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#52 Dec 07 2011 at 7:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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This is why I don't watch much tv beyond wheel of fortune because my wife loves it, and the local news. Everything I watch is usually off netflix and it's usually a documentary on ancient egypt or aliens. Sometimes both.

Man, Wheel of Fortune is such a lame show. The contestants are freakin' morons. Jeopardy is much better.

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My fave this season was Hope Solo. That girl was built! But half the time her costume covered her abs. Smiley: disappointed


I'm actually quite proud of myself for never having seen that show but recognizing her as the goalie of the US women's soccer team.

Don't ask me what sporting event... women's world cup? Olympics? Both?
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Well, they weren't going to sell that shit to people with working taste buds.

I was about to ask if you meant PBR or Grey Goose and realized it didn't matter.
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Ok. My first thought was "What the **** is PBR?". After several minutes of free-associative thinking, I'm left with the somewhat bizarre conclusion that you meant "Pabst Blue Ribbon". Is that correct? And what the **** does that have to do with hipsters? Smiley: confused

Same reason they think it's ironically hip to wear bowling shirts or mechanics' shirts (even better if it has someone else's name on the patch)


Hipsters are apparently very different in the rest of the country then. I've never seen any hipsters around here who'd be caught dead wearing or drinking any of that stuff. Maybe the California hipsters have decided it's hip to eschew the "normal" hipster stuff? Too hip to be hip? No clue. Just never heard of any of these things associated with those people (and yes, I've known a number of them).

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Although I read somewhere once upon a time that PBR's inroads with the hipster crowd was fairly carefully planned and marketed. Sort of like idiots deciding that Grey Goose was a premium vodka.


You're just making fun of Smash now, aren't you?

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#55 Dec 07 2011 at 8:36 PM Rating: Excellent
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I've never seen any hipsters around here who'd be caught dead wearing or drinking any of that stuff.

Dunno what to tell you there. Maybe your hipsters don't get the newsletter.

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You're just making fun of Smash now, aren't you?

If he's drinking Grey Goose because he thinks it's a premium vodka, I'm cool with him being made fun of.

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Hipsters are apparently very different in the rest of the country then. I've never seen any hipsters around here who'd be caught dead wearing or drinking any of that stuff. Maybe the California hipsters have decided it's hip to eschew the "normal" hipster stuff? Too hip to be hip? No clue. Just never heard of any of these things associated with those people (and yes, I've known a number of them).

I know you're not aware of this, since you are part of it, but California is a completely different dimension apart from the rest of the known universe.

I've known PBR to be best used to teach minors how to drink before they go off to college. One such friend is such a hipster, he grew a Johnny Ringo moustache - and not for Movember, either.
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The hipsters in Athens GA were drinking PBR before it was cool.

The craft brew snobs in this town don't talk to the hipsters any more.
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The hipsters in Athens GA were drinking PBR before it was cool.

The craft brew snobs in this town don't talk to the hipsters any more.


Just as well. Craft brew sold out and went mainstream, man.


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Craft brew snobs are hispters, aren't they?

You know, in the main.
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#60 Dec 08 2011 at 5:06 AM Rating: Excellent
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No, just snobs. Not special-snowflake enough to be hipsters, UNLESS they've discovered a particularly obscure craft beer that no one else likes.
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#61 Dec 08 2011 at 7:03 AM Rating: Excellent
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My line-up of shows is Fringe, Grimm, American Horror Story, Walking Dead, Ice Road Truckers (yeah, I know, but it can be pretty intense sometimes), Person of Interest and occasionally Harry's Law and I'm still a fan of L&O:SVU. Oh, and Game of Thrones when it resumes sometime in the next decade. Smiley: mad
#62 Dec 08 2011 at 7:12 AM Rating: Excellent
Sanctuary, Haven, Always Sunny, and Alphas are pretty good. I watch Tosh.0 now and then, but it can be very hit or miss.

If you didn't check out Neverland earlier this week, I'd recommend seeing when syfy is going to encore it. I thought it was decent.
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#63 Dec 08 2011 at 7:19 AM Rating: Good
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I've made a real attempt to have 'shows' as in the past I've often felt a bit dumb and left out of the detailed water-cooler conversations about some of the more popular series. So, I'm currently making an effort to follow Terra Nova and Once Upon a Time. My husband watches all sorts of stupid stuff so sometimes I'm exposed. Currently, he's all about the Alaska Gold-mining show and The Big Bang.

Anyway, none of my historically favorite shows made this list. Mostly they're on PBS - Nova, Nature, Austin City Limits, All Creatures, etc. I think we can assume they'd be liberally loved and conservatively disliked. But really who could dislike Antiques Roadshow.

I do like Stephen Colbert, he's cute, smart and pretty dang funny, but mostly I watch him on youtube videos that people link me as his show is on during my gaming time. Smiley: blush
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#64 Dec 08 2011 at 12:57 PM Rating: Excellent
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Ugh, think my hipster cred just got shredded. /shudder


Yeah hipsters don't need to drink sh#t beer. Please god no.
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This is why I don't watch much tv beyond wheel of fortune because my wife loves it, and the local news. Everything I watch is usually off netflix and it's usually a documentary on ancient egypt or aliens. Sometimes both.

