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Anti-Matter at CERN
RE: Anti-Matter at CERN
(20th December 2016, 19:22)Alex K Wrote:
(20th December 2016, 19:20)Anomalocaris Wrote: Hot compared to Amy?


That is praise so faint even she deserves better.
RE: Anti-Matter at CERN
(20th December 2016, 18:01)SteelCurtain Wrote: I only watch BBT out of commitment now. It hasn't really been overtly funny for a couple of seasons. It first seemed like a huge nerdy inside joke, now they've sort of expanded the viewing audience so much that there are very few of those moments any more.

I feel the same way. At some point the show really jumped the shark.
The fool hath said in his heart, There is a God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.
Psalm 14, KJV revised edition

RE: Anti-Matter at CERN
Yes, but unless a show becomes truly aweful, I usually come back periodically in its later life just to see where it was going.
RE: Anti-Matter at CERN
I'll also note, for me to watch a show with no males in it I find attractive (well, Raj a little bit if he wasn't such a wuss) is kind of amazing.
If any email controversy impacted the election, it wasn't Russian hacking of the DNC and  John Podesta's email, it was Hillary Clinton's decision to have her own email server and the subsequent FBI investigation which raised all the same  questions  Hillary Clinton has justifiably faced for decades about her trustworthiness and honesty.

RE: Anti-Matter at CERN
I gave up watching the Big Bang Theory years ago. You know that a series has run out of inspiration when they start using formulaic jokes making fun of minorities or hint at someone being sexually abused as a child yet the character hasn't realised.
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