Thursday, February 28

The Walking Dead Thursday - 'I Ain't A Judas.'

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Season 3 - Episode 11: 'I Ain't A Judas.'

The Walking Dead Friday is upon us ONE DAY EARLY! However, we don't have much to discuss.

So, here's the thing. I don't know if this was done on purpose due to the fact that The Walking Dead was competing directly with the Oscars, but 'I Ain't A Judas' wasn't all that good of an episode. It did its job by establishing more battle lines as Rick and the Governor prepare for war, but apart from Andrea re-introducing herself to the prison crew, we didn't get much else.

So, let's not mince words. Make with the captions, joke monkey!

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(The front row of every Mumford and Sons concert.)

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(Rick gets caught peeping the sexy next-door-neighbor zombie.)

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(Black Friday arrives earlier every year.)

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("Nobody's stealing my pen ever again.")

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("What was I thinking? My eyeball isn't a candle!")

NOTE: I laughed really hard at this, even if nobody else does.

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(Rick is informed that Andrea didn't bring a dish to pass.)

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("Milton, the time to test your loyalty is now. You're the new Andrea; I'll see you at my place in an hour.")

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("Beth, if you don't stop singing Tom Waits I will throw you into the courtyard.")

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(Zombies like two things: Brains and coconuts.)

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(In Atlanta, these are 5-star accommodations.)

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("Milton, we can no longer speak until you learn to move your arms when you walk.")

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("Okay, so you have asthma, you've never fired a gun and you're wearing a women's shirt. Great, we're screwed.")

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("See this? It's a Bible. It's bullshit.")

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("Like this, see? Back-forth-back! Are you listening?")

Sound off in the comments section and enjoy your weekend (I'm taking tomorrow off). More new stuff next week.

Season 1 - Episode 1 Review.
Season 1 - Episode 2 Review.
Season 1 - Episode 3 Review.
Season 1 - Episode 4 Review.
Season 1 - Episode 5 Review.
Season 1 - Episode 6 Review.
Season 3 - Episode 9 Review.
Season 3 - Episode 10 Review. 

Wednesday, February 27

Middle School Spelling Bee Champion Speaking.

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The bad news is that somebody at my office cannot spell.

The good news is that they didn't give up.

Sound off in the comments section, keep reaching for that raibnow, and enjoy your day.

Tuesday, February 26

You're Welcome.

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Confession time.

Each time I'm at the Apple Store or Best Buy, I take increasingly more and more psychotic pictures of myself and set them as wallpaper on every available tablet and computer.

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"You're welcome."

Sound off in the comments section and enjoy your day.

Monday, February 25

Shining Like A Beacon From Coast To Coast.

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A few months ago, the Missus and I went to a museum in the Fox Valley. The majority of the museum was a celebration of local manufacturing and transportation within the Fox Cities, particularly the modernization of such at the turn of the 20th Century.

The Fox Cities experienced a boom at the turn of the century with paper mills, floating logs down the Mississippi River and experiencing an overwhelming amount of prosperity and population growth. However, the widespread clearing of lumber, coupled with the stratospheric growth of the steam engine, allowed for commerce to expand away from waterways, essentially leaving the Fox Cities in a rebuilding period that lasted for decades.

Now, I'm almost positive that all of what I wrote was factually and historically incorrect, as I didn't take the time to look it up and forgot nearly everything I learned at the museum (as is my custom). None of that is important, however. What's important is the above photo.

Located at areas around the museum were these Q & A stations where a question was posed relevant to the exhibit, and you were encouraged to write your answer on a Post-It Note and stick it on the wall. Pretty ingenious way to get people (especially kids) involved in education, if you ask me. They were everywhere, and some of the things that visitors wrote were more interesting than a lot of the exhibits themselves.

The photo above illustrates one such question, and in tune, the answers were thoughtful and intelligent. The most important invention in transportation, depending on what sort of person you are, could be any number of things. Who could deny the automobile, the chief mode of transportation for normal human beings for over 100 years now? Or what about the airplane, allowing us to not only experience the miracle of flight, but also shrink the globe and make travel to nearly anywhere on the planet possible? Or what about the railways, allowing for goods and services to reach every corner of the nation, allowing for families and businesses to thrive regardless of where they were located?

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Or what about dishwasher?

Sound off in the comments section and enjoy your day.