Man, Wheel of Fortune is such a lame show. The contestants are freakin' morons. Jeopardy is much better.


Oh I totally agree with you here, half the fun of watching is to make fun of people, but Jeopardy is over by time I get back from work so I'm kinda hosed here.
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ArexLovesPie wrote:
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This is why I don't watch much tv beyond wheel of fortune because my wife loves it, and the local news. Everything I watch is usually off netflix and it's usually a documentary on ancient egypt or aliens. Sometimes both.

Man, Wheel of Fortune is such a lame show. The contestants are freakin' morons. Jeopardy is much better.

Oh I totally agree with you here, half the fun of watching is to make fun of people, but Jeopardy is over by time I get back from work so I'm kinda hosed here.

When I worked at Rent-a-Center I'd be vacuuming the showroom floor at 7 after closing, and put Jeopardy in captions on the bigscreens so I could read and play along. The shift manager though I was crazy, shouting out random things while cleaning up in the dark. "Straits of Gibraltar! Pythagoras! Grand Tetons! Phrenology!"
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The shift manager though I was crazy, shouting out random things while cleaning up in the dark. "Straits of Gibraltar! Pythagoras! Grand Tetons! Phrenology!"

Of course he thought you were crazy. You needed to answer in the form of a question!
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Just about everything on both lists is sh*t.

Ugly just watches The Red Green Show.
I'm conservative, not a Republican redneck.

There's a couple of shows on there I like, but by far and large, it's all utter sh*t.

Edit: Having reread it, the only shows on the lists I do like are hated by one of the groups, but not on the favourite list of the other.


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The Walking Dead is probably part of the "Likes" section of that list.
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Man, I f***ing love Jeopardy. One of the biggest losses in not having cable...

My aunt was actually on the show once, and my dad took the test to play--he ended up one right answer short of getting on. But both of those were back when it was a dollar and cents kind of game show. XD It was literally the next season when they had the award hike.
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Before it was cool to be ironic, me and friends down at college (mid 90's) drank Stag beer. Much worse than PBR. If we had all been old enough, we would've been hitting up the local bar that had it on tap.
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Speaking of cheap beer, a few of my classmates went to one of the local tiny craft brew places to drown our sorrows in $2 pints tonight.

$2 pints of craft beer is heavenly. Almost made up for that miserable data management final Smiley: frown
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Before it was cool to be ironic, me and friends down at college (mid 90's) drank Stag beer. Much worse than PBR. If we had all been old enough, we would've been hitting up the local bar that had it on tap.


I lived off keystone light for about three years. Now that I'm financially stable my wife and I only drink that finest craft brews available.

Pretty much just Rogue Dead Guy and Harp Irish Lager for her.
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The Walking Dead is probably part of the "Likes" section of that list.
That would be the only one i like.
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#77 Dec 14 2011 at 12:24 PM Rating: Good
In the 80's, $9 got you a case of Blatz.

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ArexLovesPie wrote:
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Before it was cool to be ironic, me and friends down at college (mid 90's) drank Stag beer. Much worse than PBR. If we had all been old enough, we would've been hitting up the local bar that had it on tap.


I lived off keystone light for about three years. Now that I'm financially stable my wife and I only drink that finest craft brews available.

Pretty much just Rogue Dead Guy and Harp Irish Lager for her.

My father always drinks Old Milwaukee. As a kid, I thought that must mean it's the best beer EVER, so one time I asked to try a sip. It tasted HORRIBLE. I asked him how he could drink that, and he said "When I was younger, it was the cheapest beer I could afford. After a few decades of drinking it, you get used to it."

For my generation, the "cheap" stuff is probably Natty. And of course, Four Loko if you just want to get plastered for next to nothing. I'm willing to spring extra to drink Sam Adams or Yuengling (which is actually still pretty cheap).
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Before it was cool to be ironic, me and friends down at college (mid 90's) drank Stag beer. Much worse than PBR. If we had all been old enough, we would've been hitting up the local bar that had it on tap.


I lived off keystone light for about three years. Now that I'm financially stable my wife and I only drink that finest craft brews available.

Pretty much just Rogue Dead Guy and Harp Irish Lager for her.

My father always drinks Old Milwaukee. As a kid, I thought that must mean it's the best beer EVER, so one time I asked to try a sip. It tasted HORRIBLE. I asked him how he could drink that, and he said "When I was younger, it was the cheapest beer I could afford. After a few decades of drinking it, you get used to it."

For my generation, the "cheap" stuff is probably Natty. And of course, Four Loko if you just want to get plastered for next to nothing. I'm willing to spring extra to drink Sam Adams or Yuengling (which is actually still pretty cheap).


Beast used to be the cheapest back when I was in undergrad, coming in at $1 less than Natty (and better tasting, IMO). I think we could pick it up for $7-8 a case or so, until my senior year when they jacked the price to $11 for some unexplained reason. Then we just switched to Busch at $12. Most other folks opted for the Natty then.

