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    • 2 years 4 months ago
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    So, retrojunk, wow, it's been about 5 years since I last posted something. Anyhow, more on that later...I'm here to rant about that show "king of the nerds". Why, OH WHY have tv execs given the thumbs up for such an atroscity? Please, do me a favor fellow retro heads and tell me wether or not this makes your blood boil.:evil:
    It's my goal to sparta kick all hipsters in the throat....
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      Yah and Ancient Aliens on History channel. Oh boy..
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        I remember a time when being a nerd was something you were shunned or had the ever-living shit beaten out of you....
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          Entertainment sure is changing. And the way the audience is breaking apart it seems to me that there are a lot of television executives desperate to find any idea that might connect to "todays youth" - (I really hate that term).

          TV guys are desperate enough to work with ideas that wouldn't pass the smell test just a few years ago. "King of the Nerds" or anything else for that matter.
          The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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            Yeah, I couldn't agree with you more eddstarr..I mean, look at that crap show "buckwild"...makes me wanna stab my eyes out with a sodering iron (thanks christopher walken). Next, there'll be a reality show about hipsters and when that happens, I'll make sure to stick a gun in my mouth...
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              • 2 years 3 months ago
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              Pop culture today definitely celebrates the misfits in life. I don't necessarily think this is a bad thing.
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                As bad as it all seems, its really the lack of escape via the web that makes me angry. Where are all the new online shows that were suppose to revolutionize entertainment?
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                  • 2 years 3 months ago
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                  Online shows? Hmm, for some reason, I can't see that going down all too well...I can only see more so-called "nerds" and or hipsters taking over...
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                    • 1 year 11 months ago
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                    i have satellite(Dish network0 now and used to have cable(twc)..start at channel 2 or 3 and work up the scale and you'll be asking yourself 'who in the hale watches this all this junk!'
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                      • 1 year 10 months ago
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                      It wasn't what you'd think it is, it's mostly a show with likable "nerds" instead of egotistical idiots, doing a Real World-esque reality show.

                      And what's all the hostility towards people unfortunately labelled as hipsters?
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