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I thought I'd start a non poetry thread here, and ask what shows you love and hate? I'll start with my hate ons first LOL I grew to HATE HATE HATE the Drew Carey Show!! OMG That obnoxious Mimi. The whole perpetual loser thing with Drew, and all the characters were obnoxiously dumb or nasty in their own way, and the show was overbearingly loud. Also, I hate any pro wrestling shows...sorry, just can't get into it. Any most reality shows, especially the really pop culture ones, like the Kardasians (is that how you spell it)? And Family Guy started out as edgy, but it's become rather vile, in my eyes. The formatting of it is beyond annoying, too. The perpetual flash backs "it's like the time I..." ugh
Now, what I love...I love bar rescue. I know, I know it's a reality show, but it's what I call "reality lite," like face-off and such. They are more based on interesting topics like bar management, hollywood make up effects, etc. They don't rely on the more obnoxious type of drama too. I also love Bob's Burgers and Archer HHHMMM...other show I love. I loved the vampire show that was on for a tragically long time, Kindred: The embraced SIGH What a great show, and it was on for a miserable 8 episodes! American Dad is great, though I'm afraid of it going the way of Family Guy and becoming incredibly crass and crude. I can already see them going that way a bit, possibly. Alot of the adult cartoons tend to do that. I love Conan, too, especially the skits he does, like with Joel Schlansky.
When all is said and done, though, I am watching record lows of TV. I have 100+ shows on my DVR at any given time, and I'm honestly not compelled to catch up on them any time soon. My focus in life right now is my art in general, (poetry, music, all the other little artsy things I do), and going out to see shows n such.
So...what are your favorite and least favorite shows?
it's a split cassette with Darren McClure & Derrick Hart. my side is solo material. check out the lovely cassette on the Inner Ocean bandcamp. you can also get the digital files.
I have a huge respect for the other artists involved and for this label so I'm really honored to have this release out there...
Hope you'll like it and feel free to comment !!
Is there someone who visits the community frequently who would feel comfortable editing "tags" in posts? Basically - if you see a new release or a poem or a gear post... you would edit the tags and add the appropriate ones. This position comes with no money, but a lot of thank yous. Send me a message if interested.
UPDATED: Are Pictures on the front page getting too big? (answer YES)
I've had a complaint that some pictures in posts (especially ones that are "portrait" where the photo is taller than wide) take up a huge amount of space and could we make them smaller. It's up to the community... if you'd prefer people scale back the images (maybe 300 pixels wide instead of full size) - great - or if no one minds the full size images - I'm ok with that too.
Multiple people feel that images that are taller than wide ("portrait") when full size are just too huge... please when you post these click the width to a smaller size. In the comments below is a screenshot from me showing you how. If you forget - no worries!
Galactic Travels Playlist #869 for November 28, 2013.
On this week's edition of the program, since it's going to be very cold here in Texas, I'll be playing winter related ambience. This will most likely be a two part series so expect more frosty ambience on Friday the 13th as well.
on this week's program, I'll be playing artists like Mystified, Luciftias, Cold Sun, Kirill Platonkin, Mathias Grassow and the feature cd of the week is Arctic Isolationism by Seetyca With Mystified.
So get out those blankets, though they won't help escape the icy drones which will be out in full force.
The frigid temperatures begin plummeting starting at 11 PM tomorrow on www.stillstream.com/
Thanks for listening.
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