
2013-02-06 01:56:21 PM  
Shows I have hate-watched in the past: Felicity and 7th Heaven.

Felicity was crazy, and it used to drive me nuts how they didn't use phones, just showed up at people's apartments.
7th Heaven was the only thing on tv at the time and the kids were the worst kids for being children of a minister. Every show basically had a "oh was that wrong? should I not have done that?" moment.

I don't hate-watch anymore. I barely have time for the shows I like watching.
 
2013-02-06 01:56:31 PM  

meanmutton: Welfare Peanut Butter: Ah, The Big Bang Theory. Or, as I like to call it, "The Nerd Blackface Show".

Why do people so enjoy saying stupid, racist things on the Internet?


Why do stupid people enjoy calling people racist?

From Wiki:
"Blackface is a form of theatrical makeup used in minstrel shows, and later vaudeville, in which performers create a stereotyped caricature of a black person."

By calling it "nerd blackface" someone is making the statement that the show is creating a stereotyped caricature of a "nerd"

From Websters:
"Racism - a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race"

Now please show your work how someone comparing negative nerd stereotyping to negative black stereotyping is showing any form of belief that black people are inferior.
 
2013-02-06 01:57:03 PM  

bulsd: Don't get me wrong, i love that someone thought enough about Bob Saget to give him a job for this long.


It's all been worth it for Monday's episode making fun of Alanis Morrisette, Behind the Music, and Full House.
 
2013-02-06 01:57:37 PM  

YodaBlues: Madbassist1: He's not talking about the show, dumbass, he talking about the zealotry of its detractors.

I love how they all seem to think nerds and geeks should be some sort of protected minority. Sheesh.

What crawled up your pooper? You should read the entire exchange before sounding off. He's that one person over a fairly innocuous and facetious comment, calling them "hipster dumb asses" OVER A SHOW.

Not cause they attacked him or his beliefs or anything of substance, but because they don't like a show that he does.

Calm down dude, jesus.


I know, right? getting worked up over a show???


YodaBlues:
Digitalstrange: Eh,fark off Bittermitter. TBBT is a cute, harmless show that makes being a nerd a little less stigmatizing even as it caricaturizes it shamelessly.

No it doesn't.

tl;dr version:"The humour in The Big Bang theory relies on the audience siding with and relating to Penny, the character coded as "normal" in comparison to the main four guys. It also relies on the audience having a sense of superiority over Leonard, Raj, Sheldon and Howard. We're supposed to feel like we're cooler than them and that we're better than them. This then prompts us to laugh at the things which make them nerdy, which stop them being cool, which make them lesser. This is done, in my opinion, to stop them from seeming intimidating. It's essentially Chuck Lorre saying "Don't worry, these guys may have fancy degrees, they may be more successful and more intelligent than you but they like sci-fi and read comics. They're socially awkward and can't speak to girls. You're much cooler than they are so you're still better than them."
 
2013-02-06 02:01:11 PM  

DubyaHater: The writers need to admit that Sheldon is autistic.
/Bazinga


They can't. Autistic groups would get up in arms over any aspect of his performance that was deemed negative, stereotypical, or inaccurate.

By not identifying it (opting instead to all but saying that he is by his list of behaviors and symptoms), they get to portray an autistic character without having to worry about any PC outrage.
 
2013-02-06 02:01:41 PM  

meanmutton: ...when she's not misusing that PhD to pedal anti-scientific bullshiat like trying to convince mothers to share their bed with their newborn children and anti-vaccine nonsense


earth911.com

What something to pedal might look like

/peddle proper spelling to the metal
//bazinga!
 
2013-02-06 02:06:33 PM  

Some 'Splainin' To Do: DubyaHater: The writers need to admit that Sheldon is autistic.

/Bazinga

They can't. Autistic groups would get up in arms over any aspect of his performance that was deemed negative, stereotypical, or inaccurate.

By not identifying it (opting instead to all but saying that he is by his list of behaviors and symptoms), they get to portray an autistic character without having to worry about any PC outrage.


Its this mindset that has driven the spectrum of diagnosis broader and broader.  That condition has gone from a very weird story arc on St Elsewhere, to PSAs that claim 1 in 88 children are so diagnosed.  The same PSAs used to say 1 in 110.  A few years before that, it was 1 in 150.

Why does everyone have to have a label?
 
2013-02-06 02:06:46 PM  

Some 'Splainin' To Do: DubyaHater: The writers need to admit that Sheldon is autistic.
/Bazinga

They can't. Autistic groups would get up in arms over any aspect of his performance that was deemed negative, stereotypical, or inaccurate.

By not identifying it (opting instead to all but saying that he is by his list of behaviors and symptoms), they get to portray an autistic character without having to worry about any PC outrage.


