August 19, 2012
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The Nietzsche Family Circus

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The Nietzsche Family Circus

August 3, 2012
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Ain’t that America

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Ain’t that America

July 27, 2012
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Calvin and Hobbes

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Calvin and Hobbes

July 23, 2012

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July 20, 2012
"If you don’t want to propagate more mass murders, don’t start the story with sirens blaring. Don’t have photographs of the killer. Don’t make this 24-7 coverage. Do everything you can to not make the body-count the lead story, not to make the killer some kind of anti-hero. DO localize the story to the affected community and make it as boring as possible in every other market. Because every time we have intense saturation coverage of a mass murder, we expect to see one or two more within a week."

How to Cover a Mass Murder (via modernprimate)

I meant to reblog this to my personal account, but I’ll let it remain here. Thoughts are with Aurora.

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July 15, 2012
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Enough said

Awesome.

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Enough said

Awesome.

June 30, 2012

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June 26, 2012

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June 19, 2012
nerdology:

jeffrubinjeffrubin:

This week’s Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show guest is Keith Gow, creator of The Tommy Westphall Multiverse.
The Tommy Westphall Multiverse is a chart that connects over 250 TV shows into a single continuity. So, for instance:
In an episode of I Love Lucy spin-off Here’s Lucy, Lucy was held hostage in a bank with Detective Mannix from Mannix.
Mannix also appeared on an episode of Diagnosis Murder to solve a cold case with Dr. Mark Sloan.
There was another episode of Diagnosis Murder that centered around Oceanic Airlines which is, of course, from Lost.
Thus, one could conclude that I Love Lucy takes place in the same universe as Lost (and Diagnosis Murder, and virtually every other show of the past 50 years).
Listen to the episode and learn about how the chart was researched, how long it took to put together, and how the Power Rangers meeting the Ninja Turtles ripped a hole in spacetime.
The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show comes out every Tuesday and is available iTunes, YouTube, and JeffRubinJeffRubinShow.com.
Next week - Episode 50, the one year anniversary show! Pat Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Josh Ruben, and Dan Meth all stop by for something special.

The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show has been killing it lately.

Holy crap, this is awesome.

nerdology:

jeffrubinjeffrubin:

This week’s Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show guest is Keith Gow, creator of The Tommy Westphall Multiverse.

The Tommy Westphall Multiverse is a chart that connects over 250 TV shows into a single continuity. So, for instance:

  • In an episode of I Love Lucy spin-off Here’s Lucy, Lucy was held hostage in a bank with Detective Mannix from Mannix.
  • Mannix also appeared on an episode of Diagnosis Murder to solve a cold case with Dr. Mark Sloan.
  • There was another episode of Diagnosis Murder that centered around Oceanic Airlines which is, of course, from Lost.

Thus, one could conclude that I Love Lucy takes place in the same universe as Lost (and Diagnosis Murder, and virtually every other show of the past 50 years).

Listen to the episode and learn about how the chart was researched, how long it took to put together, and how the Power Rangers meeting the Ninja Turtles ripped a hole in spacetime.

The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show comes out every Tuesday and is available iTunesYouTube, and JeffRubinJeffRubinShow.com.

Next week - Episode 50, the one year anniversary show! Pat Cassels, Sarah Schneider, Josh Ruben, and Dan Meth all stop by for something special.

The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show has been killing it lately.

Holy crap, this is awesome.

June 8, 2012
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Weekend Plans

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Weekend Plans