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Ok, I've watched Zoo for you so now you don't have to.

Didn't care for it.....premise acceptable, but the acting? The actors/actresses just do 't make it for me....just don't care for it. Anyone else?

Holy cow, I'm over 10,000 postings......

where did the time go. Been here since June 4, 2004. thanks DU.

Am getting a tad tired of all the talking heads wearing glasses now......

Oprah wears different ones to match what she's wearing, and now seeing Dan Patrick wearing them.....is it just me?

Humans......on AMC Sundays.....anyone??

http://www.amc.com/shows/humans I'm going to give it a go. I really enjoyed I Robot and am hoping a little like this movie and I'll be very happy.

anyone see the movie "DOPE"......

Loved it. 1 - 5????????? An 8, A ducking 8!!!!!!! and there is NO smilie face or any other do dod that can explains it. It was IT. A great movie. Now let's see who'll respond ok?????

Hello???? Any football fans here? Now look at this headline......

Broncos exec denies report of failed Peyton Manning trade to Texans. HELLO???? I'll get the article unless you know, if someone else has posted it already..... 😊😊😊😊😊❤️❤️❤️

Since when did tenure become a liberal icon??

Scott Walker takes on another liberal icon: tenured professors.....

First, Gov. Scott Walker defeated public-sector labor unions. Then, he declawed their private-sector counterparts. Now, just weeks before his expected entry into the presidential race, the Wisconsin Republican is staring down another conservative target: college professors.

The trifecta could cement Walker’s reputation among conservative Republican primary voters as a bold leader willing to battle entrenched interests of the left in the name of reform.

But faculty at the state’s universities — backed by national higher education groups — say he is risking the quality and prestige of one of the country’s leading state universities to fuel his presidential ambitions.

The clash of values echoes many that have erupted since Walker took office after the 2010 election. Loud, polarizing debates have punctuated the Walker years. The attention they received has catapulted him into the front ranks of those seeking the GOP presidential nomination. His campaign, expected to formally launch next month, is largely built around his image as a fighter for conservative causes who has won key battles.

In this small city, the University of Wisconsin’s flagship campus, long seen as a liberal bastion, sits less than a mile from the state Capitol, and the lines between the conservative governor and his liberal opponents are sharply drawn.

Professors fume at what they regard as a multi-pronged attack. Walker’s allies say he and the Republican-majority Legislature are carrying out a mandate for reform on behalf of beleaguered taxpayers.


When did Faux Sports start carrying golf??

Was looking all over for the U S Open that starts on Thursday, and found the first two days of coverage are on the Faux sports channel. D*mn...... When did that happen???

“What was the point?” asked Motley, 23, a grocery store clerk. “We made history, but,

I don't see any change.


I know the Washington Post...but this could be a real problem......not voting I mean. Would hate the outcome of the election if that were to happen. D*mn.

Women's USA soccer.......on now....

Fox sports channel. Tied 1 - 1. against Australia.
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