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Has anyone noticed that the fear of the walking dead isn't what the writers promised? I do believe that the virus hit and spread across the entire nation before anyone new what was going on. I want to know where the virus started and who was patient zero. So much time passes between seasons you start to forget what was happening at the end of last season.
I think back to Romero's first Night of the Living Dead and knowing it cost less than a half a million dollars to make and see what his creation has blossomed into and he doesn't get one dime for what was an original idea.
Does anyone think about how possessed we have become with what everyone calls the zombie apocalypse and no where is the term zombie used in any of the TV shows or movies all except for War World Z.
The walking Dead has been on since halloween 2010 and here is is 6 years later and there are more of our obsession with the walking dead and we still use the term zombie.
I just have a problem with how far they can take this story. Sooner or later every book or graphic novel has to come to and end. It would be a little interesting if a real show and not animated like the Simpsons stayed on for more than 25 years. Watch as the characters age and new characters are introduced into the show. Rick walking around with a beard like Hershel and just as old. And babies born and grow with the show as they learn their ABC's in how to take down a walker. Maybe Carol could write a text book on the history of and the biology of walker
and a school built and named after Carol.
I just want to know how it started and how it escaped out of some type of lab and knowing that it was humans that actually created this apocalypse of the end of humanity to a bunch of walkers. They still haven't shown just how long a zombie could last if it didn't have access
to food and that their bodies would eventually rot and the walking dead
would finally just die off.
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Agent Keen is the one thread that keeps the viewer coming back to find out why Reddington has such a deep concern for this one character. If she leaves the show we will never know what that connection is. I believe that her father and mother were sleeper russian agents that went dark after the fall of the USSR. The sudden introduction of her Grandfather makes me believe that Red was at one time a friend to both of her parents and what happened to them is why he has such a concern for her character.      Keen will be back just as soon as she can find a nanny.
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I recently had the misfortune  to get caught up on Facebook. I had forgotten that everyone one Facebook are family even though they live a thousand miles apart and not once in their lives will they ever have a thousand friends. I am sorry I ever thought that cesspool was such a good idea. I here by swear never to visit that hole in space that has made many people who don't care billionaires. 
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+Shep 420 See if that includes growing to sell. It will take funding to pay the bills. I do not want to get rich but I would like to offer those who couldn't grow their own to use a coop idea to grow more than just six at a time.
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I remember when Star Trek first came on TV. It was past my bed time and considered an adult show. Lost in Space, and Batman and Robin, were the shows for children. But come 9:00 PM, it was time for the kiddies to go to bed. I so wanted to stay up and watch Star Trek. I did get to see the summer reruns. I have COPD,. My mother died from complications that included COPD and Asthma .My father died from lung cancer he smoked for almost his entire adult life, He died just over one year after my mother. And watching him die after seeing how much he loved his life, I never want to ever have to do that again. When they talk about the quality versus quantity of life, there is no argument if you have watched someone you loved just shrivel up and die.. I started smoking cigarettes when I was just twelve. By the time I was in the eighth grade I was smoking a pack of Kools a day. When I reached the tenth grade I lost the taste for menthol cigarettes. I started smoking Marlboro reds. I smoked at least a pack a day. After I graduated High School, I switched to Marlboro Lights. Like that really made any difference. I smoked for thirty years. I finally quit when I hit 
in my early forties. I remember the commercials, when it was decided that smoking was bad for your health. They would say things like every year you don't smoke is like getting back to the point where it was as if you had never smoked. What a piece of shit that was. It has been thirty years and I still get the urge to smoke if I smell someone smoking near me. I remember how Spock's voice sounded in the new movies where the crew was fresh out of the academy. How horse it was when he spoke, it was like it took effort to just say a few lines.
