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12:48am 09/09/2006
 
 
LocaKitty
i have to wonder...would watching the ABC docudrama or fakeumentary be bad?

i mean, would it be like, "I had to see it to see what I was railing against." or "I had to see it because it was a train wreck." or "I can't watch it because I don't want to give ratings (even though I'm not a Nielsen household) to such trash." or "I have to watch it so I can take notes and then go through and refute everything it says."

Maybe I'll just save myself the headache of trying to find a place to watch it.

I'll probably forget about it tomorrow.

:)


Oh, and I'm still drunk.
mood: drunkdrunk
 
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 wednes
 
09:43am 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Wednesday Lee Friday: Hurley in Hospital
I was having that same conflict about whether or not to watch.
Then I found out that FOX Sunday was all new.

I wish I had the will power to boycott FOX and ABC, but my two favorite shows (after Daily Show/Colbert) are on those networks.
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 carazona
 
02:44pm 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Even though I have no clue what documentary you're talking about since I try my hardest to stay away from the news, or politics, or real life in general...lol I'm offering you to come watch it here if you decide you want to and need a place. :)
 
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03:58pm 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Why We Cite: Against Sexism

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 parilous
 
03:24pm 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Paril
I think it's silly to deliberately avoid watching a program because it's controversial. At the very least, you get to see first-hand what people will be talking about. At the most, you'll be inspired to research the program and separate fact from fiction.

I don't know how networks know how many people are watching their programs. Is it extrapolated from the Nielsen data? Anyway, you could always have someone record it for you. Chris has a tv card for his new computer; I could ask him to save the show and burn it to DVD so you can watch it on your computer. Or, chances are, someone will post it on YouTube or Google Video or whatever, too.
 
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 parilous
 
03:28pm 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Paril
Alternatively, I could DVR it (I was planning on it, anyway) and we could watch it at your leisure. I'm down to 16% on the DVR...
 
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 locakitty
 
03:39pm 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
Finally caught up on your Foster's eh?
 
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 rushomancy
 
03:38pm 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
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I have no idea what you're talking about.
 
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 footnotefetish
 
03:56pm 09/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Why We Cite: Fiery Blimp
I encourage people who are capable of critical thinking and reading between the lines to watch the drivel and propaganda that other people will be accepting at face value. Seriously--watch it so that you can tell the sheep why they're idiots.
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