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Craig Ferguson 'consciously uncoupling' from 'Late Late Show'
Mon Apr 28, 2014
Completely agree with the Tom Snyder comment. A unique style that thankfully no production ever tried to duplicate. It couldn't have been done. Name any 'late nighter' and Snyder was heads above every single one of them. And respect goes out to Ferguson. He really was in an 'odds-against' position a …
Bruno Mars goes for the gold for Super Bowl halftime show
Sun Feb 2, 2014
In reply to: Jim-1317646 #2 +1
Don't double dip: Velveeta warns of shortage
Tue Jan 7, 2014
In reply to: Ad-3515655 #25.1 Yep, just like the pre-Super Bowl announced "chicken wing shortage" of 2013. The prices shot up overnight. Ironically, there was no chicken breast shortage running in tandem. Perhaps GMO mad scientists procured a method of hatching wingless chicks and its been an indust …
Duck Nation has spoken: 'Duck Dynasty' poised to be biggest cable show of all time
Wed Aug 21, 2013
It's a celebration of simplicity.
Luxury car thieves target Mercs, Beemers...
Tue Jul 30, 2013
Yeah, I agree with the Merc thing. I got sucked into this story by its headline half-expecting part of this story entailing a DMV hacking a la Gone In 60 Seconds where thieves were locating old Mercurys. It would have made for the better story. I guess the author is showing his youth here. Merc will …
'The Bible' sequel is coming to NBC
Mon Jul 1, 2013
Roma's period-correct platic surgery mirrored Mother Mary's 1 B.C facial features perfectly.
American invasion of 'Downton Abbey' continues: Paul Giamatti joins cast
Mon Jun 24, 2013
Outside of the angst of parroting, chided DA purists, this should be a seamless transition based on Giamatti's role in The Illusionist as Chief Inspector Walter Uhl. They definitely picked the right actor. I'm certain the writing for his role will compliment his talents - as it does for all the acto …
'Game of Thrones' fans: Finale was 'disappointing'
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Well, it's the signature of the series, so far. All three seasons have had epic #9 and decending #10 episodes. Unusual by any drama series standard, but I guess the producers dare to be different.
Online game maker Zynga to cut 18% of workforce; sees worse quarterly loss
Mon Jun 3, 2013
In reply to: Jenni Johnson #17 I tend to agree ad-sponsored givebacks will have to be a key part of further life for social games. The current something-for-nothing model is wearing thin.
USA Today founder Neuharth dies in Florida at 89
Fri Apr 19, 2013
Publishing daily betting lines in the early years did more for that paper than anyone would care to admit. That alone was daily bread for many in the pre-net days. I still enjoy their paper, but like many, I've have fallen out of the every day purchasing pattern. Their website really sucks, unfortun …
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