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 +1Posted on May 8th, 2013 | re: Sarah Dunne's "Mwah" Music Video (19 comments)

This is what happens when technology becomes TOO accessible to the general public. Some things should just be left to the professionals…

 +8Posted on Jan 25th, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (51 comments)

I think it’s interesting though because Jim has always been Pam’s doormat in a way. She led him on for years and used him to make her feel better about herself when she was so unhappy with Roy. He has done nothing but support her every decision and rally behind her when she wanted to accomplish something (they even referenced her love for his “Beasley!” reaction) I think she has forgotten that she up and left for art school to attempt to follow her dream. Up until recently, Jim’s only real dream was to be with Pam. I think that’s why his new obsession with this job is a little jarring. I can’t see them ending the series with them breaking up so the only logical option is that they officially move to Philly. I would be pretty depressed if they ended the series with him losing his dream job and returning to DM for the finale. So depressing!

 +5Posted on Jan 25th, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (51 comments)

I agree about the Jim and Pam argument at the end. Normal couples would have definitely had that argument but Jim has shown nothing but love and adoration for Pam throughout the entire series and that scene just seemed really out of place and weird. I always imagined this “Philly” scenario would end up causing some strain and drama on their relationship, but that was just way too out of character. I can only make the assumption that they had to amp it up a little because they needed to progress the story faster before the end of the series. What if Brian the sound guy has fallen for Pam? Also, it’s getting super obvious that Pete and Erin are the new Jim and Pam. Andy is the new Roy and has quickly become my least favorite character on the show. They’ve made it clear that the documentary crew stuck around to follow Jim and Pam so it only makes sense that they move on to a new subject since things have gotten “boring” with regards to their relationship. I can’t wait to see how they wrap everything up. I’m pretty sure I’m gonna cry no matter how it ends…

 +10Posted on Jan 25th, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (51 comments)

I’m gonna miss Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23. Just like Ben and Kate, it was really starting to find it’s footing…

 +9Posted on Jan 25th, 2013 | re: This Week In Comedy Open Thread (51 comments)

What if Brian is into Pam? He’s been filming her forever and fell in love with her? What is Pam leaves Jim for Brian? AAAARGH!

 0Posted on Dec 21st, 2012 | re: The Best Viral Videos Of 2012: A Retrospective (38 comments)

That was a brief reminder of all the hours I’ve wasted online in 2012. So…thanks?

 +8Posted on Dec 21st, 2012 | re: Trust Fall FAIL (17 comments)

I’d catch him so hard…

 +2Posted on Dec 20th, 2012 | re: The Perfect Crime: Mouthful Of Ice Cream Bandit (23 comments)

The Canadian police have a lactose intolerance to this type of behavior…

 +18Posted on Dec 19th, 2012 | re: The Eagle Snatching Baby Video Debate Of 2012 (26 comments)

A Bald Eagle would have succeeded. AMERICA!

 +2Posted on Dec 18th, 2012 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Favorite Viral Videos of 2012 (49 comments)

The girls in #6 are Connie Britton’s daughters on Nashville…

 +9Posted on Oct 12th, 2012 | re: The Vice Presidential Debate 2012 Open Thread (82 comments)

I don’t trust anyone with a widow’s peak…

 +10Posted on Oct 12th, 2012 | re: The Vice Presidential Debate 2012 Open Thread (82 comments)

You must have missed the several times that Paul Ryan stared directly into your soul as he told rehearsed sounding stories about how Romney gives money to crippled car wreck victims and stuff. I don’t think I would have minded a Biden chuckle at that moment…

 +18Posted on Oct 12th, 2012 | re: The Vice Presidential Debate 2012 Open Thread (82 comments)

Inappropriate smiling and laughing aside (although did we really expect anything less?), I felt that Joe Biden really dominated that debate. He effectively shut Ryan down on several occasions and came across as a more experienced and knowledgeable politician. Sure a couple of his facts were a little off, but ultimately the debates tend to be about charisma and personality. Most decided voters don’t even bother watching them because they either do their own research and already have the facts going into the thing or they are people who always vote for their party regardless of the issues. The abortion portion (LOL – Don’t get any ideas McDonald’s) of the debate was very concerning. I appreciated that Biden stated that although he backs up his church’s position on the issue, it is not his place to impose that on to people who don’t share the same beliefs. Ryan clearly stated that he can not separate his faith from his job (right? did he say that? that’s what I gathered…) Ultimately, Joe Biden came across as my wisecracking, no-nonsense grandpa and I liked it. Ryan held up ok, but came across as a little uncomfortable. Did anyone else notice how much water he drank? I kept worrying that he’d pee his pants!

