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Nerd of Batman, sports, logic, Diddy, objectivity, Star Trek, personal enlightenment, Lincoln, the Rays, psychology, mic dropping. Kind've in that order.
-- It's the Mrs. Carter tour. Uh oh, it's a feminism issue. There is almost something subversive about waiting until the strongest moment of your career, which is where Beyoncé finds herself now, to do away with the infamous glossy mononym in favour of a second name your own husband doesn't even use.
-- The next Star Wars installment is going to focus on Yoda?
-- Star Trek out a couple days early if you used a certain app to get tickets. Using the special "Star Trek Into Darkness" app, a "first-of-its kind movie app" according to Paramount, fans were able to "unlock movie tickets for show times on Wednesday, May 15 at 8:00 p.m. -– two days ahead of the film’s scheduled release on Friday, May 17." The May 15 release will happen in IMAX 3D.
-- If you think about warmer, destination type climates, you'll be able to guess the two biggest party schools in America, and the other top 98. --
-- I believe that everyone needs to find their own creative niche in life. I wonder if I could be hired to do this if radio doesn't work out. I'd eventually get over being up stories and stories in the air on the side of a building. --
-- Simple statistics about the Go Daddy commercial. --
-- Once you get past the comical 'extended look' part, it's what you've probably already seen of Iron Man 3. --
-- I've always thought that reality TV wouldn't stop pushing the envelope of shock until someone died, possibly on live tv. Almost like 80s movie The Running Man, where it's a game of death.
But the harrowing shock and gore I've seen on The Following, including a knife up through a man's neck last night, has shown me things I thought I'd never, ever see on network television.
The acting is jut barely believable, and the plot and concept are just average, to me, but the amount of dread you feel watching a show at just 9pm on Fox is something you've got to experience for yourself.
With the amount of blood seen on a week to week basis, I don't see how this show can last without being moved over to Fox's sister network, F/X.
-- Understandbly there's a lot of ire ridden Lebron vanity plates that Ohio said no to.