“Revolution” 10/2/2013 (spoilers): Tom Neville, Undercover Patriot

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Midlife Crisis Crossover!

Tom Neville, Giancarlo Esposito, Revolution, NBCTonight on the new episode of NBC’s Revolution, “There Will Be Blood”, the game is afoot for our hero, Tom Neville. The alleged President of the United States of America has returned to the mainland from his/her getaway in Guantanamo Bay and set up camp in Savannah, but his/her representatives are presenting themselves as the people’s rescuers through the use of big fat lies. Our hero knows the truth, believes nuclear madman Randall Flagg was working for them, and can second-guess their devious plan from a mile away: “Create the problem. Be the solution.” And Neville hates it when anyone lies but him.

Neville naturally has his own plan. This week is Phase One, which proceeds like clockwork in five easy steps:

1. Recruit at least one follower besides his own son.

2. Make sure said follower is disposable and not prone to thinking ahead.

3. Give the follower…

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Community Pool

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The Community Pool is for those of you looking for input, whether on post ideas, writing, blog design and layout, or anything else. If you have a post, page, or idea you want to bounce off someone, leave a comment. Your fellow bloggers can then click through and offer input either on your site, or in the comments here (feel free to indicate which you’d prefer).

Read on for the ground rules and to leave a comment . . .

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Siskel & Ricky Jay and Movie Magic

Midlife Crisis Crossover!

Indianapolis has exactly (1) one art-film theater, which leavens its offerings with a mixture of big studio fare presumably for the sake of ticket sales, thus minimizing the number of small films they can truly show during any given week. It doesn’t help that this theater and our house are on opposite ends of town. It’s my understanding other, larger cities have more options for moviegoers who yearn for something besides sequels, explosions, and big budgets. The advent of Video on Demand has charitably broadened our access to new limited-release fare, but there’s something I like about seeing films in their natural habitat.

This weekend my wife and I journeyed once again to Chicago via reasonably priced group tour. While our fellow passengers availed themselves of the Magnificent Mile’s upscale merchandise or gallivanted around Lake Michigan on water taxis, she and I paid our first visit to the Gene Siskel…

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Traffic Dos and Don’ts: A Checklist

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One of the main reasons bloggers stop blogging is lack of traffic: at some point, they get tired of being the proverbial tree in the forest, making sounds nobody hears.

We’re here to help. No list of advice can guarantee your blog’s success, but it’s important to be aware of the most critical elements at play. Five dos, five don’ts: give them a try.


  1. Write regularly. Producing fresh content on a regular basis is essential. First, it makes your blog more appealing to search engines, which means new readers are more likely to find you. Just as important, it creates a sense of loyalty among the readers you already have, who know you won’t be stranding them for weeks at a time.
  2. Write well. What makes a post engaging, moving, or entertaining is clearly a matter of opinion. What’s not a matter of opinion? Correct spelling…

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The Year Without Pants: An interview with author Scott Berkun

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Scott Berkun is the author of four previous books and a sought-after speaker. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The Guardian, Wired magazine, National Public Radio, and The Huffington Post. From 2010 to 2012 Scott led Team Social at Automattic. The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the future of work recounts his experiences and reflections on leading a distributed team at Automattic. We recently got the chance to ask Scott a few questions about the book and his time at Automattic.

Give us a little insight into the title of the book, The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the future of work. What does being pantsless, or pants-free have to do with the future of work?
Scott Berkun: A recent Gallup Poll showed 71% of workers…

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1 wite man gets fcukd all wite man com & rescue

1 black man gets fcukd 100’s of black men com & rescue

1 brown ban gets fcukd, he fcuks all othr brown men; 😛


Once ther ws a pro who ha’ falln in lov wid a guy; knowin dis her fathr send da lovr 2 prison.

(The story, wait for it starts 4m here…………)

In da cel der is anothr guy already, he ‘as ben der ‘caus; whean h’ laughs a great aroma coms 4m his mouth; so da kin’ coms 2 know & cals him 2 perfomo dis specialo de arto; but he says der ha’ 2 natu’al situation, so da king prrplxd waits just 2 c notin hapns     i mean abuslutly notin; so da maan gets jai’ 4 life.

   Tehn him is me’ by his gf;  she says u r nat my bf 4 dis world, but for all da 7 worlds.  hearin dis d attender who had just lost his bycycle 7 wa’ despratly searchin 4 it says ” if in any of those worl’s u fin’ my bycycle please te’ me” 



MORLE : it is imposibl 2 start an electronic equipment without coorption : ?