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  1. Surprising how ready we are to give someone else's ALL for our causes (judgements). We have no real idea what happened, but it's just so easy say (type out) what someone we don't even know "should" do.
  2. Skycatcher

    Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I've been looking for "how long" spoilers. I'm surprised that I can't find any. Spoilers seem to be an industry all their own on other programs.
  3. Skycatcher

    Season 16 Discussion

    We have another game we play. "What the hell is Kelly wearing?????!!!!!!" Woman needs a stylist, or maybe a new stylist, STAT. Also, the time may be coming when the success of a show is judged by the amount of screaming noise it can generate. There'll be a little "scream-o-meter" in the corner of the screen and the highest/loudest program will win the overnight ratings regardless of content. ETA: I'm officially a curmudgeon!
  4. Skycatcher

    Season 16 Discussion

    RANT! I wish someone would tell the singers to enunciate! Unless I happen to know the lyrics (rare) I can't understand more than a few words. It's become a joke in our house as we call out the few words we do hear clearly. I agree that the band overplays and contributes to the problem.
  5. Skycatcher

    Season 16 Discussion

    After last night's awful singing I'm kind of dreading watching tonight.
  6. Skycatcher

    Aftermath in the Media

    Anyone read this week's Enquirer cover story about Shelly Miscavage "being found" after 13 years? I won't spend the $$, but am curious what it says.
  7. And once the celeb had "confessed" his most secret desires and transgressions to the auditor, that info will go into a "blackmail" file, and CO$ owns them forever. Both Cruise and Travolta have been dogged by gay rumors. Both have denied the rumors. But if there was any truth behind them, the auditors would know. Behave yourselves or....... For either of them, or any other image conscious celeb, that would ruin their careers forever.
  8. Plus the cult promises success. Actors are especially vulnerable to such promises in a very tough industry. And if you don't succeed, it's your fault. You're doing it wrong and need to buy another class/package/more books/counciling sessions.
  9. Time to bump the schedule up. Thanks to green and peachmangosteen for the original posts.
  10. I hope you didn't miss understand what I wrote. I was being facetious about "hateful." As I said in my second sentence, it's not (hateful) at all. I edited "hateful" to "racist", although I was trying to avoid using that word. I am so tired of people who have a hair trigger on political correctness. IMO getting bent because a person wearing a head scarf is compared to another person wearing a headscarf is the height of stupidity and usually comes from someone who enjoys being a professional victim. Sound like anyone we know? BTW - I was privilaged to know Roy who was like a brother to my boss. I adored him then and still do. He was the epitome of a gentleman, and a gentle man as well.
  11. Just like Kato "knew" Tamar wanted to get back to her son?
  12. Making that comparison is about as racist as saying all men who wear cowboy hats remind you of Roy Rogers. In other words, not at all.
  13. I had to Google it..... "A drug house, also known as a trap house, bando, jugg house, or crack house....." Sounds like "do as I say not as I do." Oh, well, as long as it brings in enough money to keep buying those classes, books, and packages, I guess anything goes, right?
  14. After the first week I would be curled up in the fetal position in some corner hugging a "bankie" and sucking my thumb. Maybe it's like..... Those who can, do. Those who can't, snark.
  15. Note: I am NOT posting this as a political comment. My thoughts are only for comparison. I am watching Rachel Maddow, who is doing a piece on the NRA. According to her the NRA seems to be crumbling, with financial troubles, an internal meltdown and being caught in the Russia investigation. I mention this ONLY because the NRA organization has always seemed well-financed, monolithic and very powerful. If what Maddow says is true about the organization having serious problems, it gives me hope that an equally monolithic organization such as CO$ might be vulnerable as well. "The times they are a-changin'," and through the works of Remini and Rinder and others, CO$ may be ultimately be brought down by those changes.