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  • snookums

    snookums

    March 10, 2015, 3:16 pm

    I hate IMDb's boards, because all the non-mainstream movies are guarded by dragons who will insinuate that anyone who doesn't care for a bloated cow patty that's puffed itself up with a little vagueness must be to stupid to understand it. If you don't know what I'm talking about, check out the forums for Guy Ritchie's Revolver. The movie was just horrible, but because Ritchie threw in some garbage about Freudianism and the Kabbalah, morons who've tied their self-esteem to their ability to interpret it's "depth" viciously attack anyone who calls the bullshit.

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  • Mutual

    Mutual

    March 10, 2015, 4:53 pm

    The ability to deny on pre-existing conditions also screws over people, such as myself, who have a pre-existing condition due to no fault of their own.

    I found out a year ago that I was born with a rare genetic illness that causes, amongst other things, kidney failure. Luckily, I'm still listed as a dependent on my father's (awesome) insurance. But in a few months the insurance company no longer has to cover me by law, which means they will promptly drop me. After that it's literally impossible for me to get insurance from a private insurer. My disease is one of the first one's listed on every insurer's list of "if you have this, we won't cover you". Situation's like this shouldn't be allowed to happen.

    Whatever, I can't wait to leach off of Medicare in a few months.

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  • Lanik_M

    Lanik_M

    March 10, 2015, 11:30 am

    The power went out in my apartment building one night. We were told not to leave the apartment because the emergency lights that were supposed to illuminate the hall were not working. The hallway had no windows. At all. Anywhere. On my floor, which was above any street lights, not enough light even came in from under the apartment doors to illuminate a little patch on the ground. It was pure inky blackness.

    After a while of listening to my mp3 player I decided to get up and check the peep hole to see if the lights in the hall were on yet. Sure enough I can see the lights on in the hall. Took me about 1.5 seconds to unlatch the door and fling it open. Complete and utter darkness stares me in the face. This is the part of the movie where the character gets yanked into the shadows by some unseen force never to be seen again so I promptly slammed the door.

    I look back into the peep hole a few seconds later and the lights were on again. I did not reopen the door.

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  • goingnorthwest

    goingnorthwest

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    Dante Hicks: Have you become so embittered that you now feel the need to attack the handicapped?

    Randal Graves: What handicap? They guy's just in a wheelchair, it's not like he's Anne Frank or something.

    Dante Hicks: Anne Frank?

    Randal Graves: Yeah, Anne Frank. The chick that was all duhhh, till the miracle worker showed up and knocked some smarts into her.

    Dante Hicks: You're talking about Helen Keller.

    Randal Graves: No I'm not, I'm talking about Anne Frank. She was deaf, dumb and blind.

    Dante Hicks: No she wasn't. Helen Keller was deaf, dumb and blind.

    Randal Graves: Are you sure?

    Dante Hicks: Yup.

    Randal Graves: Then who the fuck's Anne Frank?

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  • restrik

    restrik

    March 11, 2015, 1:23 am

    Yea, heaven forbid that someone make a TV show that's compelling, deep, and rich with characters and story (Lost, Heroes, CSI, House, etc). That takes too much effort and money.

    What needs to happen is we go back to maybe a 16 hour TV day. 4 hours of news in the morning and evenings, 8 hours of actually decent programming.

    The issue, in my opinion is that there's "Too much of a good thing." Network ratings are down because of multiple factors such as Cable programming getting better, as well as DVR and Internet viewers. Another cause might be that the nelson rating system is completely outdated in today's world.

    Fox is notorious for canceling shows that are just starting to gain a fan base. Family Guy, Futurama, Firefly...All prime examples of this. "We don't have 10 billion people watching this show? Get it off and put on more Idol!"

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  • Avarith

    Avarith

    March 10, 2015, 6:14 am

    I think even Narisetti's bosses would agree that their policy does not really prove a journalism's trustworthiness. But they do know what this Twitter caused: thousands of messages from idiots who watch T.V. and expect their newscasters to be either impossibly neutral automatons or in no conceivable way against the passionate opinions of said viewers. In other words, this policy is damage control, not some kind of moral statement about journalistic integrity. I am entirely against the policy, and I agree that it can potentially be very harmful--but let's define it as what it is.

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  • twifofi

    twifofi

    March 11, 2015, 9:55 am

    John Salley former NBA star (kinda) used to come over to my house in Pistons bad boy days and rock the gange with my dad.

    I met Ice Cube once when I was 13. We were on the same flight and when I walked up to him I was at that moment listening to his tape on my Walkman.

    Worked in the building that Chris Webber lived in, real cool dude. Talked to him everyday, really chill nice dude.

    Met Jerome Bettis one night when I was hammered in downtown Detroit. He promised me he would come back and win the Super Bowl the next year. And he did.

    Johnny Rzenick - total douche

    Almost ran over Stephen Stills once, it was awkward.

    Little Richard at a Dennys - Scary looking upclose

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  • AtTheKevIn

    AtTheKevIn

    March 11, 2015, 12:28 am

    I feel the treatment I got was necessary. They originally wanted to send me to a state run institution but there was no space available so they sent me to a different place that caters to adolescents and young adults. They said they were going to transfer me to the state run place when a bed opened up but my parents stepped up and said that they wanted me to stay there. I didn't have to pay for the time I was there while they were thinking I was going to get transferred.

    I hope I didn't leave early, even though I thought it was necessary I did not like at all waking up in that bed everyday. I'm going to an out patient program to follow up with what I just went through.

    Thank you for your support I hope you are getting the proper treatment you need.

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