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Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014SUGGEST NEWS

Attack in Canada
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 22nd, 2014 @ 8:30PM


Slippy wrote: - 2014-10-22 20:30:08

This was a pretty crazy day for us up here:

I find it odd that on the same day this happens, a guy happens to jump over the White House fence.. is it just coincidence?


"Shia LaBeouf" Live - Rob Cantor
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 22nd, 2014 @ 1:37PM


New Google Inbox
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 22nd, 2014 @ 1:32PM



Wednesday Random News
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 22nd, 2014 @ 10:05AM

Tuesday Random News
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 22nd, 2014 @ 12:33AM

Ferguson Police @ St Louis, MO
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 22nd, 2014 @ 1:26PM

Added a poll.

This Michael Brown was a total thug. The cops just did a shitty PR job of telling the story. They shoulda rolled out pictures of the cop being smashed up by the guy.

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Michael Brown Shooting?
2014-08-21 16:44:32

He was a thug

44% (11)

cops fault

20% (5)

dont know

16% (4)


20% (5)


Hearing that the local police have been relieved of duty, the State County Police being shooed the hell away and probably going to be receiving some discipline, then the new head guy (from the State PD) marching with fellow protestors ... well, it just was nice to see that some public servants know how to work with the people.

There's still a lot more that needs to happen, but it has some momentum now. People got pissed, and hopefully that anger won't go away too quickly. Instead I'd like to see it transferred to some legislation to help increase accountability of Law Enforcement.

To spend all that money, get so much equipment and still fight against personal cameras is just too much. Too many truly think of civilians as second-class citizens once that uniform goes on.

Smokin Joe
- 2014-08-14 20:13:07

At this point, I blame the media for fanning the flames of this incident. I've done my best to ignore the Ferguson news, but it's everywhere. I think it has become a self perpetuating news cycle (until something more interesting happens elsewhere). It's like the news media is in full blown cheerleading mode hoping that things continue to escalate.

I just don't know how this thing gets resolved. People have the right to assemble. People have the right to be pissed off about how Brown was killed. People have the right to be suspicious of how the news media was treated by local law enforcement in Ferguson. However, the violence on Friday night (shootings/Molotov cocktails at police) and continued property crimes against the citizens of Ferguson (looting, etc) can't be ignored by law enforcement.

What do you do when the presence of law enforcement is inciting certain agitators to act up, and at the same time these acts require the presence of law enforcement to investigate and protect the public interest? Law enforcement can't abandon the town. The troopers can't just strip down a minimal level of protective gear when items are being thrown and people are getting shot.

The governor hoped to diffuse the situation by removing the local police and sending in a different set of uniforms (the State Police). The State Police Captain did his best to reach out to the public and send the message that peaceful assembly would not be infringed upon. But the situation continues to deteriorate, and now the National Guard is involved. I'm not sure how it works at the state level, but I'm speculating the governor will have to declare some form of emergency and expand the curfew. This really sucks for the people who live and work in that town and who could give a fuck less about the protests. Law and order needs to be maintained, and some liberties may be curtailed in order to clamp down on a handful of provocateurs. All the while though, you can bet the news media will be chirping and talking heads will be yakking away about the police state.

- 2014-08-18 12:08:23


TV Update
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 22nd, 2014 @ 1:23PM

TV Current Status

  • 10/22 - Gold Rush Alaska is back on.
  • 10/22 - Homeland is pretty cool. I recommend that show.
  • 10/13 - Geez the Last Ship is scary as hell! Time to build a bunker and hide.
  • 10/12 - Walking Dead back on
  • 10/10 - Flash is on. It was a bit cheesy but decent. It's cool they got the original guy again. I remember that show as a kid.
  • 10/9 - American Horror Story is back on. Geez that show is scary as fuck.
  • 10/8 - Homeland is back on.
  • 9/24 - Started Tyrant. Thanks BIVRIP.
  • 9/18 - Sons of Anarchy back on. That was some nasty stuff.
  • 9/18 - Tried Z-Nation. It's soooo bad. It's like porno quality.
  • 9/17 - Finished watching season 1 of Black Sails. I thought it was super awesome. I want more episodes.
  • 9/14 - Boardwalk Empire is back on.
  • 9/11 - Trailer
  • 9/6 - Walking Dead Back on Oct 12.
  • 7/30 - The Bridge Season 2 is on - That show sure is nasty.
  • 7/30- Falling Skies Season 4 is on
  • Under the Dome is back - Show is so dumb.