Ah, makes sense.  Thank you
 
2013-02-06 02:10:47 PM  

Dr J Zoidberg: Wellon Dowd: [i.imgur.com image 533x800]

who is that?


Melissa Rauch, Bernadette on The Big Bang Theory.

www.picsdrive.com
 
2013-02-06 02:13:06 PM  

Madbassist1: YodaBlues: Madbassist1: He's not talking about the show, dumbass, he talking about the zealotry of its detractors.

I love how they all seem to think nerds and geeks should be some sort of protected minority. Sheesh.

What crawled up your pooper? You should read the entire exchange before sounding off. He's that one person over a fairly innocuous and facetious comment, calling them "hipster dumb asses" OVER A SHOW.

Not cause they attacked him or his beliefs or anything of substance, but because they don't like a show that he does.

Calm down dude, jesus.

I know, right? getting worked up over a show???


YodaBlues: Digitalstrange: Eh,fark off Bittermitter. TBBT is a cute, harmless show that makes being a nerd a little less stigmatizing even as it caricaturizes it shamelessly.

No it doesn't.

tl;dr version:"The humour in The Big Bang theory relies on the audience siding with and relating to Penny, the character coded as "normal" in comparison to the main four guys. It also relies on the audience having a sense of superiority over Leonard, Raj, Sheldon and Howard. We're supposed to feel like we're cooler than them and that we're better than them. This then prompts us to laugh at the things which make them nerdy, which stop them being cool, which make them lesser. This is done, in my opinion, to stop them from seeming intimidating. It's essentially Chuck Lorre saying "Don't worry, these guys may have fancy degrees, they may be more successful and more intelligent than you but they like sci-fi and read comics. They're socially awkward and can't speak to girls. You're much cooler than they are so you're still better than them."


And I appear to be getting worked up....where exactly? I didn't write that article, so I'm not sure what you're trying to emphasize here.I'm not the one going around  calling people dumb asses and hipsters and generally attacking random people on the intarwebs for having different opinions regarding entertainment. I think TBBT sucks and the article I posted was relevant because its argument was counter to the claim that "TBBT makes being a nerd a little less stigmatizing" made by someone else. If you like it, whatever, I don't care, but here is why I don't and you are free to tell me why you do.

Like I said previously, go look at the actual exchange. One person said TBBT was "nerd black face", a comment that, while provocative sure, is hardly out of the ordinary for Fark and in 3 words pretty much tells you how they feel about the show. The reply consisted of "HIPSTER DUMBASS PRIUS NPR!!!LOLOL!!1!"

Whose getting worked up now?

Anyway, my point is simply you can have meaningful discussions about shows and entertainment without getting all pissy and acting like a fan of Community raped you as a little boy. Me not liking something is not tantamount to me attacking them.
 
2013-02-06 02:21:39 PM  
Save yourself a lot of time and just watch The Soup(10 eastern tonight on E!).
 
2013-02-06 02:22:57 PM  

bulsd: Bslim: bulsd: That explains how i just watched all the episodes of "How I Met Your Mother" on netflix.

Ooooof, you gonna be okay?

Yeah, i think so.  I co-marathoned episodes of Red Dwarf to separate it all.  Honestly, I, to this day, do not understand our obsession with Robin, and the woman that plays her.  She's not that attractive, IMO and isn't that funny either.


She's not supermodel hot but she is pretty. she enjoys sports, cold beer, and knows which end of a handgun gets pointed toward the bad-guy. *Shrug* She seems like a fun gal.
 
2013-02-06 02:26:12 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: to smart for the rest of us comdey?


*too smart...

//sorry, pet peeve
 
2013-02-06 02:33:40 PM  

rhiannon: Burr: Also, what is the Fark consensus on Person of Interest?

I for one enjoy it, but I never hear much about it on here.

My favorite new show of the past year or two. It has a lot of the original Mission Impossible feel to some of it.


Now, that's a show I hate-watch. For some reason, I cannot stand Jim Caviezel; never liked him, never will. But damn if I'm not there almost every week, wondering why the hell I'm watching this show.
 
2013-02-06 02:35:29 PM  
Gave BBT seven or eight episodes on an ex's request but it didn't entice me to keep watching. For the life of her should couldn't fathom why I enjoyed Father Ted, The Inbetweeners, and Peep Show.  Should have known that relationship was doomed from the get-go.

I did get some chuckles out of the camping episode.  Maybe they should do more stoner episodes and give the characters a chance to unwind.
 
2013-02-06 02:37:55 PM  

Friend_Computer: Gave BBT seven or eight episodes on an ex's request but it didn't entice me to keep watching. For the life of her should couldn't fathom why I enjoyed Father Ted, The Inbetweeners, and Peep Show.  Should have known that relationship was doomed from the get-go.

