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Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Miss Shawty, Feb 19, 2015.

  1. Stang

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    This and you secretly loathe HairyAssHairyAss and the fact I drive him insane brings you pleasure. Not like weed or floating in semen stew but close.
     
  2. Boots

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    No, I like that your views are permanently saved online and publically available for anyone to read. Always good if anyone wanted to look back and see what kind of a person you were.
     
  3. Stang

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    This is me not caring. :lol:
     
  4. Boots

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    Clearly.
     
  5. infatuous

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    It was posted in a Netflix thread because of the post regarding the Netflix tax, which is just another Liberal cash grab similar to the carbon tax. Neither tax will do anything to enhance the lives of Canadians and will instead only make us poorer.
     
  6. infatuous

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    What would we talk about on here if we all agreed with one another? Holy shit that would be boring.
     
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  7. Boots

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    ok, back to Netflix talk :lol:
     
  8. Dewie

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    I love that people can express their different opinions on here, I certainly don't agree with everyone. I do have a problem with the level of chauvinism and ignorance exhibited though and as such simply chose to not see it/feel compelled to share my opinion/feed the bear.
     
  9. infatuous

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    The OA - good show. :)
     
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  10. Scott

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    fixed
     
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  11. hank

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    This tax is a standard sales tax though. I'm surprised to learn that we aren't paying HST on Netflix already
     
  12. hank

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    I enjoyed the OA and had mixed reviews on the ending. Probably because people were saying it was a terrible ending before I finished it so maybe I was expecting it to be worse than it was? Either way, it was a bit rushed but left things open for season 2 and made me go back and try to connect some dots from earlier shows.
     
  13. Scott

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    it was the whole last episode I didnt like. tried to cram way too much into it.
     
  14. HairyAss

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    I disagree with plenty of people on here. :lol:
     
  15. Boots

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    Once Trump puts a tariff on internet bytes, we probably won't ever hear from you again :(
     
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    It is not like Stang is running around dropping Nbombs. He has different, somewhat skewed views, but he is entitled to those. It creates some conversations.
     
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  17. Boots

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    Exactly.
     
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  18. HairyAss

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    You don't have to "drop n-bombs" to be racist and make racist comments.

    Regardless, I don't see what he posts. I just wish Boots would fix the Ignore feature so it's not so confusing.
     
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  19. Boots

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    Un ignore him. All you're doing is giving him the satisfaction of knowing you can't deal with him.
     
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  20. HairyAss

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    I desire less negativity in my life. Stang is over the top negativity, so having the option of muting him and still entertaining myself here is a good one. I do the same thing with people on Facebook.
     
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    Ditto this.

    I know numerous other members who have had him ignored and even debated not using the site entirely (some that no longer do) due to this member. They stopped ignoring him not because they want to see the garbage but because of how poorly the forum handles it. I don't understand why the behavior is permitted (encouraged) personally.
     
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    No Tomorrow is fantastic! He thinks the world is ending, she is a type with pens organized by color and they bring out the best in each other. Just a little bright mindless watching. Highly recommend!
     
  23. HairyAss

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    So, getting sucked into The Crown. Really well done. Lithgow is awesome.
     
  24. Boots

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    New Bill Burr special the 31st :bigup:
     
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    I liked it. I hated that Downton Abby show and thought it would be the same but it's much better.
     
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    I am going to bet that the FBI agent placed those books under her bed because the government is going to be after the rest of the 5. Why else would he have been in the house? Also how did she learn how to read when she was blind her entire life?
     
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    she wasnt blind her entire life, she only became blind after the bus accident.
     
  28. HairyAss

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    1717 ArodArod - you guys want to put spoiler tags or start a new thread if you're going to discuss the cliffhanger on a show?
     
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    I don't know many kids who are probably in grade 1 that can read the Iliad
     
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    Trust me there are plot holes galore, but that's probably the smallest one
     
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    I started watching Crazy Head. I like it so far! It's a British show involving demons and supernatural beings...right up my alley!
     
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  32. HairyAss

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    Started The OA. 3 (?) episodes in, a bit weird, but getting hooked into the story.

    Finished The Crown and Lemony Snicket. Snicket was amazing, can't wait for more. The Crown was OK. I fell asleep a few times.
     
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    pumped for Santa Clarita Diet solely for timothy olyphant. everything he does is awesome.

    no homo










































    a little bit homo
     
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  34. Grifter

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    That's why I call him Olyphantastic.
     
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    Season 5 of Bates Motel comes out on Feb 20th! Hopefully in the morning so I can binge watch it all day :x:
     

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