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#26 OFFLINE   machavez00


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Posted 07 December 2007 - 09:38 AM

Bill Maher in HD :barf:

His show will probably be the last to go HD. He'll find excuses and how high def hurts the environment and is responsible for the killing of animals.

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#27 OFFLINE   sigma1914


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Posted 07 December 2007 - 09:43 AM

I didn't like Seinfeld at first. Thought it was annoying. Missed most of the first season, but then something happened and I began watching it and it became an obsession.

Wow...I was the same way with Seinfeld. I thought it was the dumbest show on tv "about nothing." Then around the last 2 seasons, I too, became obsessed. In college, I got my roommate hooked, we Tivo'd every repeat and watched them countless times...during studying, ps2, hangin out, whenever. To this day, we constantly quote & reference Seinfeld.
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