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  1. i don't know it seems like there is more censorship on tbs, from first observation. Like bleeped words, "rape" , etc..
  2. I liked seinfield, friends, arrested development, blackadder- saw on PBS. I remember watching the last episodes of seinfield. I didn't really know which ones were new or not.
  3. Space ghost before he became a talk show host. Birdman. Dexters Laboratory I didn't like johnny quest. The wacky racers (sp?) Toonami anime like Ronin Warriors, DBZ. SWAT KATS was one of my favorite shows. I used to make a lot of paper airplanes after watching that show.
  4. Michael Cera really showed a different character than normal, but with some similar qualities to his arrested development character. I absolutely loved this movie. I saw a screening and plan to watch it again when it comes out. It is a non stop barrage of jokes which really works. It beats out my number one movie Fight Club.
  5. wired is a good magazine that fits your description.
  6. No, continue, please. Because I'm pretty sure you were just trying to be pretentious and flaunt your nutritional understanding of fat vs. sugar. You said you dont like the comparison, but they arent making a comparison. The commercial doesn't say "Drinking a soda has the same nutritional impact as drinking this huge glass of fat!" They just want to disgust you. So how does this deter you from soda if they aren't comparing soda to fat? The disgust factor is meant to say that it's the same thing as drinking a glass of fat. Yeah, they're throwing in the shock value, but yes, actually, they are trying to say that the nutritional value is similar (It is of course an exaggeration). They're using the commonly held (false) belief that dietary fat = body fat. If this belief didn't exist, they would use something else, and make it disgusting (For instance, if it was meat instead of fat, they might use meat scraps). They are showing the public that high sugar = higher change of weight gain, but they're also telling the public that dietary fat = high chance of weight gain. So they're implicitalk tly supporting the false belief in their attempt to raise awareness for the real issue. One Soda has a lot of calories. If you take in more calories in than you burn, then you gain weight. Nowhere does it talk about sugar.
  7. What ads? I'm actually kind of curious. BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others). http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html Funny, but I don't like the comparison: http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/ Just throwing a link without explanation is kinda confusing. The key thing is that soda contains lots of calories, more than an average person can burn off.
  8. What ads? I'm actually kind of curious. BTW, stop eating carbs for a month or so, and you'll no longer find fat repulsive. (<-Anecdotal experience, although confirmed by others). http://www.greenmuze.com/nurture/health/1980-drinking-liquid-fat-soda.html
  9. I stopped drinking soda mostly because of those nasty ads comparing people drinking soda, to drinking liquid fat.
  10. I thought people like to drink, so why is getting the person to drink, a bad thing?
  11. It is racist if it is towards Blacks. If blacks use it, I think it is really dumb. I get called the "n word" all the time and I'm asian.
  12. I didn't like it at the beginning. But after a while, I liked it not as a comedy, but an adventure movie. There were a few laughs but not much.
  13. How can you play wii sports resort without a wii motion plus? Every game uses it. I like the swordfighting, archery and table tennis.
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