Originally posted by roasted porkchopchildren are in danger. education is in danger.
what tv shows do you like. i like the one called the middle, about the family in indiana where the lady sells cars. i also like to watch the shows about cooking alot.
Originally posted by rwingettInteresting....
children are in danger. education is in danger.
the written page is the scriptorium being burned by the ipad vikings
twenty years ago [b]i turned off my televison and raised my children without it.
my son has today the job of his ambition, a crime reporter on a major newspaper.'
my daughter, teaches third grade children in a utah elementary ...[text shortened]... you who love television and rock stars and allow your children to do the same are fools.[/b]
Originally posted by mikelomI was quoting another post made by roasted porkchop elsewhere. I have no idea what it means. And I don't have any children.
"Children are in danger. Education is in danger."
Who are the people responsible for this?
The latterly dangerous and abusive parents, and uneducated educators, perhaps?
Originally posted by Loose ScrewI am a huge fan of Arrow.
Game of Thrones
Person of interest
That kind of stuff.
Originally posted by SuzianneLost is awesome, but the ending is questionable, it's best to keep your opinion to your self as some Muppet always tries to impart their philosophical lost ending views down your neck.
Did you like Lost also?
I'm slowly going through the first season via Netflix.
What about Fringe?
Originally posted by leestaticYeah, I keep asking myself, "What if I spend all this time watching this and the ending turns out to be lame and weak?"
Lost is awesome, but the ending is questionable, it's best to keep your opinion to your self as some Muppet always tries to impart their philosophical lost ending views down your neck.
Originally posted by SuzianneDo you not invest your time in Lost unless you are fully expected to be let down by the series finale.
Yeah, I keep asking myself, "What if I spend all this time watching this and the ending turns out to be lame and weak?"
That's a lot of hours to not get back and do something else with. Maybe that's why I never got into it before.
I'm a little more optimistic about Fringe. They held that series over for a half season in the fifth year just to clear ...[text shortened]... so maybe the ending on that was clean. Not quite through the first season on that one yet.
Originally posted by Suziannei suspect you might like the ending, stick with it,its also worth watching just for the eye candy, sawyer/hurley bromance and the numerous 'lost' based drinking games such as -
Maybe I should just skip to the last episode, hehe.