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#80varusword75, Posted: Dec 14 2011 at 12:59 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) No wonder you liberals have such clouded thoughts. You're either drunk, hung-over, or planning to get drunk.
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True story.
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Partially irrelevant, but I just upped my monthly cable bill by $10.00 yesterday so that I might watch H2 (formerly "History International") and the Science channel, now that History and Nat Geo are filled with petty ******** reality shows like Swamp People and 10x reruns of Pawn Stars and American Pickers.

Also irrelevant to the OP, but relevant to my prior comment, I just went to the Nat Geo channel's web site to jog my memory of some of the stupid shows they've been putting out and was greeted with a single 728x90 advertisement... nothing else. It appears they REALLY hate adblock users, enough so that they're willing to degrade their entire web site for the sole purpose of presenting the user with a banner ad. /smh
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No wonder you liberals have such clouded thoughts. You're either drunk, hung-over, or planning to get drunk.


That we manage to be so much more intelligible while stone-drunk than you are while sober says a lot more about you than it does us.

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It's been 3yrs years since i've had a drink and don't miss it one bit. Unlike most of you people I don't need booze to get laid.


Who said anything about getting laid? Boozing is its own reward! Smiley: boozing
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Are you a recovering alcoholic, Varus?

Otherwise, it always makes me shake my head a little when people go to an extreme in avoiding something like that. Alcohol's been a rich part of human civilization since the start and, while getting blitzed nightly isn't a wise idea, bragging about complete abstinence seems unnecessarily Puritanical and depriving yourself of an experience for no good reason.

I feel the same about TV. Yeah, there's a lot of crap on TV. There's some really good stuff as well. Watch the good stuff and don't watch the bad stuff. Bragging about not owning a TV (or a working TV) seems like bragging that you don't own any books because most books are pretty stupid.
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Also irrelevant to the OP, but relevant to my prior comment, I just went to the Nat Geo channel's web site to jog my memory of some of the stupid shows they've been putting out and was greeted with a single 728x90 advertisement... nothing else. It appears they REALLY hate adblock users, enough so that they're willing to degrade their entire web site for the sole purpose of presenting the user with a banner ad. /smh

Works fine for me. Chrome with ad blockers installed.
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I see a fairly average car.. which you've parked on the grass. Could you be any more of a redneck?
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It's been 3yrs years since i've had a drink and don't miss it one bit. Unlike most of you people I don't need booze to get laid. That's what my pimp ride and piano skills are for.


Unlike you I don't have to try and overcompensate my Napoleon complex with cars, expensive gadgetry and whatever other unnecessary **** you kids put into your cars these days.

Better get that limited edition cup holder installed in your console from Edlebrock, otherwise people will figure out your have a tiny *****.
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No wonder you liberals have such clouded thoughts. You're either drunk, hung-over, or planning to get drunk.

It's been 3yrs years since i've had a drink and don't miss it one bit. Unlike most of you people I don't need booze to get laid. That's what my pimp ride and piano skills are for. http://media.photobucket.com/image/2005%20altima%20ser%206%20speed/SupermanRox305/My%2520SE-R/IMG_0072-2.jpg superman sticker not included.

Wow, my two drinks a night means I'm a boozer. Go smoke some more pot you fucking hippie.
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People that drink 2-3 drinks a day are less stressed and live longer. Varus will be dead in 6 months at the rate he's going.
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I feel the same about TV. Yeah, there's a lot of crap on TV. There's some really good stuff as well. Watch the good stuff and don't watch the bad stuff. Bragging about not owning a TV (or a working TV) seems like bragging that you don't own any books because most books are pretty stupid.


I SAID I was being pretentious. Smiley: mad

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I SAID I was being pretentious. Smiley: mad


Whichever anonymous blob said this, you're drawing a terrible analogy. You don't need to own a TV to watch (what are normally called) TV programmes. Now, you could say you can read using an e-reader, and argue that owning e-books doesn't qualify as owning books (tenuous), but to do so robs your argument of any sting it may have said.

So stand up, sit down and shut the fuck up, you pumped-up chump. How dare you have an opinion not consonant with my own?
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People that drink 2-3 drinks a day are less stressed and live longer.

Especially when they're Bloody Marys. V8 and horseradish FTW. Not to mention vodka!
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You don't need to own a TV to watch (what are normally called) TV programmes.

If you brag about not owning a TV and then watch all the same stuff online (or whatever), you're just a ****** anyway.
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You don't need to own a TV to watch (what are normally called) TV programmes.

If you brag about not owning a TV and then watch all the same stuff online (or whatever), you're just a ****** anyway.



But I'm a happy ******, so there's that.

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Well, you're saving on your cable bill and actually buying TVs...
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People that drink 2-3 drinks a day are less stressed and live longer.

Especially when they're Bloody Marys. V8 and horseradish FTW. Not to mention vodka!


God that sounds gross...
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