Lots of stuff makes me laugh. That show just isn't very funny.
Originally Posted by tridacna
he likes internet fights
Actually, I enjoy intellectual disagreements where both sides have a point and can argue their point. If the other person has to turn to name calling, then I have clearly won and can proceed to make them look like the moron they are without any name calling.
Originally Posted by Swampthing
When you compare this show to a majority of what we society are fed, I guess its ok. However all TV blows, no question there. With that being said, TV sucks. Who likes to pay to watch advertisement?
Have you debadged your truck yet? If not, then you paid to advertise for Toyota.
I pay for a DVR. That way I can skip the advertisements.
Do not mention his name here. He spits on us and talks crap and you're directing people to him from our site? I don't think so. I know you're neutral and that's fine, but please do not mention him here.
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