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2021-07-06 1:29:09 PM  
Spider-Man: Homecoming - Captain America Patience Full HD
Youtube aqNiC91xHoU
 
2021-07-06 2:16:34 PM  

I Ate Shergar: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/aqNiC91x​HoU]


Yup, that's the winner. ;)
 
2021-07-06 2:19:52 PM  
The Shwama scene was brilliant in its simplicity.
 
2021-07-06 2:36:51 PM  
It's a shame they stopped doing One Shots. Those were fun.
 
2021-07-06 2:44:13 PM  
The "Iron Man" stinger is my personal favorite, although that's more from looking at it in retrospect.  Watching it now, it's a promise of all the fun to come.
 
2021-07-06 2:54:55 PM  
I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.
 
2021-07-06 2:57:16 PM  

Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.


It doesn't seem like they make a habit of it with the shows. I know Wandavision had like maybe two, and I can't remember with Falcon/Winter Soldier had any.
 
2021-07-06 2:59:49 PM  

Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.


It's streaming. Just click ahead a few times and check once the credits start.
 
2021-07-06 3:01:25 PM  

Shostie: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

It doesn't seem like they make a habit of it with the shows. I know Wandavision had like maybe two, and I can't remember with Falcon/Winter Soldier had any.


Falcon had a couple. One with US Agent making his shiatty shield and one with Elaine arranging to sell secrets (probably a setup for Armor Wars)
 
2021-07-06 3:06:34 PM  

Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.


In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!
 
2021-07-06 3:12:07 PM  

shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!


And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!
 
2021-07-06 3:15:16 PM  

shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!


I guess it's better than 18 minutes' worth of commercials for a one hour show, but it's still stupid. The Mandalorian was particularly bad. Out of a half an hour show, you get about 17 minutes' worth of show, the rest is either opening or closing titles/credits. On the plus side, that show packs an amazing amount of story into an episode. But it's still silly to have half of the show be the farking credits.
 
2021-07-06 3:21:46 PM  

i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!


By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.
 
2021-07-06 3:29:21 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.


Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.
 
2021-07-06 3:32:53 PM  

i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.


Taylor Swift has the voice of an angle. Our Arial had the voice of a lonely Doberman.
 
2021-07-06 3:32:53 PM  

i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!


...and then to be told to drink your ovaltine?  Oval, because the screen was round.
 
2021-07-06 3:50:43 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.


Luxury! We didn't even have a television in our house. If dad wanted to watch a show (usually baseball, football or a boxing match) he'd take all us kids to the local saloon. There he'd have one of us climb up on the bar, adjust the antenna with one hand while holding a metal martini shaker in the other to improve reception. The rest of us waited our turn on antenna duty by pouring beers, waiting tables and cleaning the bathrooms. My little brother Jimmy was a math whiz and he ran the sports book. If we did a good job we were allowed to eat any peanuts that fell on the floor and could drink whatever we could get from the drink spill tray. On a good night we'd roll some of the drunks in the alley behind the bar, hoping for a enough money to buy a Hershey bar that the 5 of us could share for dinner. When the game was over we'd all pile into the station wagon and sis would drive us home while dad snored away in the back.
 
2021-07-06 3:55:15 PM  

Slypork: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Luxury! We didn't even have a television in our house. If dad wanted to watch a show (usually baseball, football or a boxing match) he'd take all us kids to the local saloon. There he'd have one of us climb up on the bar, adjust the antenna with one hand while holding a metal martini shaker in the other to improve reception. The rest ...


You had a house? And a dad?  Looooxury!
 
2021-07-06 4:00:34 PM  

Johnny the Tackling Alzheimers Patient: The Shwama scene was brilliant in its simplicity.


Yes, yes it was.
 
2021-07-06 4:04:59 PM  

Weird Hal: Slypork: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Luxury! We didn't even have a television in our house. If dad wanted to watch a show (usually baseball, football or a boxing match) he'd take all us kids to the local saloon. There he'd have one of us climb up on the bar, adjust the antenna with one hand while holding a metal martini shaker in the other to improve reception. The rest ...

You had a house? And a dad?  Looooxury!


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Only on Fark would we go from MCU credit scene's to this.
 
