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I know some offices she can put bees in, can I pay "anonymously?"

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GoT was really a slog anyways. I could see it falling into anonymity even if it had a "good/great/satisfying" ending.

Are people so eager to re-watch TWD? The "ground breaking" bleakness gets old in that too.

I mean yes and no. GOT held folks focus for 7 seasons, it was talked about very often, people got bumper stickers, people named their kids after characters. Then season 8 happened and no one really knew what happened. It went to hell in a handbasket so fast that no one cared. There is crash and burn and then there is GOT final season. So much so I am not even interested in the new show they are making.

Yeah, excitement for The Walking Dead faded over time. Later seasons certainly had moments people were excited for, but getting to them was becoming more and more of a slog and each season was more and more of a letdown. GoT was still going strong and keeping people excited into the final season.

TWD has been shockingly bad for a long time now. At least GoT had the decency to end things quickly.

I went back and skipped around focusing on Arya/Tyrion stuff. But that was about it.

I have really enjoyed the last few seasons of TWD.

EvilHomer3k wrote:

TWD has been shockingly bad for a long time now.

*$#& take incoming

Spoiler:

Did they ever get off that farm where the SPOILERS REDACTED was totally obvious the entire time but they dragged it out for an entire season just to see how willing we were to stick around and watch filler?

Nevin73 wrote:

I went back and skipped around focusing on Arya/Tyrion stuff. But that was about it.

I'd watch a "best clips of X" retelling of GoT but I'll never watch the whole thing again.

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Hiding the TV remote from my 7 year old is punk as f*ck?

Jonman wrote:

Hiding the TV remote from my 7 year old is punk as f*ck?

No, that's child abuse. You monster.

merphle wrote:
Jonman wrote:

Hiding the TV remote from my 7 year old is punk as f*ck?

No, that's child abuse. You monster.

*puts merphle's name in the "used to being in total control" column*

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I'd go with hair in the eye lash.
Or shifting sand in a shoe.

Everything they purchase will be in a blister pack.

Getting into those bananas is gonna be a bitch.

cartoonin wrote:

Everything they purchase will be in a blister pack.

Whoa, whoa! The curse specified a minor annoyance! Blister packs are going too far!

Three words: incurable jock itch.

The first bathroom you go to is ALWAYS out of toilet paper. Hope you can make it to the second!

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Two kinds of people

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I love it. But I'd point out that much of the angst we Xers feel is driven by the fact that Boomers and Millennials significantly outnumber us and regularly ignore us or lump us in with the other when convenient.

My teenage boys know a great way to piss me off is to call me a Boomer. D4mn Zoomers!

JLS wrote:

I love it. But I'd point out that much of the angst we Xers feel is driven by the fact that Boomers and Millennials significantly outnumber us and regularly ignore us or lump us in with the other when convenient.

We also adapt to technology like Millennials...
but complain about it like boomers

I'll side with the millennials any day.

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Cory Doctorow published a short story collection several years ago that featured a story about a coping with cancer message board where the members get so fed up dealing with their insurance that they gradually talk each other into suicide-bombing insurance companies and politicians who vote against healthcare reform.
I feel like it’s only becoming more plausible a narrative.

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JLS wrote:

I love it. But I'd point out that much of the angst we Xers feel is driven by the fact that Boomers and Millennials significantly outnumber us and regularly ignore us or lump us in with the other when convenient.

My teenage boys know a great way to piss me off is to call me a Boomer. D4mn Zoomers!

My 9 year old daughter thinks it's hilarious to call me a boomer - even though I'm literally 1 year off being a Millennial. And like Q-Stone, I'll side with Millennials on pretty much any subject.