I did get some chuckles out of the camping episode.  Maybe they should do more stoner episodes and give the characters a chance to unwind.


If someone likes TNBS, and can't like Father Ted, you should just run away immediately, preferably while calling them nasty names.
 
2013-02-06 02:59:46 PM  
Why do the haters single out TBBT for having a laugh track? I find Laugh tracks as annoying as the next guy, but sitcoms have been using them since before TV was even invented. I like TBBT and I can think up bigger complaints about it than that....
 
2013-02-06 03:00:35 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: meanmutton: Welfare Peanut Butter: Ah, The Big Bang Theory. Or, as I like to call it, "The Nerd Blackface Show".

Why do people so enjoy saying stupid, racist things on the Internet?

For the same reason people love finding racism in things that aren't?


For the love of Bea Arthur, people, calm down. I honestly don't care about TBBT one way or another, it's just not a very good show. Again, this doesn't make me a hipster, or racist, or anything other than a person who doesn't like The Big Bang Theory. If you like it, that's cool. We can still be friends. Heck, ask nicely enough and I might make you a sandwich.

/it's not a racist comment
//someone posted a helpful definition upthread of what blackface is
///like I said, theater nerd
 
2013-02-06 03:01:39 PM  

Welfare Peanut Butter: FirstNationalBastard: meanmutton: Welfare Peanut Butter: Ah, The Big Bang Theory. Or, as I like to call it, "The Nerd Blackface Show".

Why do people so enjoy saying stupid, racist things on the Internet?

For the same reason people love finding racism in things that aren't?

For the love of Bea Arthur, people, calm down. I honestly don't care about TBBT one way or another, it's just not a very good show. Again, this doesn't make me a hipster, or racist, or anything other than a person who doesn't like The Big Bang Theory. If you like it, that's cool. We can still be friends. Heck, ask nicely enough and I might make you a sandwich.

/it's not a racist comment
//someone posted a helpful definition upthread of what blackface is
///like I said, theater nerd


Bea Arthur was kind of hot when she was young.
 
2013-02-06 03:10:12 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Save yourself a lot of time and just watch The Soup(10 eastern tonight on E!).


CLIPSHOW BLACKFACE!
 
2013-02-06 03:11:02 PM  
This is why I watched SMASH last season.  Though I hear they have a new showrunner and that the new season might actually not be a Mary-Snooze fest.
 
2013-02-06 03:14:32 PM  

Wellon Dowd: [i.imgur.com image 800x300]


I don't hate anything about dat ass.
 
2013-02-06 03:18:00 PM  
On the BBT vs Community battle, I am strongly on the Community side, but that doesn't mean I won't chuckle at a few gags during BBT reruns on TBS.

My hate watch show right now is Alias. I feel that I have to stick with it on Netflix even though it is just absurd (late 2nd season).

The show I can't handle is Two Broke Girls. What absolute dreck. I like stupid humor, my favorite comedy is Dumb and Dumber and my wife and I laughed our asses off at Rules of Engagement last night, but even Denning's assets can't get me to watch more than 30 seconds of that drivel.

/POI got way better as the season went on last year. I'll give them some room to adjust to everyone knowing about Emerson/Caveizel.
 
2013-02-06 03:18:39 PM  

TeddyRooseveltsMustache: Wellon Dowd: [i.imgur.com image 800x300]

I don't hate anything about dat ass.


I only hate that I'm not buried face-first in it.

i.imgur.com
 
2013-02-06 03:19:12 PM  
I've been hate watching Burn Notice for nearly a decade.  Main actor is just terrible, worst fake accents ever.  'Sexy' female lead looks like Skeletor.  Luckily it has Bruce Campbell in it.  They got the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who burned Michael.  Watch this season when they catch the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who ordered the guy who burned Michael.
 
2013-02-06 03:28:37 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: DarkSoulNoHope: They said the same thing about Howard Stern.

That's exactly what I thought.

What was that quote from Private Parts...?

Something about the average Stern fan listening for an hour and 20 minutes per day, but the Stern haters listening for two-and-a-half hours?


Seems to be who 90% of political blogs get their stories. Watch/lidten to something or somebody they don't like for hours to get enough to write that one paragraph of hate.

/the other 10% steals it
 
2013-02-06 03:29:04 PM  
Honestly, what's the point?

The minute I started to hate MTV, I stopped watching.

I saw one episode of Jersey Shore with my sister... I loathed it, never watched again.

I know about shows like the Kardassians, or Honey Boo Boo, and that kind of "reality" stuff... Seem like the kind of shows that I would hate, so I've never bothered watched them.

I know that a dose of hatred can be healthy from time to time (BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!!!), but why bother on keep watching something that you hate?

/Did someone already mentioned "Nerd Blackface" and "Geek Minstrel show"?
//And how "bronies are pedos"?
 
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