2021-07-06 4:09:31 PM  
"Stan Lee" Ending Scene - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2
Youtube TRiuX8am-og

Stan Lee didn't die. He's just lost somewhere wanting to tell more stories.
 
2021-07-06 4:20:14 PM  
The best ones are taken, but I have a soft spot for the Howard the Duck one. I really, really, really want them to tie in the 80s Howard movie and make it technically the very first MCU movie. Bring back Lea Thompson and Tim Robbins in the same roles even.
 
2021-07-06 5:13:54 PM  
Nothing like some dork's blog from May 2020.
 
2021-07-06 5:16:09 PM  

Wobambo: The best ones are taken, but I have a soft spot for the Howard the Duck one. I really, really, really want them to tie in the 80s Howard movie and make it technically the very first MCU movie. Bring back Lea Thompson and Tim Robbins in the same roles even.


Oh yeah.
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2021-07-06 5:30:17 PM  

Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.


It takes 30 seconds to check if one is there with FF.
 
2021-07-06 5:43:20 PM  

Unbridled Apathy: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

It takes 30 seconds to check if one is there with FF.


Good thing that you were entirely unable to grasp my point, I thought Fark was letting me down for a minute and then you showed up.
 
2021-07-06 6:18:00 PM  
The one in Far From Home is maybe the only time I've every screamed out loud at a movie screen.  The guy in the seat next to me also screamed.  Then we screamed at each other.  My kids were confused.
 
2021-07-06 6:27:16 PM  

Mikey1969: Unbridled Apathy: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

It takes 30 seconds to check if one is there with FF.

Good thing that you were entirely unable to grasp my point, I thought Fark was letting me down for a minute and then you showed up.


If you wiggle your mouse pointer a bit to the right, you can see if there's more coming.

I'm ashamed that I have to explain this.
 
2021-07-06 6:28:09 PM  

Mikey1969: Unbridled Apathy: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

It takes 30 seconds to check if one is there with FF.

Good thing that you were entirely unable to grasp my point, I thought Fark was letting me down for a minute and then you showed up.


Your point is that you'd rather whine and complain instead of doing something for yourself.
 
2021-07-06 7:04:47 PM  

Mikey1969: Good thing that you were entirely unable to grasp my point,


What is your point, though? It's an odd thing to complain about. Unlike on live television, long credits aren't holding you up from the next thing starting. You don't need to watch them. They don't take anything away from the show.

Since many shows these days have huge, movie-scale productions, yes, there are a LOT of people involved with making them become reality. I'm all for people getting credit for their work, so have at it. List 'em all. I can skip if I want to.

What is the problem with this, exactly?
 
2021-07-06 7:23:38 PM  
Spoiler Alert
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My favorite one was the cat barfing up the Tesseract on Fury's desk at the end of Captain Marvel
 
2021-07-06 7:32:37 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.


Taylor Swift has the voice of an angle.


You're being obtuse.
 
2021-07-06 7:36:33 PM  

iron de havilland: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.


Taylor Swift has the voice of an angle.

You're being obtuse.


Acute as ever.
 
2021-07-06 7:54:14 PM  
I mean, he's technically MCU now:

Deadpool - Post credit scene HD
Youtube IQXxpiz3qqA
 
2021-07-06 7:54:34 PM  
End Credits Scene | Deadpool 2 (2018) Time Travel Funny Scene
Youtube lDrCCef6n-U
 
2021-07-06 8:01:46 PM  

i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.


No that's Becky
 
2021-07-06 8:06:58 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: iron de havilland: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.


Taylor Swift has the voice of an angle.

You're being obtuse.

Acute as ever.


Isosceles!
 
2021-07-06 8:14:50 PM  

i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: iron de havilland: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.


Taylor Swift has the voice of an angle.

You're being obtuse.

Acute as ever.

Isosceles!


That just ain't right.
 
2021-07-06 8:44:17 PM  

I Ate Shergar: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/aqNiC91x​HoU]


I farking hated this one
 
2021-07-06 8:45:42 PM  

skyotter: Mikey1969: Unbridled Apathy: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

It takes 30 seconds to check if one is there with FF.

Good thing that you were entirely unable to grasp my point, I thought Fark was letting me down for a minute and then you showed up.