  • Naruto
  • The Bridge
  • Under the Dome
  • Ray Donovan
  • Boardwalk Empire
  • Sons of Anarchy


  • 10/5 - Homeland
  • 10/8 - Arrow
  • 10/12 - Walking Dead

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Recently started/upcoming:

Falling Skies - currently on season 4, episode 4
Ray Donovan - season 2 starts tonight
Hell on Wheels - season 4 starts Aug 2
Boardwalk Empire - season 5 starts Sept 7
The Blacklist - season 2 starts Sept 22

That's pretty much it for now, most of the usual shows discussed here won't start back up until late September/October. If you're looking for something new to watch, try these (all rated at least 8/10 on IMDB if that makes a difference to anyone):

Banshee - Cinemax show about a guy pretending to be the sheriff of a small town. Holy jebus is this good. Warning, show gets plenty violent.
Black Sails - Starz show about pirates!
Da Vinci's Demons - Starz show about Da Vinci during his younger years.
Hannibal - NBC show about Hannibal Lecter. Been meaning to watch this for awhile now, I've heard great things
Halt and Catch Fire - AMC show about a fictional take on how the personal computer was realized. Sounds boring but the characters really draw you in.
Last Week Tonight - HBO show with John Oliver. The format is similar to Daily Show but it's much much better as he only focuses on 1 major topic and 2-3 minor ones allowing for more thoughtful commentary/analysis. Every episode so far has been amazing.
Penny Dreadful - Showtime show about the supernatural. Reminds me kind of of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Rectify - SundanceTV show about a guy who gets released from death row on a technicality
Silicon Valley - HBO show about guys starting their own start-up. Funny.
The Americans - FX show about Russian spies in the US during the cold war era.
Turn - AMC show about spies during the American Revolution
Tyrant - FX show a about a guy living with his family in exile in the US, returns home where his ruling family preside over a war-torn middle eastern country. Never seen anything quite like it. Great show.
Vikings - Show about Vikings. Go Ragnar!

Honourable mentions:

Continuum - Showcase show about time travel
Dominion - Takes place 25 years after the movie Legion. Pretty good so far.
Helix - Good sci-fi show about virus taking over a science facility in the Arctic
The 100 - Seems a little ridiculous but I can't stop watching it.
The Last Ship - Good action show about an epidemic that is wiping out the entire world.

Upcoming new shows that I think show promise:

The Strain - FX show by Guillermo del Toro starting tonight
The Knick - Cinemax show by Steven Soderbergh, starts Aug 8
Legends - TNT show about an undercover FBI guy, starts Aug 13

Yes, I watch a lot of tv :)

EDITED: 2014-07-13 09:23:14

- 2014-07-13 09:14:32

the killing season 4 is on netflix tomorrow(aug 1)
it has 6 episodes i think

- 2014-07-31 06:32:24


Tuesday, October 21st, 2014SUGGEST NEWS

Heroes of the Storm
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 21st, 2014 @ 5:07PM

10/21 - got (14) heroes to level 5+
10/19 - Trying the Faerie Dragon now.
10/18 - It's all I do now until 2 a.m.. My new fav is Zeratul.

Heroes of the Storm is totally recommended. I've never played those types of games before or have been interested them at all but something is really great about Heroes of the Storm. I love the characters, progress on your character/heroes etc. I play TONS of this game. So keep an eye on it.


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BlizzCon Band: Metallica
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 21st, 2014 @ 10:37AM

Metallica is coming to BlizzCon® 2014! On November 8, Blizzard Entertainment’s two-day Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® community celebration will culminate with Metallica performing to a sold-out convention crowd, broadcast worldwide through the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket.


Monday Random News
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 21st, 2014 @ 1:27AM

ISIS (Terrorist Fux) : We're at War!
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 21st, 2014 @ 9:57AM

These guys are the Nazi of our time.

Can anyone make a legitimate case that ISIS is a credible threat to the US? No? Then as horrible as ISIS may be its not America's problem. Stop wasting money on pointless wars and start re-investing in the economy, infrastructure and education. Let them fight it out amongst themselves.

- 2014-08-26 19:13:03

Source: Drudge

Monday, October 20th, 2014SUGGEST NEWS

Navy Ships
Posted by: Nebuchadnezzar on October 20th, 2014 @ 5:19PM

We sunk this carrier off North Carolina

I sat here a long time reading about each ship that are in reserve or being scrapped/sold at:


The National Defense Reserve Fleet (NDRF) consists of "mothballed" ships, mostly merchant vessels, that can be activated within 20 to 120 days to provide shipping for the United States of America during national emergencies, either military or non-military, such as commercial shipping crises.

At its peak in 1950, the NDRF had 2,277 ships in lay-up. In 2003, it had 274. In July 2007, it held 230 ships, primarily dry cargo ships with some tankers, military auxiliaries and other types.




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