 0Posted on Sep 20th, 2012 | re: Saturday Night Live: Seth MacFarlane And Frank Ocean (50 comments)

Definitely surprised by Seth’s performance. I’m not really a fan of Family Guy, but I’m not sure why people hate it so much. It’s not the most clever comedy on tv, but it serves it’s purpose. I think American Dad gets unfairly lumped in with Family Guy and The Cleveland Show. Again, not the best but you have to admit that the jokes are funnier. Plus, Roger is one of the funniest cartoon characters on tv. With regards to SNL, you can definitely see the potential with some of the new cast and writers. I LOVE Kristin Wiig, but her time was up. The show was beginning to feel stale and it needed some new faces and writers to liven things up. Overall, good job first episode!

 +5Posted on Aug 16th, 2012 | re: Alright, Let's Talk About The Family Research Council Shooter (20 comments)

Dave Holmes. Will you have my adopted children? I like you.

 +5Posted on Aug 10th, 2012 | re: Our TV Is Not The Problem With Our Culture (63 comments)

“Vajiggle Jaggle” is my new everything…

 +3Posted on Aug 9th, 2012 | re: Ladies, Get Over Here! I Have Some Big Shia LaBeouf News! (33 comments)

I almost puked while watching Anti-christ…

 +4Posted on Aug 9th, 2012 | re: Ladies, Get Over Here! I Have Some Big Shia LaBeouf News! (33 comments)

He looks like he has smelly everything…

 0Posted on Aug 8th, 2012 | re: Cheerio Burning Homophobe Fired (38 comments)

Fire guy! This guy knows what I’m talking about!

 +2Posted on Aug 8th, 2012 | re: Cheerio Burning Homophobe Fired (38 comments)

Here’s what’s gonna happen.

This guy loses his job. This guy gets a fund set up in his name by the exact same people who flocked to Chik-Fil-A on August 1st. This guy gets a million undeserved dollars “bullied grandma on a bus” style and laughs all the way to the bank.

We live in a society that rewards this type of behavior. He’s now an internet star and will most likely get to co-host the Hate Awards with Kirk Cameron.

 +1Posted on Aug 8th, 2012 | re: Cheerio Burning Homophobe Fired (38 comments)

if your butthole looks like a cheerio you may have a problem…

 +14Posted on Aug 8th, 2012 | re: A Friendly Chat With Gabe And Kelly: Joan Rivers' Costco Book Protest (27 comments)

That was like when your mom and dad fight and dad makes mom look like she doesn’t know what she’s talking about and then mom gets frustrated but she just accepts it because “let’s not fight in front of the kids!”…

 0Posted on Jul 31st, 2012 | re: Courtney Stodden Confirms Her Reality Show On Twitter (14 comments)

If I wanted to watch a TV show about a 40 year old 17 year old who looks like a lizard I’d watch…oh wait. I guess we need this…

 +4Posted on Jul 27th, 2012 | re: Antoine Dodson Finally Breaks His Legendary Silence About Chick-Fil-A (33 comments)

Thank you for getting my play on words :) It’s the little things in life…

 +9Posted on Jul 27th, 2012 | re: Antoine Dodson Finally Breaks His Legendary Silence About Chick-Fil-A (33 comments)

This is where it gets tricky. Which is the lesser of two evils? Being completely open about their beliefs and owning up to the fact that they give money to these anti-gay organizations or being secretive about it and then issuing fake apologies when busted? Chik-Fil-A has been pretty open about their religious beliefs since the day they opened their doors. Are we really that surprised that they give to these anti-gay / pro family organizations? They are closed on Sundays for Christ’s sake! Any company willing to give up a whole day of profits in order to worship the Lord is most likely going to take this stance.

I am more offended by the use of the Bible (yet again) to dismiss their disapproval of something. At this point, the Bible argument is tired. We all know that there is not one person on this planet that follows that thing 100%. They’d be in jail. I would have been less bothered had he stated that his religious beliefs don’t approve of homosexuality and as a human being living in America he has every right to believe that. As a human being in America (gay or not), I have the right not to visit his establishment because I don’t agree with their views. I kinda wish all companies were more honest about this stuff. You gotta admit that this guy has some balls. And if there’s one thing that gay guys like myself love…it’s balls.