Well, Leonard, here's to a fellow trekkie. I hope that may you live long and prosper. Well that makes Spock, Bones, Scottie, and nurse Chapel. That leaves James, Uhuru, Sulu, and Chekov. For a show that started out as just a two year mission, it went along way and even today it still has trekkies that love to watch the crew of the 1704 Enterprise warping off into the unknown. It was the 1704 wasn't it. I don't much feel like Googling up the facts of the first number of the Enterprise. It boggles the mind to think of all of the spin offs from a two year show. What was the name of the creator of Star trek? It was Gene something, well I will just leave now and once again, live long and prosper.
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According to a lot of historians of the period, he not only owned slaves, but was also a breeder of slaves and sold off the young females and treated his slaves worse than most slave owners of the time. It isn't racism that defines slavery it is greed. If you have someone that will work for you and you don't have to pay him then you make money from someone else's work. 

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How have we existed for more than sixty thousand years, and almost
ten of those are supposed to have been of a civilized people, and even now when we can go to the moon, transplant organs, split an atom,
but still can only solve our problems with war? I know that the proof of Descartes simple reasoning that a person that thinks is real. But even
now that proof is only real for the individual. I can't prove that I am real to you and vice versa. Maybe there is some omnipotent being that pulls the strings and that we really have no control over what we do or say.
Nah! I think were just a bunch of assholes.
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I have followed the Google + community for about a year. I know that most like Google so as not to be seen as a face book person. I do know that there are basically two types of people, the hallmark type and the gun totting type. I regret that there is so much anger in the things that most posts have to say. I also hate to see the people on face book that think their ever moment in life is worth someones notice. The thing that
I really can't understand, is the inability for any of us to at least say that there is something wrong with this world and we should do something about it. So much for what I want. I guess that is the feeling that most people have when it comes to trying to make a point. But it is up to us as individuals to make up our own minds and not have to leave our fate to someone else. At least that is what I
believe. " I think, therefore I am ", I wonder if Descartes really understood exactly how true that simple statement was? And is.
We are individuals. We will always be individuals. We come into this world alone, and we will leave it the same way. It is how the world will be, when we leave it for the next generation, that is most important. Not what the world will do for us but what we should do for this world that has given us life. Don't you feel like we owe it
something in return? It has after all, kept us alive. It is the source of everything that we will know or ever know. This planet deserves
more than we give it. Compared to what we take from it. Well, I think I will take my ball and go home. I don't have any secret word or quote
that I could leave you with. But I can say try to be better than you are
and try to see something better in others than you do. And try to make this year a better one than the last one. Goodbye, and may the sun shine on you when you are cold. And may the rain fall one you
when you are thirsty. And drink of all the knowledge that you can,
that is what is there for.
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8 was season three and 9 was season two? I think that those were the two I got wrong.
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The truth is that before the revolution England sent indentured servants to the colonies to work just like slaves. They were to gain their freedom after seven years, but often their term of indentured servitude was increased. These servants were men, women, and children.Quite a few Irish were bonded into service as English soldiers.These servants worked right along with the slaves in colonial America.  

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Can some one please explain to me why would a satellite tv service
offer on demand using an internet service that is a satellite internet service? It seems like just another way to take your money. If I had access to cable internet I would use cable tv. So, what the fk is the deal
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Has anyone noticed the recent disposition of the posts during the holidays? I guess it is real about how most people are either depressed, or angry, about how they see their lives. I wonder why? Did we not listen to our parents while growing up? Did we grow up in a hostile environment? Is our lives so depressing that all we have is the ability to post angry depressing positions about the world we live in?
You are aware, that the world that we live in, is entirely of our own making. I don't care what excuses we may make, if you have the ability to post on the internet, on a broadband internet service. Our lives aren't that bad. We could be digging for diamonds in central
Africa, with no pay and very little food. Basically a slave.
 Slavery is as great a problem today as it ever has been. We are all
slaves to the lives we live. We sit on our couches, watching all
manner of sportsmen, kicking, running, punching, racing, fighting.
Is this a way to release the anger we have pent up from day to day?
And is the holidays just a reminder as to how bad our lives really are.
    Happy New Year! I for one don't actually like to make the passing of another year as a holiday. It, after all, is just going to be a replica
of last year. The only difference is that your body is a year older.
              Ah fuck it!
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