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178 days ago

Right wing propaganda. Distribution of information has been completely commoditized. All news media as a result is now opinion and entertainment. That in part is what propelled Trump's rise.

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179 days ago

Utter crap.

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179 days ago

It's good considering it is funded mostly by viewers. Sometimes they show really excellent documentaries, like Ken Burns. I think it has a little less quality than before, and now they have a few commercials. Still better than most network or cable channels, though.

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181 days ago

It was aliens.

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183 days ago

Sadly, at least for modern movie making and thanks to cable TVs incessant commercials, this channel is the main reason I still have cable. The old movies,when they're good ones, and the lack of commercials make it an excellent go-to channel. 90 % of the other ones are shit.

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183 days ago

Once in awhile they actually show something intelligent. Most of the time, if I tune in, I'm going : "History ?!? " "Ya gotta be kidding"

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184 days ago

After being part of his studio audience last night I have a whole different outlook on this guy. I thought he was a goofball most known for messing up the winner of a beauty pageant. But he's quite successful and wise, and he shares his messages not only with his viewers but with his audience. Living in Los Angeles I have attended a few of these things, most recently being Jimmy Kimmel and James Corden. They were both fine but spend most of the time prepping, being really on the ball. Particularly Corden; Kimmel was a little more chill and engaged with the audience. But Steve Harvey was on a whole other level. He talked with the audience on all commercial breaks, asked questions...the cameras weren't rolling. At the end of the show he talked with us for a half hour - again, no cameras, this was just for the 100 or so people in the audience. It was 7:30pm on a Friday, I'm sure he had better places to be than to hang out at work talking with some fans, sure, but folks who came to this event for free. He talked about how we should realize what worked for him, which is to set our minds to something and go after it. He says we need to ask God for bigger things. Maybe it was preachy and not everyone's cup of tea, and I get that. But he spoke to me and my wife. We walked away motivated and that is going to stick with me. One woman, on the way out, said "I didn't even get a damn t-shirt". Well, a t-shirt is maybe worth $20 on a good day. This guy's time that he gave us without payment, well based on his salary the gift of his time was worth thousands.

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1305 days ago

Absolutely love this!

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1313 days ago

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1518 days ago

3.26 Stars Has its moments, but is under-whelming often enough to consider giving it my full attention a risk. But, last night something hijacked my attention and I watched the show til the end. And that one thing got all the judges' attention, as well. Ask Stark... what happened kept passing through my memory and I laughed, off and on, for a good hour.

The competition: Two sets of high profile brothers. Sluggers, who owned multiple restaurants and had made appearances on Iron Chef America. One of the brothers took Bobby Flay down on Iron Chef, so they were definitely NOT your run of the mill home cooks.

The Main Course basket: Steak, Cognac, Green Beans and (of course) Cinnamon Buns.

One of the brothers had his steak, cognac and beans going and, with the clock bearing down on him, he realized that he still had to deal with the cinnamon buns. So, he stood there, thinking of what he could do to re-purpose the odd ball item. He looks around and sees the puddle of blood that was left behind in the pan from the steak. He looks back at the cinnamon bun. I can swear that I actually saw the light bulb over his head. He grabs the pan and brings it over to the bun. The camera pans back to the judges, who go slack-jawed in horror, as if they were watching "Springtime for Hitler". The chef froze for a moment, as if he was waiting for the worm hole to the Bizzaro World of the Culinary Institute of Satan to open and, when it did, he drizzled the blood into the cinnamon bun and very matter-of-factly, proclaimed:

"This aught to make it more savory!"

When the dishes were placed in front the the judges, the reactions were priceless.

The first judge sat back, threw his arm over the back of the chair and stated, firmly, "I'm not eating that!"

The second judge flapped his napkin open and lowered it over his plate, declaring the victim deceased.

The third judge's chair was empty.

The camera returns to the chef. Lost for words, he said, with full confidence, "Maybe I should have saved that for the dessert round."

(For a more, uh, accurate version of this, it's Season 16, Episode 15)

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