Your point is that you'd rather whine and complain instead of doing something for yourself.


His point is "shut the fark up fanboy, watching the credits is annoying and always has been"
 
2021-07-06 8:51:41 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift has the voice of an angle. Our Arial had the voice of a lonely Doberman.


newspapersinfiction.files.wordpress.comView Full Size
 
2021-07-06 8:59:02 PM  
What did you guys think of the credit stinger from the last episode of Loki?

I know it was super quick and enough is left to your imagination to say it didn't really happen, but what a tease. Loki and a six-legged horse? Way more daring than I expected from Disney+.
 
2021-07-06 9:21:23 PM  

Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.


I knew it from some mild spoiler telling me to watch but I've felt nervous on every end credit of Loki thinking there's supposed to be some detail I'm supposed to be picking up on. Meanwhile I screw around on Fark
 
2021-07-06 9:22:56 PM  

shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!


In my day the credits started the show and went on for 5 minutes while the theme song played and then also at the end. It usually screwed timing for taping the next show off of tv
 
2021-07-06 9:27:35 PM  

EdgeRunner: What did you guys think of the credit stinger from the last episode of Loki?

I know it was super quick and enough is left to your imagination to say it didn't really happen, but what a tease. Loki and a six-legged horse? Way more daring than I expected from Disney+.


For those that didn't see it the first time
Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-06 10:40:12 PM  

i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: iron de havilland: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: PartTimeBuddha: i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!

By Gum, ye had it easy. Our TV only worked when our little sister stood in a particular position in the living box holding out a plastic tray of stolen macaroons at shoulder level. (She was named 'Becky' at birth, but once we discovered her amazing properties, we renamed her 'Arial'.) Sadly, there was a risk that she might grow, so Mom and Pop were forced to make her smoke 80 Woodbines a day to stunt her growth, She died, aged 19, height 4'10", in 1990, through acute cardiac distress. But we had Sky by then so it kind of all worked out.

Um, I'm pretty sure that's Taylor Swift.


Taylor Swift has the voice of an angle.

You're being obtuse.

Acute as ever.

Isosceles!


Eek!  Will Adderall.
 
2021-07-07 12:17:43 AM  
I have a particular fondness for this one because what he says is so relevant to what's happening in this country.

King T, Challa (Black panther) adresses to United Nation
Youtube 9HRtDtaPi3g
 
2021-07-07 4:28:19 AM  

NeoCortex42: It's a shame they stopped doing One Shots. Those were fun.


I've seen a critics saying that, despite all its flaws, "Tomorrow War" is a bit of fresh air because it does to try to set up a universe or a sequel, and is self-contained.
 
2021-07-07 6:08:13 AM  

padraig: NeoCortex42: It's a shame they stopped doing One Shots. Those were fun.

I've seen a critics saying that, despite all its flaws, "Tomorrow War" is a bit of fresh air because it does to try to set up a universe or a sequel, and is self-contained.


Watching it now and I still don't get why they didn't ask people to just fark like mad. One child policy is now 10 child policy.
 
2021-07-07 6:29:12 AM  

i state your name: shoegaze99: Mikey1969: I can't believe they're putting these things in the TV shows. I don't sit and watch 7 minutes' worth of credits on a TV show, so I missed the Loki one until I saw the news stories about it. Any others in the TV series universe that I should be aware of? These credits are ridiculous nowadays.

In MY day television credits were 4.3 seconds long and we LIKED it that way. We had to walk seventeen blocks to my Aunt Gertrude's house to watch them on her 8-inch black and white Edison TV. The letters were so small we couldn't read them and the onions on our belt stunk up the whole room. Then we had to work in the meat-packing plant until 2am!

And the screen was round and we had to spend 30 minutes wrapping an entire roll of tin foil around the rabbit ears before the show started and one of us would lose rock-slate*-sharper rock** and have to stand there the whole time moving the rabbit ears around to keep the signal.

/*paper hadn't been invented yet and we wrote on pieces of slate with chalk.
//**scissors hadn't been invented yet either.
///harumphf!


Rocks!  Rocks!?
Luxury!
We had an as not yet coalesced cloud of dust orbiting the newly formed sun, and we liked it!
 
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