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Anime Reviews Gallery Fake

“Gallery Fake” is a thirty-seven episode Japanese anime series that focuses on art and art galleries. The series is directed by Akira Nishimori and is produced by “Shogakukan” which has aired on “TV Tokyo” in Japan. It revolves around a small gallery called Gallery Fake owned by a man called …

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American Idol Discrimination

     In our world today, discrimination is something we rarely put up with.  Not many of us would enter a business that stated they only served a certain race, or waste our time supporting a cause that only helps those of a certain age.  America has come a long way …

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Television Government Propaganda

Charter Communications is currently running a public relations campaign that extols the virtues of watching television. Central to the PR campaign is a sixty-second television commercial that features a number of people, from varied demographic backgrounds, who wax poetic about how television has changed their lives for the better. The …

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Anime Reviews Hellsing

“Hellsing” is a thirteen episode Japanese anime that shouldn’t be confused with “Hellsing Ultimate” as they have different storylines. There series very much revolves around the legend of Dracula. In a sense, it looks to be a modern-day version of “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” with the Helsing family. In the series, …

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New Girl

The New Girl tells the story of Jess who is a lovably aloof, socially awkward, and incredibly naïve. After a messy breakup, she moves into a new apartment with three jockish males. Naturally, the men are trying to balance their own lives and relationships while trying to help Jess re-enter …

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Anime Reviews Pokemon

Pocket Monsters or “Pokemon” is a children’s animated series hailing all the way from Japan. I never really grasped the point of the Pokemon series. Me being in my mid-twenties, I can say that Pokemon is a pretty pointless animated series. But then again, it’s drawn in so many kids. …

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TV Show Reviews Death Valley Days

In 1952, Death Valley Days made the transition from radio to television. I really enjoyed seeing the Twenty Mule Team haul the ore through Furnace Creek to the rail head at Barstow. The haunting bugle call reminded me of TAPS and really captured the lonely harshness of the territory. I …

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Humor who Controls the Remote

I Haven’t the Remotest As much as i bend over backwards to avoid hurting others’ feelings or irritating anyone, I have a suspicion that I will make some folks unhappy today, especially women. But, I think it’s time someone stepped up to the plate and told the truth. And, it …

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Review of Dollhouse

Courageous nurses, programmable humans, and a high school glee club comprise the best TV shows of 2009. Each of the television shows in this article deliver a combination of hearty producers, exceptional writers and performers who stretch their acting abilities with every episode. Dollhouse If your wallet was overflowing, would …

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